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Vol. 20, No. 1
At L H. S.
Two new teachers have joined
the faculty at Lincoln High
School. They are as follows; Miss
W. L. Cameron. Sanford, North
Carolina. She attended Bennett
College at Greensboro, North
Carolina. Miss Cameron is the
teacher of eighth and ninth grade
Mrs. M. G. Frazier comes from
Raleigh, North Carolina. She at
tended Hampton Institute, Hamp
ton, Virginia. Mrs. Frazier is the
lOB homeroom teacher and teach
er of three business subjects n^”
offered at Lin^'-*^-
By Bessyne Ward
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
The Fourth District Vocational
Home Economics teachers met
at Lincoln High School on Wed
nesday, October 10, 1951 at 2:30
P.M. The meeting began with a
luncheon in the new Home Eco
Mrs. James, the itinerant
teacher trainer, gave the purpose
of the meeting and began the
Mrs. Moore, the group chair
man, worked out with the group
the plan of meeting for the next
At the close of the meeting all
new teachers and visitors were
presented to the group.
Beautiful cut flowers for this
occasion were furnished by Mrs.
New in the Northside Elementary School and Lincoln
Hifr'-- ochool. Reading from left to right, front row: Mrs. Carpenter,
sixth grade teacher at Northside; Mr. Peace, principal of Northside;
and Mrs. Evans, sixth grade teacher at Northside. Second row,
reading left to right: Mrs. Barber, second grade teacher at North-
side; Miss Cameron, English teacher and secretary at Lincoln High;
and Mrs. Frazier, commerce teacher at Lincoln High.
Let's Keep Our
A lovely gesture was made by
Registers’ Florist and the Social
Committee of the Parent Teachers
Association when they placed
beautiful cut flowers and pot
flowers in all of the classrooms
on school opening day. Their
kindness and consideration were
highly appreciated by the teachers
and students throughout the
We are now in our new school
which we have wanted for a long
time. One thing we need is full
cooperation. We should take time
and think about how clean we
should want our school to remain.
We should cooperate by doing the
right things, such as putting pa
per in the waste can, putting all
waste food in the garbage can
and cleaning our feet before en
tering the building.
We can do these things by keep
ing our school spirit high and
always working together. Our
school represents us, so let us
strive for the best representation.
By Alicia Jones—9th B
Bond Ploys at Fair
The Lincoln High School Band
made its first out-of-town appear
ance for the year when it par
ticipated in the parade and fair
of Chatham County in Pittsboro
on September 19.
The band has been organized for
the year and the following per
sons are officers; Edwin Caldwell,
President; Nelson Riggsbee, Vice
President; Gloria Vickers, Sec
retary; Beatrice Robinson, Trea
surer; Bessyne Ward, Librarian;
and John Clark, Reporter and
We- 'weleorrie the following
teachers to the Northside Elemen
tary School; Mr. J. H. Peace, Prin
cipal, a native of Chapel Hill, N.
C., and is a graduate of N. C.
College, Durham, N. C. Mrs. M.
Y. Evans of Raleigh, N. C., teacher
of 6C, a graduate of Shaw Uni
versity, Raleigh, N. C., and Teach
ers College, Columbia University,
New York, N. Y. Mrs. M. T. Car
penter of Rutherfordton, N. C.,
teacher of 5B, a graduate of Win
ston-Salem Teachers College,
Winston-Salem, N. C., and Teach
ers College, Columbia University,
New York, N. Y. Mrs. S. L. Bar
ber of Greensboro, N. C., teacher
of 2C, is a graduate of Barber
Scotia College, Concord, N. C.
Ag Dept. Host
To The CMF
The Agriculture Department
was host to the agriculture teac
hers of the Cotton Merrick Fed
eration on Friday, October 12.
Nine teachers representing nine
members of the Federation were
present. Those present were Mr.
J. D. Lennon, Mr. J. L. Moffitt,
Mr. A. M. Ward, Mr. J. M. Mur-
free, Mr. A. W. Jones, Mr. M. S.
Sanders, Mr. R. A. Lewis, Mr.
S. M. Ruffin and Mr. M. B. Al
bright. The meeting was conduct-
sd by Mr. W. J. Fisher, Executive
Secretary of N.F.A. Plans were
made for N.F.A. activities for the
Refreshments were served to
the group in the Home Economics
Added at L.H.S.
Courses in business and com
merce have been placed in the
curriculum for Lincoln High
School students this year. Mrs. M.
G. Frazier is the instructor. Some
juniors and seniors are taking the
typing courses while many sopho
mores are enrolled in the general
business courses. This new depart
ment will offer much to those
students who go to college as well
as to those who do not go to col
lege. c. B.
District N.H.A. Meet
Bertha Farrington, Ernestine
Powell, Gloria Vickers, Gracie
Nevilles and Cynthia Booth
attended the District New Home
makers of America meeting at
Washington High School in Ral
eigh on October 16.
Shirley Edwards of Raleigh and
our own Cynthia Booth made re
ports concerning the National
N. H. A. Convention which was
held at West Virginia State Col
lege last June.
Mrs. McLendon, librarian at
Washington High School, spoke
to the group on the subject
“Tips For Teens”.
Class of 1951 to
Give Flog Pole
The graduating class of 1951
left funds to Lincoln High School
for the purchase of a flag pole.
The flag pole will be purchased
as soon as the grass is sown in
the front of the school and the
right place determined.
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