CAMDEN, Jan. 23. – The Kershaw county chapter of the American Red Cross supplied 525 garments for the relief work of the Red Cross in 1940.
The annual meeting of the association here was held Monday night in the American Legion hall. Plans for 1941 were made and new officers were elected as follows: Major A. Moutrie Brailford, chairman; Mrs. E. C. von Tresckow, first vice chairman; Mrs. Warren H. Harris, second vice chairman; Mortimer Muller, secretary, and Harold Funderburke, treasurer.
The branch chairman for Kershaw county are Mrs. Douglas Mays, Bethune; Mrs. W. C. Grigsby, Blaney; Miss May Boykin, Boykin; Mrs. Claude West, Cassatt; Miss Lal Richards, Liberty Hill; Mrs. A. Miller, Wateree Dam, and Mrs. W. H. Stokes, Westville.
The report of Mrs. Eleanor B. Marvin of the production corps of the chapter showed that 85 women gave 4,441 hours of work during the year. The production corps began work in January, 1940, with Mrs. H. G. Garrison as chairman.