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Q. The Allen County Defense Council is Affiliated
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g Frankfort, Kentucky
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y Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
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if John J. Greenleaf, State Director of
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il ALLEN COUTTY DLFQISE COUNCIL
A Scottsville
l TL B. Fowler, Chairmen
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gi QILRIC;D LwGION,_;ILEH COUNTY POST¤#ll2 (National american Legion), Scotts- *
E ville. Commander, F. E. Guy, Scottsville. Telephone 174-R. Adjutant, T. I.
p _· nickerson, Scottsville. Telephone 199. Terms expired September, 1942.
§ Epmbershipz 74. Qualifications, honorable discharged veterans of Korld jp? i1_
§ Committees: Child Tblfarc, E. C. Cole, Halfway.
Q Purpose: Rehabilitation of World War veterans and~their families and promotion
Q · of democratic principles._ H _ I ""
Q Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with patriotic and civic organizations.
E? I Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police.
tr Local Publications: None. y
kg j&ERIC;N RED CROSS, RLLEE COUTTY"CH;PT]R (Qmerican Uational Red Cross§, Scotts-
le ville, Chairman, T. 1} Crew, Jr., Scottsville. Telephone 7. Secretary, Mrs.
1 Roy Milliken, Scottsville. Telephone 254-K. Terms expire July, 1943.
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  Mombershipg- lOO. Open to all persons contributing one dollar or more annually.
y‘ Committees; Har Relief Funds, harry Read, Scottsville. ·
E Purpose; To provide aid and temporary relief in the event of disaster, furn-
E ish welfare service to army and Davy personnel and their families.
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la Normal Civic lctivities: Instructing persons·in Red Cross work. .i.. »
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T Defense Activities: Training for Sewing and Preparation of Surgical.Dress-
j· ings, First Lid, Child Care.
"T Local Publications: None.
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it BnCHELOR GIRLS CLUB OF SCOTTSVILLR, founded l9o7. rresioent, miss Nell Dunn,
f: Scottsville. Term expires March, 1945.
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i Membership: 20. Open to single girls 2l years of age or over.
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L: Committees: None reportoc.
l_ Iurposc: Primarily_a social club. ~
T Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with the Red Cross.
Defense Activities: Red Cross Assistance, Entertainment.
` Local Publications: None. ‘ I
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BOY SCOUTS OF SCOTTSVILLE (National Council, Boy —Scouts of America), Scotts-
ville. Founded 1941. Scoutmaster, Rev. A. H. Gregory, Scottsville. Telephone ·
l6l-X. Assistant Scout,aster, R. R. Pitchford, Jr., Scottsville. Terms indef-
inite. - · ‘
Membership: 28. Open to boys not under l2 years of age able to pass Scout ` I
test.
Committees: Troop, E. H. Hancock; Leadership,'H. B. Fowler; Aavanggmgntp, Dr .
L. W. Johnson; Health and Safety, T. TL Crow, Jr.; Organization, Earrod Patton;
Camping and Activities, P. H. Meador, all of Soottsville.U _ , ~--`—`~~
Purpose; Character building, health, safety and preparation for citizenship. ~
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with all worthwhile civic organizations. ~ A ·
Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary‘Police, Red Cross Assistance,
Collecting Books, Radio Operation and Repair, Signal Services.
Local Publications; None. , _ ( lg
( BUSINESS WONEN'S CIRCLE, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Tbmen’s Missionary Scoiety o . §
Southern Baptist Convention), First Baptist Church, Scottsville. President, ~ · §
Lula Dalton, Scottsville. Telephone li7-K. Secretary, Lucille Dalton, Scotts- §
ville. Temes expire January, l945.» - o _ `— ~ §
Kembership; BO. Open to Baptist Church members interested in church work. g
Committees; Nene'rcported. V l I H _ _ E
A E Purpose: Promotion of interest in missionary work.- (Li I l = ‘ ` ` {
Normal Civic Activities; Assisting with Red Cross and aiding·the local in- - Q
digent. Q
Defense Activities: ‘Interested_in_Hotor Corps Service, Ambulance Service, E
Red Cross Assistance; First Aid. l . » ' Q
Local Publications; None. . · §
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FREE AND ACCEPTED LZSOIS, GRAND IODGB #208 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F. & A. i
N.), Scottsville. Master, Rev. H. L. Green, Scottsville. Telephone 7l-R. Q
Secretary, Robert Sears, Scottsville. Telephone 384-K. Terms expire December, §
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Membership; Sl. Open to white males 2l years of age and over who are accept- ·§
able to the members. §
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L Free and Accepted Masons, Grand Lodge¢#208 (Continued) · ‘ .-4 A
=? Purpose: Fraternal and the welfare of its members. . c
p Normal Civic Activities: Aids in the support of Kentucky Masonic Homes.
