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{ The Simpson County Defense Council is Affiliated
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Q Frankfort, Kentucky
E Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
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Q John J. Greenleaf, State Director of
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Q SHHPSON COUNTY DEFENSE COUUCIL
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E J. P. Arnold, Mayer of Franklin, Chairman
Qj J. Lee Moore, Co—Chairman
F J. M. Smith, Jr., Coordinator
Qi , Howell Patton, Asst. Coordinator
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§ Harry Jackson Henry Tarpley Dr. N. C. Vhtt
f J. P. McGlendon Albert Boyd A. R. Malone
!’ H} B. Caudill O J. Z. Shugart Joe P. Clark
Q E. L. Gillespie Margaret Booker S. L. Massey
E Mrs. D. E. Hatter Otho Talker Margaret Clark
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i AMERICAN LEGION, SIMPSON POST=#62 (American Legion, Department of Kentucky;
{ National American Legion), P. O. Building, Franklin. Founded 1920. Commander,
{ R. C. Bradley, Franklin. TelephoneS245, 1005. Adjutant, Dr. B. H. Rogers,
j Franklin. TelephoneSl85, 179. Terms expire July, 1943.
A Membership: 70. Open to honorably discharged veterans of World War 1.
{ Committees: Executive, John T. Clark, Franklin. N-
? Purpose;-Rehabilitation of veterans. Promote true Americanism by precept
Q and example.
i Normal Civic Activities: None other than those connected with the Legion.
Q Defense Activities; Engaged in_Auxi1iary_Police. Interested in Air Raid
T nayssa Service, Auxiliary Fire irctection, Civilian Aircraft Warning Ser-
* vice, Motor Corps Service, Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair
Q Service. ‘ I _ ‘
2 Local ?ublications: None. I
§’ AMTRICLN LEGION AUXILIARY, SIMPSON UNIT #62 (American Legion Auxiliary
Q, Departrent of Aentucky; National American Legion Auxiliary), c/0 Mrs. Levi
j Ray, Franklin. Founded 1950. President, Mrs. Earl Gillicm, Franklin. Tcl- "A
L ephene 84. Secretary, Mrs. Levi Ray. Terms expired July, 1942. _
i Membership: 57. Open to widow, wife, sister, daughter or mother of_honor- _ ’
Q; ably discharged veteran of World Ihr l.
il Committees: Child Yblfare, Mrs. G. P. Purdue; Publicity, Mrs. TL N. Bassett; .
 ;~ COmmunitV gOI·ViCC’ MTS. Otho l'fg_]_1_{gy; N;;_·[;j_o,;;»1 Defense, I*·Trs. N.` C. Witt; Reh-
, abilitation, Mrs.‘THll Caudill; Pan—Amcrican, Mrs. Hard Wilson, all of Frank~
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DY Furpose: To assist the Legion and stimulate promotion of Americanism.
l Nomual Civic Activities: Welfare work for needy families of veterans, spon-,
,5 soring education of veterans child and promoting observation of patriotic ·
; holidays. ( , _
 ’'. Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance,_ Interested in Hospital
? and Clinical Assistance, Family Social Service in Industria Areas, Child
( Care, Collecting Books.
( Local Publications: None.
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BOY SCOUTS OF AFERICA, T200P;#25l (Eational Boy Scouts of America), q/o Ross
Nalonc, Franklin. FQunded 1956. Scout Master, Ross·Malone. Telephone 538.
Term indefinite.
·_ Lenbershipa 10. Qualifications, open to boys from 12 to 18 years of age able
to pass cenderfoot tests required by Boy Scout manual.
Troop Leaders; Duncan Smith, Joe Philips, both of Franklin.
» Purnoee: To orcmote better citizenshi ideals.
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Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with the Franklin Lions Club in their
Lational Defense Drives. 4 Q
Defense Activities: Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals.
Interested in First Aid, Collecting Books. _ .
Local Publications: Node. __
FRANKLIN LIOVS-CLUB (Lions International), c/o WL P. Roark, Neely Building,
Franklin. Founded 1940. President, R. K. Short, Franklin. Telephone 128. ·
Secretary, CL P. Roark. Telephone 531-M. Terms expire July, 1943.
Membership; 26. Qualifications, business and professional mon of good reputc.
Conmittecs; Boys and Girls, Cordon Garrett; Citizenshipand Patriotism, A. D.
