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F, . ij FOUR-H CLUB OF SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOJL UNIT (National 4-H Club, a University of Kentucky College of Agriculture), c/e C. A. Kilburn, Springfield. Established 1950. President, U. I. Milburn. Secretary, gp Hazel Elliott, Springfield. Telephone 164-K. Terms expire October, ye 1945. 5. fi Mexbershipz 40. Open to boys and girls between 10 and 20 years of at ago engaged in raising livestock or crops and Weeping records of i these. y Purpose: To train rural youth in agriculture and homemaking. v Defense kctivities: Engaged in Preparation and Serving of Food, Entertainment and Recreation, L Local Publications; 4-H Club News (monthly) l { FREE AND.ACGEPTED KASONS, SPRINGFIELD LODGE-#50 (Grand Lodge of ‘ _ { Kentucky, F. 3 L. K.). Established 1313, Worshipful Master, J. id Albert Goatley, Springfield. Telephone 9d, Secretary, Cecil l Iclillin, Springfield. Telephone 173. Terms expired December, 1942, I 1 E Membership: 120. Open to white male adults approved by members. I { ¤ommittees: none. ! Purpose: Fraternal and benevolent, I Normal Civic Activities; Support of Masonie“Jidows and 0rphan*s Home at Shelbyville, · Defense Activities: Interested in Discussion Leaders. i Local Fublicatiens: None. I 1 `