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Q The Montgomery County Defense Council is Affiliated
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flv § Frankfort, Kentucky
i? Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
n. Chairman
;> John J. Greenleaf, State Director of
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY DEFEISE COUFCIL
. Mt. Sterling
John Williamson
Chairmen
° This guide is prepared for the official use
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Q AJERICAF LEGION, NOHTGOMERY POST¤#22 (National American Legion), C/c Leonard
,@ VPayne, Mt. Sterling. Founded 1919. Commander, Stewart Sharp, Ht. Sterling.
gi Adjutant, Leonard Payne, Terms expired August, 1942.
Q Membership: 105. Open to veterans of Tbrld Ter l, having an honorable dis-
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§ Camnittees: Child lelfare, James Igo, Mt. Sterling. _ ` .
Q Purpose: To perpetuate valor of Corld War 1, veterans. Promote betterment
Q of social and civic welfare. ` ` `“"‘
Q ,Formal Civic Activities: .Cooperates with P. T. A. in helping underprivileg-
i ed ehildren and school lunches.d — . . _
F Defense Activities: En a.ed in Familf Social Service in Industrial Areas
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Cnild Care. Interested in Emereencv Keeair Service Child Care Teachinr
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I, Americanization~Classes‘for Aliens and Others.
g ' ·Local Publications; None. ¥— ; “ . · - , · . ·
ff AJERICAU LEGIOI, XORTOY JUDY POST f222 (National American Legion), c/0
Qi Charlie Overstreet, Mt. Sterling. Founded 1940. Commander, Edward Jones,
g Sharpsburg. Secretary, Charlie Overstreet. Terms expired July, 1942.
Q» Kembership: 36. Open to veterans of Tbrld Ter 1. I . " I , A
S Purpose: Patriotic charitable and civic welfare. .:
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{ formal Civic Activities; Community service, Americanism rehabilitation.
it Defense Activities; Engaged in Collection of.Scrap Metals and Other ictals,
Q Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air naid Yhrdcn Service, Civilian Aircraft
Q? Tbrning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Emergency Repair Service, lcd
E Cross Assistance. ‘ ‘ ’
Q Local Publications: Tone. , C . . ‘
T 4JCIICAD LEGIOT AUXILIARY, HONTGOMLIY UHTT=#22 (National American Legion
P Auxiliary), c/o Hrs. Nelson Tkrd, Kt. Sterling. Founded l955._Presidcnt,
{ Hrs. Nelson Tbrd, Telephone 550. Secretary, Irs. Ben Scott, It. Sterling.
S Telephone 225. Terms expired July, 1942.
‘ Membership; 51. Qpen to wives of members of the Kontgomrry Unit or the
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American Legion Auxiliary, Montgomery Unit f22 (Continued)
Committees: None reported. l i` "‘“
Pur cse; To assist the American Lerion promote better citizenship and Amer-
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icanism. 4 ’ 1 _· _
Normal Civic Activities: Aid to Red Cross, assistance to underprivileged yi
children. · . A -. , ‘
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, f
First Aid, Child Care. Interested in Entertainment, Recreation, Collecting _
Books. ' ’ , ·· ·
Local Publications: None. ( ‘: `'“° ‘ 1 . .,,
AJERICAN RED CROSS, VONTGOLERY CHAPTER (American Iational Red Cross),_c/b_ A
Duke YL Young, Mt. Sterling. Founded 1915. Chairman, Duke U} Young.-Tel—, *
ephones 122 or SCG. Secretary, hrs. G. B. Senff, Mt.Sterling. Telephone
507-J. Terms expired December, 1941. ' _ A = » T V, ‘
Membership; BOO. Open to anyone paying annually one dollar or more. Q
Cmmnittees: Disaster, S. C. Sharp; Sewing, Hrs. Roy Hill, both of Kt. Sterl— 2
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Purpose: To provide aid.and relief in the event—of disaster and furnishwel- Q
Taro service. · " , i A . . A_ ‘
Normal Civic Activities; Instruction in First Aid, Safety, Nutrition, Eurses
Aides, Sewing and Knitting. ; -
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation,of:Surgical Dressings, 1
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Fed Cross Assistance, First Aid, Child Care, Collection of Scrap netals and _
Other Metals. ‘i ` ·- T 4, · , S
Local Publications; None. A _ . A . A
BOY SCOUTS OF AFEFICA, IT LTYRLITC TTOOPy#55 (Boy Scouts of America, National i
Council) Bluegrass Council, Lexington), Patrol Room, Christian Church, Main i
A Street, Nt. Sterling. Founded 1955. Scout Master, Charles Pieratt, Ht. Sterl-
ing. Telephone 754-J. Term indefinite. Assistant Scout Easter, Henkin Hern-
- don, Nt. Sterling. ~ .