Ashby; Ciric.Improvement, Herbert Greasy; Community Bettcrment, R. G. Turner; —
Education,.H. T. Wright, all of Franklin. ` ' {
Purceso: Service to the Communitv State and Kation. ·
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l Vernal Civic Activities: Sieht conservation as a olied to needi children -
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furnishinr classes}. Prometine c cemmunitv srdmmin, ‘oo1. Coe eratinx with
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‘ C of C,. Jwrm nureau and P. T. n. _ ‘ " ` T
Defense Activities; Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Child Care, Collection L
of Scrap Metals and Other Metals. Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid
Harder srrvicc, Civilian Aircraft Ubrning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protect~
ion, lotcr Corps Service, gnbulencc Service, Family Social`Scrvieo in lnd- —
ustrial grvas, Recreation, Collecting Books, Public Speaking, lnterviewing.
Local Publications: None. _
FPQITLID`PAQEWT-TEgCh]H»A§L0CIjTTON (State and Hatienal Congresses P. T. A.), l
c/o Vrs. J; Lee Moore, fest Cedar Street, Franklin. Founded 1918. President, _
Mrs. J. Let Noero. Teltphone @41. Secretary, hrs. Leonard Chauvin, South" j
College Stgeet, Franklin. Executive Secretary, Hrs. Silas Massey, R.F.D., I
Franklin. Telcphor; 71. Terms expire 1942. ' ` · i
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= Franklin Psront—Teechor Associstion(Continued)
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z Membership: 210. Qualifications, teachers, parent end other individuals 1n—
terested in schools and child welfare.
Cmnmittees: Telfere, Mrs. Smith Viughun; Ueys and leans, Mrs. ’/.’ . Q. Powe;
i Leclth, mrs. J. U. James, ell of Prenklin.
Purpose: To promote the welfare of children end create e better understand-
~ ing betw en parent and teachers. , I
{ Normslmgivieééctiyities: Conducting c free clinic for ill children attending
jj city schools. Ceoperctes with Franklin Lions and Rotary Clubs.
,x Dcfense_;ctiyities: Engaged in Scving end Preparation of Surgical Dressings,
i Pod Cross lssistunce, Discussion Leaders. Interested in Child Gere, Collect-
g ing Books, Teuehing Literacy Classes for Aliens und Others. _
`Z Local Publications: Your Book.
l FRQNKLIH ROTQRY CLUB (Rotary International), c/o Glenn Helene, College Street,
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‘g brenklin. Founded 1922. President, J. M. shugart, nmeisen Street, Franklin.
{ Telephone 317. Secretary, Glenn Helene. Terms expired July, 1942.
Q Membeishipz 55. Open to business executive or professional men of Sinpson
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{ Committees: Community Service, Felix Sanders; Club Service, J. P. Qrnold;
? Vocctsonul Service, J. K, Robey; International Service, J. Lee Moore, all ‘
Q of Franklin.
‘; Purpose; To promote e better understanding mnong the business and profess-
{ ionnl mon of Simnson County.
1 Normal Civic nctivities: °nssisting crippled children to obtain proper med- _
` ical attention.
l Defenre Lctivities: Interested in Luxilinry Felice, lir Reid Yhrden Service,
Q Civilidn Aircraft Ihrning Service, nuxilicry Fire Protection,`;mbulLncc Ser~
1. vice, Hospital end Clinicwl nssistcnce, Fublir Spcuhing, Interviewing, Con- ‘
Q; sumcr Protection Activities.
{ Local Publications; None.
f FRANKLIN-SIMPSON COUNTY CH;NBjR OF COMMFHCF, c/c C. R. Payne, South Miin
-§ Street, Franklin. Founded 1956. President, J. Lee Moore, Frcnklin. lcleph~
E one 190. Secretary, G. R. Feyne, Telephone 144. Terms expire 1945.
E MOmbcrship: 100. Qualifications, good citizenship, representative of bonefide
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Committees: Industries, War;Highways; Wild Life Conservation;¤Solicitations; C
Special Events; Boy Scout; Public Health; Agriculture;Decorations.
Norral Civic Activities; Sponsor Franklin Lamb Day. Cooperates with Farm J
Bureau and University of Kentucky Extension Service.
· Purpose: Promote and develop trade and business relations, industrial`devel¢
¤p¤eEE`n;a expansion.
Defense notivities:Spocifically none. C of C. is willing to aid and cooperate i
in sny Defense Iroject whenever and wherever possible.
