Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1969

Published 12:00 am Thursday, March 14, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 1969 — J. T. Fisher, of Clemmons, participated in a fat stock show in Sweetwater, Texas.

Karen Yarbrough was in a photo that won for Clemmons photographer, Hazen Keyser. The award was given at the Southeastern Professional Photographers Convention in Atlanta, Ga.

Southwest Junior High announced their students of the month — From the seventh grade were Tommy Pratt and LuAnn Estes. From the eighth grade were Susan Teague and Larry Conrad. From the ninth grade were Paula Miller and Dean Harrison.

Larry E. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith of Clemmons, designed a flag for Western Carolina University for a two-year project of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity.

Dr. Harold Stinson and Ray Collins were among several Clemmons residents who attended the ACC Basketball Tournament in Charlotte.

The Rev. L.L. McGee, of Clemmons, attended a meeting of the National Association of Clinical Pastoral Education in Washington, D.C.

Jeanne Lilly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lilly of Clemmons, was named to the Dean’s List a UNC-Chapel Hill.

Spec./4 Larry Matthews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Audrey G. Matthews, spent a month’s leave at home with his parents before leaving for Vietnam.

The newly inducted members of the National Honor Society at West Forsyth High School were — Neville Chaney, Deborah Day, Susan Willis, Virginia Grant, Mary Hurtt, Brenda Jones, Jerry Klein, Arne Lawrence, Mary McGee, Karen Myers, Thomas Phelps, Bonnie Richardson, Jeffrey Seaton, Ronnie Spach, Olen Stokes, Christopher Ward, Mary Etchison, Ernest Williams and Michelle Stover. The NHS members who helped with the induction ceremony of the new members were — Mary Wackerhagen, Judith Conrad, Monica Hedgecock, Jeffrey Minick, Bruce Snyder, Paul Chandler and Frank Denare.

Judy Pilcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Broughton Pilcher of Lewisville, achieved honor roll status at Wake Forest University.

James C. Gough, of Lewisville, was honored at the President’s Month Pilot Life Insurance Banquet at the Pilot Club in Sedgefield.

Jim Church, assistant vice president of the Northwestern Bank presented customer, Joe Farrell, with a charge slip with the new Master Charge Card. The new cards were in the process of being mailed in the area to many prospective users of the new interbank charge plan.