Bennington Catholic High School - Monument Yearbook (Bennington, VT)

 - Class of 1960

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Pastor, Sacred Heart Parish PEACE I THE OFT A D DEDICATION F llvv. Vinrvnt J. Spinvlli, CSC. We-. the- 1-lass of lfifrtl. 'lt-flit-mv this yvarlmok to the lic-vt-i'mul Vinwnt J. Spinvlli. CSC., assistant principal and fliwiplinarian. llis l'UIlil'llDllll4lllS In tht- spiritual. tht- vfllivatioiial, and the stuflcnt life of Bennington Catholic High S4-lnml mln-st-l'wm1l' trilvutf-. l'lillllt'l' Spina-lli has iimiiziiriwl steadfast in his interest in our class. He has worked with us :xml fm' us as ws- suughl moral anml intvllt-vtiial ac-lnic-vc-nwnts. As a lf'ilK'lll'I' hc has inihucd ns with an international interest. As a :list-iplinariun lu- has iniprt-sax-tl upon us lhosv Christian principles which luring ojrclcr and pcacc. As a priest he has sliowc-rt-rl us with that Clirist-lilw juativc anfl 1-harity which have cnflearc-rl him to all. Our love' and gratitude will not waist- at graclllatiun. lint will rt-main as an imlvlilvlv llliltli. A lruly gn-at prim-sl. you haw variivtl a high plum- in our hearts and will nvver bc forgotten. May God be with you always. 8 I HOLY SHADOW THAT VIRTUE CASTS H W sm THROUGH LEADERSHIP An increase in knowledge, and awareness of the blessings of peace, and the acceptance of responsibility -these are the qualities our faculty have labored to develop in us. For four years they have worked patiently and faith- fully to accomplish their sacred duty given to them by God. They have prepared us for our entrance into a World which rebels against brotherhood and scorns the peacemaker. Their unceasing efforts have brought us the realization that all thought and all action re- volve around the Author and Lover of peace. They have given us the great gift of an education and, even more, a Catholic education. Eor all this we thank them. We leave their presence, deeply indebted to them, for their sacrifice and devo- tion. We pray God will bless them and reward them greatly. i...-sis-..,, llrzuluzxte Slll4ll1"1 in Englisllg Catholic THEY ERVE GOD WELL SISTER .IANE FRANCES, 5.5.1. Algclnru ll: Pluysim-sg Trigonometry, Geometry fIoIlm-go of Sl. Hose: li.A. in Mutlieniuties and Spanish: University of Havana, Culm: Spanish, Lori-llo ll:-igllls College, Denver, Coloradog Mam- llullumiille- College of the Sacred Heart: Musicg Univ:-rsity uf Vermont: cifilfllllllff studies in lxlLllllk'l'Illllll'!4 and Pllysies ICICVICRENII IJUNALIJ WllIl'l'I,E Il,A,, Pliilosopliy, Nulrm- Dunn' University, IKEVEREND VINCENT J. SPINELLI, C.S.C. Sociology, Modern History, American History, Athletic Direetorg llrc-feet of Discipline University of Miami, Holy Cross College, Washington, REVICREND GERARD l'rin4'ipul N. ,lolnfs SPIIllHill'yZ lNl.A. in ClllllilIlI'C SISTER MARY MONICA. S.S..l. Fl4I'l'll'l1 l. ll. Ill: LlllI'LlI'lilll St. Micl1ael's College: B.A. in Edu- cuiliong College of St. Rose: Grad- uate studies in Education D.C. ' , -1.-.q. Xing.-n7 . ,. ,, A , , V V -,M ,,mWs,4srg 2-.nsitifzzz-Wfem.a,f4:24fi14maiJyl fme-twsswas2-rwess,211c:114-aeffeni.-swageas VH0 4 e :: : o o y e y S M. BRENNAN Sociology: Religion I B.A. in Philosophy MISS BEVERLY PETRELIS Art: Home Economics: Mechanical Drawing: Hot Lunch Program New England Art School REVEREND LEO W GORMAN C S C Latin I, II, III: Religion II Holy Cross Semlnary, University of North Dakota: B.A, in Philosophy: Catholic University: Doctor of Sacred Theology: M.A. in Classics SISTER MARY ELIZABETH, S.S.,I. Religion III: English Ig Spanish I: Cate- chetics ' Trinity College: B.S. in Secretarial stud- ies: Catholic University of Washington: Graduate study in Spanish: Providence College: M.A. in Religious Guidance :w SISTER MARY SCHOLASTICA, S.S.J. Typing I, II: Shorthand I, II: Office Practice Colege of St. Rose: B.S. in Commerce: Graduate studies in Business Education UW !53iiN'1lldK-Nei Go!-Nik 'l5'H"3""m'M'WW"'Mi "" 'NW"""""W' """"A T-193' V ""QW""m""Il9! ""V "'J:.r ' iA:""""'H . MR. PETER MURPHY Am1'rir'un llistoryg Civim-sg English I M.A., St. Micl1ucl's Collegvg li.A., Sl. Nlirrllur-l's College MR. LOUIS J. PERROTTA Algebra Ig Civicsg General Math Ithaca College. B.S. 1n Physical Education, Siena Colege: Graduate studies in Education and Guidance UNDERSTANDING IS TH SISTER MARY MARGARET, S.S..l. Biology: Chemistryg General Biology St. Michael's College: B.A. in Educationg M.A. in Chemistry MR. LEO J. PLOURDE Bookkeepingg General Businessg Business Law St. Michael's College: B.S. in Accountingg M.A. in Edu- cation wills-fl A112-21454-I wwfiit'-Qfffiw 'e-We fit we 1.1 - . -gg-,et ,:,f.,i:,W,,,ff,q,1.,2.e:i,:y.f of WumimvfkifwtKN-lwugfqxywgsifiiifLeaf,:e1ANk2I:asi.f21'ffHwfsgimmfassets?9s2Gcf.i!fswwQSf4fswfl22ELf.iwM22rwQ?5EPBSE6mi?r51SSGimm-Hii5:ia'QQRQNSWIWQQWQiS2EssY'fw91iiSMQ'A2z3S5iiiX?Si2QEwEa?Qaw9 Qh?WGMSMenzggte-,5QM,L,55,1gf.fg -H,.g,:fg -1- fe'-finwtomgwqw -ADAMS EY TO CO-OPERATION SISTER JOSEPH MARIE, S.S.J. Typing Ig English III St. .lost-ph's Teachers College: B.A. in REVEREND RICHARD LAWTON, C.S.C. English Ig General Scienceg Religion II Stonehill Collegeg Holy Cross College, Washing- ton, D.C.: B.A. in Philosophy English Food for thought! ! Q...., REVEREND JOHN FRADET Religion I St. Thomas Seminaryg Le Grand Semin- aireg St. Philosophy ,lohn's Seminary: AB- ill -, x i iR As fy W ,-., AS.N.... . A X. r,., ..,. ...NN X N I-f.ff.mumwmwmsa .WY SISTER M. EVANGELIST, S,S.J. Band Director s F I MR. FRANCIS CORBETT MR. RICHARD MCGURN Bus Drivvrs Mr. Fix-Il QL MRS. JOHN CARMODY Girls' Physical Education Director '1 as I I "Kitchen MRS. KORNITZER, MRS. MARCOUX, MRS. HOLDEN, MRS. HATTAT Wh ..,. - ,,.,.. .. -rix 1 - .LsgiiTi,."i.Wiki' i i" .Iggy WWH! PHE DAY IS LONG 'N WMWMMHAIMW nMWMlFMWW WWMWWWWWwWMMWi 0WMWMwW1iWAMWMV WWW 1binet" MRS. OUHL, MRS. JUST, MRS. SAUSVILLE MISS SALLY OESTERLE School Secretaxy MR. AND MRS. THEODULE BETIT Custodians MRS. HAROLD SAUSVILLE, MRS. WILLIAM HATTAT Cooks Our gold Cadillac 4, I YM 5 , F1 1,41 H I' THROUGH RESPONSIBILITY Seniors, standing on the threshold of a new way of life-anxiously waiting, hoping, dreaming, of what this new life holds for us! We, about to make this transition, realize and ac- cept the responsibility that awaits us, a responsibility that stems from the Catholic education we have re- ceived. Instilled in us is the knowledge of the rewards of peaceful and harmonious relations with our fellow- men. Looking back over the past four years we ponder our memories - memories of unforgettable events, of endless activity, and of proud moments we will never forget. June, 1960, marks a great event in our lives. The future lies before us! With high hopes and young hearts full of the desire for peace, we go forth to answer its challenge. ROSAN FRANCIS AGRESTA "Rosie" Ambition: Fashion Designer Prognostication: Movie Star "Young Lady! Why do you talk, and talk, and talk?" Vg Clee Club 35 Drama 35 School Paper 2. Rosie Babes" . . . quiet??? . . . always good for a laugh, more often for hysterics rarely found?!? . . . crazy-man crazy!!! l ALBERTHA MARIAN ALLEN "Bert" Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Housewife "As carefree as the fleeting moment." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, School Paper 2, Drama 2, 33 Band 2, 35 Librarian 1, 2, 3. A special present from Santa . . . Cele's partner in crime . . . green eyes . . . winning ways . . . Bill . . . New Englander's best waitress. LIONEL WILFRID BEAUDOIN "Lionel" Ambition: Mechanical Engineer Prognostication: Hockey Pro "Thought is deeper than all speech." School Paper 2, 3, Yearbook 4-g Science Club 1. Crossword puzzle champ . . . terrific skater . . . favorite hangout-Memorial Park . . . hard worker . . . big man . . . Math whiz. ELAINE MARIE BESHARA "Inky" Ambition: Math Prognostication: Man-hater "Mischief is her middle name." School Paper 3, fBusiness Managerlg Drama 3, Yearbook Staff 4, fLayout Editorig Band 2, 3, iPresident 2, Vice President 313 Student Council 1, 2, 4, fTreasurer 2, 403 Science Club lg Cheerleading, KJV 1, 2, Varsity 4-Jg Monitor 43 Senior Cabinet, St. Francis CYO, Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Girls' State 3. One of the "Bobsey Twins" . . . peppy cheerleader . . . Coach McCurn'e buddy . . . party, party! I ! . . . cute as a button . . . member of the 6-1 gang. RICHARD DONALD BISSON "Dick" Ambition: Veterinarian "Men of few words are the best of men." Baseball 1, 2. Quiet . . . long drive to school . . . smokey . . . always helpful when called upon . . . unique pitching style. MICHAEL JOHN CASLIN "Mike" Ambition: Artist "Really a good sportsman . . . always a good sport." Science Club lg Football lg Basketball 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Terrific sportsman . . . talented artist . . . naturally curly hair . . . "Sal Mineo" . . . quiet . . . bowling enthusiast. CECILE GABRIELLE BETIT "Betit,' Ambition: Doctor Prognostication: Mender of Broken Strings "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g School Paper 4, fCo-Editor 41g Debate and Public Speaking 3, 4, CSecretary 415 Sacristan 25 Librarian 2, District CYO Treasurer 45 Sacred Heart CYO, Csecretary 49. Sunny disposition . . . sincere friend . . . B.C.H.'s Fall Foliage Queen . . . looks to match her personality . . . always thoughtful of others. Prognostication: Comic strip publisher DONNA LEE CASLIN "Donna', Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Telephone Operator "Life is short, so let's be gay." Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Band 4g Science Club 1. Love those Juniors . . . quiet, but wait a second . . . neat as a pin . . . blushes easily . . . Glee Club ranks high on her list. Prognostication: Pinboy .xr w:. PAUL CLERMONT "Paul" Ambition: Teacher Prognostication: All Americanlll? "An individual in many ways." Drama 13 Debate and Public Speaking 3, 4-3 Band 1, 2g Football 43 Boys' State 33 U.V.M. Math Award 3. "One of the boys" . . . 