Membership: Ed. Cpen to boys 12 years and over, able to pass Scout test and
requirements. ‘ · . ‘ Q
Committpes: Local Honor Court, Boyd 1cCarty, Kt. Sterling., g
Purpose: Training boys in eharactzr and good eitiz2nship.- . ` ~. M, i
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g Boy Scouts of America, Mt. Sterling Troop;#53 (Continued)
i NormaL_Civic Activities: Civic service, first aid in all forms or rescue
i Defense Activities: Engaged in First nid, Collection of Scrap Metals.and V·
é Other Metals, Interested in Family Social Service in Industrial Areas.
Q Local Publications; None. V _
Q DQUCHTJRS OF THE QMEQICQH PEVOLUTIOE, COLOHEL NICHOL;S CH;PTER (National` ’
Q Society D. R. n.), c/b Mrs. Duke Young, Mt. Sterling. Founded 1925. Vice-
3 Regent, Hrs. H. H, Barnes, It. Sterling. Secretray, Mrs.;Inez_Day. Kt;_ , ~ V
 5 Sterling;.   expire igiay, 19/15. , · ' ·
Q Merhershipi·:56. Open to female lineal doscendent of one who aided the cause .»
e of the American Revolution.
P; Committees: ,Registar, Hrs. Robert Judy; Publicity, hrs. Hunt Priest; App-
; roved Schools, Miss Carolyn Bourne; nrchives and Relics, Hrs. Lillie Ray
Vi Ratliff·'Girl Homemakcrs and Americanism Mrs. Fred nmmerson, all of lt. , ,
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Q Purpose: To perpetuate the memory and spirit of the non and women who . ..
Q achieved American Independence, A V T _ " "‘ .
i· Normal Civic nctivities; Patriotic education, Red Cross assistance, Sponsors
§ Constitution and Flag Day. _ A_;, W _1.
fi Defense Activitiesr Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings.
Q Interested in Led Cross issistance, Discussion Leaders. Contribution ‘to
F Lountain Schools. Buying Bonds. Gave §25.00 to buy Plasma, donated money to
;* EBjs Island and all worthy local causes. . - , *
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S Local Publications; Year Book. _
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5 GIRL RESERVES OF KT. STZRLIHG HIGH SCHOOL (Tational Y. "L C. A.), c/o Diss
Q Elizabeth Coleman, Mt. Sterling Pigh School.Founded 1924. President, Miss _
Z Josephine McFadden, Pbst'Hain Street, Mt. Sterling. Tzlephono 750. Secretary,
E Liss ;.l Kartha Lnn‘Tre0dway, Thst Main Street, It. Sterling. Telephone 782.
.é Terms oxpir May, 1945. Executive Secretary, Kiss Elizabeth Coleman. Term
Q indefinite.
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¥ Lembership; 85. Open to Senior High School Girls. "'
ft Cmmnittoes: Service, Laura Shoemaker, It. Sterling.
{ Purpose: Character building and citizenship training.
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Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with Red Cross, Tuberculosis and Crippled
UHi[dren*s Drives. Cares for children during P. T. A. meetings. n
Defense Activities: Engaged in Child Care. Interested in Sewing and Prep-
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aration of Surgical Dressings, First Aid, Family»S¤cial.Servace~in·Industrial
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Local Publications; None. ` 1 ·t - —-r·
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD_FELLCWS,·UATSON LODGE #62 (National Independent
‘ Order of Odd Fellows), c/b lk G. Howard, Mt.`SterlinQ. Founded 1846. Noble
Grand, J. H. Hoskins, Kt. Sterling. Secretary, L. G. Howard. Terms expire
June, 19dG. A ` h .
V Membership: IOO. Qualifications, good health, reputation. Proposed and passed
by vote of members. O VU
Committees: None reported. ‘ '_ ` I ··;· ~
Purpose; Fraternal and charitable, mainteance of orphans`home, also indigent
home. J V
Normal Civic Activities: Take care of sickness and burial of members of the .
