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§ ADERICAN LEGION, HARDINSBURG POST #1 ( National Anmrican Legion ), c/o
L J. h. Watlington, Hardinsburg. Founded 1919. President, T. I. Glasscock,
n ` P. O. Box 149, Hardinsburg. Telephone 77. Secretary, J. H. Uatlingten.
Q Telephone 84-J.· Terms expired June, 1942.
@ Memberships 15. Qualifications, open to men who were in the armed
Q forces during World Nar I,
E Committees: None reported. , p
C Purpose; Patriotic and fellowship to aid World Jar I veterans and their
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3Q dependents. · I
g Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with other American Legion organiza-
§, tions in caring for widows and orphans of Legionnaires. _ N
V Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested in
Q \. Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden Service, Civilian Aireraft`Narning `
Service, Child Caro, Teaching Americanization`Classes”for Aliens and Odiers.
rr Local Publications: None, `J ` , ` 1 ` '
C AMERICAN RED CROSS, ADVISORY COIIHTTEE, BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY CHAPTER ‘ C
if ( American National Red Cross ), c/o Breekinridge County Court Eouse, A
i; Circuit Court(Clerk’s Office, Hardinsburg. Founded 1930. President,
QQ Mrs. O. T. Skillman, Cloverport. Telephone 2061, Secretary, Hrs. Anne
‘? Phelps, Cloverpcrt. Telephone 2882. Terms expired Octobcr,“l9d2.
C Treasurer, Diss Eloise Nolte, Clovorport. Terms indefinite.
T Membership: 12. Qualifications, membership by appointment.
ig Committees: Veteran*s Committee, lbs. Earl Glassock, Hardinsburg; ‘
Q Production, lhs. James B. Fitch; Disaster Emergency, Hugh B. Sevcrs;
Q ; Clothing and Bedding, lhs. James Fitch, both of Clovorport.
3 Purpose:` .Supervise activities of Dreckinridge County Chapter.
Q Normal Civic Activities: Sewing and knitting. Establishment of First
N Aid Stations on Highways. _,
YE Defense Activities; Engaged in Meter Corps Service, Sewing and Preparation
Q Of gnrgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid.
ii Local Publications: None.

  
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BAPTIST TRAINING UNION ( Southern Baptist Convention of B. T. U. ), c/o i
First Baptist Church. Founded l9l8.i‘President, Hubert Stinnett, Hardins— §
burg. Telephone`92—A. Secretary, Jane Fox, Hardinsburg. Telephone l2. g
Terms indefinite. §;· g—, · V é
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Membership: 45. ~ Qualifications, members of Baptist Church, ,» g
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Cormnttees: Adult Union, Hubert Stinnett; Seniors, Nellc Smith; Inter- g
hediatcs,'I&s. L. Seaton; Juniors, las. T. E. Synth, all of Hardinsburg, §
Purpose: Training young persons for Baptist Church membership, ‘ Q
· Normal Civic Activities: Care of the needy, cooperating with Rod Crossv E
programs, V A __ V 4 V Is g
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested in I Q
Collection of Scrap Hetals and Other Hctals, Library Service, Collecting Books. Q ·
Local Publications: None. —I ‘ ·‘ f
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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, HARDINSBURG TROOP #l52 ( National Boy Scotts ef america ), e
Breckinridge County High School, Hardinsburg, Founded 1957. Scout lhster, Q
T. I. Glasseock, Hardinsburg. `Telephone 40¢W, Secretary, John Marion Cashman, §
A Hardinsburg. Terws indefinite. ' ` A ` ‘ ’ f· I HY .M §
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~ Membership: 16. Qualifications, open to boys not less than l2 years of _ {
age who are able to pass Scout tests, _ ` _'I,“, · ‘ » {
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Committees: `Troop Committee John Honnin er- First_Patrol` James Ball- Q
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_ Second Patrol, nubert Stinnett, all of hardinsburg. *’ ‘ · * · g
i_ Purpose: Training boys to becemc.bettcr citizens, Instruction in safety, {
health and first aid. _ §
A Normal_Civie Activities: Cooperating with Red Cross, churches and all civic Q
programs. = ` ”. . I Q ;
` Dpfense Activities; Engaged in Auxiliary Police, Auxiliary Fire Protoction,I I
· Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, First Aid, Training for .;
Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Red Cross Assistance. Interested in j
Air Raid Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Radio Operation {
and Repair, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Ibtals, Entertainment, j
Recreation, Collecting Books, Signal Services, _ F
Local Publications: `Nonc. _ I V I
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:‘ BOY SCOUTS OF CLOVERPORT, TROOP #153 ( National Boy Scouts of America ),
:1 Frederick Fraize School, Cloverport. Founded l958Q President, G, L,
i Tiller, Cloverport. Telephone 2l9l. Seeretary,`U. L. Reid, Cloverport.
