Clipped From Freeport Journal-Standard
Mrs. Heer's Afldress Association by having The \vt-re especially favored > Mrs. Myrtle Heer of Galena, III., well known In educational circles, Speak to them at the morning session. session. Her 'address was "Young People" and from start to finish, she proved ttie champion of youth. It is the home, In which the fault of present present day conditions, lies; parents, the one to blame for lack of discipline and control. The Puritan home does not fit in With this age'and it tdkes n clear head, a stout heart and a calm spirit to assume,the duties Of parenthood. Children have not outgrown outgrown the home, but it'has to be reconstructed reconstructed to conform with Ideas of the day. "Educators realize that education, or training of the mind is, only one of the duties necessary, today. JMs .education in tho home; ; that produces produces the best results." Mrs. Heer recommended and endorsed Prof. Ata' Personality Course to every parent. Children must be, educated, not by 1900 methodsjnit by methods of the present day, arid helps are to be found in magazines of, Child Training, National Congress of Parent-Teachers Parent-Teachers As's6clatlon,;;b^ the Ka- tlonal committee on Mental Hygiene, and many others. Ignorance, selfishness, selfishness, neglect and laziness of parents is the main reaspn for some pf'th? faults 'so much',-condemned• in';-the youth of the land.