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V Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air-Raid·Earden~Service,
Civilian Aircraft Earning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Red Cross
Assistance, Consumer Protection Activities. I
Local Publications; None. S ' V ” ( Q ·i—» ~; ~_~-
JUNIOT ‘OIEL'S I`;` CLUB OF NT. bIE?LI?E, (National Federation of Uomen’s Clubs),
c/o Mrs. Carl Boyd, Nt. Sterling. Founded 1914. President, Miss Anna Marion
Drake, Winn Street, Kt. Sterling. Secretary, Mrs. Carl Boyd. Terms expired
1942. _ ,
Membership: 55. Open to women over l8 and under BO years of age who are prep- ·
osed and voted upon by members;d ° ” A `
Cmmuittees: Program, Yrs. Ralph Green; Library, Hrs, Duke Young, both of Mt.
Ster[1ng. ' `
Purpose; Assisting with cultural and social community programs.—·--» · A
Normal Civic Activities; Contributes to Community Band, coooerates with- L
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nomen's Club in ChrisEwas program. gelps the underprivileged, AI I and C
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° Junior Woman’s Club of Ht. Sterling (Continued)
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested in Motor
Corps Service, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Family Social
Service in Industrial Areas, Library Service. Q N · ,..»- -·
Local Publications} Year Bodk.
LIONS CLUB OF MT. CTEHLING" Lions International c o K. D. Walden Mt Ster-
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ling. Founded 1958. President, A. L. Mitchell, ht. Sterling. Telephone 581.
, Secretary, VL D. Ymlden. Telephone 66. Terms expire July, 1943.
p Membership; 22.; Open to represontives of all business and professions.‘
Committees: Civic Improvement, Bedford Orme; Health and Uelfare,.P. K.
McKenna; Safety,jU..L. Gibson; Sight Conservation*and Blind, Tom Douglas; _ P .
Community Dettermcnt, Guy Wagner. V V' 2,L,.,...,;
, Purpose: Civic Service and recreation for the members. _ A i __ __ .~
Q Normal Civic Activities; Furnish equipment to the blind, aid to the indigent.,
F Also cooperates with other civic clubs in community betterment.
i Defense Activities: Engaged in First lid, Child Care, Collection of Scrap
* Metals and Other Metals. _Intercsted in Hospital and Clinical Assistance,
* Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Consumer Protection Activities., » 4
Local Publications; None. L ‘ , -
·. MONTGOEERY COUNTY COUNCIL P. T. A. (Kentucky and National Congresses pf P. ·
T. A.), c/o County Court Room, Court House, Ht. Sterling. Founded l958.
President, Hrs. T. W. Fitzpatrick, Pegg Pike, Mt. Sterling. Secretary, Lis.
Oscar Sword, Levee. Terms expire Hay, 1945. . 1 _
, Membership: 250. Open to parents or teachers of child attending school.. ‘
I Purposegt Cooperation between home and school for improvement of child Ybl-l ,.,
fare. _ c
_ Normal Civic Activities: Cooperation with Lions Club in providing glasses y ·
S for indigent children, distributes clothing to needy children. Assists
I with all worthy community programs. — ·» »
Q Defense Activities; Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress-
.; ings, Led Cross Assistance, Collecting Books. Interested in Emcrgency__ T ’
I Repair Service, Motor Corps Service, hospital and Clinical Assistance.
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MONTGOMERY CO NTY 4-H CLUB (State and National 4-H Clubs), e/o County Agent's
Office, Bank and Locust Streets, Nt. Sterling. Founded 1926. County Agent,
Floyd McDaniel. Telephone 524-NL Term indefinite. _ V
Membership: 502. .Opcn to rural boys and girls ages 1O to 2O years, who
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wish to plan an &gT1OUltUT&l`OT home progect.
Purpose: To educate in agriculture and home cconomics.` . ~—~
Normal Civic Activities: Community beautification, County Fair Organizations,
4 Entertainment. _ _ _ ( . i “ ‘ ‘ (
· Defense Activities: Interested in Ped Cross nssistance,·Preparation and Ser-
ving of Foed,.Entcrtainnent, Recreation.
