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;§ The Lee County Defense Council is Affiliated
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[E Frankfort, Yentucky
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Beattyville
W. L. Jones, Mayor of Beattyville, Chairman
V W. K. Davidson, Co—ordinater
I ADVISORY COMMITTEE
TL L. Jones G. T. Smith Gee. E. Long
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Q AMERICAN LEGIOU, LEE COUNTY POST-$84 (National American Legion),c/o·Jesse K.
Q Tharpe, Beattyville. Founded 1918. Commander Rev. Luther.Tewman jeattvville.
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Vg Adjutant, Jesse M. Tharpe. Terms expired July, 1942. · l - ~
I Membership: $5. Open to veterans of World Nar 1 having honorable discharge.
Committees: None reported. ’ ‘ `
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k Purppse: Create and perpetuate true AmericanjSm,Rehabilitation of veterans.
I Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates in the providing of spinal meningitis
k toxin·fon underprivileged of Lee County. Sponsors Boy Scouts. Charity.
}» Defense Activities: Engaged in Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Family · .
=‘ Social Service in Industrial Areas, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other
I Metals. Interested in Auxiliarv Police Amxi1iar· Fire Protection Radio-
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Y AMERICA? LEGIOH AUXILTAHY, TEL CCU TY UNIT j84 (7ationa1 ismrican Legion
y Auxiliary), c/o Mrs. Walter Smith, Leeco. Founded 1953. President, Irs.
l Walter Smith. Secretary, Nrs. Christian A. Bradley,`Beattyville. Terms V
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Q ·Nembership;-44-·.-—-— -—»·1··--•—- ·—-—-—•-.·--·—»-—- _ _ H _ ’ l
in Incustrial Areas. Interested in Library Service. p _ Q,
Local Pwblications: None. i I
JUNIOR CIDJT UNITED LKEHICLU EECEAFICS (National Jr. O. U. A. I.), o/o Rev.
Luther Newman, Deattyville. Founded l904. Counoilor, Truman Congleton, Bea-
ttyvillo. Wecording Secretary, Rev. Luther Penman. Terms expire December, _
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Mcmbershi : G0. ualifications white males lo fears and over able to earn 4
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Committnos: To standing committees. l I;
l Purpose: Promotion of patriotism, benefits for members, uphold school system I
and maintain Natuonal 0rphan's Home.  »
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crates in aiding underprivileged school children. , I
· Defense Activities: Enpagcd in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other lotals, ”
U Interested in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Emergency Kepair Service, Iotor
Corps Service, Red Cross Assistance,,Family Social Service in Industrial Areas,
Discussion Loaders. ` `
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V KIMANIS CLUB OF BEATTYVILLE (Kiwanis International), c/c T. Hargis Jones,
{ Beatbyville,Founded 1920. President, G. P. Congleton, Deatyville. Secretary,
  T. Hargis Jones. Terms expired January: 1942.
( yembershipz 12. Open to business executives and professional men.
Committees: Appointed as needed.
1 Q Purpose: Fellowship and community service.
  Normal Civic Activities: Organized crippled children's clinic, tonsil clinic,
l_ cooperates with nutrition program, placed American flags in schoolromns.
( Defense Activitieszl En;aged_in Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Collection
  of Scrap Metals and Other Metals. Interested in Emergency Repair Service,
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~ LADIES AID AUXILIARY AID MISSIONARY ASSCCIATIOT, CHLISTIAY CHURCH (lmited
Christian Missionary Society), c/o yrs. Tilliam Cornelius, Beattyville.
Founded 1898. President, Mrs. George T. Smith,“Beattyville. Telephone 17.
I Secrotarv hrs. William Cornelius. Terms expire Januarv IQGZ.
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Membership: 26. Qualifications, church women interested in the extension
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Cmnnittccs: Appointed as needed.
Purpose; To direct activities that point toward a higher Christian living
and community betterment.
Normal Civic Activities: Production of 25O garments for undtrprivilegcd
( children. Some family Social Service work by members.
1 Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Prcparetion of Surgical Dressings,
  FEEHZy?Ceeial Service in Industrial Areas. Irterestc6 in Ambulance Service,
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  Hospital and Clinical ASSlSt&HOG, Fiist nie, Cnlid Cart. -
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I LEE COUITY 4-H CLUBS (National Council é—H Clubs), c/o County AJent's Cffice,
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g Bcattyvillc. Founded 1917. Executive secretary, I. h. concs, County nprlcrlt
  ural Agent, Bcattyville. Term indefinite.
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Membership; 400. (18 clubs). Open to rural boys and girls 10—1o years, aelc
to carry out a planned project.
