The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 7, 1938 · Page 19
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January 7, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

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FRIDAY. JANUARY 7,1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE NINETEEN. -v. ·A. The Daily Courier Pattern Marian Martin New-As- Spring Frock Pleases the Junior Miss PATTERN 9408 Now that spring's just over the horizon, every fashion-alert young ster will be wanting just such ! sprightly frock as this, with now fitted lines and gayest of accents Mother, too, will be delighted with Pattern 8498--for it's one ot th caslcst-to-sew frocks that was eve cut and stitched at home! Fo dress-up or everyday wcnr thi model w!ll be "just right" made up In a bright, flowered synthetic, crisp taffeta (for special parties), or tubbablc cotton for school-days. A "growing girl" will adore the flat tery of the brief sleeves, pointed collar and unusual skin that boasts a graceful flare. Contrast button and bow. Complete Diagrammcc Marian Martin Sew Chart is in eluded. Pattern 9498 may be ordered only Jn girls' sizes 8, 10, 12 and 14. Size HO requires 2% yards 36 inch fabric und % yard 1V inch ribbon. 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. 'Taln't farm relief so much that th' farmer needs but relief from politic j.- Th' advice thet Jed WHIIker, our justice o* th' peace, don't w«nt t' take hlsself, he hands out t' others *n' charges 'em fer It. NUMSKUU. DBAK NOAM-- If THIS 1-tTTUC P1C.5.1E no=STo MARKET, WIUL. THIS t-ITTi-C ONT, DEAR N O A H " I S IT THU oc THAT MAKES THE STAMP? MTC^ O GL XOM. DEAR NOAH-- CAN OMC A MAMICOCC IN A. H«OMC» LA.UWORV? TH.OA..S j «CH^O*iO K t U U . W . V . JOE PALOOKA Good Bye!! By Ham/Fisher BARNEY GOOGLE Too IVnrm a Welcome. By Billy DeBcck PLEASE MISTAH/ DON'T YOU 1 WALSH--PAT /^DARE SAY SHE BOY WUNT / DON'T TELL THE NEVAH OF I TRUTH. YER PONE WHUT fX FIRED / SHE SAY, NEVER WANTA SEE MM AeAlN.TH' LOW-DOWN DOUBLE -CROSSER -- GIVE 'IM THIS LETTER--IT'S TH' LAST HE'LL EVER .HEAR FROM YASSUH--BUT KNOBBY YOU AN'ME AN' HIM CAINT SPLIT UP SUM--WHY YE'S A FAM'LY UH--YA BETTER STICK BY HE'LL NEED YOU -- --·AH NERTS -- WHATTA i CARE. I =-='BYE I MISTAH \.WALSH. YASSUH --THAMK YD SUH. ee . RLL RIGHT BV TO LOOK Kt- VNO«S OUT" THP.T THE 19)1, Xing feiwret Syodfau, [DC. Worid nKu ft*crv«i RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt THERE'S ft PKUUftRITY ABOUT THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CRlMlNftlS wait *SUCK" WBWCHB THE CITY FOR HIS IP6T GEM HOIOUP 1 KNOW WHftT YOU MEAN.PM. A CROOK VJORKS THE SftME THEIR. MODUS OPERAND! IS ftt.WKfS THE TIME. HE DOES ft JOB THW'S RIGHT. THffT'S WHY 1 EXPECT THESE EGGS BftCK ftGftlN AND THEY'LL HEftD FOR ft ClASSY JOINT HKE THE ONE THEY JUST ROBBED. WE'VE GOT TO KEEP OUR EYES OPEN FOR SUSPICIOUS PERSONSj NOW , PINKY , GET AS MftNY OF YOUR. SftNG TO.6HHER AS YOU CftN AND WTCH THE BWER JDNELRY SHOPS ALONG THE W/ENUE. HAVE THEM REPORT TO ME AS SOON ftS THEY SEE ANYTHING FUNNY WISE GUY,HUH? MODUS OPERANDI/ CRIMINftl. PSYCHOLOGY.' BIAH / I'M WISE TO YOU AND WHEN YOU JOM YOUR UTO.E SWEETIE., MR. SEftRGE PAT, 111 BE THERE TO GRAB TOO BOTH / JUST KIDS A Wiznrfl At Finance. By Ad Carter I JUST TOLD MR. BRADBURY HOW TO SELL CANDY ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN AN' MAKE MONEY I PUT NOTHING PAST YOU ·HAVE SOME «3UMDROPS . -MR. BRANNER -TAKE TWO AN' EVERY TIME I \ GIVE HIM A PENNY-) E GET A PENNY'S \ WORTH OF GUMDROPS) -SIMPLE-ISN'T rr?.^ YES/S1R-1 JUST ORDERED A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF GUMDROPS AN' I ONLY GAVE HIM A PENNY Cop*. 19JJ, King Pdtwoi SyrxSate. Inc. W«W ii* memt MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop So 1 DREAMED THAT X WAS TtM/iNl" THIS BIG OCEAKl LIMERUP ACAMAl.. JUST WALKIsl' ALONlG THE POLLIKl' IT MATH A BIG Y... AND THEM THE BoAT GETS ^ I -STUCK OM A RoCO. So.X JUST WALKED OVER. ... iu THE DREAM.·SEE?.,,'W' SWOVED THIS BIG LIMER AWAY F(2OA\ THE BAMK...WITM M'MAMDS .... LIKE THIS » ,...rr CCOLDMT HEV8EEK) WORSE... THE BOOK ».i *TWE LITTLE' Tfend FbiMT REAoir43-NUMBERS ... ·DREAM-BOOK "\\ THAT'S WHAT! 1 . IT "SAYS Rt'CMEER ..."BOATS OKI ROCKS « TIM TYLER'S LUCK One More to Go! Vlctli.1. By Lyrn Young YES., WUY, SPUD"? \ GET OME OF THE BOYS TO VAELPYOU REMOVE 1U1S CHAP TOTHE IWPIRrAARV AT OHC WHY SHOULD THIS STKAWGER DISGUISE HIMSELF AS BTROL- MAM MURDOCK? ^ CAPTAIH ·JUST FOUND SERGEANT cTENKS-UNCCNSClOUS--AND THERE WAS A PAMTHER ITSLUCKYIcJUST RETURNED PROM MY TKIP UP 1M T USAMG1, EH? SO3EHKSXSS WHO SETS THE FSOUTH PAHTHER PAW HEKT? _ . WONDER 2 / YOU SAY HES BEEN POISONED BV SOME RARE NATIVE DKUS, DR. STAMP? BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave HE'S AUVE \P T^M'S t-s-is WE 1 \NW«rvooMEAsi,Bur A^O GEHT M3OR. SUE.O. "TUU STAV AS^O LCOVC. AJPTEW. WHO IS WE, ^Ifti/VT^TOO DAUK Buonv/o r//« -,-.-,«-.-,-,

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