Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1990

Published 12:00 am Thursday, January 30, 2020

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Couriering the area this week in 1990 — Area golfers met with the golf committee of the Forsyth County Park Authority to state their grievances and praise over Tanglewood Park’s golf facilities.

Air Force Airman 1st Class Jeffrey M. Tally arrived for duty at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. He was a 1985 graduate of West Forsyth High School and the son of Johnnie M. and Ruth T. Tally of Lewisville.

June Flynn was the featured “cook of the week” in the Clemmons Courier. Some of her recipes included fruit pizza, Bavarian apple torte, ham and cheese hors d’oeuvres and cream of coconut cake.

Three local students, who attended Catawba College, were named to the dean’s list for the past fall semester — Penny Cash, Kristina Kapp and Mary Wood.

Tricia Evans, a junior at Appalachian State University, made the dean’s list for the past fall semester.

Airman Jennifer F. Wade graduated from Air Force basic training a Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. She is the daughter of Harvey A. Wade of Lewisville and Lina F. Wade of Fernandina Beach, Florida.

Mark Silcott, a member of Boy Scout Troop 735 of Clemmons Presbyterian Church, received the highest patrol points in the troop elections. Runners up were Jonathan Blanken and Jeffrey Blanden. Eric Gross received honorable mention.

The West Forsyth girls’ varsity basketball team ran its unbeaten streak to 13 games with wins over Parkland and Davie County.

The West Forsyth boys’ junior varsity basketball team improved its conference record to 3-2 with wins over Parkland and Davie County.

Mike Payne, an outstanding lineman for the West Forsyth varsity football team, announced he accepted a football grant-in-aid at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Jo A. Peay was selected as Secretary of the Year by the Winston-Salem Chapter of Professional Secretaries International.

Robert Sidney Jeffords, of Clemmons, was ordained and stalled as pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem.

Paul Crinkley became the new assistant principal at Clemmons Elementary School. He brought over 20 years experience in the Forsyth County School system as both a teacher and administrator.

Betty B. Griffith, of Clemmons, was named chairman of the public relations committee of Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina Inc.