'Local Publications: None. _ I V `
FR;NKLlW~ElMPSOY JOUETY NINTSTERILL MSSCCIQTION, c/0 Rev. Felix J. Sanders, Q
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Franklin, Terndcd l9»e. President, nov. Felix Sanders. Telephone l%5. Secre-
tary, C. U. Grabler, Franklin. Terms expired July, 1942. Q
Dembershipz l0. Open to the ministers of the vnrious churches in Simpson Co-
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Committees: None. Q
-p se; _';'sterial fellowship, correlates the religious activities of the -i ,4,
various ohurches. · ip 3
Normal C tic gctivitics: Promoting the religious welfare of the inhabitants >
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Defcnso.Lctivities: None reported. {
Local Fublicstlonsz None. · Q ·
FR;TKllF UC"nN'S CLUB (Kentucky Federation oi rwme¤*¤ Clubs; General Fed0r~
ation of WOlCD'S Clubs), c/o 1rs.°Jmncs T, Carman, 305 East Madison Street, j
YT nkliu.'Feunled l9lS. Prgsident, Hrs. James T. Carnen. Telephone 408.4 { ·
Secretary, Lre. Pascal Harris, Frinklin. Telephone 476-TL Terms expire Nay, Q
1943.  ,
Membership: Sl. Qualifications, women interested in the civic and cultural‘ S
devclopm nt of Franklin and Simpson County. (L ,
Committees; Public hclfarc, Irs. Charles Stark; Music, Hrs._VL D. Harris} E
Kcgislvtire, hrs. J. Loo Loore; Education, Miss Mary Virginia Hodge; Art, . T
lms. L. L. Crocker; G rd n, Irs. Denver Trrvelstcndg American Home, Hrs. j
I. A. Crow, lll of Fr;nklin.. , »_ - . l
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{ Purpose: To bring together representative women for a better mutual under-
j standing of the needs of the community. .
E ‘_ U Hornal Civic Activities: Has given financial aid to all welfare activities
l of xranklin and Simpson County. Coeperates with Red Cross. ·
L_ Qpfense Activities; Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings,
=i ned trees nssistaneo, Public Speaking, Consumer Protection Activities.
i _ Interested fn Collecting Books, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance.
f Local Publications; Year Book.
. FUTURE FLFMZFS OF nMEHTCn, SIMPSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CHnPTER (National F.
*_ F. of L.), County High Sehool, Franklin. Founded l940. President, Howard _
; Vnlliars, Drake , lnrrcn County. Secretary, Robert DFCRG. R- F• D··rl FT¤¤"
4; hlin. Ternm expired l94l. Advisor, P. B. Harris, 512 Montague, Franklin.
A ielepnene 4765. Term indefinite.
}_ Memrorshipz 80. Qualifications, must be enrolled in all dey vocational
f’ agricujtural classes of Simpson County High School. V e
{¤ Conmictees: None. __ y,
if , Purpoicz To aid young students of practical farming to got established.
QT FUTTQL Civic Activities: Cooperate community buying of livestock. Int-
·j Pedro tg improved varieties and strains of gyqpg, ‘ "~~— ··-- »» (
i-»  Q Defense Activities:· Training for First nid, Teaching Classes.in Mechanical
if Skill; Needed in Defense Industries. Interested in`nir“Raid""hrden Service,
}_ Civil on Lircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Emergency Rc-
i pair service, Auxiliary Police, Collection of Scrap Metals end Other Metals.
` _. Local Publications: News Letter (Annual);
T _ 4SlkP27F COUNTY FnRh BURZJU (State and Nati~ial Film Bureau Federation), c/e
( Extension Service Office, P. O- Building, Franklin. Founded 1939. President,
 V, Henry L. Snider, F. F. D.=f4, Franklin. Telephone Cll2. Secretary, U} R.
i header, R. F. D.¤#4. Franklin. Telephone QGOB. Terms indefinite.
5 A Membership: lO9. Open to farmers, farm operators and persons affiliated with
, Simpson County agriculture. i _ A ..,
‘# ,Com ittees: Board of Directors, Henry A. Snider, Franklin.
_, Purpose: Promotion of project for the bettoring of the farming industry in
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" Normal Civic Lotivities: Cooperative marketing. Sponsor of legislation favor-
able to the farming industry. Cooperates with University of Kentucky Extens-
ion Service.
Defense Activities: Interested in Child Care, Consumer Protection Activities,
_ Local Publications: None. F ..Q ____ I ‘
SBMPeCN CCIVTY 4~H CLUB COUNCIL (Extension Sfrviee, University of Kentucky;
Dtate Assoeiation dmH`Clubs), c/e'Eztension,Service Office, P. O. Building,
Franklin. Founded 1928. President Miss Lillian Boid R. F. D.¥#l Mitchel-
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ville, Tennessee, Secretary, Mary Elisabeth Koody, R. F. D.¤y1, Franklin.
