Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1973
Published 12:00 am Thursday, February 21, 2019
Couriering the area this week in 1973 — Kent Blackburn and Walter Willis, Jr., received their Eagle Scout awards during the morning worship hour at Pine Grove Methodist Church.
Dale S. Liner was named manager of the Clemmons Branch of the Winston-Salem Savings and Loan Association.
The Clemmons Community Development Council elected Mrs. Raymond Baskin, of Clemmons, to serve as chairman.
Plans were continuing for the improvement of the intersection of NC 158 and Lewisville-Clemmons Road for construction to begin in March.
Miss Geraldine Myers, daughter of Mrs. H. R. Myers, of Clemmons, was named to the Dean’s List at Surry Community College.
Elaine Rinehart, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Rinehart of Clemmons, was preparing to appear in the forthcoming production of Moliere’s “The Misanthrope” presented by the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Lewis C. Carter, of Mocksville, opened Carter’s Furniture Store in the Craver Center on Feb. 1.
Mrs. Roy Robinson, Jr., of Clemmons, returned to her position as sales secretary in the district office of Allstate Insurance Company.
Debbie Timmons was selected the West Forsyth High School Key Club’s sweetheart for 1973. She was presented with a bouquet of a dozen roses.
Around 28 potential Titan baseball players turned out for the first day of practice. Wake Forest graduate student, Ken Zarski, was the head baseball coach. Assistant coach was Sgt. Major John Miller.
The Titan girls led the county in the number of players named this week to the all-county team for 1973. West had four girls on the team — Susan Teague, Denise Rodman, Delphine Williams and Ann Dixon. Beverly Gough received honorable mention.
The hamburger was still king among American lunch crowds, according to a national food and refreshment service firm.
The Titan mat team came up with a double win last week defeating Reidsville 44-22 and East with a score of 44-20.
Members of the 1973 championship West Forsyth girls basketball team were — Beverly Gough, Denise Rodman, Susan Teague, Ann Dixon, Delphine Williams, Eugenia Page, Robin West, Barbara Howell, Penny Craver, Robin Beshears, Sherry Nifong, Joni Spainhour, Pam Todd, Debbie West, Toni Hawkins, manager, Janice Cumby, scorekeeper, Norma Jean Harbin, coach and Patsy Foster, timer.