OQ Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance. T
Q Local Publications: None. ‘ · __ M_ _· 4_
‘; T GIRL SCOUTS OF SCOTTSVILL3, KBHOVA DIVISION (National Girl Scouts of America),
§ Scottsville. Founded 1958. Leader, Mrs. Curtis Bryant, Scottsville. Telephone
Q 25 k. term expires July, 1945. `
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A a Membership: 15. Open to girls lO to 14 years of age·who can pass Scout tests
{5 and meet other requirements. i
gi Committees: Troop, Mrs. Vallie Septon, Scottsville. ·
I} Purpose: Character building and citizenship training.- · ~
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f Normal Civic Activities: Assisting Red Cross, Boy Scouts and other civic _
"" P organizations. ‘ ~ . . - ` _ _
' { Defense Activities: Engaged in and Training for First Aid. Interested in
; sexing and -reparatien of Surgical Dressings, Child Care, Recreation. __,_
ij Local Publications: None.
dl HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OF SCOTTSVILLE, Scottsville. President, Andean Loader, I
§$ Scottsville. ~ecretary, Clara N. Heath, Scottsville. Terms expire June,
Q 1945. _
5 Membership: SO. Open to girls who—have received some training in home econ-
pj omics.
#€ Committees: None reported.
g ._,A Purpose: A social friendship club for the study of home economics. VI
¥ Formal Civic Activities: Assisting the Red Crosss Q ·
it Defense Activities: Interested in Motor Corps Service, Ambulance Service,
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,¤ First Aid, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical D1essin©s.
TU Local Publications: None. · _ N
t NOTHEHS STUDY CLUB OF SCOTTSVILLE, Scottsville. Founded 1950. President, Mrs.
V Ernest Heil, Scottsville. Telephone 189-X. Secretary, Mrs. Jack Read, Scotts-
P Ville. Telephone 585. Terms expire Hay, 1945.
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Mothers Study Club of Scottsville (Continued)
Membership: 14. Open to women interested in better homes and education of `
children. A ‘
Committees: Social Service, Hrs. H. L. Green, Scottsville. _
Purpose: Better homes, ehildren's development and to imbue a spirit of Coop-
eration among the members. l " "‘ . T
Nonial Civic Activities: Assisting the Red Cross, local‘charitios, and City
Board of Education. _
` Defense nctivities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress-
ings, ded Cross Assistance, Preparation and Sorting of Food, Entertainment,
Teaching.&ncrieanization Classes for Aliens and Others.
Local Publications: None. P V b
ORDER OF E;STERF STAR, SCOTTSVILLE CHnPTER’y6O (Grand Chapter of Kcntueky,‘ I
O. E. S.), Scottsville. Founded 1906. Worthy Hatron, Miss Christine Johnson, *
North Court Street, Scottsville. Telephone l84—R. Secretary, Mrs.-Myrtie. __ `
Brown East Hain Street Scottsville. Terms ox ired September 1942. E
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A Membership: lOO. Open to wife, mother, sister, daughter or widow of a Mason Q
in good standing and affiliated Masons. "jy ‘"*"·v ···- ~- §
Committees; Relief, Mrs. &.-I.,Hersdith; Sick, Mrs. Cora Huntsmon, both of i
Scottsville. ’ ·t:` ul '''· .l`"”`*”‘° ‘‘’‘ “‘1 *· S
Purpose: Fraternal and benevolent. · : .
( Normal Civic Qctivitics: Assisting local Red Cross and Collecting magazines s
and books for soldiers. . l ( i
Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress- i
V ings, Red Cross Assistance, Collecting Books. r
Local Publications: None. · ~~-
ROTQPY CLUB OF SCOTTSVILLS (Rotary Intornationsl), Scottsville. Founded-l950.‘ ¤
President, TL B. Fowler, Scottsville. Telephone 174-Y. Secretary, Thomas Crew, t
Jr., Scottsville. Telephone 7. Terms expixe July, lOdS. - .
L lbrbership: BO. Open to business executives and professional men subjected to i
' Rotary classifications and regulations. up V g
Committees: Home reported. E
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Rotary Club of Scottsville (Continued)V ‘ ‘
Normal Civic Activities: Organization of local Boy Scouts and cooperates in
all community projects. .
Defense Activities; Interested in Rod Cross Assistance, Collecting Decks,
‘ Public Speaking.
» Local Publications; Magazine (monthly).
