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[[caption]] These are the newly installed officers of the Woman's Auxiliary to the National Medical Association. They are, left to right, seated: Mrs. John W. Capps, national president of Norfolk, Va.; president-elect Mrs. Carl R. Jordan Savannah, Ga.; Chairman executive board and immediate past president Mrs. Ashley O. Thomas, Washington D.C.; chairman of advisory committee, Mrs. J.B. Harris, Atlanta, Ga.; 2ND ROW: Mrs. Essie Tucker of Los Angeles Calif. past president who installed the officers at the 1968 Annual Convention held in Houston, Texas; 1st vice president, Mrs. E.P. Stewart, Detroit, Mich.; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Wm. L. Smiley, St. Louis, Mo.; administrative secretary, Mrs. W.G. Tomkins, Washington, D.C.; financial secretary, Mrs. C.W. Preston, Detroit; recording secretary, Mrs. Oliver Crawford, Chicago, Ill.; treasurer, Mrs. J.C. Allen, Eastville, Va.; chairman, nominating committee, Mrs. Mary Bacote, Baltimore, Md.; editor of Mouthpiece, Mrs. U.S. Reed, Pine Bluff, Ark. 3RD ROW: chaplain, Mrs. Ralph Bledsoe, Compton, Calif.; chairman exhibits, Mrs. V.L. Dixon, Kansas City, Mo.; auditor, Mrs. Chester Pryor, Cincinnati, Ohio; past president, Mrs. F. Earl McLendon, Atlanta, member-at-large, Mrs. M. Carroll, Houston, Texas; northern Zone co-director, Mrs. Edmund Casey, Cincinnati; Chairman Alma Givens Scholarship, Mrs. W.A. Bison, Memphis, Tenn. and Southern zone co-director, Mrs. W.D. Pettus, Montgomery, Ala. [[/caption]]
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