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A Campfire Girl’s Happiness

The sun rose over Plum Beach to shine down on a scene of confusion and wreckage that might have caused girls less determined and courageous than those who belonged to the Manasquan Camp Fire of the Camp Fire Girls of America to feel that there was only one thing to do?pack up and move away. But, though the camp itself was in ruins, there were no signs of discouragement among the girls themselves. Merry laughter vied with the sound of the waves, and the confusion among the girls was more apparent than real.?Have you got everything sorted, Margery?the things that are completely ruined and those that are worth saving?? asked Eleanor Mercer, the Guardian of the Camp Fire.?Yes, and there's more here that we can save and still use than anyone would have dreamed just after we got the fire put out,? replied Margery Burton, one of the older girls, who was a Fire-Maker. In the Camp Fire there are three ranks?the Wood-Gatherers, to which all girls belong when they join; the Fire-Makers, next in order, and, finally, the Torch-Bearers, of which Manasquan Camp Fire had none. These rank next to the Guardian in a Camp Fire, and, as a rule, there is only one in each Camp Fire. She is a sort of assistant to the Guardian, and, as the name of the rank implies, she is supposed to hand on the light of what the Camp Fire has given her, by becoming a Guardian of a new Camp Fire as soon as she is qualified.

A Day at Camp Killkare; Or, Aunt Jane and the Campfire Girls

"A Day at Camp Killkare; Or, Aunt Jane and the Campfire Girls" by Elsie Duncan Yale. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten?or yet undiscovered gems?of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Campfire Girls’ Lake Camp or Searching for New Adventures

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Campfire Girls’ Outing: Or Ethel Hollister’s Second Summer in Camp (1918)

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Pemrose Lorry, Camp Fire Girl

"[...]bettered the betty element a little," she confided, the spice of her mixed cognomen floating in her eye. It was a joke with her, that chowchow name-original mixture-and how she came by it. Her father, Professor Guy Noel Lorry, Fellow of Nevil University, -Toandoah, the inventor, she called him, -wearing his symbol, a saw-toothed triangle, embroidered with her own upon her ceremonial dress-had at one time almost prayed for a son, a boy who might help him to realize the dream, even then taking hold upon his heart, of conquering not the air alone but space-zero space, in which it was thought nothing could [...]."

The Camp Fire Girls Amid the Snows: New Special Edition

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The Camp Fire Girls at Half Moon Lake

Part of the Camp fire Girls series by Margaret Vandercook. This is an adventure and a mystery written for young ladies, and exciting reading for everyone. This is a Green Bird Quality production.