. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MILTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TROOP (Colored) (Boy Scouts 1
_ of America, National Council), 504 Lake Street Extension, Fulton. Founded i
1929. Scoutmaster, A. Dumas, 304 Lake Street Extension, Fulton. Term Q
expires November, 1942. Executive Secretary, Paul L. Sudlow, 211 East Lee
Street, Mayfield. Term indefinite.
Membership: 15. Qualifications, colored boys 12 years of age and able
- to pass scout tests.
Committees: Troop, Dr. A. G. Tucker, Fulton.
Purpose: Build better citizens. (
_ _ Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with Young Men's Business Club in J
l distributing food to the needy. p
"Defense Activities: Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals.
_ Local Publications: None.
I FREE.AND ACCEPTED MASONS, ROBERTS LODGE #172 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky, Free `.
and Accepted Masons), 412 Jackson Street, Fulton. Founded 1848. Master, L
~ T. J. Smith, 412 Jackson Street, Fulton. Term expires December, 1942. =
Membership: 185. Qualifications, males 21 years of age or over, of good I
_ Committees: .None reported.
Purpose: Fraternal and charitable.
Normal Civic Activities: None reported. I
_ Defense Activities: Engaged in Recreation, Entertainment. J
Local Publications: None. J
A FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (United States Chamber of Commerce), 214 Fourth
, Street, Fulton. Founded 1909. President, R. H. White, 214 Fourth Street,
Fulton, Telephone 60. Secretary, J. D. Davis, Fulton, Telephone 51. Terms ,
expire March, 1942. _
_ Membership: 200. Qualifications, business executive or owner of a bonafide