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Ken came running home from kindergarten, waving his weekly newspaper.
"We're learning about Indians, and I know how to make signals the way they used to do. You can learn all about it, Mom. It's in my newspaper."
Mother read Ken's newspaper, and then the two of them played Indians. They cleared the dining room table so Ken could use it for a drum. Then, while Mother went into the kitchen to prepare supper, he began to tap out some messages to her. He was a young Indian brave sending signals from a deep valley, and she was the Indian chief on top of Bear Mountain above the valley, answering his signals by beating a spoon on a frying pan.
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What Is Really Going On?
CHARLES HENRY GABRIEL
The Mother as an Educator
MAIDA McLEOD O'CONNOR
MELVIN A. HURWICK
To Hear God, We Must Listen
Climb Out of the Valley
LAWRENCE R. WOOD
A Time of Promise
VERA SOHR KELLY
A Right Sense of Possession
William Milford Correll
We Must Progress to Stay Healthy
Alan A. Aylwin
Many years ago when in the Army in our former homeland,...
For years I have been blessed by reading the testimonies in the...
Rachel Wentworth Crandell
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 388 - Helping Children in School
with contributions from Richard Lombardi, Jack Krieger
Signs of the Times
Rabbi I. Jakobovits