The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 4, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 4, 1939
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4.' 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE' NINE. The Daily Courier Pattern' LARGER-SIZE JACKET FROCK I PATTERN 3953. First choice tor a new wiriler-in- to-spring "dress by style-wise matrons . . . the slenderizing JACKET frock! And who wouldn't look younger, slimmer and smarter in this just-out Marian Martin design, which may have a hip-length or bolero jacket? · The dress has all the details decreed by Fashion -- and, besides it's simple to m'altcl The bodice has R very flattering sweetheart neck and short, or gathcrcd-in- thrcc- quartor-lcngth sleeves. Shirrings a the shoulders, and- just above the waist,-give ample- ease over the bust- line. The skirt too is sott and pretty with panels at -front. And both jackets are MOST becoming! Use prints or plains -- button, bow or flower' trimming! t Pattern 9053 may be ordered only in women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 46 to ' 48. Size 38, entire ensemble requires 5 5-8 'yards 39 inch. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for this TOA3IAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME,.. -ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. . - ' ........... . Spring, 1939, MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN "BOOK" 'is just out and ready for mailing! See the ..latest styles, easy enough for beginners to make! ' Basic - budget wardrobes Bride, fashions! Suits imd their accessories!. Coats',- dresses and ensembles! "Fundamental" frocks Cruise outfits. . Styles for the larger figure.' College, · graduation and "date" clothes.- Togs for the "smal fry," as well as maternity wear, and on infant layette. Included are lingerie, and houscdresscs. Order now BOOK, FIFTEEN- CENTS. PATTERN, FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTYi-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Mel __By BILL BIUUCHER--J Ten thousand rose bushes will be planted along 1 France's Maginot line. Pick a rose, and wake up with a lily in your hand. » · + "My business in the world Is to make sausages, not speeches," says J. Stanley McLean, president o£ Canadian Packers, Ltd. Mr. McLean sounds a bit squeamish to those of us who not only have tasted baloney but heard it. * * » · TODAY'S SHORT SHORT STORY: Christmas--full stocking. New Year's--full glass. Momintr after--full head. Day after day more people arc becoming involved in the Costcr-Mu* »ica case. The name of Musica goes 'round and 'round. . * - * * Novelist Kathlitcn Norris says there never has been a woman genius. Too bad Kathleen couldn't havo dropped in on us some wintry morning for a few of mother's pancakes. DEAI2. NQAH-DO SOt=T SHOUU3ERS OM /VMM ENCOUHAGE ,. ESTHER WESTON THOUS. GA. DEAR. NOAM-DO /WJ5IOAIS TAKE. NOTES WHELN' LJSTE^INS TO THE. OTMEK. PUAVI^S3 I £ PILTELR SMITH UACONIA. N.H. WAIT tCAS TO C* 1 THIS JOE PALOOKA AH Set. By Ham Fisher BOY.'AM I TIRED/ I'LL SURE BE GLAD WHEN T'NITE'S OVER. X SHOULD THINK SO. YOU AINT HAD ANY SLEEP IN 'A WEEK. BARNEY GOOGLE nnil . · - SNUFFY .SMITH Speeding (ho. Parting "Guest." By Billy DcBcck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt JUST KIDS I'Imt Tree Ouglitn Bo Pruned! By .Ad Carfer MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK Anybody Gotta Lump of Sugar'J By Lym Young NOW REMEMBER- LET'ON YA KNOW EACH ONE PERS'NAU-V AS VA GREET 'EM. THEY LOVE THAT. MEBBE THEY'LL KNOW I'M FAKIN'. HON1ST I'D RATHER NOT DO THAT. LEMME OT5T GREET GOT TWENTY COPS THANDLE EXTRA TRAFFIC BROADWAY'LL SURE SEE SOMETHIN' TN1TE. THAT WAS SOME IDEE PUTTINTHEM TREMEO'OUS SEARCH LI6HTS ACROSS'T: THE STREET. JIST LIKE A HOLLYWOOD OPEN1N7 SMOKY, YOUSE LOOK GORSISS// THANK YO' SUH.CJOOD LUCK MISTAH X DECLRRV.YO'RE LONGER \ 0V: NtflRE, MR. GOOGLE-- (I WHVWT VE OttWM UP Pi CttPrtR \ ftN 1 UcT ME SP\VLSe Pi / CUP O' COFFEE ~ OUT V. WTO T MPtf NOT COME QftCVO. 1 . GOOO-QMEVA S (E DON'T « TO COtAE U^KV. 'LO^TQ SEZ TO VJRVT ft N\WVT R\GHT PROUD TO PROKU9 P\iSSONRV- BELOWGl^'S.-- V? T OOWT GET OV= TttftT OU CAUO-TURTLS COJT. 19)5. King Fc?:ute» Syndi':ait. Inc. World richl I lEUV. YOU I OON^T KNOVJ .NOTON AEOUT UNCLE JOE . DON'T KMOW WHO DOES KNOW HIM. ff ANYBODY DOES, THEY AIN'T TN.KIM' ftEOUT «, BECAUSE « A\N'T £ EXACTLY HEAUHY * USTEN,XOU. YOU BROUGHT A OOUPU.OF fcUUDliS ftCROSS THE STWE-UNE THE OTHER NK3HT... , \ REMEMBER. WHAT OF \T ? pTHOSE BUNDSIS WERE A PLAW ON_MV il'VE BEEN SEW ON PROUD OF MY FAMILY TREE I FINDS ONE'UNCLE WHAT WAS A TRUANT OFFICER AN 1 ANOTHER WHAT WAS A DOG-CATCHER-I TELL VUH-THE FAMIIV IS TERRIFIC! SO I ©1VE5 MY TREE A SOOD LOOK1N- UP AN' WHAT DOES I FIND? o\.c COSTUME. , ._' MAWSVOO \ee PO^JD TO HAVE A-SWEU.PARTV DRESS... )tx) LEAD -me .. AJD IT HIDES VtXJR r-XcSCSAWD MAROl WfT(4 6lS FEET!'. GoShl, 7-^ ^ HIM i ; KloW TV THE CURTESV . FRUMR VT ·3UOWUY,) - AMD "S 'WiTM GREAT Copr. I9!S. Kins Foluru SyniJiuw, Inc. 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