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Purpose; To provide boys and girls prsotice in modern agricultural methods. §
Normal Civic Activities; Each club aids with the annual Lee County Fair. Q
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of Eerdp Metals and Other Motels: First Aid.lnterested ln Sewing and rreper— %
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ORDER C] OLSTUHI QTAW, BEATTYVILRQ CHLPTE2=f25l (Grund Chapter of Kentucky; f
General Crdnd Chapter O, E. 3.), e/o Hrs. Gentry Congleton, Beettyville. E
Founded 19lE. Yorthy Nctron, Mrs. Gentry Congleton. Tcrnsexpire l945. Q
Membership; lCL. Qualifications, ld yours or over, white, relative of eff- F
ilietod Jason, daughter, wife, sister, mother or widow..Also hosonss
Comnitttnnz None reported. l
Purposc~ Mraternsl and social fellowship.
Normal Civic Activities: None reported. -
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WOt;I¤C CRUB‘CF BEATTYVILLU (General Federation of Homen's Clubs), c/o Hrs. C
~ Katie Thlson, Beettyville. Founded l896. President, hrs. Motel Bedtty,‘ I
$cst‘t3rv:‘1?.—~· Secretary, hrs. lietie liilson. Terms expire April, 19%.  
Lemberstio; 20. Open to reprzsentntive women ty invitetien and election.
Committees: None reported. if l F
` Purpose;Caltural and community vmlfcre. `  
F Tenn l Civic Activities: Financially dnd materially Aided the Bundles for
Britain program. Raised $lO0.0C for school shruhbory and awarded model to
servici honor student. · l
Defense lctivitiwsz Engaged in Pod Cross Assistance, Collection of Scrap
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  Convention), c/o rhs. JQ R. Bishop, Bouttyvillo. Founded 1952. Prcsidcnt,
1 irs. J..i. Cishop. Tclophonc 25-J. Sccrctdry, Mrs. William Esctty, Beatty-
1 ville. Torms cxpiro Junuarv, lD42.
r Kowborship:10. Open to women mombors of thc Baptist Church who arc willing
to ssrvo.
I Committocs; Porsonsl Scrvico, Mrs. Charles Brtndtnbarg, Ecattyvillo.
I, Purpose; Church work, missionary work and community service.
I Normal Civic Activitios; Aid to Baptist hospital, Rod Cross ind to indig-
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3 Auxiliary Fire Protection
5 Auxiliary Police
S Child Care
T Civilian Aircraft Thrning Service
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i- Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Hotels `
A Consumer rrvtectien Activities
, Discussion Leaders
A Draftirg
Energtncy Repair Service
I Entertainment
. Familv Soeiel Service in Industrial Areas
‘ First Aid
Hospital and Clinical Assistance ‘
Interpreting
Interviewing
Z Library Service
A Meter Corps Service
f Operation of Canteens
Preparation and Serving of Feed
Q; Public Speaking '
i Radio Cperation and Repair
Q Recreation
Q Red Cross Assistance
* Research Assistance
Q Salvage Demolition Service
i Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings
1 Signal Services
§“ Teeching Americanizatien Classes for Aliens and Others
le Teecning Classes in Mechanical Skills Ieedee in Defense Industries
¢ Teaching Classes of lap Reading and Sketching
E Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
7 Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
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Q American Legion, Lee County Post;%84, 1
  line Pioan Legion flukiliary, Lee County Unit #84, 1
j Lmerican Red Cross, Lec County Chapter, 1
Q Beattyville Parent-Teacher Association, 2
1 Boy Scouts of Beattyvillo, Troop»$155, 2
T Daughters of American, Rainbow Councily%l29, 5 ‘
¥ Free and Accepted Masons, Proctor Lodgeg#2lZ, 3
_ t Girl Scouts, Beattyville Patrol #1, 5
Q` Guild of St. Thomas Church, 4
Q Junior Order United American Mechanics, 4
L Kiwanis Club of Beattyville, 5
T _ Ladies nid Auxi1iary‘and Missionary Association, Christian Church, 5
S Lee County 4-H Clubs, 5
{ Order of Eastern Star, Beattyville Chapter #251, 6
Q Wwnan's Club of Beattyville, 6
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  _ DEFENSE IQCTIVITY, TP1`-I1·€IjTG OR ILFTEREST
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3 Explonction of Symbols; 11- "Engeged in", B- "Trcining for", C-
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  TYLLUBGTS f`0ll0W§11g J-, B, or C, indicate page entry ·in Directory.
  £ll~.€3U1;-l1CE SERVICE
  Ladies [lid Qluxiliziry and liissionary .“;ssoci.c.tion, Christian Church, C-5.
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  Junior Order United .Lmerice.n liechenics, C-4.
  Q1U"IILI,1RY EFOLICE _, ‘ .
  Boy Scouts of Beettyville, Troop gy=155, A—2. _
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ji jm·;r·ieen Legion Jruxiliery, Lee County Unit #84, ll-1; Boztttyville Po.rent4·
  Teacher Association, 4;-2; Daughters of nmerico., Rainbow Council #129, C-5;
 T Frcec und Accepted 1.-iesons, Proctor Lodge gQ'=215, A-5; Girl Scouts, Beatty-
 _ ville Petrol #1,‘C—-5; Ladies Aid iluxilicry end Iiissicncry ;-ssocir>.tion,
  _Cht-~isticn Church, .C-5; 1Tfomc.n's i·.€is_sio11e.·ry Society, Baptist Church, C-7.
