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with the Kentucky Defense Council
Frankfort, Kentucky
Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky
Chairman `
John J. Greenleaf, State Director of A
Civilian Defense
CAITBELL COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL
Judge Odis W. Dertlesman, Honorary Chairman
W. D. Anderson, Chairman
Cliff Specht, Deputy Exec. Officer
Randolph Wadsworth, Controller & Communications Officer
Charles Tillinghast, Deputy Controller & Communications Officer
Dr. George W. Brown, Chief of Emergency Medical Service
J. L. Plummer, Chief of Transportation
Hilton Lape, Chief of Food & Housing
Sol Youtsey, Hospital Josephine Meyers, Nurses
Lambert Hehl, Red Cross James ZcFarland, Red Cross
COORDINATORS
W. D. Anderson, Newport Randolph Wadsworth, Fort Thomas
John Shoptaugh, Bellevue Charles Spier, Cold Springs
Olin U. Davis, Dayton E. R. Reiley, Alexandria
Cliff Specht, Southgate Steve Shcanshang, Grant Lick
Al. Swope, Highland Heights Ben Veynan, Uilders A
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Religious and Welfare Organizations.... .......................... A ..... ll
Parent-Teacher Associations ........ . ........,.............¤........... 55
Civic Organizations ........¤. . ...................................°.... 59
Fraternal Organizations and Societies .»............................... 55
Professional and Technical Associations .... A ................‘ . .... . .... 75
Miscellaneous Organizations ........................................... 79
Types of Defense Activities Listed. .................................. . 87
Alphabetical Index ...............................................¤.... 89
Index by Defense Activities ........... . ...... . ........................ 95
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AMERICAN LEGION (BELLEVUE AND DAYTON), EDWARD W. BOERS POST #155 (American
Legion, Department of Kentucky, National American Legion), City Building,
Bellevue. Found ed l929.· Commander, Ray C. Smith, 651 Eighth Avenue ,‘
Dayton, CO 8942. Adjutant, William Huhn, 479 Foote Avenue, Bellevue.
Terms expire May, 1942. _
Membewipz 119. Qualifications, auveteran of World War l with an honor-
able discharge. -
Committees.: Child Welfare, Karl Koehler, l56 O'Fallon; Executive, De
Forest Clephane, 904 Taylor Avenue; both of Bellevue.
Purpose: Aid to World War veterans. `
,Normal Civic Activities; 'Cooperates with Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and
volunteer fire department, school boy patrol, Americanism.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Auxiliary Police, Red`Cross Assistance,
First Aid, Child Care, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals., In-
terested in Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
Ambulance Service. Registration of members for volunteer defense activi-
ties: Yes. Forms on file with commander. '
Local Publicatoionsg None. l s ‘
ANERICAN LEGION- AUXILIARY, EDWARD W. BOERS UNIT #155 (American Legion ·
Auxiliary, Department of Kentucky, National American Legion Auxiliary),  
City Building, Bellevue. Founded 1929. President, Mrs. Lillian Duell, . _
325 Union Street, Bellevue, HE 5658. Secretary, Mrs. Selma Campbell,
Second Avenue, Dayton.· Terms expire May, 1942. ` `
Membersh ip: ll. Qualifications, wife, sister, daughter or mother of  
World Wa`r_`veteran.
Committees; Child Welfare, Mrs. Lil·lian Brooks, 14l Washington Street, _
Bellevue. * A — l , _
Purpose: To assist the American Legion and promote Americanism.
