May 16, 1952
}AcLrion W atson P Ians Wedding
To William Acker In June
Mr. and Mrs. Alonza T. Watson of Fayetteville announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Marion Dearborn, to William Ervin Acker
of the U. S. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Acker of Fayette
The wedding will take place June 4, at the First Presbyterian
Church Chapel in Fayetteville at 3 :30 p.m.
■ Marion, a history major, has
been very active on the editorial
staff of the Salemite. She was
also president of the Order of the
Scorpion this year. She worked
with the Youth Fellowship of the
Home Moravian Church in con
nection with her religious class.
Acker left Davidson to go into
the army last year. When he is
discharged, he expects to. return to
Davidson to receive his degree.
Lu Long Ogburn won the title
“Miss Splash Day” before a crowd
of 150,000 people at Galveston,
Texas May 4. .
Lu Long entered the contest as
Miss North Carolina. She traveled
to Texas with her mother and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Cooper from
Durham. Mr. Cooper, photograp
her on the Durham Herald Sun,
took the picture which qualified
Lu Long’s entrance into the UPPA
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The 1952 Sights and Insights was
distributed last Sunday and Mon
day. The annual, whith has a light
green leatherette cover, was the
fiftieth anniversary edition..
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The Salem Art Club has elected
its new officers for 1952-53. New
president is Alison Britt, vice-presi
dent is Bobbi Kuss, secretary is
Carolyn Dobson and treasurer is
There will be a mass Y Watch
on Tuesday night. May 20, at 10:00
p.m. It will be held on the lawn
between Strong and Bitting. In
case of bad weather, it will be
held in the Y room.
The International Relations Club
will have a coffee, honoring the
foreign students at 6:45 p.m. Mon
day, May 19, in the Friendship
Rooms of Strong. The student
body, faculty and administration
are cordially invited.
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The Westminster Fellowship
elected Betsy Forrest as the new
president and Sally Reiland as
treasurer of the group at a meet
ing last Tuesday.
if if if if lit.
The Special Study Evaluation
Committee held a meeting in the
living room of Strong last Thurs
day night. The topic under dis
cussion was Salem’s philosophy of
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The Senior Class will be honored
with a tea on May 20 at the home
of Mrs. Robert McCuiston, presi
dent of the Alumnae Association,
from 4:30 until 5:30 p.m. The
chairman of the committee on ar
rangements for this event is Mrs.
E. R. Hamilton, second vice-presi
dent of the Alumnae Association.
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your patronage, and to wish you a happy
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