Smith Speaker At State Park Service Thursday

State Park, April 13 – The Rev. J. O. Smith, pastor of Washington Street Methodist church, Columbia, was speaker at the Thursday evening services held in the South Carolina sanatorium chapel April 4. A considerable number of ambulant patients were assembled in the chapel to greet the Rev. Mr. Smith while several hundred other patients in the infirmary listened to the sermon broadcast over the public address system.

Sunday visitors at the sanatorium included Mrs. S. L. Freeman, Miss Gwendolyn Breeden and W. C. Jennings of Bennettsville.

Mr. J. E. Roberson and family of Langley were Sunday guest of J. E. Roberson.

Gray Craven, service officer of Marlboro county, was a visitor at the sanatorium Thursday.

Mr. Roy Howell of Union spent Sunday with Roy Powell.

E. S. Davis had as Sunday guest Mrs. E. S. Davis and family of Norway.

Visiting Fred Messer this past week were Turner Messer of Gaffney and Miss Lydia Messer of Newport, Tenn.

Mrs. Hugh G McColl of Clovis is spending several days with her husband, Mr. McColl.

Visiting Miss Lula Underwood were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Williams  and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Underwood of Newberry, Mrs. Underwood of Greenwood and Otho Williams of Blaney.

Miss Ruth McKenzie had as recent guest George Sutton, James Logan and Keith McElveen of Sumter.

Sunday company of Mr. Frank Hunter included Frank Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hunter, Jimmy Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Barton Robinson, all of Lancaster.

Mannie Roller and Curtis Hamilton of Whitmire spent Sunday with Mrs. Curtis Hamilton.

O. P. Kirkland of Johnston, Mrs. Ollie Ruthland of Ridge Spring, also Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mettz and daughter Patsy, of West Columbia visited Mrs. O. P. Strickland recently.

Miss Roberta Carter had as company Mrs. Eva Spivey, Archie Spivey and Mrs. Aggie Bradham of Greeleyville.

Motoring from Greenwood for a visit to Miss Noreen Irvin were Mrs. W. C. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Irvin.

C. A. Rowland, Harry Gardiner and Miss Louise Gardiner of Chester were recent guest of Mrs. C. A. Rowland.

Miss Marie McCartha’s visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCartha of Chapin, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn McCartha, W. F. McCartha and Mrs. Lorraine McCartha of White Rock.

Visiting Miss Doris Hawkins were W.  H. Hawkins, Foster and Orman Hawkins, Miss Caroline Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Parker of Anderson, Mrs. Elizabeth Parnell, Mrs. Ruth Powell, Joyce Powell, Ray Foster and J. F. Foster of Augusta, Ga.

Ralph Simth of Spartanburg was the Saturday and Sundayguest of Miss Kate Dial.

Prof. A. O. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Young, Sr., Mrs. Azile Harris and L. A. Harris of Fort Mill, Miss Mary Neely of Rock Hill, Miss Sarah Macon and Lieut. Thomas B. Spratt of Columbia, also Dr. C. E. Bruce and Mrs. Bruce of Hartsville were visitors of Manley S. Young during the weekend.

Archie Owens’ Sunday company were: Mrs. Eula Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens, Miss. Verna Owens and Miss May Bell Hiers of Ellenton, Mrs. Harold Trull of Myrtle Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Campbell and T. W. Hair of Columbia.

Miss Ella G. Poats of Spartanburg. Mrs. James Verner and children of Darlington, Miss Margaret Marshall of Columbia, Mrs. Floyd White of Chester, the Rev. Cyril Sturrup and Mrs. J. D. McDowell of York were company of James D McDowell this past week.

Visiting Lonnie Roberts Sunday were his mother, Mrs. L. A. Roberts, also Miss Eloise Roberts, Miss Laura Roberts, and Miss Ann Roberts of Mullins.

Earl Sigler had as recent guest Mrs. Earl Seigler had as recent guest Mrs. Earl Seigler and Henry Seigler of Greenwood and Miss Frances Martin of Abbeville.

Visiting Mrs. Helen Pate were: Mr.  and Mrs. Otis Hutto of West Columbia, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pate and Mrs. Chester Pate of Winsboro, also Miss Laura Goodman and Miss Evelyn Goodman of Columbia.

Mrs. W. R. Moffitt and H. L. Bagley of Rock Hill were recent guest of Miss Mary Bagley.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hill of Columbia visited Mrs. T. P. Raines this  week.

Mrs. Nancy Jones of Clinton visited Leamon Jones recently.

Mrs.  G. W. Garrison had as company Mr. and MRs. T. J. Slice of Chapin, Mrs. George Grant, Miss Georgia Sweeney and Matthew Garrison of Columbia.

Visiting Miss Lottie Sandifer were Mrs. F. B. Best and Mrs. Alma Wrenn of Columbia.

This week’s company of Miss Beatrice Hasse included Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Goodwin, Lonnie Goodwin, Miss Lois Francis and Mrs. S. B. Ruple of Orangeburg.

W. C. Burgess, Miss Annie Ruth Burgess, Miss Blanche Burgess, Miss Dorris Perrin, Melford Carter, Miss Sue Turner and Miss Juliet Turner, all of Gaffney were recent company of Mrs. W. C. Burgess and Miss Frances Turner.

Mrs. C. B. Blakely and Mrs. Leslie Barns of York and R. E. Blakely of Rock Hill visited C. B. Blakely this week.

M. L. Snelgrove had as visitors Mrs. C. H. Snelgrove, Mrs. J. W. Kaminer, Miss Verdie Kaminer and Joe Snelgrove of Lexington.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hanna and William Hanna of Kingstree were guest of F. A. Hanna recently.

T. E. Currence had as company W. R. Currence, Miss Lavine Currence and Harry Currence of York and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hipp of Fort Mill.

Recent company of Mrs. Edgar Pearson were: Mrs. Pearl Boggs, Mr and Mrs. Bobby Waits, the Rev. James Taylor and Edgar Pearson of Calhoun Falls.

Visiting Miss Gladys Gardiner Saturday were: Miss Lois Gardiner of Monroe, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blackstone, Joe Goings and Miss Gladys Goings of Great Falls.

Sunday company of Miss Jeanette Floyd included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Floyd, Miss Elizabeth Floyd and R. N. Hightower of Belvedere.


1940.04.14 - Smith Speaker At State Park Service Thursday
April 14, 1940 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Page 23

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