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t» AMERICAN LEGION, hLRSHALL`COUNTY POST·#85 (National American Le gion),
? c/b E. C. Landram, Benton.' Founded 1920. Commander, E. C. Landrum,
I Benton. Adjutant, R. H. Creason, Benton. Terms expire June, l9i2.
" Membership: 50. Qualifications, veteran of World Wir I with honorable
discharge.
Committees; Executive, T. A. Hill, Route $2, Benton.
Y. Purpose: Promotion of-child welfare and ideals of Lmerieanism,
I Normal Civic Activities! Teaching true Americanism. Cooperating with
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g activities: Yes. worms are on file with Post ndgutant. Copies are
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E AMERICAN RED CROSS, MARSHALL COUNTY CHnPTER (american National Ned ‘
I Cross), c/e Paul Darnell, Denton. Founded 1917. Chairman, Paul
I Darnell, Denton, Telephone 2201. Secretary, Holland Rose, Benton.
1 Terms indefinite.
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l Membership: 288. Qualifications, contributors of one dollar or
5 over annually.
;‘ Committees: None.
Purpose: To provide aid and temporary relief in the event of disaster.
Welfare service to United States Lilitary Forces.
i Normal Civic Activities: Instruction in first aid.
` Defense Lctivities: Engaged in Red Cross nssistance. Interested in
k First nid, Preparation and Serving of Food, Child Care.
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E HMERICQN RED CROSS, PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT, MLRSHLLL COUNTY`(Lmerican
g National Red Cross), Lovett Building, Main Street, Benton. Founded
g ‘·‘’. _ rj l940. Chairman, Mrs John G. Lovett, Benton, Telephone 2551. Secre-
.7 — g tary, Mrs. Rollie Creason, Benton, Terms indefinite,
E Nembership: l25. Qualifications, willing to help in cutting and
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QY Committees: Production, Hrs. John G. Lovett, Benton.
` ‘i g Purpose; To make clothing from material furnished by the Red Cross.
. Q Knit sweaters, gloves, etc.
Q Normal Civic Activities: Auxiliary to Marshall County Chapter, American
I gi Red Cross.
Qt Defense activities; Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. Interested in
- 3 Sewins and Pre aration of Sur ical Dressin·s.
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_ ~ I? Local Publications: None. _
I BLPTIST TRLINING UNION, BENTON BnPTIST CHURCH (Southern Baptist
_.~ . Convention), Benton Baptist Church, Benton. Founded IQQI. President,
“`II Wayne Powell, Benton, Telephone 4024. Secretary, John R. Brandon,
· Benton. Terms expire October, 1942, ‘
—_ ¤ Membership: 56. Qualifications, open to church members. A
" Committees; None reported.
f· Purpose: Training in religious education.
_ ,Q Normal Civic Activities; None.
` `lii: Defense Activities; Interested in Red Cross Assistance, First nid,
.`“V,"if Local Publications; None.
“ “'"§ BAPTIST TRAINING UNION, FIRST MISSIONQRY BLPTIST CHURCH (Southern
, ;¤‘ Baptist Convention), First Missionary Baptist Church, Denton. Founded
` M`-4°* l94l. Director, W, S. Castleberry, Benton, Term expires October,
f 1942. Secretary, Woodrow holland, Benton, Telephone 3l52. Term
It yl; LI expires October, l942. Executive Secretary, Rev. L. C. Qakin, Benton,
‘“ " Telephone 5481, Term indefinite.
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E Membership: lOO. Qualifications, member of the church.
Q Committees; None reported.
5; Enrposez Religious training,
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g Hormcl Civic Activities; None.
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§‘ Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance, First Aid.
it Local Publications: None,
it BUSY BEE CLUB OF BENTON, Lovett Building, Main Street, Benton. Founded
Q5 1958. President, Hrs. J. G. Lovett, Benton, Telephone 2551. Secretary,
} Mrs. Sam Farmer, R. R, gt, Benton. Terms expire September, l9&2,
in Membership; 55. Qualifications, women interested in home and civic
< ‘,_, welfare.