gs Terms expire 1945. Scout Master, D. M. Behen. Terms indefinite.
{ Mqmberahipil 25. Qualifications, boys not less than 12 years of age and
y able to pass Scout tests.
§ Committee Chairmen: H. Crafton, G. L. Tiller, Joe Morgan, D. H. Behen,
{ `W. L, Reid, E. Cannon, all of Cloverport.
i Purpose: Training young boys in the principles of safety, health and good
jj citizenship. i _
U Normal Civic Activities: Heleine 'in Salva e`Scr¤ Material Drive for Federal
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. g use. Cooperating with schools and Liens Club. `
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° -; ;DGICH&O_AGtlV1UlCS2 Engaged in nsd,cyesc Assistance, First Aid. Interested
Q ` in Collection of Scrap Hotels and Other Metals. .
{ Local Publications: None. ` _ _ V
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D ii BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY CCXiNHlTY_COUNCIL,_Breckinridge County Court House,
"’ { Hardinsburg.‘ Founded 19iO. President, Mary A. Rhodes, Hardinsburg.
ld Teloehone 754U. Secretar Las. Flov L·on -Harmod.- Telephone ODO4. Terms-
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t lhnbership: lO._Qualifioations, open toZcivio`loaders.S ` 4 _
{ Committees: Publicity, Mrs. T. E. Smith; Program, Hrs. lhrshall Norton,
§ both of Hardinsburg. ·
gf Purpose: To plan a community program and coordinate county welfare work.
gI Normal Civic Activities: `Uorking with Housekeeping Aide program. Rod
ip I · Cross, church organizations and county public agencies. ' ·
- ji Defense Activities; Interested in Red Cross Assirtince, Collecting Docks.
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Q BRECKINRIDGE COUITY FARM BUREAU ( State and National Farm Bureau Federation ),
QH Hardinsburg, Founded 1920, President, W. Q. Hoerman, Glendean, Secretary,
qi H. B. Severs, Cloverpert. Terms expire January, 1945. V
pi Membership: 260. Qualifications, open to all persons interested in _
Q agriculture.- · · C _.‘ · _
Q Committees; -None.l A H -_ » `
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Brackinridge County Farm Bureau ( Continued ) Q
Purpose: Helping to protect farmer's interests. · A
‘ _ Normal Civic Activitiesr Extension service in cooperation_uitn·Eniversity
of Kentucky; ° »» V . _
Defense Activitiss:¤*Nonc}_,,l, V _ _ J
A Local`Publicaticns:, Earm·Progress, ( Monthly ). ~
. CITY TRUSTEES OF HARDINSBURG, Farmers Bank, Hcrdinsburg. Founded l875. ~
Manager, R. T. Dowell, Hardinsburg. Telephone l—J. Secretary, Milton I
I _ Coke, Hardinsburg. Telephone l?l#W, Terms expire January, 1945, - V
Membcrshi : 5. Qualifications: br election. I
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Com ittees: None. I U * `· · . A `
Purpose: lhnagenent of H:rdinsburg’s affairs and business. Q
L ` Normal Civic Activities: Cooperate with Red Cross, W. P.`A., N, Y. A., Boy V
and Girl Scouts, etc. ` ' i` ° ; _ 4
Defense Activities:‘ Engaged in, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Red Cross C
Assistance.