1001: genius . . . Daddy Longlegs . . . regents??? . . . great to know. l RHODAJEAN MARY CONNELL "Rhodajean" Ambition: Registered Nurse Prognostication: Thermometer buster "Nothing is so popular as kindness." - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g School Paper 3, 4 iLayout Managerh Catechetics 33 Yearbook Typist 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Librarian 1. Loyal and frank . . . credit to B.C. High . . . neat dresser . . . soft pretty hair . . . efficient. .IO-ANN BERNADETTE CONNOR "Jo" Ambition: Social Worker Prognostication: Cloud-Walker "Better to be small and shine than to be tall and cast a shadow." Glee Club 1, 23 School Paper iNews Editor 313 Drama 23 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, iVice President 2, 3J, iPresident 4-J: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, iCaptain 433 Junior 3, and Senior 4, Delegate to the Diocesan Youth Council3 Class Secretary 13 Senior Cabinet3 St. John's CYO, fSecretary 1, 2, 333 Girls' State Alternate 33 Junior Marshall 3. Likes quiet Irishmen . . . member of 6-1 gang . . . Madam President . . . Small but watch out . . . Jo!! Jo!!! JOSEPH EARL COONRADT "Joe" Ambition: J et and Turbine Engineer Prognostication: Texas Ranger "What is life for, if not to enjoy?" Science Club li Baseball 1. Hot rodder . . . Shaftsbury . . . good fellow . . . curly blonde hair . . . silent type? . . . Why so fast, Joe? . JO-ANN FRANCES CROSS "Jo" Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Champion typist "It's a kind heart that has many friends." Glee Club 1, 4, School Paper 3g Yearbook Staff 4, fHead Typistl. Outdoor girl . . . Where's Joanie? . . . loves to skate . . . office guardian . . yearbook's master typist . . . singing and bowling are favorites. DENNIS CLAYTON BENEDICT DAIGNEAULT "Brother Den" Ambition: Business Accountant Prognostication: Embezzler "A regular fellow, it is true, full of pep and mischief, too." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, fAll-State 3, 4-Jg Drama 1, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Student Council 43 Science Club 13 Football lg Basketball 1, 2, 4-5 Baseball 1, 2, 45 Class Treasurer 4g Monitor 43 Senior Cabinet. A8zP's greatest promoter . . . champion typist!!! . . . efficient treasurer . . . every- body's buddy . . . class ".longleur." JAMES EDWARD DEERY "Jimmy" Ambition: Mechanical Engineer Prognostication: Hot-Rod Dealer "Mischief, thou art afoot." Basketball 1, 2, 3. Adventurous . . . unpredictable . . . Auto Ace . . . quiet type!!! . . . quick answer . . . 4-th period gym class. KATHLEEN ANN DERMODY "Derm" Ambition: Math Prognostication: "Math-a-Magician" "A rare combination of brains, beauty, and personality." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Drama 3, Sacristan 1, 2, Yearbook KLiterary Editor? 4: Student Council, fsecretaryl lg Cheerleader 2, 4, Senior Cabinet, Class Secretary 4. Pursuing . . . crazy PJ. parties . . . personality plus . . . congenial . . . "Seen Elaine?" . . . member of the 6-1 gang. SANDRA JEAN GAUTHIER "Sandy" Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Traveler "Silence is more musical than any song." Transfer from Williamstown 2g Glee Club 25 Catechetics 3, 4, fsecretary 41. Hard worker . . . horseback riding . . . bowling enthusiast . . . likes dancing . . . obliging . . . friendly. BARBARA ELLEN GILBAR "Barb" Ambition: Child Nurse Prognostication: Kidnapper "She was ever fair and never proud." Glee Club 1, 43 Sacristan 3, 43 Catechetics 4, iVice Presidentlg Softball 33 FTA 4. Party! Party! . . . basketball . . . Sr. Elizabeth's helping hand . . . Sandy's buddy . . . pleasing ways win her many friends. CECELIA NELLIE GREENE "Cel" Ambition: Dance Instructor Prognostication: Ball-Fighter "Don't get me laughing or I'll die!" Glee Club 33 Drama 35 Band 3. Tap! tap! tap! . . . likes those Merc's . . . shy around boys . . . giggles . . socialite. CARY MEDRIC CROVER "Butch" Ambition: Dentist ' Prognostication: Maverick "The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, pleasure my business." Transfer from Arlington High School 23 Basketball 3, 4. Hot rod . . . likes girls, parties, cars, basketball . . . good sport . . . long ride . . . Chemistry clown. ROBERT STEPHEN GUARE "Doon Ambition: Law Prognostication: Pawn Broker "Worry kills men, Why die?" Football 3, 4, fManagerJ, Basketball 2. Devil at heart . . . terrific dresser . . . football casualty . . . good natured . . thinks before he speaks . . . pool shark. LEE WILLIAM HART "Lee" Ambition: Commercial Artist Prognostication: Comedian "Don't put off till tomorrow the fun you can have today." Glee Club 3, 4, Drama 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, Football Manager 2, 3. Girls! Girls! . . . innocent type?'? . . . A8zP floor walker . . . B.C.H.'s trapshooting champ. CAROLE ANNE HAYES "Hayesy" Ambition: Doctor Prognostication: Merry Mortician "Always happy, never blue, she makes others happy, too." Glee Club 1, 2, 4, School Paper, fCo-editor 43, Sacristans 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club, Student Council 3, 4, fSecretary 45, Senior Cabinet, Monitor 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3. A better friend will never be found . . . amusing . . . energetic . . . U.V.M. watch out! . . . calm, cool, collected . . . thoughtful. ALICE MARY HEWSON "Mary Alice" Ambition: Teaching Prognosticationz Lion Tamer "lt's a kind heart that has many friends." Glee Club 1, 2, 4, School Paper 4, Yearbook 4, FTA 3, 4, fTreasurer 41, Science Club 1. Quiet . . . nice to know . . . true friend . . . neat dresser . . . future teacher. -r amass- .,,,.M,,, .M ,.,,,, ,-Masai,-, KATHLEEN SHARON HOGAN "Kathy" Ambition: Nurse Prognostication: Woman President "Sweetness, beauty, charm, personality-all in her possession." Glee Club 1, 25 Debate and Public Speaking 3, fSecretaryJg Band 4, Student Council 3, 4g Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Ben-Hi Co-ordinating Council 3, 4, fPresident 413 CYO Vice President 2, 3, President 4-5 Class President 3, 45 Senior Cabinetg Girls' State Alternate 33 Junior Marshall. "Johnny" . . . that red hair . . . unique drum major . . . let's live it up . . . sparkling individual . . . great class president. ROSEMARY HOGAN "Hogie" Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Helen Haye's Understudy "Seems quiet and dignified, but ask someone who knows her." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 School Paper 4: Drama 1, 2, 3, 4g Sacristans 4g Yearbook 45 FTA 4. Confused . . . good natured . . . constant giggler . . . Chemistry "ugh"!!! . . . what a sport?? . . . quiet type??? RAYMOND JOSEPH JOLY "Ray" Ambition: Draftsman Prognostication: Taxi-Driver "Words won't describe him, he's simply himself." Basketball 1, 2. Cars!! . . . avid hunter . . . quiet appearance?? . . . art's my line . . . 4th period gym class . . . Peter's buddy'??? KLAUS WALTER JONES "Nick" Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Circus Midget "No work with lots of play, that's my idea of a perfect day." Glee Club 33 Librarian 2, 33 Football lg Basketball 2, 3, 4. Oh, so tall!!! . . . careful driver??? . . . out-of-town girls . . . basketball enthusiast . . . why study?? I 3 MAUREEN MARGARET KEARNS 'gMoe,' Ambition: Teacher Prognostication: Feature Reporter "Her life is revealed in her work, and her love is mirrored in her life." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Sacristan 23 Yearbook 49 Cheerleader 1, 2, 4g Girls' Stateg Monitor 4-g Junior Marshal 3. Intelligent . . . lady like . . . beaming smile . . . conscientious . . . perfect teacher . . . diligent cheerleader. RICHARD WILLIAM KEOUGH 'iDick,, Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Bookie "1 would be better if I could, but it's mighty lonesome being good." Transfer from Arlington High 2g Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 4. Terrific dancer . . . that shy look is only a disguise . . . Does he have a toni? . . . class Cassanova . . . "What's the attraction at locker 300?" CHARLENE ANN KNAPP Nlxluggetn Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Comedian "Chatter, chatter as she goes." Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Drama 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 43 Pep Club 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Softball 2, 3, 4. Shy?? . . . cool dancer . . . witty . . . fresh air friend . . . never a dull moment . . . fun for all. JANICE LEITH KNAPP ulanicev Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Betty Crocker "A radiant face of good will." School Paper 4g Science 13 Librarian 4. Pony tail . . . quiet . . . pleasant . . . cheerful . . . dependable secretary . . . cook. BERNARD JAMES LaDUE "Bernie" Ambition: Music Teacher Prognostication: Organ Grinder "He shall have music wherever he goes." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, fVice President 235 Student Council 1, 2, 45 Yearbook, fBusiness Manager 4-D3 Drama 2, School Paper 1, Monitor 4g Cabinet 2, 3, 43 CYO, fTreasurer 1, Vice President 4, District President 4-lg Class President 3, 4g Boys' State, 3. "Uncle Babes" . . . success unlimited . . . always ready to help . . . efficient organizer . . . tremendous musician . . . B.C. High's famous personality. EDWARD MICHAEL LEETE "Teddy" Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Prognostication: Four-Star General "His cheerful grin bespeaks his pleasant mind." Clee Club 1, 2, 4g Drama 23 Band 1, 2g Science Club 1, 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 15 Boys' State 3. Howie's Buddy . . . hard worker . . . zoom . . . always in a hurry . . . gas pumper . . . cheerful . . . hunting enthusiast. ROSALIE ANNE LEMIEUX "Archie" Ambition: Beautician Prognostication: Lady Wrestler "Always Cheerful, Always Gay!" Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Drama 2, 35 Yearbook 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3. Full of fun . . . ranks high in vitality . . . noisiest . . . problems??? . . . basketball whiz . . . Sue's buddy. SALLY MARIE LETOURNEAU "Sally" Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: I.B.M. Whiz "Faithful, unselfish, and patient is she." Glee Club 15 School Paper 2g Science Club 13 Bookstore 3, 4. Sweetness through and through . . . neat . . . quiet . . . wonderful worker . . . always helpful. JUDITH ANNE MacKENZIE Hludyn . Ambition: Dental Hygienist Prognostication: Toothpick Picker "A friend in work and a friend in play." Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Yearbook Staff 45 Majorette 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, lVice Presidentl. Peppy Twirler . . . North Adams! . . . skiing pro . . . Enthusiastic worker . . . asset to the school . . . locker 300. RONALD JOSEPH MARCOUX "Marx" Ambition: C.P.A. Prognostication: Duncan Hines Associate "N ever a worry, never a care, when anything happens he's theref, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g School Paper 1, 2, Drama 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, iManager 3, 433 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, fCaptain 3lg Monitor 4. Chief Monitor . . . pizza parties . . . hose crazy . . . stubborn . . . right hand man . . . every0ne's friend. MICHAEL TALBOT MARRA "Miken Ambition: Electronic Engineer Prognosticationz Laboratory Sweeper "Ambitious and capable of accomplishing great things." Yearbook 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 23 Science Club lg Football 3, Class Vice President 2. Leader . . . courtesy . . . sincere . . . full of fun . . . most likely to succeed . . Science! Science! Science! JULIETTE THERESE MERCIER ululiev Ambition: Housewife Prognostication: Mother of eight "Her cares are few and her thoughts many." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g School Paper lg Drama 1, 25 Band lg Science Club 1, 23 Librarians 1. Beautiful eyes . . . outstanding attendance record??? . . . Woolworth's special . . . has a share in Pontiacs. JOAN EVE MORETTI "Jeanie" YN. ei Ambition: Nurse Prognostication: Tonsil Tickler "Quiet and sweet, attractive and neat." Glee Club 1, 23 Yearbook 43 Basketball 1, 23 Softball 1, 2. Look out for her, she's got a license!!!! . . . quiet but friendly . . . black, black ' 3- hair . . . always smiling . . . ready for fun . . . "Yeah." ws.. - 9' + DONALD GREGORY MORRISON "Greg" Ambition: College Prognostication: Educated Loafer "Every great man is unique." Transfer St. Mary's High School, Claremont, New Hampshire 43 Glee Club 43 Debate and Public Speaking 4. Chess pro . . . books, books, books . . . morale builder . . . smooth conversationalist . . . unique in every sense . . . poetry enthusiast. CARLETON RUSSELL MOORE "Carl" Ambition: Engineer Prognostication: Grease-Monkey "I'm not lazy-I'm just dreamin'." Transfer from Williston Academy 3. A way with tools . . . prize pugilist . . . blackboard wiper . . . "don't fool around with me, l'm rugged" . . . star Chemist pupil . . . collegiate . . . cars! cars! cars! BARBARA MARY MURPHY "Barb" Ambition: Dental Hygienist Prognostication: Kleenex Distributor "Honest and Sincere-True and Tender F fiend." Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g School Paper 1, 33 Drama 2, 33 Sacristan 23 Yearbook 3, 43 Senior Class Cabinet3 Secretary of Class 2, 3. "Cot a Kleenex Barb??? . . . those innocent looks . . . 3rd Period . . . fabulous friend . . . member of 6-1 gang. "Every Ready to Serve" Florence Nightingale . . . .lanice's side-kick. SUSAN FRANCES McGURN "Sue" Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Boss's Wife "A hint of mischief in her eyes." gransafer from Mohonasen, Schenectady, New York 33 Glee Club 3g Drama 35 Color uar 4. Pretty black hair . . . long weekends . . . full of fun . . . those parties . . . swim- ming and dancing rank high . . . Rosalie! !! Worry kills men, so why die. Glee Club 1, 2: Band lg Science Club 15 Football 2, 3, 4. often seen in North Adams . . . Cars! Cars! Cars! MARIBARBARA ANN OUHL "Bobbi" Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Hair Restore: "A quiet manner is the mischief in her eyes." Clee Club 1, 2, 35 Drama 2, 35 Science Club 1. Long "Blonde" hair . . . sophisticated . . . Vim and Vigor . . . pleasing smile with personality to match . . . courteous waitress . . . enjoys outdoor sports. PATRICA ARLENE McCARTHY "Pat" Ambition: Child's Nurse Prognostication: Policewoman Glee Club 1, 23 School Paper 4-5 Yearbook 45 Science Club l. Pretty brown hair . . . hard worker . . . Does she talk? . . . long walk home . . . GERALD CHARLES OATMAN "Jerry" Ambition: Engineer Prognostication: Motel Operator CG ' ' 9,1 Whose Customized Ford??? . . . curly hair . . . loves fun . . . those late hours . . . RITA CLAIRE PINSONNEAULT "Rita" Ambition Nurse Prognostication: Hypo-holder Sincere and sweet, that combination is hard to beat." Clee Club 1 4 Drama 3 FTA 3, Student Council lg Science Club 13 Librarian 1, 2. The quut girl keeps thoughts to herself . . . does well at anything she tries conservative soft voice . bowling enthusiast. ANN KATHLEEN PROUD "Ann" Ambition Teacher Prognostication: Miss Vermont-1962 Personality plus has she, friends she'll have wherever she be." Clee Club 1 2 3 4 lPres1dent 4Jg Drama lg Yearbook 49 Band 4. Big smile quite a talker . . pretty, flashing blue eyes . . . "Blond" hair . . . industrious study halls flirtatious. EDWARD CARROLL PENDERGAST "Pendy,, Ambition: Doctor Prognostication: Nurse at Benn. College "Athletie1zlly and socially there are none better." Drama 23 Class President 2g Student Council 2, 3g Class Treasurer 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Monitor 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Golf 1. Great at any sport . . . lady-killer . . . dependable . . . loves Cl1emistry?? . . . that's our Pendy. X'-st A CAROLE AGNES PLANTE "Carole,, Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Pencil Sharpener "Not as quiet as she may seem." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 School Paper 2, 43 Drama 1, 2, 3g Yearbook 4g Science Club 13 Basketball 2. Annette, are you coming? . . . curly blonde hair . . . true friend . . . singing secre- tary . . . tireless talker . . . expressive voice. Sir' MAURICE ANDRE RANCOURT "Mose" Ambition: Study of Music Prognostication: Bongo Beater "Music is the language of heavenf' Clee Club 2, 3, 4g Class President 1g Drama 2, 45 Yearbook 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' State Alternate 3g Student Council lg Monitor 45 Junior Marshal 3. Blows a mean trumpet . . . great linemen . . . "A -Ah" . . . pizza expert . . . HEI 5, Y mer. MARTHA ANN ROBINSON "Marty" Ambition: Teacher Prognostication: Governess "H er cares are few and her thoughts are many." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g School Paper 3, 4, fBusiness Manager 4-J, Drama 33 Yearbook 4, FTA 3, 4, isecretary 459 Student Council 45 Science Club lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4. Serious . . . favorite hobby-talking?? . . . commands respect . . . all-round girl . . . a finger in every pie . . . business is her slave. FRANCENE ALBERTA ROHM "Ginger" Ambition: Teacher Prognostication: Champion Swimmer "A well-bred silence always at command." Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4-g Band 4, FTA 43 Science Club lg Librarian 2. Long blond curls . . . shy except among close friends . . . Rita's companion . . . dainty clothes . . . likes the summer months. GAIL PATRICIA SAUSVILLE "Sausage" Ambition: Nurse Prognostication: Housewife "A pleasing girl with pleasing ways." Transfer from Bristol High 3g Yearbook 4. Giggles . . . roller skater . . . soft voice . . . likeable . . . "Where's .l0anie?" -I-is .ar wants: as-et. as :n:fQgamviaw.:wvwv1wuw1nswm 'if Fifi' "2 'wr-fa' 1 I? JOAN MAE SENECAL 'gJoanie" Ambition: Business Teacher Prognostication: Photographer "So shines her good deeds as the stars in heaven." Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Drama 3g Catechetics 4, tPresident 413 Yearbook Staff, Band 3, 45 Student Council 1. Cheery smile . . . efficient . . . hard at work . . . does for others . . . office girl . . . roller skater. JOHN PETER SHALALA "Dooley7' Ambition: Store Manager Prognostication: Stock Boy "There is no need of rushingg Life's short enough."' Monitor 4, Student Council 1. Hunter--big and small game . . . handy with remarks . . . ready to go . . . colorful personality . . . curly hair . . . Father Spinelli's star pupil. 34 PATRICIA MARY SHANAHAN "Pat,' Ambition: Politics Prognostication: "Peanut butter vendor" "Vim, Vigor, and Vitality rounded into one charming girl." Clee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 School Paper 3, Drama 2, Debate and Public Speaking 3, 4, tTreasurer 33g Girls' State 3a Model UN 3, Monitor 43 Sacristan 2g Yearbook Staff 3, 4, lCo-editor 43g Student Council 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 45 Senior Cabinet. Talk! Talk! Talk! . . . satirical . . . "Shhhhhh" . . . vivacious member of 6-1 gang . . . look-out, world-here I come!!! JEAN MARGARET SHORT "Shortie,' Ambition: Math Prognostication: Disciplinarian "The joy of youth her eyes displayed." CYO Treasurer 4, Drama 2, 33 Yearbook Staff 44 Band 2, 33 Student Council 4g Science Club lg Cheerleader 15 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 4. Loves to dance . . . talkative . . . water skiies . . . joke on hand . . . basketball whiz . . . fun to know. THOMAS JOSEPH SMITH "Tommy,, Ambition: Chemical Engineer Prognostication: Romantic Einstein "Beneath his quiet reserved manner lies a sparkling wit, and fun." Transfer from Williamstown High School 33 Glee Club 45 Debate 43 Senior Cabinet. Sharp dresser . . . well liked . . . Psychoanalyst . . . welcome transfer . . . skiing enthusiast . . . ever ready . . . GIRLS. SUSAN LORRAINE STALBIRD "Sue" cs' Ambition: Journalist Prognostication: VIP "Ability shows in everything she does." Glee Club Ig School Paper 4g Drama I, 2g Debate and Public Speaking 3, 45 Science Club 1. Horseback rider . . . capable . . . literary artist . . . avid reader . . . Individualist. JUDITH FRANCES STOCKMAN "Jude" Ambition: Beautician Prognostication: Face-Lifter "Conversation is a game of circus." Transfer from Our Lady of Mercy Academy 2g Glee Club 1, 2g Yearbook 3. Cute . . . always sewing . . . loves a secret . . . Talk, Talk, Talk . . . Drags pocket- book everywhere. WILLIAM ARTHUR TEICHERT mlligerv Ambition: Physical Ed. Teacher Prognostication: Play Boy "Not that he loved study less but that he loved fun more." Transfer from Drury High 35 Glee Club 3, 4, Baseball, QCO-Captain 31. Sharp dancer . . . gymnastics . