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ii ‘William H. Arthur, Co—ordinator
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JE lhyor J. T. Pennington, Chairman
g Robert B. Hutchinson, Co—ordinator
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i’ AMERICAN LEGION, CLARENCE FIELDS POST #76 (National American Legion),
P Eighteenth and Market Streets, Ashland. Founded 1919. Commander, E.C·
U Downs, 2429 Clinton Street, Ashland, Telephone,2765. Adjutant, E.E.
t Heyl, 2412 Montgomery Avenue, Ashland, Telephone,Park 294. Terms
F expired June,l942.
l Membership: 445, Qualifications, a veteran of`World War I with an
(C honorable discharge. . _
it Committees; Americanism, National Defense, Child Welfare, Membership,
ll Publicity. ` I
ij Puipoie: To uphold and defend the Constitution of The United States of r
§ America and to safeguard and uphold justice and freedom.
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l Normal Civic;AetiKities: Promoting Americanism. Cooperating with _ .
  child welfare programs and community service enterprises. 4
Q Defense Activities: Engaged in Air Raid Warden Service. Training‘fon
l Auxiliary Police. Inteiested in Civilian Aircraft Warning Service,
( Auxiliary Fire Protection,"Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair 7
l Service, Motor Corps Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical ‘
I Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross
% Assistance, First Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food, Operation of
Canteens, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child Care, Radio i
A Operation and Repair, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, ’
{ Entertainment, Recreation.
l Local Publications; None. S U f
( AMERICAN RED CROSS,·BOYD COUNTY CHAPTER (American National Red Cross),
  208 Mayo Arcade, Ashland. Founded 1917. Chairman, John C. Vigor, 916
g Second National Bank Building, Ashland, Telephone 245. Executive
Q Secretary, Mrs. Helen Miller, 208 Mayo Arcade, Ashland, Telephone l902. A
A Membershipzl Open to any resident of Boyd County contributing one U
l dollar or more annually. (Voluntary services also accepted from _
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i Committees: Production, (garments) Mrs. Samuel R. Curry; Home Nursing
Q. and Nurses Aides, Mrs. Fred Cross; Production, (surgical dressings) i
  Mrs. Paul Blazer; First Aid and Accident Prevention, P. J. Wonn, Jr.,
if all of Ashland. _ ,
l Purpose: Services to the men in the armed forces and their families,
~ mitigation of conditions resulting from disaster, and child and adult ·
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Normal Civic Activities: First aid classes, production of war relief §
clothing, home nursing and advice on nutrition. V i
Defense Activities; Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid_Warden lg
Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Motor Corps Service, Ambulance g
Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing and Preparation up
of Surgical Dressings, Preparation and Serving of Food, Operation of g
Canteens, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child Care, ig
Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Typing and Other Clerical é
Assistance, Interviewing, Consumer Protection Activities. Q
Local Publications: None. 3
ASHLAND COUNCIL OF PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS (State and National Q
Congresses of Parents and Teachers), 1509 Montgomery Avenue, Ashland. fg
Founded 1927. President, Mrs. Orel Fraley, 1509 Montgomery Avenue,‘ 2Q
Ashland, Telephone 1497. Secretary, Mrs. O. B. Lhxwcll, Bellefonte, g
Telephone 1942. Terms expired March, 1942. é
Membepship; 5,000. Qualifications, any one interested in child. ng
welfare. _ · _ E _ Q
r · Committees: Safety, Mrs. Earl Stafford; Publicity, Mrs. John Shaw; 1 `Y
° Founder's Day, Mrs. O. B. Stafford; Home Room Advisor, Mrs. C. P. _ Q
Sinnett, all of Ashland. pt ,. li
Purpose; To assist in the welfare of children and youths in the_ _ Q
A home, school and community. I. E
Normal Civic Activities; Furnishing free school lunches and clothing 2%
for children. Sponsoring dental and health clinics and promoting good g
citizenship. '_ ‘ l ` V U A _ Lg
i Defense Activities; Engaged_in Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Operation j@
of Canteens, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child Care, Radio Q
l Operation and Repair, Entertainment, Recreation, Library Service, Collect- me
ing Books, Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Teaching Literacy Classes ij
for Aliens and Others, Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and `A
( ’ Others. Training for Teaching Spanish and Portuguese, Interviewing. YH
f Interested in Typing and Other Clerical Assistance, Air Raid Warden li
L Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, _ T
i Local Publications; None. ' Ei
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F Chambers of Commerce), Henry Clay Hotel, Ashland. Founded 1959.
