S.C. Teen's Promprosal Required An Airplane A friend took Julianne White for a plane ride. In a field below, Noah Matthews had written in 450-foot letters: Prom? She said yes.

S.C. Teen's Promprosal Required An Airplane

S.C. Teen's Promprosal Required An Airplane

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A friend took Julianne White for a plane ride. In a field below, Noah Matthews had written in 450-foot letters: Prom? She said yes.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Noah Matthews asked one of life's big questions. He lives in Darlington, S.C., and he wanted to ask a girl to prom. A friend took Julianne White on a plane ride. She looked down on the field where Matthews had plowed in 450-foot letters a single word - prom? She did not demand a complete sentence from the guy. She said yes to the dance at West Florence High School this Saturday. It's MORNING EDITION.

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