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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. `
Local Piblications: None. *