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

 - Class of 1985

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'M-5 U .51 , s I hd K l l D ellgn ben? 0 an 5 YOU 9 Wfmpff -1. x . Q V, . 'i-,OL Il "ff" ,f--f-' 1 vit? 7-V Blood Drive Finishes With Over 100 Units The Blood Drive started with the setting up of carts, lawn chairs, and the most important blood pouches. After all this, the Red Cross staff and medical students were open for business. It started at 8:30 a.m. and lasted until 2:30 p.m. The medical students involved were seniors Terri White, Terriann Kimmey, Dana Dean, Shannon Goetz, Carrie Rutls, Nancy l-laack, DeAnn Strlcklin, Valerie Sims, Michelle McLaughlin, Janet Reese, Chi Vu, and Vicki Bailey. There were also junior medical students helping out the Red Cross staff. They were Jacki Van Zee, Paula Surratt, and Tammie Carlson. People came from all corners of Benson to give. There were 112 students and teachers that gave one unit of blood. The Benson goal was 100 units. "I was proud of the medical students because they handled themselves well and for the good turnout of donors," proclaimed Mrs. June Conway, medical teacher. ul was surprised by the outcome of those who came to donate blood. I thought the blood drive went well," commented Teri White. A. BLOOD DRIVE PERSONNEL- Dan Clark 1121, Carrie Rutis 1121, Nancy l-laack 1121, Shannon Goetz 1123, Chi Vu 1125, and Michelle McLaughlin 1121. K ohapdrn! l missed 'the vein! 711 SRP I 6 . ,fu-. X ,f YXQO xl ' Q, x S 'X ffi. f OX PDGA . L, 'Gio f 90 1- 0 I .XX , . Vg Xb. it 1 , .232 --X N" yi xx , - ' I J A,-y' x . C .1 NX , 3 4 K X 1 5 -,X -1 J... XX: I x N .f V fx! ' Y X X, f Hgfftlv f 1 , X 3 x , .if I vt ' - N- V, ,' ' h . x F- -- xx.. It jf Y' I J 'T vi' F1 fr V Ir! ,ij V 1 , gc- : ' 1" ff P1 I I X ,f f 1 1. . 1 ,.f" If ff w jx X I fx., .J mf 1 , . X , 'X ,K .f-,-. - fr r 7 TlltE BLATANTLY PLAGIARISTIC SIDE S Buckwheat hatesbig needles... V. j Page 9

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Benson'S Councilors aintain LOW Profile The student government maintained a low profile this year. While they did not perform any major services for the community, they managed to organize several activities, including the first prom ever held for Benson juniors. A freshman dance was cancelled, but the council had generally good success with most of their plans. Next year's government promises to attract an even more bountiful crop of young leaders than there were this year. A. Student Body President Jeff Wong. B. Student Council officers: Mike Miller 1123, Marshawn Boyd 1103, Jeff Wong 1123, Emelie Ortiz 193, Susan Groh 1123, Ken Leung 1123. C. Ken Leung, Senior Class President. D. Rachel White, Junior Class President. E, Marshawn Boyd, Sophomore Class President. F. Mike Miller, Student Body Vice-President. G. Sophomore Class officers - Bao Linh Phan, Greg Mason, Carolyn Baldwin, Marshawn Boyd. H. Junior Class officers - Rachel White, Frank Lane, Dominic Starr, Kiki Meletis. and Tunisia Sadruddin. 3. . -: . wt W f- -. t 5 'g gs , , - 1, . W ' xi Q .. Y if f . " . " ' 'ir if 5 .. ' I K .. A . 1 5? S ' . ,k.k ,b ng 1 9 . . I 1 S A-..,: S H L.. A 4-I fa...- Page 8



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Student Store, Nook, Stockroom Fill Needs On your way to lunch you may have noticed a person standing behind a counter at the base of the stairs eagerly waiting to sell the various snacks displayed behind the counter display case. The person was probably a member of either the Senior or Junior National Honor Society which ran the little goody shop called "The Nook". "I think it was a good way to earn money for the NHS," smiled Wendy Yu 1121, "the funds went towards scholarships and charity." One of the competitive adversaries of "The Nook", however, was the candy machine located in front of the stockroom. This brought students in contact with the stockroom nearly every day. The stockroom was run by Mr. Jerry Davis and it featured many popular items needed for shops at Benson such as: safety glasses, aprons, coveralls, shop rags, and various paints and inks. Usually the items were sold forthe cost needed to produce them. Flight next door to the stockroom was another student necessity, the student store. It sold all kinds of writing and drafting instruments and supplies. The student store was run by Mrs. Carol Grasvik and Mrs. Ruby Nolf, who retired in April of 1985 and was replaced by Mrs. Anne Bankston from the bookroom. G A 2 A. Eric Ostlind 1121 makes a monetary exchange with Mrs. Sue Hollenbeck, secretary, for a pencil in the student store. B. Rob Kirkpatrick 1121 purchases a package of mints from Mike Miller 1121 at "The Nook". C. Mr. Jerry Davis sells a copper brazing rod to Gerald Rundorff 191 at the stockroom. Page 10

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