Clayton Willison Honored
Soo Honors No. 1 Family Doctor SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich.— —t)r, Clayton Willison, Michigan's Michigan's “outstanding family physician" physician" will be honored at a ban- t quet here Thursday night. The 80-year-old physician, who attended more than 5,000 births in his half century of active work in 1 this area, will be the guest of honor for more than 200 Chippewa Chippewa county residents and medi- lal men Irom various sections of the Mate. Among the speakers will be Dr. L. Fernald Foster, prominent Bay City pediatrician, and Dr. A. H. Miller, of Gladstone, Dr. Willison's Willison's life-long friend. Michigan House of Representa- t,ves Speaker Victor A. Knox vil1 present the genial doctor with an engraved copy of a House resolution lauding his work. Dr. Willison received the “outstanding “outstanding physician” title from the Michigan State Medical Society last year and was also adjudged one of the three top candidates for the national title.