YMCA News Clippings Scrapbook 1939

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Abstract/Description: This scrapbook was created in 1939 by the YMCA of Greater Omaha. The scrapbook consists of news clippings. Titles of those materials include: 'Bob Hamlin Hobby King'; 'Boy's Hobby Perils Butler's Molars; Dan Meets 'Crisis''; 'Warren Johnson Manages Road Show; One of Highest School Honors Attainable'; 'Northern Lights'; 'Robert Lueder Ranks First in Speech Vie'; Robert Walstrom is Elected President of B.H. Student Council'; 'Clubs'Hi-Y'; 'Student Council is Installed at Assembly by Miss McNamara'; 'Robert and Bob, 2 Kopeckys, Snag south Student Election'; 'Central City Girl and Omaha Youth Top Young Citizens in Physical Examinations'; 'Season Heads January Seniors, Harris and Hunter Also Elected Officers'; 'Barry Comedy Leads Taken by Jean Larson, Bill Palmer, Betty Beck'; 'Klein Will Head Staff Of O-Book'; 'Former Y Director Recalls State's First Football Game'; 'Omaha Table Tennis Team Wins 'Y' Title'; 'Bob Martin is Champ'; 'Lincoln's Balanced Swim Team Wins 4th State Y Title'; 'Cream Tank Team Winner'; 'Hamilton Elected Aquatic Club Head'; 'Justice Simmons to Address Fathers, Sons.'
Subject(s): Nebraska
Omaha (Neb.)
Date Issued: 1939

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