• Anne Springs Close was honored by the ETV Endowment of South Carolina as the Endowment’s Philanthropist of the Year.
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• A reserve program, consisting of volunteers, was being organized by the Fort Mill Police Department. Six to eight reserve policemen would be chosen.
• Stephanie McManus, 16, was crowned Indian Land High School’s Miss Warrior in ceremonies at Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church.
• Forty-five members of the Fort Mill Senior Citizens Club recently toured Northern California.
• Dr. Calvin Rea, chairman of the Fort Mill Housing Authority, and Albert White, vice-chairman, broke ground on Fort Mill’s new low-income housing project.
• Miss Debbie Riley, Fort Mill High School senior, represented Fort Mill in the annual Charlotte Carrousel festivities.
• Mrs. Dona Ardrey Livingston, a Fort Mill native, was named Teacher of the Month for November in the Rock Hill School District.
• Recent movies at the Ft. Roc and Auto Drive-ins included “American Graffiti,” “Blazing Saddles” and “Frankie and Johnny.”
• The Fort Mill High School Band, 57 strong, was set to appear in the Charlotte Thanksgiving parade as well as the Rock Hill and Fort Mill Christmas parades.
• Recent movies at the Center included “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” “Red Garters,” “Duel in the Sun” and “Prairie Gunsmoke” with Wild Bill Elliott.
• W.M. White of lower Fort Mill Township was one of a half dozen deputy game wardens recently appointed by Governor Blackwood for York County.
• The office of Coroner of York County was to be turned over to M.J. Adcock on Jan. 1, 1935.
• The first snow of the season, which lasted for several hours, fell on Fort Mill and the surrounding area.
• The Rev. D. H. Attaway, Pastor of the local Methodist Church, left for Sumter where he attended the Conference of South Carolina Methodists.
Compiled by Chip Heemsoth, a lifelong resident of Fort Mill.