Normal Civicictivitifsz Child welfare. i
Defense Activities; EngageicLi_n Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Child
Care, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals. ,
Local Publications: None. ‘ V
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AMERICAN LEGION, JAMES WALLACE COSTIGAN POST #11 (American Legion, Depart- ji
ment of Kentucky, National American Legion), 22 East Sixth Street, New- if A
port. Founded 1919. Commander, Richard Waldemeyer, 714 North Fort Thomas 7; C
Avenue, Fort Thonas, HI 5010. Adjutant, Peter Feilen, 555 East Fourth f T
Street, Newport, HI 4289. Terms expire July, 1942. A Ae g
Membership: 325. Qualifications, a veteran of World War l, with an . I
honorable discharge. ` V E
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Committees: Memorial, Ervin Dorne, 46 Fifteenth Street; Social, Frank F
Schwed, 204 Linden Avenue; Sick, Robert Nelson, Eleventh and York Streets; -1 E
all of Newport. ` y I
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Purpose: Betterment-and welfare of veterans of World War 1. . it
Normal Civic Activities; Promotion of the general welfare of the community Q _
an  good citizenship. . “ 5 _
Defense Activities: -Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, he 3
Entertainment, Recreation, Collecting Books,Discussion Leaders, Teaching 1
Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others, Teaching Americanization Classes
for Aliens and Others, Research Assistance, Typing and Other Clerical As-
sistance, Interviewing. Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden A
Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning`Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection,
Salvage Demolition Service, Emergency Repair Service, Motor Corps Ser-
V vice, Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance. V
( Local Publications; None.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, JAMES WALLACE COSTIGAN UNIT #11 (American
Legion Auxiliary, Department of Kentucky, National American Legion Aux- »
. iliary), 22 East Second Street, Newport. Founded 1950. President, Mrs. Q
Margaret Weimer, 79 Grandview Avenue, Newport. Secretary, Mrs. E. Schmitz,
( · East Second Street, Newport. Terms expire August, 1942.
t£_ Membership: 97. Qualifications, mother, wife, sister or daughter of a
.f§ member of`the American Legion.
i·V Committees: Sick, Mrs. E. Gerhartstein, Lexington Avenue; Americanism, I
e Mrs. A. B. Shinkle, Maple Avenue; Publicity, Mrs. E. C. Deitz, Vine
_ » Street; all of Newport.
ri- Purpose; To assist the American Legion, also cooperating with civic
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I Normal Civic Activities; Child welfare. l 4
. Defense Activities; Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress-
,» ings, Red Cross Assistance, Child Care. Training for First`Aid. Inter-
· ested in Entertainment, Recreation, Library Service, Collecting Books,
f Public Speaking. .
Local Publications: None.
 
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AMERICAN LEGION, ROBERT D. JOHNSON POST #98 (American Legion, Department
. of Kentucky, National American Legion), 24 North Crescent Avenue, Fort
Thomas. Founded 1955. Commander, J. Sherman Risch, 24 North Crescent
Avenue, Fort Thomas, HI 4748. Adjutant, A. R. Clapp, 105 Robson Avenue,
Fort Thomas, HI OIOO. Terms expire June, 1942.
Membership; 52. Qualifications, World War l veteran with honorable
discharge.
Committees: Americanization, S. R. Tiffany, 719 South Fort Thomas
Avenue; Aluminum collection, F. H. Starr, 66 Saint Nicholas; both of
Fort Thomas.
Purpose: To give aid to disabled war veterans and charitable institutions.
_ Normal Civic Activities; Child welfare.
Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden
Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital
and Clinical Assistance, Red Cross Assistan e, First Aid.
Local Publications; None.
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, ROBERT D. JOHNSON UNIT #98 (American Legion
Auxiliary, Department of Kentucky, National American Legion Auxiliary),
Alexandria and Grandview, Fort Thomas. Founded 1955. President, Mrs.
Myrtle Koehler, 26 Linden, Fort Thomas, HI 160l. Secretary, Mrs.
Cecilia Vollmer, 19 Sherman, Fort Thomas, HI 4412. Terms expire August,
l942.
Membership; 44. Qualifications, mother, wife, sister or daughter of
veteran of World War l. .
