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' Honorable Keen Johnson-., Governor of Kentucky ;
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= AMERICAN LEGION AUIILIARY, MARSHALL ALEXANDER UNIT—#72 (National American T
Legion Auxiliary), 206 Jackson Street, Fulton. Founded 1921. President, i
Mrs. Pete Roberts, 206 Jackson Street, Fulton, Telephone 297. Secretary, ”
Mrs. M. T. Harse, 102 Washington Street, Fulton, Telephone 942. Terms
expire August, 1942.
Membership: 15. Qualifications, wife, sister, mother or daughter of
a 1egionnaireJ
Committees: .Amerieanism, Mrs. Jess Nichols; National Defense, Mrs. Robb _
Fowlkesg Rehabilitation, Mrs. Homer Furlingg Child Welfare, Mrs. Sam
Winston, all of Fulton.
Purpose: To aid ex-service men and their families.
Normal Civic Activities: Aided Red Cross and Community Chest drives, also c
local library fund. Provided gifts for a number of patients at Outwood I
Hospital.
Defense Activities: Engagpd in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical -
Dressings, Rod Cross Assistance, Interviewing. Interested in Ambulance
_ Service, First Aid, Collecting Books.
Local Publications: Year Book.
AMERICAN RED CROSS, FULTON CHAPTER (American National Rod Cross), 307
- Eddings Street, Fulton. Founded 1916. Chairman, J. 0. Lewis, 510 Third
Street, Fulton, Telephone 145. Secretary, Mrs. S. P. Moore, 307 Eddings
Street, Fulton, Telephone 176. Terms expire November, 1942.
Membership: 550. Qualifications, contributors of an annual fee of one
dollar or over.
Committees: Finance, Joe Davis; Health, Mrs. Mansfield Martin; Hospital,
F. Homra; Civil relief, Nora Alexander; Disaster, Leon Browder; Life
Saving, M. L. Parker, all of Fulton.
` Purpose: Emergency relief in times of distress.
_ Normal Civic Aetivities: Teaching first aid and life saving classes for
adults and young people.
` Defense Activities: Engaged in First Aid, jewing and Preyeraticr of SurgFzi”
Dressings.
` Local Publications: None.
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~ BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS, LODGE #1142 (Benevolent Protective
‘.; Order of Elks, United States of America), Benevolent Protective Order of ‘ I
Elks Building, Fulton. Founded 1905. Exalted Ruler, F. A. Homra, Fulton,
‘ Telephone 237. Secretary, R. L. Crockett, Fulton, Telephone 95. Terms
expire April, 1942.
` Membership:. 140. Qualifications, American citizens not less than 21 vears
of ago.
‘ Committees: Tuberculosis, Dr. Ward Bushark; House, B. O. Copeland; Chariiy,
Frank`Wiggins; Defense, Smith Adkins, all of Fulton.
Purpose: Charity.
Normal Civic Activities: Sponsor Boy Scout Cubs. Cooperates with schools
and tuberculosis program.of Kentucky State Elks Association.
Defense Activities: Interested in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Salvage
Demolition Service, Motor Corps Service, Hospital and Clinical Assistance,
Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Collecting Books, Discussion I
Leaders, Interviendng.
Local Publications: hone. ’ _
BOY SCOUTS OF ANEHICA, FULTON TROCP (National Council, boy Scouts of.America),
502-504 Lake Street, Fulton. Founded 1952. Sooutmastar, Bertcs Pique, 308
S Third Street, Fulton, Telephone 681. Term expires December, 1942.
Membership: 65. Qualifications, boys not loss than 12 years of age and
· able to pass scout tests.
Committees: Organization and Extension, Ford Lansden; Leadership and
Training, W} L. Holland; Camping and Activities, Hcnden Wright; Hcilth y
and Safety, M. L. Parker; Advancement, James Meacham, all of Fulton.
“ Purpose: To build better citizens. ‘
Normal Civic Activities: Cullacting aluminum ware and distributing food
to the needy as provided by various organizations.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Collection of Scrap
P Motels and Other Metals. Training for First Aid. `
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§.¤ BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, MILTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TROOP (Colored) (Boy Scouts 1
_ of America, National Council), 504 Lake Street Extension, Fulton. Founded i
1929. Scoutmaster, A. Dumas, 304 Lake Street Extension, Fulton. Term Q
expires November, 1942. Executive Secretary, Paul L. Sudlow, 211 East Lee §
Street, Mayfield. Term indefinite.