Local Publications:‘ None,. E ` V _;,..,
MT.’STERLING BOARD OF'TRADE, c/o E. O. Crooks, Mt. Sterling. Founded 1959.
President, A. G. Clay, Nt. Sterling. Telephone 27. Secretary, 3. C. Crooks.
Telephone 505-J. Terms expired, 1942. ‘ ""'"`
Membership: 58. Open to firms or corporations engaged in legitimate business.
‘Committces:_ None reported. . » p
Purpose: To advance mercantile- manufacturing and interest in the community.
Normal,Civic Activities: Cooperetes with municipal, civic and other agencies
tom matters of general public interest. Sponsors It. Sterling Band. " it
Defense Activities: Engaged in Collection of Scrap Petals and Other Metals.
Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Qardcn.Service, Civilian Aircraft
Warninv Service Auxiliary Fire Protection Red Cross nssistance= Comsumer~ "
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Protection Activities. · “ · · C I
Local Publications: None. ( ` .
NT. STERLING GIRL SOUTS, TROOP—#1 (Girl Scouts of America), c/e Miss nnisc
Hunt, ht. Sterling. Founded 1957. Captain, Miss nnisc Hunt. Secretary, Hrs.
Albert Clay, Ht. Sterling. Terms indefinite. __ ly -
Membership: 29. Open to girls ovcr_lO years of age able to pass tests and S
- fulfill necessary requirements. ( - ,I`
Committees: Executive, hiss Emily Tighlmcn Hunt, It. Sterling. A * ’ J "VA
Purpose: Training for k:adership,`Civic Service, instructions in health and
safety, first aidJ' V
Nomnal Civic Activities: Ceoperates with Crippled Children's Drive and all _
civic welfare. {
Defense Activities; En aged in lntcrtainment. Interested in First.Aid, Child i
Care, Collrction of Scr;p letcls and Other Netals, Local Publications: None.
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; MT. STERLINH HI-Y (National Y. M. C, A.), Charles Pieratt, Mt. Sterling.
Founded 1936. Advisor, Charles Pieratt. Telephone 754-J. Term indefinite.
Membership; 85. Open to boys from seventh through the twelfth school Qygdgd
Purpose: Maintains and creates higher standards of Christian character in ” J» .Y
school and community. · , _ ` ` n"
Norma1'Civic;Activities: Cooperates with tuberculosis and crippled chi1dren's
drives, aids the needy. ‘ gm ..., `H-" ,‘
Defense`Activities:$Engaged in Family Social Service in Industrial areas.
_ Interested in First Aid, Discussion Leaders. r‘ _
Local Publications: None. . `
MT. STERLING LODGE #35, F. & A. K. (Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F.i& A. M.),_,
» o/o S. S. Finney, Ht. Sterling. Founded 1815. Worshipful Master, TL L. Gibson, ` `
` Mt. Sterling. Secretary, S. S. Finney. Telephone SOS. Terms expire December,
1945. ' - S __
, Q Nembership; 175. Qualifications, white, male, 21 years of age or over and
3 belief in Supreme Being. ~_··
2 Committees; None reported. 4 i . ‘ ,
2 Purpose; Fraternal and charitable. * ( ° A
Normal Civic Activities; Cooperation_with MasoniciTidowsrand¥Orphans Home,
i local charitable organizations, school band.___ _, ( e
Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Uarden
Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid,·Library Service, Collecting Books. V
. Lo cal Publications: Year Book. V _
ROTARY CLUB OF MT. STERLIEG Hotarv Internationall c o S. C. Share Nt.
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Sterling. Founded 1955. President, Nelson E._Nard,_Kt. Sterling.. Secre-
tary, S. C. Sharp. Telephone 885. Terms expired June, 1942. · · V ~
‘ Membership: 54. Open to occupational and professional individuals.
Committees: Community Service, Rev. H. S. Stephenson, lk. Sterling. _
_ Purpose: Promoting high ethical standards in business and community.
Normal Civic Activities:_ Cooperating in Crippled Children's Drive; Assisting ·
with School Lunch Program. V
Defense Activoties: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Child Care, Entertain- '
ment. Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Rail Thrden Service, Civilian Air- {
craft ”arning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Collection of Scrap Metals i
and Other Kctals, Consumer Protection Activitios• · · Q
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L TUESDAY CLUB OF HT. STERLING (National Federation of Women's Clubs), c/e `
— Mrs. Charles Cook, 751 Maple Street, 1%. Sterling. Founded 1910. President,
_ Mrs. Henry Barnes, Mt. Sterling. Secretary, Mrs. David Howell. Terms Ex-
‘ pire May, 1945.
