"That's my first flag salute," Brim said, returning the compliment solemnly.
On the main stage, the queens and veterans were challenged to perform a patriotic flag salute before walking the runway displaying their transformation.
However, the cases brought before the Court by the Jehovah's Witnesses allowed the Court to consider a range of issues: mandatory flag salute, sedition, free speech, literature distribution and military draft law.
A flag salute was to be part of the official program for the Columbus Day celebration to be held in schools all over America.
Fleetingly she wondered if she were to be entombed beneath the sea, laid out in an eternal flag salute.
The talks broke over the matter of the flag salute.
During the period when it was used with the Pledge of Allegiance, it was sometimes known as the "flag salute".
On Monday, June 3, 1935, Watch Tower Society president J. F. Rutherford, was interviewed at a Witness convention about "the flag salute by children in school".
In an 8-to-1 decision, the Court upheld the mandatory flag salute, declining to make itself "the school board for the country."
The persecution did not stop until the Supreme Court, in 1943, said the Constitution barred officials from prescribing orthodoxy through the flag salute.