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The Logan County Defense Council is Affiliated _ Q
with the Kentucky Defense Council Q
Frankfort, Kentucky E
Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky §
Chairman g
John_J. Greenleaf, State Director of ’ 2
Civilian Defense Q
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E. J, Felts, Chairman Emerson Beauchamp, Co~ordinator A
Mayer George L. Briggs, Ce-Chairman
Buford Williams M. M. Barclay A
John A. Whitaker T. A, Noe
Homer B, Dorris Dr. E. M. Thompson
Frank Powell Dr. Logan Felts
Themes S. Rhea Miss Margaret Felker  
O. H. MeE¤dy€@ Guy HcMillen j
Roy Larmon Homer Owen Q
Milton Riley Leslie Varble l`
Ce—Chairren Q
Sterling Escue, Auburn g
Charles Baird, Adairville {
H. C, Franklin, Lewisburg ll
Robert Piper, Jr., Olmstead I
This guide is prepared for the official A
use of the Defense Council of Logan County`  
and other agencies engaged in defense work. [
lt should not be made available for commer- A
cial use. Additional copies can be obtain~
ed only at the office of the Logan County
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  AFTERMATH: ACLIFB. OF RUSSELLVILLE `{Federated Aftermath Clubs)-, cyo Mrs. S i <_
  Ui11iamA. Dunsan, Main Street, Russellville. Founded 1896. President,
  Mrs. WilliamA. Dunsan; Term indefinite. ,;_·f$ec·retary, Mrs. John Nesser. _
i Term expires September, 1945. _ .
l Memp;_y_;_ni_pj_ 50. Qua1ifications,,rmu·sft ibe— sponsored by a member and
elected by a two—third majority,
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  Cornm_it;t_e_e1sj_ None reported. V ,,Q’ r . N .
  -1;-`L)i‘;lQS`G·2» To further.- literary appreciation and self-improvement.
  Normal_Civi_c_j\ctivitie_s_: Cooperating with Cancer Control program,
  Community Chest and Crippleid Childrenls Commission. V»
_Qe__i;e_nse_eA_g:_t_i_vjL_’ei;cE: , ·IntereLs_t_ed_ in Nwospital and Clinical Assistance, Q_  `
Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Ried Gross Assistance:} · ,
Preparation and Serving of Food, Library Service, Collect-ing Books, W
Discussion Leaders, Consumer Protection Activities., » V _
I-.9.2e.L.F;¤P.1_$;$=re;¤.%¤2.$,; New- - ~ » ¤   » * .
ALTAR ‘SOC1QETY., ,SACRJ3D _IiEART_ CHURCH, ’c/o Nell O"Bryan,j Main iiotel, V
Russellville,. Founded 1951. President, lips. =Brents_l‘hur-mend, Fourth
Street,=Russe11vil1e. ,T_e1e·phone GQ, _,Secretary,[ Nell O'Bryan. ·Tcrms
expire'},-lay, 1945. Executive;Secretar;r, iReverend·John.-C. Hallahan, 1.’\[inte·r
Street, Russellville. Term indefinite. ‘ 4
  50. Open to residents of  parish whovare practical
catheiies. 1 ’ 5
_CLommitt_e_e_s_E_ None reported. l _
Purposci To. care for the interior of   church.   ‘
Normal  ivit_io·sj‘ Cooperates with any worthwhile project.
Defense A,E:tivitie,s: .1ntere_s_t_e_d'E1_ Seiiringjnd Preparation of Surgical
Dres—sing•s»,_-Ne’dmC_r-o-ss YYss_is·té.nce,—First Aid, Preparation and Serving of
Food, Operation of Canteens, Child Care, Ealntortginmcnt, Collecting Books,
Consumer Protection Activities.
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AMERICAN LEGION RUSSELLVILLE POST #29 (American Legion‘De‘partment of   ‘é*
Kentucky; National American`Legion), c/0 Vernon Miller, Clarksville Road,  
Russellville, Founded 1925. Commander, J. L. Orange, R. F. D. Oakville. ‘ »   ‘
Adjutant, Vernon Miller. Telephone 54-Y. Terms expired June, 1942. _,   M
Membership: 60. Qualifications, service in World War AI.   honorable _ . T  Q
`cTTs`ehar'g`ei therefrom. · · - , —   R
Committees: Child Welfare, Wilbur Bilyen`, Russellville. · , _   E
Purpose: To defend Americanism; promote peace and preserve the memories and    
`incideants of association in World War I. ,. - I   I   I
Normal Civic_Acti_vi_ti_e_s:_-V-`Cooperates with`any social service organization y  T T
ar-Pdmcontributes to any worthwhile project. ' ```‘   '
Delf`_e_n_se_:Aic;t_ivitie_s_r Training- for Auxiliary Police, Public Speaking. 'A   ;
I-n_t<§·p‘sted   Air Raid Warden S ervice, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service,  
`Auxiliary Fire Protection,;Salvage Demolition Serfvice, Emergency Repair ‘  
Service,·Ambulance Service, Red Cross.Assistanc·e, Radio Operation Repair, r PL
Collection of Scrap Metals-and Other Meta-ls, Signal Services, Consumer _ A
Protection Activities. = l » { " r . V ‘ ; y
Local Publications: None. . · j -  
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BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES UNION·(`State and National B. Y. P. U.),_ c/o E. _ . ·
Nourse, Ninth Street, Russellvilley Founded 1931. President,,W0odford _
Mosley, Russellville. Term- indefinite,. T Secretary, Thad. Flowers, Russelle r
ville. Telephone 195. ·Term‘expires;January, 1945. . · · - `
Memb_e_r_s_h_i_p:_ 27. Qualifications, must be over 12 years of age and a E1wr¤n`  
member. A ‘ ‘ _ ° _: * —   my
_C_cn_imi_tte_e_sV:· None reported. l I I _
Piriposel To promote Christian principles among young people}.;   ` _}
_1E>_r;ma‘l_ _C_ivic_  :_ Missionary work and social service work.  