. Membership: 55. Open to adult women who are proposed and voted upon by
I nmmbership.
_ Committees: Hospital, Mrs. John Stofcr and Hrs. Till Ed Jones; Education,
Mrs. Henry Barnes and Mrs. John Knox; Civics, irs. David Howell and Mrs.
— Floyd HcDaniels; Finance, Mrs. TL EA Feavyhouse, Mrs. Tmltcr Bridges and
e Mrs. John Stofer,;Kusic, Mrs. Henry Ringo, Mrs. Loring Turley and Miss
= Frances Henrrg Publicit , Mrs. Nelson`Uard and Mrs. Curri McChcsncv all
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5 of Mt. Sterling.
f Normal Civic Activities: Social and civic welfare of the community. _
{ Defense Activities: Eniaeed in Hosoital and Clinical Assistance. Interested
., a. L2 1.
Q in Red Cross Assistance, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas. Collect-
_; ing Books.
}_ Local Publications: Year Book.
i WOMAN*S IMPHOVENENT'CLUB (Kentucky Federation of Ebmen's Improvement Clubs),
? c/e Hrs. Iary Owens, Locust Street, Mt. Sterling. Founded 1911. President,
Q Mrs. Amy Stockton, Locust Street, Mt. Sterling. Term expired January, 1942.
S' " Membership: 20. Qualification, interest in community betterment, Innes
2 proposed and passed by vote of club.
L Purpose: Charitable assistance to indigent, community improvement.
Normal Civic Activities: Contributing to worthy causes, assist the needy.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing'and Preparation of Surgical Dress-
— ings, Red Cross Assistance, Child Care, Collection of Scrap Ketals and Other
n Metals. Interested in First Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food.
-; Local Publications; None.
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TYPES OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES LISTED
Air Raid Harden Service
Ambulance Service
= Auxiliary Fire Protection
j Auxiliary Police
Child Care
Civilian Aircraft Warning Service
I Collecting Docks
f Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals
i Consumer Protection Activities ·
Y Discussion Leaders
’ Drafting
J Emergency Repair Service
i Entertainment
; Family Social Service in Inéustrial areas
Z First Aid
i Hospital and Clinical Assistance
{ Interpreting
E _ Interviewing »
T Library Service
I Motor Corps Service
Operation of Canteens
' Preparation and Serving of Feed
Public Speaking
Radio Operation and Repair
` Recreation
Red Cross Assistance
Research Assistance
, Salvage Demolition Service
Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings
Signal Services
Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others
· Teaching Classes in Nechanical Skills {ceded in Dvicnse Industries
· Teaching Classes of Map Reading and Sketching
_ Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
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American Legion, Montgomery Post #22, l
American Legion, Morton Judy Posty#222, l
American Legion nuxiliary, Montgomery Unit f22, l
American Red Cross, Montgomery Chapter, 2
Boy Scouts of Lmerica, Mount Sterling Troop¤#55, 2
_ Daughters of the American Rwvolution, Colonel George Nicholas Chapter,5
` Girl Reserves of Mt. Sterling High School, 5
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Watson Lodge #62, 4
t `Junior Uoman's Club of Mt. Sterling, 4
K Lions Club of Mt. Sterling, 5
° Montgomery County Council P. T. 4., 5
Montgomery County 4—H Club, 6
Mt. Sterling Board of Trade, G
S Mt. Sterling Girl Scout, Troop>#l, G
Mt. Sterling Hl—Y, 7
_i Mt. Sterling Lodge #25, F. &» L. M., 7
Mt. Sterling Parent-Teacher Association, 7
Mt. Sterling Woman's Club, 8
Rotary Club of Mt. Sterling, 8
Tuesday Club of Mt. Sterling, 9
Weman*s Improvement Club, Mt. Sterling, 9

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. .__ DEFENSE nCTIVITY, TR;INIHG OR INTEREST
Explanation of_Symbols¤ A- "Engggod'in", B- "Troining for", C- l 4
"IntorostWin“.i V r·‘ ` * · ; ‘¤ - ·‘ ‘ ’
C Humbors follomdng A, B, or C, indicato pogo cntry in Dircctory.