V President, William Hemlepp, Jr., 818 Twentieth Street, Ashland,
I, Telephone SOOO. Secretary, Charles Kopp, Twenty—ninth Street,
l Ashland, Telephone 500. Terms expire June, 1943.
Y Membership: G5. Qualifications, business and professional men of
M good character, 21 to 55 years of age inclusive.
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l; Committees; Youth welfare, J. C. Kelly; Fire Prevention, Donald
l~ Freer; Conservation, J. N. Johnson; Social Safety, W. D. Russell;
; Public Health, Clifford Morris; Americanism, K; W. Brickey; Aviation,
1 Charles Gartrell; Local Journal, Charles Kroll, all of Ashland. (
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i Purpose; To improve civic and social life of the City, State and
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E Normal Civic Activities; Cooperates intermittently with numerous
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l Defense Activities: Interested in Hospital and Clinical Assistance,
5 Collecting of Scrap Metal§`and Other Metals.
i Local Publications: "Jaycee Journal". 1
l ASHLAND KIWANIS CLUB (Kiwanis lnternational), c/o H. S. Dorsey, {
A Ashland.i Founded 1921. President, T. S. Hope, Hope Laundry and ?
l Cleaners, Ashland, Telephone BSO. Secretary, H. S. Dorsey, Ken-
Q tuckyewest Virginia Power Company, Ashland, Telephone $100. Terms
  expire December, 1942.
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Q Committees; Agriculture, W. E. Hearing; Finance, Dave Aronborg;
Q Publicity, J. T. Pbrris; Public Affairs and Citizenship, S. R.
_On [ Curry; Underprivileged Children, Earl Woavcr,,all of Ashland. Q
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’di2 l Purpose: Promotion of better business standards.
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SGS E Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating with Community Chest in child I
~   care; with sohools—ln_fceding indigent children and sponsoring Boy »
3 Scout Troop. ` _ V . - · I
l Qifonse Activities; None as an organization. Aimnmors willing to · 1
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l Local Publications; "Kiwanis Club Bulletin" (weekly). C Pl, A ‘

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Q Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #942 (Continued)
g Committees: National Defense, Wm. R. Thompson, Chairman; K. D. Harper,
}f both of Catlettsburg.
Q Purpose; Fraternal and charitable,
5; Normal Civic Activities: Contributing to Needle Guild of Catlettsburg,
E Kentucky, and Kenova, West Virginia. Sponsors Boy Scout Troop.
I ,i`V Defense_ActiXities: Iptepested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden ‘
Q Service, Civilian Air Craft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
S Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, Motor Corps Ser- I
{ vice, Ambulance Service, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Discussion
Q Leaders, Public Speaking, Teaching Amerieanization Classes for Aliens
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S Local Publications: None.
 
, BOYD COUNTY COMMUNITY CHEST (American City Bureaus )§econd NationalB¤¤k i
A Bldg.,Ashland.Fbunded 1956. President, H. H. Mcifitt, c/b C. and 0.‘
Railway Company, Ashland, Telephone 273. Secretary, E. Paul Willians,
i Second National Bank Building, Ashland, Telephone‘2600. Terms expired
;_ October, 1941. Executive Secretary, Helen Dillow, 800 Birch Street, _
it Ashland, Telephone 1606. Term indefinite.
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I Purpose: Helping and advising needy people in the conmmnity. {
4, Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with Salvation Army, Young`
Wbmcn's Christian Association, Young Men's Christian Association,
_ Red Cross, Federated Charity, Union Mission.
T. Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden T
,, Service, Civilian AiFeruft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
» Salvage‘Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, Motor Corps
· Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing I
‘ and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First
Y” Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food, Operation of Cantccns, Family U
* Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child Care, Collection of Scrap 5
·V Metals and Other Metals, Entertainment, Collecting Books, Discussion
i Leaders, Public Speaking, Consumer Protection Activities. . M
l Local Publications; None. ‘ I T 4 .
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EASTERN KENTUCKY AUTOMOBILE CLUB (American Automobile Association), p
209 Seventeenth Street, Ashland. Founded 1932. President, James T. Q
Norris, c/o Daily Independent, Ashland, Telephone 2440. Secretary, p
N. W. Dendy, 209 Seventeenth Street, Ashland, Telephone 687. Terms E
indefinite. · _ %
Membership; l600. Qualifications, a reputable citizen. §
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Committees: None, · §
Purpose; Good reads, safety and traffic law inforcement.; E
A Normal Civic Activities; Furnish safety posters for schools, é
cooperating with School Boy Patrol and working for improvement i
of roads and highways. ‘ V;
Defense;Activities; Interested in Motor Corp Service, Public Speaking. g
Local Publications; “Weekly column "Auto Notes", published in Ashland g
Daily Independent. §
FEDERATED CHARITIES OF BOYD COUNTY (Family`Welfare Association of g
America; Louisville Community Chest), Eighteenth Street and Greenup §
Avenue, Ashland. Founded 1925. President, Rev. T. M. Cooper, Eleventh g
Street and Bath Avenue, Ashland, Telephone 2071. .Secretary, Anna M. §
A Russell, Eighteenth Street and Greenup Avenue, Ashland, Telephone §
1958. Terre indefinite. ;§
ypmbershipg l4. Qualifications, interest in public welfare. @
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Committees: Child Welfare, Mrs.`William Carp; W.P.A.; Mrs. Chas.i . QE
Gortroll; Sewing Room, Mrs. Guy Treadway; Community Chest, Rev. T. =@
Cooper; City Government, Rev.‘Garis Long; County Government, Charles §
Russell; Finance, Edgol Ibere, all of Ashland._ · E
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Purpose: To foster wholesome family life and meet community needs. gg
A Normal Civic Actiyities; Furnishing food, fuel and clothing to 4 ‘ ii
· needy families and solving family problems. T fg
T Dpfonse Activities; Engaged_in Family Social Service in Industrial ig
Q Areas, Child Care. Training*fpr Motor Corps Service, Ambulance Service, i§
t Hospital and Clinical Assistance, First Aid, Preparation and Serving Q?
{ of Food. Interested_in Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Sewing and ,§
, Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Rod Cross Assistance, Operation of QQ
· Canteons, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Entertainment, ;§
2 Recreation, Library Service, Collecting Books, Discussion Leaders, i§
1 Public Speaking, Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others. §§
` Local Publiiations; None. ig
 
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2} FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, ASHLAND AERIE (International Fraternal
jg Order of Eagles), 1518 Carter Avenue, Ashland. Founded 1958. Presi-
§ dent, S. U. Sohmers, 2101 Hilton Avenue, Ashland, Telephone 1779.
TT Secretary, J. W. Willis, Jr., 2416 Winchester Avenue, Ashland,
Q‘ Telephone 581. Terms expired June, 1942.
F Membership: 450. Qualifications, white, male, of good character.
3 Committees: None reported; `
A Purpose; Fraternal insurance and welfare of its members.
A Norma1_Ci2ie;Aetivities: Provide shoes for indigent school children,
; weekly. 1
ip Defense Activitiisg Specifically none. Willing to cooperate in any —
( defense activities the organization is called upon to do. ( p
A Local Publications: None. J
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FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, HAMPTON LODGE¤#255 (Grand Lodge of ‘ *
Kentucky F. and A.M.), e/e James R. Barboe, Hampton Lodge #255,
A F. & A.M., Catlettsburg. Founded 1858. lhster, A. J. McBride,
Catlettsburg, Telephone 1800. Secretary, James R. Barbee, 4709 J
t Boyd Street, Ashland, Telephone 785. Terms expire December, 1942.
