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E The Oldham County Defense Council is affiliated
Q with the Kentucky Defense Council
g§ Frankfort, Kentucky
it Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
T Chairman
· John J. Greenleaf, State Director of
Civilian Defense
 
I OLDHAM COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL
tt Joe Whitehead, Chairman
.° Mrs. Elizabeth Shwab, Coordinator
E Brent Million Thomas F. Manby
- Milton Carl Stoess W. B. Belknap
{ J. H. Rice Clayton Renaker
Kelly Thompson H. Elliott Netherton
» ·· Rev. J. R. Whealdon John Glauber
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3 W. L. Dawson, Sr. C. L. Davis
i— J. Ballard Clark G. W. Taylor
T Judge James A. Hall Howard Hancock
- `W. W. Head Robert Pierce I
@ James W. Hammond Lilah Hembree
ti H. R. Kirk Stuart Cassady
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{ AMERICAN LEGION, OLDHAM COUNTY POST #39 (American Legion, Department
{ of Kentucky; National American Legion), q/o A1 Hoffman, La Grange.
{ Founded 1919. Commander, Kelly Thompson, Westport. Adjutant, Al
- Hoffman, La Grange. Terms expire July, 1942.
1 Membership: 106. Qualifications, veteran of World War I with
§; honorable discharge.
it Committees: None reported.
   
In Purpose: To uphold the Constitution of the United States of America.
- Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with all community enterprises.
Defense Activities: None reported. Registration of members for `
volunteer defense activities: Yes. Forms on file math National
,. Headquarters and State Adjutant. A
1 Local Publications: None.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, OLDHAM COUNTY UNIT #59 (National American (
Legion Auxiliary). Founded 1957. President, Mrs. Clayton Renaker, `
I La Grange, Telephone 115. Secretary, Mrs. Joe Potts, La Grange. (
Terms expire 1942. I
i_ Membership: 29. Qualifications, limited to wife, sister, mother or
( daughter of a Legionnaire.-
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} Com ittees: None reported. E
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g Purpose: To assist the Legion and promote Americanism.
   
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§ Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with the Red Cross.
it Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
( Dressings, Red Cross Assistance.— Registration for Volunteer Emergency
. work: Yes. Forms on file at Department Headquarters of Auxiliary. ,
Local Publications: None. i
AM RICAN RED CROSS, OLDHAM COUNTY CHAPTER (American National Red Cross), i ‘
e/o H. Elliott Netherten, La Grange. Founded 1917. Chairman, H. Elliott l
Netherton, La Grange, Telephone 125. Term indefinite. {
Membership: BOO. Qualifications, membership open to all interested
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QQ American Red Cross, Oldham County Chapter (Continued)
"` Committees: Disaster, N. W. Head, La Grange; Production, Mrs. R. Mk
gd Warren, R.R.#i, Box 235, Anchorage; Surgical Dressings, Mrs. L.R.
{ Stanforth, R.R.#l, Anchorage; Roll Call, Mrs. Vashti Smith, La Grange•
  Purpose: Service to members of the military services and to civilians
A in emergencies.
( Nermal Civic Activities: Production of clothing and surgical dressings.
i Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
E Dressings, Red Cross Assistance. Interested in First Aid, Collection of
’ Scrap Metals and Other Metals.
5 Local Publications: None. _
i FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, FORTITUDE LODGE #47 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky
Q F.&A.M.), q/o H. Elliott Netherton, La Grange. Founded 1824. Master,
} L. O. Crum, R. F. D., La Grange. Secretary, H. Elliott Netherton,
A La Grange, Telephone 125. Terms expired December, 1941.
  Membership: 150. Qualifications, adult males approved by membership.
“ Com ittees: None reported. i
T Purpose: Social and fraternal. i
  Normal Civic Activities: None reported. A
( Defense Activities: None reported. A
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A Local Publications: None. T
  FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, LA GRANGE LODGE #47 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky A
A F. & A. M.). Founded 1875. Master, James A. Hall, La Grange, Telephone
A 44. Secretary, H. Elliott Netherton, La Grange, Telephone 125. Terms
A expire December, 1942. 1
Membership: 150. Qualifications, citizen of the United States and ap- T
proved by membership. j
Committees: None reported. g
Purpose: Fraternal and charitable. Y
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E Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #47 (Continued)
gi Normal Civic Activities: Donates hall for use of Red Cross and
l supports homes for widows, orphans and aged persons.
A, Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
\‘ Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Recreation. Interested in.Auxi1iary
Police, Air Raid Warden Service, Library Service, Collecting Books,
Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Teaching Literacy Classes for
’ Aliens and Others.
l Local Publications: None.
ld LADIES AID SOCIETY, CH ISTIAN CHURCH, q/o Mrs. Joe L. Head, La Grange.