Local Publications: rNone. _l ~
CLOVERPORT VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTlENT,`c/B Hanman’s Furniture.Storo, ` L ‘
Cloverpert. Founded 1942. Frcsident, Morris Bandy, Cleverpert. Secretary, e
Charles Black, Cloverpert. Terms expirc‘January, 1943, _ :—_ _
V _ Nmmoprsnip: 26, Qualifications, open to young mon of Cloverpert possessing
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Committees: None, ‘
Purpose: Prtventien of and fighting fires in Cloverpert. A
Normal Civic Activities: None. Y
Deionse activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Preparation and
Servi `.*r g of Food, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals. Training
for Auxiliary foliee, Air Raid Warden Service, Auxiliary Fire Frotectien,
Salvage Demolition Service, Arbulance Service, First Aid. Interested in '
i Operation of Cantoens, Entertainnmnt, "m`*”"`·`
Local Publications: None.
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Q FREE AID ACCEPTED BACK 3, BRECHIIRIDCE COUNTY LODGE‘UG7 ( Grand-Lcipe of
{ Kentucky, T €,A. IL ), Zhsonic Temple, Chin Ctrect, Iirdinsburg. Pcvnded
E 1821. raster, Jaul Cha:bliss,_Herdinsbur;. Secretary, Guy Gibsrn, Y;?€iuS—
Q bur;. ·Telepbone 92-J. ~eernS ckpire January, ISGS.
g T§mbar$hiQj 95. Qualifications, open to white adult rmles acceptable to
j . ‘ the members. · `_
Q_ Cerrittees: Lone. · · ·
Q' Purposei Fraternal, social and the prenet;en`of _oed citizenshi .
`T _Nonnal_C{vic,MqQivities: Maintenance of Masonic Home for elderly Nbsons.
> -‘ their widows and orphans. I
{ Defense Activities: ·Interested in Discussion Leaders, Signal Services,
§ Interviewing. V
I Local Publications: None. _
E IRVINGTON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION ( State and National Congresses of "
Q P. T. A. ), c/o Mrs. Herbert Crick, Irvington. Founded l959.` President,
Q Mrs. W. H. Brown, Irvington. Telephone 42-R. Secretary, lbs. Herbert
V §j Crick.- Terms expired October, 1942. l `I .
§»* ‘Membership:`·25. Qualifications, open to parents, teachers and interested
{ individuals. _ A _
I Committees: Nona.
t I Purpose: To further educational activities at Irvington School.
- E · - Normal Civic Activities: Sponsor of School Lunch Project.
’ Q Defense Activities: Engaged'in Preparation and Serving of Feed. Interested `
Q in Auxiliary Fire Protection, First Aid, Child Care, Collecting Books, Typing
LU, j and Other Clerical Assistance.
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I I Local Publications: ¤None. · =`
°j IRVINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTEENT, Irvington. Founded 1952. Fire Chief,
IQ AW. R. Parks,·Irvington. Telephone 42-J or 42#U. Secretary, F. G. Robbins,
T Irvington. Terms expire January, 1945. _,
3 Membership: 18. Qualifications, open to young men residents of Irvington.
4 Committees: None reported. ’ ` ·~
§ Purpose: To protect the town of Irvington from fires.

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Irvington Volunteer Fire Department ( ·Continued   » . y  
Normal Civic Activities: None other than fire protection. '. I  
Defense Activities: Engaged in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Collection of Scrap  
_ Metals and Other Metals. Training for Air Raid Warden Service, Civilian Air·· ~ ·
craft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection. Interested in Ambulance
Service. .
