Couriering Clemmons — This week in 1985

Published 12:00 am Thursday, January 28, 2021

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Couriering this area this week in 1985 — 36 years ago: Stanley A. Heiser Jr., associate minister of education and outreach at Clemmons First Baptist Church, was the recipient of the 1985 Distinguished Service Award, presented by the Clemmons Jaycees. Heiser received the award during the Jaycees’ DSA and Senior Citizens Banquet held at the Baptist Church. Floyd Jackson of the Clemmons Jaycees presented the award.

Scout Troop 736, sponsored by the Clemmons Civic Club, met at Clemmons United Methodist to celebrate with three young boys who became Eagle Scouts — Eric Bradley, Jeff Brown and Tim Dillard. Senior Patrol Leader Cliff Ogburn acted as master of ceremonies, Timothy Fishel and Michael Walker presented the colors and Cliff Dodson led the Pledge of Allegiance. 

Two local students received academic honors at Campbell University in the fall semester. Cherry Lenore Gordon, of Clemmons, was placed on the president’s list and Julie Ann Lanier, of Clemmons, was placed on the dean’s list

Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Flowers of Marshall Road, Lewisville announced the birth of their second child, a daughter, Courtney Lee. She was born on Jan. 9 at Forsyth Memorial Hospital.

Xi Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its January meeting at the home of Kathy Horton. Vice President Lynn Collins presided over a brief business meeting. Mrs. Horton presented a program on scherenschnitte, a type of paper cutting. Each member learned the process and made her own cutting.

The breathtaking landscapes of the West provided subjects for many of the 2,000 photographs taken by a Lewisville couple, Chuck and Jan Niedringhaus, who have visited 50 national parks and monuments. They were recently declared winners of the Winston-Salem Journal’s Northwest Photo Contest. Chuck won first prize for a photo of a sheepherder in Monument Valley, Utah and Jan won second place for a photo of the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado.

Lenoir-Rhyne University soccer coach Gary Hall announced that West Forsyth star David Frank will be playing for the Bears in the fall of 1985.  Frank, who plays sweeper, was all-conference the past three seasons and was named to the Forsyth County Invitational all-tournament team in 1983 and 1984.