Education: Purer Piping

The pied piper of Hamelin was a dismal flop compared to the modern underworld radio show. One day four years ago several young matrons at the Women's Club in suburban Maplewood, N. J. fell to talking about this problem, a great worry to many a U. S. mother who has observed the intense preoccupation of U. S. moppets with the cheap and sensational entertainment provided for them by films, newspaper strips and particularly the radio. Said brown-haired, brown-eyed Mrs. Dorothy L. McFadden, mother of James & Jean and wife of James L. McFadden,...

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