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Friday, May 29, 1942 BENS O N HIGH NEWS Page 3 une Senior Election, Intercity Title Did You Know... 1-. R E N G Pep Squad Elects % as Best News Stories of Year I J 00,00unny grads 1942-43 Officers; Betty Berg Scores n .. . _ , A Se-Co Club Hikes -- .. oraveuatta,ionUoys Xea,,,a,ker&apos;3"' ...... ,,at ,he ..... /wice in rirst /en B " :,it c,,rp and is ,tati,,ncd at \\;Vii Latin Helps Mind Imm- I:icld (hamller, \\;riz, ma. He "l.atm teaches you to t h i n k Tying for first place i .... taft poll uck Blustery Breezes - .;: [ :i :":: ",,-as tl ...... hlicr cl ....... t,, talk b, ],is straight," statct] Rev. Father tf ...... ,(let .... ine the 10 lmst. ..... 'sst ..... _ 7[ud, h,,\\;ver4, .-tnd c,,]d-- 7 tl / i l.iii  /Ii  ])i[]! itt i!c[ct!tl}iii{ii iiiii!ii! i; --]i----"'"*'(--vth)i a iii! i \\;\/. Li ..... S.[ ..... istant prof ......... f s of th.e ),ear xere tile story -t they're all end:mica ){ the l.atin at Lreihton university, peak- e winning of the ]ntercity title by RtYI'L, bttt on May 1 the 1:, ing to SI'Q[.' memhers, Mav lg. mJt .......... lect ..... tory. Theg 1 ........ ................. Iwith IARBf/ ,T  '  --[!f I I1'  z[,| judg t tl ....... .... ........ t important In tlnrd and fottrth Idace respcc- mud, hnt tile battalion went rely were tl ....................... tot the right ahead uith its scheduled r'o@R." -- tltl, 5F-gERfiLBENS0 H I I [; his fatl ...... " ......... i ...... hi ....... Its of studying Lati ...... ding me National Honor society men> parade. The hand didn't have | 't:N3NNIFS'MR. FOUlt.I) INTttB1NN$OI [ B0"JS BEC0dffCITYOFF/GAL ON J mother a nurse xerseas. to Father Linn. He illustrated this rs aad the eecton rf Pett Berg an i trt / BOV-(a0"qERNNENT,y. / The new treasurer and activities by translatin an English .... ." " " s ..... ts, lint this -- I-'IIP" ltlBH FO0I" 'FIELD'/_ I1 te ...... I. ehai ........ f _Mary l.v .... hall, Iowa .... t ..... into Lati ..... l showing  president of the ]ntracitv Red didn'tleavet] - , ....... ......... )a  ' 11` r' d" //. )* ./ //i// \\;tat ..... llegc, is Betty B .... tt '40. that it ............... y first to split ross conncil uitl  " " " IYAI. " ,x',-'/ /  ' it ut nlulc, \\;\'hen the time .<,he i al>o head of tile transfer de- ap the ideas to make them clear, George Surber's winning of the canle for the band to ,ass tile  k partment f)r the Ass,,ciated \\;o- and then, to assemble tile right ones together in order to form a jttdg- ate high hurdles championship and rexiewing stand, Capt. Iohn men sttnlentq. le June benlol nlosts and bests Petersen '42 gate a tweet oil =- ...... _ .... . " /ll i]tcnt. mtest tied for fifth place. The his whistl ....... 1 tl I ........... ....  ff  _ "IQI. _ /f ./ z  Join Honor Society Se-CoHikes venth most important story was of the hand san "Elnmr's "// Three former P.enson zirls were Se-k'ochtbmembershiked to Elm- ]e announcement of QnilI and Tnne." " L g antong fine even ophom.res "tap- wood park M.ndav evening, May croll awards, while the appoint- :  .  ped" for (-ardinal Key, honor soror- 18..Mi>s :\\;lice Buffett and Miss ent of Betty Berg a:; ( upola edi-  II )r took eighth place. radui{n it, at I) ........ liege. The\\; .... Mild- Martl .... \\;rtist 1 ........ 11,1(1 arts in- In ninth pla ..... as tie Student C-i,ed-trTm-- red Brat .... 1 '39, M ..... alice Miller strnct ............ I .......... f the hike. ( "n Page l)  and Ruth Gttstafson, both '4(1. The Miss Helen Yont, English teacher, ouncil election, followed closely hv C-t e ne X 'x "e Ber "ce M v t ck. /e January senior class election in Anne McAndrew. ' " '- cereliionies took place at the senior went as a guest. lanet McD.noug} line },ICE lex \\; r class (lay exercises. Sing in French :nth place, gi)ia McLucas, Alene Mesche,le, "'Vihna P, ob l'austian amI John Patterson, Singing "Stardust" in French was .\\;lill. Barbara Mitchell Elean.r Monzing. both '41. were among the Red Cross the highlight of the French chtb :ield Day (Continued from Page 1) hest all-around cadet." The Junior 'hamber of Commerce presented ed, white, and blue bars to mena- ers 0f the best, squad of which 'orporal Frank Griffith '42 is the .ader. Other members are: Cor- oral Peter Seletos, Private Walter Vilkins, and Private first class Carl urkman, all '43; Private first class (,hn Jenkins and Private Robert Voods, hoth '42; Privates George }attey and Richard Johnson, both !4. The Benson post of the American .egion presented a troI)hy to tile and for being selected as the best ompany. Bars were also presented each of the 31 members. Those who received bars are: tohn \\;V. Petersen, C,mlmander, Farley (ann, second ill comnlatl(l, Carl Andersen, Jenry Andersen, Frank Bedell, ()vcar 'ooke, Thnmas Draper Har,qd Hyland, )ougla Patton, Jack H. Peteisen, and ),maid \\;Vhitnah, all '42; Robert AI/berry, Andresen, Keith O'Keefe, harlm, Robert Conzlnt, and Jer*,me \\;Vhe m, all '43; \\;\'allen Bate., Richard Brad]ey, Villiam Frohen, Jim Jenen, Robert Mar- ritz, Fred Mann. Ray, Niel>en, Albert Os- Tom Sehultze, and Sam Warnock, I1 '44; David Petersen, l_.uis Larsen. Jinl ;ullivan, all '45, Certificates for medals were given o eleven nlen on the rifle team. Fhey are: Clifford \\;Val>trom, Stan- ey Stepanek, Jack llindinger, John A . Petersen, Thomas McLarville, Iyde Bohrer, and Alhert Beyer. all 42; Ward Zimmerman, Lorich Mc- 4-enaie, Warren Larsm, and l(ol)ert .rnoI(t, all '43. Th e freshman company was twarded a box of candy for pre- enting the best skit at the )anquet. Vote For Frank L. BURBRIDGE For COIJNTY ATTORNEY Boyles College IBOYLES BLDG., 1805 dARNEY All Commercial S fla;ect, CO-ED--ALL Y A I Day and Even n JA. 1565 7hoto ENGRAVING$ Commercial Art Color plates Kathr)n Mul]en, Beverly Murray, Nancy Nagl, I)oHs Niclmlas, "Virginia Nielsen. Rsemary ()'P, rien, Betty Ocander. Barbara O'Hearn, Carletta Okerberg, Bar- bara Olson. Elizabeth Pa]mquist, Ruth Pa- perny, Dorothy Parke, Parsell. Max- hie Paulen, Dorothy Peirce, Virginia Van Perry, Eleanor Petrich, Mary Angela Pow- ers. Jo?ce Ralph, [)nt'oth;" Rasmus>en. Thelma Reich, Ruth Reiter. Jean Rey- nolds, Betty Rhodes, Lucille Sapienza, Ma- rion Sc,tt, El<,i.e Seaton, (;lnria .qhufelt, Rill Mae Siert, Audrey Siml,m , Charlotte Smith, Mary Snvder, Birgit Soderberg, Lillian Soder}?eg, "Eleanor Sorensen, Agnes Stephenon. Eleanor Stevens, dane Stiles, Margaret St. Lawrence. Betty Stone, Berte]le Swan- s.n, Jo Anne "J'albnt, Arrilla Tarlmnning, Deloris Talor, Dorothy Thompson, Luan- na Thornton, Lucille Tribulato, Nan Vier- gutz, Harriette \\;Veeks. Ruth \\;Verner, 1)r, ris \\;\'estiMk Geraldine \\;Vhitted, Mary Lull \\;Vilson, Jane \\;Vr, od. Boys Carl Andersen, Henry \\;V. Andersen, Tames Andrake. R,,bert Annabie, I)ewame )eam, Paul Becktrand, Frank P, edell, \\;\'illiam Beebe, Thrmlas Bens,m, ])(,naM Bentley, Joseph Beveridge, Albert Beyer, Clyde Hohrer, Raym.nd Borg, Kenneth lhavlm, Ralph l} radley, George Bmr. Lawrence Christensen, RMI,b C,,llins, Robert C-nrad, Robert J, Cook. ()car Cooke, Jack Clonland, R(,bert I)ar- her, l}earduff, \\;\'allace DeWaal, Jack Dindinger. Th,,mas Draper, Andrew l)innil, Rnbert 12dgerton, Robert Eggert, John Ehlredge, Charle Elias. \\;Villiam