The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 10, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 10, 1939
Page 9
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVH.LE, PA. PAGE NIN13. The Daily Courier Pattern N E W - A N D IMPORTANT IN STYLE UX 9956 Here's a new bolero-dress to malt people sny, "You wear the MOST be coming clothes!" There's such cap tivating flattery In the scallope neckline and sleeves -- cspeciall when lace-edged! And the bolero important for Spring wear as \vell a for now, makes the frock doubly use iul. Sec how lovely the style look without the bolero--11 shows up th slender, high-waistcd cahrm of th flared skirt, and the soft "case" the youthful bodice. . Notice .th the waist--they help smoot down the diaphragm! Why not orde Pattern 9950 this very day? Eve beginners will find Its Sew Char very easy to Inllow. Pattern 9356 may bo ordered onl in misses' and women's slfces" 14, 1 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Slz 16, entire ensemble, 'requires 41 yards-39 Inch fabric. . Send FJFTEEN.CENTS in coins fo this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. B sure-to. write., plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS,, and STYL NUMBER. Send for YOUR - new 5IARIA JIARTIN · PATTERN ' BOOK O SPRING STYLES . . . ' a n d ' e n jo sewing for yourself and your family See more than 100 . beautifully .. i lustrated. patterns, .easily stitched u nt home... Included .are 39 .pattern for misses, 17. for. junior misses, 1 for,matrons, and 19.for childrc Read up on Prints, Trends in Colo Budget .Tips, Suit Accessories! Dis rover new ideas in Wedding Gown Graduation Modes,. Cruise Togs, Da and Dance frocks! Order toda BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTER FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY- F'VE CETTS. Send your order to The Dally Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. I You're Telling Me \ L--Br BILL BRAUCUER 1 A Now York sports ·writer saya ttic Yankees, several ot whom art Krowinff no younger year by year may slip back in 1039. We wouldn't be n bit surprised to sec them lose I eamo in the world scries next fall * » « Have you noticed how busy Mus* solini has become since Hitler was , named the No. 1 man of 1938? * * · A Louisville woman who reported striking a ·woman says she was unable to find the pedestrian when sho (topped her car and wcntback to tho spot. The lawyers are very quick nowadays. 1 A fashion noto says tho fcniihino bice is displayed more attractively brmodcrn styles. Wo havo been so ~ busy wondering how those hats itayed on wo hadn't noticed it. · · · · Scientists havo made important Advances in the campaign against the corn borer, boll weevil and grasshopper. It's about time they turned their attention to tho jittcrbuir. NUMSKUWU DEAR- NOAH=SHOUl-O A PRIZE. nSHTER. PUT A CAUUIFLJOWEJ2. FOULTTIC^ ON HIS SOKE. EAES 7 I-IPA. DEAR. NOOiH-'WHICH. WAY SHOUL.D THE. DOORS SWINS IN A SV/1NS MUSK SCHOOL- ~. OP/tt. 3UBKS ATUAMTA.Sft. . UTTU.E: PISS HAM ACTORS -7 : JOE ! PALOOKA Sinrt tlio Sliow. 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