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"wear on her "day of days," is still
much of a secret, but most other
brides will wear white satin, or mes
saline, or Georgette crepe which
means that brides will dress accord
ing to tradition rather than fashion.
The fall briden affect simplicity
in her wedding' gowh notice the
rather severe lines of the bridal robe
I have sketched here from a design
by Mme. Bailey of the Fashion Art
LeagTie Of Amfiripfl ThA fntindaHnn
is white satin ivlth an overskirt of
hand-run lace and hand-run lace is
used in the lower part of the bodice
with fine net embroidered red In crys
tal and pearl beads forming the up
per part The quaint bell sleeves are
of tulle. The veil is caught into soft
wide pleats and fastened at the back
of the coiffure with a jeweled orna
ment that forms a Greek band
around the head.
And don't overlook the lengt'li of
the skirt. Seven inches from thp
ground. Which may not be digni
fied, but you cannot deny that it is
HOW TO EDUCATE YOUR CHILD TEACH HIS
TORY WITH JINGLES-TEACH CHILD BY PLAY
To become a teacher of her child
the mother, naturallv. must prmin
herself to Impart the important facts
of life in an entertaining fashion.
xriay muse De made instructive and
A means I and my daughter Wini
fred have found of deepest impres
siveness has been the use of jingles
to teach facts. All normal children
like jingles and rhythm. Facts set to
rhyme and rhythm are easily remem
bered by them.
Another indispensable fund of
knowledge entertaingly presented is
the Book of Knowledge, of which I
have already spoken. In a word, it
tells what things can do and what we
aa do with things.
B Girla will learn them much mnro
I readily than boys as a rule, for a
uoys onnocnromauc sense is much
less acute than that of the girl child.
Consequently parents and teach
ers must sharpen the boy's distinc- '
tion of colors.
In teaching your child, through
play or otherwise, do not keep his at
tenton concentrated for more than
15 minutes at a time.
When you notice attention lagging
turn to some other form of amuse- '
nent and instruction.
With this caution in mind and care-
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.VKS.-W1MFOEO SWCKOlCtE stone
TOLD BY WINIFRED SACKVILLE
Exponent of Natural Education
Play and love are the two impor
tant factors in natural education.
A mother, with the great love she
bears her child, can teach the little
one more in a few minutes than a
teacher who does not love the child
can impart in hours of enforced
j fully regarded, there is do danger of