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ENTERS ITS FORTY-SECOND YEAR AND VOLUME, SEPT., 1921

THE MAGAZINE “EDUCATION”

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Story, of the Worcester County Farm Bureau. CO-OPERATION OF THE COMMUNITY AND THE SCHOOL, by Arthur

W. Gilbert, State Commissioner of Agriculture for Mass. RURAL AGENCIES AND RURAL TEACHERS, by Irene W. Landers, Home

Editor of “Farm and Home." THE GRANGE METHOD AND ITS RESULTS, by Charles M. Gardner,

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
The World at Play
Unrest, by Joseph Lee
Citizenship and School Centers, by Frank V. Thompson
Cardinal Gibbons
Fort Wayne's Most Dynamic Movement—The Community Council.
An International Awakening to the Value of Play for Play's Sake, by

William M. Sloane, LL. D.
America's First Community Center, by C. M. Goethe
Art in Every Home
A Move to Conserve the Industrial Arts of Foreign Born Peoples
Community Service Sponsors Local Art Exhibit
Community Service Treasurer Appointed Ambassador to France
Going to the Country in a City School
Suggestions for the Leisure Time of Young Children, by Louise M.

Welles
Xew Rational Athletics for Boys and Girls, by Frederick J. Reiley
Boys in Community Service
Fighteen Months' Work of the Recreation Department of Detroit, Michi-

gan
Check Your Babies
Community Service at Whiting, Indiana, as Described by the Com-

munity Organizer
The Community Council at Fort Wayne, Indiana
New York Has a Town Hall
Rest and Play, by Charles L. Dana, M. D.
* Americanization!” What Is the Secret?
Brought Joy to the Foreign Born
America via the Neighborhood
$53 for War and 57c for Education
Fun for the Grown-Ups IV
Church Singing
The Gift Bearers, by Hazel Hayman
Robin Hood Legends Adapted to May Day Celebrations
Old English May Day
Rural Public Meeting Succeeds
Athletic Meet and Play Festival for the Rural Schools of Kent County,

Michigan
. Community Dinner at Bellingham, Washington
Suggestions for Increasing Attendance at Swimming Pools, by Samuel K.

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Construction and Maintenance of Municipal Golf Courses III, by A. A.

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Book Reviews

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Entered as second-class matter August 8, 1916, at the Post Office at Cooperstown, New York, under act of March 1, 1879. Copyright, 1921, by the Playground and Recreation

Association of America

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