YMCA News Clippings Scrapbook 1947-1948

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Abstract/Description: This scrapbook was created in 1947 ~ 1948 by the YMCA of Greater Omaha. The majority of this scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings. Titles of those materials include: 'YMCA Swimming Pool Now Open'; 'Boy Drowns at Peony Park; Search Slow'; an engagement announcement between Mary Ann Deeds and John Warren Van Bibber; 'Blind School Plans Told, Democratic Operation Pledged by McMillen'; 'Blind Girl, Aiming at Typist Job, Wants Some Fun, Too', regarding the typist, Maxine Pugh; 'Blind Instructor Brings Constitution to Life for Americanization Class'; 'Boys Town Leader Principal Speaker At Meet Sponsored by Midwest Athletic Club'; 'E. H. Brants Named YMCA Secretary of So. Omaha Branch'; 'Yule [tide] Musicale Presented by Y'; 'Gordon Heninger Elected V-President of Hi-Y Council'; 'Blind Omahan Named 1 of 10 1947 Outstanding Young Men', regarding a 28-year-old Omahan, LaVen P. Peterson; 'Kermit Hansen Is Omaha's Outstanding Young Man'; ''Dream Girl' to be Chosen at Annual Ball Friday Night'; 'YMCA Celebrate 104th Birthday'; 'Adventurer Finds Church Bells Symbols of Freedom'; 'Membership Roundup ' November 12-22, [Eugene] Skinner Heads NNSB Y Roundup Grew.'
Subject(s): Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
Date Issued: 1947

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