Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1971

Published 12:00 am Thursday, September 17, 2020

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Couriering this area this week in 1971 — Miss Carolyn Olivia Stanley, daughter of Mr. A.A. Stanley of Route 2, Quinn Street, Clemmons, was entered as a contestant in the 1972 Miss Winston-Salem Pageant held at Reynolds Auditorium in Winston-Salem

Roger Stanley, son of Rev. and Mrs. Walter Stanley of Center Grove Church Road, played piano for the morning worship services at Clemmons Baptist Church this summer. Previously, he played at Center Grove Baptist and at Union Baptist.

Mrs. Nancy Drum of Lasater Lake Road, Clemmons, was elected vice president of the National Organization for Women. Mrs. Meyressa Schoonmaker was elected president.

B.L. Marty Lakey, a native of the Clemmons area, became associated with Harold Branch at Branch’s Razors Edge Barbershop in Lewisville. Lakey, who attended West Forsyth High School before entering the Army where he received his high school diploma, has served a year in Germany and also a year in Vietnam.

The Lewisville Tiny Titans of the Pop Warner Football League were defeated by the Ardmore Wildcats in the opening games of the season played at Miller Park. The Midget team was defeated, 16-12. Dwight Barringer, Tommy Messick, Jerry Gilley and Frank Myers led the Titans.

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Franklin of Rt. 1 Lewisville announced the marriage of their daughter, Shirle Jean, to Marion Shermer of East Bend, Rt. 2. The vows were spoken before Janie T. Carroll in High Point.

Many friends and relatives have visited the home of Kenneth E. McCoy’s on Hampton Road to welcome their new twin sons, Keith Scott and Heath Ellliott.

Five West Forsyth drill team members took dance lessons and Vinni Fredericks’ Academy of Dance Arts in Winston-Salem. They included Pam Boyle, Donna Conrad, Sandra Mitchell, Robin Newell and Martha Turner.

Mr. and Mrs. Odell Mock of Lewisville returned from a 10-day vacation to Colorado Springs to visit their son, Jimmy, and his wife, Judy.

Carl Cook and Bill Vogler teamed up to take home the championship flight trophy in the first Clemmons Jaycees 4 Ball Golf Tournament the was held on the Tanglewood Par 3 Course.