!, Membership; 160. Qualifications, adult males approved by membership. {
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Committees: None reported.
. Purpose; Social and fraternal.
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Normal Civic Activities; None reported.
· Defense Activities; lnterested—in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden
3 Service, Motor Corps Service,iEnbulance Service.
i Local Publications; None.
;‘ FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, POAGE LODGE #525 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky,
, F. & A. M.), Fifteenth Street and Central Avenue. Founded 1855. lbster, ‘
Q E. R. Uright,Ashland, Telephone North 2515. (worm expires 1945. Sec- `
• _' retary, G. W. McNei1ly, 2024 Winchester Avenue, Ashland, Telephone {
i. Main 15. Term expires 1945. `
ln Mbmbership: 550. Qualifications, males, 21 years of age, residents f
T of Bellefdnte and Ashland. ` ` ‘ V
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Normal Civic Activities; Investing all surplus funds over operating E
expenses in War Bonds. §
Defense Activities; Specifically none. Organization willing to é
perform any services when and if called upon. 3g
Local Publications: None. _ §
4 HAHEY SCHOOL PAREHT—TEACHDR ASSOCIATION (State and National Congresses of Q
Parents and Teachers), c/o Haney School, Fourth`Ward, Catletts- ' E
burg. Founded 1918. President, Mrs; Ray Ruby, 1410 Center Street, Q
Catlettsburg. Secretary, Edna McKee, Louisa Road, Catlettsburg, p
Telephone North 201, Terms expired Hay, 1942. Q
- Membership; 25. Qualifications, teacher, parent or any person §
interested in child welfare. *§
Committees: None. é
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HATFIELD SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION (State and'National Con— §
gresscs of Parents and Teachers), c/o Hatfield School, Catletts- Q
burg. Founded 1922. President, lis. Enya Daneron, 5309 Oakland ‘ ~§
Avenue, Catlettsburg. Secretary, las. Denver Cole, Cemetery Road, jg
Catlettsburg, Telephone 422. Ternn expired May, 1942. g
° Ubnmorship; 50. Qualifications, teacher, parent or any one interested g
; in child welfare. . IQ
Committees: None reported. g
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ment of child welfare. Q
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=_ and Serving of Food, Child Care, entertainment, Library Service.
.; Interested in First Aid,
Q Local Publications: None.
N LIONS CLUB OF ASHLAND (International Association of Lions Clubs),
lg c/o John W} Woods, Jr., Third National Bank Building, Ashland.
§ Founded 1924. President, John W] Woods, Jr., Third National Bank
Of g Building, Ashlan , Telephone ll80, Secretary, Boone Logan, c/0 {
i Second National Bank, Ashland, Telephone SOOO. Terms expire July,
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3 Membership: 50. Qualifications, members must be business or
lj professional men and not more than two from any classification.
if Committees; Sight Conservation, F. S. Crawford; Improvement,
E; Strother Hynes; Community Betterment, G. Q. Tredway; Health,
Q, Welfare and Safety, H. E. Douglass; Old Clothes Drive, A. W}
¤ Allemang, all of Ashland.
,l,V Purpose; Promote good governzent, improve civic, social and moral
y welfare in the community and mutual understanding among business men.
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I Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating in campaign for funds at K
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_ Christmas ior needy children; assists Federated Charities in
i, collection of used clothing for undcrpriviledged.