Local Publications: None. j
` MIGAZIHE CLUB OF HARDIHSBURG c o Mrs. J. R, Eskridwe Hardinsbur . President A
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Mrs.'J. R. Eskridge. Telephone 485. Secretary, Hrs, C. V. Robertson, Hardins-· `
· burg. Telephone 58. Terms expired October, IQAZ. . ~ A
Q Membership: 18. Qualifications, by invitation only. ! l s`
Committees: Proeram lbs. J. E. Kincholoe· Comoter: Mrs. Wade Pile ·both of  
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I Hardinsburg. ’  
Purpose: A l_iterary and study club. { A '_ _ _  
L Norma]. Civic Activities: Sponsors caro_ of two `eomoteries. Z I, _` _ I  `
, Defense Activities: Interested in Collecting Books, Discussion Leaders. _- * 
Local Publications: None. v {
MISSIONARY _SOCIETY OF CUIIBERLAND PRESBYTERI1"»1I, CHURCH (Board of Foreign.  
. Missions, Presbyterian Church, U, S, A, ), c/o lxtrs. Russell Durbin, Irvington. —
" Founded 1928. President, Mrs. Henry Bandy, Irvington. Secretary,»lErs.
Russell Durbin. Terms expired Nay, 1942. ’
Membe_nshi`p: 14. Open to women members efrthe Cumberland Presbyterian Church. _ I `
  Co_:Ej:it·teo·s; Christian Service, llrs, S. T. Byars; Pastor's Aid, Mrs. Ella  
I `Easham; Flowers and Sick, 3-Kiss Ruth Durbin, a1l_ of Irvington.
Purpo_s_e;_ To promote a greater interest in missions. ·
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» _1;Ior;ma'1•_Qivi·c; j`»c»t·iviti_o_s L Cooperating, with Lied Cross, _ _ _
Dei`e_rr%;Aj`;eti_viti_e_s_:_ Errg_e;g_e_d   Collecting Books. Interested in 'Sewing and -
_Proparation of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance. _ `f
Local Publications: None, _,
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AQ PRESBYTERLAN MISSIOHARY SOCIETY ( National Board of Missions ), Irvington.
P Founded 1902. President, Miss Edith Lewis, Irvington»" Telephone 18. . V
Q Secretary, Mrs. J. M. Herndon, Irvington. "Terms expire March,~l945. H j~
1 Q Membershigi ,10. Qualifications, open to women members of Irvington. D ‘
° { TWEsbyterian Church. ¢¢;` ·_··
E Committees: None;. .f. ` ` l `
; Purposel To extend missionary work at home and abroad. " . ·_
i Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with Red Cross. it A [Z V
2* E. Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistanee.· Interested in First _
Q Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food. ‘
{ Local Publications: None. A '
it ,ROTARY CLUB 0F‘HARDlHSBURG` ·Rotarv.International e o A, iurr aw Beard-
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» Hardinsburg. Founded 1940. iPresident, A, MurrayrBcard. Telephone 37._
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  Secretary, rlobart hints, Hirdi-;1sburg._ Tele;¤h©a<> 118. ·T©1‘F¤S,¤Xp1F¢d..J¤lYs`
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Q Membership: 24. `Qualifieations, reputable professional and business men
E by invitation only. -¤.i<· · A~ _Q
5 Committeesi lbrhership, Joe Teaff; Attendance, Earl Glasscock; Boys '
%· "Werk R. J. Rehemman· Communitv-Service Paul Pace- Proeram Earl Glasscoakx
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{ Vocational Service, Frank Haynes, all of Hardinsburg, - _ _ '
Q Purpose: Civic service and community imprevenene. i···j·, V., . _ _
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{ Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with W. P, A. School Lunch Project, `
_ Q School Citizenship Program, obtaining a County Health Unit, Cormmnity
» A Christmas Prorram ,.’
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Q `Defense Activities: _IHL€TQSt0§ in.Au;iliary Police, Air Raid Warden.
ea Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
g Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, Motor Corps Service,
A Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance, First Aid, Entertain-
? ment, Recreation, Discussion Leaders, Public Speaking, Research Assistance,
{ Interviewing, Consumer Protection Activities. ,
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E5 J Defense Activities: Enra ed in Sewin· and Preparation of Surzical Dressings.
