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    CIVILIAN ORGANIZATIONS A Y
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·g ` " AJZTTICAN LEGIONg·CARROLL COUNTY POST#%l (National Am€Ti0&¤ L€Ei0¤)» C&YYO1l*
Q toni Founded 1920. Commander, Richard Conway, Milton. Telephone 5203. Adjut-
Q ant, J. G. Williams, Carrollton. Telephone 146. Terms expired July, 1942.
§ Membership: 75. Open to World Nar 1 veterans with honorable discharge.
% Committees: None reported.
li Purpose: To foster and perpetuate Americansim.
`E Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with community and charity organisations.
? Defense Activities: Tnterested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden Service,
gi Civilian Airerart Warning Service, Ambulance Service, Signal Services, Motor
Q Corps ervice. A H
E Local Publications: None. ‘ ·
{ AHERlCAN`RED CROSS CARROLL COUNTY CH PTER American National Red Cross Hill
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Suilding, Carrollton._Founded l9l5. Chairman, P. E. Cartmell, Carrollton.
ieleohone 197-89. Secretary, Mrs. F. G. Hill, Carrollton. Telephone 40. Terms
A expire July, 1945. ’ 4 - _
fi Membership: 800. Qualifications, annual contributors of one dollar or over. ,
L Staff Members: Vico—Chairman, C. S. Standy; Tmergency, H. R. Lorch; Charity,
TQ Rev. E. T. Perry; Health, J. V. Driskell; Junior Lcd Cross, R. D. Cartnell;
gé Production, Grace Cook; Treasurer, J. L. Donaldson; Nutrition, Katherine
jp Russell; Home Nursing, Mrs. O. D. Mathews; Lone Service, J. Earl Whitehead;
ti Thr Fund, Clyde Watts; Volunteer Special Scrvice, R. L. Booth, all of Carroll-
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?§ Purpose: Emergency relief in time of_disastet. _
'E Normal Civic Activities; Production of garmerts for war refugees, First Lid.
*§ Water Safety. Aid to indigent families.
tg Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Prcpireticn of Surgical Dressings,
.@_ Nutrition Work, First—Aidt_Collection of Scrap Lctals and Other Petals, Dis-
lg cussion Leaders, Intcrvieviné. Consumer Protection Activities. Training for
Q§ Dirst Aid, Interested in Motor Corps Service, Lmbulanct Service, Hospital
Q _and Clinical Assistance, Home Nursing. ·
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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, CLRROLLTON TROOP¤#25 (Boy Scouts of America, National Q
Council), c/h Rev. Homer Moore, Carrollton. Founded 1930. Scoutmaster, Will- <
iam Stapleton, Carrollton. Council Secretary, C. S. Tandy, Carrollton. Tel-
ephone 65. Terms expired July, 1942.. ’ ‘ . _
Membership: 19. Open to boys 12 to 18 years of age able to pass Scout Test
and requiremcnts._ - ._ - °
Committees: None reported.
Purpose; Character building and citizenship training. · ~
Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating with\Auxi1iary Police and School Boy I ~~
Patro1..lids ln collepting and assembling toys for needy children. .
Defense Lctivities: ~Engagod in First Aid, Signal Services. Interested in .
S Auxiliary Police. Civilian aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protec- ;
tion, Collection of Scrap Lctals and Other Metals, Collecting Books.
Local Tuhlicaticns; None. Q
CARROLL COUNTY FhRn BUREAU (American Farm Bureau Federation, Kentucky rarm ;%
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Bureau F aeration), Carrollton, Founded 1920. President, C. R. Bishop, Carr- g
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ollton. Iclephone 274. Secretary, n. 1. Butts, Eagle Station, Cairoll County. ;;
Tclephcnz 2405. Terms expire January, 1943. li
Membership; 160. Open to any farmer interested in the advancement and welfare §
of agric.Jture. - ; Q
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Purpose: Mooperative farmingpactivitics. j
Normal Clric Activities: Cooyerative nrosran €·r the benefit of farm people. Y
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Dcfens. netivitics: Interested in Motor Corps Service, hed Cross Lssistancc. j
Local fublications: Fore. L
CLRPOL? COUNTY 4-H CLUB (State and National 4»H Clubs), c/o Kiss Katherine .
Russell, Tome Demonstration Agent, Carrollton, Founded 1917. President, T
Buddy Lilcy, Ghent. Secretary, Kiss Katherine Russell. Tclcphnne 42. Terms ,
expire November, 1942. Assistant County Lgent, Reginald Prather, Carrollton-. Q
Term expires Fovember, 1942. s
lembership: BOO. Open to boys and girls engaged in agricultural pursuits. Q
Committees: None. ;§
Purppsc; Better educated youth in farming and home economics. %§
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E l Normal Civic Activities: None. ' . _
* .% Defense Activities: Training for Preparation and Serving of Food, Interest-
Q ed in Sewing and Preparation of Snrgical Dressings. ”
f Local Publications: None.