{I Committees; None reported.
QQ Purpose; To promote fellowship and to provide help for the unfortunate.
Y Normal Civic Activities; Cooperating with the Red Cross.
E Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Recreation.
E Interested in Sewing and Preprratien of Surgical Dressings, First Aid,
r Child Care,
Q Local Publications: None.
g` CHRlSTIAN`MOHAN'S COUNCIL, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (United Christian
Y: Missionari Seciot c o Hrs. Tom Jones Benton. Founded 1895. Pres-
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iT ident, Ure. Tom Jones, Benton, Telephone Eldl. Secretary, Hrs. Lilah
fc Shemwell, Benton. Terms expire June, l942.
Y' Membership: 14, Qualifications, women members of the Christian Church
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§ Normal Civic Activities; A unified missionary program and the
. $ First Christian Church Orphans Hone.
` Q. Defense Activities; Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Interested in
Q Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Aid.
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j DoMOLAY COMYANDERY, KNIGHTS TEMPIAR, LAFAYETTE CHAPTER (Grand Com-
, if mandory, Knights Templar of Kentucky, Grand Eneampnont of the United
j5 States Knights Templar), Bentoni Founded 1941. Commander, San C. Hyatt,
gi Benton. Term expires August, l9i2. Secretary, Gus Angle, Benton,
V QI Telephone 3581. Term expires August, 1912. Executive Secretary, B. L.
Q Halliday, Benton, Telephone 2521. Term indefinite.
Q- Hembership; 22. Qualifications, a Mason of good standing and veuched
`~· Q" for by Master Mason.
to Q Committees: None reported.
. Q Purpose; Moral teaching on good citizenship.
. Q Normal Civic Activities; None reported.
A i. Defense Activities; Interested in.Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Harden
Q. Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Ambulance Service, Operation of
3 Canteens, Radio Operation and Repair, Entertainment, Teaching American-
? ization Classes for Aliens and Others, Teaching Classes of Map Reading
§· and Skotching.
l, in Local Publications; None.
t FREE AND ACCEPTED HASONS, BENTON LODGE #701 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky,
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~,i ;_ Free and Accepted Masons), Benton. Founded 1912. Master, w. L. Travis,
Ei Denton. Secretary, S. N, Creason, Denton, Telephone d6ll. Terms
V Qt expire December, 1942.
$3 Membership; 160. Qualifications, white adult male citizens of good
,:, L4 character.
§· Committees; Investigation, E. C; Landran, Benton,
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g Normal Civic Activities; Care of aged Masons, widows and orphans.
j Defense nctivities; Interested in Auxiliary Felice, Red Cross Assis-
Q tance, Family Social Service in lndustrial Areas,
`C   Local Publications; None.
i FUTURE FARMERS OF AQBRICA (National and State Associations of Future
_ E Farmers of America), c/o Holland Hose, Benton, Founded 1937. District
‘g Supervisor, T, C. Chambers, Benton. County Superintendent, Holland
§ Rose, Benton, Telephone 4921,
E Membership; 225. Qualifications students of vocational awriculture
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Qi Schools and Agricultural Teachers; Sharpe, John L. Gregory; Birmingham,
V. 5 Lester Gehu ; Brewers, McCoy Terry; Benton, Joe Duke; Hardin, A. N. Duke,
A E Junior; Calvert City, Ray Hall,
` A i Purpose; To assist in training youths to become better farmers,
I" Q Nonnal Civic Activities; Specifically none other than practical
f training work with farmers.
. T Defense Activities; Training for Emergency Repair Service, First
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Q Local Publications; None.
S GLRDED CLUB OF BENTON (State ledcration of Women's Clubs), c/o Irs.
` Q ley Smith, Main Street, Denton. Founded l9l4. Presiderm, Irs. jay
E. Snith, Main Street, Benton, Telephone 225l. Term expires September,
_ · Q l942,
it Hcmbershi ; 20. Qualifications interest in civic oride and welfare.
