PHOTO SUBMITTED / In 1968 Junior Auxiliary volunteers were busy making sure everyone was vaccinated for measles. A picture in the Leader-Advertiser - a predecessor of The Daily Leader - shows Howard Boone, public health adviser with the Mississippi State Board of Health, injecting Mrs. Russell Burns with a new jet injector instrument used in administering the measles vaccine. Other JAs pictured are Mrs. Clark Arrington (center) and Mrs. Jerald Nations.
PHOTO SUBMITTED / In 1968 Junior Auxiliary volunteers were busy making sure everyone was vaccinated for measles. A picture in the Leader-Advertiser - a predecessor of The Daily Leader - shows Howard Boone, public health adviser with the Mississippi State Board of Health, injecting Mrs. Russell Burns with a new jet injector instrument used in administering the measles vaccine. Other JAs pictured are Mrs. Clark Arrington (center) and Mrs. Jerald Nations.

‘Care Today, Character Tomorrow’: Junior Auxiliary of Brookhaven celebrates 60 years

Published 10:00pm Saturday, April 5, 2014

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