{Q Defense Activities; Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Harden C {
§· Service, Civilian Aircraft‘Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
*5 Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, lbtor Corps Scr-
a vice, Ambulance Service, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Operation of ~
?€ Canteens, Radio Operation and Repair, Collection of Scrap Metals and
gi Other Metals, Recreation, Library Service, Collecting Books, Discussion
Q} Leaders, Teaching Literacy Classes for`Aliens and Others, Teaching'
d Y} Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others, Research Assistance,
f? Typing and Other Clerical Assistance, Interviewing, Teaching Classes
Q in Mechanical Skills Needed in Dcfcnsc Industries, Consumer Protection y
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i. NEEDLEWORK GUILD OF IJERICA, CATLETTSBURG BRANCH (Needlework Guild j
;, of America, Inc.), c/o lhs. Green Ross, 3164 Oakland Avenue, Cat- V
Q lettsburg. Founded l92S. President, Kiss Augusta Rogers, Twcnty— .
f third and Broadway Streets, Telephone l92. Secretary, Mrs. J. R.
i. Mitchell, 2ll2 Broadway, Catlcttsburg, Telephone l. Terms expire
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Membership; 14. Qualifications, women interested in the cause. g
Committees; None. l E
Purpose: Gathering and distribution of clothing for school children. i
Normal Civic Activities; Purchase and distribution of shoes to E
school children with funds derived from Community Chest. §
I Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical S
Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Child Care, Collection of Scrap Q
Metals and Other Metals. n
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Local Publications: None. §
ROTARY CLUB OF ASHLAND (Rotary International), c/o Henry Clay Hotel, §
Ashland. _Prcsident, J. T. O*Connell, c/o Ashland Monument Company, g
Ashland. Acting Secretary, John S. Hager, P.O. Box 223, Ashland, g
Telephone Oak-1554. Terms GXPiT@ July. l943• E
Membership; 77. Qualifications, two members from each business or _ %
professional classification. . *’ §
Committees: R. O. Club, I. L. McAlister; Boys Work, Alex S. Chamber- VE
lain; Crippled Children, Rev. Joseph S. Fauleonerg Underprivileged °§
Children, D. J. Marvin Salmon, all of Ashland. §
‘ Purpose: Civic bettornwnt. §
Normal Civic Activities: None reported. · g
Defense Activities} Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden ' Q
Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Q
Salvage Demolition Service, Motor Corps Service, Ambulance Service, }§
. Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Q
_ Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation and Serving %
‘ of Food, Operation of Canteens, Family Social Service in Industrial §
A Areas, Child Care, Radio Operation and Repair, Collection of Scrap §
» Metals and Other Ihtals, Entertainment, Recreation, Library Service, g
{ Collecting Books. Q.
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Q SECOND WARD PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION (State and National Congresses pi
{ of Parents and Teachers), 5232 Oakland Avenue, Catlettsburg. Founded §
i 1925. President, lis. Ray Meek, 5232 Oakland Avenue, Catlettsburg, §§
2- Telephone 2. Secretary, Mrs. Marie Stivcrs, Twenty-third and Walnut 2§
1 Streets, Catlottsburg, Telephone 418. Terms expired May, 1942. ;§
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S Membership: 1lO. Qualifications, teacher, parent or any person
Q interested in child welfare.
S Committees; None reported.)
if Purpose: To further welfare of school children.
ff Normal Civic Activities: Assisting needy children by furnishing
* them necessary school books.
il Defense Activities: interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical {
§? Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation and Serving
E* of Food, Operation of Canteens, Entertainment, Recreation, Library
;* Service, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance. M
'A Local Publications; None.
I THE SALVATION ARMY (The Salvation Army, Inc.), 1219 Carter Avenue, Q
s Ashland. Founded 1900. President of Advisory Board, Dr. J. D.
Williams, Second National Bank Building, Ashland, Telephone 530.
Secretary, Mrs. Louise E. Rule, 1415 Lexington Avenue, Ashland, I
e Telephone Main 647. Adjutant, Ted Morris, 1219 Carter Avenue,
Ashland. Terms indefinite.
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Membership: 157. Qualifications, acceptance of doctrinal faith, l
A compliance with rules and regulations.
' Committees: None. . {
y Purpose: Spiritual, social and mental uplifting of mankind.
it Normal Civic Activities: Religious character building and relief,
3} cooperating with Community Service and all other relief agencies.
