How does an Entered Apprentice wear his apron?
Beside this, can entered apprentices wear Masonic rings?
In the United States, most members who attain their Entered Apprentice and Fellowcraft degrees have only a relatively short period of time before they become a Master Mason, making rings for the first 2 degrees quickly unnecessary and therefore, never worn again.
Similarly, what is the sign of an Entered Apprentice?
The symbol of the Entered Apprentice degree shows both legs of the compass lying under the square. This degree stands for youth. It means that the Entered Apprentice does not yet know how he can circumscribe his passions on the square of virtue. The Entered Apprentice degree is a pledge of your word.
Therefore strictly speaking the apron should be worn outside the coat, not underneath it. Reprinted from Masonic Bulletin, October 1951.