— ~ § CARROLL COUETY HOMFMnFER'S*CLUB‘(Kentucky’Homemaker's Clubs; Extension Ser-
; vice C? University of Kentucky), Carrollton. Founded 1957. President, Miss
—·- E Anna V; Parker, Sarders. Telephone Ghent 55-J. Secretary, Mrs. Forest Black-
:§ burn, Carrollton. Telephone 6002. Terms expire November, lQ42. Secretary,
@4 kiss Vuther’no Russell H. D. A. Carrollton. Tern indefinite.
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Q{ Menbershir: 156. Qnilifitations, any woman interested in the problems of
Q home ecrnomics.
E Conmitteos: Live at Home Miss Katherine Russell ‘Carrollton. T
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Q_ Purpose: To extend to home makers an opportunity to faniliarizc themselves
‘ with honemaking problems unfer trained Leadership.
— Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with led Cross and Surplus Commodities
*, Corporation.
t Defense nctivities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings,
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g‘ Jed-C;oss lssistance, Library Uervicc. Training 1or rrcpniatlon and Serving
Q of Food. Interested in Recreation, Collecting Books.
n Local Publications: None. » ·
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it CARROLL COUFTY UTOPIA CLUB (Kentucky Utopia 3lub),»c/o Mary Uriskcll, $brtr—_
ji ville. Fotnicd lQ57. President, Samuel Tandy, Carrollton. Telephone 202.
g Secretary, Harv Driskell. Wortnville. Tolepbono ik. Terms indefinite.
5 Membership: ZC, Open to either sex l7 to BC vears of ago.
iQ Cmmnittoosa None. ` ' I T U
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i Furposo: Study of farming and none econonics. Rocrou ·c.- ion. M
$ Formal Civic lctivitios: None. , W, _
·§ Defense nctivitios; Interested in Recreation, Collzcting Books.
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CLRPOLLTON PLRQIT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION (State and National Congresses, P. T. A.), ‘
Q/P Mrs. Fred Miller, Fifth Street, Carrollton; Founded 1920. President,
hrs. Fred Miller. Secretary, Mrs. Jesse Carrico, Sixth Street, Carrollton. ·
Terms expire Mav 1945 "
Membership: 76. Open to teachers, parents and others individuals interested
in child idzlfarc. · ‘ “
Committees: Health, Mrs. Edna Mattick, Highland Avenue; Social Service, Jean
eStrin~fe1low, Main Street; Publiciti, Mrs. Harre Lorch, Ninth Street; all of I `
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. Carrollton. i , C '
Purpose: To promote welfare of children in home and schoel and to raise stand- l
ard of home life. To bring home and school into closer relations. »
, Normal Civic Activities: Seeing that children are adequately clothed and no- _
urished; maintenance ot school matron; First nid education.
Defense Activities: Engaged in First Lid, Preparation and Serving of Food, Q
Interested in hed Cross Assistance, Child Crae, Collection of Scrap Metals g
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Local Publications; None. V S 1 l- Q
_CnRROLLTON ZOMnN'S CLUB (Kentucky Federation of Wbmen’s Clubs; General Fed- l
eration of Wemon's Clubs), c/o.¢rs. J; Lyter Donaldson, Carrollton; Founded ,
1914. President, hrs. J. Lyter Donaldson. Telephone 139. Secretary, Miss 1
Fredcrika Ccicr, Carrollton. Telephone lil. Terms expire 1942.
Membership: GO. Qualifications representative women by invitation and elect-
ion. , . p
Committees: Book Club, Mrs. G. P. Iatthows;_vsrden Club, Mrs. Ernest Lewellyn,
both of_Carrollten. Provram, Miss Ella Lam>ton Milton.
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Purpose; Tnited effort for community improvement.
Normal Civic Lctivitics; Cooperating with P. T. Q. and in public education.
Defense Activities: Engaged in·Red Cross Assistance, Public Speaking. Inter- V
ostcd in Collecting Books.
Local Publications; Year Book. . ‘
CF;HDER OP COMMERCE CF CgRRCLLTON c o Claude Ranev Carrollton. Founded 1953. l
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President, Preston Mullen, Cirrollton. Telephone 109. Secretary, Claude Rancy. 3
*el;phonc ECG & 257. Terms expire September, 194b. Q
Membership: BO. Qualifications, by invitation and election. Business men with Q
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  Committees: Community Improvement, N. E. Bcglon,   Jr. Krumpelmcn, J.  
