South Carolina Man Marries In Cambridge

CHERAW, Oct. 3. – On September 21 in St. John’s Memorial church, Cambridge, Mass., Edwin Powe Guy and Miss Mary Tilden Hoopes were married, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Dr. Taylor. The bride is a daughter of Capt. Edwin Trimble Hoopes of the United States navy and Mrs. Hoopes of Charlottesville, Va. The bridegroom, of the editorial staff of the L. C. Page … Continue reading South Carolina Man Marries In Cambridge

Camden Bank Buys Blaney School Bonds

Special to The State. Camden, October. 2. – On October 1 Kershaw county, Blaney school district No. 12, bond were sold at noon in the office of J. Team Gettys, attorney for the school board. The total amount was $8,000 or 16 bonds, each of a $500 par value. These certificates mature serially $500 in each year, from 1936 to 1951 inclusive. The bonds will … Continue reading Camden Bank Buys Blaney School Bonds

Transient Camps May Go Under WPA

Proposed inclusion of three South Carolina transient camps in the state works progress program brought a prospect yesterday of double wages for approximately 115 World war veterans who remained at Kingstree after abandonment of three FERA veterans’ camps in the state. H. M. McElveen, state director of the transient bureau, said application had been made to the works progress administration at Washington for transient camps … Continue reading Transient Camps May Go Under WPA

CCC Offered 3 Era Camps In The State

Head of Veterans’ Work Has No Plans After Property Transfer Colonel J. D. Fulp, state ERA administrator, said today that three ERA camps abandoned by “bonus army” veterans in the state would be offered to the civilian conservation corps. “We will offer the camp at Blaney and the two at Charleston to CCC.” Colonel Fulp said. “If they don’t want them, will dismantle the camps … Continue reading CCC Offered 3 Era Camps In The State