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CQ ` The Mason County Defense Council is Affiliated
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yi Frankfort, Kentucky
in Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
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T NASOI CO NTY DEFENSE COUNCIL
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IA ..‘  . MASON COUNTY CIVILILN ORGANIZATIONS
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AA AMERICAN LEGION, LESLIE H. ARTHUR PCST]%l5 (National American Legion), 0/6
"A Dr. V; E. Hines, l5 nest Second Street, Maysville. Founded 1921. Adjutant,
T, Dr. TL E. Hines. Telephone 655. Term expires, 1942. ·
! Yembership: lOO. Open to veterans of World Ihr l, with an honorable dis~
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A Committees: None re orted.
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EA Purpose: Preparedness and peace. Aid to service men_and their fwnilies.
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{ Normal Civic Activities: Co-sponsor of all patriotic activities. makes don-
 · atiors to Milk Fund, Tuberculosis Fund and Red Cross.
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  Defense Activities; Training for Auxiliary Police, Salvage Demolition Service,
Q _ Interested in Air Raid`Wardcn Service, Civilian Aircraft "erning Service, Aux~ l
 A · iliary Fire Protection, Motor Corps Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital and
T Clinical Assistance, Red Cross Assistance, Operation of Canteens.
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A Local Publications: None.
~ AMERICAN RED CROSS, MASON COUNTY CHAPTER (American Red Cross), Cochran Bldg.
I Maysville. Founded 1915. Chairman, Wadsworth Clarke. Telephone 1156. Sec- ‘
l retary, Jean Roebuck, 555 Forest Avenue, Maysville. Terms exniredINovember,
1942.
Membership: 500. Open to all annual contributors of one dollir or over.
r Committees: Disaster, Thdsworth Clarke, 5rd Street, Maysville; First Aid,
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A ¤ C. r. hilgus, 12o East ord otreet, maysville.
§ A Purpose: To act as liason office between the Army and homes of members of
A A the Armed Forces. To provide emergency relief.
i · Normal Civic Activities: Aid to vactims of disaster. Cooperating with army
A- officers in the matter of correspondence between soldiers and thcir ramilics.
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Q Defense Activities; §n§agcd in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressinpd,
· Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking. -Training for Salvage Demolition Service,
_ First Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food,.Opcration of Cantecns. Interested
Q in Auxiliary Police, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Ambulance Service, Hospital
i and Clinical Assistance, Radio Cpcration and Repair. . A
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BAHACA CLASS, FIRST BhPTIST CHURCH, c/o Sam Troughber, Sutton Street, nays- j
ville. Founded 1915. President, Sam Troughber. Telephone 762-J. Secretary, §
J. L. Bradford, East Second Street, Maysville. Terms expire December, 1942. { y
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Membership; 60. Open to adult males of Maysville and environs. g
Cmmnittees: Vklfare, Charles Bate, Houston Avenue, Maysville. · · %
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rormal Civic Activities: Aids and works with various community services. Q
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Defense Lctivitics; Interested in Air Raid Harden Service, Civilian Air- § X
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·- BETEUL D-TT1ST CHURCH LSSOCILTIOU, Colored, (State and National association), }é
q/o Roy. 1. T. Keeton, 127 Nest Fourth Street, Maysville. Founded 1866. Pres- ·@
ident, Menu L. T. Keeton. Telephone 850. Secretary, Miss Janie Smith, 110 if
West Fourth Street, Neysvillo. Telephone 658—N. Terms indefinite. iQ
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Membership: 55o. Open to church members of either sex. is K
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1 C0mmitt:~e; iblfare , Mrs. Sadie Brayton, East Fourth Street, Maysville. tg
l ··Purpose: To better the community ani public service and welfare activities. .§
 
Normal Civic activities: Cooperating with the Health Depsrtmon in any and all ]§
emergencies. ln` · ji
Defence activities: Interested in Air Raid Harden Service, Auxiliary Fire gi
Protection, hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of Sur- gi
gical Drcssings,‘hed Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation‘and Serving of `§
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Food, Child Care, Collection oi Scrap Metals and Other petals, Entertainment, ,%
A Library Service, Collecting Books. ‘ »§
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BOY SCCUTS OF nlERlC4, NORTHERN KEUTUCKY COUNCIL (Hational Boy Scouts of gg
America), e/e L. H. Travis, 1250 Uast'Secend Street, Maysville. Founded TE r
1957. District Chairman, L. F. Travis, Term indefinite. ”· fg
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Committees: Camping, Emory Rogers, 409 East Second Ctrect; advancement, John _@
Shaw, 216 last Third Street; Finance, George L. Fitzgerald, Edgemont; Loader- _§
ship and Training, l. H. Travis, 1250 East Second Street; Public Safety, Ray- Ӥ
mend Lnderson, 1OSO East Second Street, all of Heysville. EQ
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lib Purpose: To~train boys in character building, first aid, and citizenship.
