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& Morticians Association, Inc. Wednesday Registration, 8:30 A.M. Devotional Hour General Session Business Meeting Educational Program Review of Exhibits Dinner & Show, 7:00 P.M. Thursday Registration, 8:30 A.M. Devotional Hour General Session Business Meeting Committee Reports Election of Officers Executive Committee Meeting Board of Directors Meeting Review of Exhibits President's Ball • Formal Attire, 10:00 P.M. [[image - portrait photograph of a man]] [[caption]] Presiding officer, Charles R. Law of Baltimore, Maryland and members of the group promotes and cultivate and art and science of funeral directing and embalming. N.F.D. & M.A. strives to enlighten the public on the necessity of uniform laws and practices governing the implementation of funeral services. [[/caption]] [[logo - NFDMA INC.]] [[image - photograph of a group of people]] [[caption]] The people in this picture make up a luncheon committee, planners of the 32nd Annual Convention, August 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 at the Regency Hyatt House, Atlanta, Georgia. Standing: Mr. R. D. Hill (State President), Greenville, Ga.; Mr. W.S. Hutchins, Macon, Ga.; Mr. N. A. Banks, College Park, Ga.; Mr. John Sellers, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. Bernard Moore, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. Glenn Robertson, LeGrange, Ga. Seated: Mrs. E. A. Pollard, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. Sam Sellers, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Clara Ivy Wilson, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. D. W. Young (5th District Governor), Monroe-Covington, Ga. [[/caption]] The Association's Awards Banquet, which cites the "Mortician of the Year" and "Women of the Year," will be among the program highlights. [[logo NFDMA INC.]]
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