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 _ jlmcriccn Legion Iluxiliery, Lee County Unit #84*:, C-1; Beattyville Parent-
i   Teacher Jlssocietion, A-2; Boy Scouts of Eeettyirille, Troop #155, C-2;
 , Girl Scouts, Becttyville Petrol #1, C-5» , _ ·
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  jdnericsn Legion, Lee County Post g;¥S4, .1-l; Boy Scouts of Beettyvillc,
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 I Troop #155, j1—2; Girl Scouts, Bcuttyvillc P;.trc1g,=l, ll-e; Junior Order
  United ilzlxiericun Mechanics, Q.-/1; Eiimeziis Club of Boettyville, 4-5; Lee
  County 4-H Clubs, A-5; " ,‘.1 omen’s Club of Besttyvillc, gr-6.
  COFSMCER PROTECTION l-CTIl/`ITIES C _ S
  Fyggi myd _'_gC@p‘{;@d ]·_·l&S01'1S_, PI‘OQ`bCl" LOd{$»Z3 jil-2].5, C"'5• 1
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Frcc and ncccptod Masons, Proctor Lodgc¢#2l5, C-5; Junior Ordcr Unitcd
nmoricon Mechanics, C—4; Kiwanis Club of Boattyvillc, C—5.
FRMILY SOCIRL SERVICE IN INDUSTRI;L LRE4S
.Q1cricon Lcgion, Loo County Post f84, A-l; Doughtors of Amorico,.Roinbow
A Council jl29, C-5; Guild of St. Thomas Church, L-4; Junior Ordcr United
Immricin lochonios, C-4; Lsdios nid nuxilinry and Missionary Lssociation, T
Christian Church, n»5,
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nmoricon Legion nuxiliory, Loo County Unit-#84, A-1; Amorican Rod Cross,
Imc County Chaptor, n~l; Boittyvillc Porcnt-Tooohor nssociction, C—2;
Roy Scouts of Beottyvillo, Troop MJBB, n42; Gnrl Scouts, Boottyvillo Pat- ,
rol—Ql, C-5; Kiwanis Club of Bonttyvillo, C—5; Ladios nid nuxiliory and
"hissionory Association, Christian Church, C—5; Loo County 4—HeClubs, C-5;
?’"Womsn's Club of Lodttyuillo, C-6; Uomun's Hissionory Socicty, Baptist
Church, C~7._ _ _, ; ' ’ `
HOSPIT ..'. L -IU CLIYICnL LGZISTMNCE
Lmoric t Logion, Loo County Post=#84, A-l; nmoricon.Logion nuxiliary, Loo
Countv Unit¤=84, C~l; Kiwanis Club of Bcatt villb in-E· Lsdics nid lux-
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iliorv 116 Missionary-Association, Christian Church, C-5. .
LIBRnRY JTRVICE
Cuili of St. Thomas Church, C-é. U _ ° * - , I
MOTOR COLIG SERVICE ` “ 1
Frcc ari nccoptcd Kssons, Proctor Lodgo¤}2l5, C—5; Junior Ordor Unitod
Qxorican Nochnnics, C—4; Kiwanis Club of Bocttyvillo, C—5.
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Amtrican Lcgion Quxili.ry, Loc County Unit #8é, C-l; Bcottyvillo Fsront— _
Teacher nssociation, A-2; Doughtcrs of America, Rainbow Council fl29,
C-5; Cirl Scouts, Boittyvillo Patrol ji, C-3; Loo County @—H Clubs, n—7; l
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Free And Accepted Masons, Proctor Lodge #215, C—5.
RED CROSS A2SISTnNCE
American Legion Auxiliary, Leo Ccunty Unit #84, A-1; American Rid Cross.
{ Lec County Chapter, h—l; Beettyville Parent-Teacher Association, C—2;
. Bey Scouts of Bouttyville, Treep yl55, C—2; Daughters of Qmericu, Rain-
< ben Council #l29, C-5; Free and Accepted Masons, Precter Ledge MQIB, A—5;
` Guild ef St. Themes Church, A—4; Junicr Order United imericcn lechxnics, rA.'
C-4; Kiwanis Club of Beettyvillo, C-5; Wqnon's O1ub`cf Bcnttyvillc, g—G;
Wemen*s Missionary Secicty, Beptist Church, A-7.
{ SQUIIG LFD P?§PLR;TICN CF SURGIC ..`. L DRESSINGS
g gmericnn Logien Auxiliary, Lec C;unty Unit¤#84, ;-l; nncricen Red Cross,
; Lec Ceurty Chepter, ;»l; Bcottyville Pgrent-Teacher Lssocistien, C-2; "
Q Drughters if gncrica, Rainbow Ccu;cil,$l29, C-5; Girl Scouts g Beatty,
j ville P;trek%l, C-3; Ladies gid Auxiliary and Missirnsry hssecictien,
C; Christian Church, A—5; Loc County @—H Clubs, C—5; Womcn's Nissienery
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