i B October 29, 1954
Fence Us In”
lEleanor Walton, William Neal
iTo Be Married In December
Dr. and Mrs. Syrus L. Walton
Df Glen Alpine have announced
jthe engagement of their daughter,
[Eleanor, to Second Lieutenant
■William W. Neal, III, son of Mrs.
|W. W. Neai, Jr., of Marion, and
|the late Mr. Neal.
The wedding will take place
|December 23, in the Baptist Church
3f Glen Alpine. , _
Eleanor is a junior at Salem, and
majoring in public school music,
she has been active in the Choral
iinsemble, a member of the Y
Jouncil, and is the Junior class
representative to the Student
Bill attended Woodberry Forest
prep school, and is a graduate of
luke University, where he majored
in business administration. During
his senior year, he served as presi
dent of the Sigma Chi Fraternity.
.The couple will live in Houston,
Texas, where Lieutenant Neal is
stationed. Eleanor will continue
her studies at the University of
By Kay Cunningham
The question of the week has
been “What Do You Think of
the New Construction on Salem
Square?” For three days people
ran away when I appeared. For
three days I circled the dining hall
and asked many girls this question.
A poll is no easy task and getting
people to tell me how they feel
about the square was a time-con
suming job. But here are some of
the replies: \
Ann Miles: It reminds me of
greener pastures. (We wonder
Pat Green; Ah, tradition; I love
it, but do wish we could sit on
Ann Campbell: At least we can
now date everything B. F. or
A. F.—before fence and after
Rachel Ray: I just love the
walks—so-o-o romantic, but I
do wish there weren’t so many
lights out" there.
Mary Ann Raines: I like it all
right, but I do wish they had
left the cement; it was the
only place I could walk.
Mary H. Fike: I can’t wait till
they finish the fire house so I
can chase fires in an 18th cen
tury fire wagon.
Ella Ann Lee: All they need to
do is take down the big trees,
plant little trees and it will
look.like the 1700’s.
Ann Mixon: I can’t wait till the
rain starts and swish—swish
go those bricks.
Betty Baird: I hear they are
going to put cows in there and
let the Home Ec. girls milk
(Continued from Paffe One)
taining to singing and her career.
Nevertheless she has other strong
interests, such as : sketching, cook
ing, enameling jewelry, and weav-
i ing. Lynne recently acquired these
latter hobbies at Cherokee, N.
Maybe you saw her there in the
production “Unto These Hills” this
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