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L The Washington County Defense Council is Affiliated
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T Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
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p AMERICAN RED OlOSS,`WASdlNGTON COUNTY CnAPT;R (Americen National Red
, .§; Cross), Leyden Building, Springfield,. Established 1914. Chairmen,
{ J. S. Loren, Springfield. Telephone 112 or 274, Executive Sccretery,
E Hrs. J. V. Turner, Springfield, Telephone 215 or 275, Terms indefi-
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if KQQQi§§hip: 15 (cn Stuff). Qualifications, contribution of time or
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i pi Committees: Leme bcrvicc, Mrs.];. E. Foster; ·.’· ser Procuction, irs. D.
Q TL Bekes; Home Nursing, Mrs. ElizeEeth`Eisemnn, Public Health Nurse;
Q· ell of Springfield, V
QQ Purpose: Emergency relief in wer or other disaster,
{ Normal Civic Activities; Cooperation withilcr and Navy Departments
it for benefit of soldiers and sailors and their families,
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§ Defense Activities; Engaged in Sewing and Prepwretion of Surgical
X- Dressings, hed Cross Assistance, First Aid, Operation of Cantecns and
1 Interviewing.
l Local Publications; None.
2 BOY SCOUTS UP AIERTCA SLRINGFIELD TROOP lhtionel Do Scouts of
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pp America), g Alvin p_ Durham Springfield, scoutmsster. Telephone
* 263, Tern indeiinite,
$1 Membership; Bl. Open to boys between egcs of 12 and 18 years,
$3 Committees: Executive, Bennett R. Lewis, chairmen; O. L. YcClurc,
Q} Tiifltrvs {nd Troll Young,
TY Purpose: To build character and good citizenship among boys;
Z- Nermel Civic Activities: Collecting clothes and toys for the needy
t st Christmns; directing traffic,
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3 Defense Activities; Engaged in Collection of Scrap Yctcls and Other
§ Motels; Truining for First Aid, Recroqtion.
fc Local Publications; None.
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,1 COMMUNITY COUNCIL, WASHINGTON COUNTY, Springfield. Founded 1941.
Secretary, Liss B. Hayne, Springfield. Telephone 145-J. Term
? exoired 1942,
.» Menbengrip: 7. Open to any one interested in community improvement.
I Committees: Nutrition, John Burgess; Education, Rev. Davis; Press,
Rev. Eunter; Finance, Theodore Carpbell, all of Springfield.
it Purpose: Community improvement,
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it Normal Civic Activities: Meopereting with`,PA projects.
¤ Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Auxiliary Fire
} Protection, Hospital and Clinical Assistance, First Lid, Preparation
, and Serving of Food, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Ketals,
Discussion Leaders,
l Local Fublications: None, `
TOUR—H CLUB OF SPRINGFIELD ST..DOHIlICL3 UNIT (National é—H Club,
University of Kentucky College of fgriculture). Established 1958,
y President, Samuel Spalding, Springfield, ¤ecretary,_Lnn Louise Lomax,
1 Springfield. Terms expired October, l9é2, .
l l@mbershiB; 55, Open to boys and girls between IO and EO years old
y engaged in raising livestock or crops and Looping records of these,
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1 iurgosc; To train rural youth in arriculturo and homemaking,
_2e£enseMnetivities{ Engagodmin production of food and fibre. Entertain-
' mont and.Pecreation,
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ij FOUR-H CLUB OF SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOJL UNIT (National 4-H Club,
a University of Kentucky College of Agriculture), c/e C. A. Kilburn,
Springfield. Established 1950. President, U. I. Milburn. Secretary,
gp Hazel Elliott, Springfield. Telephone 164-K. Terms expire October,
ye 1945.
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fi Mexbershipz 40. Open to boys and girls between 10 and 20 years of
at ago engaged in raising livestock or crops and Weeping records of
i these.
y Purpose: To train rural youth in agriculture and homemaking.
v Defense kctivities: Engaged in Preparation and Serving of Food,
Entertainment and Recreation,
L Local Publications; 4-H Club News (monthly)
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{ FREE AND.ACGEPTED KASONS, SPRINGFIELD LODGE-#50 (Grand Lodge of ‘
_ { Kentucky, F. 3 L. K.). Established 1313, Worshipful Master, J.
id   Albert Goatley, Springfield. Telephone 9d, Secretary, Cecil
l Iclillin, Springfield. Telephone 173. Terms expired December, 1942,
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E Membership: 120. Open to white male adults approved by members.
