HOMOEOPATHIC ALUMNI REUNION


HOMOEOPATHIC ALUMNI REUNION. The officers of the Southern wish that all readers of this notice offer their suggestions on this new adventure in Convention planning and write to the President, Dr. J.A. Swartwout, 4817-14th St., N.W., Washington 11, D.C., or to the Secretary. Dr. Benj. Goldberg, 22 West 7th St., Cincinnati 2, Ohio, if you are not on the mailing list of the Southern please send in your name so that you may receive all information and programs.


At the suggestion of members, and after due consideration, the officers of the Southern Homoeopathic Medical Society have decided to hold a reunion, in conjunction with its two-day Convention, of all homoeopathic graduates.

To be held on Thursday, october 19th, 1950-one day before the Southern Homoeopathic Medical Society’s 66th Convention, -the reunion may well become an annual custom in the future. This reunion will bring together all graduates of all homoeopathic colleges and will not be limited to the Midwest alone. it begins at 4:00 P.M., at the LaSalle Hotel, the Convention Headquarters, where old and new friends may meet. Here you will be able to greet them al again and talk over those good old times of college and hospital days.

In the evening a buffet supper is planned with tables arranged by college and class year. Some of the oldest, as well as the newest graduates have already signified their intention of being present. Seventeen letters have been received form physicians praising this undertaking. Quoting from one, “This Reunion will bring together medical men on a common ground and may well become the nucleus of a future forum of discussion and friendship, heralding a rebirth for Homoeopathy, which is being proven every day in the field of modern science”.

STOP WISHING-START PLANNING for this event. There seems to be a trend back to the “good old days,” in songs, dances and fashions, so why not joint us in a good dose of nostalgia-go back to the days before high taxes, before talk of social medicine, atom bombs, and war scares, both hot and cold, and enjoy again those carefree years, when life was so young and gay.

The officers of the Southern wish that all readers of this notice offer their suggestions on this new adventure in Convention planning and write to the President, Dr. J.A. Swartwout, 4817-14th St., N.W., Washington 11, D.C., or to the Secretary. Dr. Benj. Goldberg, 22 West 7th St., Cincinnati 2, Ohio, if you are not on the mailing list of the Southern please send in your name so that you may receive all information and programs.

Royal E S Hayes