Do you remember?
• The railroad caboose that would become the office of the Fort Mill Area Chamber of Commerce was delivered to White Street.
• Fort Mill was set to get its first Chinese restaurant as the Little China Inn was preparing to move into the Big Oak Restaurant site at 414 Tom Hall St.
• Fort Mill's School Board approved the selection of Brian Dove, former Yellow Jacket football and basketball star, as the new Fort Mill High School boys basketball coach.
• The Town of Fort Mill received permission to remove 12 mobile homes that were determined to be unsafe and uninhabitable.
• Hugh M. McCallum was selected as principal of the Fort Mill Middle School.
• The season's worst storm struck Fort Mill with lighting that killed one citizen, marble-size hail, high winds and heavy rain.
• The Fort Mill Jaycee-ettes began a public subscription campaign to raise funds for the construction of Fort Mill's new public library.
• The Fort Mill Town Council began discussions on the possible annexation of the Charlotte Highway area.
• John Dallas Patterson of Pleasant Valley was recognized for having perfect attendance for 11 years of public school and two years at Wingate Junior College.
• Lura Arnold of Fort Mill walked off with $8,500 in prizes for identifying the secret sound on the "Give and Take" broadcast from Springs Park.
• A pavilion for the use of funeral parties and other visitors was erected in Unity Cemetery.
• John McKee Spratt returned to his home in Fort Mill for the summer from Vanderbilt University, where he was a law student.
• S.L. Meacham of Fort Mill had about completed his new telephone system at Pineville, N.C., and was readying a directory for the exchange.
• The handsome new home of Prof. J.A. Boyd on Confederate Street was nearing completion.