The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 4, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
Page 9
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\ TUESDAY, JANUARY 4,193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVII.iiE, PA. PAGE NINE.- The Daily Courier Pattern Look Young and Beautiful in Tailored Marian Martin Frock PATTERN 0587 You'll go to town in high goo( spirits in this exceptionally attractive dress . . . and you'll be mighty proud of the fact that you made i yourself. It's one of Mnrtan Martin's new designs with special emphasis on slim, young lines. De tails which are instantly recognised os "good" this season arc found in the saddle slitaMng on the yoke, the long panel from yoke to hem in both front and back, and in the scctiona ekirt with its graceful flare. The pat tern allows a choice between short puffy sleeves or sleek, long ones ant also between a button closing or a dido fastener. Stunning in jersey or challis print, in cottons or wasl silk. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included. Pattern 3587 may be obtained onl; In misses' and women's sizes 14, 1C 38, 20, 32, 34, 38,.38, 40 and 42 Sizes 16 requires 214 yards 54 incl fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins 01 Momps (coins preferred) for EAC1 MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sun lo write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Marian Martin's NEW SPRING PATTERN BOOK IS READY FOR YOU .. . ORDER IT TODAY! Brim f ul of NEW FASHION THRILLS! . career clothes, party clothes, every day clothes, lovely graduation styles . . . and a glorious trousseau for th Spring Bride . .. plenty of things fo everyone from baby to grandmother All oasy-to-follow patterns that rr.ak home sewing a delight. ORDER TO DAY. PRICE 'OF BOOK FIFIEEI CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIF TEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PAT TERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Couric Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St New York, N. Y. Slt'down exerclies nevsr kept anybody tit for work. While jhnvln' a travclln' salesmin yolld'y Newt Yokus, th' barber, had a lot V aay but didn't git a chance t' uy It. AN ANSEY WO/VvAN SC.W WITH A CI20SS STITCH CANT THE. CUOCK STOP-i x WHY NOT USTEN TO THE: BED-TICKING NOAH-- CAN TWEI 3OOR, BE EMSA.SE.O TO THC, DOOR.-BO-1- IF HE SIVES HER. A RUNS T OOKOTMCAAVOOCM TOumxao. AVA1U JOE PALOOKA At Last. By Ham Fisher ANN DEAR-\ WHY HE AINT HOME:-1 WON'T BE HERE AFTER T'PAY NEITHER -WE'RE SPLITTIN UP---H-HIM, AN' ME--- EV'RYBUDDY KNEW BUT ME- . MIS' HOWE CAL.UN' PUM NOO YAWK-- SHE SE-Z SHE'LL TALK T'VO SUH. KNOBBY YOU OLO PEAR--WHAT ARE YOU DOING HOME?AND WHERE IS MY HERO? ANN--HE-HE 1 AINT TRUE V'NEITHER OP US--HE'S A PHILANPRER- HE'S BEEN--CGEE i PEEL UIKE A DOS} ON TH' I DON'T WANTA TALK T'NOBUDPV WAIT-- I'LL TALK WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT KNOBBYrV Z NEVER HEARD ANYTHING so RIDICULOUS---WHERE IS ^ff -PER SALLY CTOY ALLURE- M'MY OWN SWEETHEART- GEE HONEY--I HATEP T'TELLYA OHHHH-- * OHHH--KNOBBY N'NO--THEY'VE S'SAIP SO--BUT D'PIPN'T B-BELIEVE- BARNEY GOOGLE A Test of Temper. By Billy DeBcck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt ftt^o ct-e SVSMEO ew THH ^\ twe SCHOOL, } Q--crones-- · I OHOH-" HERHS ft P.S.. ( *DO*4'T 'BRktviG S^O^^Y 1 ""C. I ues GOT TOO MeftN ft e J ^ WHV- " \ LOVW-DOWM } i.WW I ^ ._ »nn\i\^_. ,o«it^S^-?. A v WEU.WHftT DO TOU THWV: Of FEUOYJ ·? 10U SKf tOU CAM FUY. LETS GO UP. Hht\OLt IT - THftT'S THE ON« YOU CftN TELL VJHNT KIND OF A SHIP I'LL TRX SETTING \T DOWN IN THE WATE15 PWKY StEMS TO HRVE THE SftMl \0£ft JUST KIDS Waited Words. By Ad'Carter BLESS MY) APPLE DUMPLINGS 7( ' HEART YOUNe MAN-WITH ALL YOUR BLARNETV YOU WILL NOT GET A DOUGHNUT AND SPOIL.YOUR SUPPER MOM-I CAME HOME EARLY 'CAUSE I MISS YOU WHEN I'M OUT YES/SIR-I'D BET YOU DOLLARS TO DOUGHNUTS YOU'RE THE VERY BEST MOM IN THE WHOLE WORLD! MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop X ToLb Voii \s* AU KAitJTSEErA 1. WOULDHT if Tsrr THROUGH TO BE ABLE TO / H , M j| g^ A^'U. EF'MEWZE HIM EF IT TAKES ALL OM'TKE.. ROCK!!" V UMLAX Vo'SEF- II CLOSE YoRe r ^ r vesn » ' ' AM I ? .... ME- 'M' THAT . MUS' BE. SPEiAjR'lTS 11 ME DOME PUT TIM TYLER'S LUCK 'o CIiio to tho 1'nnthcr By Lym Young CAPT. CLARK WANTSYOU TO ASSEMBLE YOUR SQUAD AT OHCE/ Sa.T.3ENKS 1 INTEND TO QUESTION EVERYMAN IN THE ATROLMAM KLOSS Yess\R,Birri KNOW NOTMINS ABOUTTWE PAKTUER tWSORMOWMURDOCK WASSTRICKEM, ANt^MEH/TMERE IS SOMEONE IM OUR MIDST WHO IS QUlETW DISTRIBIJTING THE PANTHER BAV/5 AS A PRACTICAL JOKE OR HE HAS SOME SINISTER MOTIVE. IN EITHER EVENT IIHTENDTD PlWD THE MAN OK MEM BEW1KDTWS BUSINESS PATROL ABOUT THIS MATTER/HM I THINK THIS IS AH INSIDE _ __ _.30B 3 KECOMMENDEDBV MURDCXKWHEN VOUEHUSTEDIH THEIVORV- , PATROL-- WflH MURDOCK HOWOCANI FG( IT I BIG SISTER By Les Forgravo NMeuL.,1 GOH.-S-S vr VMS O\OM'TPOLV.OSM ' A.U-. Bux TUHVLUGET -RAEVA VET' Tttev V ARE. V

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