C- lEnt§£;pivic Activities: Cooperate with civic enterprises of public interest.
rj DefenseQActivities: Interested in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other hotels,
is Collecting Books.
} Local Fublications: None.
_ ‘ EUSINQSS ALJ IRCFESQIOLAL '.`, ·OEQ*'S CLUB (Kentucky Federation of Business and
Professional Honcn*s Clubs), c/o Ethel Griffin, l45 East Third Street, Lats-
|· ville. Founded 103l. rresident, Ethel Griffin. Telephone 269-J. Secretary,
i` Bess Hauer, l&O Zbst Ihird Street. Telephone 456. Terns expire June, 1945.
I Hentership; $5. Cpcn to business and professional women.
_   Comni tees: Health, Mildred =_~ Ellis, Forest Avenue; International Relations, `
i Doris Yan Uinkle, Tbst Second Street; Public Affairs, Lillian Hardyman,
' Forest Avenue, all of Maysville.
Purpcse:>To further better business standards for women engaged in business
C _ and tic professions. Also general public welfare. ·
I Normal Civic ActivitiesE Built and»neintsins Tuberculosis Cabin. Cooperates
i vnth.;:lh fund for underprivileged children. Assisted Cancer Control and Red
E Cross drives.
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5 Lercnse Activities; Interested in sewing ana rrepuration Ol Surgical Lrcssings,
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’ iQ CENTRAL GRAOYD GCHOCIU PALEET—TnACHEK AGeCCl1T1CU (State and National Conv
i _·,l grceses of P. T. A.), c/o Irs.'Goorgo Duley, 157 nest Second Street. Ways-
{_ ville~ Founded 19ZG. President, hrs. Ceorgc Dulcy. Term expires June, IOAE.
e Nemborship; 20. Open to parent or teacher attending school.
p Committees} Tone reported. ‘
_ Furposcé To maintain closer relations lotwccn the hmwc, school and church.
. Normal Civic Activities: Materiel cid to underprivileged school children.
It Defense Activities; Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress-
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CENThnL dIGd SCKOOL PARENT-TEACn£H ASSOCIATION (State and national Congresses g
of P. T. A.), e/o Mrs. Bryan Greenlee, 216 Ibst Second Street, Maysville.' E
Founded l92l. President, Mrs.‘Bryan Greenlee. Telephone 202-HL Secretary, ' g
hrs, Madison Breeze, H. R. #5, Maysville. Telephone 425-J. Terms expire June, L
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Purpose; To maintain closer cooperation between the home and school for the g
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formal Civic Activities; Ceoperatcs with the school in providing food and eg
clothingdTor*R}YY77@Pjdren. g
Defense Activities g lrterestcd in Semin? and Preparation of Sureical Dress- lp
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DLUGHTAIG OF LNEPICL, DIVERVIEJ COMfCIL¤#Z3 (Netienal Council, Daughters of It
Americe), c/o Miss Llma Potts, Center Street, Iaysville. Founded 1924, Con- M
ncilor, Ars. Jane Sprague, Maysville, Term expiret January, 1045. Secretary, F
Kiss Alma lotts, Telephone 48l. Term expires July, 1945. z if
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T Lembersipy; 156. Qualifications, must be American born mele or female of g
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Purpose; To rpomote patriotism, loyalty to God and country and defend the flag. Q
Normal Civic nctivities; Donating hnerican Tlags and Bibles to schools. VQ
Defense getivitiesg Interested in Sewing and Preprration of Surgical Dress- 1%
; ines Led Cross Lssistanco Public S.cakin . ‘ ?@
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DLUCBTTIS OF 4H€RIC;N HTVOLUTICI, LIMESTOHE CKDLTER'(Kentucky Society Daught- §§
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ers oi ,meriean hevolution), c/o urs. wary e. Davis, maple Leaf Road, nays- V fé
ville. Founded lOEl. Regent, hrs. Iary G.‘Davis. Telephone EEC. Secretary, ·$
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urs. L. alberta brand, hast Second street, naysville. Telephone 74. Terms_ex- px
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Cmmnittees: Americanism, Irs. now Caldwell; Girl Eomemakers, Irs. Ernest ig
. Gordner; Conservation, Mrs. Berry Clerk, all of Navsville., · *§
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y. Purpose: To cherish, mnintoin and extend the institutions of American frecQ—
, om. To foster true patriotism ond love of Country and cid wenkind in secur-
ii ing the blessings of liberty.
