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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSYILLE, PA. PAGE ELEVEN The Dcu7y Courier Pattern "WORKADAY" CHARM SIZED TO 50 PATTERN 9896 Get the neighbors talking abou how smart your "at home' frock are . . . by stitching up a version U two of this delightful, easily-mad style! Pattern 9800 has a size rang from 34 up to 50, which PROVES how sure Marian Martin is oÂ£ i charm and slenderizing qualities So --the waistline raises its braid-trim med curves just enough to flatten th diaphragm, -while an adjustable be may accent thfs smoothness Notice too, how darts give a lovely soltncs over the bust' You've choice putted, or flared sleeves (which ma be open)--and two pretty neckline The skirt too is flattering' Pattern 9896 may be ordered on! In women's sizes, 34, 36 38, 40, 42, 4 46, 43 and 50 Size 36 requires 3 yards 36 Inch fabnc and 25a jar ric-rac. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins fo this MARIAN MARTIN pattern B Â»urc to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYL NUMBER. Send for YOUR new MARIA MARTIN PATTERN BOOK O SPRING STYLES .. and enjoy sc\v Ing for yourself and jour famll Sec more than 100 beautifully illu tratcd patterns, eÂ»is.ily stitched up home. Included are 39 patterns fc misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 f matrons, and 19 for children Read up on Prints, Trend m Color, Budget Tips, Suit Accessories' Discover new Ideas in Wedding Gowns, Graduation Modes, Cruise Togs, Day and Danco Frocks' Order today' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Send your order to The Dai'y Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W. 8th St, New York, N. Y. lYou're TeOittg Me\ L_Bj BILL BRAUCUER I TODAY'S SHORT S H O U T STORY: Subdcb, deb, debt, debenture, debacle. * Â· * High among modern discoveries must be rrnkcd the rcv^lationB bc- iforc a Senate subcommittee to the (effect thut proflt-sharing is a swell idea if it -nould work out the right Â·way. While we're spending so much on national defense, can't something bo tfono on behalf of the Navy baclc- ftcld? * * * We're laboring under the supposition that when U. S Rubber declared that dividend the other day, they were stretching a point. * * Â» Pressure recently was brought to bear to oust Bob Zuppkc as coach at Illinois Did they forget lied Grange K) soon? Wider highways have added many many bencnts to driving, says an editorial Â·nritcr. Including better opportunities for^a four-car crash. NllMSKUU. 1-19 DEAR. NOAH-*IP TO EXPUAIN TO MX SWE.E.TIE. OVER. THE. PHONEL WHT \ BROK.E A DATE, WOULD IT SOUNb PHONE.Y 7 v Â» Â«UIWT NOO,H-|F YDO SPRAY A WATCH WITH INSECTICIDE. WOUI-D IT KIL-L- THE. TICKS T W WRC.NN JOE PALOOKA Good Business. By Ham Fisher WHO'S ,, IT FOR ? SOME OP ONE HAM AND ONE CHEESE ON WHITE AN 1 TWO GLASSES OF MILK. WON'T BE LON= 4OW,DEAR1E.IT'U. BE FOL.DIN' UP LIKE A 6UY WITH A THREE IN THE HOLE IN A TWO BUCK STUD TWO OLE LADIES ARE HER.E.THEY SEEM T'BE INJOVIN' THE SHOW. ARE YOUSE COMIN' T'NITE? NICKV BLAIR AND N.T.fc. BOTH WANTED ME FOR THEIR SHOWS AND LIKE A SAP -I JOINED THIS BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Merely n Matter Of Choice. By Billy DcBcck tew. vou vu. BE TIED UP HERE FOR SOtAE QOtVT HOU GO OUT SEE TtV SIGHTS U8ERTV- GRANT'S , TMWS ME CftN GO ' OR JE5' SET TttE OUTER T. VJVStt TO VOVTH N\R. GOOGLE RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt AS Pftt RWCHIS THE SHORE DRIVE HE IS OVERTAKE BY 'THE. . 5TRUMMER IN A HEY, BUDDY, LOOKS UKE VDU NEED A ,TWU. LE.V6 SEE WftT WRIST THERE, THAm HOLD "tOU Till 1 GET \DU TO A DOCTOR. HOW'D HAPPEN OH, JUST A UTTLE , GUNNING ACCIDENT 1-18 SUNNING,EH ? WHERE'S TOUR-' GUM ? vma, i cajLON'T HANG OH TO THE 3UN AND MY WRIST TOO, SO t ---=^JUST BROUGHT THE \NR1ST JUST KIDS Wrong OulSot. By Ad Carter YOU'RE X NICE-TOO- ^ MUSH HEULO -MARJ'RY G03H-MX AWFUL NICE IM .6WFUL SLAD I'M SOINS TO YOUR BIRTHDAV PARTY , ' WHAT OW NEXT WEEK IS YOUR BIRTHDAY? BIRTHDAY ISNT NEKT SUMMER THAT'S RISMT--IT'S HELEN BORDEN'S BIRTHDAY NEXT WEEK l-IS MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop HELP ME GET THESE \ \ , RSM BA.CK IKTTO THE I _ BCAA/L BER3RE TMEYy vVT^ c, ^VÂ«L TIM TYLER'S LUCK laugh, Clown, in ugh! By Lym Young WEVE Â«OT HIS HORSE, CLOWN -- WE OONT NEED HIS OWNER ANV LONGER HES FLAGGING U9,TIM-WHO IS HE? J MV VALUABLE HORSE WAS STOLEN FROM ME SEVERAL MILES BACK--I RECOGNIZED CLOWN CLOWDV.A6THE LEADER OF THE HORSETHIEVES AND KEEP RUNNING. STRANGER/ HELLO THERE MISTER ANYTHING WRONS.SIR? f^T PLENTY BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave OAX eeÂ«r os. DOSS! HERE l GETS vr AVI, FIXED SO VME CAVJ REAO UViCUS J\M,'S VJlUU AÂ«TIIi GUNAS T'lMGS OP . OACT'S CR^CTITOOE. PER. VOO . TRviM' TO FVX IT OP Â·SO v\E OOOUO GET eSUiCK, COURSE, HE DOO T VOOCSW D(S Â©IB AlWT HIS (OEPHEVJ, BUT ME VOOOI-OW^ M.1MO O*Â« IP \T OOT. 1VE. GOT TO GO OP AWQ UE.T O\SCiOV CAM'T GETS QACK. EOStMESC.