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T ·»`` lmtgo Cennittces; Program, Qrs. D, X, Peel; Hostess, Yrs. V. A. Stilley,
Q Junior, both nf Denton.
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Q Defense Lctivitiec: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
R Dressings, hed Cross Assistance. Interested in Preparation and
_.l E Serving of Food, Entertainment, Library Service.
"y g Local Publications; `None.
j LIONS CLUB {Liens International), cjb Graham Milkins, ¥enton. Founded
§ 1940. President, Graham`Jilkins, Benton, Telephone 560l. Secretary,
§ Joe Pete Ely, Benton, Telephone 575], Terms expire July, l9i2.
. Q Membership: 20. Qualifications, rocoymended by membership committee
gf and approved by beard of directors.
Q Committees: Attondxnee, Bob T. Leng; Finance, E. H. Wolfe; Education,
Q Homer Hiller; Hembership, B. L. Halliday; Program, Shelby McCallwi, all
§' of Benton.
le iQ Purpose; Local service club. _
Q Normal Civic Activities: None reported.
4 gi Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross nssistaroe, Discussion Loaders,
Q Public Speaking.
Q Local Publications; None.
C HARSHALL COUNTY FAKE BUREAU (Kentucky Farm.Burcau Federation, Armrican
§ Farm Bureau Federation), e/o Boone Hill, Benton. Founded lQo5. Presi~
‘ Q dent, Boone Hill, Benton. Secretary, 1. E, Bailey, Benton, Telephone
_g 523l. Terms expire February 1915.
é Membership; l50. Qualifications, owner or person having interest in
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2 Conmittcts; Executive, Boone Hill, Denton.
E Purpase; To improve agricultural conditions for the benefit of farmers.
E Normal Civic activities; None.
·§ Defense Activities; Interested in First gid, Collection of Scrap Metals
V lf and Other Metals, Research Assistance, Consumer Protection Activities.
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I MARSHLLL COUNTY 4~H CLUB COUNCIL (National and Statc 4-F Club Councils),
  Box 88, Dont-on. Foundcd 1935. Prosidont, Roy Thomas, lioutc #3, Bcnton.
g Exccutlvc Sccrctcry, H. E. Rothwcll, Bcnton, Tclcphonc 530l. Tcrms
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§ Ncnbcrship; 29. Qualifications, loadcr or officcr of a local 4-H Club.
Q Gommittcos; Nonc rcportod.
i Purpose; To causc young farm boys to bc morc intcrostod in tho busincss
Q of farming. ”
C Normal Civic Activitics: Honc.
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g Dcfnsc Activiticsg Training for Smlvagc Donoliticn Scrvicc, Collcction
_; of Scrap Motels and Othcr Hctals.
{ Local Publications; Homo.
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`£ NARSHALL COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY (Kcntucky Stato Hcdical Socicty, Amcrican
ii Mcdical Association c o Dr. L. L. Washburn Bcrmon. Foundcd 1872. `
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ly Prcsidcnt, Dr. L. L. Lashburn, Bcnton, Tclophonc 2651. Sccrctary, S. L.
gf Honson, Bcnton, Tolophonc 5771. Tcrms cxpirc Dcccmbcr, lQé5.
Q Honborship; 13. Qualifications, graduato of an accroditcd mcdionl
iQ collcgc and upprovod by board of ccnsors.
Q Ccmmittocs; Nono rcportcd. V
} Purposc; Bcttcrmcnt of medical profcssicn in thc county.
{ Normal Civic Activitics: Jono.
I Dofcnsc Activitios; Engagcd in First nid, Child Caro. Training for
i First Aid.
,§ Local Publications: Nono,
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E KENDELSSOUN MUSIC CLUB (State Fodcration of Music Clubs}, c/b Hrs. Joc
3 Ely, Bcnton. Foundcd l9l5. Prcsidcnt, hrs. Joc Ely, Bcnton. Sccrctary,
E Hrs. Govic Smith, Bcnton, Tclcphonc l48l. Tcrms cxpirc Juno, l9é2.
i Hombcrship: BO. Qualifications, display of intcrost in music in tho
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Q Committccs; Program, Mrs, N, Holland; Finance, Hrs. B. L. Trcvnthnn;
E Homhcrship, Mrs. S. E, Robcrts, all of Bcnton.
