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ellefonte, Pa. December 4, 1981.
N BEST DOGS FOR
CHILDREN 10 PLAY WITH.
Nhat is the safest dog to buy as
ymate and companion for a
all child? Dog experts and child
«cialists have just completed a
dy of 80 distinct breeds of dogs
ed in the official register of the
jerican Kennel Club, and have
ected ten of them which they
ommend as desirable pets for
jere is the list, prepared by them
the suggestion of the Woman's
me Companion, with a few words
comment on each breed:
the Newfoundland is a gentle
nt, who makes a patient compe-
it big brother for any child, but
not fairly be kept in the city or
er limited quarters.
fhe English setter and the Irish
ter are “gentlemen” of the dog
rid, patient and faithful with
fhe Samoyede, snowy white, is
ervedly called “the biteless dog
h the human brain.”
Among the terriers, particular
tability is conceded to the Irish,
-ehaired, fox, Scalyham, Scottish
i Cain. All of these, and es-
sally the first two, are keen
igh-coated up-and-coming aristo-
ts, splendid playmates for chii-
Last but perhaps best where mer-
but rather gentle and affectionate
allish dog is desired, comes the
‘ker spaniel. He is an outstand-
. choice for a small child inclined’
timidity where animals are
“hoice among these breeds de-
there's quality here.
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inished In none
extra” that's really useful. Don't
let the low price mislead you—
A wide selection of tossters, wp
pends very largely upon two factors: |
is like. The larger dogs need plen-
ty of space in order to keep happy
and in good condition, and conse-
quently should not be tried in the
city. The others are all right for
town, suburban or country life.
The closer the similarity of dis-
position in child and dog, the better
the chances of their appealing to
each other. Energetic active chil-
dren of quieter type, the Newfound-
land, setter and cocker spaniel are
suitable. The Scottish and Cairn
terriers are so adaptable that they
get along splendidly with children |
of all temperaments.
NEARLY 10,000 STUDENTS
TRAINING FOR TEACHERS.
Approximately 10,000 students are
enrolled at present in the thirteen
state teachers colleges and the
Cheyney Training School for teach-
ers, according to a recent statement
py Dr. James N. Rule, Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction.
exact figures are 9849 as of October
15. These students are distributed
in the following institutions:
Mansfield has an enrollment of
728, according to Rule's statement.
Indiana leads with 1427 students
while Cheyney Training School has
166, the smallest group.
All counties in Pennsylvania are
represented in the enrollments, rang-
ing from a total of six each from
Cameron and Forest counties to 663
from Allegheny county. One hun-
dred sixty-three students are from
Q. Where is the American Flag
A. The National Capitol Building
is the only building in the United
States over which the flag is flown
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REAL TEST TO COME
IN STRUGGLE FOR PEACE. Peace
R < greatest forward step of all time
| pose that it is colder in winter be- crime?”
cause the sun is then farther from "
the earth. As a matter of fact the
sun is no farther from the earth in
Weighed down as we are with our
domestic worries it is a struggle to
turn our eyes abroad. Geneva and
Japan seem far, far away from the
Yet what is happening over there
is, in the long view, even more im-
portant to us than what is happen-
ing in our present bemuddled eco-
A great crisis in
mankind's long struggle for perma-
nent peace is now impending.
Since 1918 the hope of the world
has been to find a method by which
another great war can be prevented.
That the horrors of the Western
‘front would be nothing as compared
! with those of the next war is sens-
ed by all who live today. That
! virtual suicide of civilization would
be the result, and dark ages be the
lot of humanity, is the settled con-
viction in every war college of the
Stripped of its technicalities, the
League-Manchurian crisis means
Either peace will be restored
through the agency of other nations
or the world's only machinery for
peace will be shown up as futile.
And that futility, once revealed,
would mean an armament race such
as the world has never seen. That
in turn would bring the
tions back to where they were be-
fore Sarajevo. And when War
came, as it would, there would
come chaos and the downfall of
What is happening in Geneva and
Japan today, therefore, is bigger
than Manchuria. It is the test of
the world’s one and only agency for
peace. The entire effort against
war, accumulated over the cen-
turies, is at stake.
Let the negotiations win, let the
| world be convinced that the League
great na- |
of Nations, or the Briand-Kellogg | Q Why is winter colder than sum- |
machinery, will work, and the
will have been taken.