Membership: 15. Qualifications, colored boys 12 years of age and able
- to pass scout tests.
Committees: Troop, Dr. A. G. Tucker, Fulton.
Purpose: Build better citizens. (
_ _ Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with Young Men's Business Club in J
l distributing food to the needy. p
"·Defense Activities: Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals. ‘
_ Local Publications: None. ·
I FREE.AND ACCEPTED MASONS, ROBERTS LODGE #172 (Grand Lodge of Kentucky, Free `.
and Accepted Masons), 412 Jackson Street, Fulton. Founded 1848. Master, L
~ T. J. Smith, 412 Jackson Street, Fulton. Term expires December, 1942. =
Membership: 185. Qualifications, males 21 years of age or over, of good I
* · character.
_ Committees: .None reported.
Purpose: Fraternal and charitable.
Normal Civic Activities: None reported. I
_ Defense Activities: Engaged in Recreation, Entertainment. J
Local Publications: None. J
A FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (United States Chamber of Commerce), 214 Fourth
, Street, Fulton. Founded 1909. President, R. H. White, 214 Fourth Street,
Fulton, Telephone 60. Secretary, J. D. Davis, Fulton, Telephone 51. Terms ,
· expire March, 1942. _
_ Membership: 200. Qualifications, business executive or owner of a bonafide
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‘ Committees: Food Control, Joe Browder; Civic, J. 0. Lewis; Finance-
Membership, J. E. Fall, Junior; Transportation, R. H. White; Public Roads
K. P. Dalton; Agriculture, Paul DeMyer, all of Fulton. J
Purpose: Betterment of the City of Fulton. U
Normal Civic Activities: Advancement of mercantile, manufacturing, and
general interests of the City of Fulton. Cooperates with all public
agencies and boards. /
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Protection, Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Red Cross Assistance. `
Local Publications: None. I
FULTON COMMUNITY CHEST, City Hall, Fulton. Founded 1956. President, K. P.
Dalton, City Hall, Fulton, Telephone 170. Secretary, Mrs. Howard Edvards,
216 Carr Street, Fulton, Telephone 282. Terms expire November, 1942. ,
Membership: 14. Composed of president, secretary, and directors chosen i
, from community. *
Com ittees: None reported. `
Q Purpose: Philanthropic. To solicit, collect and disburse money to be
used for charitable purposes by designated agencies.
Normal Civic Activities: Conduct annual campaign for necessary funds.
Defense Activities: None reported.
Local Publications: None.
FULTON COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY (Kentucky State Medical Association, American
Medical Association), 509 Main Street, Fulton. Founded 1912. President,
. Dr. D. L. Jones, 220 Church Street, Fulton, Telephone 289. Secretary, Dr.
M. W} Hats, 509 Main Street, Fulton, Telephone 450. Terms expire January,
1945.
‘ ‘ Membership: 12. Qualifications, an ethical physician in good standing
?EtY—theMYentucky State Medical Association.
Committees: None reported.
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‘ Purpose: For professional and scientific advancement. "
[ Normal Civic Activities: None reported. j
Defense Activities: Interested in Ambulance Service, Hospital and Clinical l l
— Assistance, First Aid, Child Care. Registration of members for civilian
volunteer defense. Yes: Forms on file in the Chicago office of the American
Medical Association. 4
Local Publications: None. {
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FULTON HOMEMAKEDS CLUB (Colored), 315 Lake Street Extension, Fulton. Founded
1936. President, Odessa Haley,Anderson Street, Fulton. Secretary, Mattie (
B. Cleaves, Holder Street, Fulton. Executive Secretary, Mrs. A. G. Tucker,
222 Lake Street Extension, Fulton, Telephone 54. Terms expire August, l9L}¤
Membership: 15. Qualifications, women interested in home improvement.
Committees: Program, Mrs. Sadie Gorman; Feed, Mrs. Mollie Alexander, both J
of Fulton.
` Purpose: General improvement of home economic conditions. i
, Normal Civic Activities: None, other than cooperation with African Methodist I
Church of Fulton.
Defense Activities: Interested in First Aid, Preparation and Serving of
Food, Child Care, Collecting Books.
Local Publications: 'None.
