On completion of his course, Dr. Warren began practice at Williamson, where he practiced for two years. In 1921, he removed to Logan where he is already firmly established in the practice. Dr. Warren is a member of the State Medical and Dental Association. During the war he volunteered in the M. R. C., but was not called into active service.
On November 4, 1920, Dr. Warren was happily married to Miss Regelia Carter, an accomplished young lady of Huntington. Mrs. Warren was educated at Huntington and Bluefield and is now (1921) a teacher in the Logan County schools.
Dr. Warren has had opportunity to observe conditions rather extensively and is of the opinion that the two greatest needs of the race is a spirit of practical cooperation, and unrestrained concentration on things prone to the elevation of the race and the propagation of constructive ideas for the race.
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