The notes were for music learned and the white building was the Salt Lake Temple. I don’t remember what the blue bird and canary were about or the red shoe with wings.
The lantern may have been tied to the Bible story of when the the Lord knocked and 5 virgins were ready with their lamps full of oil but the other 5 virgins did not have full lamps and could not go with the Savior. There is another scripture that says, let your light shine, don’t hide it under a basket.
The house was for home and family which is the second most important thing in a person’s life. Jesus Christ is absolutely the most important supreme being in this life.
This tiny silver medallion was a celebration of 25 years of primary from 1929 through 1954. The primary years were from age 4 through age 11 and I can guarantee that 11 year olds cannot not wait until they turned 12 to move onward into the Young Women’s Program.