Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1980
Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 1, 2019
Couriering the area this week in 1980 — A group of about 40 men, boys and women coordinated efforts to raise the walls of the new Lewisville Titan Clubhouse and Snack Bar.
Mrs. Mattie Macie Cromer Eaton and Mrs. Hattie Gracie Cromer Loggins, twins, celebrated their 90th birthday.
The Tanglewood Ladies Golf Association 9-hole group played member-member and full handicap for combined scores. Low gross to Millie Brown and Inez Styles with 131. Low net a tie for Mary Craver and Becky Cash and Elaine Hunt with Wilda Hedrick.
The West Forsyth High School Titanides dance team returned home from camp with a trophy. Members in attendance were Pam Powers, Jennifer Human, Kathy Lee, Ginger Plyler, Kitty Ziegler, Patricia Stover, Jane Kirchmeyer, Sarah Smith, Linda Dovi, Julia Burrows, Debbie Banks, Laurie Lennon, Lisa Wilson, Carole Bailey, Becky Marshall, June Craft, Lisa Anderson, Kelly Vernon, Beth Warren, Debby Ross, Robin Burke, Wendy Webb and Karla Plyer.
Mary Louise Joyce of the Clemmons Horseplay Unlimited 4-H Club and Timmy Smith of Fiddler’s Creek 4-H Club were declared state winners in competition among all 100 counties at 4-H Congress in Raleigh.
E. Glenn Moore III was named city office manager of the Clemmons office of Wachovia Bank and Trust Company.
VFW Post 9010 Ladies Auxiliary in Clemmons elected their officers. Those included were Veigh Spry, president; Lucille Nichols, senior vice president; Alice Lashmit, junior vice president; Louise Poindexter, treasurer; Daye McGilvary, chaplain; Elizabeth Hayes, conductress; Agatha Zingolis, guard and Doris Wall, patriotic instructor.
Marine Pvt. James R. Cleaver, of Clemmons, completed combat recruit training in Parris Island, South Carolina.
Sgt. Bill Pack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Pack of Clemmons, was selected to attend Officer’s Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
The Kennedy High School Junior ROTC was recognized for their achievements during an award-winning year at a meeting at the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School board.
West Forsyth football player, Jim Caudill was West’s first Football 1980 Tough Titan. He scored extremely high on an eight-station conditioning test invented by West head football coach Odie Biggs.
Wilson “Bill” O. Holiday replaced Phillip Coleman as the new Southwest Junior High principal.