Eller. Charles Ellis, Byr(m Erixon, Charle Fanham, Jack Feierman, illlam Fischer, Cecil Fisher. Rollan,I Fi-heL tI,,ward F,d.. Robert trust, Rohert (]lahtnl, TlqOllla Greenwalt. Frank (;riffitb, ClaiI (;ros, term,me (;unders,m, J,dm Gurnett. Melle Hadan. Herbert t[anen, Lavern Headley, Au>tin Ilegalty. D, mahl Hrmig, John tI.p- kins, John th,ruberger. Harold Hx lalld, J,,hn Ienkin< Arh,n Jenseu, Karl J,,hn.n, taym,,n,l Julin, Fh,yd Kalber, Janle Kauiman, Felix Ker DR. C. W. RALPH -- Dentist- 5709 Military Ave. Best Wishes To The 1942 Seniors of Benson High from Ben Franklin Stores 6060 Military Ave. 1 /I LIY IS ., ECONOMY Graduation Time Again Rolls Around. Gifts for Her-- Costume Jewelry Lovely Bags Linen Handkerchiefs Many other gifts that she will remember you by. -I sl" IN BENSON THE GIFT SHOP OF OMAHA OMAHA CROCKERY CO. 1116-18-20 Harney Street ATlantic 4842 rlgan, John Keteham, James Kratt, Robert Kroeer. Robe t Kuhl, \\;Vin/ield Kurtz, Gerald Laird, Davbl Laron, Rr,bert Lawrence, Dale Lee, liugh Lee, Stanley Logan, James McCaiuL Th.mas McCarville, Rnger Mc. ('teary, Keith .\\;lc(;rattl, Farley Mann, \\;\'aen Meyes. I)r,nahl Mitchell, R,,bert Morse, Bernard Mort,m, Jack Morton. Richard Muchem,,re, Vern,,n Nebergall, Tack O'Buen, Pat O'lt,,nnell, Calvin O].on. kichard (}r, ltavid I'ansinlz, Paul Fatter- son, l)c, ug]as Patton, Jack H, Petel>en, \\;V. i'etersen. \\;Villiam Poe, Richar,I Puetz. l)cnlald Put- man, Warren Reed, James Rigg% Arthur Rodger% \\;Villiam R,,-ke, Justin Rn.s. Fritz Ruzicka, Howard Selling. Nick Sidaris. Arthur Staid, Edgar Smith, Calvin Soren- ell. James Steier. \\;Villianl Stella. Stanley Stepanek, I;e,)rge Surber, ]),,i1;tl(l Swan- (,n, M alc(,lln S'wa n .r,n. Rio]lard "l'a l,elt, lanles TyleT, Cli(iord \\;Valstr, nn, Har,,Id \\;Vard. Malo,hn \\;Vatkins, Charle \\;\'ebb, Thn- nlas \\;Vhalley, Donald \\;Vhltnah. Norman \\;Vohlner. R,,bert \\;V,.Ms, l'aul \\;\'right, Robert Young, an,I J-seph Zajic. "lhe folk,wing will receive their diplomas at the end .f the umnler >chr,ol terin : Mary Ann Clark, Lennra Fur.. Mary Ann {;ib.l,n. Atme t;uerin, Marilyn Lutjen% Marjorie Me)er, Arlene Munsiner, Abee Nell, Gilbert Bennett. Bernhard lnwermL l)ean Pauleu, l)onab! Phell,s. R,,er Price, Peter Selet,*, an(l Frederick Wickert. Fifteen Pupils Receive 60 Word Type Pins Fifteen pttpits from Miss Ehrma I)onleys Type IV and Miss Eliza- beth Bartling's Type JI classes have received type awar(ts. Carolyn Royce, ])evah Hanen, and Dorothy Goeller, all '43. each earned 60 words per minnte pins. Those receiving 50 words per ntin- ute pins are \\;Varren Reed '42, anti Alice Jensen and P.lanche Partridge, both '43. tarol l}ean and Roherta \\;Vinter, both '43, earned their 45 word per minute pins with Irene Weaver, Vir- vinia Morearty, Robert (lark, and Joan Thickstun, alt '43. Rr, bina Harl)auh, Nc,rlnan Young, and I.or- raine \\;nders.n, all '44, received tllcir 4(I word per ininute awards. Good Luck Seniors! from BONDE FLORIST 5114 Military Phone WA. 1901 Headquarters for I INVISIBLE SOLES Anything Made of Leather Repaired Grasso Shoe Repair 2740 No. 60tb Ave. BERRYMAN CONSERVATOIRE Music Made Attractive Is a Worthwhile Summer Study Studios 5018 Izard St. 208 Lyric Bldg. Wa. 3811 LESLIE BERRY MEN'S WEAR enson Latest Styles--Reasonable Prices "REMEMBER THE NEWS" Richard Orr Bob Graham Betty Lu Orr Gordon Briggs Evelyn Larson Tom Sheehan Jack Feierman Jack Noden Eleanor Steinman THE AMERICAN NEWS HELP WIN THE WAR Become a Certified Welder and Help Send the Tanks and Planes Against the Enemy, and At the Same Time Step into One of the Good Paying