Committees; Child Welfare, Mrs. Olga Horn, East Sixth Street, Newport;
Americanism, Mrs. Bertha Albert Brentwood, Fort Thomas. '
Purpose: Aid to veterans and their families._
Normal Civic Activities: Child welfare. _
Defense Activities; Interested in Hospital and Clinical Assistan e,
Sew1ng—and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Aid, Operation of
Cantcons, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Collecting Books,
Typing and Other Clerical Assistance.
Local Publications: None.
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AMERICAN LEGION, SIMON GOSNEY POST #219 (American Legion, Department of   ]
Kentucky, National American Legion), Alexandria. Founded 1940. Commander, w
Clem J. Ensweiler, Alexandria, TH 1565. Adjutant, H. Carman, 57 Dumfries ij, A
Avenue, Fort Thomas, HI 0856. Terms expire December, 1942.    
_ Membership; 55. Qualifications, at veteran of World War 1, with an   .
honorable discharge. — · A _ I
Committees; Publicity, Milton Lape, Fifth and Central, Newport; Ways A
N and Means, C. Ensweiler, Alexandria. ` in .
Purpose: ‘ Promotion of ideals of the American Legion and protection » A
of tho interests of the veterans of World War l. A
_ Normal Civic Activities: Assistance to the Red Cross, the County Board
of Education and t`}E`lE`ca1 troop of boy scouts. ·
Defense Activities; Interested in Air Raid,Wa1·den Service, y -
Auxiliary Fire Protection, Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical I
Assistance, Red Cross Assistance, Interpreting,. Interviewing. ‘
Local Publications: None. ·
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA, LOYALTY COUNCIL #14 (National Council Daughters
of America), 550 Taylor Avenue, Bellevue. Found cd 1907. Secretary,
· Mrs. Anna Technow, 1005 Maple Avenue, Dayton.· Term expires June, 1942.
‘ Membership:. 176. Qualifications, must be American born, male or female
* sixteen years of age or over. _  
- Committees; Sick, Mrs. Joe Knopf, 251 Riverside Drive, Newport; Ways p
and Means, Mrs. Margaret McCormack, 555 Sixth Avenue, Dayton; Social, -
Mrs. Estella Schafer, 917 Baker Street, Covington. A y p
  Purpose: Cooperating with public school, defend our flag and native U
  land; social organizations in the interest of child welfare. A
  Normal Civic Activities; None. U g
ji Defense Activities; Engaged in Entertainment, Rocreat ion. Interested-
in Child bare. ‘ · ` ‘ _
  Local Publicat ions; None. A ‘
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 DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA, McKINLEY COUNCIL #18 (National Council Daughters
of America), Fraternal Hall, Bellevue. Founded 1901. Councilor,
Elizabeth Fisher, Ross and Berry Streets, Bellevue. Secretary, Edith
Goodwin, 480 Foote Avenue, Bellevue. Terms expire June, 1942.
Membership; 182. Qualifications, native American white women of
good character. Belief in Supreme Being.
Cpmmittees: Entertainment, Mrs. Phoebe Becker, 512 Berry Street,
Bellevue; Orphan, Mrs. Grace Krogman, 550 Grandview, Bellevue; Sunshine,
Mrs. Adeline Smith, 951 O'Fal1on, Dayton.
Purpose: Fraternal and patriotic. I
Nprmal Civic Activities; Cooperates with all civic organizations.
Defense Activities;. Engaged_in Child Care, Library Service. Interested
in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Red _-
Cross Assistance, Entertainment, Teaching Literacy Classes for-Aliens
and Others.
Local_Publications: Neno. g'_ V.
PATRIOTIC C DER OF AMERICANS, BELLEVUE CAMP #1 (National Patriotic
Order of Americans),'Fraternal`Hall, Bellevue. Founded 1909. President,
Mrs. Lillian Elliott, 651 Fifth Avenue, Dayton. Secretary, Mrs. Bessie
M. Sipe, 454 Sixth Avenue,·Dayton. Terms expire December, 1942.
Membership; 19. Qualifications, native white women of sound character.
