Chimes in Camden

(Special to The Record)

CAMDEN, S. C. Aug. 21. – August brides are not unknown in these parts, and there were two of them in evidence a few days ago. Saturday night, at the boarding house of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Jones on upper Broad street, Mr. George Tidwell, a well known and deservedly popular young salesman with L. Schenk and Co., one of Camden’s oldest establishments, and Miss Ella Goff, the attractive daughter of W. L. Goff, were married in the presence of a few intimate friends, Rev. John P. Graham, pastor of the Baptist church officiating.

On Sunday morning W. T. Smith, and Miss Eva Hornsby, of Blaney, were married. Judge of Probate McDowell officiating. They left immediately after the ceremony for a bridal trip to Washington and other northern points. The bride is a well known and attractive young lady of Blaney, and is a sister of Mrs. B. D. Trapp, of Camden. The groom is a well known businessman.

october brides will not be overlooked, for announcements have already been made of two popular couples are to be married in October. Miss Wilbur McCallum, popular stenographer for the Camden and Kershaw County chamber of commerce, and daughter of Mrs. N. C. Arnett, and Chapman Barrett are to be married in October.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wallace announced the engagement of their charming daughter, Miss Catherine, to Henry Bissell Kenedy, Jr., formerly of Camden but now of Atlanta, Ga., the ceremony to take place in October.

August 22, 1926  Columbia Record (published as The Sunday Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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