Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

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  • Left to Right: unknown, unknown,  Mildred Bennett, Paul Bennett, unknown, unknown.

    A photo from Paul Bennett's Retirement party, 1957.

    Paul Bennett was a teacher, coach, and athletic director for Howell Public Schools, Howell, Michigan.

    Mr. Bennett was born 1897 in New Jersey, and died in Howell, Livingston, Michigan in 1969.   He married Mildred Guestschow in 1926.

    Following his retirement in 1957, Mr. Bennett was instrumental in the formation of the Community Recreation Program, and the Howell Junior Baseball Program.  He was also the Director for Howell Recreation.  In 1965, he received the Howell "Citizen of the Year" award.

    The location of the retirement party is unknown.

  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0075_u.jpg

    This is a photo of a Memorial written by Duane Zemper.


    Paul Bennett was a teacher, coach, and athletic director for Howell Public Schools, Howell, Michigan.

    Mr. Bennett was born 1897 in New Jersey, and died in Howell, Livingston, Michigan in 1969.   He married Mildred Guestschow in 1926.

    Following his retirement in 1957, Mr. Bennett was instrumental in the formation of the Community Recreation Program, and the Howell Junior Baseball Program.  He was also the Director for Howell Recreation.  In 1965, he received the Howell "Citizen of the Year" award.


  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0071_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of Paul Bennett and his brothers.

    Paul Bennett was a coach, teacher and Athletic Director at Howell Public Schools for over 25 years.

    Names of the brothers and date of photo is unknown.

    Paul Bennett stands at far left.
  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0049_u.jpg

    A portrait of Paul Bennett, Howell Public Schools.


    Paul Bennett was a teacher, coach, and athletic director for Howell Public Schools, Howell, Michigan.

    Mr. Bennett was born 1897 in New Jersey, and died in Howell, Livingston, Michigan in 1969.   He married Mildred Guestschow in 1926.

    Following his retirement in 1957, Mr. Bennett was instrumental in the formation of the Community Recreation Program, and the Howell Junior Baseball Program.  He was also the Director for Howell Recreation.  In 1965, he received the Howell "Citizen of the Year" award.

    The exact date of this portrait is unknown.

  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0047_u.jpg

    Paul Bennett was a teacher, coach, and athletic director for Howell Public Schools, Howell, Michigan.

    Mr. Bennett was born 1897 in New Jersey, and died in Howell, Livingston, Michigan in 1969. He married Mildred Guestschow in 1926.

    Following his retirement in 1957, Mr. Bennett was instrumental in the formation of the Community Recreation Program, and the Howell Junior Baseball Program. He was also the Director for Howell Recreation.

    In 1965, he received the Howell "Citizen of the Year" award.

    The exact date of this portrait is unknown; baby: unknown.
  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0046_u.jpg

    Labeled, "after college";  unknown female and Paul Bennett.

    Paul Bennett was a teacher, coach, and athletic director for Howell Public Schools, Howell, Michigan.

    Mr. Bennett was born 1897 in New Jersey, and died in Howell, Livingston, Michigan in 1969.   He married Mildred Guestschow in 1926.

    Following his retirement in 1957, Mr. Bennett was instrumental in the formation of the Community Recreation Program, and the Howell Junior Baseball Program.  He was also the Director for Howell Recreation.  In 1965, he received the Howell "Citizen of the Year" award.

    The exact date of this portrait is unknown.
  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0033_u.jpg

    This is a photograph of Mildred Bennett and family.  The date of photo and occasion is unknown.  Mildred Bennett was the wife of longtime Howell Public Schools Athletic Director and Coach Paul Bennett.

    Pictured standing left to right: Mildred Bennett, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown.

    Seated left to right: unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown.
  • HCDL-ngp-ZNB002-02-0025_u.jpg

    This is a portrait of Carmen Kypke, taken by Duane Zemper in 1960.  The photo is labeled "Held 1947 Pole Vault record, 11'6' for 20 years".

    An article in the Lansing State Journal dated May 18, 1951 described Carmen Krypke of Howell as leader in the class of pole vaulters in the Lansing area.    The Livingston County Press on May 23, 1951 reported that Carmen Kypke cleared the pole vault bar at 11 feet, 4 3/4 inches to establish a record for the Howell High School and to set a record for Wines Field in Ann Arbor.  His winning vault broke the field meet record by two inches.

    Carmen Kypke was born in 1933 in Chicago, Illinois.  After graduating from Howell High School in 1952, he served in the U.S. Navy from 1952 to 1956.  Mr. Kypke died in Montgomery, Alabama in 1987.

    Location: unknown
  • HCDL-ngp-S002-02-0025_u.jpg

    A photo of a Howell elementary school, Northwest Elementary School, Howell Public Schools, Howell, Michigan,  addition to building - 11-1961.

    Northwest Elementary School was located at 1233 Bower Street, Howell, Michigan.
  • HCDL-ngp-S002-02-0024_u.jpg

    A photo of the new Howell elementary school - 0911-1955. Southwest Elementary School, Howell Public Schools.

    Southwest Elementary Schools was located at 915 Gay Street, Howell, Michigan.
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