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Usually quiet?? . well liked. WILLIAM ALLEN WALDEN, JR. "Bill" Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Train Watcher "There's never a dull moment when he is around." Transfer from Dury High School 4g Football 4-, lCo-Captainl. Tall, dark, and handsome . . . chem whiz!!! . . . football hero . . . likeable . . never silent . . . skiing and more skiing. VIRGINIA LEE WILLS "Ginger,' Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Michelangelo 11 "Spinning in the craziest circles." Transfer from Cushing Academy 3. New ideas . . . artistic . . . laughs readily . . . hot Mercury . . . likeable . . . good sense of humor. ANNETTE HELEN WINSLOW "Annie" Ambition: Secretary Prognostication: Hot Rodder "Still water runs deep." Glee Club I, 2, 4g Yearbook 4g Science Club 1. Gym enthusiast??? . . . faithful friend . . . sunny smile . . . pleasant . . . crazy sliding parties. 45 .J CAROL ANN WINSLOE '6Winnie" Ambition: Nurse Prognostication: Miss Public "Some stars just twinkle, others smile." Secretary CYO 415 Senior Cabinetg Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club lg Cheerleader 1, 2, 3. Cute . . . well-liked . . . peppy . . . lots of fun . . . personality plus . . . innocent??? w.,k.,,. , mg, ,, MARY MARGARET WHALEN 'iWhale" Ambition: Teacher Prognostication: Conformist "A good disposition is more valuable than gold." Transfer from Arlington High School 45 Vice President CYO 3, 45 Vice President District CYO 45 Glee Club 45 School Paper 4, fNews Editor 415 Yearbook 45 Band 45 Student Council 45 Basketball 45 Chairman of Junior Prom 45 National Latin Award. Ski champ . . . second Liberace . . . strictly a non-conformist . . . "Really, Peter!" . . . her activities show her abilities. PETER JAMES WHALEN "Pete" Ambition: Lawyer Prognostication: Public Enemy No. 1 'gThe world may go on without me, but I doubt it." Transfer from Arlington High 25 Glee Club 45 Debate and Public Speaking 3, 4, CPresident 3, 475 Yearbook Staff 45 Student Council 2, 3, 4, QVice President 435 Senior Cabinet5 Monitor 45 St. Columban's CYO, tTreasurer 1, 2, 315 District CYO, QTreasurer D5 Model UN 35 Boys' State Governor 35 President of Southern Ver- mont Forensic League 45 Junior Marshal 3. An individual in every sense of the word . . . top notch debator . . . "Governor" . . . cynical . . . "Really, Mary." MARTHA MARY WOOD Marty Ambition: Undecided Prognostication: Atom Bomb "Mischief in the air? You'll find her there." Transfer from Williamstown High 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Drama 35 Debate and Public Speaking 45 Yearbook 45 Student Council 45 Librarian 4. The greatest!!! . . . slowing unwinding . . . crazy at PJ parties . . . Dutch Hill . . . skiing champ . . . somebody's gal. CLASS HISTORY Our past four years have gained a definite place in our memories. We entered high school in 1956 facing our new experiences with mixed feelings. During our freshman year we elected Maurice Rancourt as our president. Initia- tions to many facets of high school life both scholastic and social filled those days. ln our second year, our officers were Edward Pendergast, president5 Michael Marra, vice president5 Barbara Murphy, secretaryg and Carole Hayes treasurer. This slate of officers led us through a busy and profitable year during which we held a successful car wash, and Junior Prom, and also took the prize for the winning class play. Our junior year with Kathleen Hogan, president5 Bernard LaDue, vice president5 Barbara Murphy, secretary5 and Carole Hayes, treasurer, found us purchasing our class rings, sponsoring the Senior Ball, and making plans for our yearbook. Activity marked our final year. We completed our yearbook and prepared the many graduation arrangements. Leading us in these projects were: Kathleen Hogan, president5 Bernard LaDue, vice president5 Kathleen Dermody, secretary5 and Dennis Daigneault, treasurer. We are now awaiting that day in J une, the termination of our high school years, Graduation Day. 37 WE, THE SENIORS, ABOVE ALL CLASS WILL We the Senior Class being of sound mind and body do make the following endowments: I, Rosan Agresta, do leave my ability to keep Father Spinelli happy, to any daring Junior. I, Albertha Allen, do leave Father Spinelli without a constant customer for detention. I, Lionel Beaudoin, do leave Father Spinelli a good mood to use it at will. We, Elaine Beshara and Kathleen Dermody, do leave Coach McGurn and Father Spinelli without their worst pests. I, Cecile Betit, do leave to P. Jimmy Horgan a plastic skiing suit for skiing with Rosemary Smith. I, Richard,Bisson, do leave my parking space to David Lanoue. I, Donna Caslin, do leave Susan Eddy my place in Glee Club in hopes she will finally learn to sing. I, Michael Caslin, do leave my three-year seat in Sister Jane Frances' homeroom to some lucky Freshman. I, Paul Clermont, do leave my neat locker to any orderly person. I, Rhodajean Connell, do leave my position on the Saber Staff to Jackie McGurn. I, Jo-Ann Connor, do leave a little of the love I had for Student Council to a Freshman Representa- tive, hoping he will add to it with each year, his own love and loyalty to BCH. I, Joseph Coonradt, do leave my abilities to driveaChevy to Nancy Coonradt. I, J o-Ann Cross, do leave my seat in Glee Club to my sister Lillian. I, Dennis Daigneault, do leave the athletic teams a certain amount of luck. I, James Deery, do leave my parking place in front of school to Jim Casey. I, Sandra Gauthier, do leave all the good times I have had to my two sisters, Nancy and Linda. I, Barbara Gilbar, do leave my long walk to school to Mary Ann Gendron. I, Cecelia Greene, do leave my ability to dance to Frank Frazier. I, Gary Grover, do leave to a certain Junior girl'my little Plym, so she'll have a way to school next year. I, Robert Guare, do leave my summer house to Michael Boyer, Jimmy Collins, and Howey Shea for recuperating purposes. I, Lee Hart, do leave nothing because, I wish all my memorable high school days to remain with me. I, Carole Hayes, do leave my first million dollars to the Sacristy for a vestment case. We, Alice Hewson and Patricia McCarthy, do leave Father Lawton's 3rd period study to anyone who loves peace and quiet UD I, Kathleen Hogan, do leave the Senior Class Presidency to anyone whose nerves are already shattered, thereby warding off insanity. I, Rosemary Hogan, do leave my ability to get adds for the Saber to Christine Cassano. I, Raymond Joly, do leave my mechanical drawing ability to Kevin McCue. I, Klaus Jones, do leave my basketball uniform to Bill Hayes. I, Maureen Kearns, do leave my sister Pam without someone to bring her lunch to school. I, Richard Keough, do leave Jack Griffin a map of Hoosick Falls and my little black book. I, Charlene Knapp, do leave, in the same quiet unsuspecting way I came. I, Janice Knapp, do leave my position as Librarian to anyone who wants it. I, Bernard LaDue, do leave my gymnastic abilities in 4-th period to my brother Francis. I, Edward Leete, do leave to all the following classes the enjoyment and knowledge I've received at BCI-IS. I, Rosalie Lemieux, do leave my ability to be quiet to Jeannie Marceau. I, Sally Letourneau, do leave my seat in Shorthand II to Diane Stratton. DO LEAVE OUR EXPERIENCES I CLASS WILL ,Judy MacKenzie, do leave my driving ability to Rosemary Smith. I, Ronald Marcoux, do leave an extra set of keys and parking place to Father Brennan. I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,Joan Senecal, do leave my shorthand book to some lucky student. I, I , Michael Marra, do leave to Sister Margaret my chemistry compounds. ,Juliette Mercier, do leave BCHS with the feeling that I have both grown in spirit and character, and that I have gained higher morals. , Joan Moretti, do leave my study hall with Coach Perotta to some unlucky Junior. Gregory Morrison, do leave to the class of 1961 my incredible ability to cut the latest hair style. Susan McGurn, do leave my power to disrupt Mr. Murphyis class to Bill Hayes. Carleton Moore, do leave BCHS, can't believe it. Barbara Murphy, do leave my untimely sense of humor and the priviliges of being a Senior to Mary Sennett, hoping she gets as much fun out of them as I did. Gerald Oatman, do leave my driving ability to Donna Levine. Maribarbara Ouhl, do leave my bottle of peroxide to anyone who wants it. Edward Pendergast, do leave Father Spinelli with one less headache. Rita Pinsonneault, do leave my typewriter to anyone with nimble fingers. Carole Plante, do leave all my quiet study halls with Mr. Perrotta to anyone who wants them. Anne Proud, do leave my paper-passing ability in Sociology, to Jean and Mary Agnes. Maurice Rancourt, do leave the responsibility to call defensive signals for the football team to that player designated by Coach Plourde. , Martha Robinson, do leave the job of Business Manager of the Saber to some Junior. Francene Rohm, do leave all my school supplies to Darlene Coonz. Gail Sausville, do leave my bag of potato chips every noon to Julie O'Brien. Peter Shalala, do leave Father Spinelli to rest in peace, Amen. Patricia Shanahan, do leave the headaches, disappointments and hard work put into this book to the next co-editor but may she be as happy and as proud as I am to fill this position. May she find the patience I have lost. God bless her and eternally reward Sister Scholastica. We, Jean Wood and Martha Short being in sound mind UD do hereby leave our seats in Chemistry I I class and the unknown factor which attracts trouble to us to Gale MacKenzie and Mike Boyer. , Thomas Smith, do leave my skiing ability to Steve Grande. ,Judy Stockman, do leave Coach Plourde without anumber one pest. I, Susan Stalbird, do leave my front seat in Sociology class to Mary Ann Gendron. I I I I I , William Walden, do leave my part of Doc's house to any little summer people at BCHS. 1, I , William Teichert, do leave all students from Mass. the pleasure ride to Bennington in the grey Chevy. , Virginia Wills, do leave my driving ability to Donna Delong. , Annette Winslow, do leave my sister Alice to carry on the name of Winslow. , Carole Winslow, do leave my French seat to any Irishman capable of filling it. Mary Whalen, do leave my nose for news to the next nosy Saber news editor. , Peter Whalen, do leave another stuffed puppy for the trophy case. We, the Senior Class, with these endowments do bequeath to the underclassmen the best of luck and earnestly hope they may realize the privileges of a Catholic education here at B.C.H.S. May you cherish the memories of these four years as we the Senior Class will always cherish ours. Witnessed thereof by W C - - ga-f f -V ' ' ' f L - .Ima-.mmf-...QQ-ww' REA 'ND-'Y g ff W 'W f C A -I ' J E ' 1 x '- X 4 4 4 , N' 0 - E ' A E j ' . ' f'.Qqw- W CLASS OFFICERS K. Dcrmody, Sccrc-t1u'yg R. Lulluc, Vice Prcsidcntg K. Hogan, Pr:-sidvnlg D. Uuigm-uult, Treasurer SENIOR CABINET T. Smith, R. Murphy, P. Shanahan, K. Dcrmody, B. LuDu0, K. Hogan, D. Daigncault, C. Winslow, P. Whalen, E. Bcshuru, C. Hayes. J. Cmlnor. ,N MON ITORS FIRST ROW: P. Shanahan. E. Bl'Sh2l!'ll, M. Rum-ourl. SECOND ROW: C. Huym-S, E. Pvndcr- gust, I5. lj1liL.EIll'2lllll. 