DECEMBER, 1952 THE LINCOLN ECHO PAGE THREE Football Finale The Lincoln High School Tigers closed their season successfully. They had .won 5 games and lost 3. Seven seniors played their last game for Lincoln High when they played Addison High School of Roanoke, Virginia. Those seniors are Johnny Goins, Nelson Riggs- bee, Benjamin Jones, Rufus Min or, Bobby Hagood, William Guth rie and Jackie Battle. Basketball Begins Business Honor Club Organizes The Business Honor Club under the supervision of Mrs. M. G. Frazier, was organized on Novem ber 5, 1952, and it’s members were chosen on the basis of scholarship in the Commercial Department. Students eligible at this time for joining were stu dents who had received a B-plus i or above average for the first six weeks of school in one of the chosen courses of the department, i They were: Ross Farrington, Ruby Booth, Drucilla Clark, Ernestine Powell, Robert Wins-! The Lincoln High School Tigers i Farrington, Ben-1 jamin Jones, Dorothy Weaver and! Alice Hargraves. ! Those elected to serve the club as officers were: ! President — Ross Farrington We enjoyed shell craft very much. The second six weeks we made animals and fruit plaques from plaster of Paris, and turkeys for Thanksgiving from pine combs. Now we are busy making our Christmas gifts. These include cookie cans, waste baskets, Santa Clauses from dish cloths, and lamps. Jessie R. Farrar James Atwater // will play host to Horton High of Pittsboro on December 18, 1952, at Northside. Jackie Battle is captain of the team this year and Johnny Goins is Co-Captain. Thomas Booth Progress of the Girls’ Basketball Team Football season is over and now basketball practice has be gun. Thirty-eight hopeful girls, more than ever before, have been practicing very hard. Out of this number, between 15 and 20 girls will be chosen to represent the school’s talent this season. The majority of the girls are good players, although some require much developing and training. Several games have already been scheduled, the first being De cember 18, 1952, against Horton High School of Pittsboro, North Carolina. Others are Hillside, Lit tle River, Merrick-Moore, Pitts boro, Roxboro, Hillsboro, and Pleasant Grove. Two games will be played for the benefit of the Band Uniform Drive. Dorothy Weaver has been voted by the girls to be the manager and Alfred Parrish the trainer. Faye Atwater Vice President — Nelson Riggs- j bee ; Secretary — Ola Mae Farring- | ton Assistant Secretary — Ernes tine Powell Treasurer — Robert Winston News Reporter — Benjamin Jones Juniors Win Prize The junior class under the leadership of Mrs. M. D. Turner led the high school in the recent membership drive of the Parent Teachers Association with $34 which represents 34 members added. The juniors feel very proud of this honor, as they did not win highest honor in the school financial drive. In a recent meeting the follow ing officers were elected: Presi dent, Robert Winston; Vice Presi dent, Marion Brooks; Secretary, Ernestine Powell; Assistant Sec retary, Bette Briggs; Treasurer, Cletus Clark; Student Council Representatives, Joe Morgan and Robert Winston. Betty Briggs Class Presents "Boston Tea Party' The 8th B class had a history play Friday in class. The name of the play was “The Boston Tea Party” made up of a group of ladies who met at Mrs. E. King’s house. They were called to prom ise not to buy tea or any other British goods until the rights of the colonies were respected. Characters participating in the play had different names. They were as follows: Annie Burnett—Mrs. J. Moore Esphere Foster—Mrs. E. King Mary Mason—Mrs. E. S. Smith Delores James—Mrs. E. Ed wards Betty Jones—Miss C. Harnett Helen Walker—Mrs. E. Alston This play was given because of the studies of the colonies which were trying to get their rights from England in colonial days. They would not obey the laws and refused to pay taxes. Helen Walker The 7th B Class has made many beautiful things in our art class. The first six weeks we learned Shell Craft. The first thing we learned was the names of the different kinds of sea shells. We made earrings of many de signs and shapes, decorated combs and hair barrettes, made branches of all kinds and decorated beauti fully shaped bottles. Our work was on display in our display cabinet in the hall. FOR BETTER MEATS AND GROCERIES BUY AT West Franklin Street Grocery West Franklin St. Chapel Hill 9th C News The Ninth C class is very proud to have Mr. R. O. Kornegay as our homeroom teacher. Our officers are as follows: President, Desby Harris; Vice BERMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Outfitters for the Entire Family HUTCHINSON'S CAROLINA FLOWER SHOP Opposite Post Office Corner Phone 4851 Chapel Hill. N. C. TAXI For Prompt and Courteous Service 6611 DIAL 6611 ALL CARS EQUIPPED WITH TWO-WAY RADIO TELEPHONE HOLLYWOOD CAB CO. 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