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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGQN, SATOBDAY EVENING, JULY 9, 1921.
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Firemen breaking down evral doom
of a burning apartment house, found
the body of W. E. Muller, a polnon
fluldde. Deflpondence" and lack of
work h believed to have been the
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CROP IS ESTIMATED AT
WASinNOTOV, July 9. (V. P.)
The total wheat production for 1921 In
forecast at 809,000,000 bushels - the
department of agriculture lias an
nounced. The forecast a month ago
was S30.000.000. The 1920 production
was 787,000,000. The 'winter wheat
production is estimated at 674,000,000
uusneis, against 578.000.000 a month
ago. Over 54,000,000 bushels were
held on farms July 1. against over
vi:000.000 last vear. Th r,,unn
at wheat is given at 78.2 per cent, as
against 82.5 per cent last year.
'l Broadway chorus girls met lh the Madison Square Garden p'oot to
decide the swimming championship. Hera' Gertrude MacOonald. who
We Make a Dead Gar Live Again,
For We've Got Autos on the Brain.
This is the base hospital for the conservation of automobiles and
for the building up of wrecks. Don't go out on ft long? run unless you
ask us to look your car over first. One loosened nut may Interfere
with the pleasure or profit of your trip. ,
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Shop phone, 870
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME 11
, Nature commands the normal child
to bo ceiiselessly occupied during
waking life in using all the things(at
his command to reproduce what he
sees going on around him. The child
who gallops off on his broomstick. Im
itating his father on a horse, is get-,
ting valuable experience of a simple
sort in doing what he may need to do
later in life. In this simple action ho
is using his sense to get Information,
and then, most important of all, he is.
making this Information his own -by
actually doing the art. This- Is .the l
only way he can learn it. Me cannot
even perceive accurately until he is
.under the necessity of reproducing
the thing he Is receiving, or adapt
ing himself to it in some way. Nature
will not develop any faculty unless
there is need for it. If .the child
cmild get. nil he wants without be
coming sharp In sight, hearing, taste,
touch and smell, he never would ac
quire any keenness 'through any of his
Sand Piloh IJoneficiul
The child who has a large sand pile
in which he may make pies, build
houses, andso on, has a better ohance
tn develop his intelligence than a
child who is not so favored. As a
rule, the better the child's opportuni
ties for imitation, and the wider the
range of his Imitations, the more rapid
and normal progress he will make in
the development of his mind.
Often parents think that doll play
Is simply amusement; but it may be!
the means of developing intelligence
in a high degree. The child oftour
or five wlio cares for her doll, watch
ful ot its needs, nursing it when in
trouble, dressing it, putting it to bed,
instructing It, is getting forward faster
that she ever could without such ex
perience. These activities all require
keea observation, and Intelligence in
.execution. : Doll play brings in most ot
the factors of Intellect which are re
quired in caring for a little child in
real life. Of course, the more the
child has to do for her doll, the better
it will be for her intellectual develop
ment. A doll which the child does
nothing but look at, rock to sleep, or
carry in her arms, is of slight value
compared with one that must be
dressed and undressed, have her hair
combed, her nails polished, for whom
clothes must be made, and so on.
As the child's range of observation
Increases, doll play ought to become
more varied and educative. A child
who Is given a suggestion now and
again will readily develop a high de
gree of Imaginative feeling with regard
Co dolls, all of which may be vastly im
portant for intellectual development.
Suppose a child has five or six dolls
ot different sizes and appearance.
Each one may be made to personify
a member of ite family or some per
son In the neighborhood; or a charac
ter In history or in some story which
she has heard. Then these characters
may be made to act their parts in a
little drama. There is no experience
in human life which is more absorb
ing than these play dramatics In early
childhood; and it must be impressed
that in this play the child is simply
takfng mental possession of the world
around him. If he did not dramatize-.
life, he would not learn it.
An observing parent must have
noted his child's passion to play a
part. Every living thing he sees furn
ishes a model for personification. Now
he Is a cat, mow a dog, now one of his
playmates, and so on ad libitum. Do
you see what this meant for develop
ment T Suppose, for instance,, that a
child of five years of age visits a black
smith. When" he comes home you
may find, him shoeing horses all the
tjme. Anything will answer for the
horse. All the child is concerned with
is the shoeing. In performing this
activity he is really learning about it.
. What an advantage is would be to
your child if he could utilize the ob
jects ir. his home so far as possible
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to carry on his imitations. Perhaps
you have looked upon these play ac
tivities only as an annoyance, and
have .felt that they should ." be . sup
pressed. But greater' harm could
scarcely be Ione a child than to pre
vent him from imitating and personi
fying the peoiile and things about him.
in an article entitled "Can We Af
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Donald. Ex-Chairman of the Foreign
Policy Association, gives a table show.
Ting that tho United States spent In
1920 only r per cent of its income for
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of our economic life, and in the
stregthenlng of the quality of citizen
ship rather than in the enlargement of
The quality of citizenship can best
1 strengthened by wise training early
lh life. If therp is no kindergarten in
the public school of your district, have
one established. The National Kinder
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New York City, will tell you how to
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