The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 7, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 7, 1939
Page 9
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SATURD VY, JANUARY 7,1939. DATLY CUUKIUK. COWNlULiLiSVIL/Ijl!!. PA. PAGE NINE Dcu7y Courier Pattern NEW "MONASTIC" SILHOUETTE! _'ATT£RV 9932. Be ready to triumph at the ncx "dress up" event you attend--in thi imaginative little frock that's bias- cut in the newest uay. This is thi c\cr-so-outhful a n d flattering "angel' or "monastic' dress--wit] soft folds of material hanging freely from yoke to hem Pattern 9932 i therefore pirticularly easy to make with practically nothing to fit excep the upper part of the dress, and llv short or long sl»c\es It invites you to be original in your selection o buttons and girdle--and jewelry too In fact, this Marian Martin creation with two becoming necklines is an ideal "foundition" dress for all you gay accessories' Make It of soft new Bilk or wool Pattern 9932 may be ordered only in missci' and women's SIFCS 12, 36, 18, 20, 30. 32, 34, 36 and 38. Siz 16 requires 31i yards 39 inch Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coin for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZL, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBHB Spring, 1939, MARIAN MARTIts PATTERN BOOK is Just out an ready for mailing' See the late: styles, easy enough for beginners t make! Basic budget wardrobes Bride fashions' Suits and their ac cessoneal Coats, dresses and en scmblcs' "Fundamental" frocks Ciuise outfits Styles for the large figure. College, graduation an "date" clothes Togs for the "smal iry," as well as maternity wear, an an infant laette Included are lin gene, and housedrcsscs Order no%\ BOOK, FIFTEEN CENTS. PAT TERN, FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Dail Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St, New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me\ ._ By BILL BRAUCHER _J Actress Cornelia Otis Skinner says she doein't think v.oman is man's equal. \ That's right, Cornelia, stick up for tho Indies * * · Novr that the Rmglings and the circus unions have reached a peaceful -agreement, we'ro hoping the danger of a walkout by the lions is averted. » · * There aro all kinds of ways of making tho news. Consider Vice President Gamer "who keeps his mouth shut, goes to bed every night »t nine o'clobk and crashes Page One regularly. * » · Harry Richman has a $10,000 bathtub in his Florida home. Just by looking at it, we think he ought to get that washed up feeling. * * * The day after a New York man bought a gun he routed two robbers. Suggesting a theme for an adver- bscment--·-by a drug store. * · Tho railroads have'something to be thankful for, anyway. Suppose Mrs. Roosevelt decided to settlo ISA DIVE^2.A MAN WHO GE.TS TO THE: OF THINGS "T DE.TBorr, Mien DE=A!«- NOAH- IS A FUY-- ONEL WHO SEJ-l-S SLE.EPER. TICKETS FOK. 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