'Hlllill ROW: M. Robinson, R, ih1ill'l'0llX. l'. Silllllliil. FOURTH ROW: M. Kvzlrns, li. l.ullllm'. 40 1 . SWTUS 'N-M.. BOYS' STATE AND GIRLS' STATE FIRST ROW: P. Shanahan, E. Beshara, and M. Kearns. SECOND ROW: P. Clermont, P. Whaleng Governor, E. Leete, and B. LaDue. MODEL U. N. P. Whalen, P. Shanahan DEBATINC AWARD P. Whalen, C. 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RE CALLING 1958 Junior Prom-g'Apple Blossom T imc" i OUR We prepare for 1960 Senior Ball-"Sayonara" MEMORIES Decorating 1960 Junior Prom-"Blue Highlights" AR 46 THROUGH KNOWLEDGE The fundamental purpose of Bennington Catholic High School is not only to educate and train our minds scholastically but also to train our Wills in good Christian living. Various courses, such as college, commercial, and general, are offered to us to aid us in our future careers. Receiving a Catholic education, we seniors have begun to realize the benefits of a close relationship with God which creates a healthy working condition. As seniors, we ask you, the undergraduates, to strive to realize them also. In future years you, the underclassmen, will be ap- proaching the thresholds of your careers as we are now. May the Catholic education you have received enable you to face your choice in life with a firm stand and trust in God. ....annniinn...., r I I . QQ' I'.'IRS'I' ROW: Il. Rurgm-ss, I.. Cross. .I. Clvury, B. Donuhuc, M. Connors. S. Baldwin, M. Bissuillnn. 5I'.fIONlJ ROW: N. Coonxxnrlt, J. Ihlrkc, D. Dcsuulels, D. Corcoran, W. Brusn, ,I. Corcoran. 'I'IIIRD ROW: R. Rrauilm-y, IC. Currlinnl. NI. IIIITIQF. .l. Collins, M. Buyvr, R. Cuxnmings. JUNIOR CABINET 5I 'Ill IJ A. Plunsky, R, IIllI'Y1'y, ll. xIJlI'Kl'lIZII', .I. II4vIIins, J. Cla-ary, C. Wurnvr, K. Moorv, M. SIANIJINIC: A. IIRIIIIIIIUF. .I. I'au uin. .I. Hurst, Sr. Elizulwtll, M. Roycr. D. IM-I.ung1, I Nik . FIRST ROW: M. IL:-mlrun. R. llulvugni, A. IILIIIIIIICF, ,I. llillmr. II. He-wsnn, ,I. Ingram, I'. IIUIII. SICIIONIJ ROW: R. IIlll'W'y. W. I'Iill'l'IIlg1lHll, IJ. IJ:-I.ung:. R. Ifluml. S. Eddy, R. ULIIILIIII. R. Iliggins. 'I'IIIRIJ IIIIW: II. IIlIIl'1'es1','I'. lfmn-Inf-r. ,I. II1urst,I". I'II'iHlIK'!', II. Uuvlli. IQ. IIuI1I0n. HKBLBMSNIIQWJI-'wfviwkwfi for vwliiiettiifkiiimiy55935-5Ef'zx?E?55.'iiwT?f55ixiz4it?i435?e5Eiiii?fli2'Qiitikfzi.Uiif2z:5iiE'?.553i5?39?fiilwfifitiiffifiZ32STl:KWRMEWTQKiki5-l?iQ2iii?fJi?EXYE?'35?5523'P55II583955F555355list-5filX55HS155IZi5X5T53U5iiYQ?2iS3 Kif51!4i4iEd?3Ha-U Af Sei Tl' WWW-'r HAT HADOW WE PUR UE -BURKE mQ11Kansa.wuxxwwmvMxwzfssa1istsaecs2:ss::sz'3 QQisxisiiQww?5kW?iSk?iQ52S295253inme2fas355SixiQ5L:.5Kif21WNWSiwwifwSIS2megfitsswfaigiewiigvvfxaeatssfkayrtsfsssxtrimai-wiaww-fe FIRST ROW: J. LaCroix, D. LeBlanc, D. Letourneau, C. MacKenzie, D. Levine, J. McGurn S. LaVigne, K. King. SECOND ROW: M. Kelley, E. Morse, D. Maillet, E. McCarthy, R. Niles D. Lanaue, B. Niles, J. Morse, M. Morreti. THIRD ROW: R. LaBarge, K. Moore, C. Knapp C. Kipp, J. O'Donnell, P. Keleher, K. McCue, S. O'Neil, N. O'Brien, D. Kokoras. Juniors rehearse for Penny Arcade FIRST ROW: M. Jepson, C. Warner, S. Sears, J. Paquin, P. Renton, E. Towne, M. Sennett, M Schneski. SECOND ROW: E. Einclair, F. Patten, D. Webster, D. Stratton, A. Webber, J. Pello A. Heiner. THIRD ROW: D. Wyman, D. Sumner, W. Pellerin, H. Shea, D. Tatro, A. Plansky J. Tomasi. 1 9 7 w. 1 L, g 17? M5 if A ' 'cf an M HIE- 'XM If 3 ' f' S A ,, , ,Q s f . l , L' nv' Jw, , QQ -'iii-' Axgi Q? is an 5 iff N xv' fi-ff T H A W W A Q A A W K , w L. 1 - ' Q ir if f mr we ,iff M. l 4 fr nl' .saw K 5 D 0 T HERRICK Q . Y FIRST ROW: D. Plante, D. Marcoux, J. Marceau, D. McDermott, S. Mattison, K. Robare. SECOND ROW: B. Midurski, J. Murray, W. Robinson, E. Paquin, M. Raby, M. McGuire. THIRD ROW: N. Marcoux, E. Maroney, R. Rogers, V. Marcoux, D. Moon, M. Powers. Sophomores plan "Boogie Bear Bop" FIRST ROW: A. Skoblow, R. Snow, N. Turner, G. Vose, R. Smith, K. Sausville, P. Short. SECOND ROW: P. Walker, W. Sennett, R, Vachon, R. Snow, A. Scarey, A. Winslow. THIRD ROW: O. Virta, T. Stemp, T. Tommey, E. Whitman, R. Woodward, J. Vince. 5I S A ff Q Wifi ,pk 1 Ae Q in ww S W 55? N 'gif it S15 L4 E355 . Q 4 Ai uma W, 1 M, E3 .yn Ss.. 2 :ii ARE TH Y HOPE - JEAN INGELOW A 14fA. :.: ?Xv H -+.fg,1-it l FIRST ROW: M. Johnson, S. Jacob, E. Peacock, K. Jackson, M. King, A. Joly, R. Morse SECOND ROW: M. Lettre, J. Morse, M. Ouhl, L. Neiser, J. Leahey, E. James, L. Krawczyk THIRD ROW: D. McCue, B. Oakes, V. Lampron, J. Proud, R. Perrott, J. Jel1eY, J. Kornitzer, M. Kone. 2 Zn bi ts. Frosh decorate for dance FIRST ROW: J. Pettit, J. Tetreault, B. Sausville, E. Snyder, P. Schneski, W. Simon, B. Ritchie. SECOND ROW: T. Tomasi, G. Senecal, E. Stockmon, C. Russell, V. Wallace, K. VanGorden, P. Shippey. THIRD ROW: T. Ryan, T. Pello, P. Snyder, K. Sponauer, J. Tidd, D. Wheeler. 1l'Fal-1'-f'u1JvGJHiivN'1Ir'h25 ibm-' AH 21571wie-storm-!'lfR'il4v?wv:ffl in Wi -1-'7?fEIif5.ff:iiI.iZ',.I97 N',,W,- LA GUAGE . . . WA THE 11 4-VH 'A 'WH i K "A" lW'5w.f: ENGLISH In the Freshman English course, the stu- dent is taught to concentrate on the realiza- tion of themes and values that are applicable to daily life. The Sophomore year introduces the study of drama, concentrating on Shake- speare's "Julius Caesar" and a general re- view of grammar. "No, requires a comma, Sharon" to .-lv., .- "Great expectationsu? ? The Junior year emphasizes American Literature. Grammar is again a part of the course. The senior year prepares us for col- lege work including composition and grammar usage. The course of English Literature is also traced from century to century by study- ing the works of important authors through the ages. "Three times for the normal mind!" NIJ,-yy 'A 'L 3KwSwtAX+NV4AAf4wx?a:w2 'uaiaiflfmas'azzffiiwvfwiiiaxiIffiif?4fk2ssiYfs7sLf5'H:5H22'eswa4ssQ Qfissimssz :,sS1ff1is2:-lwfv 'wee-+5-A ,.wfl1vi'E?f? iifn-Lwhfi' Zziiw ' X V' 'B MMEDIATE GIFT OF GOD -N. WEBSTER wmgeg lsfew-drawers wg-g.i .w- fx Ufagfgfx -fwzlfizfl f me "Quid Est Hoc" The festive spirit of the Spanish race is shown vividly to us in the study of their language. Thus the study of foreign language has been and will continue to be a source of enrichment to our lives. vggggflf-gwsggfyaax ggjysiyyif.E2si1'f1'+fs3iLS'f2T5Ix5?1?2f': f3,'Kizf'ff,:::, :wi sz:-'-'f35'MLw,?:o: gnfisii New :wg wi: -V ' o f o X i X FOREIGN LANGUAGES Foreign languages enhance our own lang- uage. French, the universal language, will aid us in our communications with foreign peo- ples. It will also give us a means for peaceful negotiations with all the world. Latin study has taught us the origin of many of our own English words. Teddy, is it jupe or chemise? Students learn fundamentals of Spanish grammar 'Miz '1 8 I B 9 'saw I L mm E ,U """"" 1 ' W! ffftw rs fvftv' vm mrwstfzrtzwilisifwslfnaasmwssflmmftmfsgsgawssesfzsts2r:sz5'rasassfaa,em ef. .sm gage OWLEDGE IT ELF 'TWVYWA 15'-'vt' 7' "4J'1"Jv9!'l'P'f!"' f 6' 4 'xt 'flefiiriihiiiSE2lii?S5HSF 5kXWRNWPYMhWiAW- NiSiRii?S3WaN But what is K'x"? MATH In Algebra I the student is introduced to signed numbers and is offered the princi- pal tools for higher mathematics. The solv- ing of problems and equations are also studied. Geometry trains the mind by teaching the student how to think, how to draw conclusions and assemble facts to arrive at sensible and logical conclusions. The main objective of the course is the mastering of the art of reasoning. Geometry in technicolor l The student in his fourth year of mathematics undertakes the study of triangle measurement, trigonometry. Based on the right triangle, with the application of axioms and theorems, it is essential for the study of higher mathematics. 56 Is it s-i-g-n or s-i-n-e? POWER - BACON .. . SCIENCE To supplement the knowledge gained from class room studies, physics students receive the opportunity for practical applications of that knowledge in the Physics Laboratory. Twice a week Chemistry Lab is held to fa- miliarize the students with lab procedure. These periods of instruction enable the stu- dents to grasp the laws and theories of Chem- istry more readily. N. Uv- if '- GW 1' Y. Practical application of physics laws' Phil explains one-celled animals Students analyze compounds in the lab The study of Biology explains the characteristics and functions of natureg starting with the lowest form of life and progressing to man. Through the course the student gains more knowl- edge of both creation and its Creator. si j 7'Al"91f?-- C' ' r wlcq Sociology Fourth year stu- dents are required to take Sociology. The course consists in a combination of the study of vocations, with emphasis on the Christian viewpoint of marriage, and man's social proh- lems. KNOWLEDGE COMES, B QI The purpose of Civics is to associate the student with the functions of the government, and his role and obliga- tions as a good student and citizen. American History Wu.. ,FW 58 American History is a required sub- ject which affords the opportunity of studying the political and social ideals of an American Democracy. Facts learned within this course will be at constant source of aid to all when they must assume the responsibilities of citizenship. " ZflJ..f,f I . S .,:r:?' ' 'ii VISDOM LI GERS - TENNYSON 2iW-Z733m"fTml,1,7f ..fl, N2 .af wr-1MfsefZrss':m.u-if-'fsymfxtstgtame This study helps students to under- stand how business functions in their daily lives and what it contributes to society. It teaches that if records of finances are kept orderly, one,s income may be spent more wisely. Bookkeepers analyze Randall wholesale grocery Coach explains business versus a charge customer The major purpose of General Business is to contribute to intelligent economic citizenship through a study of busi- ness. Through this course the student learns the functions of banks and a knowledge of the services performed by business. This is a fundamental subject which profits not only those pursuing a busi- ness career but also those who intend to attend college. 