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

 - Class of 1985

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More Students Attend During Holiday 49 er Among Benson's many festivities and social gatherings, the traditional 49er was held on November 30. The 49er featured pastries, odds and ends, games, boutiques, and other goodies in a western bazaar-like atmosphere. The 49er was used as a P.T.A fundraiser. "I think a lot more students than usual showed up for the 49er because of the games and the stage show," stated Judy Ellis, P.T.A. president. Members of V.l.C.A. and other volunteers served behind the counters selling pins, ribbons and other Tech spirit items. If - V W it seg . A. Snarling helplessly, Dominic Starr Q1 ll faces an oncoming cream pie in the 49er pie toss, B. Customers crowd around the holiday gift counter. C. San Mai f12l and Kenny Leung 1121 challenge students to pop baloons with darts for prizes D. The 49er dining area soon became packed with teachers, parents and students from both Benson and other schools. E. P.T.A. member helpsacustomeratthe book booth. Page 130 ss

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Music Department Provides Entertaining Special Programs The music department each year provides the entertainment for both the 49er and the Tech Show. It has been a feeling over the last few years that both of these programs should be done with only Benson talent. All parts of the music program have a chance to show their abilities during the programs which usually last at least one hour. Many parents and friends of the school look forward to the entertaining programs provided. Both programs are opened by the Honor Guard which brings the flag to the stage before the pledge of allegiance. A. Mr. Karl Bach, music teacher, prepares to announce the next number at the Tech Show. B. and C. Students show their ability on two and three wheeled vehicles. D. Drummers carefully watch the directorforthe signal. E. The Choiradded muchtothe49er program. Page 131

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