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l CARLISLE COUNTY CIVILIAN ORGANIZATIONS
APERICAN LEGION.AUXILlARY, LONUIE YANCY UNIT (American Legion Auxiliary;
Deprrtment of Kentucky, National american Legion Auxiliary), c/o Hrs. J. '
D. Moore, Bardwell. Founded 1934. President, Mrs. J. D. Moore, Bardwell,
Telephone 584W. Secretary, Mrs. J. B. Basham, Bardwell, Telephone 44.
Terms expire July, 1942.
Membership: 21. Qualifications, mother, wife, sister or daughter of a
veteran of World Har I.
Committees; Americanism, Mrs. Rivers Cummings, Arlington; Rehabilitor
tion, Hrs. S. J. Basham, Bardwell;’Child Welfare, Mrs. Bourke Allen,
Bardwell; Finance, Mrs. Edgar Mott, Cunningham.
V , Purpose: To help the American Legion and to promote peace and goodwill.
Normal Civic gctivitiesz Sewing for Red Cross, Child`We1fare, aid to
veterans at oucwecd Hospital.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings. Interested in Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation _
and Serving of Food, Child Care, Collecting Books.
Local_Publications: None. I
Al@RICnN'LEGION, LONNIE YLNCY POST (Americrm Legion, Department'of
Kentucky, National american Legion), Carlisle County Courthouse,
Bardwell. Founded 1918. Commander, Earl Mitchell, Bardwell. Secre—
tary, W. L. Turk, Bardwell. Terms expire Juno, 1942.
Membership: 51. Qualifications, a veteran of World Nar I with cn
_Committees: Building, W.'L. Turk; Publicity, J. S.'Kendall;`We1fare,
`Wilbu} Underwood; Finance, C. C. Perry; Americanism, Bourke Allen, 3
all of Bardwcll.
Purpose: Promotion of peace and goodwill, Americenism, and legislation
on behalf of veterans.
Normal Civic activities: Coopcrates with civic agencies and governmen-
tal departments on behalf of National Defense.