The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 4, 1930 · Page 11
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January 4, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 4, 1930
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SATURDAY, J A N U A K r i, l')CO. TH3S DAILY COtmnSR, OONNHLJSVILJ E, PA. PAGT; v H Qcrii 1 dolll HarMlba/sts Orrrtv uiiil Arc ·JJ By FRANCES PAX3T31' Copyright, 1930, by Style Sources XEW YORK, Jnn 4- -Little HurrJos of excitement over advance epaliig tajaMontt are olwaya So ortl«r wbon a blfc eh Ip docke and homecoming; etyl- tHts dJecusH th«lr Parl» lmpres«.lona. Just now commonte ai^ rife on hand- bage which appear to bo undergoing sever tl Interesting phany«j, with a *lti;ht tendency toward more generous proportions Handbags, lika hats are bain? mads of unusual fabrics. Novelty Bilks and woolens and -combinations ol the two are ( Ited an at gieatcet moment for *porti ami wear. Paris still Is interested In matched acoweorlos and continues to deaign. handbag, h«s.t and scarf flote all of Iho sam« material. Both ondpr arm and pounch ofloots aro offered find jiidxiuj; from the l«.te«t .utvicea Moroccxi will bo one o£ the loathoi-a In iwe-. are ilchly jnountod and nt« to ue placod in the Jewell y }ntsn Indeot! throughout entire col- leotiona of new handbags for aitl pur- e.s oao Is impreasod by tho in- at highly feminized faflhloiia 'Pho'-f- Is a gay«'ty noc to aay frivolity about moat hamlbagti for epTing which nuoiu in tutio with ivory thing being pio,uued. Colors aie not tilwaj-8 brll- Kant but they are colors none the lesa ind oE vastly more interest than black It bccnrife tjiiito roaonnbla to oxpeot an- otlnr «wuin of .stated bags and nhoes, whetlior they aro, belgo, brown, b i t i i 01 spleen Dunbar 1M-MUU. J.ui - i - M r i Jamcj Bart- Ict*. hti6 l e t u r n f d homo aftei a vlait M.iih lolative-s in riitoburg. MrH. William Lincoln and grand- hoiy, Ilobuit, Jr, uiid Earl Lanoastor, w« ro in ConnclKviUe Tuesday. Mrs. 0 "W Bolton and ion, Howard, ap«nt several dave vi«itlng friondfl hero Ilcwaid u l u n H H l lo college at Westmlnetei Mil on Thursday Qoorgo Miller wan i business eallar in Uniontowu on 1 onday Mr. and Mre T \ \ v n i u i m s gave a birthday paity for their lour-yoai old aon, Donald T h o i w c i o l^J guci IB \UIOIIK them wore Wlllitim Reynolds, Robert, Jr , and Betty Jtxui Laucatter, Robert ami Doris Millei, Karl l^iii- M6ter, Mrs Robo t Lancaster and Ada W. H JJejuoldn and Harold, and Floyd Williams Lunch wue Mr. and Mr*, 1'titoi I J t inmter woro tailing In I ntoutovtu on Tuesday nonltig. . A « » i n u i will novm adiint «(h« ha 1 ! lost n n , i r f c t u u f n t -- j u i t faliod to luaku h' i \ osilton (Itar SKUU. DEAR NOAH" tS^A ct,OC I 0CUGHT AT ITS P A C E VAUUE- ? M M VoufiS m-^ih^ ', ·- #*$.^: £- ^f 1771 C*A^iftH FC''i - ICHM frtli- WvH-HHW Vl-iJ» TOOTS J I M M Y MUKPHY HELI.O \ THAT DINNER. MUST HAVE CO'iT $5OO."22 MRS HOOPER'. | TVJElvlTV PEOPLE. WERE. i i t r i y^, , THERE VOU KMO 1 ^/^ AUD THIMK- WONI5EPFUL V OP THE «=WELL POOD THE, vlEW^VEAaS 1 P LOWERS, THE TABLE EVE. PAWTT WE 1-1 Ab ? IT COLONEL. HOOFER. ! T AW S HAT AKIt DON'T ^ET A LOT OP cwjwaH i » » ' * * si I, 1 -i) 1931 king F«Btiiffa Syndlcnto, Inc., Grn.t »rit|iii j^g^ynjd FROM THE \ WAT THAT COLdWEL. HOOFER. TO =}f^ WHAT A 4-OOC TIMF THEN* HAD TOU'P ALMK'T TH1MK HE- ER-AH = THE. ^ORT o^ LET · CHAR6E I WHAT OF THIM^'3 1 . / HAVE D 3ME VsnTH OUT COL HOOF6R 1 IN FAC T THHWE WOUL^ T HAVE. SHEM A WiTHOUT HIM 1 . A COLONEL, AND A MATCH/ 00! . HOOFER'. I PON~! r I'LL. BET COLONEL HOOFER. FELT R V/HEKI I LEFT! HE ASKED IMfe NOT ~TO MEWTION TO Hls WIFE. THAT WE PAID POP. THE. PARTY ANO DlbM'T". ME TRIED HIS 3I7ST ~IO CHANGE. THE- =UBOECT,BLT I 'WOULtWT LteT H I M ' EVERY MINUTE HE. THOUGHT ^ TO LHT .THE. CAT OUT OF THE |p)iMMY MURPHY THAT «5H»'MP CB.RTA.t-JuY O»4 HE. A C I ^ A R THEN A MATCH , THE.N OF -WATER. VJHAT NOT! \A/A-= HE WHEN TO RAW UP HI'S L-AWH TOMORROW HE NV/A«O O P F , BUT 1 LET HJM AWAY WITH IT HH WA'-5 IN ANt FAR BE IT FROM Mfe TO BE ETTA KKT-J FOFULAAI I'LL SAY By PAUL BOB1NSOJN J HEAR HAD A to XOU A WE LOOKED CNE«- ALL MM ) - TIM TYLER toy TYM YOUNG. sefc.S\R l ^A'R^AOOOV, U'cRE 1 D VtXIR MOHEV-/ I'LL SAW Oc-HT OF \T». I GOT *T ~ VOOKVT OOHn 1 - MISS c5AV4H'6 PA E,UL\.O V\O\. i B.A.6 ^00 \ GOT IT v - / AvP.POf2.fA / BIG SISTER. WHAT'S THE BIO IDFJU By 1.ES FORUBAY£. O COURSE HE. WvD SHCA/'fc. IT V/AV THERE: N »N UNDER. DE 'TIL. SET5 A UTttE. THRCX0 THAT O15H MJAT6.R. OUT A N O j o,o5e -rwe CXPOR? v TRAIL £D OMtvl TO HI'S FELIX THE CAT by PAT , l r t " WE'LL PARK wet L NOUJ ODE' rue c ARE you G-OlMGr TO LOl I H T M l S CUC LiO f YOLi UJE MAY Net o t-r "C-Af" S1L W H A I 1 Til/ KCE MAS fc!RA«'MA UOT! By EDWUXA Nl'VJ we OUG-VATTK · en orP OU TO VOOR T O O -- L.V - -^ 4 IL · « f ^ /rA^A. ^ :-u^ fcn^r v'^By m^ VJELL, WVAV DOM'V VOU 0-E.r K WELL, \ WOUL.O-- \ frOT TO G-O WN . b -- s

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