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Death of Mrs. Red
Mrs. Samuel Clark Red of Houston, Texas, founder of the Woman's Auxiliary to the American Medical Association, died suddenly on August 10. Mrs. Red was the first president of the Auxiliary to the American Medical Association (1922-1923) and was also president for the two succeeding years.ArkansasOn March 13 Mrs. James Lewis, retiring president of the auxiliary to the Washington County Medical Society, was hostess to members at a dinner bridge; officers for next year were elected as follows: president, Mrs. E. F. Ellis, Fayetteville; vice president, Mrs. R. T. Henry, Springdale; secretary, Mrs. P. L. Hathcock Jr.; treasurer, Mrs. R. H. Huntington. On March 20 the annual City Hospital Shower and Tea was given by the auxiliary. About 100 guests were present and six hundred gifts for the hospital were received. Mrs. Fount Richardson was general chairman of the tea. On March
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1941;117(8):628. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820340050015
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