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rg Intgrosted_gn Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Meter Corps Service, Anhu-
_Oh »€ lance Service, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation and Serving of
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·g Food, Operation of Cantoens, Collection ef Scrap metals and Other lmtals,
y Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others, Teaching Americanization
Ei Classes for Aliens and Others, Teaching Spanish and Portuguese, Teachingl ·
Q Classes of Map Reading and Skctching, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance.
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{ Local Publications: None.
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é WOMENVS NISSIONARY SOCIETY, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ( Kentucky Wenen's
Q Miss ionary Union ), First Baptist Church, Hardinsburg;` Founded l9lO, A
jf President, lbs. J. B, Richardson, Hardinsburg, Telephone 2-J, Secretary,
sg Mrs. Jane Fox, Hardinsburg, Telephone I2, Terms indefinite, ·
F lbmbership: 416.- Qualificaticns,¤opcn to the women_members}of the First I
T g Baptist Church of Hardinsburg; · I · J `A `, A 4 ;
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QQ Committees: Personal Service, Hrs, Guy Gibson; lhssion Study, Hrs. T. E. V
h § Smith; Stewardship, Nelle Smith, all or Hardinsburg. A ` ,»~ `
Q Purpose: To promote missionary work at home and abroad. _ ; , , _
{ Normal Civic Activitiesé Cooperates with charitable organizations aiding
X Negroes and other needy, ___ , 4 a ·
ai Defense Activities: Engaged"in Rod Cross Assistance, Interested in I , ’ .
.,·, $ Collecting Books, _l —_ J. ‘ »" `° I _ , `
ii Local Publications: None, r _ · rpt ·
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.C WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY IETIODIST CHURCH { Louisville Conference· ]btho—
n ) J i J \ __ ( I
' { dist Church ), Irvington, Founded lQlO, President, rms, J, A, Sandbach,
_§ Irvington, Secretary, lis. C, C, Orr, Irvington. Terms expire January,
VCr' I Nembership: 40, Qualifications, open to all women members of the Methodist
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§ Committees: None reported,
Ad Purpose: Ihssionary extension work at home and abroad,
, Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with Rod Cross.
3 Defense Activities: Interested in First Aid, Preparation and Serving of Food,
Q Local Publications: None.

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WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILE, c/o Hrs. George A, Beard, Hardinsburg. Founded 1915. Q
President, lbs. George A. Beard. Tolephene'lS5;_ Secretary, Mrs. Franklin r
Brite,Hardinsburg. Terms expire January, 19&5, ‘ ` I ‘» ‘
Membership:‘ 17, Open to business women who are members of Ibthedist Church,
Committees: Local Church Activities, Lillian Glassceek, Hardinsburg. · »
Purpose: Supporting church wolTare‘Werk._ - j r _ _‘
Normal Civic Activities: Aids in the maintenance of the`Hardinsburg lhssien ·
by providing feed and clothing·_
L Defense Activities: Interested in Collection of Scrap Ihtals and Other Metals,
Collecting Books, Discussion Leaders,_Typing and Other Clerical Assistance. I
` Local Publications:' NoneQ_', ` LC { - t p
YOUNG WOHEN'S AUXILIARY, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kentuckv Yeun Wemen's Auxilia _
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First Baptist Church, Hardinsburg. Founded_l940. President, Niss Anna Beard,‘ E
Hardinsbur .` Tele hone l2O4W. Seeretarr khss.Emma Lee Stinnett Hardinsbur¤•
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Telephone l2. ¤Terms expire January, 1945. _ _
Membership: 8. _ Open te girl members of the church between the ages of 17 and
f E5 years. _, he . _ _ _ _ ‘ ` V _ A
I Committees: Persenal,Service, Christine Jones; Program, Betsy Hendrick, beth `
of Hardinsburg. ` A " ` ·° *‘ · 1,. A <
Purpose: lhssien.werh study, — ° N .`.· '_ »
L Normal Civic Activities: Charitable work among the needy and institution
L inmates. » *f N
__Defensem&ptivitiesi `Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings,
V Fed Cross Assistance, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance.