FULTON LIONS CLUB (Lions International), c/o F. H. Riddle, Southern Bell'
Telephone Company, Fulton. Founded 1925. President, J. E. Fall, Junior,
Fulton. Secretary, Dr. R. U. Putnam, 221 Main Street, Fulton, Telephone
84. Terms expire Juno, 1945.
Membership: 29. Qualifications, one representative from each professional
and business classification. l
{ Com ittees: Attendance, L. Kasnow; Membership, V. M. Whitnel; Program, Lynn T
_ Askrw: Publicity, J. H. Warren; Entertainment, Frank Beadles, all of Fultona
Purpose: S:;vLce to citizens of the community.
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p Normal Ciyic Activities: Sight conservation, including the purchase of
` glasses for needy school children. Cooperates with County Health Unit
and serving free lunches to indigent children.
Defense Activities: Interested in Public Speaking. j
· Local Publications: None. A
FULTON MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION, 406 Park Avenue, Fulton. Founded 1936. ‘
President, E. R. Ladd, 406 Park Avenue, Fulton, Telephone 552. Secretary, x
Rev. H. G. Sloan, Church Street, Fulton, Telephone 915. Terms expire `
January, 1942.
Membership: 7. Qualifications, pastor of local church of any denomination.
Committees: Agenda, E. A. Autrey, Fulton.
Purpose: To promote understanding and cooperation among the churches of (
Fulton and give voice to the collective judgment of the pastors.
NormalwCivic Aetijjtics: Promote special services for annual Boy Scout
i Day and attempting to establish a city mission. y
Defense Activities: Interested in Civilian Aircraft Warning Service,
~ Discussion Leaders, Teaching Americanization Classes for Aliens and Others,
Interviewing.
Local Publications: None.
FULTON ROTARY CLUB (Rotary International), c/0 Kentucky Utilities G0mp&Dy,"
_ Fulton. Founded 1924. President, G. F. Lansden, 219 Third Street, Fulton,
Telephone 1061. Secretary, J. O. Lewis, 510 Third Street, Fulton, Telephone
145. Terms expire July, 1942.
J Nembership28JQua1ifications, either own a business, be a professional man or
an executive.
Committees: Club Service, J. R. Hogan; Community Service, Leon Browder;
Vocatlonal Service, Theodore Kramer, Senior; International Service, L. O.
I · Hartman, all of Fulton.
_ Purppse: A service club.
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F _ Normal Civic Activities: Rural-Urban cooperation. Crippled chi1dren's
` work and student assistance.
Defense Activities: None reported. A
g Local Publications: Year Book. `
{ FULTON SPORTNAN'S CLUB (Sportmen’s Club of Kentucky), above Lowes Res-
taurant, Fulton. Founded 1940. President, A. L. Bushart, Fourth Street, —
y Fulton, Telephone 747. Secretary, Mansfield Martin, Fulton, Telephone 5. z
Terms expire February, 1942. *
  Membership: 75. Qualifications, interested in hunting, fishing and h
conservation of wild life. A
Committees: None reported.
Purpose: To promote conservation and replacement of wild life.
Normal Civic Activities: None reported. 1
· Defense Activities: Training for Auxiliary Police. 7
Local Publications: None. y
FULTON WOMAN'S CLUB (Kentucky Federation of“Women’s Clubs), 311 Fourth’
Street, Fulton. Founded 1921. President, Mrs. Gene Moon, 509 Eddings,
Fulton, Telephone 725. Secretary, Mrs. James Warren, 502 Fourth Street,
A Fulton, Telephone 716. Terms expire April, 1944.
_ Membership: 190. Qualifications, any woman residing in Fulton or sur-
rounding territory and interested in improving human conditions}
A Committees; Press-Publicity, Mrs. J. C. Hancock; Legislative, Mrs. J. C.
Sugg; Program, Mrs. Walter Voelpelg Finance, Mrs. Robert Gramam; Library,
Mrs. Arch Huddleston, Junior, all of Fulton.
Purpose: Stimulate intellectual development and otherwise improve human
conditions.
I Normal Civic Activities: Sponsor of Free Public Library, Girl Scouts.
. Coopesates with Red Cross, County Health Unit and Cancer Control Drives.
Defense Aetivities: Fngagod in Ped Crass Assistarc¤. Trainipg_for
· F1I‘S`l] Aid.
Local Publications: None.
