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Page 26 text:
Their final gestures as students ct Bentley High School were mode
by Sharon Lamb and Wayne Gray as they turned in their cops and
gowns to Mr. Hartman the morning after commencement.
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All of the line things which are typical of Bentley High
School were also typical of Mr. Frederick G. Tuttle,
a member of our faculty until the automobile accident
which claimed his life early last October. His obvious
friendliness, sincerity, and ability gained him the
affection and respect of his fellow teachers and of
class after class of Bentley students.
Individually, his friends have their special memories.
Collectively, they recall evidences of his versatile
talents: his efficient classrooms, his expert handling of
senior business as class sponsor, his vociferous and
loyal support of all Bentley activities, his good cheer,
his flawless grooming and his tact in relationships with
And they remember, too, his talent for enioying life,
his sense of pure fun. He lived ioyously. He laughed,
sang, joked. Athletically he was a participant as well
as a spectator. He bowled, skiied, swam, sailed, he
spent summers as a camp counselor.
Because Mr. Tuttle exemplified the superior "quality
quotient" of Bentley High School, and because these
are the wonderful ways in which we will all remember
him, it is to him that we dedicate the l96O Pioneer.
Our Mr. Tuttle found fun in everything. Below. he
enioyed dinner in Washington with other Bentley
faculty-sponsors of the 1959 Senior class trip. Upper
right, he was an avid and expert fan of sail-boatingp
and lower right, at a Bentley pep assembly he was
always devotedly vocal to Bulldog fortunes.
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ERE THEY ARE: Bentley's seniors-the
result of three years of learning in an
atmosphere of quality-in the classroom, in
a variety of activities, in sports.
Each senior has contributed a part of himself
to make Bentley the first-rate school it is,
and also to give his years here a special and
lasting place among his fondest memories.
Sandy Schaffer, secretary of the
Class of l960, was typically
proud of her diploma.
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