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Assist In Boolrroom
The small room next to the library, known to most of the
students as the "Bookroom" is not the smallest room in the
school. It has in its possession over 525,000 worth of textbooks,
periodicals and audio visual equipment.
Mrs. Jean Haberman, the superviser, along with two students
each period, kept the bookroom running smoothly. Mrs.
Haberman trained the students and together they kept track of
books, audio visual equipment and other materials checked out.
They also kept track of any fines the students acquired during
the year for books.
The students behind the counters of the Benson
Cafeteria hold the title of "Cafeteria Helpers". These
volunteers work through the 5th and 6th period lunch and
are paid o lunch for their assistance.
Although some students grumble, these students aid the
regular cafeteria personnel so more efficient service can
be offered to the students during their lunch period.
Several students also work in the faculty lunchroom
dispensing food and stacking dishes and trays for the
The next time you are served by a student cafeteria
helper be sure they know that you appreciate their help
because they help to keep costs down to the student.
TOP RIGHT: Tom Dodd U21 works in the cafeteria. TOP LEFT: Brian
Anderson U01 takes down on order. MIDDLE LEFT: Cookies were a
favorite of both students and faculty. BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Jean
Haberman pretends she is having a good time.
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The Thespian Club holds meetings at Monroe High
School, and is under the supervision of Mrs. Barbara
Hallcrafi, drama teacher. Aciivities over the year include
the Thespian Conference and the acting competition in
which the members competed. Severol members par-
ticipated in Monroe's two play produciions, "Goodbye Mr.
Fancy", and "Paiama Game".
Members from Benson include Paul McDonald, Terry
Taule, and Kelly McCune.
ABOVE: Paul McDonald, member of The Thespians. TOP LEFT:
THESPIANS - ROW I: Michael Brown, Kelly Chatanaugh, Jayne
Roskamp, and Grace Maldonado. ROW 2: Denise Fuller, Dana
Jensen, Laurie Morgan, and Linda Hanson. ROW 3: Paul
McDonald, Terry Toule, Nona Axsom, Brenda Wilmer, Kelly Mc-
Cune, and Sharon Mann. BOTTOM LEFT: Jerra Brown tries on
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Students Learn Bornpuier Basics
"The Aardvark Software Development Society was
started about five years ago by outstanding scholars who
were interested in computer programming," stated Mike
Kisor, president. He also feels the club should try to ex-
pand and help new people who are interested in com-
Every year a National Computer Science contest is held
by AEDS fAssociation of Educational Data Systemsj. Of
three entries Benson students have had two first place
awards in their division and one runner-up. One was Dave
Minicosy, 1973, whose winning proiect was a Fortran
Simulator, and Glenn Sage whose 1975 wining entry was
his own study on computer language. Frank Barbaris was
the runner-up the some year.
The club meets on the average every two weeks ac-
cording to the original constitution which is now currently
The members work on Aardvark computer projects, ad-
mittance of new members, and several current proiects.
The club tried to recycle computer paper and collected
glass bottles with proceeds going toward the purchase of
new equipment, The club advises Mr. Harlan Henry on
equipment but Mr. Henry makes the final decision.
A computer maior is being planned for the future with
the first stage at the sophomore level scheduled for the
1977-78 school year. There were eight students enrolled in
the Aardvarks this year. These were Mike Kisor, president
Steve Spears, vice-president,Mike Beckerman, secretary
Bob Anderson, treasurerg Frank Barberis, Willis Chin
Steve Gotthardt, Bill Haase, Erik Lillvik, and Glenn Sage.
TOP LEFT: Grant Lawrence U11 inserts a program into the com-
puter terminal and watches very carefully for the computer rep-
ly. CENTER LEFT: Bob Anderson 1121 inputs a program into the ter-
minal and scans the print out sheet for the answer. BOTTOM LEFT:
Glen Sage U21 inputs a program and receives information and
advice. BOTTOM RlGHT: THe Aardvarks get caught by the lens of
the Blueprint camera.
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