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· 102 Third Street, Fulton. Founded 1940. Leader, Mrs. Robert Bard,’l02
? _ Third Street, Fulton, Telephone 589. Secretary, Lois Jean Hindman, A
A Highlands, Telephone 462. Terms expire January, 1942.
Membership: 54. Qualifications, girls l0-14 years of age and able to j
pass scout tests.
` V Committees: Troop, Ward Bushart, Fulton.
E Purpose: Character building and citizenship training.
C Normal Civic Actiyities: Cooperates with American Legion and Com unity f
Chest. Helped on Cancer Control drive.
) Defense Activities: Training for Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings. Interested in Red Cross Assistance, Collecting Books.
Local Publications: None.
GUILD OF FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (United Christian Missionary Society),
c/o Mrs. Freeman Dallas, Highlands. Founded 1939. President, Mrs.‘Freema1 ‘
Dallas, Highlands, Telephone 557. Secretary, Miss Elizabeth Witley,
‘ 926 Walnut Street, Fulton, Telephone 509. Terms expire July, 1942. J
Membership: 12. Qualifications, young married women and girls just 3
` graduated from high school.
Cgmmitteesz Calling, Miss Elizabeth Witley, Fulton.
_ Purpose: Service for the church.
Normal Civic Activities: Making bandages for Chinese relief.
Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical I
Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Collecting Books.
Local Publications: None.
IHTETIUDFNT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, FRANK CARR LODGE #206 (Sovereign Grand
Lohgc, Independent Order of Odd Fellows), 400 Lake Street, Fulton. FoundoC
, ' 1876. Noble Grand, Dr. R. T. Rudd, Commercial Avenue, Fulton, Telephone afi
Secretary, F. A. Colo, 400 Lake Street, Fulton, Telephone 229. Terms expi",
. Ja1-u'=.ry, 1945.
Membership: 5. Qualifications, United States citizens over 21 years of
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Normal Civic_Aptivities: None reported. l
‘ V Defense_Activities: Interested_in Red Cross Assistance.
  Local Publications: None.
S MILTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION (Colored)(Kentucky ‘
and National Congresses of Parents and Teachers), 417 Reid Street,
A Fulton. Founded 1929. President, Orlander Jackson, 417 Reid Street,
Fulton. Secretary, Sadie Garmon, Anderson Street, Fulton. Terms expire
September, 1941.
Membership: 20. Qualifications, parent or teacher of pupil attending
Milton Junior High School. y
Com itteesz None reported. A
· Purpose: Closer cooperation between the home and school for the welfare p
of the children.
· Normal Civic Activities: Association has purchased books for the school. l
Defense Activities: None reported.
Local Publications: None.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR, FULTON CITY CHAPTER #41 (Grand Chapter oi Tentuckyp
Order of Eastern Star), Masonic Hall, Main Street, Fulton. Founded l9C5.
Worthy Matron, Nrs. Verna Demyer, Fulton, Telephone B58. Secretary, Nrs~
Eunice Robinson, 4OO Main Street, Fulton, Telephone 684. Terms expire
August, 1942.
‘ Menbership: 55. Qualifications, wife, mother, daughter, sister or widow
IFTIIG br; Nas>n in good standing, also Master Mason.
( ‘ Cpnmittees: Finance, Tommie Bynum and Fattie Griggs, both of Fulton.
. Pu papa: Helpful service to members and their families.
Noxmcluiivippgptiyitiesz None reported.
Defense Activities: Fpgaged in Rod Cross Assistance.
· Local Publicatipns: None.
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O TERRY-NORMAN PARENT -TEACHER AS SOC IAT ION (Kentucky and Nati onal C ongre s se s
of Parents and Teachers), 702 Walnut Street, Fulton. Founded 1926. l
· President, Mrs. Doran Calley, 702 Walnut Street, Fulton, Telephone 741. "
Secretary, Mrs. Clifton Linton, 417 Maple Street, Fulton, Telephone 514. ;
Terms expire May, 1942.
Membership: 31. Qualifications, parent or teacher of pupil attending i
. Terry-Norman School.
Committees: Program, Mrs. Charles Gregory, Fulton. _
Purpose: Closer cooperation between the home and school for the welfare y
of the children. t
Normal Civic Activities: None reported. N
Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance.
Local Publications: None.
