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SERVICE AND THRIFT
TRUE CITIZENS by MARY E. MCDOWELL

God hath made of one blood all nations of men, and we are His children, brothers and sisters all. We are citizens of these United States, and we believe our flag stands for self-sacrifice for the good of all the people. We wish, there fore, to be true citizens of our great country, and will show our love for her by our works.
Our country asks us to live for her good; so to live and so to act that her government may be pure, her officers honest, and that every home within her boundaries shall be a place fit to grow the best kind of men and women to rule over her.

NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Biography. Mary E. McDowell (1854- ) was born in Cincinnati, and has devoted herself to the service of others. She is head of the University of Chicago Settlement House-a place where neighbors meet for entertainments and for deciding on plans to make the neighborhood cleaner and better. Her "True Citizens" expresses a patriotic pledge for American boys and girls.
Discussion. 1. For what does our flag stand? 2. Mention some sacrifices that true citizens made for the good of all during the World War; what sacrifices did you make? 3. Did "meatless" and "wheatless" days mean sacrifice? Who do you think made the greatest sacrifice durina the war? 4. Tell what sacrifice the "Oxford men" made; what service the Belgian soldiers performed for the world. 5. What can an American boy or girl do for his school? For his home? 6. What does our country ask us to do? 7. How should a true citizen feel and act toward his country?

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