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Surprising Things We Don't Have to Do for Personal Progress Anymore + More Changes Over the Years


1920—Revised Bee-Hive Girls Handbook Published

VImage titleery similar to the 1915 version of the Bee-Hive Girls handbook, the 1920 version added more content describing the Bee-Hive Girls organization and advancement.

The new version of the handbook also included the "Spirit of the Hive," which acted as their purpose statement or motto:

"On my honor each day I will have faith, seek knowledge, safeguard health, honor womanhood, understand beauty, know work, love truth, taste the sweetness of service, feel joy."

In fact, the Bee-Hive Girls motto sounds very similar to the Personal Progress values, which are: faith, divine nature, individual worth, knowledge, choice and accountability, good works, integrity, and virtue.

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