§‘ Furnishes lodgings to transients.
Q1 Defense Activities: Interested in Preparation and Serving of Food,
L Collecting of Scrap Lwtals and Other hhtals.
Q_ Local Publications: None. A A I
Qi WELFARE LEAGUE, c/o Miss Rebecca Patton, 2Sl4 Walnut Street,
P Catlettsburg, Founded 1925. President, Miss Rebecca Patton,
’ Telephone 104. Secretary, Mrs. Joe Spears, Broadway, Catletts-
5 burg, Telephone 79. Terms expired October, 1941. .
?' Membership: 18. Qualifications, any one interested in social and 1
— civic activities.
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Committees; None. · i b
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. Purpose; Extending aid to distressed and needy. §
Normal Civic Activities: Paying rent for alien family; maintaining g
a Tonsil Clinic in cooperation with School Nurse; making cash Q
donations to needy individuals. §
Defense Activities: (Interested in Red Cross Assistance, Collecting §
· of Scrap Metals and Other Metals. I I Q
Local Publications: None.‘ 5
`WOM N‘S CLUB OF CATLETTSBURG (Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs), Q
e/o Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, 2112 Broadway, Catlettsburg. Founded 1951; Q
President, Mrs. Marvin Prichard, Catlettsburg, Telephone 569. . E
Secretary, Mrs. Alex Hume, Catlettsburg, Tekzphone 507. Terre §
expire May, 1944. " ‘ ‘ E
Membership; 105. Qualifications, women interested in social culture. gg
Cpmmittees; Education, Nutrition, Women in Defense, Public Welfare. ii
V Purpose: Culture of members and promotion of better living conditions 1%
in the community. 3
1 Normal Civic Actiyities; Cooperating with the Red Cross in making a
- garments, assisting A.W.U.S., local U.S.O. organization, and spon-" Q
( soring a Girl's Scout Troop. Q
s Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested_in i
Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Collection of Scrap §
Metals and Other Metals. 3
i lpcal Publications; None, A g
1 YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (State and National Y.M.C.A.), E?
i Thirteenth Street and Carter Avenue, Ashland. Founded 1900, President, 3
I J, T. Norris, Ashland Publishing Company, Ashland, Telephone 2440. Q
A Secretary, Howard Van Antwerp, Second National Bank Building, Ashland, f
g Telephone 1214. Executive Secretary, C. MQ Nicholas, 1108 Bath Avenue, OQ
A Ashland, Telephone 445. ‘Terms indefinite. E
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` character. §
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f _ Committees: Executive, J. T. Morris; Budget, R. D. Davis; Membership, g
Q Harry Kent, R.R., H. S. Scott, Ashland; Personal, J. P. Colliner;
Q Citizenship and Fublie Affairs, Dr. Orville Wheeler, all of Ashland.
E Purpose; Physical, spiritual, social and mental development of young
Q men and boys.
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E Normal Civic Activities: Operate colored playgrounds, furnish
fg equipment to city operated Central Park, sponsor 75 amateur athletic `
i league teams. · ~
ig Defense Activities: Engaged in Preparation and Serving of Food, Opera-
g tion of Canteens, Entertainment, Recreation, Library Service, Teaching,
ij Amerieanization Classes for Aliens and Others, Typing and Other Clerical
g Assistance, Interviewing. Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid
Z Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Pro-
g tection, Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, Motor _
Q Corps Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance,
Q Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance,
j First Aid, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child Care,
{ Radio Operation and Repair, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other
it Metals, Collecting Books, Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Teach-
* ing Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others, Interpreting, Teaching
P Spanish and Portuguese, Teaching Classes of Map Reading and Sketching, _
g- Drafting, Signal Services, Research Assistance, Teaching Classes in
; Mechanical Skills Needed in Defense Industries, Consumer Protection
{ Activities.