AIR RQID YLRDEE SERVICE ‘ Vi U h
Lmorioon Logion, Morton Judy Post #222, C-l; xndspcndcnt Ordor of Odd
Follows, UCtSOn LOHg®#52,C·é;Ht. Storling Board of Trado, C¢6; It, Storl-
ing Lodgo #25, F. 8 L; H., C#7; Rotary Club of Ht} Storling, C-8•
;UKILI4RY FIER PROTECTION ` ·
‘"jmwricdn Logion, Morton Judy Post f222, C-1; Indopondcnt Ordor of Odd
Follows, Eotcon Lodgo #52, C-4; Mt. Stcrling Board of Trodo,·C-6; Ht.
Storling Lodgo<#25, F. & 4. M., C-7; Rotary Club of Mt. Storling, C-8.
;DIILI;RY.POLICE up I 4
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Amoricon Logion, Morton Judy'?ost'#222, C~lj Indopondcnt Ordor of Odd
Follows, Eotson Lodgo #52, C-4; Lk. Storling Board of Trado, C-6; Mt.
Storling Lodgo #23, F. & R, K., C-7; Rotary Club of Ht. Storling, C-8.
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Amorioon Logion,IHontgomcry Poot¤#22,"It. Storling, A-I, C-I; hmorican
Lcgionpnuxiliory, Hontgomory Unit-f22, R-I; nmoricon Rod Cross, Mootg-
omory Chapter, C-2; Girl Rosorvcs of Ht. Storling High School, A»5; Lions
Club of Ht. Storling, A—5; Kt. Stcrling Girl Scouts, Troop yl, C—6; Mt.
Sterling Porcnt»Tcochor nssocintion, C—7; Rotary Club of Ht. Storling,
_ A—8; Homon‘s Improvomont Club,_i»9• i °
CIVILIQF 4IRCR;FT TQRFING SERVICE `S ni ’ > ·
Lmoricon Lcgion, Morton Judy Post f222, C-I; Indopondcnt Ordor of Odd.
Follows, Uotson Lodgo QZZ, C—é; Kt, Sterling Board of Trzdc, C-6; Ut.
Storling Lodgo·f23, F, C i. X., C—7; Rotary Club of ft. Sterling, C-8.
l COLLECTING BOOKS _ , . ~ "
h Amoricon Legion guxilimry, Fontgomory Unit·Q22, C-l; Iontgomory Courty
— iggungjl P, T, ;,, R.5; Nt. Storling Uomon's Club, ;»S, C-8; Tuesday
Club of lk, Sterling, C-9. I “ ‘ “
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, COLLECTION OF SCRQP H3T-LS 4RD OTHER METALS
S Amoricon Legion, Morton Judy Post #222,'A—l; Amoricun Rod Cross, Montgom-
ory Chnptor, C-2; Boy Scouts of Anorico, Ht. Storling Troop lss, LPZ;
Lions Club of Ht. Storling, AFS; FW. Storling Girl Scouts, Troop #1, C-6;
Rotary Club of Mt. Storling, C-S; Womon’s,Improvomont Club, AAS.
. CONSUMER PROTECTIOR RCTIVITIES l , A V
Indo ondont Crdor of Odd Follows Uotson LodJoEt52 C—4· Lions Club of
P _, .: .1 1 _ .»
It. Storling,’C-5; Mt. Sterling Boord of Trodo, CAS; Ht. Sterling Lodgo
f25, F. & R. K., C-7; Rotary Club of Kt._Stcrling, C-8,
DISCUSSIOF LELDERS ~ : "`
Dcushtcrs of tho Lmoricon Rovolution Colonol Gooreo Uioholos Cho tor °
Lg 3 I
C-5; Kt. Starling HI—Y, C-7. ’
EMERGENCY REIRIR SERVICE `Y ' _ — ` ·
_‘nmCTlC2D Logion, Montgomcry Post=#22, C-l; Iorton Judy Fost #222, C—l;
Montgomery County Council]?. T. L., C—54
¥ETTYElTi-ILTCC“lT ~ ··· A V * C · ‘
nmoricon‘Logion Auxiliary, Montgomery Unit¤#22,'C4l;`Montgomory County ,
4·H Club, C46;.Mt. Storling Girl Scouts, Troop’#l, A.6; Mt, Sterling
I Vbnon's Club, A-8; Rotdry Club of Kt. Storling, A-8.
