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. V » .-3- N BAPTIST TRAINING UNION, GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Southern Baptist T Convention of B. T. U.), Baptist Church, Greenville. Founded 1915. _ P? President, Eades Baird, Greenville. Secretary, Inez Sweeney, Greenville. { Terms expire October, 194:2. _ . —· {I Membership: `100. Open to members of the churchs I ‘ ‘§ Committees: Enlistment, John Rhea Boggess, Greenville. ii Purpose: Training in Christian service. ‘ l if Normal Civic Activities: None, A A ° ' @ Defense Activities: Interested in Typing and Other Clerical Assistance. E Local Publications: None. U g BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, CENTRAL~CITY racer #41 (National Council, Boy Scouts of 3 i} America), q/o James F. Rice, 506 Morehead Street, Central City. ‘Founded 1935. so Scoutmaster, James F. Rice. Telephone 205. Term indefinite. Q: Membership: 25. Qualifications, boys 12 to 16 years of age, able to pass i scout tests and_requirements.II I_ 2 Committees: Troop, George`L.'Wallace,‘Central City. ` `·` ’ " Q Purpose: `Character building, citizenship and community service. `· _ ' N Normal Civic Activitiesr.‘Nonc_reported. (_ I: .iLI ’I_ ` ,4I: Q Defense Activities:_ Interested in Collection of Scrap Netéls and Other Metals, I Collecting Books.l ’ ’ I I lg Local Publications: Ncnc, "`i *4A N l ’ ·° ·“—` · AAI 3 BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MUHLENBERG COUNTY DISTRICT (National Boy Scouts of .. ig America), c/o A. B. Gross, Greenville. ‘Founded 1938. Chairman, A. B. Gross, gr Greenville. Telephone lS,"SOcfCtdfy, Robert Kirkpatrick, Beech Creek. 4 I, Terms expire January, 1943. ` V` N c t . ° I: Nbvbership: 6fTrocps. IOpon to boys 12 to 18 years of age able to pass Scout f test and requirements, I I ( I »..'. L.I’ y_ _ I (l Committees: None reported. ' zi I Purpose: Character building, citizenship training and community service. It Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with churches, schools, civic and IE I social_organizati5ns. .I ; _ I ( __ A ii Defense Activities: Training for (First Aid.) Interested in Auxiliary Police, { Collecting Books, Signal Service. ’ ‘ ‘ ·£ Local Publications: None.