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discovered the effectiveness of pooling their resources for things they could share in common. Our first Annual Meeting showed us with ten payments made on the house, an added insurance policy, a car, a garden, and a tennis court which we had built ourselves.
Bill, our older boy, was now preparing for college. Our discussions of the subject gav,- the children a comprehensive idea of the costs, and value, of education. Marian felt that she should go to college only if she won a scholarship. As her success in school was a vital part of our family economy, she dug into her work and qualified easily. Meanwhile, Bill got a job which paid for his board and part of his room rent. Later, when both boys were in college, he arranged for a seven-year student loan, to relieve the strain on our budget. The boys learned that.debt may be justifiable, but that the inevitable day of reckoning must be planned for.
Sometimes our sessions involved human relations. In a weak moment Marian bought a dress beyond her budget. I was willing to pay for it, but the boys were furious. If Marian was to get an extra dress, why shouldn't they have extra suits? My sympathies were all with my girl, who was feeling her first conquests, but I stuck to our rule. Marian paid for her dress.
When the laundress's daughter had an abortion and desperate illness, her mother came to us for a loan. We called a special session. The man in the case wouldn't help. His attitude brought into open discussion the question of sex. In that one unsavory affair, the children learned the financial cost of a trial flight into free love. As Bill crudely put it, "They could have had a car for all this trouble!" It was not an idealistic comment, but sound protection for a young man at college.
Eventually, the children all graduated from college, helping to pay their way through. Bill married early. He told me he would never have had the courage to face marriage on his tiny salary if it had not been for his training in the Family Session. "I owe my happiness to it," he said.
The children have often commented on the fact that few of their

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