Couriering Clemmons — What was happening in 1984
Published 12:00 am Thursday, August 29, 2019
Couriering the area this week in 1984 — Fourteen-year-old Sherri Sparks, of Clemmons, was the first runner-up in the America’s Global Miss Pageant held at the Radisson Hotel in High Point. She is the daughter of Wayne and Clydene Sparks.
Two Clemmons residents, Lisa N. Styles and Kenneth E. Staab, were elected trust operations officers at Wachovia Bank and Trust in Winston-Salem.
Reid Owen Whitehead, 18 of Clemmons and son of Mr. and Mrs. James Whitehead, received his Eagle Scout from the Boy Scouts of America at Ardmore Baptist Church.
A three-year employee of Stitch N Such, Alice Schuckenbrock took over as owner and manager of the crafts store located in Allen’s Cove on Lewisville-Clemmons Road.
Senior Girl Scout Troop 437, of Clemmons, was named a national winner for its community service program in the 1984 Help Young America campaign.
Centenary United Methodist Women attend the annual district meeting in Lexington at the First United Methodist Church.
Members of the 1984-85 West Forsyth Titanides were Louri Lynn Throgmorton, Audra Green, Lisa Wooten, Julie Edwards, Tina Merrill, Deb Sims, Tiffany Wimbush, Jodi Poteat, Lori Price, Maria Strater, Debbie Weatherman, Voni Montgomery, Towanda Blackburn, Lori Bennett, Leslie Kausch, Doris Powell, Suzanna Ledbetter, Lori Hutchins, Ellen Jackson, Missy Heuer, Julie Poteat, Teresa Cohn, Renae Wright, Marri Barrow, Erica Reifenberg, Jennifer Coats, Tracey Hartman, Kathy Cox, Missy Hayes, Dane Hewett, Jodi Scott, Carol Mansfield, Angela Wagoner, Serena Baker, Tracey Edwards, Shelly Todd, Lachelle Via, Jan Mock, Jenny McKnight, Devan Walsh, Ashley Human, Tiffany Jarrett, Dee Ann Reavis, Crystal Wilson and Michelle Shelton.
The West Forsyth cheerleaders for the 1984-85 season were Lynn Burke, Adria Hockenberry, Chrissy Coleman, Beth Thacker, Travella Robinson, Michelle Allen, Lisa Jennings, Susan Vinson, Rob Kirchmeyer, David Frank, Reg Yarborough, Jeff Cox and Jeff Talley. The co-chiefs were Veronica Knesel and Debbie Bailey.
Rebecca Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Clemmons, was hired as a student teacher at Parkland High School.
The Friends of the Clemmons Branch Library elected a slate of eight officers and accepted bylaws recommended by a steering committee.
Plans were gearing up for the Little Miss Clemmons pageant to be held at Southwest Elementary School. Contestants for the pageant were Brandi Lynn Boger, Shasta Lee Kinkins, Amelia Anne Burney and Gina Facciolo.