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Improving reading speed was one of the advantages
offered by Mrs. Coombs, reading teacher. Left to right:
Wendy Jackman, John Tirpack, Bob Fisher, Jeff Conn,
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Richard C. Kremkow: A.B., Michigan
State Universityp M.A., Eastern Michigan.
Speech Correction. Lucile Combs: B.S.,
Wayne State University. Wayne County
Health Department, Nurse. John C.
Schulz: B.S., Eastern Michigan. Special
Education. Helen Coombs: B.S., M.E.,
Wayne State University. Reading.
Mrs. Bentley assists Linda Kelley in planning a three
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Counselors provide diverse services for students of a
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John R. Webber: B.S., Wayne State University, M.A., University of Michigan.
Counselor. Research Committee, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Dorothy Bentley:
A.B., Albion, M.A., University of Michigan. Counselor. Remembrance Fund Chair-
man, Social Committee. Gunhild E. Tolik: A.B., University of Vermont, M.A.,
Michigan State University. Counselor. American Field Service School Coordi-
nator, LEA Scholarship Committee. Aram Vosgerchion: B.A., M.Ed., Wayne
State University. Counselor. Assistant Junior Class Sponsor. lrene Moore: B.E.,
Wisconsin State College, M.A., University of Michigan. Counselor. Assistant
Junior Class Sponsor. Ken D. Barnhillz B.S., Western Michigan, M.A., Michigan
State University. Counselor.
Mr. Vosgerchian, Mr. Barnhill, Mrs. Shadford, Mr. Webber, and Mrs. Talik
confer at one of the many meetings held by the counselors.
Services oFfered by the counseling depart-
ment improve the adiustment of individual
students and help them find eFFective ways
of solving every-day problems. Students find
that personal interviews with counselors help
them in planning their educational and vo-
cational goals wisely, in selecting the high
school curriculum which most adequately
paves the way toward these goals, and in
solving personal problems,
Providing information on further education-
in colleges, universities, business schools,
armed forces-applications and scholarships
is another facet of the counselors' programs.
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Dr. Friedrichs found time during his busy daily schedules to discuss
individual needs with his faculty and students. With Mrs. Kyle
above, he concerns himself with library problems. Below, he listens
as Superintendent Yates points out a proposed change to improve
Bentley's facilities. Between them is Board of Education member
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Headlining administrative news this year was
the appointment of Dr. Donald Friedrichs as
principal. Dr. Friedrichs came from New York
state to ioin the Bentley family.
He has been assisted by Mr. David D.
Amerman and Mr. Ray Olson, as assistant
principals, and by Mr. Fred Syerson as ad-
ministrative assistant in charge of attendance.
Mr. Arthur Rogers, on a full-year assignment
of in-service training, also provided lots of
Decentralized administrative offices handled
the usual clerical activities along with direc-
tion of student and faculty programs.
OFFICE PERSONNEL, left to right, below:
Flora Brayton, secretary to Mr. Syerson,
attendance. Jean Craigie, sceretary to coun-
selors. Jean Heaviland, secretary to Mr.
Olson, bookstore, switchboard. Helga C.
Nuquist, bookkeeper. Carrie Pollock, secre-
tary to Dr. Friedrichs. Mariorie Robinson,
general secretary, office manager. Virginia
R. Sweeney, secretary to Mr. Amerman.
Missing is Eva Ruckstahl. secretary in Mr.
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