, Local Publications; None, _A l f A · I _‘ A ·» ` _ `
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g TYPES OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES LISTED
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{ Air Raid Warden Service
Ambulance Bervice
é Auxiliary Fire Protection
18, ` Auxiliary Police
E Child Care
i Civilian Aircraft Warning Service
E Collecting Books
{ Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals
i Consumer Protection Activities
ary), I Discussion Leaders
,` ; Drafting
ga F Emergency Repair Service
1 Entertainment
S § Family Social Service in Industrial Areas
nd § First Aid
i Hospital and Clinical Assistance
T Interpreting
, K Interviewing
Q Library Service
Motor Corps Service
g Operation of Canteens
$ Preparation and Serving of Food
i Public Speaking
Y Radio Operation and Repair
g Recreation
LgS, Red Cross Assistance
Research Assistance _ 4
‘; Salvage Demolition Service
E Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings
Q Signal Services
Q Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others
Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skills nccded in Defense Industries
S Teaching Classes of Hap Reading and Sketching
> Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
{ Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
T Typing and Other Clerical Assistance

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 I ALPHABET ICAL INDEX
{ Amorican Lcgion, Hardinsburg Post #1, 1
y‘ Amcrican Rod Cross, Hardinsburg, l
4 r Baptist Training Union, Hardinsburg, 2
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y Boy Scouts of amorica, Hardinsburg Troop ;l5E, 2
i~ Boy Scouts of Clovcrport, Troop ynss, B"
g Brockinridgé County Community Council, 3
' T Brcckinridgo County Farm Buroau, 4
Y City Trustoos of Hardinsburg, 4 I
_; Clovorpcrt Voluntcor Firc Dopartmont, 4
YY Froo and Accoptod Ihsons, Brookinridgo County Lodgo j£7, 5
· 1; Irvington Paront-Tcachor Associatitn, 5
»; Irvington Voluntocr Firc Dopartmcnt, 5
·§ Magazinc Club of Eardinsburg, 6 ‘
· ·; Missionary Socioty, Cumborland Prcsbytorian Church, Irvington, 6
I Q Prosbytcrian lhssionary Socicty, Irvington, 7
i Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, 7
{ Sonior lhssionary Socioty, Mothodist Church, Hardinsburg, 8
' St. Romualds Altar Society, Hardinsburg, 8
in i "Wcmon's lhssionary Scoioty, Baptist Church, Irvington, 8 `
C `Womon's Ihssionary Society, First Baptist Church, Hardinsburg, 9
Wcmon’s Missionary Socicty, Lbthodist Church, Irvington, 9
. `Wcslcyan Sorvico Guild, Hardinsburg, 10
· Young Womon's Auxiliary, First Baptist Church, Hardinsburg, 10
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_ INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS BY TYPE OF
A A .. .Pl3.€E.AISF..A@T.¥`LI?I»- .T_?AI$iFEG ,§23,-F€?iEYiE.$E
, Ekplanation of Symbols; A- "Engaged in", B1 "Training for", C-
"Interested in? ‘ Q l ` `
' Numbers following A, B, or C, indicate page entry in Directory.