5 President, Mrs. E. M. Bland, Madison Street, La Grange, Telephone 85-M. _
3 Secretary, Mrs. Joe L. Head, La Grange. Terms expire October, 1942.
E Membership: GO. Qualifications, women interested in welfare of church
l and community. `
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§ Committees: Dining roam, Mrs. E. M. Bland, La Grange.
T Purpose: To support the church spiritually and financially.
  Normal Civic Activities: None reported. A
A Defense Activities: Training for Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
  Dressings, Preparation and Serving of Food. Interested in Motor
i Corps Service, Ambulance Service, Interviewing.
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é Local Publications: None. f
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Y LA GRANGE BOYS 4-H CLUB (State and National 4-H Clubs), c/0 Beach Craig-
1 myle, County Agent, La Grange. Founded 1914. President, Joe Freibert,‘
§ Crestwood. Secretary, Louis Withers, La Grange. Terms expire November,
N 1942. Leader, Beach Craigmyle, La Grange. Term indefinite.
Membership: 15. Qualifications, student of vocational agriculture I
in county high school. ` p
Committees: None. i
Purpose: To teach approved farming practices to farm boys.
Normal Civic Activities: Farm machinery survey; selling defense bonds T
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Q La Grange Boys 4-H Club (Continued)
é Defense Activities: Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other
p Metals, Entertainment, Recreation. Interested in Emergency Repair
Service, Collecting Books.
° Local Publications: None. ·
LA GRANGE COMMUNITY COUNCIL, c/o H. Elliott Netherton, La Grange.
p Founded l940. ‘President, Judge James Hall, La Grange, Telephone
57. Secretary, H. Elliott Netherton, La Grange, Telephone 125.
I Terms expireiSeptember, 1941. Executive Secretary, Mrs. Kathryn
. Brodbeck, La Grange. (
Membership: 14. Qualifications, open to citizens interested in .
civic affairs.
Committees: None reported. A
i Purpose: Civic welfare.
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with existing agencies, including
‘ Rotary Club, schools, Red Cross and WPA. ;
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Q Defense Activities: Engaged in Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Red {
l Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food. Inter- §
ested in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Entertainment, (
Recreation, Public Speaking, Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skills .
Needed in Defense.
Local Publications: None. 5
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LA GRANGE GIRLS 4-H CLUB (State and National 4-H Clubs),c/o Miss Lilah A
Hembree, County Home Demonstration Agent, La Grange. Founded 1914. I
| President, Verna May Keightley, La Grange, Telephone 55. Secretary,
( Iris Shannon, La Grange, Telephone 171-J. Terms expire September, 1942.
Q Adviser, Miss Lilah Hembree, La Grange. Term indefinite. (
A Membership: 50. Qualifications, girls between 10 and 21 years old. {
Committees: None reported.
Purpose: To teach girls approved practices in homomaking. A
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  Normal Civic Activities: Assisting in the sale of defense stamps and ,
1 bonds; salvage campaign; nutrition program.
it Defense Activities: None reported.
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g LA GRANGE LITERARY CLUB, c/o Miss Aldine Yancy, La Grange. Founded
E 1958. President, Miss Aldine Yancy, La Grange, Telephone 87-J.
Q Secretary, Miss Evelyn Vories, La Grange. Terms expire April, 1942.
JI Membership: 50. Qualifications, women interested in literature and
f its premetion.
l` Committees: Civic, Mrs. J. M. Hancock; Program, Mrs. Richard Adams,
I both of La Grange.
-6 Purpose: To participate in civic and literary activities. ‘
It Normal Civicgéetivities: Buy books for school library, donations to
j hospitals. I
Q _ Defense Activities: Interested in Hospital and Clinical Assistance,
I Library Service. ·
I Local Publications: None.
if LA GRANGE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION (State and National Congresses
of P.T.A.), c/o Mrs. Chester Theiss, La Grange. Founded 1920.
President, Mrs. Chester Theiss, La Grange, Telephone 176. Secretary,
Miss Lena Peak, La Grange. Terms expire May, 1945.
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Membership: 55. Qualifications, parent or teacher of child attending I
school. I
Committees: Band, Mrs. E. M. Bland, La Grange.
A Purpose: Cooperation between home and school in interests of child welfare. I
I Normal Civic Activities: School lunches for children. {
I Defense Activities: Interested in Child Care. I
Local Publications: None.
