Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1984

Published 12:00 am Thursday, January 3, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 1984 – Dr. Mark Corts was honored on the occasion of his 20th anniversary as pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem.

Mr. J. E. Messick, Jr., a member of the Lewisville Garden Club, was presented with a life membership in the Garden Club of North Carolina by her family.

Bill and Jerri Mitchell, of Clemmons along with their children Laura and Mark, were hosts to exchange student Angela Marie Sanabrea from Bucaramanga, Colombia.

James S. Ferguson, of Clemmons, was promoted to a new regional sales manager for the mid-south section for Carborundum Abrasives Company.

Cub Scout Pack 715, of New Philadelphia Moravian Church, held its monthly pack meeting and Pinewood Derby.

Kimberly Dawn Leonard, daughter of Mrs. Judy H. Hartman, of Clemmons, was named to the honor roll at Louisburg College.

The West Forsyth Senior High School cheerleaders were selected by Universal Cheerleaders Association as one of the top 30 cheerleading teams in the nation. Members of the squad were: Marcy Kuhns, chief cheerleader; Cheryl Howell, co-chief; Brad Atkins, Rodney Nivens, Karla Oliver, Anna Petree, Cathy Lasley, Jeff Tally, Steve Doumas, Jeff Cox, Laura Lambie, Lynn Burke, Debbie Bailey, Lori Price and Veronica Knesel. Coaches of the squad were Mrs. Pat Spainhour and Mrs. Cindy Zimmerman.

Stephen Bennett Black, son of Bennett and Elsie Black of Lewisville, received a doctor of philosophy degree in mathematical sciences from Clemson University.

West Forsyth Senior High School was selected as one of 52 high schools from across the country to help evaluate a new series of television programs and academic materials which were designed for use in social studies classrooms.

Sam L. Sanders, president of Lentz Transfer and Storage Company in Clemmons, announced the promotion of Diann R. Martin to director of corporate services.

Army National Guard Pvt. Gary K. Davis, Jr., son of Gary K. and Tommie E. Davis of Clemmons, completed basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.

Students from the Salem Gymnastics Center performed during the halftime basketball game between West Forsyth and North Forsyth at West Forsyth High School.