Couriering Clemmons — This week in 1985

Published 12:00 am Thursday, December 3, 2020

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Couriering this area this week in 1985 — In the spirit of the holiday season, the 30 children in Clemmons Baptist Playschool made a friendship stew. The four-year-olds were taught by Judy Nobs, Sharon Adams and Janis Burger. Each child brought an ingredient to dump in the gigantic stew post in the church kitchen.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitley, of Clemmons, enjoyed having their son and his family visit over Thanksgiving — David and Robin Whitley and their new daughter Brooke from Jacksonville, Florida.

Melissa Laird of Clemmons received her Gold Award in Girl Scouts in a special service. Polly Caudle, her scout leader, presented the award. Melissa is the daughter of Mrs. Lydia Laird.

A group of local residents recently went deer hunting near Sparta. They were Charlie Ward, Gene Livengood, Bob Livengood, all of Clemmons; Scott Livengood of Houston, Texas; Jerry Evans and son Monty of Winston-Salem.

Mrs. Lacey Pegram of Clemmons, journeyed to Colorado with her son and wife, Lloyd and Dottie Caudle and also her daughter Sarah Pegram, to visit grandsons Granger and Gordon Caudle in Boulder.

Mary D. Wood, daughter of Lorin and Doris Wood of Clemmons, was awarded a scholarship to Catawba College in Salisbury. She was a senior at West Forsyth and a two-year member of the National Honor Society.

Canned goods for Crisis Control were collected through a Mr. Turkey contest at West Forsyth. Each club or organization nominated a candidate for Mr. Turkey and students “voted” using canned goods. Scott Tart, the Titanides nominee, won the contest by 200 “votes” (canned goods).

Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of Clemmons announced the birth of their second son, Daniel Adam Martin. He was born at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. He has a brother, Andy, who is four.