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

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 9, 1939
Page 9
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J .MONDAY, JANUARY.0,193JT. The Daily Courier Pattern THE DAILY COXJRIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE NINE. AH BEEN TRYIN' T'DRUM Vfj BIZNESS ON D'OUTS/DE MISTAH KNOBBV. VflU- VO* ALL SEL/L HAMBUHQAHS WIDOUT NO COVAH CHAHGEr HA-HA-5); GULP:!,? I DON'T BE ! SILLY SMOKEY TH' CROWD'LL' BE ARRIVIN' ANY -TIME NOW. WHV DON' VO' COME IN D'RESTRUNT OR ELSE STOP STANDIN' AROUN: SHALL I TELL THEM TO START THE FIRST SHOW MR.WALSH.'IT WAS SCHEDULED FOR EIGHT-THIRTY. N - N O V A v BETTEG WArt WE'LL CTIST HAVE ONE SHOW. TH' LATE ONE. YA OUGHTA^ SEE MOM AN' POP DANCIN'. IT'S AWFUL UH--I THINK TH' REASON FOLKS AINT ARRIVED IS THEV PROBABLE WILL: COME AFTER THEAYTER PER JOE PALOOKA By Ham Fisher IF XO'RE 9UMB SHORE 1 WON'T BE 9UTTIN.' S5 OUt NONE, V'LV. SMERK NE Pi QUU.T OUT TtV WINDER SE CBN SNUGGLE UP OMDER TtV HOUSE PER W NIGHT ME UPlVNT O' (SIT VA BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH A Hair-Ralslnj? Experience. I SWOW V. X THOUGHT ys~= \.T WfiS ft TRW TO GIT THROUGH Tft 1 FLOOR-BOARDS By Billy DcBcck Copr. 19)9. Kinj Futtna Spndiu*. ITM, WciW tiuKu itwrvtd SL3MMING NEW "UTILITY" STYLE · · , -PATTERN 9D55. Espccinlly designed for those wise women who have made New Year Resolutions to look their slimmest, prettiest selves from breaklnst-timc on! And this latest Marian Martin style is SO easy to cut and' stitch! Just lake into account that there are only four major pieces, *and that the diagrammed Sew Chart of Pattern 3950 gives the clearest, most concise directions you could hope for in an instruction iheet! There are two becoming collars, and two suggested trimmings^-using ruffling or. ric-rac and buttons. Notice how decorative as well as slenderizing the. front panel is, and .how youthful the handy pockets! Use cotton or rayon. Pattern 9955 may be ordered only in women's sizes' 34,. 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 36 requires 4 yards 35 inch fabric and 2. 3-8 yards rickrack.- · · · ·· . . . Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to -write plainly your SIZE, NAME, - ADDRESS, ' and STYLE NUMBER. Send for YOUR new MARIAN MARTIN- PATTERN -J3OOK 'OF ·SPRING STYLES . . . .and enjoy Bewing for yourself and your family! See more than 100 beautifully illustrated patterns, easily stitched up ot home. Included are 39 patterns lor misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 for matrons, and 19 for children. Read up on Prints, Trends in Color, Budget Tips, Suit Accessories! Discover new ideas in Wedding Gowns, Graduation Modes, Cruise Togs, Day and Donee frocks! Order today! BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN . TOGETHER TWENTY- F'VE CEKTS.. Send your order lo The Daily Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me\ __ By BILL BRAUCUER 1 Old Moore's Almanac, British ·annual,, predicts the fall of a high German oflicid in 1939. Weather ·forecasts generally arc favorable alse. · * · T O D A Y ' S D E F I N I T I O N : Counter attack -- a January clearance sale. · · » It is estimated that 100,000,000 Chinese bear the family name of Wonfr. Japan couldn't bo blamed for doubting these statistic*. The Chinese have given the invaders every reason to believe that 100,- · 000,000 Chinese can't be Wong. · · » Russian emigres in Paris havt designated Grand Duke Vladimir u Czar of all the Russians. That doca -relieve one unemployment problem. · · · IF WE HAPPENED TO BE THE GRAND DUKE. WE'D PREFER A CUP OF COFFEE. · * * Perhaps the emigres think that ·what Russia needs is a rood Cz ir. I-Z DEjcsE. NOAM-IF THE -lEJJS ON YOUB. CAR. QUIT worexiN^, "woui--r YOU SAY" THEY WALJ-FLOWERS IN (2OOF GARDENS "? WO FISH A1T 7 *A. RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt · SO/iE'S A COP.'....flNO USING ME fO/Z /t SflP.:- / WISH / DID KNOW UNCLE JO£... I'D TIP HIM OFF....miTll A COP ? WHO TOLD YOU ? HOW DO KNOW *? CHPiRUE / YOUR STRONG ARM MftN.PAT HE'S A COP/J #Mes TTWS ··· Mcwr HE £ SALLY, SUDDENLY CONSCIENCE' STRICKEN/ TRIES TO CCNER UP HER HftSTY ACTION 1-9 N-NOBODY TOLO ' ME. t JUST I JUST-WELL HE LOOKS UKE ONE SO fOU'VE HEftRO SQMI-, THING ABOUT HIM AND ! YOU'VE. SUDOENCf DE- · CIDED YOU^UKE H\M TOO i JUST KIDS That's One Twinkle . Too 3Iauv! By Ad Carter ·YOU'VE BEEN SWEET ON MARJOR1E FOR A LONS MY BOY YES-SIR- SHE'S GOT A TWINKLE IN THE NEW LITTLE SIRL THOT MOVED IN NEXT DOOR HAS QUITE A TWINKLE IN HER EVES- MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop BB QUIET! LE.T ME- THIKJK !'. _^ , HECAMT TtJssEoour, Tx?-mis-n AFTER AU-THE / us ,i T 'i4_ ~"- m " A U S ^iJK UP MOST , TOAUSTER FRUMPS PARTV WITHOUT XXIR iKivnATioM.s:'. " THIS uwwoirr: WAIT UKlTIU RHINEUN6EC HEAi?3 OF TWlS !! BEAUTV-PIED// TO 6ETIKS! TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tlie Captain. Takes the Keins In His Oivn Hands. By Lym Young PATROLMEN SPUD ANDTIM REPORTING FOR DUTY, SIR I LIKE REBEL, SPUD, BUT -IHADSEVEPJNLSOUADS" OF OUR PATROLMEN OUT TO RUN DOWNTHETHIEVES.BUTTHEY'VE --' HAD NO SUCCESS-WEVE GOT TO ATTEMPT THEIR CAPTURE BV DIFFERENT MEANS --' NOW HERE IS AS VOU KNOW, ^ WEVE HAD SEVERAL OF OUR BEST HORSES,INCLUOINS TIM'S/STOLEN RECENTLY FROM THE RANGE I STILL LIKE MY STOLEN SINGER BETTER NO, AND I DON'T THINK THEY EVER WILL NAB THAT SANG CAPTAIN CLARK WANTS TO SEE US, TIM WERE THE HORSETHIEVES CAPTURED? BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave MAVB HE HAS JUST JlNErO OP HOPE AviO CL.EA.t5EO OUT, IF IT IS TRoe,Tt4EKi NOST OBUGVt-^G AJ.O LHAVIVSG , MOVN.OA.O, IT PRETTY PU^lMTQ fi-l«r HH CA^'TGRAB ASWARE OF USJO-E'S ESTAXE / AS WB'D WOPEO. T SEEMS TO ^AE TWAT SPECK MAS SEEM MIGl-lTY SCACCB MEF3B TMlSiH OF SEEM OP AJvSO US, DO SPECK:.'

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