AIR RAID WARNING SERVICE S 4 I _
_ _ American Legion, Hardinsburg Post fi, C-I; Boy Scouts of
—‘ I ;fAmerica, Rardinsburg Troop=#l52,~C—2; Cloverport Volunteer
’ Fire Dept}, BeA;_Irvington Volunteer Fire Dept., B-5; Rotary
_, Club of HarQinsburg,UC-7; i ‘ · " V
AIBULANCE SERVICE V
Cloverport Volunteer Fire Dept., Beég Irvington Volunteer
Fire Dept., C—5; Rotary Club_ofHHerdinsburg, C~7; Women's
Missionary Society, Baptist Church, C~8. F · l V
AUXILIARY FIRE PROTECTION l;`i I `t:“ ‘
It AhericancLegion, Hardinsburg Post #l,*C—lg Boy Scouts*of
America§~Hardinsburg Troop #152, A—2;`City Trustees oft
Hardinsburg, AeA; Cloverport Volunteer Fire Dept., B—4;
Irvington P. T.`A., C—5; Irvington'Volunteer Fire Dept.,
A, D—5; Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C-?. y
AUXILIARY POLICE ’" `i'¥“~ P V »° U- U "
F Boy Scouts of America, Hardinsburg Troop #152, A—2; Cloverport
Volunteer Fire Dept., B-4; Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C-7.
'CHILD`CARE   ’ I       l .,
.American Legion, Hardinsburg Post-fl, C—l; Irvington P. T. A.,
C,-5. `
CIVILIAN AIRCRAFT WARNINC SERVICE ·‘" '
.American Legieg, Hardinsburg Post fi, C-l; Boy Scouts of S
A p America, Hardinsburg Post #1, C-2; Irvington VolunteerfFire y
i` Dept., B—5;`Wonen's Ihssionary Society, Baptist Church, C~8.
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_ COLLECTING BOOKS _
Baptist Training Union, C—2; Boy Scouts of.America, Hardinsburg _ -
Troop #152, C-2; Breckinridge County Community Council, C-5;
- Irvington P. T. A,, C-5; Magazine Club of Hardinsburg, C-6;
Missionary Society, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, A—6; Women's
Missionary Society, First Baptist Church, C-9; Wesleyan Service __
Guild, C—lO. ·
COLLECTION OF SCRAP METALS AND OTHER METALS V .
Baptist Training Union, C—2; Boy Scouts of America, Hardinsburg
Troop #i52, C-2; Boy Scouts of Cloverport, Troop #153, C-5;
· Cloverport Volunteer Fire Dept., A—4; Irvington Volunteer Fire
Dept.,·A—5;"Women’s Missionary Society,-Baptist Church, C-8;
i Wesleyan Service Guild, C—lO. _
l CONSUM R PROTECTION ACTIVITIES
Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C-7. A
DISCUSSION LEADERS ` · _ is °' y
I F. & A. N., Breckinridge County Lodge f£7, C—5; Magazine Club
of Hardinsburg, C-6; Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C-7; Wesleyan
Service Guild, C¤lO. _ ·
· EMERGENCY REPAIR SERVICE ’ U S _ `Q
Boy Scouts of.Ameriea, Hardinsburg Troop jh52, A-2; Rotary
Club of Hardinsburg, C-?. {
3 ENTERTAINMENT y
5 Boy Scouts of.America, Hcrdinsburg Troop #152, C-2; Cloverport
Volunteer Fire Dept., C—4; Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C-?.
··FlRST AID
American Red Cross, A-l; Boy Scouts ef.America, Hardinsburg
Troop #152, A¤2; Boy Scouts of Cloverport Troop #l5Z, A-3; `
Clovcrport Volunteer Fire Dept., B—4; Presbyterian·Missionary
Society, C~7; Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C—7;`Women’s Mission-
‘ ary Society, Baptist Church, C-8;"Ucmcn's Missionary Society,
. Methodist Church, C-9, A _ — ,4 »
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· HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL ASSISTANCE ‘-
° _-   .— _,Boy Scouts of America, Hzirdinsburg Troop #152,- Be`2; Rotary
I I Club of Hardinsburg, C-7, ‘ . ` V Q  
'T _ INTERVIEVTBFG P ` - -— -.
` - V C E`. 8: A. M.`, Bféokinridge County Lodge ·¢;],%'7, gz-sg Rotary Club
_ _ of Ho,rdin'sburg, C-?. ` 4
LIBRARY SERVICE A an
Boptist Training Union, ’G-S2. l L l N l
MOTOR COPRS SERVICE V l A U
  ` ._; ,; · A.E3l€·I'i§O9-Z3. Tied Cross, ;`§·?I; Rotéixjy Club: of Ilardinsburg, C-7.