Let them fail—but they must not!
Geneva and Japan are not remote
points. They are local stories to-
day, with a
every man capable of bearing arms,
and of very real interest to every
' mother, wife or sweetheart of such
'a man, in the whole United States.
GETTING TAGS NOW
AVOIDS X-MAS RUSH
| Pennsylvania veiucic OWRDers can
| aid the Caonsumas, “early mailing”
| campaign of the post office depart-
| ment by posting their applications
| for 1932 registration now, the bu-
' reau of motor vehicles of the State
| Department of Revenue announces.
| “Mail your 1932 applications for
| motor registration now,” said a
bureau statement. “By doing so
motor vehicle owners help relieve
Pennsylvania post office employees
of the additional burden of handling
applications and tags along with
Christmas mail but they also will
be aiding the bureau of motor ve-
hicles in the prompt and efficient
performance of its duty.
“Send in your application now and
get your tags before the Christmas
mail rush is on. Your 1932 tags
can be used on and after December
co-operating with the State Depart-
ment of Revenue in facilitating
prompt delivery of license plates.
Let automobile owners co-operate
with both by mailing applications
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This Christmas, practical,
useful gifts will be more
welcome than ever before.
Whether you spend $1 or
Electrical gifts are practical
—we offer you a wide
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Cabinet Models from $65.75
11.-Tube sets as low as $149.
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: Age ig will appreciate every
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PRIMA Washers — Biggest Value on Market
As low as $5.50 down
SPECIAL! The popular Hamilton
Beach Food Mixer has been re-
duced from $18.50 to $16.50
During the holiday season every
purchaser 13 also prezented with
two fine mixing Lowls—7" and
9” across—easily worth $1.50!
Beats everything, this mixer—
stirs, whips, creams, chops,
Mashes and fluffs potatoes. A
big time and work saver!
There are three great Prima models to
choose from . . . and every one of them
gives you the most for your money.
All have sparkling, easy-to-clean porce-
lain tubs—inside and out—providing a
smooth interior with no rough edges or
sharp corners to wear or tear fabrics. The
action of the agitator paddles is such
that all the dirt and grime is. removed
without harm to even the sheerest gar-
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Lovel! and “Nevercrush’ wringers are
standard equipment . . . guaranteeing the
quick ard efficient removal of the most
moisture possible, and the quicker drying
of your wash
Conlon lroners — $99.50
leon your entire wash twice as fast and twice as
easy as by hend with a Conlon Aytomatic Electric
Ironer! Serves as convenient kitchen table when
not ih use as ironer, Also models at $139.50 and
$159.50. Very liberal terms.
As Low As $5.95
Shown above is the new ''Tela-
farm”, No, 715, similar to $9.95
model. Beautiful silvered case,
gold bronze face, alarm
very real interest to
| cipal reason for the difference
temperature between summer
of the sun strike the earth.
you will clear the way for the heavy |
Not only will |
‘The post office department is |
Lawyer—"“It would be better it
you could prove an alibi. Did any-
A. It is a common fallacy to sup- body see you at the time of the
| Client—"“Fortunately, no.
winter than in summer. The prin-
in A New Jersey man boasts of hav-
and | ing carried the same umbrella for
fifty-two However, the man
winter is the angle at which the rays .
| who owns it may catch him yet.
Checks for Christmas Savings have been
mailed to those who were wise enough to
put aside each week a little money toward
The 1932 Series is now open. You will
be glad, when Christmas comes next
year, if you join.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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WE FIT THE FEET COMFORT GUARANTEED.
@ Baney’s Shoe Store g
oh WILBUR H. BANEY, Proprietor
5) 80 years in the Business 3]
: BUSH ARCADE BLOCK 5
7 BELLEFONTE, PA.
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£510 Anniversary vale
Saturday, December Sth
Be here when the doors open and get the
surprise of your life.
We have forgotten everything — values,
cost, selling price. We are determined not
only to make this our most successful sale, but
to give you—the Store’s loyal patrons—an
opportunity on our 45th Birthday of seeing
your dollars, be they ever so few, do the job
that took many a year ago.
It’s our Birthday.
Be here when the doors open Saturday, Decem-
ber 5th. Itsat.....
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