Couriering Clemmons: This week in 1989
Couriering this area this week in 1989 — 33 years ago:
Robert Kriss Dinkins, of Clemmons, has been recently promoted to consumer loan officer with 1st Home Federal. Dinkins has been assigned to the Parkway Plaza office on Corporation Parkway in Winston-Salem. Dinkins is a graduate of Wake Forest University and West Forsyth High School.
Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice Eric. W. Johnson, son of Mary Johnson of Lewisville, was recently graduated from Coast Guard recruit training. Johnson graduated from West Forsyth High School in 1988.
Gray and Megan Hauser of Lewisville announced the birth of a son, Matthew Gray, on Feb. 8 at Forsyth Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Larry Murray of Winston-Salem and the late Madeline Murray. Paternal grandparents are Kenneth G. Sr. and Jo Ann Hauser of Lewisville.
A surprise 80th birthday party for Josephine McIntyre, of Clemmons, was held Feb. 11 at the Winston-Salem Twin City Club. Hosting the party were her children, Rich and Dorothy McIntyre Adams, of Clemmons, and E. Richard and Jeanne McIntyre, of West Bloomfield, Michigan. On Feb. 12, Mrs. McIntyre was honored at a brunch hosted by Howard and Dena Share of Clemmons, followed by a van tour of Winston-Salem for the out-of-town guests.
Katherine C. Hanes, of Clemmons, went to Washington, D.C. and New York City with a group of Wingate College sophomore students to take part in this year’s Great American Heritage. Students studied New York and Washington during the first half of spring semester in weekly faculty-led seminars.
The North Carolina State University dean’s list for fall has been released and included a number of local students. Among the 658 undergraduates with a perfect 4.0 or “A” average were eight local students. From Clemmons: Andrew T. Mueller, Patrick W. Canupp, Robert Lance Duncan, Amy Gustinic, Joy James Anthony II, Leslie E. Kausch, and Reid Owen Whitehead; from Lewisville: Katherine B. Meadows.
Tanglewood Park’s west golf course has had its share of names lately. It got a new one Monday. It has been called the West Course. The PGA Course. And the Vantage Course. Now it is to be called the Championship Course. Edwin Allman, chairman of the park’s golf committee, recommended the change Monday. He added a promise: “We’re not going to change it any more … for a while.”
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