Committees;" Sick, Mrs. Carrie Mueller, 921 Fourth Avenue, Dayton; N
Arrangement, Freda Mayer, 917 Fourth Avenue, Dayton.
Purpose; Promote and instill·patriotic interest and endeavor.`
Normal Civic Activities: None. · . V V
Defense Activities; Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings, Red Cross Assistance. · I
Local Publications; None. A. yi
PATRIOTIC ORDER OF AMERICANS, CAMP #4'(National Patriotic Order of A R .
Americans), 28 West Seventh Street, Newport. Founded 1911. President,
Mrs. Mary Hugle, 512 East Second Street, Newport. :Secretary, Mrs. Kate
Fienaur, 1509 Blair Street, Vmlnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, WO 8157.,
T•rms`expire December, 1942. · T
Membership: 10. Qualifications, sister, mother, wife or daughter of _ 4
male member of the order.

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Patriotic Order of Americans, Camp #4 (Continued) _ · i
W Committees: Social, Mrs. Mary Gordon, 2l7 Columbia Street, Newport. ‘ Q
Purpose: Welfare of members. .
Normal Civic Activities: None. "U ali! 7 I
Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance, Child Care. It
Local Publications; None. ° A ' U _ 4 l I
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_ SONS OF AMERICAN LEGION, JAMES WALLACE SQUADRONF#ll (American·Legion), 22 Q
East Sixth Street, Newport. Founded 1935. President, Ray Aufting, Dayton.
Secretary, Ben Vhichman, c/b Fred Voss Planing Mill, NGWPOFN, CO 8$6l• `
Membershipy 28. Qualifications, son of an American Legion member in good
standing. ‘ ' _
Committees: Nona. V I . A A » · . Q
Purpose: Training boys to become better citizens. if
Normal Civic Activities; School boy patrol. ’ , , I _, »l if _D
Defense Activities: Interested in Air`Raid Warden Service, Red Crossgl , _
* Assistance, Radio Operation_End Repair, Collecting Books.
Local Publications: None. A A ` in t I
V UNITED EX—SERVICE MENS’SOCIETY OF AMERICA INC., llOl Central Avenue,
, Newport. Founded 1938. President, E. J. Jarvis, 225 Walnut Street, A
Q. Southgate. Secretary, T. L. Baxter, llOl Central Avenue, Newport, CO
W ; 7407. Terms expire December, 1943. _ _ I _ > (
A" Membership; l2. Qualifications, honorable discharge from United States
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l Committees: None. _ I P ._
ii: Purpose: To be helpful to ex-service men and teach the contents of the
p ` State and United States Constitutions. . _
" Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with public service_programs. _
I Defense Activities: None. i A “ J Yr N _ A ` L_
Local Publications; None. _.
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UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS, ALEX. M. *`FE§‘!fill,RILL AUXILIARY   {National
United Spanish War Veeterans), Sixth and York Streets, Newport. Founded
1916. President, "Mame Reardon, 405 East Pearl Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Secretary, Mrs. Nellie Carter, 1128 Second Avenue, Dayton, C0 5911.
Terms expire January, 1943. ‘
Membership; 100. Qualifications , relative of Spanish Amerie an Var
veteran and an American citizen.
Committees: Memorial, Ruth Frommel, ll2 Van Voast Avenue, Bellevue;
`FE`mbership, Delia Rickerson, 226 East Tenth Street, I=le<;1por‘t; Americanism,
Emma Maxmiller, 206 Southgate, Newport; National Defense, Willa Mcliibben,
612 Oak Street, Newport; Child °~*felfare, Cappie Snowden, '7l2 York Street,
Newport; Hospital, Elizabeth Geule, 32l Third Avenue, Dayton.
.__ PurI§_e_: Create patriotism, humanity and proper reverence for the flag.