4 Practice makes perfect 59 ' Q25 'I 'Z+5"'1 if L' 3 s ,u E vii, W 'Q . yr , I , ,W ' R -N W ? ' o 5 41, ' W' sy VVAWE fn f ' :X ,gl Q2 4 Us . A - ., A .,,, ., ' A ' i - '-Xk -' r11:.v,nags5 sf -.k- Qfmiw fy fwswi. ,Q .,,..,L .sfg-2 st.: f-f- --sewer. www A I - M , , Y QS t ,t s r n s 1 r a t s PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education is offered for the first three classes of B.C.H.S. Under the supervision of Mrs. Carmody and' Mr. McGurn, basketball, volleyball and other games are played, enabling the students to develop and understand the importance of sports- manship and cooperation. Gym instructors Mrs. John Carmody and Coach McGurn 62 , 7 x Q, A X A - . Q kk . Allyn y ww f- 4' " X .ff w ,lg .' ,- ni A j, K-kim xxx- gy Eggfgf Vx, fp'-.W '- I m- gmgi 1 f 359 S ' f A if A . i 'A MgA31 w'f5'H " , . QQ, . ., -7 , .5 y V x fzzjfk 3 ni H Q.: 1 1 f 4 ww , if K Q5 1 i I WW in ,ff ,A i- A I ff,4L,.- " ' K ,V nz..:a:,Z?i..1f:f'.,:?i.f5.: E ,, 4-I Q .. ef if 1, . I 5 . ,, , A V 4 , K . E ew . my ,MMI FP! wuqfl 1 1 s .5 xx' K! ,X K EM 2 3 Z . M , nz 4- - sf r ' r f we . .S Lf"-as veg- - . A s --iw f. . ' A , I av 'I Ash, Hi- K .X . s ix sg? fftfg' P- I., fri w LZ' eg "'E2'i'f3r av?QfmMlRXWEYMUASEQFE 355 . 1 f 'QE XRS ,fm aexmxswuaammuc ,, -' '5Qb.1e'-'ff3f , 2. fy! mms swoop xl4.M'w,'i i '-N53 . V ,S nf b N Mwhffhwwwww-Q-"W"m"5A. X115 Q naw! Mi kffiyy Q sff-if 'W 1 Ja ' 'f U A V , L1 . r 'Wm 4 ,bk we 4- ...f nf 5,13 fa 45 X A I I ' K k sf 4 N lil Q 1 7 X ' Mm ' fl 2 ,A W X is Nw A-S? s 'Biz I fe, ' LANGUAGE OF L0NGFEL ll0W BCHS GLEE CLUB 5 MODERATOR Sister Jane Frances r ALL-STAFF FIRST ROW: R. Mzxrcoux, D. Daigneault, E. Leete, Sr. Jane Frances. SECOND ROW: R. Connell, F. Rohm. THIRD ROW: A. Proud, M. Kearns, C. Hayes. 65 ., . z .,.. q f--f- STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED: M. Collins, W. Hayes, K. Hogan, E. Beshara, P. Whalen, J. Connor, C. Hayes, P. Renton, J. Cleary, P. Walker. SECOND ROW: M. Rancourt, A. Joly, D. Daigneault, M. Robinson, Il. LaDuc, N. O'Brien, J. O'Donnell, D. McCue, A. DeCeorge, F. LaDue, L. Hart, C. Warner, J. Collins, S. Connor. THIRD ROW: P. Shanahan, M. Connors, K. Moore, M. McGuire, G. Vose, S. Early, R. Ilarvey, M. Wood, J. Short, J. Burke, J. Cleary, L. Nieser, G. MacKenzie, M. Whalen. Student Council. with a present enrollment of forty members. was formed to develop good citizenship. provide for student expression. and promote harmoni- ous relations. Some of the successful activities spon- sored lmy this organization have been Freshman Ini- tiation. the March of Dimes assembly. which netted 55273.00 and a faculty Christmas party. This year introduced a formal installation ceremony with Father Lynch as speaker. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS E. llcshara, C. Ilaycs, J. Connor, P. Whalen. P. Renton. Hi This organization is composed of officers and YQ- representatives from both Bennington and Benning- ton Catholic High Schools. It was established to pro- mote harmonious relations between the two schools. The Council sponsors monthly. joint class dances which have proved tremen- dously successful. Through this council an environ- ment of friendly relations exists among students of both schools. CO-ORDINATINC COUNCIL f n J I X531 i . 5? 'K if N Y 5. . 2 13 a NZ gi-X-4-,ff X gg x 5 gg Z, , 2 Q1 2 sz f Nui X 1 Qi if gh 1. MSE Q A Q 5' J :gf Y X 5 Q Q, Q Y 22 x ii MW if 3' -ik' ' ' fl ,. Mix I X Q - 2 5:12959 . 5' Q4 ,- ,li . ik Q? ' - kgs wsgevfkfpf if 5- I -- 9 yn srfbga-Q K .K in . g xg? 'A ix X Hiram A up EVERY MA 9 WORI HALL MONUMENT 91. "' s.. 'F -tty 47 f Y!l.k,ge,vr-..,,'4f,---M X """--M. 0 1 , .ff--.J-it -HYZV1 " "' ' -J 'J . 1:1 ' . c:o.En1'1'oRs UTERARY EDITOR Rurlmru Murphy, l'ulrivia Shanahan Kmlllcvu Dcrmmly BUSINESS MANAGER Rcrnard LaDuf- LAYOUT EDITOR MODERATOR Elaine liesliuru Sister M. Scholaslica FULL YEARBOOK STAFF SEATED: A. Winslow, C. Plante, .L Cross, M. Marru, M. Kearns, L. Reaudoin, M. Whalen, M. Robinson, ,L Scnc-cal. SECOND ROW R. Pinnsonouult, A. Hewson, P. McCarthy, J. Short, C. Knapp, R. Gilliar, A. Proud, R. Lemieux, J. MacKenzie, R. Hogan, D. Cuslin li. Suusvillv. THIRD ROW: T. Smith. R. Marcoux, R. KPOllfIl1, C. Crow-r. D. Duignvault, P. Clermont, E. Lec-te. L. Hart, P. Whalen R, Guam-. 68 A I , ,. - 5. ,. . Mir. . . ,.L. I ,',. .-,' .K . , gf f rk,. -,533 Lkhk 53133 v,-- g rw, .gm -.,' BE MADE MA IEE T -1 CORINTHIANS 111 SABER .6 W "33"7' 1,1 YK' 'ls v' NEWS EDITOR Mm Whalen Co.1:D1ToRs Cecile Betit, Carole Hayes BUSINESS MANAGER Martha Robinson MODERATOR Sister Joseph Marie FEATURE EDITOR Jacqueline Cleary FULL SABER STAFF SEATED: L. Cross, C. Plante, M. Kelley, B. Donahue, R. Connell. FIRST ROW: J. Knapp, A. Scarey, P. McCarthy, J. Horst, S. Stalbird, J. Pacquin. SECOND ROW: R. Hogan, A. Hewson, J. Burke, M. Jep- son, R. Harvey, P. Hoth, D. Burgess. 69 r ' - Q- - - -A A 'L'- W'-- A WHATEVER 1 WOR TH DOING AT ALL -5, ' . .. - A :'4',:'ff,'f'c'z'41' ' '- wxrfi o 't.i:1sfTF'-lei - mc' tx 1' iw j was F.T.A. OFFICERS SEATED: F. Rohm, R. Harvey, P. Hotll, B. Murphy, M. Robinson, A. Hewson, J. Paquin. STANDING: Sister M. Monica, Moderator. F.T.A. The Father Brennan F.T.A. Club of B.C.H.S. exists for the purpose of acquainting interested students with the profession of teaching. The name was chosen to honor Father Brennan, who has contributed so much to our privilege of receiving a Catholic education. DEBATE OFFICERS Jacqueline Cleary, Peter Whalen, Cecile Betit. MODERATORS: Father Donald Whipple, C.S.C.g Sister Jane Francis. S.S.J. SEATED: J. Paquin, J. Burke, J. Cleary, P. Whalen, C. Betit, M. Sennett, G. MacKenzie. SECOND ROW: S. Stalbird, B. Midurski, T. Smith, P. Clermont, J. Cleary, D. Marcoux, D. McDermott. The Bennington Catholic High School Forensic Society was officially organized in l959. At this time Sister Jane Francis was chosen as moderator. Through expert guidance, the members have he- come skilled in the art of self-expression and ora- torical ability. The Society has participated in numerous tournaments. including those at Dart- mouth. Holy Cross. and the University of Vermont. 70 'if,.i hA,1 vgfiz j .i.5g g.i :gs gifie ives, ixg , ,,1h..wQ.,.g5?fg45 ww-W W- -- y L- z .- Catechetics Under the supervision of Sister Elizabeth, a small group of girls are trained each year to be Sacristans. This organization exists, to teach girls how to prepare the altar for Mass, and in other ways assist the priest in liturgical service. Catechetics is an organization. which seeks to fulfill the Diocesan requirement that lay catechists be trained to teach children in rural areas. This important and necessary group is also supervised by Sister M. Elizabeth. STANDING: B. Donahue. SEATED: J Forrest, M. McGuire, N. Harrington, J Senecal, S. Gauthier, B. Gilbar, J. Gilbar P. Hoth, D. Burgess, J. O'Brien. MODERATOR Sister Mary Elizabeth Sacristans at work 7l MWA rf, 513.1 I QL, 151 ' 1'1" i ' 1 ji 1 :YQ 2 fi 5 i1'f'T 5iZll+'lf3si,5 Gf'3sf'3Pl.e?35' YTE4 Yi? 5iii.iLl.ff5?i -iff? EAR E T ESS IS E THUSIASM EH , J' " ' -i BCHS Pep Club PEP CLUB OFFICERS To encourage and support our athletic teams, the Bennington Catholic High School Pep Club was formed: After election of officers. rules and regulations. were drawn up. These specifications made membership a privilege. With Father Lawton as moderator, the Pep Club conducted and sponsored many activities, includ- ing Pep Week to promote school spirit. SEATED: J can Short, Secretaryg Martha Wood, Presidentg Charlene Knapp, Vicc- President 3 Carol Warner, Treasurer. C. MODERATOR: Father Lawton, C.S. 72 Kitchen help .... LIBRARIANS SEATED: E. Stockman. STANDING: E. Donovan, D. Burgess, J. Cilbar, M. Wood, Sr. M. Monica, Librarian, J. LaCroix. SECOND ROW: B. Carey, J. Knapp, F. Burgess, E. James, J. Burgess. These are two areas in which students can show co- operation and assistance. Students as assistant librarians, help Sister Mary Monica in her tasks of checking books, arranging and cleaning the shelves and filing new books. In the morning before school, the facilities of the book- store are made available to the student body, through the helpfulness of those who sell these supplies. BOOK STORE BCHS GUILD L. Cross, S. Letourneau . ...Nw QW NJ ffltwii if I .The guild isian organization, whose primary purpose is to encourage good parent-teacher relations. They also aid the school financially by sponsoring certain activities such as the annual St. Patricks' Day Minstrel Show. 73 74 f ' I A! r X ii- -v4-7 1 W ' Vi-il Jil -A zz:-A W , MZ ,, ,gg A .':fw5vFf3w - A. x fs -MQsfi,i gs , .f gk ww 1 X6 Q -w f Q mwwmn ,SML-. ,v . ,W - Q fi, i- 'jf -ff .zxtqiri , 1 gpm, La. W Y ,xg ,A..,,. Sy!! " , 1 ,f ,x 4 wir ug- v, .f 6: , , ,...f1""l - L , ,. y 1 as . . A 1 , E17 X +- 1 f Q , , t ,, ., fx 'Nl r 3 Ba I 1. .'.' , ,, iff-'sfff2?-fix-12221-+3.1i1sif?s:ftirsLww siiilsw' Fr 5 V 4 - , X N ' ""A' 'N""f 1-SassyQfggrr-:.f.gg.'g.. za-:asssgg.i.t.1aai:at,,,.fe-1iltzsessjtyiwgggg+af.ssws,1p. R R VARSITY FUOTBALL-1959 FIRST ROW: J. Tomasi, M. Rancourt, H. Shea, J. Vince. M. Keith, W. Sennett, R. Vachon, J. Ratelle, R. Coutu. SECOND ROW: D. Tutro, E. Pendergast, .l. Corcoran, T. Toomey, M. Powers, V. Marcoux, E. l.eete. THIRD ROW: M. Boyer, J. O'Donnell, A. Plansky, li. King, T. Ste-nip, P. Clermont. FOURTH ROW: Coach Plourde, M. Kelley, C. Oatman, W. Walden, B. Niles, Coach Perrotta. The Solvers. losing seven of their starting eleven. were faced with the task of fielding a team to nieet the competition of the Marble Valley League. During the season they fell just under par with a three-win, four-loss league record. This year the BCHS squad won their first fall foliage game and brought to our school the coveted trophy. After accomplishing this feat at the hands of Burr and Burton by a score of 34-lil.. they beat Hartford and Poultney only to fall to defeat at the hands of the merciless Woodstock Wasps. Middlebury Tigers. and the Renhi Cats. Though the team fell short of their ambitions, they did produce a first string Marble League quar- terliuek. Eddie Penderffast. and a Donald Cranston Memorial trophy winner in Maurice Rancourt. Y" Next year the team returns with a good backfield and a mediocre line: with the necessary de- sire and interest. BCHS may well establish itself as a football power. BCHS RCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS 78 West Rutland Fair Haven . Burr and Burton Hartford . Poultney . , Woodstock . Middlebury Benhi . 