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Page 87 text:
BOOK CLUB. Left to right, front row: E. La Rue, S.
Hodges, Mrs. Kyle, N. Hanes. Second row: J. Engle,
B. Johnson, L. Rader, B. Hecht, J. Zemboy, L. Bernard.
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Nancy Hanes and Jim Zemboy enioyed exchanging ideas
about books. Jim worked hard to get the Book Club
Y-Teens were newcomers to BentIey's organizations
this year. Their program included craft sessions, dis-
cussion groups, a theater party and a splash party.
Fund-raising activities comprised fudge and bake
sales, rummage sales and a dance.
Membership in this group is open to every girl in school
who believes in, and will work to realize the purpose
of YWCA in her life, in her group, community, nation
Mrs. Beauchamp meets with her Y-Teen girls frequently
after school to plan their numerous activities.
Y-TEENS. Left to right, front row: Mrs. Beauchamp,
L. Halstead, president, L. Hawbeckser, vice president,
R. Rousakis, secretary, G. Bergen, treasurer, L. Staples.
Second row: M. Abel, J. Cousins, L. Camron, T. Byk,
J. Benson, E. Zikmund.
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LIBRARIANS. Left to right, front row: B. Sihler, E.
Middlewood, R. Bates, A. Richardson, N. Cossin, secre-
tary, E. McLeod, treasurer, J. Engle, vice-president,
B. Moore, president, P. Archer, D. O'Dell, B. Hatcker,
N. Newstead. Second row: T. Berry, D. Livingway,
D. Smolar, J. Bobbish, M. Payer, Y. Blout, J. Dillon, P.
Ringler, L. Heikkuri, V. Weeks. Third row: Mrs. R.
Hilbert, E. Biggs, D. Reed, H. Humpert, 5. Hodges, J.
Dobson, M. Dembowski, L. Weiss, M. Pierson, C. Degen-
hordt, Mrs. Kyle.
Jim Engle lhelowl, student librarian, learns to check
student passes and group passes from study halls and
Heart of the school for many students is the attractive
library presided over by Mrs. Hilbert and Mrs. Kyle,
but it is a particularly familiar place to the student
librarians who learn by doing every phase of library
Something new has been added this year: a Book
Club, sponsored by Mrs. Kyle. Students interested in
books and reading meet twice each month to discuss
the ideas tumbling around in their heads as a result
of their reading proiects.
Bentleyites of these two groups find no time for bore-
Pocahontas lAmy Richardsonl sympathized
with the plight of Captain John Smith lJim
Englel, chained to a tree lJohn Kaiserl by
his captors. Student librarians dramatized
their symbolic interpretation of the old, old
story during Book Week.
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MASQUE AND MIKE. Left to right, fron! row: Mr.
Lucchetti, J. VanDenBosch, S. Lamb, W. Armour, presi-
dent, G. Galla, vice presideni, J. Ericson, secreiaryg
A, Herman, treasurer, H. Fiizgerald, D. Arieski. Second
row: G. Bookout, A. Lynch, D. Johns, A. Epley, M. E.
Wilkinson, K. Stringer, A. Yock, L. Herman, A. Madden,
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