f Page Four English I Class By Janice Bynum 9-2 The Freshman English class is having a wonderful time for their first year in high school. They have learned many things this year and have enjoyed them. They also had a discussion on Juvenile Deliquency. Think to yourself about this question: Who is to blame for Juvenile Delin quency? you or your parents? Juvenile Delinquency, which means bad behavior among young people, ranging from truancy to really serious crime, is an ever present problem. It shows great increase in wartime, of course, but there are always bad boys and girls. The Scientific Facts The eight-two class has studied the chapter. Your Body' at Work. The major topic includes the Brain, Heart and the Eye. We have learned quite a few things too. We learned that we hear and see with our brain. The brain is divided into two halves. There are three parts of the brain, the Cerebrum. Cerebella, and the Medulla. Each has dif ferent functions. Our heart is divided into four chambers. We have had to trace the blood through our bodies, and it was something we all enjoyed. The reason we see with our brain is because the eye is a kind of camera which picks up light. There are six parts of the eye. The whole class thought this was a very interesting chapter so we thought we would tell you about it. By Brenla Jones - Social Security- (Continued from Page 1) I social security number (exactly as shown on your card) and the I amount of your earnings. Your social security number is , important because it is your iden- ■ tification of an insurance policy i with the Federal Government. The social security tax which your employer withholds from your earnings represents your premium payments on your pol icy. The Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance will keep an individual record of your earn ings based on the reports which your employer files. This record will be maintained by the Social Security Administration along with rriillions of others. If your name and social security number are reported correctly by your employer, you will receive credit for your earnings. You will not leceive credit if his report does not contain this information. This credit is extremely important be- : cause the amount of benefits which you, vour parents, or your future family will receive in later years depends on your earnings record. If vou are olanning to work and do not have your social security "ard, contact your nearest Social Security District Office or secure an application for a number i (Form SS-5) from your local post office. The Durham District Of- i fice, serving this county, is locat- ' ed at 1433 Broad Street in Dur ham. Teenage Love By Beniamin F. Lindsay • ’ C III gCllCiai 11 It-r-• reeling experienced when one is strongly attached or deeply voteu '0 another, but at Lincoln teenage love has five meaiitngs; to the Junior High it meui..» ti '*■ certain feeling: to the fra=hman it means having a good time: to the sophomores it means free rides: to the junior it means a "t^ange in life: and to the senior, a more dignified group, teenage love is nothing but a lot of ‘‘junk’*. But don't let that discourage you. Go ahead and have your fu:. and free rides, and feel that certa-' feeling, for that is teenage Ip-®^ Went' jrtF*^ Sloan twWELERS vV atches — Gifts Chapel Hill, N. C. EUBANX'S DRUGS 64 Years of Pharmacy Chapel Hill, N. C. S & W TAILORS Suits Made To Measure —Alterations— Press While You Wait 406 W. Franklin St. LEDBETTER-PICKARD School Supplies and Stationery Chapel Hill. M Honor Roll Christalena ur. -*!- Rena Headen 7- 3 T^iornri'- T'or-'!n CT+nn Charlene McDougle Thomas Alston Sandra Weaver Sylvester Bynum 8- 3 7- 1 Carrie Webb 8- 1 Betty Bumphus Edith Mason Ann E.. Young 12th, Mary Mason Esphur Foster Marcia Williams THE LINCOLN ECHO — Contestants — (Continued from Page 1) On April 17, 1957 at 4:30 p.m. we left Green.-boro, N. C. en- route to New York City. We had supper in the Richmond, Virginia, Bus Station an", arrived in New York at 6:00 am. We registered at the Hotel Piccadilly, had breakfast in the Hotel Piccadilly Restaurant and went on a tour of New York City. We had lunch at the Down Under Restaurant of Radio Center and dinner in Rock efeller Center. At 8:40 p.m. we went to see a Broadway Theater Production. “Tie Diary of Anne Frank’’, at the Ambassador The ater. On April 19th we had break- last at the hotel restaurant and went on a tour G The United Na tions Headquarters. We had lunch in the Delegates Dining Room of the U. N. Heacquarters and af terwards had a briefing by Dr. Frank Graham. At 4:00 p.m. we left New York for Washington, D. C. We stayed overnight at the Hotel Franklyn Park. April 20th we had breakfast at Shell's Cafe teria, a tour o: the Capital, a tour of WashHgton, lunch at Sholl’s Cafeteria and the tour of guard ceremony at Arlington Na tional Cemetary Then we left Washington for North Carolina and arrived in preensboro. N. C. at 11:30 p.m. wrere my parents met us. It was a very erjoyable trip and I hope someone from L'ncoln will win next year. Joseah Burnette May Day Program Theme; May Day Around The World I. S.u’-ts—Ath’>tic Department 11 o’clock II. Froc'red by Quee- fd7iiowed by ot'ier participants III. Crowning of the Queen— President of Tudent body IV. Dances: 1. Sweden - - 9-1 2. American Flag Drill-.