Normal Civic Acitivit ies; To provide for the Spanish American Var
, veterans. _P. —--—_——
Defense Activities: Engaged in Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Child
Care, Entertainment , Interviewing.
Local _Public ati ons; None .
VETERAIIS OF FOREIGN WARS, CAMPBELL COUNTY POST #3205 (National Veterans
of Foreign Wars), c/0 Ray Layfield, Melbourne. Founded 1934. Commander,
Joseph Ledford, Alexandria. Adjutant, Ray Leyfield, Melbourne, CO 3120.
Terms expire April, 1943. — -
Membership; 50. Qualifications, foreign service in the United States
Armed Forces during war.
Committees: Publicity, Milton Lape, Fifth and Central Streets, Ne‘vp0r’t;
Membership, Ed Ochs, Cal ifornia.
Purpose; Perpetuation of American ideals- and promotion- of the best
interests and welfare of the community.
Normal Civic Activities; Cocperates with the Boy Scouts, liilk Fund
and the Chamber of Commerce in their civic activities.
Defense Activities; Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid `ffarden
S0rvice, Civilian —Aircraft `.lfr·.rni1ig Service, Auxilirry Fire Protection,
Ambulance Service, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Operation of
Canteens, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas.
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VETERANS (F FOREIGN VARS, EDRVARD CARIUS POST #5654 (National Veterans of   N
Foreign Wars), Ninth and Central Avenues, Newport, Founded 1956. Com-   4
_ mender, August Swis, 912 Washington Avenue, Newport, CO 1519. Adjutant, U j
Charles   Scott, 524 Washington Avenue, Newport, CO 5668. Terms ex-   (
A pire April, 1942. A f {
Membership: 46. Qualifications, foreign service in the United States   j
Armed Foii-es dur ing war. r f '
Committees-; Sick, Clarence Stricker, Ninth and Liberty Streets; Enter- ,2
A tcxinment, Ralph Lutz, Elm and Patterson Streets; 'Publicity, Charles A, `
Scott, 524 Tfashingt on Avenue; all of Newport. 5-;
Purpos e-: Perpetuat ion of American ideals and promotionof the best ig
interests and welfare of the community. ‘  
Normal Civic Activities: Sponsor child welfare and Americanization yi
progrc>.ms*—i_1YEoFoH$r?CiBE-with other veteran organizations. ;
Defense Activities; Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Col-  
lect ion of Sclrap Metals?-and Other Metals, Entertainment, Recreation, L
Typing and Other Clerical Assistance. Interested in Auxiliary Police,  
Air Reid Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft Wa?ning Fiqervice, Auxiliary »_
Fire Protection, Salvage Demolition Service, _
Local Publications-: None. `
I _ VETERANS CF FOREIGN WARS, KER‘3TEN 0*DAY POST #2899 (Nat ional Veterans of
- Foreign Wars), Sbzth and Main Avenues, Dayton. Found ed 1953. Commander, 1
Walt er J, Schell, 826 Monroe, Newport. Adjutant, Roman Tl/erbrigh, 428 I
. Eighth Avenue, Dayton, HI l8OZ5. Terms expire March, 1942. *
A ' Membership: 154. Qualifioat ions, foreign service in the Unit ed States  
y · Armed Forces dur ing war. A
{F, Committees: Relief, Frank Batsch, ses Poplrzr, Bellevue; Publicity and A
fsf, Junior Activities, H. R. Hermes, 928 Sixth Avenue, Dayton. V
_P Purpose: Benefit of veterans and widows of veterans.  
F Normal Civic Activities; Child welfare and milk fund.  
  Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden  
y ? Service, Auxiliary- Fire Protection., Red Gym s Assistance, Preparation A I
» and Serving of Food. y
Local 1?ublications; Adjutrzntls Call [Monthly)
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VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS, LADIES AUXILIARY TO KERSTEM O'DAY POST #2899
(National Veterans of Foreign Wars), Sixth and Main Streets, Dayton.