Q Rurposc: Promotion of intorcst in music in tho community.
? Normal Civic Activitios; To prcsont musical cntertoinmcnts without
L chHrgO.
Q Oofcnso Activitics: lntcrostod in Sewing and Frcparotion of Surgical
? Crossings, lcd Cross hssistnncc, First Aid, Prcporation and Scrving of
a` Ford, Bntcrtoinmcnt, Rccronticn, ,
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f Local Publications: Ycar Dowk. _
i MODERN UOOILEN OF AM }lCn, SUITEUE FOREST CIACLB (National lodcrn
{2 Wondmcn of Amorica), c/b Mrs. Lillion Litcbon, Lonton. Ioundcd lGB9.
§ Prcsidcnt, Mrs. Lillian Hitchcn, Ecnton. Socrotary, Hrs. Joc Ely,
Q Bcnton. Tcrms cxoiro Doccmbor 1942.
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f Hombcrship; 40. `Quolificnti ¢*··- ns, good homlth, must accept insuranco
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5 Ccmnittoos; Eono rcportcd,
i Purposo: To prmotc on intcrost in frutcrnul insurcnco.
Q Normal Civic nctivitios: Tone roportod.
§ wufcnso nctivitios; mrgngod in ico Cross Assistaucc,
a local Publications; Uonc.
{ ORDER OF EASTERN STAR, BENTON CHAPTER #5cs (Grand Cbuptor of Mcntucky,
, Ordcr of Eastcrn Stor), c/b Hrs. Nsymc Lovctt, Benton. Foundcd lU20.
R Worthy Natron, Hrs. Muymc Lovett, Ucnton, Tolcphonc @7Gl. Sccrotury,
Y; Hrs. Ruth Shcnwcll, Denton. Tcrms cxyirc Octcbcr, lO%2.
Q Mcmbcrship; 90. Qualifications, wives, daughters, sistcrs, mcthors
Q or widows of masons,
Q Committccs; Exocutivo, Mrs. E. B. Holland, jonton.
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1 Normal Civic Activities: None reported.
_ nefense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Interested in
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_ Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Aid, Preparation and Serving
of Food, Research Assistance,
v _ Local Publications: None,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS, BENTON CHAPTER (Grand Lodge of Kentuchy, Royal Arch
, Masons}, c/o B. L. Halliday, Denton. Founded lOdO. High Priost,.H. A.
5 Riley, Denton, Telephone 2521. Secretary, Sam Creason, Benton, Tele~
» phone 46ll. Terms expire November lQi2.
I Membership: G5. Qualifications, Master Mason
Y Committees: Senior harden R. H. Creason· Junior Harden Rav Linn
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— Pro. Tem., both of Benton.
§ Purpose; Promotion of brotherhood and charity,
i Normal Civic Activities; Nona reported,
A Defense Activities: Interested in Air Raid Harden Service, Auxiliary
Q Fire Protection, Radio Operation and Repair, Collection of Scrap Metals
‘ and Other Metals, Recreation, Interpreting, Teaching Classes of Map .
~ Reading and Skotchinr.
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p Local Pnblications; None.
UOMAH’S CLUB OF DENTON`TEJNE5SEE VALLEY AUTHORITY, G/e Mrs. A. E.
, Derrvberrv, Benton, Founded IQJQ. President, A. H, Oorryberry,
1 Benton, Telephone 205l. Secretary, Mrs. P. D. Casper, B>nton. ¢,‘ Terms ·
` expire Uecenmer, l942,
J Membership: 50. Qualifications, wife of e Tcnnrssee ·,·v Valloy·Authority
omrloVoe.
» Committees; Executive, Mrs. L. R. Brooks, Denton.
f Purpose: To promote good fellowship.
