Couriering Clemmons — This week in 1974
What was happening in Clemmons this year in 1974 — Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Sapp of Lasater Lake Road attended the State-South Carolina football game at Carter Stadium in Raleigh. They enjoyed the game as State won. En route home, they stopped at Pedlar’s restaurant and enjoyed a steak dinner. They were accompanied by their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fishel, Jr. of Winston-Salem and Mr. and Mrs. William Sides of Clemmons
Vincent Rabil of Clemmons, a senior at Davidson College, was selected for listing in “Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges.” Rabil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rabil of Clemmons.
Navy Aerographers’s Mate Airman David A. Hepler Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hepler of Lewisville, reported for duty at the Naval Weather Service Environmental Detachment, Naval Air Station, Bermuda
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hicks of Lewisville, accompanied by Mr. Hick’s mother, Mrs. Annie Hicks, of Center Grove Church Road, spent Sunday afternoon visiting the State Fish Hatcheries at Roaring Gap.
The Happy Dealers Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. C.D. Whitehead of Lewisville. The two tables of bridge were in play. Mrs. Judy Craft was awarded high score prize and Mrs. Hattie Hauser received the second highest score. Mrs. Barbara Moser received the “deuce floating prize.”
West Forsyth High School crowned its homecoming queens during halftime of the West-Eden Morehead football game. Chosen were Dru Venable and Annette Howard. They were among 20 students nominated for the honors by the Titan football team.
Edward Yates Brewer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Brewer, was named an assistant county attorney. A Clemmons native, brewer was a 1959 graduate of Southwest High School, a 1961 graduate of Brevard Junior College and a 1963 graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree in marketing. He has a law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Miss Tanya Snow of Clemmons won a silver medal in a dance skating test at Skate Haven on Country Club Road. She had previously won four bronze medals. She was judged on poise, accuracy of dance steps and timing to the music.