The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 6, 1939
Page 15
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FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 193U. TUB DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLB, PA. PAGE FIFTEEN. The Daily Courier Pattern A STYLE KIDDIES WILL LOVE! PATTEKN 9829. She has been promoted to a nov. class -- and rewarded with this captivating Marian Martin bolero-frock It's enough to thrill any little student! As you know, boleros are VERY important in fashion, and so are high- waistcd, swing-skirt frocks. Whj not cut the cunning bolero and button-accented skirt from a discarded wool outfit? Then use gay cotton ior the jolly bodice with puffed o flared sleeves. The bolero of Pat tern 9829 can be coupled with othc dresses too-- now and all spring. I you make the ensemble of all on fabric, use synthetics for party wear cottons for plcy. The making's vcrj easy thanks to the helpful Sew Chart. Pattern 9829 may be ordered onlj in children's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 and 1( Size 6, dress, requires 1 7-8 yards 3i inch fabric and bolero, 5-8 yard con trast. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coin for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Spring, 1939, MARIAN MARTU PATTERN BOOK is just out an ready for mailing! See the latcs styles, easy enough for beginners t make! Basic budget wardrobes Bride fashions! Suits and their ac ccssories! Coats, dresses and en scmblcs! "Fundamental" frocks Cruise outfits. Styles for the large figure. College, graduation an "date" clothes. Togs for the "smal fry," as well as maternity wear, am on infant layette. Included are lin geric, and housedrcsses. Order now BOOK, FIFTEEN CENTS. PAT TERN, FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Dal] Courier, Pattern Department, 232 \V 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me \ __By BILL BRAUCHER 1 Theodore Dreiser says the film studios "do some remarkable things considering the heterogeneous approach." Yeah,man! . · it » An Indian artist has written 14,472 words on a postcard. We hope Jvs thought to include, "Having a good time, wish you "were here." · » » A magazine poll of American ·women disclosed that the chief tanlt with husbands is that they lack romance. Arc they, quite sure? .The French view of American ^football, which was demonstrated recently in Paris, is that it is "too brutal.-' Compulsory military sor- ricc on the Maginot line probably is more artistic. · · · Charles P. Kettcring of General Motors told tho monopoly probors lhat "we have had men ·working for 15 years on some problems and we haven't the solution to them yet." We hope the men arc not equipped with shovels. DEAR. NOAH-SHOUl-D A aaoiANT REFUSE. THE .ECTTBJCIAN A CHAE.C ACCOUNT BECAUSE. HE CAME INSUl-ATE. "? 3EAE. NOAH-DOES THE OF AWTHE- SIT AT THE HEAD OF VHE ANJl-TIPU! CATION TABuE 1 CHAJU-irr C»9CA. JOE PALOOKA I'Irst Arrivals. By Ham Fisher THAN'KYOUSE V MOM.OH KNOBBY HERE COMES. HUH ER--H'LO ANN, H'LO MR. HOWE. WELCOME. GLAD OH KNOBBY, WISH YOU ALL KINDS OP VA BETTER GET A PAIR OF SUN GLASSES.// YOU'RE MISHT GO BUND ( TEL.LIN' LOOKIN' AT WHITE. ^Al. ME TABLE CLOTHS. OH BOYS. IT'S J-IST ELIGUNT. WE WISH YOU EVER S'MUCH ER-'H'LO FOLKS WELCOME- I THC7T IT WAS A , CROWD. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH This Is One Thing About Which 'Jjonzo's Jfot Bncknard. By Billy DeBeck OFF'M TW HBWOLE-- X TOV: ' TIWE PiN 1 TIME VD LOME TO f\S\OE 8Y CVS ftLL SETTLED V\ 1 SUGGEST TOMORROW N\ORtA^G BEFORE 6RERKF 9XST- T O'CLOCK-OUT VOVi GOV. WHEN THRT GOOD -FOR-NOTW.N' UNCLE OF VOURS PMi'T RROUND SOU CRN STBV HERE OUST f\S LONG RS XOVi VOftNTTO- 5\A)0\N V. e ftSftRT Ttf PERTICKLEREST CRVTTER VMftUW ON TWO LW.GS, NW3TOFERG. Copr 1938, Kins Future* Syndicate, Inc., World rigtiti reterwl kT'S OOVONftlGOT uNCON\)EN\EOT THEY 00N'T MftKE CLOCKS VE CRN 9ET 8BCK TWO-THREE OfiXS ft FEW HOURS-- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt MIKE HPSJUST KW3NED THE IDENTITY Or WClt JOL FROM THE CAB- ORWER. ItT ME Off ftT CHr\RUE'SPLftCr;..ftNDTW.BtSt THING YOU CPiN DO IS GET'OUT OF TOWN BtfORt THINGS BUST VWIOE. OPEH SKf, SALLY, TWO GUNMEN STOPPED ME UV5T NIGHT AND TQIO ME TO STAY AWAY f ROM YOU. ORDERS FROM UNCLE JOE, THEY SfMD. VJHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT UNCLE JOE ? UNO£ JOt? 1 DON'T KNOW HIM THE SfWlt THING HAPPENED I TO ME, BUT I I " KNOW A GIRLUKE, YOU WOULDN'T HftVE ANYTHING TO DO V1ITH UNCLE JOE JUST KIDS 1'liirtoon's n Lucky Ji'uniljcr. B y , Ad Carter THERE'S ft, LUCKV FEH-LER F=OR VOU- LTtTLE NAPOLEON KELLY HE SOT VERV SICK ON MAY THE I3TH AN' HE DIDNT 6ET WELL TILL E^RLY ON MAY THE 14-TB-- --JUST IN TIME TO SEE THE TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop sow Tt BE PAfCTV IF VfoU AMOVE ONi!! X ·COUY . WAMT TO AMSS A TRIMS i| So i ,XXL , _ E.PPIE MEETVA' VOO BCJlVE, VIAMES"!! Cepr. l»», Kht foluriiSyi».'ia'u. Inc. WoilJ right, mervtj . TIM TYLER'S . LUCK Tlio Splco of By Lym Young I RODE IN "TO REPORT,CAPTAIN THAT SEVERAL MORE OF OUR HORSES HAVE BEEN STOLEN,INCLUD ING VOUNG TIMS HORSE,SINGER .' IVE CONQUERED REBEL.CAPTAINx HE! BEEASVTORIDE S WHO SAVE FROM NOWON S VOU PERMISSION TO RISK BREAKING YOUR NECK RIDING TH«r HOR3E,TIM? 11.1. OVERLOOK rTTHISTIME,V BUTIALREADX TIM/ By THE WAV,SINCE ^ HAVE GINGER, VDUVE SUCCEEDED INTAMINS/ CAPTAIN-I REBEUHE'S yOUR HORSE £§*---f CHANGE HIM FOR ANY OTHER MOUNT ' HOW COME YOURE BACK AT HEADQUARTERS, NOBEL, INSTEAD OFBE1NG ON THE RANGE? I'M SORRY.SIR- v I DIDNT KNOW £ WAS DISOBEYING YOUR ORDERS- BIG SISTER . By Les Forgrave SO. l'L\_ AQRW-iGE TO y BvTf vAA« PROKA AM ACEr^CY. / HE'LL BE VAe'U- / GUARDIUQ WOOSE IS1VT GOOD- WE « A SORDEM SHOOLDNJ'T t-WNE TO OrF HOUSE,ONCE TNE -PECK SEFOR-S. ANiO I CAM OO

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