I { ¤ommittees: none.
! Purpose: Fraternal and benevolent,
I Normal Civic Activities; Support of Masonie“Jidows and 0rphan*s Home at
Shelbyville,
· Defense Activities: Interested in Discussion Leaders.
i Local Fublicatiens: None.
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I HIoTORICAL SOCIETY Or NAShINGTON COUNTY, Springfield, Established
1955, President, O.` . Bailor. Term expired October, 19él. Secretary,
} Hrs. H. T. Gregory. Telephone ll94R,·
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A Membership: 50. Open to those interested in7Yashington County history,
c` Committees: None,
Purpose: Preserving historical records and fostering interest in
· history,
Normal Civic Activities: None listed,
W Defense Lctivities: Interested in Signal Services,
I Local Publications: None,
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i LADIES ALTAR SOCIETY,ST.DOKI“IC£3»Z I`I' ZLQX, Springfield. President, `
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,- President, Mrs. Kate`Eilliams. Telephone ldéi. Secretary, Mrs. J. I.
_ Martin. Telephone 230. Terms expire January, 1943,
Membership: 20. Terms expire January, 1945,
:_ Purpose: Raising of mission funds. '
Defense Activities; Engaged in Discussion Leaders.
‘ Local Publications: None.
P%RENT—TE1CH R SOCIETY,S‘.LYTI TTF? CHURCJ, Springfield. President,
Mrs. Joseph Havdon Vice President Mrs. John Simms secretar Mrs.
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Joe Spalding. Treasurer, Hrs. Ln O, kelly. Terms expire l945,
‘ J Membershi ; 55. Parents or those interested in St, DominicT$ ~?*Y€h·
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{ Purpose: hutual assistance between parents and teachers to provide
5 all aid for children in school, .
Normal Civic Activities: LRed Cross work and any other civic under-
taking when and if needed,
Defense Activities; Engaged in, Red Cross Assistance;
j Local Publications: None,
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T, ROTARY CLUB OT SAKINGFIELD (Rotary International). Established 1931,
g_ President, Dr. Joe L. Spalding, Telephone 250-J. Secretary and Treasurer,
T J. R. Montgomery, Jr. Telephone 1574E, Vice President, Joe F. Pettus,
Telephone ll7, Terms expire June, IQQE.
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T §§E@ership; 22. Qualifications, pursuit of a defined vocation,.
Committees: None reported,
jr Purpose: Promotion of civic activities and other services.
r{ Normal Civic Activities: None.
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T Defense activities: Interestec in, ;irst Aid, Civilian Defense,
T Salvage Drives, Uelfare of our boys in service, etc,
J l Local Publications; None,
`   WOTAN'S CLUB OT SPRINGFIELD, Springfield. Established 1915.
  President, Hrs. J. B. Overall Lewis. Telephone 39. Secretary, Miss
‘" T Rose Lichelle IcCawlcy. Telephone iQ@-?• Terms expire May, IQQZ,
  Membership: 120. Open to those interested in civic work,
T Committees: Library, Hrs. H, L. Grigsby; Program, Miss Elizabeth
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T Durrctt, both oi Springfield.
T Purpose: Promotion of Civic Activities.
I Normal Civic Activities; Maintenance of library; promotion of
T interest in perks,
Defense Activities; Engaged in lcd Cross Assistance, Recreation;
Training for hospital and Clinical Assistance, Surgical dressings,
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  of Kentucky). jstablished 1890. President, Mrs. geobt, meelermn, 1i,,i·‘.D.
  Springfield, Secretary, ljrs. Pete Degley, Springfield. Telephone 182.
  Tormsc exp l1‘lI>·j.`JG.llUY.L1`:’•` 19722,
  §—.»Zembcrs}1ip; 42, Qualifications, interest amd. regular ettende.nee.
