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4 THE OGDEN STANPARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1920.
I ALL Children Need Musk J
J I HE child who absorbs music in his infancy has I
been provided with an inexhaustible source of B
pleasure all through life. It can never be taken front flr
him. Misfortune but increases his need for its comfort.
I Prosperity requires music for its fullest enjoyment.
! I There is no period in life when the Is your child absorbing music while
j love of music is not helpful. The his disposition and character are in . , j y
National Child Welfare Association the building and his tastes are in
j (which has no interest whatever in the formative stage? Have you pro- J
I music and whose sole purpose is the vided him with this important means
I elevation of the race) is so impressed of wholesome enjoyment in later life?
I with the value of music to the child And yourself? Are you bringing all B
I in developing the highest type of thc music you need mto your own I
men and women that it has pub- fep
; lished, in booklet form, a special , I
j, 1 message to parents urging a musical Fill your home with music and
I . atmosphere in the home. You natu- you will fill your life with gladness. jgp
II rally are interested in the best de- There will be a zip to your work mt
mgm I hgmdiplJ velopment ot your oton child. and a sparkle to your playtime. W
8IS59HI a Piano a player-piano or a phonograph. J jr'flf I
Buy other musical instruments as well. B
H Glen Bros.-Roberts Piano Co. Browning Brothers Co. Lyric Music Co. I
H j Last & Thomas Proudfit Sporting H
Ilk Music Dep't. Goods Co, JJ! HI