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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1915)
THE ST73TOAT OTfEGONTAN, POR1XA2TD. OCTOBER 24, ID 13.
CAMPFIRE GIRLS PLAN
Ceremonial Robes to Be Worn at Entertainment in National Theater
October 30 Beads Insignia of Honor, Bestowed for Deeds Well Done.
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ARRATED in their ceremonial robes
and with bright honor beads
strung- about their necks, the
campfire girls of Minnehaha and
Chinook camps will appear in an en
tertainment that is planned for the
night of October 30. when the National
Theater will be turned over to the
campfire girls and their friends.
On the occasion of the benefit per
formance there will be motion pictures
depicting the various activities of the
campfire organization and showing the
lessons that are taught In the work
Each bead worn by a campfire girl
means an honor won. Home tasks well
done are regarded as victories. Duty
becomes a pleasure when one is a true
campfire girl. Dishwashing ie dignified
as an accomplishment; housework is
glorified. Any task well done is not
only a duty, but a pleasure a triumph.
Honors are gained by doing the homely,
every-day things with a spirit so splen
did that the workers feel a pride in
their task and a joy In its accomplish
ment. There are three ranks in the organi
zation the wood gatherers, the fire
makers and the torch bearers. Athletics
properly supervised are encouraged, as
they tend to make the girls healthy.
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The aim of the order is for
- Little tots under 12 years of age are
not allowed to be campfire girls, but
they may be bluebirds, little harbingers
At the entertainment on Saturday
Mrs. Ralph Wilbur and Mrs. Louis Ger
linger, Jr., guardians of the camps,
will chaperone the "Indian maidens."
Some of the proceeds of the entertain
ment will be put away toward the Sum
mer camp fund. Last Summer the girls
enjoyed a wonderful outing at River
dale, where they lived an ideal camp
life for a fortnight. They did their own
cooking, baking, washing and any other
necessary work and devoted the after
noons to out-of-door exercise and.
sports. The money expended on the
last camping trip was all earned by the
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