20 13 16 0 7 27 l3 2-1 . - Q 7 ti: f fr. fszfef 5 x 4 11:1 ' - f f , -a E Q EMERSON T ANN CONNOR 6, :Q MAUREEN KEARNS VARSITY MARY JEAN HALEY CHEERLEADERS DONNA DELONG xx X KATHY DERMODY 5 f me f' , gn. PAT SHANAHAN ELAINE BESHARA RCI IS BCIIS BCIIS IICIIS BCIIS IICIIS BCIIS IICHS BCIIS BCIIS IICIIS BCIIS BCHS IICIIS IICIIS IICIIS 80 , .. , , , .,'- -. - , ,,... . ,.,. . I 7. 4,1 .,,...A , ,,...' - :Q -.:..v,-,iw . , V , , ..,, 'f-- Y .. ,,..,, . .. .C ru. fr, . I N0 UNE . . . . . i l JAMES COLLINS RICHARD KEOUCH BASKETBALL IIT Burlington ,, VARSITY 'IU St. iVlIl'llllf1l'S , IO Burr and Burton . , 55 Middlebury . , -II BPIIIII , -'ld I Benlii , ,, 113 Poultney W 7 , fl2 Fair Haven , 55 Cllf?-ICI' , 55 Brandon ,,,, 37 Ludlow , ,, 29 Bridgeport , ,, A10 W3lliIIgflTl'd , 65 Proctor , LIU Pittsford , ,, St. lVIichael's , . , FIRST ROW: E. St. John, M. Keith, W. Pellerin, J. Corcoran. SECOND ROW: D. Daigneault, C. Kipp, R. Cummings. THIRD ROW: G. Grover, R. Keough. FOURTH ROW: .I. Collins. CUACII PERROTTA MARTIN KEITII DENNIS DAICNEALT Joseph Morse, Ronald Marcoux MANAGERS 0 1 Q W if 3H if vii ,Yr ! , 4' -. W 3' A ,,"'fn's1V , ,sw 9, un. f 154.1 :.1fXfILi:AE-127.12 v1.JfQZ?ll7--igirgifvi Wli7fi'55SQWESH?!ii'?5iK?"lE395228535 J ' ' Ws yw.-J , '-151,111.1 figicjy, sg.zfwysyf-:.Eff.ev,Iff: Xfgowkg 'Qg J . V. BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: M. Hart, G. Allard, T. Tomasi, B. Hayes, C. Galipeau, S. Coyne. SECOND ROW: J. Griffin, P. Walker, B. Senna-ttf-, J. Tidd. THIRD ROW: T. Demo, P. Snyder. FOURTH ROW: T. Pello. 82 BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS Burlington ....,.,. St. Mikes ........., Burr and Burton Middlebury ....... . V... . Benhi . ...,.,,,, , Benhi ........., Poultney ......., . Fair Haven ...... Chester ,,,,....,. Brandon ...... Ludlow ..,.,.,.., ,. Wallingford ....... . , Proctor ,......, Pittsford ,.O.,O St. Mikes ..., ,nm ?'5S2fi4g2w2z' my 'aww E i ' Wm KATHLEEN ROBARE ' v NEISER y NWS JEAN MARCEAU, Captains 2,01 dy ML NN LV.CHEERLEADERS KATHLEEN HALEY SUSAN CONNOR 83 975911 'Hi' iN'iWN51s1r 201- M 84 PRESS BRAVELY ON WARD MOLLY STARK BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1959 l"lRS'l' ROW: l". Patten. ,l. Morse, Managers. SECOND ROW: M. Kelly, M. Caslin, M. Keith, E. King. THIRD ROW: R. Marcoux, .l. O'Donnell, C. Kipp. FOURTH ROW: E. Pendergast, W. Teichert. TOP: Coach Louis Pt-rrottu. 'I'ln- Bennington Catholic High School Sahers. under the mf-ntorship of Louis Perrotta. had a gmnl season dur- to outstanding pitching and well-lialaneed Club. Such powers as ,loe Giard. Ron- nie- lVlarf-oux. and Neil Strong along with the pitching of O'Donnell and Pendergast led the Sahers to their first lVlolly Stark Championship. Of the eight home games. two were of special interest: O'Donnell's no-hitter against Arlington and l,l'Ilflf'I'f1llSl,S one-hitter against North Bennington. Other pitchers of the season were Tony Planski and Butr-h Kipp. Ron lVlarcoux held the fort at home hase with his Catcher's mitt. All combined to give the Salwrs a 10-6 reeord. The Sahers are returning with less over-all power but with a very strong pitching corps which should give them a respectahle record and another Championship title. BCHS Williamstown .... ,,,, l 2 BCHS Leland and Gray 7 BCHS Wilmington . ,,,. , 4 BCHS Cranwell ..o... ., ..., . 15 BCHS Leland and Gray 20 BCHS North Bennington 0 BCHS St. Michaells H 7 BCHS Wilmington U 6 BCHS Benhi .,.,.,... 7 BCHS Arlington ,, ,S 3 BCHS Benhi . , ,.,.,,,, 2 BCHS Middlebury ,, 2 BCHS Arlington ...., . .... . 6 BCHS North Bennington 9 BCHS St. Michael's .... . ..... 1 BCHS Williamstown , ,.,. 10 J'-tL"L1-'Wi it fakiwii . . .,.,s,.sM4f4X it M w MW uw , N IN VAIN - WHITTIER Mwmihi in fa FIRST ROW: M. Robinson, K. King, S. O'Neil, P. Short, A. Scarey, A. Kuhn. SECOND ROW: C. Knapp, J. Short, R. Lemieux, J. Gauthier. THIRD ROW: K. Moore, J. Murray, M. McGuire. FOURTH ROW: J. LaCroix, E. Paquin. GIRLS, SOFTBALL TEAM BCHS ..,............. BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS RECORD Burr and Burton North Bennington Burr and Burton Arlington ............ Leland and Gray GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM MOLLY STARK CHAMPIONS BCHS LLL.LLL.L.L.LLL. BCHS L...,.....,..,.. BCHS .......,....,.e. BCHS ..L..L...LLLLLLL BCHS eeeeee.ee.e.eeee BCHS BCHS BCHS BCHS RECORD Arlington .,.,,,,. Alumnae ............. Bellows Falls Wilmington ...... Leland and Cray Benhi ...............,. Arlington ,......,.., Leland and Cray Whitingham ..,.... FIRST ROW: M. Cendron, M. Robinson,',I. K. Moore SECOND ROW: C. Knapp, R. Lemieux, S. O'Neil, J. Murray THROUGH WORSHIP "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God." The most certain way to xbecome one of God's chosen children is to approach peace through the Peacemaker Himself, Jesus Christ. Only spiritual con- tentment, at peace with one's Creator, can ensure peace to those who seek it. , Privileged students in a Catholic high school, hav- ing been properly trained toward our eternal goal, we now set forth to test our spiritual strength in this pagan world. We are God's instruments in gaining for ourselves and others the contentment we all seek. There is but one final goal, one supreme challenge in this life, and that is the salvation of our immortal souls. Gratefully, then, we embrace the truths we have been taught at Bennington Catholic School. Henoeforth, may we take all steps through worship, with reverence, in peace, toward Christ our Peace and our Salvation. .....u-ut.. 5 I M14 SNK, , , 5 f K, KX Ti x 5 5 ff Se xx gf. - S 3' 98 - ?Qgx..., JA XSS 15 X is Q A wigs? My I, LW A7111- wh 5 : 5 .www ,limi f v N1 This time is called a retreat. lt is a period of spiritual inspec- tion, of looking inward and up- ward, of examining our goal, and our means of attaining it. We ask ourselves how we have lived, posi- 1 tively or negatively, in regard to our eternal lifeg how we have used or misused Codas help, the sacraments and graces, and how we have measured up to the Standards expected of good Cath- Students reflect on spiritual literature olics. Through Mass. confessions, communions. spiritual readings and conferences, a rebirth of true joy, a clear con- science, and an appreciation ofthe truth is realized. The students learn that what is gained, does not end with the final exercise of the retreat: rather it must remain as the fulfillment of the resolution to lead a better life. Father Comney gives Apostolic Blessing l it -.. tr . li , . , A I 1 fp :g,fg:s..4se W LET 'I'HF,'RFJ RE PEACE n isa F U U ' 'H '7',,'4x ., N .ve Senior Cahinet receive Communion We cannot love that which we do not know: we cannot give to others that which we do not possess ourselves. Throughout our education we have been impressed with the value of frequent re- 3 i J 1 90 Confessions ception of confession and Communion. We have been given the opportunity to receive the special effects associated with the re- ception of the Sacraments: The peace and clearness of conscience received from Penance. the joy and unity with God from the Holy Eucharist. Knowing the influence we have on others by our example. it is not only help- ful but necessary, that we form the ex- cellent habit of frequenting these channels of grace. To do so will make our actions a reflection of the Christian principles and values which these sacraments foster. . LET IT BEG1 WITH ME l 5 Bishops' relief fund Students visit the Blessed Sacrament The chapel provides unlimited spiritual opportunities for the student body. Be- sides daily visits to the Blessed Sacrament, the chapel is used on special occasions, for the conferring of ashes, the blessing of throats and the meditation on the Stations of the Cross. During Lent a collection is held for the Bishops' Relief. The proceeds are usedlto help the world-wide needy, underprivileged children. Each homeroom competes in the campaign for the highest sum donated. It is but one of the many ways through which we can practice the virtue of charity. Blessing of throats 9 I OUR LADY OF WISDOM As students of a school dedicated to our Blessed Mother. under the title of Our Lady of Wisdtwm. we have come to regard her with a special affection and devotion. To remind us of her constant. loving presence a shrine in the entrance of the school has been 1-ref-ted and special devotions are held in her honor. Throughout our daily classes we invoke her aid in matters of scholastic achievement. Leaving school we pray her mercy. grace. protection, and bountiful assistance shall continue to flirt-ct us in our aim of hringringr peace in the truth. charity, and justice of Christ to all people. SACRED HEART Co - OFFICERS .I hort . 7,,,,,Y7...,Y,....7777..,7. Treasurer M Hancourt ,,,,77, ,,....7,77, P resident D Maillet .,,77 7...,7 V ice President C Betlt .e.7, .,,,,7,. S ecretary y ee e e e e r r r r e e r e r V-41,1 . H A- 4-sail ss 'iw-as Fw 'xv' K iifffls X -.v .es we Q-+Yfs112'fmsv2 viii?it-s2"f,-,i1fs:+w :Le.f1.fQ5'frfis,z.wf,1 r'Hs5f:Uwff-:fff'ft f'fwlift'-f'HF:iJ"ff wears sa " g ezrwifma at-Q .ffm W1 mg gy, . 