‘u_o ; Noniil Civic Activities: Coopcretes with Rod Cross and schools in furnish-
t —,»t ing milk, books ond clothing for underprivileged children.
V’ EEXEEEE Activities: Engaged in Collecting Books. Interested in Hospital
Q end Clinical lssistsnce, First nid, Preparation end Serving of Food, Child
as Core, Collecting Books, Public Speaking, Typing and Other Clerical gssistencc.
J" Loorl Publicrtiensr None.
FIWST PISTJTCT PLHXJT-TELCWHF ;SGOClnTlOF (Stete ond National Congresses,
. P. T. 4,), J/o hrs- Yhlliom Trexel, Hillcrest Terrace, Maysville. Founded
l l9Zl. Preéiiant, Mrs. ldllicm Truxcl. Telephone 679-lL Secretary, Irs. H.
I N. FiJP2r, Edgemont, Maysville. Telephone 252. Txrms exyirc*June, 1945. _
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Q hemhorship: 16. Open to porcnts ond teacher of children cttending school.
T Cmmcinteesz Sociel`Scrvico, hrs. Henry Volker, Tbst Third Street, Maysville.
, Furro ez To m*omote ceoncrvtion between the homo one school.
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} hornei Civic Activities: Cooperating with the school in providing food and
} cloin ng for underprivileged school children.
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an inma, rrepsration and—Eerving oi Food, Operation of Centeons, Child Caro.
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 f c/o 4. L. Everett, 35 East Second Street, Iuysville. Founded l907. rrosident,
;; John Ttrothcr, Secretary, James Downing, Control Hotel, Market Street, Keys-
i ville, Telephone Sl. Terms expire July, l9€5.
,_ ;; ```C Mem@,yghgp,·200, Qunlificctions,.n white mole citizen of good standing.
V it Trustees; Gee. Frey, Ncysville;_Hcrry Svmmons, Lhysvilleg nrcnie Erczze,
_ List Second Street, lkysville.
s- Purpose: Tbrking for the welfare of the community and aiding the unfort-
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_ ”j Normal Civic nctivitics; Ceopcroting with and denotes to Ted Cross, Tubcrcul— N
! 0Sis and Gnncer cnmpoigns, Dxws Stocking Fund and Boy Qcouts.
, §j Defense nctivitiosg Interested in LU$iliiFV Policw.
in local Publications; None. `
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FHnE ndw nCCEPIED MlsOLS, ;MYSVlLL$ ;ODGn5%b2 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky, F. g C
& 4. M.), q/o John Cochran, Court'Stroot, Maysville. Foundcd'l8l6. Poster, § E
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Lager Ralpn Evcnburgh, Fort Bragg, north Caroline. secretory, J. L. Cochran. y _
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Membership; 140. Open to mole mmcrican citizens of good standing and boliev- E i
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Defense nctiv ties; litorested in nuxiliary rolice, nir Maid narden Service, g _
Khxi[iery`?irr Prote~tlon, Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Ser- §
vice, Motor Corps Service, ;mbul;noo Szrvico, Rod Cross Assistance, Publis Q E
Sncekinev Consrmvr Trotoction Qctivitios. §
Local P tlicdtionsz None. , ·· - ·p’. { ;
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GIRL SCOUTJ OF Z;YSVlLLZ Fation l Girl Scouts lne. c o Hrs. Clsrcnce '” L
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_Wood, QO7 East Second 3trcct,_Maysville. Founded l940. Lender, Hrs, — I
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· * “aysvill . Feunded lS?l. Iresident, Liss Stella‘Downing. telephone 652. Term
§ .,l· exoircs January, lQ45. Secretary, Yrs. Sen Cill, Sl? Limestone Street. Term
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‘n i, lonkership; 40. Omen to active women Sunday School “brkersu
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°“T’ _; Purpose; Service and study.
t Q. Bernal Civic Activities: Cooperating with schools in jroviiin; food, cloth-
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_; Defense Activities: Interested in Hospital an; Clinical Assistance, Sewing
j, and Preparation of Sursical Crossings, Preparation awd Serving of Food.
