Special to The State.
State Park, April 11. – E. G. Rast of Cameron visited friends at the sanatorium during the week.
Mrs. Marguerite Bagby had as her guest in Oak View recently Mrs. Olin Shed, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Harvey, Miss Melba Reynolds of New Brookland, Mrs. Boozer Rawl of Columbia, E. B. Covell of Greensboro, N. C. and S. Goldsmidt of Black Mountain, N. C.
Coy Mahaffey of Lancaster county visited friends at the institution during the weekend.
Hugh James and Colonel Scarborough of Columbia visited J. R. Lawson during the week.
Mrs. L. W. Chestnut has returned to her home in Marion county after a stay of several months in DuRant hall.
Mrs. Ernest Cooper spent several days during the week visiting her son Charles G. Cooper, at Georgia Military academy, near Atlanta.
Clarence Broom of Blackstock visited friends at the sanatorium during the weekend.
Miss Ruth Covin of Winnsboro was the guest of E. E. Hemingway recently.
H. Riley of Columbia was a visitor during the latter part of the week.
Mr. Thompson left Tuesday for his home at Blacksburg after a stay of several weeks at the sanatorium.
F. O. Lawson of Sumter was the guest of his brother, Abe Lawson, Thursday.
The regular monthly meeting of the Fellowship club of the sanatorium was held Monday evening. The president, Dr. Leo F. Hall, presided. Reports of importance were made by several committees of the club. After the business session an entertainment was enjoyed, given by the D. A. R. of Columbia.
R. J. Branham of Blaney visited friends at the sanatorium during the early part of the week.
Mrs. Hattie Cannon has returned to her home at Easley after a prolonged stay at the sanatorium.
Mrs. B. H. Johnstone of Clemson College spent some time here during the week with Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jones and children were recent guest of relatives in the Irmo section.
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Byerly and children spent the weekend in North Carolina with relatives and friends.