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Page 33 text:
Jlved "Christopher Bean" mystery
Hypocritical Mr, Hag-
gett lBill Armourl talks
nobly to his family
about his great love of
art lwhich he really
hatesl, all the while he
is scheming to sell the
for a tidy fortune.
Backstage scenes are interesting too! left:
Mrs. Lederman helps to check the make-up
which Judy Campbell and Connie Paul
labovel apply to Dick Arieski. Right: Sandy
Viau prompts while Janet Johnson waits.
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Mr. and Mrs. Haggett lSharon Lamb and Bill Armourl find their
normal problems multiplied lrightl when the paintings of an ex-
roomer suddenly come into the limelight. Below, Liz Watchko and
Ed Newlin were amorous- but it was all part of the play.
What happened to those paintings of old
Chris Bean? This was the question the audience
who viewed "The Late Christopher Bean"
were asking themselves as the senior class
presented one of the most enioyable plays
ever staged at Bentley.
The paintings that the deceased Mr. Bean
had given to Doctor Haggett before he died
turned out to be valuable and the Doctor
soon became engaged in a battle of wits
between an art enthusiast and a pair of
swindlers. His eftorts to retain the pictures
prove in vain, however, as the Haggetts'
maid is revealed as Chris's widow and the
real owner of the paintings.
Play bits: Student Director Karen Frigon and Sharon Lamb relax
and discuss "Bean" scenes: Abby lMary Ellen Wilkinsonl the very
important farnily maidp the Haggetts' problems with their daughters
romance. Mr. Haggett's determination to sell the pictures
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First row: Marie Abel. Jean Adamson: Pep Club lp FNC l, 2 lPres.l
Spanish Award 25 Class Play 25 FTA 35 Pioneer 35 Homecoming 35 Prom 3
Class Council 3. Second row: Bruce Alexander. Ruth Allen: Hall Monitor l
Third row: George Allington. Lesley Anders: Pep Club lp GAA lp Junior
Historical Society l lTreas.l5 Modern Dance lp Chorus l5Operetta li Exchange
Assembly li Whisper-Echo lp Livonion l, 25 Exchange Student lGermanyl 25
Sadie Hawkins5 Prom 25 Class Play 25 Pioneer 2, 3 lEditor-in-chiefl5 Student
Council 3 lExecutive Councill5 All-school Letter. Fourth row: Walt Andersen:
Band l, 2, 35 Dance Band 'l, 2, 3 lManagerl5 Chorus 3. Lynne Ankelein:
Chorus l5 Operctta l5 Class Council lp FTA 2, 3.
Fifth row: John Anstensen: Rifle Club li Chorus lp Hall Monitor l. Susan
Anthony: Hall Monitor lp FNC l, 25 Civil Defense l, 25 Co-op 3. Joe Anton-
azzo: Class Council l lPres.l5 Baseball l, 2, 35 Varsity Club l, 2, 35 Football
2, 3. Sharon Archbold: Hall Monitor l, 2.
Sixth row: Richard Arieski: Class Play 2, 35 Debate 3. Bill Armour: Boys
State 25 Class Play 2, 35 Masque and Mike 3 lPres.l5 Pioneer 35 Cross Country
35 NMSQT Finalist. Andre Aubert. Diane Ayvazian.
Seventh row: Stan Baleczak: Track 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3.
Theresa Baltes: Chorus lp FTA 2, 3. Barbara Bundy: Student Council ly Pep
Club l, 2, 35 Cheerleader l, 2, 35 FTA 2, 35 Class Council 2, 3 lTreas.l5 All-
school Letter. Neil Banyas: Co-op 3.
Eighth row: Claudine Basham. Ralph Bauman: Audio-Visual 3. Les Baxter:
Operetta l5 Chorus l, 2, 3 lPres.l5 Wrestling 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3. Gail
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