WEST FULTON PARENT-TEACHER COUNCIL (Kentucky and National Congresses of
Parents and Teachers), 508 Third Street, Fulton. Founded 1915. President,
_ Mrs. Bertes J. Pique, 308 Third Street, Fulton, Telephone 681. Secretary, e
‘- Mrs. Bernard Houston, 106 Bates Street, Fulton, Telephone 894. Terms 5
P expire May, 1945. J
l Membership: 65. Qualifications, parent or teacher of pupil attending J
the school. (
Committees: None reported. (
( Purpose: Closer cooperation between the home and school for the welfare
` of the children.
Normal Civic Activities: Helping to furnish food and clothing to needy
children and aiding in maintaining school band.
Defense Activities: None reported.
_ Local Publications: None.
· i WOMAN’S COUNCIL, FIRST CH ISTIAN CHURCH (United Christian Missionary `
Society), e/o Mrs. H. B. Murphy, Route #1, Fulton. Founded 1935. Presi-
' dent, Mrs. H. B. Murphy, Route #1, Fulton, Telephone 1087-J-3. Secretary,
Mrs. B. B. Alexander, 901 Walnut Street, Fulton, Telephone 756. Terms
expire July, 1942.
A- · Membership: 15. Qualifications, any lady of the First Christian Church.
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_ Comrdtteesz None reported. ,
Purpose: General church and missionary work. I A
. Nermal Civic Activities: Cooperated with guild of church in raising funds
to purchase bandage material for Chinese relief.
Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
Dressings, Collecting Books. ~ 4
Local Publications: None. 3
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION, BAPTIST CHURCH (Southern Baptist, Vomen’s‘
Missionary Union), Second Street, Fulton. Founded 1912. President, Mrs:
Carl Hastings, R.F.D. #5, Fulton, Telephone 1021. Secretary, Mrss E. H.
Knighton, Second Street, Fulton, Telephone 592. Terms expire January, 1945.
Membership: 155, Qualifications, women of the church and congregation
interested in missions.
r Committees: Stewardship, Mrs. Tom Hales; Personal Service, Mrs. J. U. ’
Chenaio; Mission Study, Mrs. Foster Edwards; Training School, Mrs. Clifton (
, Hamlett, all of Fulton. °
Purpose: Study of missions and service to the community.
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with the Rod Cross, White Cross
, work for Baptist hospitals in China.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressinrtv
Red Cross Assistance.
Local Publications: Year Book. V
. VKNMJWS SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE, FULTON METHODIST CHURCH, c/o Mrs.
Warren C. Graham, Route #6, Fulton. Founded 1895. President, Mrs. Warren
C. Graham, Route #6, Fulton, Telephone lO92—J. Secretary, Mrs. Leon Browderr
, East Walnut Street, Fulton, Telephone 823a Terms expire January, 1942.
I Membership: 190. Qualifications, any wcncn vmo is in sympathy with the
` work of the organization.
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` Committees: Finance, Mrs. W. S. Atkins; Student Work, Miss Martha Moore;
Membership, Mrs. J. D. Davis; Children's hbrk, Mrs. Roper Fields; Liter-
ature, lhs. L. T. Bugg, all of Fulton. “
Purpose: To unite all women of the church in Christian living and service.
Normal Civic Activities: Cooporates with Red Cross. Aided Woman's Club Q
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Local Publications: Year Book. A
WOODMEM OF THE WORLD, FULTON CAM? {National Foodmen of the World), 2Gz
Church Street, Fulton. Founded 1840. Council Commander, H. C. Crthey,
Route #2, Fulton, Telephone lll9-R2. Term expires January, 1942. Soc -
retary, Henry Bethel, ZC2 Church Street, Fulton, Telephone ll34. Term
indefinite.
Membership: 130. Qualifications, males l6 to 65 years of age of sound
- mind and body, plus a good reputation. .
Committees: None reported. j
Purpose: Fraternal and insurance.
Normal Civic Activities: Sponsor programs for Community Chest Funds.
Defense Activities: Interested in Typing and Other Clerical Assistance,
Interviewing.
Local Publications: None.
YOUNG MEN’S BUSINESS CLUB OF FULTON INCORIOEATED, c/o M. L. Parker, Fulton.
Founded 1937. President, F. A. Homra, Fulton, Telephone 237. Secretary,
· M. L. Parker, Fulton, Telephone 405. Terms expire September, lS4l.
Membership: 70. Qualifications, males £l~45 inclusive, residents of
p · Fulton, Kentucky, or South Fulton, Tennessee.
