WHITE AND BLUE HONORS
700 Participate in
organizing and carrying through a proper
celebration of any national holiday. In each case
the history of the day must be known.
701 Organize and take part
in a proper celebration of some historical event
of local or national significance.
702 Contribute some service
to your community in connection with
703 Beautifying front yards.
704 Conservation of streams.
705 Conservation of birds.
706 Conservation of trees or
707 Do voluntary work for
three months in connection with a playground, a
settlement, or an organization, such as the
Charity Organization Society, Society for
Improving the Conditions of the Poor, Children's
Aid Society, etc.
708 Tell the history of your
own locality and what occurred on each historical
709 Tell the history and
meaning of the National flag and of the flag of
the country from which your ancestors came.
710 Know the flag and rules
of ten nations.
711 Indian Lore: Buy and own
a genuinely Indian made article, basket, bead
work, silver work, pottery, stone work, blanket;
and know to what tribe its maker belongs, what
materials were used in its construction, and how
it was made (The best way to help an Indian girl
or woman is to buy the things she makes. It means
food and clothing to her and her family.)
712 Know the location,
history, and present condition, both economic and
religious, of the tribe where your Indian article
713 Know the uses, meaning
of the design or symbols used (if possible), or
something of the ceremony in which it is used, if
it is a ceremonial basket, of your Indian
714 Be able to sing 6
genuine Indian songs at Camp Fire gatherings.
715 Be able to tell Indian
legends at Camp Fire gatherings.
716 Know the meaning of 10
Indian symbols or designs.
717 Be able to name the
Indian tribes that originally inhabited your
State, the tribes and number of members now
living there, and their economic and religious
718 Give brief accounts of
the lives and activities of 5 great or well-known
Indians, men or women.
719 Be able to distinguish
from each other the baskets of 10 different
720 An honor in patriotism
may be given to:
Each member that participates in giving a party
or dance in which the girls and boys are about
equal in number and in which at least two of the
following dances are learned and danced by all:
Virginia Reel, Portland Fancy, Lady of the Lake,
Howe's (or Hull's) Victory, Pop Goes the Weasel,
Chorus Jig, Lancers, Boston Fancy, French Reel,
German Hopping Dance, Varsouvienne, Furetur,
Gottland's Quadrille. This honor may be repeated
four times in any one year, provided new dances
are used each time.
721 Prepare plans designed
to improve the conditions under which girls work
in your community.
722 Be familiar with your
national history as it affects woman's welfare.
723 Pass a satisfactory
examination upon "The New Relation of Woman
to the World."
724 State the location and
function of ten institutions, public and private,
in your community for all kinds of relief and
725 State two public
For the people of your locality by the federal
government, by the State government, and by the
city or township government.
726 Write a paper of not
less than 1500 words describing present
immigration to this country, its advantages and
disadvantages, and some of the problems created
727 State the laws in regard
to fire protection of public places in your
728 Describe Boards of
Health and Labor Department requirements
affecting ventilation and sanitation in stores
and factories employing girls and women in your
729 Teach a class of not
less than three, once a week, for eight months in
connection with a church, tabernacle, settlement,
Young Women's Christian Association, Young
Women's Hebrew Association or other educational
or social institutions.
730 Belong to such a class
for eight months and miss not more than five
731 Attend a service ten
Sabbaths in three months.
Give brief account
of the life and service of:
732 Five religious leaders.
733 Five missionaries.
734 Five educators.
735 Five great women.
736 Five statesmen.
737 Five scientists.
738 Three inventors.
739 Five musicians.
740 Five artists.
741 Identify three
masterpieces of each of five well-known artists.
742 The same for five
743 Give the history of five
great heroes of your own race.
744 Commit to memory the
preambles to the Constitution, Lincoln's
Gettysburg Address, and the first two paragraphs
of the Declaration of Independence.
745 Commit to memory one
hundred verses of the Bible or an equal amount of
other sacred literature, as hymns, Thomas a'
746 Swat at least
twenty-five flies every day for one month.
747 Know the names, homes and occupations of
grandparents and great-grandparents; this to
include the maiden names of the grandmothers and