Defe;1_s_e;A~cthiy_itie_si Intyerested  Sewing and Preparation ofMSurg-ical i  
4 Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Entertainment, Collecting Books-.  
£2ail.i#2bli¤.¤f¤i_<;¤5; ·- Nm- in T T I     ri N   r
BOOKER T. Y-UTSHINGTON CLUB, COLORED (State Booker fj. Washington Clubs.), c/0  
e Johnella Dickison, Fourth and Sumner Streets, Russellville. Founded l925. T
President, Johnella Dickison. Secretary, Juran Green, SOO Fifth Street,
Russellville. Terms expire December, 1942.

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A Memoership; 15. Open to Negroes of good character.
Ccnmitteeszl Sick, Rebecca Bibb; Entertainment, Fanny Bell Young, beth of
A Russellville, _ ·`"
. Purpose; Humanitarian work among the·Negro race. ;
Normal Civiq}Mqcivities:_ None reported,
Degense Aetivitiesi lnterestgd`in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Hospital and _
Clinical Assistance, Sewingxa nd Preparation_of Surgical Dressings, Red · `
Cross-Assistance, Child Care, Collecting Books, Consumer Protection Activities,
Local Puelicatiens: None.
( BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TROOP #241 (National Council, Boy Scouts of `
America),_c/o Boy Scout Quarters, Armstrong Street, Russellville. Founded
1942. Sceutmaster, Hugh Barclay, Russellville. Term indefinite.
Memeership: 20. Qualifications, boys not younger than l2 years of age,
able to pass Scout Tests. _ . S
, Committees: Executive, G. B. Williams; Training, N. C. Hancock, both of
Q Russellville. `
Purpose: To develop boys physically, mentally and morally. To aid in
I public service. . A
( Normal Civic,Aotivities: Preewar not reperted.· New cooperating with
  Defense Agencies in di,r¤s to collect metal, paper, ate,
3 Defense Activities: Engaged in Collyctior if Scrap Metals and Other kbtals,
A Collecting Books. Training For First Aid. .
A local Puplications: None.
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, Society; National Beard c" Kissions Frceogterian Church, U. S. A.), c/0
f Mrs. J. W2 Griffin, 55°`J st Fourth Streetp Russellville. Founded 1957. .
, President, Hrs. J.`IL Criffin. Teleg[on~ Zll-R. ,Secretary, Mrs. George
A Page,'Rhea Boulevard, husrellville. Telcjhone 345»L. Terms expired
A March, l9a2. __
§@§®ership: 25. Open to women church membtrs.

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Business Women's Circle, First Presbyterian Church (Continued) é
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Committees: None reported. Q
Purpose; To support financially and otherwise the missionary enterprises “° E
of the church. _ _ ag
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with the local P. T. A. g `
’ Defense Activities: Interested in Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing _Q
and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, E
Preparation and'Serving of Food, Collection of Scrap'Metals and Otber Metals, ;£’
Library Service, Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Teaching Americanization QA
Classes for Aliens and Others, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance, Interv1ew~ jg
ing, Consumer Protection Activities. , · f
c Local Publications: None. ; ,
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Founded 1950. President, Nan Richardson, Russellville. Secretary, Mary T
Ann Shelton, Russellville. jTerms indefinite. L» _ ,  
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Membership; 25. Open to all young people interested in spreading the Gospel. i
Committees: None reported. , ` V _,
Purpose: To promote Christian principlep~among young people.
I Normal Civic.Activities; None.
Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistrnce, Child Care,
Entertainment, Recreation, lollccting Hooks, Typini aid Othnz Clerical .
Assistance. ·
Local Publications: None. A .
» and Natienal`Society D. A. L.l_ c’o lks.`Georwe Rvar, west Sixth Street ‘
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Russel1ville._Founded 192i Jog rt, lbs, htihz rwrrcs Ying, 235 Breathitt
Street, Russe1lville._TelonLonc ·"rA» We-Fg Cevrent, Post ' ?
Office Building, Rusiellvylt;. *rund.` Open tc nny wenan desiring to acquire t
{ further·Vnewledge of heme *t».lss, ·*.‘ l ""
» £T§jOGE_l@dd0f§ ii Feods_ Y¥etTi,;, lnndse¤,i¢‘,C[om. furnishings, Citizenship, V
_ Recreation. ?