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with American Red Cross and
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p Deiensc Activities: Engaged in Rod Cross Assistance, Interested in
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Q hOHAN'S MISSIOHARY SOCIETY, BAPTIST CHURCH (Baptist State Board of
Q Missions), e/e Mrs. J. H, Brandon, Benton. Founded 1940. President,
~ Q Mrs. J. R. Qrandon, Benton, Telephone 555l. Secretary, Mrs. H, L.
{ Drafter, Benton, Telephone 3982. Terms expire November, 1945,
f Membership; 25. Qualifications, member of a Baptist Church.
Q Committees; Enlistmcnt, Mrs. Sam Ely; Program, Miss Georgia Brandon;
Ԥ Mission Study, Mrs. Uayne Powell; Personal Service, Hrs. L. Dodd;
§ Publicity, Mrs. D, H, Jones, all of Penton.
T Purpose; To advance the cause of missions at home and abroad.
A Q Normal Civic Activities: Aid for sick in Lenten, seving for the Red .
_ j Cross, sending gifts and supplies to the Kentucky Orphans nemo and to
»» si the Baptist Hospital in Louisiana. _
t Defense Activities; Engaged in Rod Cross Lssistancc. Interested in
{ Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Lid, Rreparatien
. g and Serving of Food,
Q Local Publications; None,
if WOMdN'S MISSIOHARY UNIOU, FIRST MISBXONLRY EAFTIdT CHURCH (Honcn's
1 Missionary Union of Southern Baptist Convention), First Missionary
< Baptist Church, Benton. Founded l955. President, Hrs. Galen Hiott,
Q Benton, Telephone 595l. Term expires January, lO%5. Secretary, Hrs.
Q- Roy Beard, Benton, Telephone 272l. Term expires January, l9&U, Execu-
Q tive Secretary, Rev. L. G. Eakin, Benton, Telephone 5;3l. Term indef-
i inite.
T, Hembership; 25. Qualifications, interested in organizational work
J; of the church,
» l Committees; Personal Service, hrs. To L. Ctilley, Junior, Denton.
i Purpose; Study of the Bible from a missionary standpoint.
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§ Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Interested in
[ Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, First Aid: l
Z Local Publications: None,
Q WOMLH'S SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE, c/e Mrs. R, H. Creason, Benton.
y Founded 1902, President, Mrs. R. H. Creason, Benton, Telephone &5&2.
{ Secretary, Mrs. Paul Darnell, Denton, Terms expire January, l9é$.
E Membership: Qi. Qualifications, open to any member of the Methodist
§ Church.
f§ Committees; None reported.
{ Purpose: Promotion of religious training and aid to these in need.
§ Normal Civic Activities; Cooperates with Red Cross and charity groups.
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i Local Publications; None.
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Q~ YOUNG hEN‘S PROGRESS CLUB, e/e Holland Rose, Benton. Founded l925.
@ President, Holland Rose, Benton, Telephone &92l. Secretary, B, L. -
{ Trevathan, Benton, Telephone 2l6l. Terms expire December, l9é2.
if Membership: 50. Qualifications, reputable citizens of Denton.
Y Committees: Executive, George E. Long, Benton.
i Frrpose; "Weekly luncheon club that promotes the general welfare of
r the community,
Q Normal Ciric Aetivities; Cooperating with Benton City Council in the
*7 matter of new fire truck, new street signs ard improvement of roads
J in and leading to Benton.
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TYPES OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES LISTED
Air Raid`Uarden Service
Ambulance Service
Auxiliary Fire Protection
Auxiliary Police
" Child Care
Civilian Aireraft`Uarning Service
· Collecting Books
Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals
Consumer Protection.Activities
Discussion Loaders
Drafting
Emergency Repair Service
Entertainment ·
Family Social Service in Industrial Areas
FlI'S`tJ [iid
Hospital and Clinical Assistance
Interpreting -
Interviewing
Library Service `
Umtor Corps Service .
