The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 6, 1938
Page 11
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· THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 193S THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVn^E, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern Marian Martin Button- Front Frock Has tts Own Detachable Apron ipATTERN 0580 Take Marian Mirtin's word for it, you'll not find a prettier or more practical "at honu ' ensemble than Pattern 9589' One glance at the tnm, panelled bodice, bric£ sleeves, and Peter Pan collar ot this model will convince ou cf ts flattery--and every homemakcr will realize immediately the possibilities of the detachable npron tlints buttoncd-on in front, and tied 'round back Omit the collar, if you prefer, and use contrasting ric-rae for a bpicy bv · of accent on pincl and pockets Send for this sample pattern today, and find out for yourself how easy it is to cut and shtch' Pretty in tubbable percale or chambray Complete Diagrammed Marion Martin Sew Chart included Pattern 9589 may bo ordered only Jn misses' and women's sizes !·», T.6 18, 20, 32, 34, 30, 38, 40 and 42 Size 16 requires 4% yards 36 inch iabnc and 1 3-8 yards nc-rac. 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 YOTJ..". ORDER IT TODAY 1 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 ever} one 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. No matter what tho politicians ·Im at, It's the taxpayers they gen orally hit. Snoot Glucklru' winter baihln' *« due f an accldenL Th' Ico on Snake Crick let him dewn. -IP- FISH HOW /V\UCH DO FISH ' ACCOISDIN TO THSIfE. SCAUES T NOAH-- IF THE. COBSLJEIi'-b WIFE REFUSED TO WOE WOJUD THE SHOE " . CAU F* NOAH=IF "YOU SETT QC.D, CO YOU LJFT UP" THE, MATTRESS AND DEINK FT£C3M THE. " u R I J C f OOTM OCHP IHC JOE PALOOKA A Bolt From the Blue. 1 By Ham Fisher JOE WAS REHEARSING A SCENE-BUT WAS EXCUSED TO ANSWER AN IMPORTANT PHONE CALL. BARNEY GOOGLE Just n Bed-Time Story to Snuffy. By Billy DeBeck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt JUST KIDS This Onc-Slded IVorld! By Ad Carter MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK The Panther Pn« Claims Another Victim. By Lym Young KNOBBY \ ( AH^QULP ^ COULDN'T ^v/ AH'LL BE OP SAIP IT \ WAVT1N' FOH SMOKEY-- ) YO'SUH-;- AN'HETOLE / HE MOVIN' ANN HOWE / OUT. HE IN TOO K D'OTHAH ROOM O H H H H - PACKINC / NOW YOU'VE GOT IT--MY SOSH MAN THAT'S EAOT1FUL -- JUST WHAT I WANTED-r NOW LET'S SHOOT. , \WU7L CLOUD-BUST UftS' N\GHT -- VfA PV-UfrAQ WORRVcD ftBOUT MR. GOOGLE RfcV HONES POT PiCRoST TH 1 ME. KNOW HOVN BRCVC. VS O 1 TH' i Hprre TO aouse ve, \ PPiVW ,JSUT TW PORE \ UP TO THEIR ./ COPT W1S Kuig 1'uniru Syndieiu. IftC. World ntVu T. OONT RECKON NUTHVN TW VNORLD UKH Pi WHPiT IF THEY DO ? SHE'D GOTO JRIL.1 WHO'D ----' I DON'T KNOW. 1 VflSH SHE D JOIN UP VMI1H US. YOU f\MD SHE WOULD MAKE SWEU PiUBIS FOB. EftCH OTHER.. PEQPIE'D NEVER GUESS WRE NO, I WONT DO THftT. t GUISS V)EU .HIST FLY ftVMPff AND -OR SOMEONE B r5?. u . m _ lnt I LEBVE HER VIHKT YOU SQ1NG TO DO WITH MY DOUBLE f\f TER. THIS WELL,THERE'S THE CfTr SHE M\GHT 6E ABLE TO SWIM FROM THE GEE, WE'RE SURE PRETTY AVJ.IEVS TOSS HER IN THE LftKE WERE TWO Of YOU DO YOU KNOW THAT NAY MOM NEVER R/\N3 DOOR- BELJLS WHEN SHE A LITTLE GIRL? DO YOU KNOW THAT MY MOM NEVER PLAYED I HOOKV V/HEN SHE / WAS A Lrnrue GIRL^ ) WELL- IT'S A MAN'S WORLD- UR ALIGHT AS WBLLSlVEi PFie " VCO HAVt)xiY \ERIZIMQ POWERS " CAMT CAST A, SPSLL OV4 FOLKS IP THEY HOLD MOS" )(__» N3A^^ «-*iJ WITH THAT 1 ASSIFIDlTV- i-fe WARl-lT TO rr ". stnvJiM' nez. WEMT WC£)t*5 .AHM OLfA TE.TCI-\ WIF THE ELEMEMTS....ER /AAYBE THE. VIBRATtoMS ME « COPYR CUT IMS KING fUTURCS SYNOICATC. t BLEVE INI B'LEVES AM'AV MAH" HE1SAN X«-T BUT HE SURE IMPOSTOR'. IVE \ / LOOKS LIKE YOU SAY THAT J* HE'S HOT UNCONSCIOUS PAVROU-/ MUROOCKAHD MAN IS NOT ^/[ HE'S HO PATROLMAN. MURDOCK, S \ H2 WAS WEARING TIM? , ,, , ^ _ . CAPTAIM.' FETCH ME THE PHOTDS?APHS FROM MY FILES ^ VESSIR 1TSSEBSE4NT 3ENKS/ SEE, WHAT'S WRONfi WET FOUND HIM STRETCHED CUTON HIS CABIN FLOOR NEAR A PANTHER'S _ PAW NEVEg SEEM THIS MAN BEFOKE. BUT WUY-- MURDOCK WITH \ THE WHISKEJ5S BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave ·THINKING BUDDV WAS RVGWT r BEHVNlD HER BETi-4 WAS AMAZED UPON LOOKVNX3 BACK.TO DISCOVER H\tv\ MOsWHERE IN S\GHT l-b ME.I \AJHfXT IN1 ,, Ifl -frlEV'RE DVGCINIG T^HVJORLD 1 AMD FELL. IMTO VT 1

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