I OLDHAM COUNTY FARM BUREAU (State and National Farm Bureau Federations),‘ I
I q/o Beach Craigmyle, County Agent, La Grange. Founded 1920. President,
I H. D. Wheeler, La Grange, Telephone 5502. Secretary, Morris Head, La I
I Grange. Telephone 5715. Terms expire January, 1945. Advisor, Beach I
i` Craigmyle, County Agent, Telephone 160. Term indefinite. I
I Nbmbership: 156. Qualifications, must be engaged in agricultural
I pursuits in 0ldham.Ceunty• ,
;. Committees: None reported.
T Purpose: To promote the welfare and financial standing of Oldham
{1 County farmers. ‘
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g Oldham County Farm Bureau (Continued)
E Normal Civic Activities: Direction of REA in county and support of
Q agricultural extension progranu
g Defense Activities: Engaged in Entertainment, Recreation. Training
bi for Emergency Repair Service. Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air
pi Raid Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary
f Fire Protection, Salvage Demolition Service, Motor Corps Service,‘
is Red Cross Assistance, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals,
ig Discussion Leaders, Consumer Protection Activities.
S Local Publications: None. y
it OLDHAM COUNTY HOMEMAKERS CLUB (National Hememakers Association), q/0 _
pf Nnss Lilah Hembree, Courthouse, La Grange. Founded 1915. President,
g Mrs. F. G. Davis, Smithfield. Secretary, Mrs. Frank Heller, Pewee ~
L; Valley.’ Terms expire October, 1942. Executive Secretary, Miss Lilah I
j» Hembree, La Grange. Term expires July, 1943.
it Membership: 500. Qualifications, any woman interested in home problems. Y
is Committees: 4-H Club, Mrs. E. N. Oyler, Pewee Valley; Food, Mrs. E
P. Frank Heick; Clothing, Mrs. Elmer Leet; Recreation, Mrs. Raymond 1
V Wilborn, all of Prospect; Landscape, Mrs. Hays McMakin, La Grange; J
S) Citizenship, Mrs. Robert Warren, Pewee Valley. i
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Q Purpose: Assisting rural women in obtaining a fuller and more A
Q abundant life. _ =
Q Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with Red Cross, Farm Bureau, 2
g? F. F. A. and P.T.A. 1
ii Defense Activities: Engaged in First Aid, Preparation and Serving of l
T Food, Library Service, Public Speaking, Consumer Protection Activities. 3
A Local Publications: None.
ROTARY CLUB OF LA GRANGE (Rotary International), c/0 H. H. Hancock, {
l La Grange. Founded 1925. President, H. H. Hancock, La Grange, Q
Telephone 246. Secretary, J. W} Glaubor, La Grange, Telephone 55. i
‘ Terms expire July, 1943.
I Membership: 24. Qualifications, outstanding representatives of Q
_ various vocations. I
is Committees: Community Service, William McMakin; Boys' Work, Rev. ‘
i George`W. Redding; Youth Service, J. Ballard Clark, all of La Grange. .
it Purpose: Community service and fellowship for better understanding.
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§_ Rotary Club of La Grange (Continued)
§ Normal Civic Activities: Sponsoring Boy Scouts, campaign for funds for
a crippled children. Community welfare.
Q Defense Activities: Interested in Ambulance Service, Hospital and
E Clinical Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings,
§ Collecting Books, Public Speaking.
  Lccai rubiiceeicgz None.
E UNITED DAUCHKERS OF TH  CONFEDERACY, CONFEDERATE HCM  CHAPTER (U.D.C.,
ig Inc.), 118; Kennedy Court, Louisville. Founded 1904. President, Mrs. .
ii W. E. Duiguid, 118g Kennedy Court, Louisville, Telephone TA 7546. (
Q; Secretary, Mrs. E. B. Hardin, Pewee Valley, Telephone 6181. Terms
Q expire May, 1943. _
{§ Membership: 19. Qualifications, widows, wives, sisters, nieces and
és lineal descendants of Confederate soldiers.
i Committees: Defense Work, Mrs. W. E. Duiguid, 118% Kennedy Court,
` 5 Louisville; Confederate Home Chapter, Mrs. O. C. Kelsall, 4029 r
Q Nerbourne Boulevard, Louisville.
jr Purpose: Benevolent, historical, social, educational, and relief work. J
Q Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with Red Cross and Service Club, {
  entertainment at Fort Knox.  
