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- -4- FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, MAYFIELD LODGE #569 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F.&A.M.), Masonic Hall, Mayfield. Founded 1880. Master, Norman Davis, Brand Street, Mayfield, Telephone 201. Secretary, W} J. Foster, West Broadway, Mayfield. Terms expire December, 1942. Membership: 180. Qualifications, male adults, sound in mind and body. Committees: None. f Purpose: To promote fraternal brotherhood and initiate ideals of right living. Nomm5L£E]jeMAptiyities: None. Defense Activities: Interested in Emergency Repair Service, Motor Corps Service, Rod Cross Assistance. Local Publications: None. _ FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA, MAYFIELD CUBA CHAPTER (National and State ‘ ( F.F.of A.), c/o Ed Dowell, Route #1, Mayfield. Founded 1956. President, Marvin D. Dobson, Route #2, Mingo. Executive Secretary, Ed. Dowell, Route #1, Mayfielda Terms expire June, 1942. Membership: 30. Qualifications, student in high school taking agricultural course. · P Committees: Public Speaking, W} Darnell, Vhngo. · Purpose: Promotion of agricultural pursuits. §@rma1 Cijic Activities: None. U Defense Activities: Interested in Motor Corp Service, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Collecting Books. Local Publicatigns: None. GRAVES COUNTY FARM BUREAU (Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation; American Farm Bureau Federation), Courthouse, Mayfield, Telephone 624-J. Founded 1924. Secretary, Y. L. Parr, Mayfield. Term expires January, 1943. Membership: 300. Qualifications, farm operator. Committees: Storage, C. F. Schmidt, Hickory; Insurance, W. L. Parr, May· flG1d• ~ A Normal Civic Activities: Aiding local 4¤H Club and instrumental in building up soil conservation.