The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 17, 1939 · Page 9
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January 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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TUESDAY, JANU \KY 17, 133'J. THIS DA I Mr COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLB. PA. NIMi The Daily Courier "Pattern CUTEST OF NEW KIDDIE FROCKS PATTERN 8905 It's a smart kiddie who has two " new styles like these to wear . . both to different-looking, yet cu from just one bolero-frock pattern And it's a wise mother who stitches ap Design 8965, for there arc very iew pieces to put together--even the trimmings arc ^easily applied' The sleeveless bolero is n gay accent for school or "best" dross when in contrast fabric or color. It's useful with it, otehr frocks too, Note the choice o square or sweetheart necklines, anc self or ribbon sash. Instead ot puff sleeves, you may have daintiest o cap sleeves. Pattern 8965 mav bo ordered only In children's sizes, 2, 4, 6, 8,' 10 an 12 Size 6, version with bolero, dres. requires 1*4 yards 35 Inch fabric am bolero, 1% yards 35 inch fabric ant 2 yards ruffling. 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M1STAH JOE ( GO IN ^ PROBABW PAUOOKA VTABATHAV A MOVIE HJSSEUF--RI6HTX. ? J/L STAR. DI5 HEAH WAY. NO COVAH ( SMOKETY, V DON'T DO -, THAT. ·WELL DAT'S GITTIN-'EM IN. DEM TWO O\_E LADIES WAS (bONNA PASS BYE. \ AWRIGHT M1STAH KNOBBY 1 BUT KIN AH OTES' AST 'EM QUIET IP AH DON' VELA.? WE AINT BEGGIN- NOSUDDY. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Snnfiy's Hnt's, In Uio Itlng. By Billy DcBcck ROU.SN\ V.EFT WORO FOR V0\i TO WPAT H\S PRWftTE MR.GOOGLE--RIGHT THIS WBV-HE'S NPlOVW COUSIN VJHRT PER V6 BOY IV. SOME CLPiSSV JOINT HE'S GOT WERE- UH DO SOU HftPPEN TO KNOW UWftT SORT OF Pi PROPOSITION HE'S GOT FOR We* LOT TP| RVDOLES TrtftTLL PUT R STRfMM ON HER TOTHtR a\_ GO GVT IT-- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt v/rm pea GONE /'WE STRUMMER UPNES HIS PtftCE Of GXKttoMLHT PICKING UP PftvS SHOTGUN HI PCWTS IT W THE HEAD OF WE VflOm "RftT'- AT SIGHT Of PROMPTLY FftlNTS HE SEEMS TO BE BADLY..-OH,OH .. WHO'S THAT ? WE CftN'T WftSTE ANY TIME , IRISH... I'VE GOT TO GET TO A DOCTOR...THIS \S WORSE THftN I THOUGHT.. LOOKS LIKE AN ARTERY... IN HIS SHOKf BATTLE VKTH "THE RftT", PAT HAS BEEN STABBED THE JUST KIDS The Ancho\y lilt Buck! By Ad Carter \You're Telling Me\ !__Bj BILL BRAUCUER 1 Primo Minister Chnrabcrlorn'o applause o£ President Roosevelt's warning to dictator nations somehow reminds us of the enthusiastic advice a manager ghcs A prlza fighter: "Get in there, h« can't hurt us " * * * THE LATB DR. FRANK VIZE- TELLY OFTEN SAID THAT A MAN WHO IS E D U C A T E D SHOULD KNOW 50,000 WORDS. INCLUDING THE RIGHT ONE TO USE WHEN THE GARAGE DOOR IS BLOWN OFF ON A WINDY NIGHT7 Washington statisticians sny the United States lacks 21 materials essential to war. That Is underestimating tho requirements by one it the desires of most of us count. * » » Big Bill Thompson "· hat an- totalised ha candidacy for mayor of Chicago. We'rt jial wondering tf the city « wealthy enough to fo in for such. extienxivA «nirvkuwm.»* · « * If you're seeking a thrill, visit your barber. Ho's always ready to tell you a hair-roisinc story. 1-18 DEAR. NO|OM» WHCN GETS A BAD FAU_, Wll_l_ IT WINTER. AT A SPfajNS RESORT OR. SLVA-/WEER: - EV.SE. 1 rroN CITT, P(S DEAR. NOAH-IF A SC.EN-C WHAT WOUUD THE. RADIO 6eAR.NOAH"VJHKT KIND OF A STOR.Y IS THE. CAT'S 1 BET IT'S THE agpgse- RISHT-AN 1 JUST BECAUSE I WANT A LITTLE SNACK ,. , IM THE { AFTERNOON i »** WHEN I WANTS A SNACK. I WANTS A SMACK-1 KIN FEEL, IN MY STUMMICK-A '_'__-GROWN , SANDWICH Si *· ^"V 1 SO IN I GOGS AN 1 THE DUCHESS IS GIVIN' A BRI06E AN' I UPS AN 1 ASKS PER A SNACK AN" SHE UPS AN' S1VES ME WHAT SHE CALLS A CANAPY-NO SSSER THAN ~ NOTWN' -BUT 2E LEARNED \^ABOUT THEM IN I UPS AN' TAKES A BITE AT I NEARLY LOSE ONE OP MY MAIN FINGERS-THE MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop Ht r;i^. ^^ LOOK OUT FOR v ^" \, MSUR MEAD" ( PUCK'" WAIT'OOMTTKV TO PUT THAT SHOE OlO LOOKf( UAIDM OUTBeHlMDXA 1 · 1 ° l HAIW TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tlioso little PJgs Go to Market. By Lym Young HOWDV, STRANGER, NICE BIT OF HORSEFLESH YOU'RE RIDINS -- ' WE'D LIKE TO BUV HIM -- WKATRE VOU ASKING ~1 FOR HIM ? I DONTAIM TO SELL My HORSE -- ORTOSIVEHIMUPTO I HOR3ETHIEVES j WEWANT THAT HORSE-WE'RE GOING TO HAVE HIM It BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave GUY BOUT GITTIN o' eerrrew. «£·£ M4rr' QECA-OSS. OA.O i AswAV ASAlNi. I

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