Do you remember?
• Two men were apprehended after a high-speed chase through the streets of Fort Mill. The suspects had stolen two vehicles from Fort Mill Ford on Tom Hall Street.
• The Fort Mill Ladies Golf Association elected Delsie Meyers as their chairman. Peggy Fittzgerald was elected vice chairman.
• Construction began on a temporary ballpark for George Shinn's minor league baseball team.
• Ernest Dixon, Fort Mill's 6-3, 225-pound fullback, was being recruited by South Carolina, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, Tennessee and Clemson.
• United States Air Force Maj. Gerald E. Bozeman completed his 100th combat mission in Southeast Asia.
• The ground breaking movie "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner" played at the Center Theater.
• The Patterson Street home of J.D. Lowder III once again won the Fort Mill Jaycees Christmas Home Decorating Contest.
• The Lancaster and Chester Railway celebrated the resumption of passenger service between the two cities with a day of festivities in Richburg.
• Russell Rector, a Fort Mill police officer for more than three years, tendered his resignation and accepted a position with the Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
• In a baby contest held at Indian Land High School, Janis Wilson and Buddy Pettus were judged cutest girl and boy.
• Dr. David Bancroft Johnson, 72, founder and president of Winthrop College, died at his home on the Winthrop campus.
• J.A Withers was elected Worshipful Master of Catawba Lodge 56, A.F.M.
• The Rev. S.J. Bethea, newly appointed pastor of the Fort Mill Methodist Church, preached his first sermon here at a Sunday night service.
• The play "Honor of a Cowboy" was presented by home talent in the Town Hall and was witnessed by a good crowd.