Q Local Publications: None.-
ii YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (Young Womens Christian Association A
_; of U.S.A.), l524 Central Avenue, Ashland. Founded l927. President, kms.
ty Roy Pope, 1405 Chestnut Place, Ashland, Telephone ll67. Term expired
‘ fi January, 1942. Secretary, Kathleen Clayton, l524 Central Avenue, Ash-
`I, land, Telephone Oak—2l96. Term expires September, l942.
mi Membership: 247. Qualifications, must believe in the betterment of
is religious, social life and fellowship. J
’ ii Committees: Personnel, Mrs. Donald Putman; Public Affairs, Mrs. R. T.
jl Caldwell; Industrial Girls, Mrs, Marian Doolittle; Business Girls, i
’ it Mrs. Jas. Anderson; Publicity, Miss Louise Beard, all of Ashland. Q
E. EEEQOSG: To build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the ·
;‘ task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social
Qf iiving to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. "ln this’
fe Gndeaver we seek to understand Jesus, to share his love for all people, “
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Normal Civic Activities: Work with all women and girls over l2 years Q
of age for better religious and social living. §
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, §
Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Entertainment, Recreation, Q
Library Service, Collecting Books, Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking. g
Training for Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Preparation and Serving §
of Food. Interested in Air Raid Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft ’ Q
Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Emergency Repair Service, g
_ Ambulance Service, Radio Operation and Repair, Teaching Literacy Classes Q
for Aliens and Others, Research Assistance, Interviewing. Q
Local Publications: None. E
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i Air Raid Warden Service _ ~
§ Ambulance Service
E Auxiliary Fire Protection_ -
fi Auxiliary Police
Q Child Care
§ Civilian Aircraft Warning Service A
é Collecting Books
Q Collection of Scrap Metals and Other_Metals
{ Consumer Protection Activities l
2 Discussion Leaders 1
E Drafting
{j Emergency Repair Service ·
  *l`,· Entertainment
f Family Social Service in Industrial Areas
  First Aid _
f Hospital and Clinical Assistance
Z Interpreting -
t· Interviewing
ji Library Service 4
I Mbter Corps Service
_A Operation of Canteens
i Preparation and Serving of Food
{ Public Speaking
Q Radio Operation and Repair · . · y
Q Recreation
§y Red Cross Assistance , -
{ Research Assistance
g Salvage Demolition Service ‘ »
e Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings
_ ?_ Signal Services .
Li Teaching Ammricanization Classes for Aliens and Others
l Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skills Needed in Defense Industries
f` Teaching Classes of Map Reading and Sketching ` ,
T Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
ii Teaching Spanish and Portuguese V I
{ Typing and Other Clerical Assistance‘ , '
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i ALPHABETICAL INDEX g
American Legion, Clarence Fields Post #76, l ;
American Red Cross, Boyd County Chapter, l Q
A Ashland Council of Parent-Teacher Associations, 2 E
Ashland Junior Chamber of Commerce, 5 §
Ashland Kiwanis Club, 5 7 3
Ashland Union Mission, 4 ii, g
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge=#550, 4 A §
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lcdge—#942, 4 » · ‘g
· Boyd County Community Chest, 5 - Q
Eastern Kentucky Automobile Club, 6 c ~ yi
Federated Charities of Boyd County, 6 Q
Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ashland Aerie, 7 i
Free and Accepted Masons, Hampton Lodge #255, 7 Q
Free and Accepted Masons, Poage Lodge $525, 7 __ i
Haney School Parent—Teacher Association, 8 _ *`l §
Hatfield School Parent—Teacher Association, 8 E
Lions Club of Ashland, 9 ’§
° Needlework Guild of America, Catlettsburg Branch, 9 g
Rotary Club of Ashland, lO g
V Second Ward Parent-Teacher Association, lO E
The Salvation Army, ll A Q
Welfare League, ll g
Women': Club of Catlcttsburg, 12 A-;; Q
e Young hbns Christian Association, l2 7 . Q
_ Young Womens Christian Association, 13 . _ .—· Q
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E INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS BY TYPE OF
F DEFENSE ACTIVITY, TRAINING OR INTEREST
é Explanation of Symb