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VOL. 20, NO. 5
MAY, 1952
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
'PRICE. 10c
Members of the Class of 1952
Reading from left to right—
1st row: Carlee Edwards, George
Sanford, Ernest Cordal, and Ed
win Caldwell. Second row: Flo-
rine Williams, Sophia Minor,
Velma Bell, Marian Galashaw,
Hazel Edwards, Gloria Ma^n,
Frank Robinson,^ and adviser,
Mrs. M. D. Fulford. Third row:
Barbara Campbell, Rebecca Fra
zier, Anna Graham, Alease Carver,
Muriel Atwater, lola Baldwin,
and Lena Atwater. Fourth row:
Melvin Farrington, Nora Webb,
William Burnette, and Mary At
water. Fifth row: Robert Hester,
Thomas Bynum, Ward Burnette,
and John Clark. Grade Thomp
son is not shown.
May Day Festival Is Presented
The Northside Elementary
School presented its May Day
Festival May 5, 1952. The theme
for the occasion was “May Day
Around The World.”
The queen for that day was
Annie Thompson, and Gloria Wil
liams was maid of honor. The
Student Council
Nominees
For the year of 1952-53 the
following people have been chosen
to run for office in the student
council according to their scholar
ship, leadership and citizenship.
President—Inez Alston, Wenzo
Thompson.
Vice President—Roberta Mor
row, Robert Winston.
Secretary — Ernestine Powell,
Druscilla Clark, Malissa Farring
ton, Gloria Vickers, Betty Briggs.
Treasurer Alfred Parrish.
These people, if elected, to
office will be expected to show
moral integrity, good personality,
executive ability, courtesy, de
pendability, responsibility and
willingness to hold their posi
tion.
Bessyne Ward
other attendants came from
grades 1-5.
The grand processional, led by
the Lincoln High Band, got under
way at 1:15 P.M. The gaily cos
tumed dancers carried us on an
imaginary tour around the world
stopping at Germany, Africa, our
own land, and other various points
of interest.
After the gaily-braided may
pole, the queen and her court
arose graciously and departed the
scene.
Class Of 1952 Plans Closing Programs
29 Girls and Boys To Receive Pi plomas
The Senior Class Night pro-1 On June 1, 1952 at 5 o’clock ,
gram will be held at the North-S the Senior Vespers ’will be held 3
side Elementary School ■ Audi- in the saine • auditorium. The.',{
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torium on Friday night. May 30,
1952. The program will consist of
a play in which the members of
the class will be taken twenty
years into the future. The mem
bers of the cast are Edwin Cald
well, Gloria Mason, Anna Gra
ham, Thomas Bynurri, Herbert
Atwater, and lola Baldwin.
Northside Grammar
Grades Present ''Sally
Ann Finds Herself"
The Grammar Grades of North-
side Elementary School presented
a two-act comedy “Sally Ann
Finds Herself” May 9th. . ^
The play centered around a
shy, modest basketball player
who didn’t know she was good
until her team needed her. She
saved the day thus bringing her
team to a glorious victory. Strange
as it may seem, the names of
the two teams were Lincoln and
Hillside. Of course Lincoln came
out the victor. Hillside was de
feated 18-36. Changing the
names of the teams to those of
teams we knew, arid our sister ‘
school, gave the play more rea
lism than was ever dreamed pos
sible.
Directresses for the presenta
tion were Miss M. I. Boyd and
Mrs. M. B. Cobb.
7-B And 8-B Classes Take Trip To Raleigh
The 7th B and 8th B classes
and teachers went to Raleigh on
May 15.
We visited the Museum, Hall
of History, and saw many inter
esting things in both places. We
also visited the Capital, we took
a lot of pictures on the lawn. We
saw Governor Scott and took his
picture beside his car.
The most enjoyable place
visited was the WNAO Radio
Broadcasting Station. One of the
7th B bovs spoke on the radio.
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speaker for the service will be'
Rev. G. M. Phelps of Greensboro, ‘
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The final Commencement pro- ;. !
gram will be held ai the'North,, •ri j;. . ’
side Elementary ' School Audi- ■ j
torium on Thursday night,;June ' ’
5, at 8 o’clock. At this time mem- ■. . ..
bers of the class will: present a
program around 'the theme
“Choosing an Occupation”. The'
students who will be taking: part
■ are Hazel Edwards, John Clark, •,
Velma Bell, Melvin Farrington, - j
Sophia Minor; Mary Atwater, WiL -
liam Burnette, Marian Gaiashaw, i
Florine Williams, Raymond, Fo.u-
shee, and Muriel Atwater. " ■ . '
Other members of the class are
Lena Atwater, lola Baldwin, Ba’
bara Campbell,'^ Alease Gar'i
Rebecca Frazier, Anna"'‘Grab-
Gracie Thompson, Nora Webb;'
Herbert Atwater, Ward Burnette,
Thomas Bynum, Ernest Cordal, ^
James Hester, Frank Robinson, "
George Sanford, arid Carlee Ed-
,wards. L'’
' Gloria Mason is valedictorian of ■
the class and Edwin Caldwell is
salutatorian of the class.
lola Baldwin
Girls Council
The Girl’s Council was orga
nized during the early' part of .
the school year,
Our meetings were held month
ly. In these meetings, the group
discussed the subjects the girls
wanted most to discuss. We also
voted for the Girl of fhe Month.
In the Girl’s Council; we feel that
this is a great honor. Of course,
in order to receive this honor
Leo Leak recited a poem entitled,
“The Village Blacksmith”. Ethel
Jean Riggsbee played the piano.
The title of the song she played'
was “The No Name Boogie.”;
Ethel is in the 8th B Section. Personality, your academic
Herman Burchette answered a , f
question. Barbara jean Pender-| '’^'g^'^^^^tions count much,
graft, Thomas Booth, Mrs. Barnes, Our faculty advisors, Mrs. M.D.
Fulford and Mrs. L. C. Hicks,
Mrs. Burthey and Robert Weaver
spoke on the radio also. The prize
winners were the following: Ethel
Jean Riggsbee, Herman Burchette
and Leo Leak.
have helped us a great deal and
we thank them for their excellent
leadership.
Gloria Vickers
    

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