Special to The State.
State Park, June 14. – Misses Louise Pressly of Chester and Christine Pressly of Charlotte were the guest of friends here during the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Paul G. Walker of Shandon, Columbia visited friends at the institution Monday.
M. D. Elrod has returned to his home in the Anderson after a lengthy stay at the senatorium.
Miss Ruth Covin of the staff of the sanatorium visited her mother, Mrs. J. L. Covin in Winnsboro during the early part of the week.
Dr. Leo F. Hall, clinician on the sanatorium staff, conducted clinics in Lancaster county Wednesday and Thursday. A large number availed themselves of the opportunity and were held under the joint auspices of the sanatorium and the S. C. Tuberculosis association.
R. J. Branham, Jr., of Blaney was a visitor here during the early part of the week.
Cecil Dover left Sunday for him home in Anderson county after a stay of several months at the institution.
Work on the deep well being drilled here is nearing completion. This is the same general type as the others at the sanatorium and was made necessary by the erection of the new infirmary for women.
William Cedric Broughton of Sumter was a visitor to friends at the sanatorium Saturday.
L. B. Jones has returned to his home in Brooklyn, N. Y., after a visit of several days to his brother, Judge John S. Jones, here.
Miss Azilee Seymour of the nursing staff of the State hospital was a visitor here recently.
Galloway Fletcher of McColl was a visitor here during the weekend.
Miss Lena Cave spent several days during the week with relatives and friends in Barnwell county.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Whitesides, Misses Perry Whiteside and Catherine Whiteside of Rock Hill were the guest of C. M. Dunlap Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd O. Lawson of Sumter were the visitors of their brother, J. R. Lawson Saturday.
Mrs. Broach has returned to her home in Darlington county after a brief stay at the sanatorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Long and Robert Long, Eric Long, and Ernest Long of Pomaria visited their daughter and sister, Miss Grace Long, during the weekend.
Miss Carrie Spivey of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Pearle Leitzsey during the week.
Mrs. T. A. Blease, public health nurse of Saluda county and Miss Helen Pitts of Saluda were the visitors of Miss Mary Martin Tuesday.
After a prolonged stay in the sanatorium G. L. Thames left Sunday for his home in Clarendon county.
Mrs. Celia Barker, Austin Barker and John Barker, Luther Southern and Ernest Southern of Tucapau were the recent guests of Miss Corinne Barker.
Mrs. Harrellson of Anderson visited her brother George Connolly at the sanatorium during the week.
Clarence Broome spent a few days at his former home in Blacksburg with relatives.
Miss Opal Frady of the sanatorium staff spent a week’s vacation with her mother in Spartanburg.
C. L. Mason left Saturday for his home in Oconee county after a stay of some length at the institution.
Miss Sallie Brittain of the nursing staff of Campbell hall, the children’s unit of the sanatorium, is spending her vacation with relatives in Barnwell and Columbia.
Mrs. William M. Lester is spending several days in Hendersonville, N. C. , with her brother, J. D. Duff.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Woodfin and family of Campabello spent Sunday here with Miss Flora Belle Woodfin.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Johnson of Kershaw visited Miss Azile and Bertha Johnson during the week.
Members of the Elks club and St. Paul’s Church of Columbia delightfully entertained the children and staff of Campbell hall recently. Several musical selections were greatly enjoyed, especially the “one man orchestra.”
Miss Reva Padgett has resigned her position on the staff of the culinary department of the sanatorium and has returned to her former home in Old Fort, N. C.
H. E. Corn of Anderson and Mr. Valentine of New York City visited Miss Bo Pike Monday.
Misses Louise Lesly, Ora Rawls and Mrs. Porter were recent guest of Miss Annye Ruthe Matthews.
Mrs. Ezra O. Langley has returned to her home in Plum Branch after a lengthy stay at the sanatorium.
Carl Hart of York visited Misses Mae Hook and Gertrude Jeneretette Tuesday.
Mrs. T. H. Mauldin of Rock Hill was the guest recently of his brother, Ralph Luther Mauldin at the sanatorium.
Miss Ethel Murray is spending several days with relatives in Clover and Bostic, N. C.