Do you remember?
• For the first time in York County history, three different governments, Fort Mill, Rock Hill and York County, came together for a public project - the handling of sewage in Fort Mill Township.
• George Shinn, owner of the Charlotte Hornets and Charlotte Knights, was the guest speaker for the annual Fort Mill Area Chamber of Commerce banquet.
• Springs Farms offered pick your own strawberries for $4.25 per four-quart box.
• Tim Thulin of Indian Land High School was selected for the 1989 Spirit of America Marching Band's two-week tour of Europe.
• Ty Boyd, Charlotte radio and TV personality, accepted an invitation to serve as Master of Ceremonies for the annual Miss Fort Mill Pageant.
• Mrs. Annie Culp Bradford, 87, a prominent Fort Mill woman, passed away at Providence Convalescent Home in Charlotte.
• Five Fort Mill ladies, Elizabeth Grimball, Kola Reid, Dot Richards, Helen Williams and Helen Bryant, formed the Fort Mill team that won the eighth annual Springs Cup Golf Championship.
• William W. Blackwelder, 1961 Fort Mill High graduate, was commissioned a second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
• Majestic Theater manager Ralph El. Ramey announced a reduction in the price of an adult ticket from 40 cents to 30 cents.
• More than $9,000 had been pledged to the Fort Mill War Memorial during the first week of the campaign.
• Three Fort Mill Boy Scouts, Vernon Bailes, Benford Powers and Manly Young, passed all their second class tests.
• Douglas Nims was named manager of a baseball team being organized in Fort Mill. Their games would be played at the Whiteville Park field.
• The old warehouse near the railroad, south of the freight depot, was being torn away to make room for a much larger building.
• Col. Leroy Springs of Lancaster let a contract for the erection of a neat, six-room cottage on his Bailey Plantation north of town.