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J U N E I
HILITES PRoGRAM CONTINUED BY STUDENTS
By June Hebert
To develop lnterest in radlo
pioduction and broadcastmg
by part1c1pat1on in radio pro
grams IS the purpose of the
WNOE H1L1tes program Du1
mg the past year seven 1n
terested students from Behi
man accepted th1s opportunity
Th1 year tudents repre
sented the school 111 the 1deal
g1rl and boy Conte t the annual
ainouncer compet1t1on pro
gram the straight news com
mentaries held every week
and the H1L1tes dance and
Peihaps the most unportant
of these program presented 1S
the annual ideal glrl and idea'
boy contest It is sponsored 1n
an effo1t to encourage the rc
cor gition of moral 1e11g1ous
and c1v1c development among
hlgh school students Out
tandmg girl and boy can
dldates from each of th
:secondary schools compete
against each other in the hope of being chosen the ideal gnl or ideal boy or
the city Various p1 lZ9S including Spring outfits for formal sport and dayt1me
wea1 are p1esentcd to the w1nne1s Behrmans candidates th1s year were June
Hebeit and He1b1e Ellenberg
Anothei unusual feature piesented by M1 Beverly Brown educat1onal di
TECtO1 of WNOE 1 the announcer contest FOI the past two years Janet Saleeby
has been Behrmans standard bearel She has competed 1n several categories in
eou discus 1ons of d1ff1cult subjects
Two othe1 features of H1L1tes which were gleatly engoyed by the stu
dents were the annual HlL1tES dance held rn the Cla1borne Room of the St
Charles Hotel on Friday April 18 and the style show at Colton High School on
Saturday Ap11l 26
Jane And1y Jackie Biechtel Betty Gunnels and Patsy Hebert appeared
on a number of p1Og1aITl as guest announcers and school news reporteis
FOOTBALL TEAM HONORED AT BANQUET
By Clark Fox
At a iecent banquet given by the Dads and Mothers Club the football
teams their dates and guest engoyed an expertly prepzned seafood d1nner M1
Pete1 Brechtel was the p11nc1pal speallei of the evening othe1 peakers included
M1 Johnny Blechtel M1 Velnon Clasen and Comm1ss1one1 Glenn Clasen D1
Hemy La Rocca p1es1ded as Mastei of CGFGITIODIGS
Coach Joseph S3lS1CC1a presented trophies to Captain Jack O er Most
Valuable Player Tom Boyei Best Back A1thu1 Clarkson Best Blocker
Paul VOIQIH Most IlT1plOV6Cl Playe1 Eugene Brown 'Most Spnited
The managers and the va1s1ty players who letteled f01 the sea on 1ece1ved
gleen and gold Jackets Other members of the team that did not lette1 1ece1vcd
1n1natu1e ffold footballs
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Page 70 text:
E BEE H
ELAINE CAMPBELL AND .EOE NEWBY CHOS-EN FOX-TROT'WlNNERS
By Marilyn Lassere
Although they are not ready
yet to become instructors for
Arthur Murray, Elaine Camp-
bell and Joe Newby seem, to
be well on their way to suc-
Gagzs as a ballroom team,
Elaine and Joe were winners
of a fox-trot contest spon-
sored by the Behrman Coopera-
tive Club at a tacky party held
in the school basement on
March 19. The pupils from the
Junior High School came
dressed in blue jeans and
dungarees covered with bright
patches. The boys sported
"loud" shirts, and the girls
wore colorful, springtime
blouses. Music for the happy
occasion was furnishfld by the
Algiers Teen-Age Band, under
the leadership of drummer
During the night, contests
were held to determine the
best dancing couple and the
best group dancers. Thejudges
named the seventh graders as
Campbell and Joe Newby the
ceived a silver dollar as a prize.
winners of the group contest, and selected Elaine
best fox-trotting couple. Elaine and Joe each .re-
DADS' CLUB LENDS AID TO BEHRMAN ACTIVITIES
-' By Ronald Windham
The Behrman Dad's Club is a
ions are to supply the school athletic and, band departments with equipment and
awards, and to provide entertainment for the students of the school. Their meet-
to get together and discuss problems in-
pupils of school, promote a general feeling
non-profit organization whose major funct-
ings, designed to enable the fathers
volving recreational pastimes for the
of good will among the Dads. '
In this past year the Dads' Club has played an important roll in making
the past season a successful one for the Bees.
This year, as in Ethe past, some new football equipment, jerseys, pants and
shoes, was purchased for the football team through the Dads' Club. This equip-
ment has helped improve the appearance and has helped to insure the safety
of the players.
At the end of the season, jackets were presented by the Dads' Club to
members of 'the team. In the past years the Dads" Club has always given picnics
and awards to those boys who participated in athletics.
The Dads never cease to cooperate with the various organizations formed
to benefit Behrman. They are always ready to participate and help make a suc-
cess of some extra-curricular event sponsored by the school.
Presiding officers of the Dads' Club are Mr. Joseph Modenbach, Chairman:
and- Mr. Felix Borne, Secretary and acting Treasurer.
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Ei seg HIVEI f f 'f f
U STUDENTS ENJOY LEARNING AMERICAN! HISTORY
By Edith Russell
President Harry S. Truman, General "Ike" Eisenhower, Andrew Jackson,
Woodrow Wilson, George Washington, General Douglas MacArthur are only cm
few of the many Americans about whom Mr. Albert Jones' fifth period history
class have been studying. Lively discussions about'Americans make them easily
recognizable to the students of the class. These and many other names now
slip familiarly from their tongues.
Since the beginning of the year twensty-five boys and girls have been
learning more about America from the time it was discovered by Columbus
until the present day. A very decided help in these studies is the history work-
book which contains questions on the different units. Between the students and
the teacher there exists a spirit of cooperation and friendliness which has perhaps
contributed much to make the study a more interesting and informative one.
Lartely, it seems the class has been working extra hard. This is because
term reports are due. The subject of these reports is chosen by the student from
a variety of interesting personalities and phases of American life and customs.
These reports range in variety from the colonists on down to President Truman
and present day happenings and are six -to twelve pages long. To learn more
about America and its people, there could not be a more informative source
than American history.
F L O W E R S
The Bee Hive extends thanks to E. A. Farley, Florist, and Mrs. I
Stenger. Farley representative, for the stage decorations used on
graduation night. They were furnished the school free of charge.
The roses carried by the girls and the bouionnieres worn by the
the boys were purchased from E. A. Farley.
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