Bentley High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1957

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Page 73 text:

GLID Y S0 When the Chrnstmas season drew near a gradual change of atmosphere occurred throughout the halls and classrooms of Bentley Teachers and students alzke looked forward to a vacation for many reasons Some were eager to get back to the wnnter sports sknng skatung and tobogganlng others were glad to be free of correctang papers or studues All were anxlous to experuence the warmth of Chrlstmastune and to greet the New Year Many of Bentleys students attended church serv lces on Christmas eve unltrng thenr hearts In the true spmt ot yuletrde Atter all the excxtement-of Chnst mas day was over nearly everyone was dlsappomted an the lack of snow The skatrnq was good however Duck Noble and Cyndy Pnbbanow walk the sweeping road to the future and wonder what ut holds for them and many Bentleyxtes spent hours skvmmnnq over the Ice On New Year s eve old frsends gathered together to talk over the holiday partues bud farewell to the past year and look forward to a promussng l957 Whnle New Years day was spent queetly at home by some of the students others met wnth fnends and relatlves to end the Christmas season The second ot January found each person back In the dauly routnne of classes actavntnes and homework Chrlstmas lewelry skirts sweaters and shirts ap peared on nearly all the students Everyone returned wlth the happnness which was a carry over from the holldays and wrth a determnnatuon to keep the resolutuons which had been broken last year The holndays are usually fulled wlth many social actuvntles Partles are always very popular and these students seem to be enloymg themselves at one of the many hollday gatherings as ..d, amaze-ne Yr Jraywifoaa New ecwafzedaan. Q I . . . A . , , ' r . , . . . , , , 1 l 1 0 I r D I . . , . . . , , . 1 . . . . ' I I I - I ' 1 I I - , 1 . Q 1 ? es, T A- E, rl 7 M , . . ,G . . . . . . V1 ' 1 rn. A '..', S l "ff P . . L P 1, g . 3 1 my , Y , ff lx x f N -,--- . i...s. --... - A---- 6 0 0 0 o e ' ' 1 sl ' VT , K ' 1 A 0 ' . IQ 'QM W W VH, V V- -sr 91-,

Page 72 text:

'I if E 'ir 2? ga jk T 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. .44 , .ahh ting 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 Bell Creek. 16 if J sg., X glgyq'-L -I , I 'K v - .X 'Q 'TT i X . ,, 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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Paul John Bush pulls down a rebound for the seniors. Jim Miller and Eldon Dillon go up for the opening tip-off in the iunior- sophomore game. SE ioR - FACULTY AM Probably the most anticipated basketball game The faculty seemed to have made the correct predic- of the year was the Senior-Faculty game. This year, tion, for they won 58-14. Many remarks were over- as in the past, the evening was filled with real en- heard during halftime. Perhaps the most frequently tertainment. The activity about the school began a heard was "Teachers certainly do look different on a few days in advance of this game when teachers and basketball court than in a classroom!" students alike predicted as to the game's outcome. I 5 Upper left: The cheering section for the seniors was full of vim and vigor. They lead the section in yelling "Yea team." The senior cheerleaders were: Joan Gannon, Mary Miles, Vivian Thomas, Marcia Ericson, Judy Flanagan, and Delores Plumley. Upper right: The iunior cheerleaders led their team to victory with many peppy cheers such as this one. The cheerleaders were Eleanor Nielson, Carol Conrad, Diane Kaiser, Marcia Mead, Bonnie Robinson, Lillian Maki, Doris Krzywkowski, and Linda Baugh. Left: John Jacobs goes up for a lump shot and scores two more points for the seniors.

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