_ Committees: Membership, James Meacham; Civic Welfare, Raymond Gamble;
Finance, F. A. Homra; County, Orian Winstead, all of Fulton.
. Purpose: Promotion of commercial, industrial, civic and educational
enterprises in the community.

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o Young Mon's Business Club of Fulton Incorporated (Continued) I
` Normal Civic Activities: Kentucky-Tennessee Exposition Annual Fair, City
School Band, Boy Scouts and civic in@rovomont• _
Defense Activities: Engaged in First Aid, Collection of Scrap Metals and
_ t Other Metals, Collecting Books, Interviewing. Training for Red Cross r
Assistance. Interested in Air Raid Warden Service, Auxiliary Fire Pro-
tection, Motor Corps Service, Radio Operation and Repair, Discussion
Leaders, Public Speaking, Signal Services• *
Local Publications: None. I
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0 TYPES OF DEFEZESIZ ACTIVITIES LISTED 4
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Air Reid werden Service I I
Anbulenoe Service i
· Auxiliary Fire Protection I
iuxiliery Police j
_ chem care A
Civilian Aircraft Warning Service
Collecting Books <
Collection of Scrap Metals end Other Ebtels p
Consumer Protection Activities l
Discussion Lenders ~
Drafting
Emersency Repair Service
Entertainment A
Family Social Service in Industriel ngees
rnet me I
Hospital and Clinical Assistance _
Interpreting
Interviewing
. Library Service I
lbtor Corps Service I
Operation of Cnnteens p
· Preparation end Serving of Food
Public Speaking
ledio Operation and Repair
Recreation
Red Cross Assistance
‘ Research Assistance
Salvage Demolition Service
Sewing and Preparation of Surg cel Dressings
Signal Service
Teaching Americenizstion Classes for Aliens and Others
Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skill: Needed in Defense Industries
· Tezching Classes of Nap Heading ani Sketching
Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
_ Teeching Spanish end Portuguese
Typing and Other Clericel Assistance
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Amcriosn Legion Auxiliary, Ksrshsll Aloxondor Unit f 72, l
Anorictn Rod Cross, Fulton Chugtor, l
Bonovolcnt Protoctivo Order of Elks, Lodgo # ll4Z, 2
Boy Scouts of Amoricu, Fulton Troop, 2
Boy Scouts of inorioo, Iilton Junior High School Troop, 5
Frou and Lcccptod Masons, Roborts Lodgc {-l72, E
Fulton Chunbcr of Comnoroo, 5
Fulton Community Chcst, Q
Fulton County Ttdiool Socioty, 4
Fulton Homcmokors Club, 5
Fulton Lions Club, 5
Fulton Einistoriol Asmociution , G
Fulton Rotary Club, 6
Fulton Sportnan’s Club, 7
Fulton Womcn's Club, 7
Girl Scouts of Amoricn, Fulton Troop, 8
Guild of First Christian Church, 3
Indep ndmnt Ordor of Cod Follows, Fulton Chapter, 8
tllton Junior High School Purtnt—Ttmchor Lsoooiotion, 9
Crdtr of Eaotcrn Star, Fulton City Chuptor # ll, 9
lorry»horman }tront—Tcuohor gssocictiox, l0
Nbst Fulton Puront~Toachor Association, lO
Momun'o Council, First Christiwn Church, l0
Uou;n's Kissionary Union, Bajtlst Church, ll
Tomun’s Society of Christian Churoh, Fulton Iothudizt ®;Urc}, ll
Noodwon of the world, Fulton Coup, li
Young Non's Business Club of Fulton Incorporuttd, l2 V

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_   INDEX OF ORGANIZATIONS BY TYPE OF
DEFENSE ACTIVITY, TRAINING OR INTEREST
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Explanation of Symbols: A- "Engaged In", B- "Training For", C-
"Interested In"•
Numbers following A, B, or C, indicate page entry in Directory.
I AIR RAID WARDEN SERVICE
_ Young Men’s Business Club of Fulton Incorporated, C-12 •
AM ULANCE SERVICE
American Legion Auxiliary, Marshall Alexander Unit #72, CAL;
Fulton County Medical Society, C—é•
AUXILIARY FIRE PROTECTION
‘ Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #ll%2, C-2; Fulton
Chamber of Commerce, C-3; Young Men's Business Club of Fulton
Incorporated, C-12.
