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Page 22 text:
New School Evonics
ABOVE: Paul Currier fllj, Mr. Bill Ranta, Mr. Ron Currier, Mr.
Norman Eigner, Mike Benton fl2l, Scott Raigner QQT, and Mr. Bill
Hryciw fl ll show off their facial hair prior to the 76'er contest.
TOP LEFT: One of the potato heads that performed at a pep
assembly. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Richard Lodwig, counselor, Sergio
Righetto U lj, and Jose Gonzales U lj, exchange students, and
Mr. John Vingelen, counselor, pose for farewell picture. MIDDLE
RIGHT: PTA ladies work at refreshment booth during 76'er.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Speech class provides a humorous reading for
the Christmas program.
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Page 23 text:
Outdoor School Provides. Fun.,
Training In Responsibility
Outdoor School Counseling is a program open to those
sophomores, iuniors, and seniors interested in helping
sixth graders from the Portland area at Outdoor School.
Applications are taken and reviewed, and only a select
number of students are chosen. These students then fake
orientation seminars, which brief them about their
specific duties at Outdoor School.
There are five camps which make up the entire
program. They are Howard, Trout Creek, Collins, Canby
Grove, and Adams. Sixth graders from throughout the city
are divided as to when and where they will go. There are
four sixth grade classes at one time at a camp.
All high school counselors have their own respon-
sibilities. The organize the movement of activities and
the conduct ofthe sixth graders.
Bill Haase fill, when asked how fun and interesting the
program is, remarked "It's a blast!"
Kimball Organ Provides
Benson's auditorium houses one of Portland's largest
pipe organs. The maiority of students at Benson do not
realize this fact, yet a small number take advantage of the
instrument and use it daily.
The Kimball pipe organ was purchased with city and
student body funds back in I937. The money the city
donated could have been used to purchase extra campus
space in back of C-wing, but the money was shifted to
help pay for the organ.
The organ has been used for various presentations and
gatherings held in the Benson auditorium, as well as
occasional uses at past Tech shows, 49'ers, and school
TOP LEFT: Sixth grade girls are busy with their Outdoor School
breakfast cooked outdoors on "hobo stoves". MIDDLE: OUTDOOR
SCHOOL COUNSELORS. FIRST ROW: Bob Bragg H015 Don McGin-
ness flllg Bob Sernett fI2ig Neal Dietz f9l: Doug Johnston UU,
Donald Clemson illl. SECOND ROW: Kevin Peterson iI2lg Erik
Ludlow iIOjg James McArthur filly Jerry Ketel itll: Keith Dix
QIOJ: Dan Leopard H255 Merlyn Amick U Il. THIRD ROW: James
LaBaugh H255 David Enyeart fill: John Shoemaker 1125: Jeff
Strachan fl Il: David Lamp il Il: Brian Keltz il ll: Bill Haase il lj,
Jeff Meyers fl lj. LOWER LEFT: Student reads sheet music as he
plays onthe Kimball pipe organ.
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