  1*iilQl_isms,·cll,of Carrollton. _ c V _.
rl Purpose: Civic improvement. V
~ Iormsl Civic Lctivities: Cooperctes with all defense drives.
E ; Defense ictivities: ’Engugcd in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals.
if , 2 Interested in Red Cross.Kssistcnce, Typing·nnd Other Clerical Assistance.
Q Local Publications: None. l
i LADIES LID SOClETY, CARROLLTCE CHRZSTILH CHURCH, c/o Mrs. C. T. Smithers,
r Fifth Street, Carrollton. Founded 1898. fresident, Hrs. C. T. Smithers.
3 Secretary, Mrs. hillinm Thurp, Carrollton. Vice-President, Mrs. Alon Don-
Q aldson. Terms oxrire November, l9é5. ‘
t hembership; 40. Open to women members of Christian.church.
{ Cmmsitteesz None; -2 _ V ` _ `, .
Q Purpose: Fromotion of church activities. ‘
t Normal Civic Activities: Charitable vork; mukcs contributions to.Christiun
t Normal lnstitutc in Carter County.
l Defense nctitities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested in Sewing
¥ and rrepsration of Surgical Dressings, Collecting Books.` ’
t Local Fublicutions:. None. ' l
`t ROTQRY CLYB CF CARROLLTOH (Hotury International), c/o Gus C. Grsbmycr, High-
Q · lend Avenue, Cirrollton. Founded l926. President, Gus C. Grubwyor. Telephone
? 72. Secretary, Paul E. Williams, Fifth Street, Corrollton. Telephone 2l5.
§ Terms expire 1942.
t lhnbership: BO. Open to business and professional men by invitation and
Q election. C 4 v ‘
`Z Committees: lntornetionul Service, J. Lyter Donulcson, Carrollton.
E Purpose: To promote high ethical standards in business, application of the
E ideoluof service in business life and the ndvsncewent of international under» t
  s t cmd i ny; . .
t Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating with Boy Scout organization, civic and
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Defense Activities; Interested in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Collection of I
Scrap Lctals and Other Mctals, Collecting Books, Discussion Leaders.
' Local Publications: None. L
* 1HITE'S RUP B;PTI3T"CHCRCH nSSOCInTIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIOE (Southern
Baptist Convention), c/o J. T. Donnelly, Warsaw. Founded 1922. President, J.
I I F. Donnelly. Secretary, Hrs. L. P. Stampcr, R. R., Sanders. Terms expire
‘Deccmbcr, lQ&2. _ · ·
Membership: l5OC. Open to members of local Baptist Sunday Schools. _
` Cmmnitteos: None reported. I
Purpose: To stimulate interest and efficiency in Sunday School work.
Normal Civic Lctivitios: None. L
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Collection of Scrap 3
Metals and Other Metals, Collecting Books. Interested in nir Raid Nerden Q
Scrxicc, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Qssistanco. Q
Local Publications: None. j
VKHLfWC MISSIONLRY SOCIETY, CnPHOLLIOM BLPTIST CHUPCH (Kentucky domen’s Miss— _
ionary Union}, c/c Mrs. TL E. Ford, Carrollton. President, Hrs. ML E. Ford. r
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olcphon, l9e. secretary, Mrs. T. M. Minisn, Gcrrollton. Telephone l80. Terms T
expiry D ccnbcr, 1942. I J
Membership; FO. Open to women ucmbcrs of Baptist Church. “
Committees; Personal Service, Hrs. P. H. Willians, Carrollton; Hissicn Study,
to be ncwud. .
Purpcsc: To advrncc the cause of missions at homo and abroad.
Pormul C;vic Activitizsz Furnishing food and clothing to indigent families;
makinq donxtions to missions. · V
Defense Activities: Lnj god in Soving and Prcparaticn of Surgical Dressings. {
Interest d in.Ambulsnce Service, Zod`Cross nssist noe, Child C&Tc, Collect-
ion of Scr p Kctals and Oth ·.*. r Nctals, Collecting Docks. `
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E Harris, 611 Sycamore Street, Carrollton. Founded l937. President, Irs. Clevia
I Harris. Secretary, Yrs. Jessie Prince, Eighth Street, Carrollton. Tomas ex-
- piro December, 1942.
J Icmbership: 12x` Open to women members of Second Baptist Church.
o Committees: Done. ‘ ·
Q Purpose; Support missionary vork and other activities of the church.
