The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 3, 1939
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 3,1039. THE.DAILY COURIER, CONNELL,SVH,LE. PA. The Daily Courier Pattern' iNEW BOLERO FROCK ; FOR JUNIORS PATTERN S052. , Take n timely fashion-hint from :Marian Martin, and make this new bolero frock for your "young hopeful" (or If she is old enough, let her stitch it up for herself!}. "Swing' skirt, girdle-waist frocks arc SO in style for winter and spring -- ant sleeveless boleros too!' Moreover Pattern 9952 is a budget-saving itctn for its major requirements arc only a few yards o£ inexpensive wool, sill or synthetic, with, a little con'-ras fabric for the boicro. A classroom style can swiftly be made (with th diagrammed Sew Chart helping)-using the collar version and short o long sleeves. There's a party 'vcr sion as well, with 'the clellghtfu square nocklinc! Pattern. 9952 may. be ordered only In girls' lizes 6, 8, 10, 12 'and 14. Sia 10, dress, requires 2 3-8 yards 3 Inch fabric and 1 5-8 yards ruffling bolero, % yard contrast. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coin for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure 'to" write plainly 'your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. .......... . . Spring, 1930, MARIAN MARTtt PATTERN . BOOK is -just out an ready for mailing! See the laics styles, easy enough for beginners to make! Basic budget wardrobes Bride fashions! Suits' and their ac eessories! Coats, dresses and en ·cmblcs! ' "Fundamental" frocks Cruise outfits. Styles for the larger figure." College, graduation am "date" dothes. Togs for the "smal fry," as well as maternity wear, anc , an infant layette. Included are lin geric, and housedresses. Order now BOOK, FIFTEEN CENTS. PAT TERN, FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. . -^ Send your order to The Dall. Courier, Pattern Department, 232 \V 18th St, New York, N. Y. Wife Preservers Ke«p · supply of alcohol (the rubbln? «ricty) on hand In winter to wipe the ' windows In freezing weather. Ust ctoth dampencd.with alcohol.' Al«o u*e It for mirrors and windshields, taking a wad of paper dampened with alcohol first and rubblnjraorfacetobecleane'i. Thcnfol- low with a dry cloth on which you have sprinkled a'liulc non-scratching cleaning powder. To polith. me chamoia skin or sou crushed paper. Tells of Drug Fxrta John H. McGIoon, comptroller and trice president of McKesson Eob- bins, tells state attorney general's hearing in New York that inefficiencies in management of the drug firm and its close hands of the Musica brothers vrcrc responsible for its condition. ICentral Pren) JOE PALOOKA Guests. By Ham Fisher MR. PALOOKA, WORRIED SIR -TONIGHT IS THE OPENING AND NOT ONE RESERVATION HAS BEEN MADE. OH THAT'S AWRIQHT.G1VE THE FRONT TABLES T'MY FAIWL.Y AN' MISS HOWE- --AN' HER FATHER AN' ALL THE PEOPLE/ I A N ' MR. WALSH SENT INVATASHUNS T'BE OUR GUESS. HOW MANY GUESTS WILL THERE -' SIR? HERE'S A LIST MW VERY RELIEVED OF 'EM. I 6IR. X IMAGINE THINK ABOUT A THAT'S WHY WE THREE' THOUSAND J HAVEN'T RECEIVED RESERVATIONS. BECAUSE NAT 'URALLV THE PEOPLE YOU INVITED THE ONE'S W O USUALLY SIT AT RlN5S\pe TABLES ; ' AT OPENINGS THIS WOULD BE .OF BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Playing tlic Good Xelghbor. By , Billy DC Beck DON'T VJORRV/LOMZO- THERE'S RUWPNS SOWS POOR SfV? PiROUMO TttX CftN IMPOSE SOU KNOW T. S\CH R QEPiST K= Pi DM V. HEL? W PORE CRVTTERS 'THOUT ft ROOF QVIER THEVR W\\OS ·-- \ RUAJS VMUZ ft MO -'COUNT CfUTTER TrtPiR DON'T 'PERR TO BE NO PURGE, FER ME IN TWS WORLD 3I.ST R WRe\-E OVJ VNW- R BROKE HERRT VOU KfJOW I OfflN'T VJURT X THERE-THERE STOP EVERXTrUNG'U. TURN OUT HLL RVGW- X RUNftXS Pi PELLER'S GOT to OF- OR FOLKS C5VT TWMK. Wt'S STUC«rUP Copr. tO^S. King Fcaturo Syndiciic, Inc.. World nghti racrva! RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt N.L RIGHT. NOW YOU GET OUT OF THE CftB "Vf STICK-UP / GOSH, ftLLER. I ONLY GOT TWO BUCKS j WHO \S joi ? MOU HeftRO ME. .VJHO IS UNCl£ JOE ftND WHERE CftN NOW SVT ON THE RUNN\NG- BQftRO VflTrt XOUR. HftNDS UUOER-^DU - WORKT ABOUT TOUR. TWO BUCKS DQNT HE \S. NEVER EVEN HEARD OF'HIM SOMETIMES I THINK YOU ARE DID NOU DO THAT SARAH? MUGGS McGINNIS ·''MOW. wnvl THOSE FAISE l.SfcO LOOK JUST LIKE A GLAMOUR. cneu'.t to SOMETHlM' X3UR FRECKLES (JOVA/. By Wally Bishop . CCNTCRY- WEIL FIXTHOS5 USU LcoVi! yPEET ScMEUoW, VOO'RE GEITI^ FAISE AU. A\ESSED OP!'. TU6 CMli/ PLACE. -THOSe PEET LOC«. FEET TWAT } WATURAl- - IS CU A. PA-tP? OF LOCK-!',/ trfSKlS// Do»4T WOKW/ AECOT ' THE. FRccxi-ec.-TWA-r J LCCK'IS v MlCf/ SMART '.'. X HERE! cur OUT i lUPPDSE 7HGV TOCUG.D S'MOCl4 OF HER UViDS? To /WAKE "v , DO SOMETUlJC |1 UUOIv. \\/ s t *»f^io.-.- J '^^(fcr^XTT^ .^^ K'*c^ f AWIO TIM TYLER'S LUCK To Have Is to .Hold! By Lym Young OONTTELLME » VOU AIM TO TRY, SPUD WHY. HE'D TOSS you SO QUICK- WELL.IFVOU CAN'T BREAK REBEL, WILKINSONS OF THE OTHER PATROL MEN SURELY CAN ISNT A MAN IN THE OUTFIT WHO CAN STAY ON THAT BEAST, CAPT. CLARK.' YOU SAY THE CAPTAIN SAVS THE FIRST MAN WHO RIDES REBEL WINS HIM FOR KEEPS, WILKINS? BIG SISTER By Les Forgrove I I I'NA JUST OVO SEE AviVONS TO HA.O MOR.H PANNMEO DOSE SOT OO VOO t'\MV. WE'D G^e oowe. o\s?rr K/\a.FtnM. TIGMT ! D/W'S ^O NA.NAE PER. A -SOCVCER OOT O? 71 . OAT'S . _ . On W8. Kmt r«mr»sVSt;«c,'iii:!. World rithii V

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