The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 5, 1930 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 5, 1930
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WEDNT3SD'A^ , MAKCH 5, 133U THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLY ILLE, O K R E A R I N G CHILDREN *ro« CRIB TO COLLEGE TOOTS CAHFEB Can any one doubt that the proper study of mankind must begin with the child; that Ittc proper study of the .child roast begin In the home and la preschool days, »Tea to prepared days? Tbe consummation devoutly to bo wished is an enlightened American parenthood. The public and private sobools, the colleges and universities, have a technique for teaching and a system for reaching into the hotnea of the nation that no other Institutions or organisations can ever have; and therefore the logical place to teacli potential and acted parent* what they should know about children 10 In the school, college and university. John J B. Watson says, "While roost motion picture are an Insult to onr adult organization, nevertheless they form a part of the child's environment. 1 believe in bringing children np from their Infancy to face everything there la to b« faced In their environment, and to so organize them about lire In general that such things ns movies and sex and crime and death fit Into their general scheme of life." ttf The test of a sood housekeeper Is one glance ut her bureau drawers and closets. Ihe living room may be in order and the kitchen immaculate, but the real test of thoroughness Is seen in the condition of those corners which the casual caller la not expected to see. But what the en sun I caller does not we, the children of the house t-ee daily. If (he grown-ups In the family are disorderly; If bureau drawer* are always crammed to overflowing nod closets are In chaos, It Is no wonder that the youngsters strew their toys about and never bang up their clothes, ' Raw cabbage In salad or sandwiches $8 truly a health food. Orange, grapefruit and lemon beverages, salads nnd desserts have a place In every family's meals, aa does a bountiful use of tomato**. In making cream of tomato soup, It 'a best to leave out the soda so that vltumino G will not be destroyed. To do this without having «.'nrdled soup, pour the hot, B*rnlned tomato Juice Into the hot white sauce just before the soup I* aervad. The Sheppard-Towner law which gave aid to mothers and now born babies, expired last June. The Jones- Cooper bill, slightly different, but for the same purpose, has not been passed. Tir,. session of congress preieuts another opportunity for the passage of this much needed hill. Under the combined agencies of state and nation £ple.ndld work has been done--nnd the lowered death rate of babies Is an incentive to continue. So Is the sllfi-hfly lowered death rate of mothers In child birth. The need for such provision for maternity and baby care as provided by the bill Is acute and the work so well begun should go on Write your representative and tell llm so ' _ . (t A building to house an experimental nursery school and elementary school Is In the cojrso of construction at the University of Michigan. Tbe school will he ready In September, 1830. and w i l l promote a varied program of research la child development. Capelike Scarf Recall* Bandanna of Yesteryear One new adjunct to a London evening frock is no more or less than a glorified scarf. Of the same shade of georgette as the gown which it ornaments, the scarf tie in a bow on the left shoulder and hangs across the front and back of the d«colletaK« and over the right arm. Except that it Is Inrger, this new cape Is merely the bandanna scarf of yesteryear, and a very graceful appendage it turns out lo be. /\k*H NUMSKUU. DEAR NOAH - DO ALU ejorr VNORK^WHB STRIKE 1S? W.B.*KWaeM»«r DEAR NOAH CANT TH» COI*F*ra ,, IF THer THA CAN? WHEN TH« MAR KPT DOSS THS PLANS wa VtfOMT JFWMCT", IS IT LAV»Wtx. TO " " "" " 8*LO« :TM5^tfv ··OTic^X ~ J PAGE FIFTEEN. By JIMMY MUBPHT f 'OXIAP OUT OP IT CAMPER ' tOr4'"T «5TAY , / MAD ALL, T'OOR LIPE, OUST BECAV»«.K THE. I BUTCHER. THOUGHT i WA5YDUI* V IT'S TOUR OWK» FAULT THAT VOU DON'T \ LtxK TbuN^)na= -Vou HAVE A BIRTHDAX ^ 1»IO Kin» Ffulurn Syndleile, Int.. Cjtat Brittle I'M 4oOt AND -SORE.BU" Tbu) ~ TOOT«'. HOVV WOULD IF THE BUTCHER \N«blNUATirO ~fHAT TOU L( OK OLTeia THAN ARE? IP HE t ^ I D PUNCH TOK-T ME TO AROUND THE ^AME. ·WANT -fou TO ANT 1 HORS- MEAT rROM THAT HE CAMiT OPPEND ME ANP 4-ET AVs/AT" WITH IT! LieTEW,MONCT'-. LOOWi i-rOOb TO THAT" ALL THAT MATTER'S. = IF TbUD «5PENt? HALF A5 MUCH TIME Ir4 A BARBER. 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