Founded 1934. President, Dorothy Roth, S60 Berry Avenue, Bellevue,
CO 9486. Secretary, Helen French, 957 Maple Avenue, Dayton, HE 4022.
Terms expire April, 1945. _
Membership: 56. Qualifications, wife, mother, daughter or sister
of veteran who has seen foreign service.
Committees; Finance, Emma Bruns, 7 Kentucky Drive, Newport; Pub-
licity, Helen French, QS7 Nnple Avenue, Dayton; Social, Anna Rieman,
621 Third Street, Dayton; Legislative, Martha Batsch, SSS Poplar
Street, Bellevue.
Purpose; To aid widows and orphans of veterans, also care for
veterans.
Normal Ciyie_Actiyitiesc Cooperating with all community activities.
Defense Activities; ,Training fer Preparation and Serving of Food.
Interested in Air Raid_Earden Service, Hospital and Clinical As-
sistance, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Aid,
Family Social Service in Industrial Areas. _
Local Publications: None.
VETERAfS OF FOREIGN UARS, RANKIM PROUT POST¤#l404 {National Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars}, Ninth and Patterson Streets, Newport.
Founded 1932. Commander, Edward J. Schneider, 407 Lindsey Street,
Newport. Secretary, Harry J. Guilfoyle, 110 Joyce Street, South-
gate, Newport HI 5282. Terms expire April, 1945.
Membership: SO. Qualifications, foreign service in the United
States Armed Forces during war.
Committees: Entertainment, A. J. Eschan, 519 Maple Street, New-
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Purpose; Welfare of the United States Government and its pos-
A sessions.
Normal Civic Activities; Assisting Campbell County orphanages
and chaPltable ingtitutions.
Defense Activities; Engaged in Auxiliary Police, Auxiliary Fire
Protection, Red Cross Assistance. Interested_in Ambulance
Service, Hospital_ani Clinical Assistance, First Aid, Child Care,
Entertainment,VRecreation•
Local Publications: Bulletin (Monthly).
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VETERANS CF FOREIGN WARS, LADIES AUXILIARY TO RANKIN PROUT POST #1404 V,
(National Veterans of Foreign Wars), 524 Monmouth Street, Newport. g
Founded 1955. President, Arabella Ahlering, 101 Fifteenth Street,
, Newport, C0 l2'74. Secretary, Mrs. Enum Eschan, 519 Maple Street,   Mm
Newport, C0 5417. Termsvexpire April, 1942. y 7;
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Memberslgz 40. Qualifications, wife, mother, daughter or sister of » FEE
veteran who has seen foreign service.
» Committees:. Hospitalization, Eva Guilfoyle, 110 Joyce Avenue, South-   g
ga eg Publicity, Madeline Johnson, 420 E. Third Street, Newport. > CO,]
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Purpose: Assistance to veterans and their families. Vi H;]
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Normal Civic Aotiyities; Child welfare. p ,1;;
Defense Activities; Interested in Hospital and Clinical Assistance, i PU
Sewing and*`Fr_epaTat ion e1TuY~§`:E€I Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, —·—;
First Aid, Operation of Canteens, Family Social Service in Indus- _ NO,
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· RELIGIOUS AND WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS
A ATERICAN RED CROSS, CAMPBELL COUNTY CHAPTER (American Fational Red Cross),
7 East Fourth Street, Newport, CO 8050. Founded 1917. Chairman, James C.
IcFarland, 94 Henry Court, Fort Thomas, HE 1897. Secretary, Irs. Hazel W.
Fish, 22 North Shaw Lane, Fort Thomas, HE 1215. Terms Indefinite.
Membership: 2000. Qualifications, contributors to program. 1
Committees: First Aid, Chester C. Haskin, 515 East Second Street, Newport;
Life Saving, H. J. Cavana, 1064 Lorraine Court, Newport; Junior Red Cross,
Marion E. Parsons, 154 Nays Avenue, Fort Thomas; Volunteer Service, Mrs.