Jobs Open to High School Students. EARN 90c to $1.50 AN HOUR MIDWEST SCHOOL OF WELDING 203 South 10th Street 7th Floor Omaha A Word of Appreciation from the SKOGLUND STUDIO 105 So. 16th St. 2nd Floor Douglas Blk. Phone JAckson 1375 We wish to thank the Faculty and Students for their fine co-operation and patronage this year, and hooe to merit a continuance of the same in years to come. SPECIAL RATES ON PHOTOGRAPHS THE YEAR AROUND TO ALL SCHOOLS $5.00 & $7.00 per doz. 31 years of successful business in Omaha First Aid instructors chosen as quad leaders of the (Iiqaster cnrps ,,rganized at the Univer>ity of Omaha. Among the ahmmi on Bob's squad are Ro(lne> Johnson and Fred Heumann; on John's, Robert Ford, "F,:,n Matza, Jack Traver and Jack I)unleavy. All are '41. These >quad hac been organized to give first aid in any emergency, and are a part of the city-xide progranL In Tau Beta Pi Janms McDonough '39 was elected to Tau Beta Pi, hrmorary emzineer- ing society at Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technolozy. Only 16 out of the entire cla> of 1943 were chosen as new menlbers. He has also been elected correspondin secretary of the homwary electrical engineering fraternity. .3TIIOII the returnillv graduates are Y),,n Nil.<(,n '3S, LTniverity of Nebraska Lollege of Medicine qttl- dent; Roland Shaw '35, who has been tudying interior deer)rating in Xew York for three years; and Jack \\;[itchell '41, now a United States army private. If VAN SANT I .oo00 o, ,.s,ms II Co - F.d.acaUonal [] OR K'v'qG--ALL  II I120, OMA. ,, 50080 II Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1942 Sporting Goods B R A I NS Stati .... y Gi/ts 1415 Harney St. JA. 3304 I, INDEPENDENT PRINTING CO. COMMERCIAL AND POSTER PRINTING 1511 Chicago Street I JA. 3950 meeting, May 18. The chth vva en- tertained by a trio, composed of Pauline l)arby, Edith Holmes, and Lncile Limlborg, all '42. Character sketches were read in French hy Edith, Pauline, and Joyce Ralph '42. It was decided to give the USO $4.36, which was the French clnb's share of proceeds from the Tri- Lang Swing. Ice creanl bars and Reedettes were served to the mere- t,ers present. Pep Squad Elects New officers of the Pep Squad, elected at the last meeting of the year on May 25 are Tim(,thy Plank, president; Ruse Ann Morton, \\;ice president; Mary Alice Barber, sec- retary, all '43; and l)ick Lotg '44, treasurer. Replace Outdated Books With New Additions Three hundred and fl,rty-six new h,uks hae been addcd to the library thi year. Board of Educatiot funds ]))tlllt 251 ,f them and the remain- in 95 were gifts. Of the new hot,ks, 91 are fiction, 73 are literature, and 52 are his- twice. .Miss Alice Horsfall, libra- rian, remarked that the new books will replace those which have dete- riorate(l or becmte ontdatetl. Student Brings Mole A mole was brought to the science room by Bob Schmadlewsky '43. It was fonnd when Boh's neighbors were digging a basement. During Vacation Remember LESTER SMITH GROCERY CANDY BARS--POp 5113 Military Ave. We Deliver GL. 2585 CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS FOR MEMORIAL DAY Country Club Florist 4901 Charles St. GL-2728 Where Benson Buys C. N. Wolfe Benson's Red and White Store 6102 MILITARY WA. 4206 FREE DELIVERY UNION PACIFIC STAGES Announces NEW WARTIME BUS SCHEDULES Now Union Pacific Stages offers new bus schedules, geared to America's wartime transportation needs- designed to give YOU better local serviee and help you save your car and vital materials. To better serve you, and conserve vital material, too UNION BUS DEPOT 16th & Jackson Phone AT. 1900 :