Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1988

Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 22, 2019

Couriering the area this week in 1988 — The Clemmons Village Council voted 3-1 against the location of The Spur country music hall on the ABC permit opinion poll.

J. Ceylon Jackson, a resident of Meadowbrook Manor, in Clemmons, celebrated his 100th birthday.

Cadet Todd E. McDonald, son of Jackie E. and Jeloma L. McDonald of Clemmons, received practical work in military leadership at the U.S. Army ROTC advanced camp at Fort Bragg.

West Forsyth High School held the first annual Pigskin Preview which featured all eight Winston-Salem/Forsyth County varsity high school football teams in a series of four one-hour scrimmages.

Jeff and Reid Allred were two of the 19 first place winners at Tangelwood BMX races. Jeff Allred captured the top spot in the 11-12 year old novice class followed by Bryan Smith.

The Session of Clemmons Presbyterian Church approved and contracted for major heating and air conditioning renovations to the church facility.

Linda M. Neil, of Clemmons and a Mary Kay sales director, was honored for exceptional professional achievement during the company’s “Silver Celebration” national seminar in conjunction with the cosmetic firm’s upcoming 25th anniversary.

The sidewalk survey question of the week was, “Should Lewisville Vote to Incorporate?” There three for yes, two no’s and one undecided.

In Tanglewood Ladies Golf news — Betty Hutchins fired a 92 to claim first-place in the 18-hole group. Hutchins was followed by Alice Livingston with a 112 and Irene Brandon and Jean Stevenson who each shot 116. Low net honors went to Nancy Stone. She was followed by Billie Crawford and Wilda Hedrick respectively. In the nine-hole group, Sherry Koehler and Eva Smith teamed for a score of 69 to capture first in a member-member match. Second place went to the duo of Lynn Hall and Mary McCabe while the tandem of Dolly Diehl and Diana Smith took third.

The Lewisville Titan/Pop Warner football organization was opening up its 1988 schedule with the Titan Kickoff Carnival at Southwest Elementary School.

Herman McKinney, a standout tailback for the West Forsyth Football team, transferred to Lees-McRae College from Norfolk State.

Steven Bradford Calloway, of Clemmons, earned his CPA certificate. He was among a group receiving certificates from the State Board of CPA Examiners.

Jennifer Kaley McCollock, a student at Hanes Middle School, was among nearly 200 students from public and private schools in several states to participate in East Carolina University’s summer school.

Kimberly Leonard, 12, of Lewisville and a seventh-grader at Hanes Middle School, attended a three-day Space Camp sponsored by NASA in Titusville, Florida.