The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 3, 1938
Page 9
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A.- MONDAY, JANUARY 3,1935. THE DAILY CpURIER, CONNELLSVUJLE. PA. PAGE NINE. The Daily Courier , Pattern . A Jumper Favorite Made From Easy-to-Sew Marian Martin Pattern PATTERN 0507 Little girts from four to 12 all revel In the ccmfort of the new Jumper dresses. They fit so mcely and mother likes them, because they don't soil quickly . . . a fresh and different blouse makes this costume look like an entirely new outfit. Gingham, challis or jersey in dark plaids or bright gem colors make a stunning. juniper, while Uie blouse may be made of gingham, linen or la-wn depending upon now dressy you want this costume to be. Note the long or short sleeves. The square neck, buttoned back and simple swing skirt of the jumper are dis- · linctive details that moQ.ers and young daughters approve Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart Included. Pattern 9507 may be ordered only in children's sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. Size 8 jumper requires 1% yards 54 inch fabric; blouse, 1 yard 36 inch fabric and IV: yards ric-rac. · Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be' sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, 1 ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Marian Martin's. NEW SPRING PATTERN BOOK-IS READY FOR YOU .. . ORDER IT TODAY! Brimful of NEW FASHION THRILLS! ... career clothes, party clothes, everyr day clothes, lovely graduation styles . . . and a glorious trousseau for the Spring Bride . '.", plenty of things for everyone from,baby to grandmother. All easy-to-follo\v patterns that make home sewing a delight. ORDER TODAY. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St. New York, N. Y. 'Bout th' only thing t'h* farm bill don't reouloto l my olo kitchon clock an' th' weather. Pudgy Mpot« h» floured out ttiet depth U jut helghth turned upside down. DEAR. NOO« = |F THE R-EMEN EAN TD THE SHOE. SHOP FIRE, WOUUD THSV SAVE THE SOI.E.S HEEUS 7 DEAR. NOAH" IP A POeGE.15. SIGNED A-Of NAME TO A CHECK;. WOUl-D I BE / VlcVlA^ -NOVI'S TMC TIAWC. TOUKi- MAIU »flDO»t !_^TCSiT »4OTION TO NOAH, OMtC-TMtS FAf-Cfc JOE · PALOOKA Realization. , By Ham Fisher /1 WOULDN'T OF E'LlEVEp IT/ IT'S LIKE SOMEBUDDY TELLIN' ME MY OWN MOTHER DOUBLE.~-- CROSSED .ME; MUST BE SO--SHE'S SO INNACENT--AN' ««« *-, SHE SAID SO -- \afi C -MIQOSH-I KIN SEE IT NOW. /NO WONDER HE WAS SO GLAD T'TAKE X ER OUT PER ME WHEN I WAS BUSY--LIKE LOOKIN' PER A SPOT ON ME BACK T'STAB /AN' NO WONDER UKED LOCATION SO MUCH--IT HORT " SO T'TBLL ME--AFTER AU_ I'VE DID PER MM. HOLY SMOKES- W BOTTOM'S DROPPEO OUTA TH' WORLD. BARNEY GOOGLE Honey Pot's A '·Daisy"! By Billy DC Beck S/v^VY T . - S \ N O V N « l -- .Z~ I TK cRVT-cefc ^ ' HSM SEENi f TH' DOOR \NHEM \NUZ OOT-- 9Cft OTH6R HE'S XOO SHOULD XOO VJOULO RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt 1 TOID 'TOO HOW YJtMl LIFT ft TRftlL POUWHG TO THIS HftS BEEN M AMBtTlQUS SCHEME OF XOURS. TOO ftMBVflOUS. SOON , tT WILTOPRE ffig*^* OVER At© LftND ! "^- '-* RlWT ON THt tp^ -«... BPQC OF XQUC- ^AL V NECK DVJ KNOW .YOU'RE A SM NOT TO .TVIROW IN RftQClTS SMftRT. tOU'U PKT DtODES PINKYS ! AND DIP »TO THE \MVHfi TRUST FUND I'D SKI- WOT WAS JUST THE PlftNE RETRftCTftBlE IAUD1NG- 3EhR. CRUISING SPttO OF TWO ^HUNDRED PRICE Of ft PVMIE, WWWWKH TOSEAi?CH KR.M01 P4O (\ TWO-WW SHORT-WftVE RftDIO JUST KIDS An Experience For WWch Jle Hns No Appetite. ' By Ad Carter. YOU DON'T SEEM VERY HAPPY-. ANVTH1NQ THE MATTER? J PROM NOW ON I'M GONNA INSERT MY INDEPENDENCE- NO SCHOOL-TEACHEK IS GONNA WARM GO AHEAD- SPREAD THE MUSTARD YES-SIR/ *M GONNA NSERT MY INDEPENDENCE [AN 1 FURTHERMORE- HIT ME SO HARD vSHE MIGHT HAVE MY MUGGS McGINNIS Wally Biuhop ... , JEs'eoitJ'^uespy-Bye'.! ..CU5S VEK EVES '.I .... SI-GEP, BASy, ....SLEE-E-E-E.-P !J ! MAKE. HIAA · . _ . THET WIF HIS eyes HE.'? A'GETTlM 1 A^AlA EE-EVUiS AU. TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Patrolman On Sick lca\c. By Lym Young MOWD1T -^ \NESAWPATROUMAN ALLWAPPEH, ) MUROOCX.COLLAPSH.1M LADS? J PROMT OF THE CABIM, S1E, AMD \VH CARRIED HIM 1NSVDE SPUD POUND THIS PANTtHEK PAW UNDER ATABLE, C APT. CLARK PIKST SUCH A PAW IS FOUHD rn MV CAB1H- NOVJASECONDTURMS UP HERE AND A MANX'S ' KNSTERIOUS PUTT BREWING AMD WE'VE GOT TO BUT, CAPTAIN, ; MURDOCK ISHERE AT IVORY PATROL HEADQIJAKTERS, WHATHASTHATTODO TELL SffT. eJHNKSTO . ASSEMBLE WVSSQLJWS- OH SICK-LEAVE. BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave TME DOCTOR LOMG TO HOSTLE HIM

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