AUXILIARY POLICE
A Fulton Chamber of Commerce, C-3; Fulton Sportmen's Club, B—7»
CHILD CARE
Fulton County Medical Society, C-4; Fulton Homemakers Club, C—5;
Woman's Council, First Christian Cnurch, C-lO•
A CIVILIAN AIRCRAFT TERNING SERVICE _
. Fulton Ministerial Association, C-6.
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. COLLECTING BOOKS
American Legion Auxiliary, Marshall Alexander Unit #72, C-l; Benevo-
· lent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #1142, C-2; Fulton Homemukers
Club, C-5; Girl Scouts of America, Fulton Troop, C-8; Guild of First
Christian Church, C-8; Young Men's Business Club of Fulton Incorpor-
· ated, A-12.

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_   COLLECTION OF SCRAP METALS AND OTHER METALS
( ¤ Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #1142, C—2; Boy Scouts
‘ of America, Fulton Troop, A-2; Boy Scouts of America, Milton Junior
High School Troop, A-3; Young Men's Business Club of Fulton Incor-
porated, A-12. ~
DISCUSSION LEADERS
. Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #114, C-2; Fulton Minis-
terial Association, C-6; Young Men's Business Club of Fulton Incor-
porated, C-12.
ENTERTAINMENT
Free and Accepted Masons, Roberts Lodge {HTS, A-3.
FIRST AID
American Legion Auxiliary, Marshall Alexander Unit #72, u—l; ime~lcxx
Red Cross, Fulton Chapter, A—l; Boy Scouts nf America, Fulton Tr.av_
' , P—2; Fulton County Medical Society, C-4; Fulten Homemakers Club, C-;
Fulton Eeman's Club, B—7; Young Men's Business Club of Fulton Inc’r·
l porated, A—l2•
HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL ASSISTANCE
I Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Ledge #1142, C-2; Frltcn CharLsr
of Commerce, C—5; Fulton County Medical Society, C-4¤
INTERVIEWIMG
American Legion Auxiliary, Marshall Alexander Unit #72, A-l; Benevo-
lent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #1142, C-2; Fulton Ministerial
3 Association, C-6; Voodmon of the World, Fulton Camp, O"12; Yeung
Men's Business Club of Fulton Incorporated, A-l2•
I MWMZMWESHNEE
· Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #1142, C-2; Young Men's
Business Club of Fulton Incorporatei, C-12.

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$ PREPARATION AND SERVING OF FOOD
4 Fulton Homemakers Club, C-5.
PUBLIC SPEAKING
Fulton Lions Club, C-5; Young Men*s Business Club of Fulton
· Incorporated, C-I2.
RADIO OPERATION AND REPAIR
Young Men’s Business Club of Fulton Incorporated, C—l2e
RECR7$}A'I‘ ION
Free and Accepted Masons, Roberts Lodge #172, A-3•
RED CROSS ASSISTANCE
_ American Legion Auxiliary, Marshall £—.le:·an?er I'll`·.`*3 #72, AQ.; Qrréoj
° Scouts of America, Fulton Troop, A-2; F1.lt n Cheiiber of Commerce.
C—-3; Fulton `vIoman’s Club, A—7; Girl Scouts of I.-morica, Fulton 'l‘rro:_
I C—8; Guild of First Christian Church, C—8; Order of Eastern Star,
Fulton City Chapter #41, A-9; Terry—Norman Parent—Toacher Associa-
tion, C-·lO; Woman's Missionary Union, Baptist Church, A—ll; Young
Mcn‘s Business Club of Fulton Incorporated, B-12.
SALVILGE DEMOLIT ION SERVICE
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Lodge #1].42, C—2.
SEWING AND PREPARATION OF SURGICAL  INGS
3 American Legion Auxiliary, Marshall Alexander Unit #72, .;-1; America;
Red Cross, Fulton Chapter, A—l; Girl Scouts of America, Fulton Troop,
B—8; Guild of First Christian Church, C—8; Woman’s Council, First
· I Christian Church, C—lO; ".’5"oman's Missionary Union, Baptist Church, A-li
· SIGNAL SERVICES
Young Men’s Business Club of Fulton Incorporated, C-l2;

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é TEACHING ANERICANIZAT ION CLASSES FOR ALIENS AND OTHERS
‘ Fulton Ministorial Association, C-5.
TYPING AND OTHER CLERICAL ASSISTANCE A
V-Yoodmon of tho World, Fulton Camp, C-12.
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