  Cozmitteesz Social ‘.,orl<;_, llrs. George Parrott; Publicity, Bliss Idea
  Cleybrooke; Training School Chairmen, llys, J.   Pettus, all of
  Sp;r‘ingi'ielcl,
  Purpose; Niszvion work and stimulation of Christian activities among
f  yOLlZi; people.
  Normal Civic Activities: Sewing for refugees, Red Cross work,
  Defense Activities; Interested in Operction of (janteens.
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Q TYPES OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES LISTED
 
Q Air Raid`Narden Service
5 Ambulance Eervice
{ Auxiliary Fire Protection
r Auxiliary Police
5 Child Care
Q Civilian Aircraft Warning Service
· . 5 Collecting Books
Q Collection of Scrap Hetals and Other Metals
I Consumer Protection Activities
f Discussion Leaders
E Drafting
v Emergency Repair Service
Q Entertainment I
2 Family Social Service in Industrial Areas `
» First Aid `
Q Hospital and Clinical Assistance
I Interpreting
{ Interviewing
’ Library Service
t Motor Corps Service
r Operation of Canteens
Q Preparation and Serving of Food
» Public Speaking
Q Radio Operation and Repair
U Recreation
I Red Cross Assistance
Y Research Assistance A
f Salvage Demolition acrvico A
¥ Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings i
p Signal Services 1
C Teaching Amerieanization Classes for Aliens and Others 1
I Teaching Classes in Ieehanical Skills Needed in Defense Industries i
Teaching Classes of {ap Reading and Sketehing
l Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others v
3 Teaching Spanish and Portuguese I
Q Typing and Other Clerical Assistance ’
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. American Red Cross, Washington County Chapter, l
Boy Scouts of America, Springfield Troop, l
Community Council, Washington County, 2
· Four-H Club of Springfield, St. Dominic's Unit, 2
Four-H Club of Springfield, Iigh School Unit, 5
Free and Accepted Masons, Springfield Lodge fee, 5
Historical Society of Mushington County, Q
Ladies Altar Society, St. Dominic Church, 4
A Missionary Society, Springfield Christian Church, 5
~ Parent Teacher Society, St. Dominic Church, 5
A Rotary Club of Springfield, 6
_ Wom&n's Club of Springfield, 6
Women's Missionary Uociety, Baptist Church
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INDEX OF GIGANIZATIONS BY TYPE OF
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A Explanation of Symbols; A- "Engaged in," B- "Training for,"
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AUXILIARY FIRE PROTECTION
Community Council, Washington County, C-2, -
AUKILIARY POLICE
Community Council,`Uashington County, C—2.
COLLECTION OF SCRAP METALS AUD OTHTR HETALS
Boy Scouts of America, Springfield Troop, A-l; Community
Council, Uashington County, C-2.
DISCUSSION USADERS
Missionary Society, Springfield Christian Church, A—5;
Community Council, Washington County, C—2; Free and
Accepted Masons, Springfield Lodge {so, C—lO,
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Four N—Club of Springfield, St. Dominic's Unit, A-2; Four-H
Club of Springfield, High School Unit, A-5. A
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American Ped Cross, Washington County Chapter, A-l; Rotary _
Club of Springfield, A—5; Boy Scouts of America, Springfield Z
Troop, E-l; Community Council,`fashington County, C-2, 1
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Woman's Club of Springfield, B-C; Community Council,
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INTERVIEWING
' American Red Cross, Washington County Chapter, A—l.
OPERATION OF CANTEENS
American Red Cross, Washington County Chapter, A-l; Women's l
Missionary Society, Baptist Church, A-?.
PREPARATION AND SERVING OP FOOD
Four-H Club of Springfield, High School Unit, A—5; Com unity
Council, Washington County, C—2. V
PUBLIC SPEAKING ‘ .
Four—H Club of Springfield, St. Dominic’s Unit, A-2; Four—H
Club of Springfield, High School Unit, A-5; Woman's Club of
Springfield, A-6; Boy Scouts of America, Springfield Troop,
B—l,
RED CROSS ASSISTANCE
American Red Cross, Washington County Chapter, A-l; Ladies
Altar Society, St. Dominic Church; A—Q; Parent Teacher Society,
St. Dominic Church, A—5; Noman's Club of Springfield, A—G.
SIGNAL SERVICE
Historical Society of Washington County, A-4, 1
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