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Couriering Clemmons — What was happening this week in 1986

Couriering this area this week in 1986 — Members of the Battle of Shallowford Chapter of  the Daughters of the American Revolution recently attended a district meeting at Pine Brook Country Club in Winston-Salem. Those in attendance included Katherine Blaylock, Jo Chappell, Olivia Kirchner, Ann Riddle, Ruby Thurston, Hilda Warfford and Audrey Zablocki.

Army Private Terry L. Laird, son of Phoebe D. Smith, Lasater Road, Clemmons, completed a tracked vehicle mechanic course at the U.S. Army Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky.

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ellington, of Clemmons, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. An ice cream and cake party was hosted by their children and their spouses: Wayne and Louise Ellington and Ken and Judy Nichols, all of Clemmons.

Jim Downey was named the new Cubmaster of Cub Scouts Pack 736.  New Cubs in the pack were Brian Groux, Joshua Little, Chip Eakes, Bryan Dick, Danny Wise, Chris Evans, David Corum, Daniel Binkley, Andrew Hale, Jarrod Phillips, Neil and Eric Choudhury and Matthew Frye.

Casey Sinkledam of Lewisville recently served as a judge in the culinary show sponsored by the Triad Professional Chef’s Association. He was a member of the American Culinary Olympic team for two years in Frankfurt, Germany, as well as a coach and adviser.

Tailback Herman McKinnie cooked up touchdown runs of 15, 42 and 58 yards to lead the West Forsyth Titans on a 28-12 feast of the North Davidson Black Knights.

The Clemmons Streelighting Committee launched their 27th year of collecting donations for the project. Dennis Brewer once again served as chairman of the campaign.

The Lewisville Pee Wees scored on their first six possessions when they smothered Walkertown. Beef Williams and Skeeter Allison both had two touchdowns while Payton Crump and Bubba Martin added one each.