Q SCOTTSVILLE I&PEHT—TE;CHER ;SSOCI;TIOH (National Congresses of Parent-Teacher
I Association), Scottsville. Founded 1920. President, Hrs. Glenn Futler, Scotts-
f ville. Secretary,`Nrs. Herbert Ioore, Scoyysville. Telephone 7020. Terms ox-
Q I .pircd April, l9&2. i ._ `
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Q Membership: 25. Open to taecher or parent of child attending school. [
E Committees; None reported. I
1Q » Purposo;·Cooperation betwmen hone and school for improvement of child rmlfare. I
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a normal Civic activities; Cooperatos with jPn in providing free lunches to
g school children and assisting Rotary Club in geting discussion Leaders. ~
fg Defense Activities; Preparation and Serving of Food. ·
ji Local Publications; None. ‘ * e ‘ - - -
Q TDLENYS HISSIONQRY SOCIETY PIIST 3;PTIST CHURCH, c/o Irs. hyrtle Drown, Scotts-
E ville. Founded l9l4. President, Hrs. G. R. Keen, Seottsvilkz. Telephone 199.
§ Secretary, Mrs. Myrtle Brown. Terms expire January, 1945.
iX Hembershi : 54. ualifications .must be a member of the Ba tist Church and
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p interested in Mission work. "
i Committees: Personal Service, Hrs. Minnie Garrison; Entertainment, Irs. L.
e “U. Johnson; Publicity, hrs. E. C. Johnson; Enlistncnt, hrs. Carl Grubos;
Q Stewardship, hrs. L. T. Crow, all of Scottsville.
E Purpose: Training for young people in Christian stewardship and missionary
Q xrork.
E Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating with church and missionary activities,
f Llso with Red Cross.
s Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress-
3 ings, Red Cross Assistance. ‘
EE Local Publications; None.
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I TKEEEUS SOCIETY OF CHRI3TI;H SERVICE METHODIST CHURCH,_SCottsvillc.’FoundodC
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‘ 1940. Chairman, Mrs. Bradford Hutchlor, Scottsvillo. Tclcphono lé7—R. Socrat-
` ary, Hrs. Ray Eillikcn, Scottsvillo. Tolcphonc 254-K. Torms oxpirc January,
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Movbcrship; 20. Opcn to any Hcthodist Church mcmbcr intorcstod in Missionary
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Committcos: None rcportod. A
Purpose; To build up intcrost in missionary work. A
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_ Normal Civic Lctivitios: Assist charitabk; organizations. (
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Dcfonsc Lctivitios; Intorostcd in Hospital and Clinical Qssistanco, Swoing I (
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and lroparation of Surgical Drcssinas, Rod cross nssistancc, First -1d, Child (
Caro. Proparation and Scrving of Food, Entortainmcnt, Rccrcation. _ I
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YOUNG HOTHELS CLUB, Scottsvillc. Foundcd 1959. ProSidont, Hrs. J. I. Barbcr, ; ·
Scottsvillc. Tolcphono 52. Sccrotary, Irs. Ralph Short, Scottsvillc. Tolcphonc . 1
554-X. Terms cxpircd Octobcr, 1942. ‘ ~ __ ..v » ·- O
` Momborshi ; l2. ’lualifications Christian irls and vouns marriod uoucn.intor- ~ .} ·
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ostod in thc problems and caros of mothcrhood. 9% ‘
Committccs: Social Scrvicc, Irs. Loo Hendorson, Scottsvillc. · {
Purposc; Tho study of·mothorhood probloms. . - ‘ ‘ ;
Formal Civic Lctivitics: Coo cratins with WPA School in rivinr tovs to childron. L
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Dcfonso nctiviticsx Intorcstcd in Sewing and Proparation of Surgical Dross— _
ings, Rod Cross Assistancc, Child Caro, Touching Literacy Classos for Alions y
and O‘l:h¤;;1TS. Z , ·· I
Local Publications; Parents Tagazinc (monthly), V

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TYPES OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES
Air Raid Vanden Service
Ambulance Service
Auxiliary Fire Protection
» Auxiliary Police
I shim Care
O Civilian Aircraft Warning Service
_ Collecting Books
Collection of Scrap Metals and Other ibtals
_ Consumer Protection Activities
;»  Discussion Leaders
Q Drafting
Z Emergency Repair Service
Z Entertainment
Q Family Social Service in Industrial Areas
  rims Aid
3 `§ Hospital and Clinical Assistance
iii { Interpreting
S Interviewing
T‘ " ·g Library Service
i Motor Corps Service
Q Operation of Canteens
‘ Q Preparation and Serving of Food
Q Public Speaking
Q Radio Operation and Repair _
.; Recreation
cn. _$ Red Cross Assistance
5 Research Assistance
Y Salvage Demolition Service
y Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings ;
{ Signal Services
_; Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others
A f Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skills Eeeded in Defense Industries p
i Teaching Classes of Map Reading and Sketching A
T Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
T Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
' T Typing and Other Clerical Assistance
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
American Legion, Allen County Post=#ll2, 1
American Red Cross, Allen County Chpater, l
Bachelor Girls cf Scottsville, l
Boy Scouts of Scottsville, 2
Business Women's Circle, First Baptist Church, 2
Free and Accepted Iasons, Grand Lodge=#208, 2
Girl Scouts of Scottsville, Kenova Division, 5
V Home Economics Club of Scottsville, 5
—I Mothers Study Club of Scottsville, 5
Order of Eastern Star, Scottsville Chapter-QSO, 4
· Rotary Club of Scottsville, 4
Scottsville Parent-Teacher Association, 5
{ `Women's Missionary Society, First Baptist Church, 5 I
, Women*s Society of Christian Service, Zetkcdist"Chnrch,26
I Young Mothers Club, Scottsville, C
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W `DEEEHSE ACTIVITY, TKAITIIG OR INTEREST;
Explanation of Symbols; A- "Engaged in", B- "Training for", C- SS
"Interestcd in".
