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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 02, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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-ANNING YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE LET THE
SHAPE OF HEADS AND FEATURES BE GUIDE
MOTIVE TYPE has square or ob
long features, This temperament is
active, muscular and loves move
ment '
MENTAL TYPE, more triangular
in feature and slight in body; lives
chiefly in brain and nerves.
BY MRS. MINNA S. PARKS,
Noted Character Analyst
Every child wears the signs of its
character on head and features.
Parents and teachers can, with lit
tle effort, learn to read these signs
as guides to the development and
discipline of youth.
And such diagnosis is necessary if
the little lives are to become har
monious, effective and happy.
In this and succeeding articles I
shall conduct for readers of The Day
Book a life class in child modeling,
setting forth the fundamental prin
ciples on which character analysis
has been securely built.
Surely nothing can be more seri
ously fascinating for fathers ang
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