New Officers Installed By Pennsylvania Society
Dr. Wilbur E. Flannery of New Castle was unanimously elected president-elect of the Pennsylvania Medical Society at its 11th annual meeting last month in Atlantic City.Flannery succeeds Dr. W. Benson Harer, who became president in inaugeration ceremonies at the meeting. In other elections, the delegates named the following officers:Drs. Charles J. H. Kraft of Meshoppen, first vice-president; Charles K. Rose, Jr., of Allentown, second vice-president; Charles A. Bikle of chambersburg, third vice-president; Roy W. Gifford of Gettysburg, fourth vice-president; Harold B. Gardner of Harrisburg, re-elected secretary; Russell B. Roth of Erie, speaker of the House of Delegates, and William Y. Rial of Swarthmore, vice-speaker.
Dr. George F. Farrar, Jr., medical director of Wyeth Laboratories and associate professor of medicine at
Regional Notes. JAMA. 1962;182(5):60-61. doi:10.1001/jama.1962.03050440112047