Fred Anschutz, 407 Fifth Avenue, Dayton; Disaster Canteen, Drs. Ray Kauf»
man, 1545 Vine Street, Newport. `
Purpose: Social Welfare. F
Normal Civic Activities: Campbell County relief work, aid to hospitals
and draft boards.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Motor Corps Service, Sewing and Prepara-
tion of Surgical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation
and Serving of Food, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Typing
and Other Clerical Assistance, Interviewing.
Local Publications: None.
ANERICAN RED CROSS, DAYTON UNIT, CATTBELL COUITY CHAPTER (American
National Red Cross), 516 Sixth Street, Dayton. Founded 1940. Chairman,
Mrs. Harry Erl, 704 Irvin Avenue, Dayton, C0 9925. Secretary, Hrs. John
Gould, 600 Taylor Avenue, Bellevue, C0 4596. Terms indefinite.
Membership: 12. Qualifications, willing to work in cases of emergency.
Committees: None reported.
Purpose: Sewing and knitting for the good of all.
Normal Civic Activities:· Sewing and knitting for refugees.
Defense Activities: `Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested in
Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings, First Aid, Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child
Care, Public Speaking, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance.
Local Publications: Red Cross Courier (Fonthly)
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YEWPORT PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR RED CROSS (American National Red AQ Ay
Cross), Fennell Buildin , Newncrt. Founded 1935. President, Aline Q
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_ Enderlin, 709 Ann Street, Newport, CO 5529. Executive Secretary, Harion Y
Parsons, 154A§ayo Avenue, Fort Thomas, HI 3721. Terms expire Hay, 1942. Q; pu
Qembership: 25. Qualifications, any interested young person is eligible. Q NO
Committees: fone reported. € DS
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Purpose: To assist in Red Cross Work. q SG
vN0rmal Civic Activities: Cooperating withiV€tGT&H hospitals and childrens `Q LC
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First Aid. I ·
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Local Publications: None. I PI
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A1KmM.CLUD, BAPTIST CHURCH, 521 Eignth Avenue, Dayton. Founded 1912. ‘ yp
President, Florence Greife, 55 Lockwood Avenue, Fort Thomas, HI 1168. `“
Secretary, Nrs.John Myers, 256 O'Fa11on, Bellevue. Terms indefinite. . C,
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Membership: 15. Qualifications, limited to members of the Church.
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I Ccmmittees: Eone reported.’ _ “
, Purpose: Recreation for members. “
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Normal Civic Activities: None rgported. - 5
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Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical A H
Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Preparation and Serving of Food, Child 1* A
i Care, Entertairncnt, Collecting Books, leaching Americanization Classes
=" for Aliens and Others. . ~i I
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‘ ARCHDIOCESE COFFRATERIITY OE CHRISTIAN IOTIERS, Sacred Heart School I I
N. Hall, Bellevue. Founded 1934. President, Irs. Catherine Dubay, 471
l»: Foote Avenue, Qellevue, CO 1416. Secretary, Yrs. Rose Weed, 456 Derry I
f* Avenue, Bellevue. Terms expire January, 1945. I `
» Lbntershin: BOO. Qualifications, married women of gocd character of (
the parish. ` T
I Committees: Keno reported.
 
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Archdiocese Confratcrnity of Christian Iethers (Continued)
Purpose: Benevolent, charitable and also religious education.
*’ Normal Civic Activities: Red Cross Assistance and Child Care.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Nospital and Clinical Assistance, Red
Cross Assistance, Child Care. Interested in First Aid, Entertainment,
Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Library Service.
IS Local Publications: None.
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION, Fifth and Dayton Avenues. Dayton. Founded ISQO.
President, Wendell Cayton, 4l5 Second Avenue, Dayton. Secretary, Mrs.
