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LESSON XIV.

FOUNDATION CELL NO. 6

Set a table tastefully, having dishes clean and properly arranged, with clean linen and some simple seasonable decora tion.

(For Tuesday, February 14, or Sunday, February 19, 1922.)

Prayer.

Song, Sunrise Song. Handbook. Give "Womanho Call."

I. While girls sew, discuss setting the table.

Take a few simple menus. (See pages 54 to 63, in the Bee-Keeper's Book.) Decide what dishes would be appropriate. Then discuss the arrangement of the dishes, for each meal, on the table.

II. Assign each girl a table for dinner, luncheon or breakfast.

Let them in a minute tell their menus and how they would set the table.

LESSON XV.

(For Tuesday, February 21, or Sunday, February 26, 1922.)

To be planned by Bee-Keeper and her girls,

Prayer.

Sing: "Lady Bird." (Page 60. Handbook for 1921.)

FOR GATHERERS OF HONEY.

LESSON XIII.

I. a. Girls name something beautiful they have seen in nature, and tell why they think it is so.

III. Discuss seasonable decorations.

UNDERSTAND BEAUTY.

(For Tuesday, February 7, or Sunday, February 12, 1922)

Was it the shape? Describe it.
How did it make you feel?

(Ask several girls. Be sure they mention some of the common beauties around them, such as trees, mountains, the desert, sunset, sunrise, a lake, river, stream, the stars, clouds, etc.)

Have the girls give examples of good and bad table decorations.

IV. Assignment:

Foundation Cell No. 6 for accomplishment during the week and ask them each to be prepared to report on their work.

Assign one girl to recite (Structural Cells Nos. 165, 166) and one to sing (Structural Cell No. 161) at next meeting.

Sing: Round, Swinging.
Sing: The Call of Womanhood.

Was it the colors that attracted you? What were they?

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b. Name objects of beauty that may be seen from your window.

c. Name some beautiful winter phe

nomena you have seen this season, such as the falling snow, an effect of sunlight and mist, clouds, a lighted window during a storm, etc.

d. What signs of spring have you noted recently? Point out the beauty in each.

II. Girls point out and describe some beauty they have observed in the common objects around home.

Examples: A brightly shining stove, a fire on the hearth, a pewter, brass, or copper dish, a well-baked loaf of bread or cake, a well set table, the flowers or plants in the window.

III. Recall and illustrate a beautiful melody, reproducing it vocally. or on violin, organ, piano, or other musical instrument.

Is the strain repeated in more than one way? How does it affect you? Why do you like it?

IV. Girls bring pictures of beautiful objects made by man, or illustrate by the objects themselves, such as a piece of pottery, tapestry, lace, embroidery, etc.

Why is the object beautiful?
V. Assignment:

a. Foundation cells; if any finished assign them.

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b. Structural cells; let the girls name the ones they want to fill or Bee-Keeper suggest. (See 327, 848.)

c. Bring pictures of what you consider beautiful homes-house, garden, interior.

d. Each girl make a plan of her own room. Come prepared to consider in her own mind, at least, what she would like to do to improve it. Think what she can do with little or no expense to beautify it.

Note to Bee-Keeper: If the above lesson covers phases of the subject that your swarm has already studied, select others, plan your program and use it. Four lessons planned by the General Board are to be taken up with a study of Beauty." The other three are: Beauty in the Home; be taken up with a study of Beauty. The Bee-Keeper's Book, which is now ready, contains more material than can be used in four lessons. Use as much of it as your girls want, extending it, if desirable, into the nights when you plan the lesson. One evening could be made very attractive by letting the girls work out a color chart. "Principles of Color Harmony," published in the Journal for February, 1921, and in the Bee-Keeper's Book, gives the instruction.

Circles of color may be cut from advertisements or pieces of cloth, and pasted in, beginning with neutral and pure red, yellow, and blue; then filling in the others as they are seen and recognized.

VI. A game.

Prayer.

LESSON XIV.

BEAUTY IN THE HOME.

(For Tuesday, February 14, or Sunday, February 19, 1922.)

Sing: "Make the Home Beautiful." (See Journal for March, 1918, Vol. 29, p. 173.) Or "Home." (Journal for Nov., 1921.)

I. Consider pictures of beautiful homes brought by girls.

Exterior: What makes it beautiful? In what way does it fit in with its surroundings? Is it just like the home of everyone else? Is it freakish so you get tired of it, or do you like it better the more you see it? Why do you think you grow to like it better and better?

Garden: Does it contain things suitable to your locality and climate? What makes it beautiful? How could vegetables, etc. be planted to make it more useful and yet not take from its beauty?

Interior: Is it suitable for its purpose? What do you admire about it?

II. Address: Color in the Home: Reference, Bee-Keeper's Book.

QUESTIONS.

1. What general plan of color is attractive for floor, walls, and ceiling in any room? What would you

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Prayer. Sing: "A Sunbeam Song" to the tune of "The Early Riser," page 50 of 1921 Handbook.

I. Address with charts, if possible, showing the different systems of the body.

Let a speaker point out the good types and warn against the kind of ornament that is only clumsy and has no use.

LESSON XV.

(For Tuesday, February 21, or Sunday, February 26, 1922.)

To be planned by Bee-Keeper and girls.

To be given by nurse, physician, or mature woman with the qualifications necessary to handle the subject in a way to make girls understand and appreciate the marvel, the holiness and

Each girl think: "What can I do to im prove my room? Is it a north south, east, or west room?

FOR KEEPERS OF THE BEES.
LESSON XIII.

FOUNDATION CELL NO. 8.

Know what a girl of her age ought to know of the physiology of her own body. (For Tuesday, February 7, or Sunday, February 12, 1922.)

What general color scheme is suitable for it? What old material have I that ture is there that I could repaint, renew, could be dyed and used? What old furnior re-cover? Has it too many pictures? What pictures are available that would be an improvement? Does my room express my ideals?

IV. Assignment:

a. Structural Cells. (See 110, 114, 119, 122, 328 to 335, 345, 610 to 618, 788.)

bring pictures of gowns, coats, etc., they b. For first meeting in March, girls

think beautiful.

c. Arrange a time for girls to take their

tests.

d. After consulting Ward President, announce time for awards to be made.

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LESSON XIV.

FOUNDATION CELL NO. 15.

Know the life cycle of the human being according to the gospel of Jesus Christ -pre-existence, mortality, immortality. Know wherein lies woman's glory in this Divine plan.

Prayer.

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

Sing: The Call of Womanhood.

I. Address: The Cycle of Life ac

cording to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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(See Journal for April, 1921, or the Bee-Keeper's Book, page 125.)

II. Sing: Oh, My Father.

III. Assignment:

Lesson for next week.

LESSON XV.

(For Tuesday, February 21, or Sunday, February 26, 1922.)

To be planned by Bee-Keeper and Girls.

M. I. A. NOTES (Continued from page 41)

EFFICIENCY REPORT OF Y. L. M. I. A. FOR NOVEMBER, 1921 The following reports were received too late to be included in the regular group:

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