FAMILY YOCIML SERVICE IE IUJUSTRILL ;RB;S ’ ` _
.hnoric;n Legion, Lontgomory Root [22, $§l;.Boy Scouts of gmorioo, Ht.
1 • F • , . —·· ; ¤ ¤ I .
Sterling Troop css, C—2; Cirl Rosorvos of nt. Storling High School, C—3;
Junior Lbmon's Club of Lt. Sterling, C—4; It. Storling Girl Scouts,
H .7 , . - ·· · .`. . r, ' • I. A
Troop Ll, C—G; Lt. Storling nI—Y, n—7; nt. storlin;‘Psront-Tooohor nssoc—
_ iotion, C-7; Tuesday Club of rt. Sterling, C»O. ·
FIRST 4ID S _
Lmcriccn Logionrguxiliory, lontgomory Chit-#22, R-l; Amorioon tod Cross
fontgonbry Chsptor, C-2; Soy Scouts of nmorico, Mt. Sterling Troop,·f55,
'A»2; Girl Rosorvos of Yt. Sterling,Iigh`School, C-3; Lions Club of lt.
Storling,,;-5; ft. Storlin; Girl Scouts, Troop #1, C-3; Lt. Storling .
HI-Y, C—7; ot. Storling Parent-Toochor Lssociotion, C—7; It. Storling
Ibmon's Club, ;—S, B—S; [onmn's_Lnprovomont Club, C—S. ~
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HOSPITAL ARD CLINICAL ASSISTARCE
Lions Club of Mt. Sterling, C-5; Montgomery County Council, P. T. A., C—5;
Mt. Sterling Parent-Teacher Association, A-7; Tuesday Club of Mt. Sterl-
ing, A-9.
LIBRARY SERVICE
I Junior Woman's Club of Ht. Sterling, C-4; Mt. Sterling Uomanls Club, A—S,
B"'8, C"8•
MOTOR CORPS SERVICE
Junior Tbman's Club of Em. Sterling, C—4; Montgomery County Council, P.
T. A., C—5; Ht. Sterling Parent-Teacher Association, C-7; Mt. Sterling _
Woman’s Club, C-8. y
PREPARATION AFD SERVING OF FOOD
Montgomery County 4-H Club, C»6; Mt. Sterling Girl Scouts, Troop=#l, C-6;
Ht. Sterling Parent-Teacher Association, C—7; Uoman’s Improvement Club,
C·•9•
RADIO OPERATIOE AED REPAIR
American Legion Auxiliary, lontgomery Unit #22, C-l; Montgomery County
’ 4-H Club, C-6.
RED CROSS ASSISTAFCE
American Legion, ’orton Judy Post *222, C-l; American Red Cross, Bont-
gomery Chapter, C-2; Daughters of the American Revolution, Colonel
George Nicholas Chapter, C-S; Independent Order of Odd Fellows, lhtson
Lodge f52, C-A; Junior Uoman's Club of Mt. Sterling, A»4;‘Montgomery
County Council, P. T. Ag, A-5; Montgomery County 4-I Club, C-6; Ht.
Sterling Board of Trade, C-6; ik. Sterling Lodgc;#25, F. & A. M. C-7;
Mt. Sterling Parent-Teacher Association, C-7; Tt. Sterling W@ran's Club, _
C-8; Rotary Club of Lt. Sterling, A-S; Tuesday Club of Nt. Sterling,
C-9; Woman’s Improvement Club, A»9.
SEWING AKD PREPARATION OF SURGICAL DRESSIRGS
American Legion Auxiliarj, Hontgomery Unit·f22, A-l; American Red Cross,
l Montgomery Chapter, A-2, C-2; Daughters of the American Revolution, Col-
onel George Nicholas Chapter, LAB; Girl Reserves of At. Sterling High
School, C-5; Junior Toman's Club of Mt. Sterling, C-4; Lions Club of Kt.
Sterling, C—5; Montgomery County Council, P.T.A.,A-5; It. Sterling Girl
Scouts, Troop-#l,C-6; Parent-Teacher Association, C-7; Mt. Sterling Hom-
an's Club, C-S; Tbman’s Improvement Club, APU. E ;;jf:;:r {;r;
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