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Tuberculosis Society Elects Officers.—
The Arkansas Tuberculosis Association recently elected the following officers, among others: Drs. Augustus C. Shipp, Little Rock, president, and Solomon F. Hoge, Little Rock, secretary-treasurer.
State Medical Meeting and Election.—
Dr. Herbert Fay H. Jones, Little Rock, was chosen president-elect of the Arkansas Medical Society at its sixty-fifth annual session in Fort Smith, and Dr. Henry T. Smith, McGehee, was installed as president. Other officers include Drs. Ira Fulton Jones, Fort Smith; Henry V. Kirby, Harrison, and Charles W. Dixon, Gould, vice presidents; Royal J. Calcote, Little Rock, treasurer, and William R. Brooksher, Fort Smith, secretary. The 1941 session will be in Little Rock, April 14-16. Included among the out of state speakers at the meeting were:Dr. Edward H. Skinner, Kansas City, Mo., who addressed a public meeting, The Priceless American Heritage of Health and Happiness.Dr. Ira H. Lockwood, Kansas City, Mo., The
Medical News. JAMA. 1940;114(22):2226-2230. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810220050014