August 11, 1928

Medical News

JAMA. 1928;91(6):402-406. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700060036017

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Society News.  — The home of Dr. Walter O. Parrish, Rector, was destroyed by fire, July 15.—Dr. Frank Vinsonhaler, Little Rock, addressed the Ouachita County Medical Society, July 24, on medical legislation.—Dr. Joseph F. John. Eureka Springs, was elected president of the Ninth Councilor District Medical Society which was organized at Harrison. The society will meet every six months, the next meeting being scheduled for the first Tuesday in December at Harrison. It includes Boone, Baxter, Carroll, Marion, Newton, Searcy, Stone and Van Buren counties.—The First Councilor District and Northeast Arkansas Medical Society met recently at Jonesboro under the presidency of Dr. Felix M. Scott, Paragould. Dr. Frank Vinsonhaler discussed the "Basic Science Law"; Dr. Oliver C. Melson,

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