A Yurpesoi Education in hwme economies. ‘
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 ·_ Homemakers Clubs, Logan County Council of (Continued)   it
p Normal Civic¥Activities: Cooperating with County Nutrition program for
5 home defense, Logan County Health Unit, Red Cross, U. S. O. and all civic
y organizations.
{ lt\n,Russellville; Tebaeei, G. B. Rice, Adairville; Q
S als aid Creps, J. I. Hrster, Hwmerg "Live at Heme,“E. S. Natsei, Star Haute, l
y Aueurn; eern, L. L. Bredie, R;ute ye, Russellville.
` NOI‘K`.0.l__C_§;ie_ A et   s : C ci ep; rate s with Farm Se cur ity Adinini strat isn, Farm *
Credit Ad inistratiin ard Predueti¢n Credit Asseeiati#n I
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A Logan County Extension Planning Committee (Continued)
é Purpose: Planning extension actiyities with County Agriculture Agent.
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I Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid`Uarden '
t Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
g Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First.
Q Aid Collection of Scrap Nbtals and Other Metals Public S cakin» Consumer
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s, Protection Activities. . c
L Local Publications: None. .
j LOGAN COUNTY FARM BUREAU (Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation; American Farm
’ * Bureau Federation), c/o John R. Watlington, County Agricultural Agent,
Q Russellville. Founded 1925. President, J.Q, Diddlc, Adairville. Telephone
* Adairville`Exchan e. Vice~President Paul Younv Olmstead. Secretari John
_ a , ul` ` S _
_ `W. Stovall, Oakville. Telephone Adairville Exchange. Terms expire April,
j_ 1945} Advisor, John R. Watlington, Russellville. Term.indcfinite. .
‘ Membership: SOO. Open to men and-women interested in agricultural pursuits.
Committees: None. · I“* *"
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A Purpose: Promotion of agricultural interests of the county.
_ Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with 4—H Clubs by sponsoring their
activities. e A · I
Defense Activities: Engaged in Collectienlof Scrap Metals and Other lbtals.
i Local Publications: None.fY » -
LOGAN county %—H CLUB`CCUICIL (National Ceuncilsff %—H Clubs), c/o Nildred
Markham, Russellville, Founded IQBG. P:c/O i
Lilburn Gorrell, Russellville. Founded 1957. President, Lilburn Gorrell.“ . i
Tclcphong 5004_ $Gcygt&yy,`MjsS E, L, Milliken, Russellville. Telephone 555. Q
Terms expire November, 1942. _ {
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Membership: 75. Open to male adults interested in hunting and fishing.  
commit-tees; Finance, H. M. Watkins, Auburn. V ` ‘·  
. Purpose: Conservation of wild life. §
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Normal Civic Activities: None. T
Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Civilian Aircraft ` f
`Narning’Service. · · . Y·-·V Y - `I {
Local Publications: None. =·` ~· A _ Q
LOGAN COUNTY"l@DICAL SOCIETY (Kentucky State Medical Society), c/o Dr. E. M. ' Q
Thompson, Russellville. President, Dr. L. E. Johnson, Adairville. Secretary, 1
Dr. E. N. Thompson. Telephone 152. Terms expire Lnrch, 1945. N
Membership; 15. Open to graduates of an accredited medical school and holding ·
H€E§?e`6 `6r"1>Oe·ee1~ er neiieime. - `
Committees: None reported. J · ` `, I
Purpose: Advancement of medical knowledge and ethical practices. ¥
` Normal Civic Activities: None. _ 5
Defense Activities: Engaged in First Aid, Child Cane. Trainin; for t
Hospital and Clinical Assistance. Interested in Awsulanee Serv ce. A
A Local Publications: None. · A Q
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1940. President, J. N. Hester. Secretary, ”arren Taylor, Russellville. Terms Q
` expired July, l9i2. §
, llmiyrshipz BG. Open te {ll sheep raisers. _ I
Committees: None reported, t
Purpose: To promote better sheep manaqement and marketin&."To safeguard l 5
` sheep from does. _
Horma1¤Civie Activities: Cooperating with University of Kentucky Agricultural
Extension Service. V e `·J i
V Defense Activities: Interested in.Auxiliar Police Air Raid Warden Service A
KT.1,.i--..,i, ,.},, _.--_, ,-,,_ Y s :
· xuxiliary Tire iioteetion, ned eioss Assistance, First Aid,·Censumer
. Protection activities. ,
·e lmpal Publications: None. {

  John R. Watlington, County`Agricultural Agent, Russellville. Founded 1956.
Q; President, Herman Cooté, R. R. #1, Russellville. Secretary, John R. Watling--
  ton. Terms indefinite. _
  1*/E>mb_er;s_ni_pi 16. Qualifications, farmers willing to conduct farm demonstrations
 - Rrith phosphate and lime. O _ _
  Corjmittorls: None reported.     _
 A Purpose: To conduct demonstrations in basic soil treatment.
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