1 --"- , Q The two Bennington parish Catholic Youth Organizations are comprised of high school students, organized for the purpose of spiritual development. The organization originally, before our Cath- olic High School was built, existed to insure the spiritual strength of Catholic students who were unable to receive Catholic secondary education. With its aim being spiritual development, its exercises are concentrated on cultivating and fulfill- ing the spiritual lives of its members. Observances of Holy Hours and Communion Sundays play an important role in the carrying out of its aim. Spiritual and Corporal works of mercy are also among the exercises promoted. Once a year, in a designated period, observance of a National Cath- olic Youth Week is held. During this week daily Mass and Communion are encouraged. C.Y.O. is not, however, without its social side. Dances, parties, and other forms of entertainment are sponsored. While with the completion of Catholic High School the need for a Catholic Youth Organization has decreased, it is still an excellent opportunity for the public expression of our faith. ST. FRANCIS C.Y.O. OFFICERS E. Beshara . .. . .. Treasurer K. Hogan . , . President C. Winslow . .. . Secretary B. LaDue . Vice Preszdenl LET US HAVE PEACE U GRANT LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH KLET IT BEGIN WITH MED By Sy Miller and Jill Jackson Let there be peace on earth And let it begin with meg Let there be peace on earth The peace that was meant to be With God as our Father, Brothers all are we. Let me walk with my brother In perfect harmony. Let peace begin with me, Let this be the moment now. With every step I take, Let this be my solemn vowg To take each moment And live each moment In peace eternally. Let there be peace on earth And let it begin with me. X. , , ii 5 1 A 1 s if 3 Y ? 3 A 1 3 i S s. is L GF H T S fi '1 is if Q , k 'f 5 . ,Q z I ,, x s ' , . , 1 1 .3 4 Q' Q 1 - V s2'f 3 5 if 'ff-21 45 A ,. if L ? ' ' R I . , .- J S , , S2 i YEL, f? ' 5 : H ' Q, 1. zm . gn, r .. 1 A 1 .' I Ao' - '55 2" 5 1- if T 3 , . I 1 2' 4 2 - Q' 1 , A r 5 y W M, L 95 MAY GOD BLESS AND YEARBOOK PATRONS Rt. Reverend Monsignor Thomas J. Burke Reverend Gerard M. Brennan Reverend Anthony Brackett Reverend William Dignan Reverend W. John Fradet Holy Cross Fathers Holy Cross Novitiate Mr. and Mrs. Hector Betit Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allen Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowdle and Son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cardinal Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Clermont Mr. and Mrs. John Collins Mr. and Mrs. John P. Connors Mr. and Mrs. John Dermody and Family Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge Elmore Mrs. George Flood Dr. and Mrs. Howard T. Guare Mr .and Mrs. John P. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jepson Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kearns Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keith and Family Mr. and Mrs. Earl King Mrs. Loretta LaDue Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Leahy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Letourneau Mrs. Loretta Levine Mr. and Mrs. Larry Longtin Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Mahar Mr. and Mrs. Roland Marcoux and Family Gerald M. Morrissey, Inc. Mr. Thomas Murphy and Family Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nowike and Family Mr. and Mrs. John W. O'Donnell, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Patten Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pinsonneault Mr. and Mrs. John P. Proud Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Plansky Mr. Abe Ruskin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sears Mrs. Anna Shalala Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shanahan Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Francis Tomasi Mrs. Arthur Van Gorden Mr. and Mrs. William Walden Mr. and Mrs. John L. Whalen Miss Marion Webber Mr. and Mrs. Ellis D. Winslow Mr. and Mrs. George Allard Mr. and Mrs. William Bakaitis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beaudoin Mrs. Catherine C. Behan Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beshara Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bourgeois Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Briody Mrs. Mable Burke Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Cardinal and Family Mrs. James Carelli Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Basil Caslin Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Caslin Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Colliano Mr. and Mrs. James Connell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Earl Coonradt and Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. George Coutu Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cross Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Daigneault Mr. Mathew J. Dailey Mr. and Mrs. William Deery Mr. and Mrs. James DeLong Mr. and Mrs. George Donovan Mr. and Mrs. Myron Earley Mr. and Mrs. Francis Eddy Mr. Anthony Gauthier Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gendron Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Grande Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haley Mr. and Mrs. David Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hayden Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Henry Mr. and Mrs. William Hewson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Higgins Mr. and Mrs. G. Francis Hoag Mrs. Aurelia Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Michael J . Hogan Mrs. Bern Hollister Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurley ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ingham Mrs. Joseph E. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson Mrs. Irene J oly Mr. Bradford Jones Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones Mr. and Mrs. John Just RE WARD YOU ETERNALLY Mr. and Mrs. William Keleher Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Michael Keough Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kipp Mrs. Philip Knapp Mr. and Mrs. LaCroix Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lanoue Mr. and Mrs. Leon Leete Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marceau Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Margolin Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. George McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGurn Mr. and Mrs. Edward Midurski Mr. and Mrs. E. Morse Mrs. Edward Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oakes Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Paquin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pello, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Perrott Mrs. Frank Pilling Mr. and Mrs. William Plante Mr. and Mrs. John Raby Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rancourt Mrs. Margaret A. Ray Mr. and Mrs. James Renton Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rose Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sausville Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sausville Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J . Schneski Mrs. Daniel Scarey Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Senecal Mr. and Mrs. William C. Sennett Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shippey Mr. and Mrs. Merton Snow, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Sumner Mrs. Arthur Teichert Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tetreault Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toomey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vachon Mr. and Mrs. Michael J . Vince, Sr Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Virta Mr. and Mrs. Irving Webster Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wheeler Miss Mable Wright Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Wyman A Basketball Fan Q. 144-14 Q Ejmwz 'S 13. is tl VUSQD AJP CVO T . wq ' . J TPV Ja, f Say .JRQ Go EW5Vf7Mr'N I-"'Yf S A nnet+! FfI'fI7i,S Ls LJ' r'bi'lQ K' gp ' yffrz' FBTT' ' Ya Ii Ifonr-19 FT, if L if -2- -f -1 ' 1' .il , -L , N 1 . . X - f- Y L -: '44 Ar. I 5 Q . .fwlfl , L 1 ' kl' A Ax' A Q lfia z . 3Tt2.'w, ft ' 'K ,ff VT .Train 5 k I Peter S. li-icrgfwl 'ru 'N xy SF C Y V0 Owl? L- M' rw f LJ. fifxip v 'iw 'U 413.453 K, I ,s 5'M ""' Q bf K gan wgf, ,rug Ap xl I' Z" .'-A fi , ' if i- 5 A f QQMN if J L,x 'NIM aa . . X190 A 3 ,. -, YN ling U05 . YF ,ix L'g .W W? PEACE BE STILL NOTE OF THANKS The 1960 "Monument" has gone to press. Those hectic hours and numerous meetings will soon be only memories, as we glance through the finished product. We, the co-editors, know only too well that this publication could never have been a reality, without the expert assistance we have received. Editing this book has been the most valuable and rewarding experience of our high school career. Our pride in the culmination of the publication has been the compensation for our work and disappointments. What were oncelideas in our minds, will now be pages in this book. It has been a great joy to have experienced the privilege of creating a memory book for the class of 1960. As co-editors, we will always be indebted to all those who in any way have made this book possible. To Taylor Publishing Co. we would like to express our thanks for easing our path and producing a superior quality book. Special thanks to their New England representative, Mr. Sawyer Lee, for his help during the initial stages of the book. Our gratitude especially goes out to Lloyd Studio for their excellent photography, advice and time. Sister Scholastica, our advisor, has been our source of support, assistance, and encouragement. To her, we extend our heartfelt thanks. Layout problems were readily solved under the capable guidance of Beverly Petrelis, and for this we are indebted to her. Both the competent business and production staff have helped to complete this hook, and only through their sacrifices and co-operation could it have been com- pleted. We thank the entire student body for their interest and support in purchas- ing our book. Last but certainly not least, we deeply thank you, our patrons and sponsors, with- out whose financial sacrifices this letter could never have been written. May God reward you for your endeavors on our behalf. With this letter, we complete the final page and close the book of memories for the class of 1960. May God be with us all and grant us the successful future to which we so earnestly aspire. Barbara Murphy Patricia Shanahan C0-EDITORS-1960 "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me." .A L 1 ISF. rn I . ,Tx w L' Ji-Nu- L14 1 . x Q .f 1 MN' xy 4 v v 4 an r ,vs x 4-1 fa ., .L - N41 www V193 ,'3:. ...-if : 1.. ' ,,, . ' w:f?4.' ' .fiiil V 'if . 2,1 v. .--U,-M . . ,f -1 - ..-,' 1-3 -ug ' pm,-i l,XxrY w. v ,, ,V ag, -.LXR 1, f fer- ', , i X N IM - Nh' 1' N 1 .- .J- . qmaihaii' Qs , J., V. 'mu' Jw.-.-, .1 X -nz, -f. M.. f V.-,.-41.im.nM1.ueiAim4iiiu. , ,.,. , .w L.-n' A J.. 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