Numbers folowing A, B, or C, indicate page entry in Directory.
AKBULAUCE SERVICE ‘S·
Business v¤ms¤*s Circle, First Baptist Church, C-2; Home Economics Club of
Scottsville, C-3.
AUKILIARY POLICE
American Legion, Allen County Post¢#ll2, C-l; Boy Scouts of Scottsville,
C-2.
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Girl Scouts of Scottsville, Kcnovs Division, U-5; Women’s Society of Christ-
ian Service,_Hethodist Church, C-6; Young Mothers Club, Scottsville, C-G.
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Boy’Scouts of Scottsville, C»2; Order of Eastern Star, Scottsville Chapter
,%so, C-4; Rotary Club of Scottsville, C-4. `
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`Bachelor Girls of Scottsville, A—l; Mothers Study Club of Scottsville, C-5; ’
Women*s Society of Christian Service, Icthodist Church, C-6.
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Business Women's Circle, First Baptist Church, C-2; Girl Scouts of Scotts-
ville, Kenora Division, n-5, B-5; Home Economics Club of Scottsville, C-5; ·
Wemen's Society of Christian Service, lbthodist Church, C-G.
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U Uemen’s Society of Christian Service, Methodist Church, C-6.
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Business ‘,Tor;en's Circle, FZlI’S`l3 Bilpliiili CIF-l1"Oh; C·23     w
of Scottsville, C-5. 7 ; ,u.., _ I '
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2 PREPARLTION AND SERVING OF FOOD V V _
S Mothers Study Club of Scottsville, C-3; Scottsville Parent-Teacher‘Associ-
t ation, A»5; Women's Society of Christian Service, Ibthodist Church, C-6.
I PUBLIC SPELKING V _ _ - V <
L Rotary Club of Scottsville, C-4.
‘ RADIO OPERLTION LED REPRIR I
Boy Scouts of Scottsville, C-?. -- -
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Girl Scouts of Scottsville, Kenova Division, C-5. S
S RED CR'SS SSSISTLHCE S
Bachelor Girls of Scottsville, A-l; Boy Scouts of Scottsville, C—2;'Business
Womcu’s Circle, First Baptist Church, C—2; Free and lceepted Masons, Grand
I HV Lodge~#2OS,VC—2; Mothers_Study Club of Scottsville, C—5; Order of Eastern
. Star, Scottsville Chapter=$GO, C—4; Rotary Club of Scottsville, C-4; Women's V
"hissionary Society, First Baptist Church, C—5; Uomen*s Society of Christian
Service, Methodist Church, C-6; Young Mothers Club of Scottsville, C-6.
SEWING LED PREPARATION OF SURGICAL DRESSIH@S___ _ j S
American Red Cross, Allen County Chapter, B—l; Girl Scouts of Scottsville,
V Kenora Division, C-5; Home Economics Club of Scottsville, C—3; Mothers
Study Club of Scottsville, C-5; Order of Eastern Star, Scottsville Chapter
=#60, C—4; Womon's Missionary Society, First Baptist Church, C-5; Women's
Society of Christian Service, Hethodist.Church, C—6; Young Mothers Club e
Scottsville, C—6. _ V - I _ I ;
· SIGNAL SERVICES A
' _VBoy Scouts of Scottsville, C—2. . _ I
TEiCHING QIERICQNIZLTION CLQSSES FOR ;LIENS 4ID OTHERS V ·
Mothers Study Club of Scottsville, C-5. _ _t
TEACHING LITERICY CLASSES FOR ;LIETS LSD OTHERS `X,
Young Mothers Club, Scottsville, C»G. · ifly

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