Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1972

Published 12:00 am Thursday, February 27, 2020

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Couriering the area this week in 1972 — Dr. Will Berry and Jessee Clawson received recognition for securing eye wills at the club’s regular meeting held at the NC Eye and Human Tissue Bank in Winston-Salem.

Last year’s winner of the Jaycee’s Distinguished Service Award, Carl Lawrence, presented a plaque to the 1972 winner, Roy Rights.

Gary Gidley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Gidley of Clemmons, was one of the art students given the Southern Photo and Supply Company Award at the 1972 Scholastic Art Awards presentation at UNC-Greensboro. Gary also won two Gold keys and a Hallmark Honor prize for the work she submitted.

Dixon Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Williams and a sophomore at St. Andrews Presbyterian College, was named to the dean’s list for the fall term.

The Deacon of the Month at Clemmons Baptist Church was J.K. Miller. He, and his wife Mary Lou, have five children and three grandchildren.

Fourteen members of the Clemmons Garden Club attended the program by the Harris VSP Garden Center.

The seventh Annual Horse and Pony Show was to be held on Easter Monday at Lewisville Elementary School.

Members of Clemmons Civic Club Cub Scout Pack 736 who received various awards at the annual Blue and Gold banquet held at Clemmons Civic Center were Curtis Daniel, Scott Martin, Tim Binkley, Jimmy Fleming, Darrell Parker, Rick Sheek, John Cook, Barry Parker, Gene Hoffpauir, Danny Lawrence, Chris Poe, Peter Chappell, Frank Banzhof, Craig Hendrix and Monty Boyer.

Marine Pvt. Terry W. Crater completed highly specialized training with the advanced Infantry Training Regiment at the Marine Corp Base, Camp Lejeune.

Norma Jean Harbin, West Forsyth girls basketball coach, was chosen Basketball Coach of the Year by a vote of her colleagues and the girls coaches in Forsyth County.

The West Forsyth “Player of the Week” was Paul “Showboat” Shelf. Due to an automobile accident early in the season, Paul had seen limited action but was an inspiration to the team.

West Forsyth High School cheerleaders were overcome with emotion following the Titans’ victory over Reynolds for the school’s first basketball championship in its history.

Rosalie Adams, guidance counselor at West Forsyth High School, and Frankie Craven of the Children’s Home were co-chairmen of the 45th Annual Convention of the North Carolina Personnel and Guidance Association at the Benton Convention in Winston-Salem.