ng Defense Activities: Engaged in Motor Corps Service, Sewing and Prepa- l
Qi ration of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Collection of Scrap 1
5 Metals and Other Metals, Entertainment, Recreation, Library Service, }
Q Collecting Books, Public Speaking, Typing and Clerical Assistance, {
Yi Interviewing. Interested in Ambulance Service. 1
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Q, Local Publications: None. 5
fi UNITED DAUGHTERS CF THE CONFEDERACY, REGINALD H. THOM SON CHAPTERS
i (U. D. C., Inc.) Founded 1903. President, Mrs. Parker D. Taylor, La i
{ Grange, Telephone 19. Term expired May, 1942. y
t_ Membership: 15. Qualifications, widows, wives, sisters, nieces, I
I great-nieces and lineal descendants of Confederate soldiers. Q
J Committees: Historian, Mrs. Henry Kemper, Pleasurevilleg Publicity, Q
Q Mrs. Stuart Clark, La Grange. I
T Purpose: Caro of widows of Confederate soldiers. j
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E Normal Civic Activities: None. A
E Defense Activities: Interested in Research Assistance.
Eg Local Publications: None.
’§ WOMEN*S SOCIETY FOR CH ISTIAN SERVICE, METHODIST CHURCH (National
j Board of Missions, Methodist Church). Founded 1885. President, Mrs. F. V
Q G. Davis, Smithfield, Telephone 2505. Secretary, Mrs. Robert M. Smith, 1
E La Grange. Executive Secretary, Miss Christine Goldsborough, La A
f Grange, Telephone 178. Terms expire January, 1943. ‘
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f Membership: 55. Qualifications, women members of Methodist Church.
% Committees: Social Service, Mrs. Stephen Wehrle; Supplies, Mrs. Will ,
§‘ Prewitt; Mission Study, Mrs. J. R. Whealdon; Publicity, Mrs. John J. ¤
¥ Wittwer; Superintendent of Young People, Mrs. J. R. Whealdon, all of
g La Grange. ’
S Purpose: Christian service. 1
Q Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with Red Cross and Parent—Teacher §
§ Association. l
i Defense Activities: Engaged in Library Service, Collecting Books. ` A
{ Interested in Red Cross Assistance, Preparation and Serving of Food, W
Q Operation of Canteens. i
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g Air Raid Warden Service
i Ambulance Service
is Auxiliary Fire Protection
Q Auxiliary Police
§; Child Care
iQ Civilian Aircraft Warning Service
S Collecting Books V
§ Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals
Q Consumer Protection Activities ;
g Discussion Leaders
Q Drafting
‘j Emergency Repair Service .
Q Entertainment
{ Family Social Service in Industrial Areas
f First Aid ,
{ Hospital and Clinical Assistance
F Interpreting
Q Interviewing  
{ Library Service y
F Motor Corps Service l
E Operation of Canteens I
Y Preparation and Serving of Food
i Public Speaking 1
S Radio Operation and Repair §
Q Recreation '
S Red Cross Assistance A
P Research Assistance A
§€ Salvage Demolition Service J
1 Semdng and Preparation of Surgical Dressings {
Q Signal Service
Q Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others K
 ·~ Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skills Needed in Defense Industries *
§ Teaching Classes of Map Reading and Sketching
Q Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others S
E Teaching Spanish and Portuguese J
Q Typing and Other Clerical Assistance {
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li I ALPHABET ICAL INDEX
   
4 Q American Legion, Oldham County Pest, #59, 1
Q American Legion Auxiliary, Oldham County Unit #59, 1
Q American Red Cross, Oldham County Chapter, 1
Q Free and Accepted Masons, Fortitude Lodge #47, 2
Q Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #47, 2
E Ladies Aid Society, Christian Church, 5
I La Grange Boys 4-H Club, 3 ‘ i
Q La Grange Com unity Council, 4 1
Q La Grange Girls 4-H Club, 4 °
{ La Grange Literary Club, 5 ‘
j La Grange Parcnt—Teaeher Association, 5 T
i Oldham County Farm Bureau, 5 Q
ig Oldham County Homemakers Club, 6 i
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§ Rotary Club of La Grange, 6 ’
3 United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate Home Chapter, 7 i
i United Daughters of the Confederacy, Reginald H. Thompson Chapter, 7 j
_? Women's Society for Christian Service, Methodist Church, 8 ;
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V INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS BY TYPE OF
· DEFENSE ACTIVITY, TRAINING OR INTEREST
Explanation of Symbols: A- "Engaged In", B- "Training For", C-
"Interested In".
Numbers following A, B, or C, indicate page entry in Directory.
Q AIR RAID WARDEN SERVICE .
l Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #47, C-2, Oldham 5
County Farm Bureau, C-5.
g AMBULANCE SERVICE Q
  Ladies‘Aid Society, Christian Church, C-3, Rotary Club of La  
 _ Grange, C-6, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate ¥
  Home Chapter, C—7• ;
  AUXILIARY FIRE PROTECTION  
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 ` Oldham County Farm Bureau, C-5. 1
  AUXILIARY POLICE  
1 Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #-47, C-2, Oldham  
 _ County Farm Bureau, C-5.  
