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The Lincoln echo volume (None) 1948-196?, May 01, 1952, Image 4

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:T '} :• ■ ■ -.-.-v- ^ ' =4 ■': “PAGE FOUR = -“ ; , 'r RAGE FOUR PsLf■?':■. niH' v.;.; - THE LINCOLN ECHO MAY, 1952 -f- '--Visits ; ■ MASON'S GROCERY . Meals and Vegetables '' V ^ ‘ ,' 1, ■ 603 West Rosemary Street Elmer Pendergraft Service Station YOUR ATLANTIC DEALER^ '>5 ■ ' ' ^ i c;^A Complete Line of Auto Accessories c . ' . ' /s’ ' ' 'i ' . ‘ ■ • •, -I ■’ :■>> - . ' '-• .. Phone 9061 W. Franklin Street 'll-- ., >i;v','’*.-:5V ‘V •.• , > t Wfc ^ ? ' -v ■ ■ ’• , V •'■3^v -:/. 'MWv’ li- - ■■ iSaye At— -■ GROSSMAN'S i YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND A BARGAIN , r'l ', A dollar SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED K NIG H T & C A M P B E L L I ^hai^dware DEVOE PAINTS AND OIL ■'■, >'■' Winter' Supplies ^^rTelephone^,8136 ‘1' Paint and Oils ; West Franklin SL ■r0M- f.: 'Ki- • ' .::#.t#G'R .o,c e'r I E s ' ANDREWS & RIGGSBEE ' Quality Meats and Groceries '- ■- CVv!: i-’-•■'■1'■• ■ Carrboro, N. C. FREE DELIVERY Phone 8956 S»K-- ^4V•^Av teiiS:; W& Golonial Drug Co. ^ r • TRY THE COLONIAL FIRST CHAPEL HILL^S NEWEST DRUG STORE ■•■■ :-v,f Phona 2-2981 Chapel Hill, N. C. r4s ^ ; ‘ i',^r ' v'. • 'i • ■ • V Awards Are Announced The Awards Committee has an nounced that the following awards will be presented during the Class Night Program on May 30. Senior Scholarship—lola Bald win. Junior Scholarship — Wenzo Thompson. Sophomore Scholarship — Bess- eyne Ward. Freshman Scholarship — Faye Atwater. Valedictorian — Gloria Mason. Salutatorian — Edwin Caldwell. Citizenship — John Clark Activities -— Edwin Caldwell. The Rock Hill Baptist Church award for loyalty, citizenship, and scholarship — Gloria Mason. School Prize: To student who has contributed most to school program — Frank Robinson. Home Economics Awards: Freshman Clothing — Bertha Headen; Most All Around Home Economics Girl — Ernestine King; Most Faithful and Efficient Lunchroom worker — Anna Gra ham. Most Efficient Library Assist ants — Ernestine King, Anna Graham. Science Awards: Chemistry — Wenzo Thompson; Biology — Robert Winston. French Award by Mrs. M. D. Turner for highest achievement in French for the year —lola Bald win.. ’-4 ■ English Award by Mrs. M. D. Turner for highest achievement in English for the year—Gloria Mason. Chorus Awards; Marian Gala- shaw, Ross Farrington, Bessyne Ward and Nelson Riggsbee. ■'•Agriculture Awards; Swine Poultry Production — Alvis Par rish; Farm Mechanics — Wenzo Thompson; Home Improvement — Charles Farrington; Public Speaking — Alfred Parrish. Band Awards: Edwin Caldwell, Ralph King, Melvin Farrington, Arnold Harris, Robert Hester, Omelia Farrington, John Clark, Alfred Foushee, Herbert Atwater, Shirley Merritt, Betsy Battle, and Johnny Purefoy. Typing Awards: Effie Mc Cauley, Ola Mae Farrington, Charles Farrington, and Gloria Mason. Athletic Awards: Muriel At water and Thomas Bynum. Northside Elementary School Prize for Volunteered Service— Frank Robinson. Parent Teacher Association Awards for attendance, scholar ship, citizenship, and loyalty— Edwin Caldwell, Wenzo Thomp son. Wit And Humor Mr. Kornegay: “What are some of the things used to hitch a horse for plowing. Student; “A brace and bit.” Mrs. Smith: “What does G.O.P. mean?” Student: “G.O.P. means Grand Ole Opry.” Mr. Lowery: “What is a veteri- Jiary?” Student: “A veterinary is a man that travels from city to city.” i' -irtcV' 4^^ , by Drus^kl G^iSr and Traffic Cop: “Hey, didn’t you hear my whistle?” lola: “Yes, but you are wasting your time, officer I’m always en- Production — Raymond Foushee; gaged.” TYLER'S ESSO SERVICENTER Phone 8221 West Franklin at Church Street'f-iivV »X'M-V »’• »j-.— .'w; .u - - *' - WHITE OAKS Pepartment Store Carrboro, N. C. Phone 2-2946

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