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WLSOH COUTTY nGRICULTURLL COUSELVLTIOH ;SSOCInTIOH‘(Stetc end Hetienol A. Q. §
4.), c/o Hiss Medelyne Maher, 28 Tkst Third Street, Maysville. Founded 1953. Q
President, Fred N. Ring, H. R.-#1, Springdale. Telephone 5204. Term Expires §
1942. Secretary, Miss Nodelyne Donor. Telephone 156. Term indefinite. §
_ remhership: 1,156. Open to melee, sctivoly ongeged—in forming in meson Coun- g
Comiiit-te_e£4 County, Fred M. lling, R.‘l1; #1, Sprinjgdsle; Representing. Ernest  
L. [f$7'Pi-Zf‘$_q ll. ll. #2; £3even.Community, John 12. Poe, R. R. g,¤2, both of lisysville,  ·
Purpose; To ncintmin farmers income and to conserve the soil. §· 1
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’Defer¤o Qetivitic¤T “Interestod in Civilien nircrcft Zbrning Service, Luxil- E p
iery };ro rrotsczic;, Lalvuge Demolition Service, Collection of Scrap Hotels g
pond C4ler letalsn Discussion Lenders. §
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VLGOT VCUNTY FLRI BURE;U, (State and Notionsl Fed ration of Form Bureaus), § —
c/o Ce¤1ty ;gent's Office, Maysville. Founded 1956. Tresident, Stanley. @
Woodwdrd, I. R. 1, Days Lick. Telephone Mays Lick 2536. Secretary, Udmes E ]
Pylec..R. R. #2, Maysville. Telephone 5441. Terms expired October, 1942. Q ‘
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Comricvyisg Progrmn, J. M. Jelton; Livestock, Dr. M. B. nd&mS, R. R. #5, §
Fdyavilleg Crops, "LZQ Robb, D. R.-#1; Legislative, A. H. Calvert, R. R. Q ]
,1, both of ncysville. Q - Y
Pure~ne: To improve the economic and social welfare of Form Folk of Mason § I
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Toraai ’.·.. Citi: Activities: Cooperutes with %—d Clubs and other agricultural § I
. groups. *V “ $ `
Defsrxe Activities: Interested in Civilian Aircraft Turning Service, Lux- ` § I
ilier; Fire Protection, Salvage Demolition Service, Emergenny Repair Service, i 5
¤et*i Corps Service, Red Cross gssistnnce, Collection of Scrap Motels and ii }
Cthcr let ls, Collecting Books, Discussion Lenders. fs 1
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Doris Van Tinklo, n.N.M., B? ;est Third street, neysville. Founded 1929. kT 1
President, Irs. Glenn Tillingford, L, 1.>jl, Y;ysvi1lo. Telephone 460. §
secretary, Ire. J. H. Hutchings H. L. pl, Maysville. Telephone 552. Terms Q. I
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-T¤S *§ _ Membership: EIO. Open to women of rural cmmuunities and farms interested in
5 the pncblcms of heme ccenmnics.
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»¤J¤· p, Committees: Clothing, hrs. H. B. Cordrcy, R. R. yl, Dover; Food, hrs. H. U.
p n Holton. 4. 3. fl, Dover; Citizenship, mrs. Otis Tucker, R. L. p5, Maysville.
'QO§t Q Purpose: To improve living conditions in rural and farm hmnes.
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Q, Normal Civic Lctivities: Soil conservation.
? Defense Activities: Eneesed in Red Cross nssistence Trninind for Pre erst-
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t· ion snr Serving of Fv·n. Interested in Hospital and Clinical gssistancc,
. ,,_, Sewing nn; Pyrrarction of Surgical Dressings, Child Core, Collecting Books,
1Ill' ,1 Discussion Lenders, Typing and Other Clerical issistuncc.
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Locsl ¥u}1icet;ens; Ion;.
_ LASCH @®UjTY TUBQRCULQSIS ;S3QiIiTIOf (Kentucky Tuberculosis issocietien),
_ c/o Dr. Su 7. Christine, Herd Building, Maysville. Founded 1017. Chairmen,
3): [ Dr. C. YQ Christine. Telephone 597. Term expires l942.
5 t Yenhcrehij: 50. Open Ee persons of either sex taking ectivc pdrt in the cause.
{ Committees: gppcinted as needed.
6 Purposcr Ccitrel of Tubirculesis.
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. · Norr;1 Qlvic Lctivities: Cooperating with I. Y. A., Sccectivt Service Bonrds
p · end·other cherity groups. , ‘ ( I
SOD f Defcnsc jqtivitios; Interested in Hospital and Clinieel Assistance, Ped
,2 Cross ;i,?:bsnco, First nid.