Operation of Canteens T
Preparation and Serving of Food
Public Speaking
Radio Operation and Repair
Recreation
Red Cross Assistance
Research Assistance
Salvage Demolition Service
Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings
Signal Services 3
Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others ,
Teaching Classes in Kechanical Skills Needed in Defense Industries I
Teaching Classes of Hap Reading and Sketching
Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
Typing and Other Clerical Assistance
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
American Legion, Marshall County Post {es, l
American Red Cross, Marshall County Chapter, l
American Red Cross, Production Department, Marshall County, 2
Baptist Training Union, Benton Baptist Church, 2
Baptist Training Union, First Missionary Baptist Church, 2
Busy Bee Club of Benton, 3
Christian`Uoman's Council, First Christian Church, 5
DeMolay Commandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, 4
Free and Accepted Iasons, Benton Lodge #701, 4
Future Farmers of America, 5
Garden Club of Benton, 5 `
Lions Club, 6
Marshall County Farm Bureau, 6 A
Marshall County L-H Club Council, 7
Marshall County Medical Society, 7
Mendelssohn Music Club, 7 ·
Hodern`Woodmen of America, Supreme Forest Circle, 8
Order of Eastern Star, Benton.Chapter {sos, 8
Royal Arch Masons, Fenton Chapter, 9 A
Woman's Club of Benton, Tennessee Valley Authority, 9 j
¥oman’s Missionary Society, Baptist Church, l0 ¢
- Woman's Missionary Union, First Missionary Baptist Church, l0 {
Woman' Society of Christian Service, ll §
Young Ken's Progress Club, ll C
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INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS BY TYPE OF
DEFENSE ACTIVITY, TRAINING OR INTEREST
Explanation of Symbols; A-"Engagcd", B- "Training for", C-
" Interested in" . _ I
Numbers following A, B or C, indicate page of entry in Directory
AIR RAID WARDEN SERVICE
Deliolay Cemmandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C—=i;;
Royal Arch liasons, Benton Chapter, C-9.
AMBULANCE SERVICE
Deliolay Coiruziandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C-··L.
AUXILIARY FIRE PROTECTION
American Legion, Marshall County Post #85, C--l; Deliolay
Commandcry, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C-L; Royal _
Arch llasens, Benton Chapter, C-9.
AWILIARY POLICE
American Legion, llarehall. County Post #85, C—l; Deliolay Corman- A
dery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C-I; Free and Accepted
Masons, Benton County Lodge #7Cl, C-4;.
CHILD CARE y
American Legion, Elarshall County Post #85, C-I; American lied A
Cross, Marshall County Chapter, C-l; Busy Bee Club of Benton, _
C-5; Marshall County Medical Soeioty, A-7; lNonan's Club of Q
Benton, Tennessee Valley Authority, C-9.  
CIV ILIAN AIRCRAFT WARNING SERVICE  
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American Legion, Iiiarshall County Post #85, C-l.  
COLLECTING BOOKS I
lJIonan's Club of Benton, Tennessee Valley Authority, C-Q.
COLLECTION OF SCRAP IEETALS AND OTHER LETALS
Marshall County Fam Bureau, C-6; Iiarshall County A-H Club
Council, B-7; Royal Arch Masons, Benton Chapter, C-9,
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I C Marshall County Farm Bureau, _C-6.
  DISCUSSION LEADERS
; Lions Club, A-6.
U EEERGENCY REPAIR SERVICE
  Future Farmers of America, B-5
  ENTERTA INIEEINT
  Deliolay Comnandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C-4;
  Garden Club of Benton, C-5; Mendelssohn liusic Club, C·-7.
  FAIEILY SOCIAL SERVICE IN IlEDUSTRH\.L AREAS
`,  Free and Accepted Masons, Benton County Lodge #701, C-4.