- 8-1 a. SquaE Dance 9-2 3. Poland - - 8-2 4. Germany 7-1 5. Mexico 8-3 6. Russia 7-3 7. England 7-2 8. Lincoln Twirling Corp 9. France 10th & 11th 10. Spain 12th 11. America 10th & 11th V. Wrapping -f May Pole 7th, 8th, & 9.h VI. Soft Ball frame April, 1957 Let's Gossip Here I am again with my crys tal ball steadily flashing, ready to give you the latest happenings. Orchids to Joseph Burnette for winning a tr'o to the United Na tions. Onions to the Senior boys that didn't stay for afternoon practice. Aren't the boys at Lincoln fine enough for D. E.. A. B.. and M, W.? It doesn’t seem they are. From what I gather they have some S P’s around the city. What’s happening to the daily chatter between J. A. and R. W.? Is R. E. laying down a few laws of her own or has W. J. gotten wise? Orchids to R. W. for coming to school once more before it closes. Onions to the continuous gum chewers. Has A. B. finally given P. S. the axe? It looks that way from whvre I sit. Wonder what will happen to the romance between H. C. and M. B. now that L. J. is in town’’ V/ill J. L. be around if M. B. is put out in the cold? Orchids to those who helped decorate for the Spring Ball. Is M, B. moving B. J. B. out with J. A.? It seem.s as if V. C. is giving up B. N. and so J. H. might not have anything anytime soon. Someone seems to be squealing >n P. J. and C. A. Is what they're • ving true? P. S. is slowly but surely mov- i L. S. out of th(' picture with ' C. F. What's all the talk between A. B. and R. H.? Is it real or is he only playing games. F. d^’K. was sharp as a tack at the Prom with her $5.00 orchid from. M. M. It seems as if F. W. and C. B. are too happy. Woi'der ■'■h}’ M. W. v.’asnt sure if W. F. was going to take , L-.' the ‘^hG '’i h.,’' ncim Lu,worry though because W. N. was her escort. T. C. is watching every move , W. O. makes. Did W. H. really take V. B. ! serious when he received the note i with her name signed to it? I will be signing off now. Don’t : forget to look for me in the next ' edition. Calendar of Events By Warren R. Jones Da*e Activities Place Mav 1st—May Festival. School grounds. Mav 2nd—State Band Festival, Greensboro, North Carolina. May 3rd—Choir Festival. Winston-Salem. May 6th—Band and Chorus Concert. School Auditorium. May 8th—Senior Trip. Raleigh. North Carolina. May 17th—Annual Awards Day, School Auditorium. May 24th—Senior Class Night, School Auditorium.. Mav 26th—Annual Senior Ves pers School Auditorium. May 28th 29th & 30th—Final Examinations School. June 1st—End of 9th month and end of school year at 10:30 A. M. First Semester In Literature By Emma Louise Minor 8-1 During the first semester we've had a very interesting lesson in literature. We learned about fif teen beautiful paintings. One of my favorite pictures was Deborah and Nietzche which was a very beautTul picture. The painter was Gladys Rockmore Davis. We al.=:o 'earned fifteen quota tions such as, “Three may keep a secret if two are dead", which is a very true quotation. We’ve also read stories from text books which were very interesting but the story I liked best was The Kiskis bv May Vontver. This story was verv sad. BLACKBURN'S PRODUCE Open 7 Days Weekly Fresh Fruits and Vegetables KEMP'S Records and High Fidelity Equipment 207 E. Franklin St. Chapel Hill,N. C. UNIVERSIIY FLORIST 124 E. Fnnklin St. Chapel Hill. N. C. WEAVER'SREALTY CO. Real Estate— Insurance 410 We^jfc ranklin St. Chapel lill. N. C. Is School Really Out? By Teddy R. Morrow So I don’t have to worry about lunch money and getting up early in the morning. I can go swim- m'ng, fishing, and sleep. Take the radio outside under a big tree and listen to some music and drink icewatsr. Don’t have to worry about my sister calling me, now I can have peace. For Mothers Day Give A Portrait Gift Letter to used at her convenience — Seniors — It’s time to make an appointment for your Graduation Portraits Ask For Our Specials H. J. Edwards Photographer 420 ’W. Franklin St. Phone 9-9913 -P.T.A.- (Continued from Page 1) Treasurer; Mr. R. D. Smith Pariiamentarian: Rev. T. P. Du- hart Histor'an ■ '’'T- " T’ n T’i?-nr-r In order that the officers may have an easier job next year, here are five splendid ways that the parents may help. (1) They can show active inter est in what the school is doing— teaching methods, administra tive policies, teacher-selection, financial problems. (2) They can be open-minded toward change, inquiring into the •chool’s reasons for adopting a particular policy or method be fore jumping to conclusions bas ed on rumor or partial facts. (3) They can provide the school with information about the child which bears on his school pro gress and adjustment. (4) They can recognize the fact that the home, rather than the school, must assume major re- SDonsibility for certain aspects of the child’s development—moral . and spiritual values, discipline, health, sex education, extra- school interests. (5) If they disagree with school policy or school rules, they can refrain from encouraging their children to ignore these rules. There are appropriate channels for effecting change, and until change is effected, a youngster is more secure if it’s clear to him he is expected to abide by the rules. W« hope the suggestions above will prove helpful for better school-community relations. The child’s caught in the middle when such relations are not the best. It is hoped also that these sug gestions will enable the PTA to be better next year than any other vear. Call 9-1461 TARHEEL CLEANERS Serving Your HOMETOWN SCHOOLS For Pick-up And Delivery Service Cliapel Hill, N. C. SERVING CHAPEL HILL SINCE 1899 THE BANK OF CHAPEL HILL Chapt" Hill- ^•’rrboro—Glen Lennox Member F.D.I.C.