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1X* ' Q I;Y£VILU“ ROTQRY CLUB (Rotary International), c/o‘R. A. Browinski,'58 Ybst
?ViCO, J Second S rect, Maysville. Founded 1925. Presidvnt, R. M. Browinski, 1240
ld Q Forest lrenuc. Telephone 1045, Secretary, E. C. Reyes, 13 ”bst Third Street.
j Telcphczu 5iG-R. Terms expired June, 1942.
Q_ Iembership: 40. Open to business and professional men, else Banners.
  Committees; Voc;ztions.l‘Scrvice, J.   incG-ibnc>y, 1241 Forest J-venv.¤; Uermwnity
/0 jf Service, Farry Purncll, Hillcrest; International Service, D. R. indmrson,
· Q 1050 East Second Street, all of Heysvillo.
is I. Purpose: To promote the ideal of service to the community and country.

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Normal Civic nctiviticsz Sponsor of nnnuul clinic for cripplcd childrcn. Q
Dcfcrsc Qctivitics: Intcrcstcd in Air Raid Uhrdcn Sorvico, Collccting Books, §
T;pi;g andFOthcr Cloricnl nssistoncc, Q
Loc r·`, 1 Publicitiomsg Mono. .j
M;YCVTrlT TOjLN'S CLUB (Kcntucky Fcdcrotion of Tomcn’s Clubs; Gcnoral Fodor- i ,
gtior of-Dcmcn's Clubs), 907 East Sccond Strcct, kcysvillc. Foundod l9l2. gg (
Prcsidonte Qrs; Cl¤rcncc Ybod, QO7 East Gccond Strcot, Moysvillo. Tolophonc 5 “
VOB. S crct ry, Err. Conrad Loop, lOl Hsin 3t?OGt• Tclcphono $@5- TGFHS ?‘· I
expire Loy, LQQSV §
icmbcrship# HC. Oprn to rcprcscntctitc womrn who arc intcrostcd in civic § 3
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Cmmvittccs; Book Uopcrtm nt, Irs. J. G. Murphy lOl? East Scccnd Stroct; Gar- g; (
don, Cys. T. H. Morgan, BO Tkct Third Strcct; Dcfcnso and Social Scrvico, A? `
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Lrs. donry .cy,, l;O Cost Tnird Strcct, all oi xoysvzllo. . ;§ ]
Purposc; To providc cultural ontcrtoinmcnt, promotc civic improvcmont, and rg I
giwo aid to nvory Worthy community cntorpriuo. ?i_ '
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_ Iorrnl Civic ictivitics; Sponsor of Tubcrculosis Soul Solo and gleyground 32 · Q
i for wvdxryrivilcgcd children. Contributor to Rod Cross ind Studcnt Loon Q2 *;
· Func. Covpcratzs with vdrious civic cntcrpriscs. Sponsor Community Christ- Q
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Doftns. nctivitics; Engagcd in Pccrcution, Library Scrvico, Collccting Books, .§
lnt»rsotod in Hospital and Clinical gssistincc, lcd Cross gssistanco, Family é 5
Soci ‘‘·. “ oirvicc in lndustriil Lrcas. V zi j
C Lco¢l Pub iortionsg Ho;c. {V l
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T3 I VUETHL CTURCI‘;SSOCl;TIOH, COLCZHD (Stnto and Imtional Conconticn), Q/o i L
— C. 3. Qriyton. lOl5 East Third Strcct, Xcysvillc. Founded lQl3. Prcsidont, 5 E
C. Tc Crayton. Ttlophon: 815; Sccrctary, Tr;. John Guinn, f*st Third E
Stn   an Kklopliozi;. 945. I'»‘·r;;1;: ii¤_d;;f‘initc, V -   C
lJDbL}QhlP: SOO. Upon to malc and fomolo church mcnbors. § 5
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Cowuittous: ~bllorc, Irs. Dcrtio Pccscj Hoot Third Gtroct, Koysvillo. T
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imypqgq; LblV;ro and public czrvico. . ‘ i Q
`Yormal Civic Qctivitits: Cooperating with Kcolth Dcpurtncnt and othcr org- § D
onizztions in any rar; gcy cntastrcphc. %{ Q
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{ i Defense Qetivities; interested in hir Raid Tkrden Service, Auxiliary Fire
1- é ‘ tretection, Emergency Repair Gcrvice,_;mbulcncc Service, Seeing and Prepara-
O‘»·¢¤   tip; of Eiurgical Dressi;1g;s_, Red Cross j;ssj_stance, First (rid, Q°1"