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Page 14 text:
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
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.
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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.
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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
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
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
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Special Award Given
To Good Performers
Students or faculty members deserving notoriety for
their accomplishments, could be nominated for the
Student of the Month or the Teacher of the Month by
filling out a nomination form at the attendance office.
In order to qualify, students were required to have a
2.5 grade point average or better, good attendance and
good citizenship. In December of 1984, the Teacher of
the Month category was opened for the first time.
During the school year, a total of six Students of the
Month and three Teachers of the Month were selected.
Beginning in December, two students and a teacher
were chosen each month until February.
"I really enjoy Benson. We have good staff, good
student body, and students have excellent opportunity
to learn. I like Benson a lot," stated Mr. Ben Markin, a
Teacher of the Month.
A. STUDENT OF THE MONTH: GIRLS- Jackie VanZee 1111, DeAnn
Stricklin I121 and Chi Vu I121. BOYS- Timothy Butler 1121, Robert
Meek 1121 and Phil Stuva 1121. B. TEACHER OF THE MONTH: Mr.
Vearl Overton. Mrs. Ruby Noll and Mr. Ben Markin.
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