Telephone ?Gl2. Terms expired, 1941. T · `
lbmhesshio. 26. Quxiifications, officer or leader of local 4-H club and elect-
ed fo the ceuncihr- is ‘ ; r `
Committees; No standing committees. f
Purpose: Promotion of 4-H club work in Simpson County.
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperotes with University ef Kentucky Agricultural
Exteysien Service.
Defense Activities: En~a·ed in Pre aration and Servins of Food. Traininw for
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Local ?ub1ications; None. _ ”
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I U SINVIUE CCUFTY HOMEHLKELS nSSOCI.T1ON (Kentucky Federation of Hcmemakers),
F.‘C, Cox 187. Franklin. Founded l954. Fresident, Mrs. O. D. Header, R. F. D.
#l, frxnklun. Telephone 46l2.·Term expires 1945. Executive Secretary, Mrs.
Ptar“ Jpiler, Home Demonstration Agent, F. O. Box 187, Franklin. Telephone
87. T·rn i;definite. Secretary, Hrs. William Smith, Franklin. Term expires
199%
. Nerh»rship: 195. Qualifie tiers, rural wancn interested in improved practices
in 4 yi raking and hone economics.
Conmittees: Citizenship, Hrs. David Roark; Child Care, Mrs. J. P. nrnold; r
Clothing, Irs. H. B. QlOX1HdQT;-FOOdS, Hrs. C. J. Herndon; Minor Projects, C
Hrs. Page Reed, all of Franklin. County Recreation,_Mrs. J. T. Stanford,
Salnons.
Purpose: To extend the study of horemaking problems under trained leadership.
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Or_ Normal Civic‘;ctivities: Sponsor social and recreational activities, rural
S_ school lunch, school citizenship contests. Purchased books for Public Lib-
rary, assist Red Cross , cooperates with Farm Bureau , C of C., P. T. A.,
and 4-N Clubs.
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of reed, Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Consumer Protection nctivities.
Training Per Preparation and Serving of Food, Interested in Collecting Books.
G Local Vublicwtions; Monthly News Letter (Members only).
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SIMPEON CW"*TY NTDICAL ASSOCI;TION (Kentucky State Medical Society; A. M. A.), ‘
· o/o Wilson Clinic, Prank1in.`Founded 1910. President, Dr. N. C. Witt, Frank-
lin. felepkone 7e. Secretary, DR. L. R. Thlson, Franklin. Telephone 35. Terms
ect- expire December 39lZ. ‘
Membership, 8. Qvalifications, graduate of accredited medical school and holder
of ccyoificate issued by the State Board of Health.
Purpose; Community service and advancement of medical knowledge.
.,1 Normal Civic Activities: None reported.
Dcferse Activities: Engaged in Hospital and Clinical Assistance. Interested
fOr ll'].  All JiLj.d•
Looe} Tublications: None.
I SIMP"ON COUNTY NUTRITION COMMITTEE (State Nutrition Committee; National Put-
‘ riticn Committee), P. O. Box 187. Franklin. Foundod l94l..Chairnan, Hrs. ·.·‘
I Pearl Snider, H. D. A., P. O. Sox 187, Franklin. Telephone 87. Secretary,
_ D_ Hrs Q;. Snith, bO9 Madison Street, Franklin. Telephone ?6i~J. Assistant
_ Chaizr n, Liss Loola Bagby, Farm Security Office, Franklin. Terms indefindte.
E Nem}ership; 25. Qualifications, must be ir sono way interested in food sources
3 and r;a1th of county. _ _ _
Comnittoes : Exhibit and Display, Mrs. J. P_ Arnold; Film Strips, Pascal
icos Har;·1, Publicity, Nrs. Th. Smith; Losters, Kiss Lcola Bagby; School Lulch.
‘ Mrs. es C. Starks; Community Nutrition School Talks, J. L. Carmen and G. R.
Payne, all of Franklin.
J _ Purpose: To educate the public of Simpson County on matters pertaining to
c proper nutrition.
Normal Civic Activities: Providing public nutritional information by means
hip, of posters, exhibits and displays, domenstrations,_ newspaper publicity and
nutrition classes. ·
Defensefnctivities:Engagod in Preparation and Serving of Food, Discussion
headers, Consumer Protection nctivities. Training for Preparation one Serv-
ing of Food.
Local Publications: None.

  
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