▪ This edition of the Times is missing.
▪ The PTL Television Network broke ground in Fort Mill Township on what it described as “the greatest project ever in the history of Christianity.”
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▪ Vivian Wyndham, Fort Mill High School senior, received the Daughters of the American Revolution’s Good Citizenship Award.
▪ Springs Mills announced that Lewis M. (Mickey) Clyburn had been promoted to manager of the Europa Plant in Chester.
▪ Fort Mill police were investigating break-ins at A.O. Jones School and Fort Mill Junior High School over the Christmas Holidays.
▪ The Rev. Max H. Christopher, minister at St. John’s Methodist Church, Fort Mill, wrote an open letter to the Fort Mill Times endorsing a pay increase for the Fort Mill Police Department.
▪ SFC. John W. Powers accepted the 2nd Battalion rifle trophy on behalf of the Fort Mill Rifle Team from Lt. Col. W. A. Barron of Rock Hill.
▪ Charged with unbecoming conduct while on duty, J.L. Talley and C. E. Mize, night officers of the Fort Mill Police Department, were suspended from duty on Christmas Eve.
▪ John R. Harris of Fort Mill, World War veteran, was admitted to the Veteran’s Hospital near Columbia.
▪ J.E. Williamson, who for several years past had charge of the two cotton mills in Fort Mill, severed his connection with them and left for Fayetteville, N.C.
▪ With J. S. Potts as manager, Potts Supply Company was preparing to open for business in the Belk building on Main Street, Fort Mill.
Chip Heemsoth is a lifelong resident of Fort Mill