I FIRST AID d `
  American Red Cross, 1·-€arshall‘Chapter, C—l; Baptist Training
1  Union, Benton Baptist Church, C-2; First Iftssionary Baptist
f  Church,‘C-2; Busy Bee Club of Benton, C-5; Christian l‘J`oman‘s
;  Council, First Christian Church, C··5; Future Farmers of Amer-
;  ica, B-5; Marshall County Farm Bureau, C-6; Marshall County
—  Medical Society, A-—·7, B-7; Mendelssohn Music Club. C-7; Order
  of Eastern Star, Benton Chapter #505, C-8; VIomcn's Missionary
Q  Society, Baptist Church, C-IO; ’6Ioman's Missionary Union, First
  Missionary Baptist Church, C-lO.
Y  HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL ASSISTAQNCE ‘
F;  Order of Eastern Star, Benton Chapter #$05, C—8.
  INTERPET IN G
 1 Royal Arch Masons, Benton Chapter, C-9.
  IN TE RV IEEE ING
n  American Legion, Marshall Countj Post #85, C-l.
 K; LIBRARY SERVICE _
d Garden Club of Benton, C-5.

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§ American Legion, Marshall County Post #85, C—l; Order of
Q Eastern Star, Benton Chapter #$05, C-8.
Q OPERATION OF CLNTEENS
Q DeMolay Commandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C-4.
zi PREPLRATIOH AED SERVING OF FOOD
Q American Red Cross, Marshall County Chapter, C-l; Garden Club
is of Benton, C-5; Mendelssohn Music Club, C—7; Order of Eastern
§ Star, Benton Chapter`y£O5, C-8; Woman's Missionary Society,
Q Baptist Church, C-IO.
§ PUBLIC SPERKIRG
  Lions ciub, in-e. S
S RADIO OPERATION LED REPnIR _
» DeMolay Cemmandcry, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C—4;
· Royal Arch Masons, Renton Chapter, C-9.
B RECREATION
S Busy Bee Club of Benton, A-3; Mendelssohn Music Club, C-7;
Q‘ Woman's Society of Christian Service, C—ll.
Q RED CROSS ASSISTANCE
L American Red Cross, Marshall County Chapter, A—l;“American
I Red Cross, Production Iepartment, Marshall County, L—2; Baptist
·j Training Union, Benton Baptist Church, C-2; Baptist Training
Q Union,‘First lissionary Baptist Church, C-2; Busy Bee Club of `
C Benton, A—5; Christian W0man's Council, First Christian Church,
Y A-5; Free and Accepted Hasons, Benton Lodge #701, C—4; Garden
~ Club of Benton, A-5; Lions Club, $-6; Mendelssohn Music Club,
Q C-7; Modern Uoodmen of America, Supreme Forest Circle, A~8;
* V Order of Eastern Star, Benton Chapter'%%O5, A—8;`Woman’s Club
Q of Benton, Tennessee Valley Authority, A-9;`Woman's Hiseionary
Q Society, Baptist Church, A—lO; homan's Missionary Union, First
:_- Missionary Baptist Church, 4-lO;'Woman’s Society of Christian
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ARESEARCH ASSISTANCE
Marshall County Farm Bureau, C-6; Order of Eastern Star,
Benton Chapter #505, C-8.
SALVAGE DEIMLITION SERVICE
Marshall County 4-H Club Council, B-7.
SEEING AND PREBARATION OF SURGICAL DRESSINGS
American Red Cross, Production Department, Marshall County, C-2;
` Busy Bee Club of Benton, C-5; Christian Woman's Council, First
Christian Church, C~5; Garden Club of Benton, A-5; Mendelssohn
Music Club, C-7; Order of Eastern Star, Benton Chapter #505, C-8;
Woman's Missionary'Society, Baptist Church, C-l0; Union Mission-
ary Baptist Church, C-l0;“Woman's Society of Christian Service,
C-ll.
TEACHING—AMERICANIZATIOU CLASSES FOR ALIENS AED OTHERS
DeMolay Commandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, 0-4.
TEACHING CLASSES OF MAP READING AND SKETCHIEG
DeMolay Commandery, Knights Templar, Lafayette Chapter, C-4;
Royal Arch Masons, Benton Chapter, C—9.
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