The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 12, 1939 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 12, 1939
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JANTTAH 12, 133S. TUB DAIL.Y COUniER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE EL.EVUX The Daily Courier Pattern " JOE PALOOKA Lmlllo Quits. By Ham Fisher FOR THE SLIMNESS YOU CRAVE! PATTERN 9892. Here's n slenderizing frock to flatter you more, and take you more places than any dicss in your wardrobe! And how quickly you can stitch up this Marian Martin triumph! Pattern 0802 Is very easy to follow -- Its Sew Chart has so many helpful directions and dingra-ns that 'you can't help but complete your lowing easily and speedily! There's gracious charm In the shirred bodice with a sweetheart neck that may be held in by loops of fabric or by clips -- and equal loveliness in the comfortable panelled skirt. All three styles o£ sleeves (two shown are be- · coming too Use any fabric that makes you look slim -- mossy crepes, spaced prints, etc Pattern 9892 imy be ordered only In women's sires 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48 and 48 Size 38 requires 3 3-8 yards 30 Inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be »ure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, -ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER Send .for YOUR now MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK OF SPRING STYLES . . and enjoy sewing for yourself and your family 1 See more than 100 beautifully il- lustiated patterns, easily stitched up »t home. Included are 39 patterns for 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 jdoos in Wedding Gowns, Graduation Modes Cruise Togi Bay and Dance frocks' Order today' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN- CENTS. -HOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY- F'VE CE"TS. Send your order to The Dally Courier Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St, New York, N. Y. , {You'reTelh'ng Mel By BILL BRAUCHER ..... I The railroads present figures to ·how they cnn't pay the current *-ages, ami the employes offer prool that they can't vcork for leu. It's a tie. · * » With ft deficit of $105,000,000, Franco claims to bo facing a financial crisis. Sound* liko bragging to us. run their counts, pestilences finally pass, peace and death cotno at tho last and it's only natural to expect that the day will como when radio comedians quit tuing"killMdillcr." ° · * « Indian cummer haa come and tone, but «e can't forfret the aborl- rlnes They uced to (tick feathers fa their headdress, and knew a thing or two about makeup, too · /* * We saw a woman looking at a necktie In a storo w indow tho other Say, and somehow got to thinking Uicrc aren't so many more shopping lays before Christmas DEAR- NOAH-MUST 4 PUT SALT ON /AY HEAD TO A cow UCK ·» M A. BRACC.Y DEAR. NOAH-WHY SOT»A CIRCUS X SN/HEN YOU CAN SE.E1 A HORSC-Fl-Y OI2. A COWHIE. ANY DAY 1 UOWCl-U,M*SS OEAQ NOAH-WEN FERR.Y SCATS ARE. LATE, DO THE.Y DOCK. 'EM "7 ._ ^. ....'^ . -^ M'SIEU/ WHAT EET EES? I AM EENSULTf/ HAVE PREPARE MY CHEF'S SPECIAL UOBSTAIR6 THERMEEDOR.'/AN' OO GET EH?? WHERE EEZ. EVREEBODEE EH ?.? AN' WHAT ABOUT ZE. FOOD I * BUY POR T'OUSANS USSEN -- I'M TH' IT AHA--X QUEET/ ONE TAK1N' TH' i OSS~"AN' \P nt y «^'^' rf--im.fc. «»··»« ·*··· ^2^jwH//feB gg«-J5^ GARUC EVED SCREWBALL,. BARNEY GOOGLE nnd ' SNUFFY SMITH A T«o-ln-0ne Proposition! By BiMy DcBeck VT WON'T WORK., SNUFFY \\ X TEU- MOU YX'S MO USE, NOVO THERE'S NO USE GETTIN' SORE. SNUFFV -- BU. X KNOW VS -- I GOT ft LtTTER FROM SOME UVNVER UP IN NEW VORV TELLING WE TO BE THERE SOON ftS POSSVBX.E--- ONE R.R. TICKET'S WJL1 GOT »\\ 50 SOU NlVGHT JUST ftS WELL GO HOWE UNPRCK-- QRas O 1 t N£VER. BEEN SO OVSRPP'INTEO Pi\.\-N\V SORTED OfWS -- THE \_EFNES UOUR--T Sviujieitt lor world rUMi rtK RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt OT THE PRESENCE Of H tnl RftT" ftNO *1HE S1RUMMEE, PftT PREPARES fOR f\ MORNINS OF DUCK-SHOOTING ... MEwwitt FROM HIR ROOM, Srt.CC IDlt STUDIES THf DUNES THROUGH PAIR. Of BttKKUlftRS # J HMM....THE RED* *? L HEftD 15 OUT ^'^ EftRlY I WONDta IF I'M IN IOVE. VflTH WISH I HftDtYT TOLD CHftRUE HE'S A COP JUST KIDS Ain't Thnt SumplnS By Ad Carter Vf\ "s'flli T= \ ) ijff f ! I ^·:^y/^^jj. fe^V/.? itt^s'/*, UP WALKS UX3SS-LESS AN" I TELLS HIM IT A1NT A NICE DAY TO MAKE CONYERSA- TON-AN' H5 SIVES ME A MEAN LOOK SO I UPS AN' REPEATS-IT AINT A NICE DAY-SO LOOSE-LESS SAYS IT AINT RISHT TO SAY''AHT"--AN" ME- FUSSY ABOUT MY ENSUSH-- ··^Mli^l WELL-IT WAS THAT ANT THIS-AN' THIS ANT THAT--AN' DO YOU THINK 1 SET ANY CREDIT FROM THE DUCHESS? -NOT ONLV THE DUCHESS-BUT THE^ WHOLE NEISHBORHOOD IS MUGGS McGINNIS By , V/ally Bishop a^ 1 "L«'»iu D S.\Sy, UP^^ROW, IGCT ER=IE SEE I HAVE LC»KEfc AU. /ER /w rtowe~AMt X CAMT RMD OUR MV EVES AWb AiJtoST BEUEVE HAVE. IMPOSE FAR CtJ A\Y (SODt NUHURE 1 HIM WOW .. R MINUTE »toW' BETR^IS CU AS If*., W«U n«hu Ittcfwl. Copr I9J9 Kjnjt FeatylM TIM TYLER'S LUCK air. Soogut Holds His Tongue. By Lym Young IP 1 " !i U 'WHAT MAKES VOU THINK I MAY HAVE SOME INFORMATION FOR YOU ABOUT THE RECENT HORSE THEFTS? OUR CAPTAIN CLARK.SAID YOU WERE A LAW-ABIDING MAN AND WOULD AID US, MR.300GAT' IVE HAD SOME HORSES OF MY OWN STOLENalVE GOT MY OWN IDEAS WHO MAYHAVE DONE IT, BUT I RECKON I'D BETTER NOTTALK 1 BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave rr's SBST , JOST IV! CA.Se TVWOK. C30OOMESS T'ME A ROONA REAOV TO ;· HIM TO 's -MIS ' OH.-rC) aa tsows.' VX SNASKiT t^ECE'SSAR'. -SPECX. COWE/BOT TUBIO SEWT ATTCW ue -SWOOL.O ·SPECK. ME NAAV BE

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