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`CHILD CARE g
La Grange Pareni£‘.Teacher-Association, C-5•
I CIVILIAN AIRCRAFT WARNING SERVICE  
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hi Oldham County Farm Bureau, C-5.  
J COLLECT ING BOOKS  
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_; Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #;9l7, C—2, La Grange 1
1 Boys 4-H Club, C-3, Rotary Club of La Grange, C—6, United Daughters i
of the Confederacy, Confederate Home Chapter, A-7, Women's Society
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COLLECTION OF SCRAP METALS AND OTH R METALS
American Red Cross, Oldham County Chapter, C-1, La Grange Boys
44H Club, A53, La Grange Community Council, C-4, Oldham County
I Farm Bureau, C-5, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate
_ Home Chapter, A-7•
CONSUMER PROTECTION ACTIVITIES
T Oldham County Farm Bureau, C-5, Oldham County Homemakors Club, C—6• -
é DISCUSSION LEADERS 2
A Oldham County Farm Bureau, 0-5.
, EMERGENCY REPAIR SERVICE Y
T. La Grange Boys 4-H Club, C-5, Oldham County Farm Bureau, B-5. i
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Q La Grange Community Council, C-4, Oldham County Farm Bureau, A-5, )
E United Daughters of the Confederacy,Confederate Home Chapter, A-7. I
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American Red Cross, Oldham County Chapter, C-1, La Grange Com- W
munity Council, A-4, Oldham County Homemakers Club, A-6. I
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5 La Grange Community Council, A-4, La Grange Literary Club, C-5,
f Rotary Club of La Grange, C-6•
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, Ladies Aid Society, Christian Church, C-3, United Daughters of i
3 the Confederacy, Confederate Home Chapter, A-7. j
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J La Grange Literary Club, C-5, Oldham County Homemakers Club, A-6, i
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate Home Chapter, A-7, I
’ Women's Society for Christian Service, Methodist Church, A—8.
 

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Ladies Aid Society, Christian Church, C53, Oldham County Farm
Bureau, C—5, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate
Homo Chapter, C—7• `
OPERATION OF CANTEENS A
Women's Society for Christian Service, Methodist Church, C-8.
PREPARATION AND SERVING OF FOOD Y
‘ Ladies Aid Society, Christian Church, B-3, La Grange Com unity I
Council, A—4, Oldham County Homemakers Club, A-6, Women's So- I
ciety for Christian Service, Methodist Church, C·8•
PUBLIC SPEAKING I
Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #47, C-2, La Grange I
Community Council, C-4, Oldham County Homemakers Club, A-6, 1
Rotary Club of La Grange, C—6, United Daughters of the Con- i
federacy, Confederate Home Chapter, A—7• I
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RECREATION I
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Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #47, A-2, La Grange I
Community Council, 0-4, Oldham County Farm Bureau, A-5, United {
Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate Home Chapter, A-7• I
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RED CTOSS ASSISTANCE I
Amalican Legion Auxiliary, Oldham County Unit #39, A—1, American |
Red Cross, Oldham County Chapter, A-l, Free and Accepted Masons,
La Grange Lodge #47, A—2, La GrangeCommunity Council, A·4,
Oldham County Farm Bureau, C-5, United Daughters of the Confederacy,
Confederate Home Chapter, A-7, Women's Society for Christian Ser-
vice, Methodist Church, C—8. I
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RESEARCH ASSISTANCE 4
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Reginald H. Thompson Chapter, I
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SALVAGE DEMOL IT ION SERVICE  
Oldham County Farm Bureau, C—5 _
SEWING AND PREPARATION OF SURGICAL DRESSINGS ` .
American Legion Auxiliary, Oldham County Unit #59, A-1, American
Red Cross, Oldham CountyiChapter, A-1, Free and Accepted Masons,
La Grange Ledge #47, A-2, Ladies Aid Society, Christian Church,
B-5, Rotary Club of La Grange, C—6, United Daughters of the A
Confederacy, Confederate Home Chapter, A-7• 3
TEACHING CLASSES IN IECHANICAL SKILLS NEEDED IN DEFENSE INDUSTRIES  
La Grange Community Council, C—4•
TEACHING LITERACY CLASSES FOR ALIENS AND OTHERS  
Free and Accepted Masons, La Grange Lodge #47, C-2.  
TYPING AND OTHER CLERICAL ASSISTANCE J
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