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Prayer.

Poem of not less than 25 lines (F. C. No. 6) One or more girls.

I. Demonstration of uses for Symbol.

Who has made any use of her Sym

IV. Show how other elements bedes the physical enter into beauty. Tell how an ordinarily plain girl may become beautiful? What effect does the eye have in her case? Why is the eye called the window of the soul?

How may each one of us have a turn at being beautiful? (See "Understand Beauty," page 68. Bee-Keeper's Book.)

How may a girl's beauty be heightened or marred by the way she aranges her hair?

By her hat?

Let each girl consider: "What can I do to become more truly beautiful?"

V. Assignment:

a. Structural Cells. (Suggestive ones: 14. 15, 16, 212, to 217 inclusive; 221, 222, 226, 227, 261, 517, 519, 711, 712, 713.)

b. The lesson.

References: "Understand Beauty," page 68, and "Personal Beauty," page 88, in Bee-Keeper's Book.

LESSON XVIII.

(For Tuesday, March 21, or Sunday, March 26.)
To be planned by Bee-Keeper and girls.

FOR KEEPERS OF THE BEES.
LESSON XVI.

FOUNDATION CELL NO 14, A PRACTICAL USE OF NAME AND SYMBOL.)
(For Tuesday, March 7, or Sunday, March 12.)

bol? How did you use it? (Let each girl who has used it tell how she did it and show it.) Who has a new thought in regard to a way to use hers? Tell it to

us.

II. Helpful suggestions about ways

to use a Symbol. (See pages 17 to 33, The Bee-Keeper's Book.)

III. Each girl work out some way to use her own symbol, in embroidery, crochet, stencil, wood-block applique, or other method. If not far enough advanced to do this have each girl take pencil and paper and work out a design in some form in which she would like to use it.

Prayer.

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LESSON XVII.

TASTE THE SWEETNESS OF SERVICE (For Tuesday, March 14, or Sunday, March 19.)

Poem (Foundation Cell No. 6) one or more girls.

I. Tell briefly a story of some great service.

II. Tell of some person in your community who renders great service.

(a) Who renders great service in the family? What is that service?

(b) How may you render service in the home? Discuss cells that will help you to render such service. (See Structural Cells Nos. 19, 20, and those in the Field of Home.)

(c) How may you render service to yourself? Discuss some cells that will help you to do so. (See cells Nos. 214 to 217, 226, 227, 252, 517, 710, 713, 828, 1213.)

(d) Name and discuss some cells you would like to fill that would help you to render service in the community. (See Nos. 201, 202, 329, 330, 334, 350, 427 to 430, 440, 441, 442, 445, 519, 826, 827, 833,

839, 926, 927, 931, 935, 939, 940, 1017, 1434, 1435.)

(e) Name and discuss some cells that would help you to render service to God. (See Nos. 4 to 9, 14, 15, 505, 506, 1005, 1007, 1012, 1016, 1022.)

III. Tell briefly the service redered by the 6 auxiliary organizations of the Church:

The Relief Society.
The Sunday School.
Y. M. and Y. L. M. I. A.
The Primary.

The Religion Class.

IV. Name some of the advantages that have come to you through your progeritors having accepted the gospel. These things then, are the service of the missionaries, to you. What can you do to repay them?

V. Assignment. (a) Structural Cells. (b) The lesson.

LESSON XVIII.

(For Tuesday, March 21, or Sunday, March 26.)

To be planned by Bee-Keeper and her girls.

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