Do you remember?
• York County officials approved an agreement with George Shinn to build a 10,000-seat stadium for his Charlotte AA baseball team.
• Sue Davis received the Tega Cay Firefighter of the Year Award.
• Fort Mill Middle School faculty members chose the honeybee as the school's mascot.
• The Little Oak restaurant at 122 North White Street advertised a large calabash shrimp plate for $6.25.
• The valve giving residents of the Riverview Water District water service was turned on for the first time.
• Fort Mill's boys basketball team remained undefeated with victories over Clover and Chesterfield.
• Lynn Varnadore of Fort Mill was second runner-up at the Miss South Carolina Cooperative beauty contest.
• Airman Steven L. Hammond completed Air Force basic training and reported to Keesler AFB, Miss., for air traffic control training.
• The body of Shelley H. Mullis, the Fort Mill youth who lost his life in the Battle of the Bulge,was returned to Fort Mill for burial.
• Wolfe Funeral Home moved into its new quarters on Spratt Street. The new location was formerly the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Felton.
• Members of Unity Presbyterian Church joined in celebrating the Christmas season with a program of music and a Christmas tree for the children.
• William Hamilton of the upper section of Fort Mill was rendered unconscious and robbed at the back door of his mother's home.
• WM. Cup, proprietor of the Palmetto Hotel, moved to the Array house on Falconer Street where he would open a new hotel, "The Central."
• The biggest bargain sale known in this section for many years was in progress at the E. Kimberly Co.