J. Galbaugh, 5l5 Ninth Street, Dayton. Terms expire December, l942.
Hewbership: 56. Qualifications, limited to Baptists.
Committees: Program, Wendell Cayton, 4l5 Second Street; Efficiency,
~ Mrs. J. Galbauvh, 5l5 Ninth Avenue. both of Da_con.
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Purpose: Training for church membership.
Normal Civic Activities: Sewing for hospitals. ·
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings. Interested in Ned Cross Assistance, First Aid, Preparation
and Serving of Food, Child Care, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other
Metals, Entertainment, Collecting Books, Typing and Other Clerical
Assistance.
Local Publications: None. J
BELLEVUE BAND NOTHERS CLUB, High School Building, Bellevue. Founded
IQBQ. President, Urs. Erwin Nyres, ada Van Voast Avenue, Bellevue.
Secretary, Mrs. Anna Veith, Clayton Court, Dellevue. Terms expire
December, 1942.
Membership: SO. Qualifications, mothers interested in the organi~
zation.
Committees: Ways and Means, [rs. Fd. Hardin, 257 Washington, Delle~
vue; Publicity, Irs. H. H. Gribbell, Glé Taylor Avenue, Bellevue.
Purpose: Welfare of the school. “
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Normal Civic Activities: Lone reported.
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Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, i. S?‘
Entertainment, Recreation, Collecting Books. 3C nll
Local Publications: None. yl EEE
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BELLEVUE SOCIAL CLUB, l8l Fairfield Avenue, Bellevue. Founded 1956. €°
President, Hunter James, Taylor and Fairfield Avenues, Bellevue. Sec— ¢‘ EE
retary, John McNeal, 46l Foote Avenue, Bellevue, C0 8799. Terms expire 5
October, l942. _ ‘i E2
Membership: 48. Qualifications, male adults, white and bearing a good A EE
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Committees: Playground, Raymond Lloyd, 444 Berry Avenue, Bellevue;
Trustees, Don Hinderman, Thirteenth and Central, Bellevue. I E2
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formal Civic Activities: Cooperates with charity organizations at large. gc
Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance, Child Care,   9}
’ Entertainment, Recreation.
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c . DAUGHTBRS OF TEE KING OP SAINT PAUL EPISCOPAL CIURCH, Court Place and
, York Street Iewnort. Founded 1940. President Niss Eleanor Gray, I E]
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550 Lexington Avenue, Newport, C0 3690. Secretary, Tiss P. Truesdell,
g l28 East Fifth Street, Newport, C0 4706. Terms expire December, 1942. ? E
S; Membership: l0. Qualifications, members of the church having special A Q
E r ligious training
T? Committees: Zone reported. A L
Purpose: Benefit the church and community.
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_` Defense Activities: Engaged in Preparation ain Serving of Food, Child %
Care. Interested in Red Cross Assistance, Entertainment, Recreation. L
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GIRLS FRIENDLY SOCIETY OF ANERICA, Eighth and 0'Fallon Avenues, Dayton.
FoundedZ 1957. President, Hrs. J. Wolfe, 917 O‘Fallon Avenue, Dayton.
Secretary, Miss Gloria Keyt, 119 Fourth Avenue, Dayton. Terms indefi-
nite. · ·
Hemberdiip: 55. Qualifications, good character.
Committees: None reported.
Purpose: Build up character. - V
` Normal Civic Activities: None reported.
Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, First Aid, Child Care, Entertainment,
Collecting Books, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance.
Local Publications: Record Magazine (Quarterly)
G.O.T. CLUB, TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCE, Taylor Avenue and Center Street,
Bellevue. Founded 1932. President, Elaine Himmler, 551 Foote Avenue,
, Bellevue. Secretary, Helen Boltz, 257 Foote Avenue, Bellevue. Tenns
expire January, 1945. ·
Membership