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To many people, just as to The animals,
winter is a time of hibernation. It means a slow-
ing down of social activity, less ambition, and
a Tolerance of uncomfortable weather. Not so
in high school, and especially at Bentley. Time,
even during the cold winter months, is con-
sidered too valuable to waste.
Every student, as well as many people of
The community, awaited The T956-57 basketball
season eagerly. When it finally arrived, the
games proved just as thrill-packed as Those of
past years. Each senior was particularly re-
luctant to bid basketball farewell, since it was
his last opportunity to view The games as a
Bentleyite. As has been The custom, There was
a sock-hop after each home game. These were
sponsored by The classes, student council,
journalism, and The Junior Historical Society.
The coming of Christmas vacation found The
student and Teacher alike experiencing that cer-
tain special feeling which comes aT no other Time
of the year. During This week and a half, each
person celebrated The holidays with family and
friends. Although There was little snow during
vacation, plenty fell later, Everyone Took ad-
vantage of The weather as much as possible.
Several week-ends of skating, Tobogganning,
and skiing were enjoyed by all who joined in the
When spring came everyone was glad, but a
little sad too, since winter had brought so many
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Taking time out from the busy whirl of everyday life, Greg Kaiser and
Evelyn Smith look to the more meaningful side of the Christmas season.
They are worshipping at St. Michael's Church in Rosedale Gardens.
Many of the Bentley students attended Christmas services at various
churches throughout the community. Dave Snarey, Don Pierce, Joyce
Brooke, Joyce Raymond, and George King observe the Yuletide at
St. Paul's Presbyterian Church.
School kept most of the students A3 7
very busy, but during Christmas
vacation they took advantage of
the snow and ice. Tom Romanow,
Eileen Jacobs, and Tom Conway '
enioy an afternoon of skating at
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A happy group of sophomores gather to "ring out the old and ring in the
new". They are: Tony Petrilli, Randy Yancy, John Champ, Sharon Lewis
Bob Fishbach, and Janet Boyce.
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