The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
Page 11
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"WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. JPAGB ELEVEN. (k- The Daily Courier Pattern Supreme Flattery For Larger Women in Marian Martin House Frock PATTERN 0588 Take a few hours off and make yourself this very pretty house dress! You'll find It on unusually useful style for many months to come. The new tendency toward longer waistlines Is shown here in pointed form to make your hips look slimmer. The flvc-panel skirt flares slightly and creates a very attractive silhouette. Make the collar and cuffs of contrasting fabric for the short sleeve Indoor version For more formal wear we sugg-st either a short flared sleeve with no cuff or a long sleeve . . . In either case the collar should match the dress. Consider cottons, spun rayon or jersey for best results. Complete Marlon Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart Included. Pattern 9588 may be ordered only Sn women's sizes 3B, 38, 40, 44, 4B, 48, 50 and 52. Size 36 requires 3% yards 36 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In .coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, 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, everyday clothes, lovely graduation styles .. . and a glorious trousseau for the Spring Bride ... plenty of things for everyone from baby to grandmother. All casy-to-follow 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. There was a tlma when bin* would pnateth undoratandln* «n r Congresii at th' same time. It's a nmart man that ain't let a woman pin anything on htm since ho waa « baby. YOUR. PINGEIB TO leei/AeAMseia scv« HOW A(£E. VOU GOING TO E is -l PUT THE WOCL-D ON WMeeil-3 AND HI6H FINANCE PUNCTUiaElD , WOUU.DTHAT BE WHY MOST FT-ATT JOE PALOOKA Too Huppy. Ham Fisher AT THIS POINT THERE'S A MISUNDERSTANDING IN THE STORY BETWEEN THE TWO LOVERS YOU ANP O-OY-- YOU'VE BEEN KNOCKED FOR A LOOP --YOU WALK TO THE CHAIR--HERE- SIT DOWN IN COMPLETE PESPAIR--THE WORLD HAS TUMBUEP ABOUT YOU. SHOULP r TRY vr NOW.-? :AN MR. PALOOKA ANSWER ·me PHONE? 1T/S "TOUCH TO REGISTER THAT YA KNOW-I OTIST CAN'T MAKE FEEL. IT, BECUZjA GUY HAS I'M PROB'L-Y /-"YOUR OUTLOOK- THE HAPPIEST (--BUT LET'S TRY FELLA IN Y-^T-t AAIN-- THE WORLP. NO* JOE.THAT'S STILL NO GOOD TRY IT AGAIN, OLD BOY. YOO' HEART-SICK--THERE'S NO HAPPINESS UEFT FOR r-rS STILL. BARNEY GOOGLE Breaking Into Society. By Billy DeBeck \MEU_, =O LONG, TO SHOVE OFF -- VLL PUT HONEV POT W TW fcFOC. fctt 1 vw(p,e you YE CftN TELL. THEM VftRNUNTS DOWN IN TH' LEV/EL, X GOT NO USE. 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POP-I JUST AST MOM TEN CENTS AN' SHE SAID "NO"- FLATLV BLTT I'M GLAD TO KNOW I HAVE AT LEAST ONE FRIEND IN THE WORLD! THE ANSWER ISYOU MAY NOT HAVE TEN CENTS -YOUNG MAN 190, toss FcuSa SiTiiote.!». W«U n^.u tfcmi MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop . . _ . . BESo HOT ATcASTisTspeus CcUUbMT PUT . -me - COOVJtlCMT I9JJ KING .S SVHOICATt. Int J AH CfcMET'FlWD OUT WMtW^ AH SoT HcME YlSTiOW.TT-tET K *£ DlDKiT MEV'M'LUCVCy CHARM \ OM...-TMET'S WMV A(4 COUUBKlT 7 ' Mo speu-S.' I-S VA/IF 1 THIS WYAR COUBLE.-FDWER- OOD LUCK-AssiFiorry-cH OM...THEy HAlNfT VjoeUDV 'WA.Y! f NOW I KNOW VbOR TT5ICK!! Vtxj Doi-4'T .,,., MESMERIZE. AMVfaME -pHlS WITH youR eyes.... ' THEy JOST SMELL. THAT ·STUFF AMD RVS-5 OUT!! *--·"VvAYlJU^OBbL'S^- TIM TYLER'; LUCK A Struntcer in Onr Midst. By Lym Young FttTROLMAN KLOSS. YOU'VE _ NEVER SEEH StUIS PANTHER PAW? PATROLMAH MURDOCH BEFOFZE YOU ENLISTED JM THE IVORY PATROL. WERE YOU TOO ENEMIES AT ANY TIME? 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