Q Herbal Civic Activities: Bone. an l
f Dcfonwc Activities: lnterosted in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Drcssé
cg ings, Ted Cross Assistance, Collecting Books.
F Local Publications: None. . J
Q ZIELJVS MISQIOULRY UNION OF NHITE'S HUEALSSCCIMTION (honcn's Hissionary Union ~
{ of Sowthern Baptist Convention), c/o Hrs. W. 5. Johnson, ferthville. Founded
3 1912. Presilent, Irs. Y2 S. Johnson, Toltphcne 5511. Secretary, Yrs. till
3 Gentry, Uerthvillc. Terms expire December, 1942.
ig Mcmtership: 160. Qualifications, women interested in organizational work in
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C Purpopes Study of the Bible from a missionary standpoint ind fvrthering miss-
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l ings, Led Cross assistance, Yrcpaiatlon all earring of ro,d, Chile 9 rc, tell
§ cction of Scrap Metals and Lthcr fetals, Collecting Books.
°V Local Publications: None.
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American Red Cross, Carroll County Chapter, A-l; Boy Scouts of America,
W Carrollton Troop #25, Ce2; Carrollton Parent-Teacher Association,fC—4;
· Chamber*of Cm merce of Carrollton, AFA; Rotary Club of Carrollton, C-5;
White’s Run Baptist_Associational Sunday School Convention, A-6; Woman’$
Missionary Society, Carrollton Baptist Church, C-6; Woman's Missionary
Union of White*s Run Association, C—7.
2 CCNSIDWR PROTECTION ACTIVITIES
American Red Cross, Carroll County Chapter, A-l; Carrollton Parent-Teacher
Association, C—4r ·
DISCUSSICT LEADERS ,
I A American Ped Cross, Carroll County Chapter, AQI; Carrollton Parent-Teacher
Association, C~4; Rotary Club of Carrollton, C-5.
FIRST AID _ I I - ’ r ' h _
American Red Cross, Carroll County Chapter, A-l, B-l; Boy Scouts of Amer~ i
ica, Carrollton Troop {25, APE; Carrollton Parent—Teacher Association, A~4.
HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL ASSISTANCE ` A
American Med Cross, Carroll County Chapter, C—l.
INTERVTFE SIINC
American Led Cross, Carroll County Chapter, A-l.
LIBRARY SERVICE
Carroll County Homemakers Club, A-5.
MOTOR CORPS SERVICE r
American Legion, Carroll County Post #4l, C-l; American Red Cross, Carroll
County Chapter, C-l; Carroll County Farm Bureau, C-2.
. PREPARATICN LRD SERVING CF FCCD E A ¤
Carroll County 4*H Club, B—2; Carroll County Homemakers Club, A—5, B-5;
Carrollton Parent—Teacher Association, A-4, C—4; Woman's Missionary Union
of Ehite's Run Association, C-7; Uoman's.Society for Christian Service, C—7. A

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Carrollton Woman's Club, A-4.
TECEEATION
Carroll County Homemakers Club, C-3; Carroll County Utopia Club, C—5.
PED C4CSE ASSISTLECE
T Car;©lI Ccuntv Term Buresu C-2· Carrollton Perent—Teucher Association
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· I L -V·-‘ é, Currollton Womun's Club A—4; Chamber of Commerce of Carrollton C-4;
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Loiies Aid Society, Carrollton Presbyterian Church,’A-5} Ehite*s Run
Baptist lssooiitionsl Sunday School Convention, A-6, C-6; Womun's Kiss-
ionary Society, Carrollton Baptist Church, C-6; Eomsn's Missionary
Society, Second Baptist Church, Colored, C—7; Uomsn’s Missionary Union
BF of lhitels Qur gssocistion C-7- Womsn’s Sooieti for Christian Service
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SEWING LED PREPARATION CF SURGIC;L DRESSINGS
S Lmaricen Red Cross, Carroll County Chapter, L-I; Carroll County %—H Club,
» ` C-2; Carroll County Homemukers Club, A-B; Ladies Aid Society, Carrollton
Presbyterian Church, C—5; White's Run Baptist nssocistionol Sunday School'
. Convention, C—6;`Wmnun's Hissionury Society, Currollton Bnptist‘Church,
L—o; Homun's Missionary Society, Second Baptist Church, Colored, C-7;
¥om;n's Missionary Union of Ehite's Run Association, C-7; Womun’s Society
` for Christian Service, C—7.
SIGNAL SERVICES 4
American Legion, Carroll County Post j£l, C-lg Boy Scouts of America,
Carrollton Troop #25, A-2.
TYPINQ AID OTHER CLERICpL ;SSIST4NCE _
Chmmber of Commerce of Carrollton, C-4.
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