Scouting, Volume 28, Number 7, July 1940 Page: 1
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GOD BLESS AMERICA
God Bless America, Land that
Stand beside her and guide her
Thru the night with a light from above;
From the mountains to the prairies,
To the oceans white with foam
God Bless America, My home sweet home.
Irving Berlin ©
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HOOSIER AREA COUNCIL SCOUTS LOOK ACROS| s
OHIO RIVER FROM INDIANA TO KENTUCKY
SCOUTING TODAY, See page 3 — "We in Scouting should keep in mind that we have an
opportunity to make a substantial contribution to National Defense in a most practical fashion
by a process of education, strengthening and vitalizing Democracy through the Scout Program.
This is our primary job."
Chief Scout Executive
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