Benson Polytechnic High School - BluePrint Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1976

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-annum I H .I . Z' ' X x 14 tw hx' k .1 5 lu . it t X Everyone Keeps Busy In Business Education In addition to typing the Business Education department offered students a variety of basic skill subiects. New this year was Personal Finance, a course required under the new graduation requirements. This course enabled students to learn the basics of check writing, bookkeeping and income tax preparation. To aid in teaching this subject Mr. Forrest Dalrymple, Miss Elizabeth Kanelis, Mrs. Patricia Kosderka and Mrs. Marthiel Miller aided Mrs. Mary Anne Hamilton in the classroom prepara- tion. Mrs. Judith Dunlap was a part-time teacher in the department spending one-half day at Franklin. Also offered was accounting and business law. ABOVE: Henry Chin and another student do practice exercises from typing book. TOP LEFT: Typing class students try to avoid er rors in a timed exercise. TOP RlGHT: Student concentrates on one of last book exercises. BOTTOM: Mrs. Dunlap adiusts her glasses prior to typing a ditto. 102 - :ua.., st sie ' .. sec , -. ..-.. X ,gf s ii gs, .1 W, .qs w e sf Q sg .3 'R X s ,., . er Q sr is A f 32: . ,amass ig? ,..f.,, 3. ,, .ii .Q gee. i V 'a isis . , f 1 1 i iw ,- Kif. , 'ts ns.. 35 fs- ig i r wrt 5 K . Q c. ilwilf egpgjy 'ff N ,Q ew .ss ft Gs F 'F t- . 5 i Y ie ,ft we 1 Lies. 5 .- ss gf If . er ' .s . N :s S. 5 , t f . 7 it P ill - if .c .1 T 4 fro- .K

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5 If .suv is Upperclaeernen Learn Pine Pointe About U.S. History. Government Social Studies classes this year continued to offer students a far-reaching yet comprehensive program in the study of European affairs and history, United States History, and American affairs. A great deal of informa- tion was available for students' use, which includes the various class texts, reference manuals in the classrooms, and large sections of books in the library. Juniors enrolled in United States History studied the complete development of our country, from the first colonists and the Revolutionary War through modern times. The book used by all classes is 'History Of A Free People'. The development of government and in- dustry was analyzed, with special attention given to the election process. Seniors went into more detail with their analysis of American government. This was an off year as far as national elections were concernedp during an election year the seniors study parties and platforms and in- dividual candidates. The book used by seniors is 'Government ln A Free Republic'. Teachers in the Social Studies department at Benson know a great deal about each of their specific areas. The teachers include Mr. Robert Schroeder, iuniorsy Mr. Dan Robinson, seniors: Mr. Harold Rowe, iuniors, Mr. William Hryciw, seniors, Mr. Forrest Dalrymple, juniors, Mr. John Bergan, iuniors and seniorsg and Mrs. Shirlee Ray, iuniors and seniors. V UPPER LEFT: Mr. John Bergan listens as his senior social studies class answers his oral quiz. MIDDLE RIGHT: Ken Wong U21 pauses for camera while doing required work for o social studies teacher's aid. BOTTOM RIGHT: Portion of bulletin board used as part of teaching aid for Mr. Robert Schroeder's iunior social studies classes. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Robert Schroeder looks elsewhere while discussing an assignment with Gloria Wallberg fl ii. F F lJi.l'lOCRACY Tlilllg . s . -lOl-



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Night School Offers Optional ,Classes Those students attending Benson's Night School found it not so easy to get into the program as it seems. ln order to get in, students must fill outa letter of Permission form. There are 350 forms on file. After the third week of night school, the forms are not accepted, and classes are closed to those wishing to register. The students arein regularly-required classes, such as social studies, English, various shops, and others. Sophomores can take iunior classes if they want to, although it is not recommended. However, the final decision is entirely up to the school. According to Mr. Fiskum, there are twenty-four Benson students and seven Benson teachers at night school. The teachers are Mr. Atterberry, Mr. Stiff, and Mr. Higby, teaching automotive, Mr. Browning and Mr. Franz, teaching science, Mr. Richardson, teaching art, and Mr. Thomas, teaching English. BOTTOM: Lois Margeta, student secretary of Night School, gains skills that will help her after she graduates. MIDDLE : Night School students wait for the teacher to make a future assignment. TOP: Mr. Duane Fiskum, principal of Night School, works the registration table during registration in the library. He is assisted by Mrs. Edith Scott, secretary, who is usually found in the annex building. ' ' Students. Teachers Get Involved Mrs. Edith Vose, teacher for communication skills. The Photography Club, consisting of fifteen members, met every Tuesday for about an hour and a half in room El09. Business was conducted twice a month. The rest of the time was spent in the darkroom. Members worked on their own photography during this time, A few contests were sponsored for club members only and the officers arranged for several guest speakers. "There was a Photography Club several years ago but the students," according to Mr. Small, photography teacher, "lost interest so he saw no reason to offer it." ABOVE: Bikes are often the only means of transportation for students wanting to get to school. They also provide much enioy- ment by allowing get-togethers for extended trips to the beach, to the mountains, or iust,to the river. BELOW: After graduation Ftany students decide to serve in some branch of the armed orces.

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