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Vol. XXI, No. 1
New Students At
Lincoln Hi School
We are seeing quite a few new
faces at Lincoln High. Some of
them are here for the first time
and some have returned. The
new students are Bobbv Ha-
good, Roosevelt Colson, and
Mamie Webb. The returning stu
dents are Wilbert Riggsbee, Ma
rian Hrooks, Patricia Davis,
Elaine Hairston. Ruth Jones, and
We welcome all new and re
turning students to Lincoln High
and hope that they have an en
joyable and successful school
LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Former Council Head
Frank Robinson, president of
the Student Council last year, has
been appointed statistician for the
Aggies of A & T College, Greens
boro, North Carolina, where he
is a freshman.
Other graduates of the class
of ’52 attending A & T are Her
bert Atwater, Harold Burnette,
Thomas Bynum, John Clark,
Raymond Foushee, and Robert
Attending North Carolina Col
lege in Durham are Muriel At
water, and Ernest Cordal. Marion
Galashaw and lola Baldwin are
at Spelman College, Atlanta,
Georgia. Edwin Caldwell is in
Hampton Institute, Hampton,
Virginia. Rebecca Frazier and
Gloria Mason are attending busi
ness school in Durham, North
The nine A Class is very glad
to have Mrs. Hicks, our last
year’s English teacher, to be our
homeroom teacher in high school.
Our class officers for this school
are as follows: President, Allen
Mason; Vice President, Rufus
Bynum; Secretary, Delores Ma
son; and Treasurer, Floyd Hogan.
The two patrols are Doreatha
Merritt and Marie Foushee.
THE FIRST ISSUE of the LINCOLN ECHO for the school year
1952-53, is dedicated to our principal, Mr. C. A. McDougle.
The following students made an
average of B plus or above for
the first six weeks period.
7-A: Lenny Alston, Markethia
Baldwin, Malissa Edwards, Pris
cilla Farrow, and Nettie Williams.
7- B: Betsy Battle, Helen Jones,
Shirley Merritt, Joseph Bynum,
James Atwater, and Frederick
8- A: Janette Alston, Juanita
Atwater, Carolyn Burnette, Patri
cia Isles, Hilda Pendergraft, Leo
Leak, Phillip Smith.
8- B: Annie Burnette, Espher
Foster, Betty Jones, Mary Mason,
Joseph Burnette, William' Far
rington, Ernest Leak, William
9- A: Carolyn Brewer, Ida
Battle, Allen Mason.
10-A; Gloria Vickers, Barbara
Burnette, Beatrice Robinson.
10-B: Faye Atwater, Frances
Hargraves, Betty Hogan, Alicia
Jones, and Gwendolyn Snipes.
11th Grade: Bettye Briggs,
Marian Brooks, Erneatine Cole,
Alice Hargraves, Annie M. Jones,
Ernestine Powell, Ruth Stroud,
and Robert Winston.
And Game Planned
Homecoming Day is October
30, 1952. This is a day we all
look forward to, for it is the
greatest event in the school year
, \vherein everyone takes part.
I Miss Lincoln High School will
I be crowned, floats will be made
: to represent the work and art of
j organizations, and the big parade.
' The band will play while the
: iTiajorettes execute smart mane-
' The game between the Lincoln
High School “Tigers” and Frank-
I'n County Training School of
Louisburg will begin at 8:15 p.m.
The parade will start at Lin
coln High School at 4:30 p.m. and
go to the Carrboro Lions Park in
time for the kick-off.
During the half-time Miss Lin-
I coin High School will be crowned
! by the football captain. After the
crowning the band will march and
show maneuvers recently ac
i The Homecoming Contest spon-
; sored by the Ways and Means
I Committee, went over with fly-
ng colors with the 7B grade
carrying the banner as leaders,
i Every class put forth great ef
fort. The classes reported as fol
12th Grade—Mr. Lowery* $50.00
11 th Grade^Mrs. Turner $54.75
^ lOthA Grade—Mrs. Frazier $40.32
lOthB Grade— Mrs. Robinson
■ - $67.61
n.A Grade—Mrs. Hicks $70.12
9E Grade—Mrs. Smith . .. $68.00
LA. Grade—Mrs. Kornorgay $81.08
8B Grade—Mrs. Fulford .... $70.79
7A Grade—Mrs. Bell $100.10
7B Grade—Mrs. Barnes $105.00
, TOTAL $707.01
Kathryn Farrar will be crowned
Miss Lincoln High School at our
annual Homecoming game on
! October 30, 1952. Her attendants
will come from the section of the
classes raising the highest amount
of money. They are Dorothy
Weaver, Annie Mae Jones, Bar
bara Pendergraph, Bertha Hea-
den. Mary Baldwin and Annie
Alicia Jones and
October 30—Louisburg (Home-
' November 6—Creedmoor
; November 12—Raleigh.
Ninth B News
The Ninth B class is proud to
I be in high school this year. We
I consider it an honor to be called
Freshmen. Our homeroom teacher
is Mrs. R. A. Smith and we have
i a class membership of 41 boys and
Our class officers are as follows:
; President, Thomas Booth, Vice-
i president, Hillard Caldwell; Sec-
i retary, Ethel Riggsbee; Assistant
: Secretary, Malissia Fearrington,
Reporter, Shirley Reavis; Par
liamentarian, Wallace Perry; Stu
dent Council Representatives,
Herman Burchette and Wallace
Twelve members of our class
are members of the band; eight
are members of the chorus and
three are members of the patrol
Ethel Riggsbee and
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