Mrs. W. H. Harris Named Camden Red Cross Chairman

CAMDEN, October 25. – Mrs. W. H. Harris is again roll call chairman of the Camden and Kershaw County Red Cross. The drive for 1,100 members in the county, an increase of 400 over the 1938 quota, will start on Armistice day. The slogan for the Kershaw chapter is “enrolled every adult in Kershaw county.” The national slogan is “Keep your Red Cross ready.”

Arrangements have been made to have the county chapter headquarters during the roll call in the Knoud Tack Shop on Broad street, Meeting will be held in the directors room of the Commercial National Bank.

Mrs. Harris has announced that Major Moultrie Brailsford will be chairman of the working group in the business district of the city and Mrs. Hughey Tindal will have the canvassing group taking care of the residential section, J. C. Richards, Jr., will be chairman of the school group in the city and county Superintendent Kathleen Watts will have charge of the county school group. The church group will be taken care of by a committee headed by the Rev. A. Douglas McArn and the special gifts group will be under the supervision of Mrs. Samuel Russell and Joe McKain.

In the list of district chairman so far named are Mrs. Douglas Mays at Bethune, Mrs. W. D. Gridsby at Blaney, Miss Lal Richards at Liberty Hill, Mrs. Team Gettys at Lugoff, Mrs. W. H. Stokes at Westville, and Mrs. A. E. Miller at Wateree Dam.

October 25, 1939  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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