Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1990
Couriering the area in 1990 — Clemmons planners gave unanimous approval to attorney Dan Womble for his proposed new office building on Hwy. 158.
Sidewalk survey question of the week was, “Should women reporters be in locker rooms?” Four responded no and two said yes.
Shane Cornatzer, son of Jerry and Linda Cornatzer of Lewisville, was specially identified for early promotion to senior airman in the U.S. Air Force.
William Joseph Quinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Quinn of Lewisville, was named a North Carolina Teaching Fellow at UNC-Greensboro.
Centenary United Methodist Church in Clemmons was preparing to celebrate its 107th anniversary.
Army National Guard Pvt. Jason C. Clark completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. He is the son of Burnie E. and Kathy G. Clark of Clemmons.
A 52-0 romp by the Titan Junior Bantams highlighted Lewisville Pop Warner football play against King.
The West Forsyth High School varsity football team won a 14-7 decision over a Greensboro Grimsley team that had been averaging over 33 points per game.
Undefeated West Forsyth girls’ volleyball team went for its third straight Central Piedmont Conference volleyball title. The Lady Titans, 14-0 overall, closed out their third consecutive undefeated CPC regular season by thumping Mount Tabor and Reynolds.
Mike Dail, of Lewisville, won the football contest by missing six. His wife Mary missed 10 and his son, Michael, center for the West Forsyth Titans, missed nine. Leslie Smith came in second place by also missing six but losing by the tiebreaker.
Members of the 1990 West Forsyth homecoming court were — Angie Rumley, Angela Singletary, Jennifer Hayes, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Simpson, Tia Bailey, Tracy Quattlebaum, Amber Southard, Suzanne Cook, Krystal Bailey, Christy Hunt, Ashleigh Starczewski, Kelli Jones, Terri Byers, Kristen Rossi, Monica Hooper, Chi Pan, Cindy Claassen, Andrea Arrington, Carin Bullis, Emily Jordan, Amy Teague, Nakisa Simmons and Carol Dellinger.
Jill Zifchak, of Clemmons, was the assistant stage manager for Appalachian State University’s production of “Children of a Lesser God.” She was a 1986 graduate of West Forsyth High School.
Two Clemmons residents, Elizabeth Patricia Cocks and Jennifer Michelle McCarter, have pledged the Epsilon Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Rotary Club of Western Forsyth and club member Lettitia Iruela are working in partnership with Panera Bread to help distribute... read more