OPERAT ION OF CAETTEENS . V - _ _ · T V U-
`u‘fome11's ICissi;>ns·rj_·· Society, _Baptist illxxrcii, C-»C.  
`_ TPL5.1l·£`...Li"LTLiC·i?LAIED-S-2RVI1—T(i`iOF $001) ` `   l ` _ . t , A F
I\r1e;r1?.c1=.n ;`icG Cross, ii`-}.; Clovv: ·‘_~ ard; J`=:Q§.r;*·Lcc:r `*‘;Lr¢e Do;jL;.',“£;-·é;` ·
Irvington P. T. A., A-5; Presbyterian Missionary Society, C-·'7; '
Women‘s Missionary Society, Baptist Church, C-8; Women's Society, ,
Methodist Church, ICTQI,   _ A bi . . 1 » · . - . .  
+.. · ·` n ‘ l _ O , 2 · —‘ C V i
- PUBLIC SPEAKING I 4 . T
Rotary Club oi"Ho.rdinsburg, C-$-7.
  RADIO OPERATIOR AND REPAIR ‘ at “ H
Boy Scouts of America, Herdinsburg Troop #152, C··2. P l *
I momiiozw.- I ` E i   ‘ - V   A y
Boy Scouts of America., Herclinsburg_ Troop =,Q¥l52, C—2; Rotary  
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RED CROSS ASSISTANCE i
American Legion, Hardinsbiurg Post #1, A-1; American Red`Cross,
_A-1; Baptist Training Union, A-2; Boy Scouts of America,
Hardinsburg Troop #152, B--2; Boy Scouts of Cloverport,‘Troop
#155, AQ-3; Breckinridge County Community Council, C-5; City
Trustees of Hardinsburg, A-4; Cloverport Volunteer Fire Dept;,
A-4; Missionary Society, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, C-·6;
' Presbyterian Missionary Society, A-7; Senior Missionary Society,
~ Methodist Church, A-8; Women's Missionary Society, First Baptist
Church, A-9; Young Women's Auxiliary, First Baptist Church, C··lO.
RESEARCH ASSISTANCE , _
` Rotary Club of Hardinsburg, C-7. A V A .
A SALVAGE DEIIOLIT ION SERVICE. ‘
_   · . ._ _ Boyficouts _of_America, Hardinsburg Troop #152, A-2;' Cloverport
` ` `Volunteer Fire D‘ept7;,`B¥·4i · ` . . . » ,; S;
SEWING AND PREPMATION or SURGICAL DRESSINGS — yy;   ,,
. ' Missionary ·So4c`Iiety,. Cumberland }iresbyte_rian.Church, C—6;
St. Romualds Altar Society, C4-8; Women*s Thssionary Society,
Baptist Church, A-·8; Young Women’s Auxiliary, First Baptist'
Church, C·-IO, ··i-    J f - ‘ _ _ V -- 4
`y _ I A SIGNAL·SERVICE·_ _- ` Y1 A · ¤       ;,__: l   it
Boy Scouts of America, Har`di·n·sburg Troop #152, C-2; F, & A, M.,
Breckinridge County Lodge #57, C-5, ‘
· TEACHING AIERICANIZATION CLASSES FOR ALIENS AND OTIERS
American Legion, Hardinsburg Post #1-, C-al; Women’s Missionary
Society, Baptist Church, C—8.
TEACHING CLASSES OF MAP READING AND SKETCHING
Women's Missionary Society, Baptist Church, C-8, _ A.
TYPING AND OTHER CIERICAL ASSISTANCE   · -
A II’Vi11§gi3011 P. T· A., C-5;'Women's lfissionary Soc ioty, Baptist ‘
Church, C¢·8;.Wes1eyan Service Guild, C··10; Young Women’s
p   ,_ __ I_.Auxi_1iary, First Baptist Church, C-10, L p

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