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-fj. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1939. PAGE ELEVEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELiLSVILIjE. PA. The Daily Courier Pattern YESSIRRE HERE THEY COME/ HOT DOG/ ^ START TH' ORCHESTRAS ON BOTH / THERE'S A BIG CROWD A PEOPLE GATHERIN' OUT GOOD EVENING GENTLEMEN. VOU'RE THE FIRST- EVENIN THAT'S A GOOD SIGN. TH' GUESTS MUST BE ARRIVIN'. GOOD EVENIN' HENRY--NOBODY BUT OP COURSE \ "COURSE NOT IT'S EARLY. NO ONE COMES TO OPENINGS EARLY. HULLO HONEY, f OH ALL SET (VESSIR- PER ABIS(--IHOPE NIGHT? JOE PALOOKA By Ham Fisher SORT 0' V.O\M-OO\NN TO eooev.es PR\s)ft\e WHILST HE'S FWOBV-- BUT VNVAPit'S WRONG. JUGttftVO \\ you SEEM BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH NE\)ER WRLKEO ONttf 0' Ttf UNDER. "WE ttOOSE-- Curiosity 3Inst Be Satisfied. By Billy DeBeck ^ _ Copr. J9?S, King Faturci Syndi'otf. Inc. PLAN TO MAKE THIS "CHARMER"! OKftY. YOU WIN. l'LLTEU.YOU ; PilLI THE CHOICE IS UP TO YOU WHETHER. ^tOU HONEST, MISTER, DIDN'T DO NOWW / DON'T SHOOT I'M A5K1HG YOU. ISUHOE JOE AUOVlHftT'S THE SETUP V YOU'LL TELL ME. OR. ELSE- IF I EVER TOLD WHftT I KNOW HfO HWE. ME KILLED AND SO, MIKEVTOO. RADIO PATROL THftT OONCESSIOt fORYOU AGWN CHftNCE OH GETTING [T LftTER. 15 THE MTSTERIOUf . B y Eddie Sullivan and Charlie , Schmidt PATTERN 9351. Behold a new champion ol neatness and youthful charm! It's a Marion Martin "snirtwaister" fresh from the hands oÂ£ its designer--and it's just as simple to make as it is easy to look upon! The style is just right for the office or classroom, for lunch- con parties, even for those important .evenings when beaux, cluster around! Choose a silk in a new high shade if you want to look glamorous, .a light.wool for.warmth, or n sturdy, dark synthetic for everyday wear. The .diagrams and directions of the Sew Chart will help you out, if you've any doubts about how to manage the smart bodice-back clos- 'ing, the bodice shirrings and yokes, the panelled skirt, and the sleeves. Pattern 9954 may be ordered only In misses' and women's sizes 14,' 16, 18, 20, 32,. 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42.. Size 16 requires 3 3-8 yards 35 inch. Send ..FIFTEEN .CENTS In coins for this MARIAN.MARTIN pattern. Be sure, to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, Â· ADDRESS,' and STYLE NUMBER. Â· - . -.Spring;-1939, MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK is just out arid ready for mailing! "Sec' the latest styles, easy enough..for, beginners, to make! Basic budget wardrobes! Bride fashions! .Suits and their accessories! Coats, dresses" 'and 'ensembles! "Fundamental" frocks; Cruise outfits. Styles for the larger figure. .College, graduation -and "date" clothes." Togs for the "small fry,".'as well as maternity wear, and an infant layette.. Included arc lingerie, arid housedresscs. Order now! BOOK,'Â·. FIFTEEN~CENTS. - 'PATTERN, . FIFTEEN CENTS. -BOOK AND .'-'PATTERN. Â· TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE 'CENTS. ' Â· Â· Â· " Â· ' Â· Send your order to ' The Daily Courier,-Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th-"St., Now York, N. Y. Â· Â· - JUST KIDS That's a Lot of Blubber! By Ad Carter Mrs. J. F. Slican Improved. Mrs. J. Fred'Shean of Uniontown, Â·who has been seriously III, is reported as somewhat improved. She is the wife of the editor of the Morning Herald at Uniontown. Stolen Car Recovered. Karl K. Kramer's automobile, taken from in front of his residence in Isabella road Sunday night, was found Tuesday in Wills road. The ear was not damaged. Â· . Wife Preservers VOUT3E OUITE RSHERMAN ARENTT. YOU- MY 6RANm ON MY MOTHER'S SIDE, WAS A GREAT / ^ FISHERMAN- TOO YESSIR-THE FISM VJERE SO JEALOUS OF 6RAKPA) THAT THEY WOULDN'T STAND FOR NOBODY BUT HIM CATCHIN' THEM--ONCE SOME WHALE=S SWAMPED HIS SHIP! DOES THAT SOUND A- LITTLE FISHY TO "YOU? MUGGS McGlNNIS By Wally Bishop It is difficult to cct muffin bÂ»tlcr from Huang bowl into the pans without some runninj over the edrcs. Pour bilttr into well-greased pitcher flret and you will hÂ»vÂ« no trouble. ThiÂ» soe, also, tor Â·*Â·Â»(Â· flea and pancake batter. //OAK NUMSKUU. WMIHAVE /,. //' NOAH - WCXJt-D. THE. COAT ON BE SCORCHEXJ Vr~ A\Y THROAT WERE, JNFIAHMED , u I , MX DEAR- NOAH-IF A SHOT HER. SHE; SB. A SHOOTINS STAR. 7 JOT . To H c*Â«c. e*Â« THIS TIM TYLER'S LUCK WJtlioufc the Aid of Glue. By Lym Young WAIsTT -^5(J TO SCT DResse.D.so sou UAOUT ^^cop-s^IF^r ALL BUSSED Ctjr. I9JS, XM; Ptitum SjuJiMK. he, WÂ«H.ri#.u racnxil. WILL THROW THAT CHAPAND KILL HIM, SPl WHO IS HE? THAT'S TIM, MY3TEAOV PAL.CAPTAIN . CLAKK-HE'SBEEN SETTING ALONG OKAY SOFAR.SIR I DECLARE, BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave GREED I'VE hiE-s/ER. SEEM TUE BEAT OP ._ SPECVC. WE'S A MEN ACE TO // TME CH(LO!3EViS PEACE AND V . M O T W HE HEEDS CONSTANT v//scrcU\NG. 'BETvA HAS Vwr)ME LEAVING ASAVtA SOOM AMOTKEyU-Â«r -- ' T.' ---- ) BE AT HIS MERCV. -THE ^ITOATlOSi. T: TMl^VL T HAMS. IT. '