The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 10, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 10, 1938
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J10NDAY, JANUARY 10, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVn^B, PA. PAGE NINE. ~f The Daily Courier · Pattern St'mple Marian Martin Wash Frock Easy as Can Be to Make! PATTERN 0605. Are you looking for a cheery home-frock that will keep you looking spruce all day long, is simple to make, and requires but a few yards of bnght-hued fabric' Then order Pattern 0605 for hero's just the frock that will make your at-home wardrobe a success! Isn't it worth a few hours of your time to run up this model? See, it's cut in a minimum of pattern pieces (note diagram) anc you can be sure that you'll find flattery in the pointed collar, kimona sleeves, and waistline that's nippcc in by the part-way belt. For fabric choose checked gingham, ngurcc percale, or a tub-fast chambray Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Cart included to make your home-sewing task simple. Pattern 9605 may be ordered only in misses' and women's sizes 14, 16 18, 20, 32, 34, 3G, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3!4 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, parly clothes, everyday clothes, lovely graduation styles . . . and a glorious trousseau for the Spring Bride . .. plenty ol things lor 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. With gov'ment itandln* on th* toe» of th* businessmen, we might call It a buslneca cuppresston. Th' pott*go stamp Is one thing theVs ftllus licked 'fore It starts. NOAW-- IS A SIC. COW/7 NOAH«"lP I FEll-l- ASAtNST THE PIANQ. WOUuO IT HUia-T IP I THE: . . Tex lF' A HOESE HAS HEAVELS, SHOJUD HE. WEAS. 5USPEMDEJ9S TO HOLD OP HIS FANTS " JOE PALOOKA Only Human. By Ham Fisher X RECEIVBP A W/RE FROM «TOE THflT HE'S PHOW/N6 AT NINE O'CLOCK. Z CAN'T TALK TO HIM, DAVDY. ANN DEAR, YOU'VE SIMPLY 6OT TO LISTEN TO HIS SIPE OF TOE WITH ALL. Trie STORIES IN SCANDAL COLUMNS, AND flFTER YOUR WEST REPRESENTATIVE. THE OTHERS TOLP ME REFUSED TO BEL/EVE- THE ·« I'LL. SOUND HIM OUT--flNP IF IT SOUNDS RIGHT WILL YOU T/9LK TO HIM BUT WHEN KNOBBY TOLD ME -- G-GOOD HEAVENS, DAPPY--- PON'T YOU SEE--X CflW'T-- JUST C/W'T-- ·-NOT FOR THE. PRESENT. I COULPN'T TH1HK YOU " UNDERSTAND --I-I'M ONLY HUMAN I'LL TALK TQ HIM FOR YOU, (D McXanght Syndicate, In«» By Billy DeBeck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt NO, I fMN'T MOLLY / SO \NHPlTS IT TO TDU 1 NOW SCfcftM / MOD NIT-WT / WHKVS THE lOEPi Of THE. ROUGH STUFF ? UTS GtT C3UTA HIRE! THEY'RE SETTING IN ft CftR, IR\SH. VtiNi GOT TO facr ~ THEM PlNVCf HfXS 5UODENW HOLW TO VWOM JUST KIDS The "Oldest" Inhabitant Reminisces. Ad Carter GO AHEAD- SPREAD THE MUSTARD MOM AN* POP WERE TALKIN' ABOUT THE CHANGE IN THE WEATHER LAST NIGHT ( UNDOUBTEDLY POP SAID THAT YEARS ASO WE HAD MUCH SEVERER! WINTERS THAN WE HAVE NOW ruiti Srndiviu Inc. World f*Ck WhY-t CAN REMEMBER 1 THE WINTERS WE HAD . 'WAY BACK WHEN WAS -JUS? A MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop AH HAIMT RlDlM ~T£ Mo PARW IN Mo p=r VtO OoULD X PUrJKlM' !l 77=-^ WALK!! v - ^ CARRY -R4G SUPPERS SHUX 1 . AH KAJKiT SO 'ZZ. NO iMvrrATiotJTo AASQOERAC6. PAR.T/SI OoMSTTF3UC 1 , WO SLIPPERS Bl3 EN\OUC5H FfeR /WAH « T - ^ I WELLY TXDMT SO AS CIMDE-REU.A? TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Signaled Arrival. By Lym Young FOUR WWTHER PAWS -OME EACH TORTHE UNDENT1F1EDMAN, SGTcSENKS/ " PATROLMAN KLOSSAWD- -1WONDERVWV ^W TM'CAPTAIN WASHT \ STRICKEN DOWM.TOQ, A VYHEH ONE OFTWESE: PAWS WAS POUMO / IM HIS ROOM S s wave acmoRHD 3UT WWV THE STRANGER :MPERSON«TEO PATROLMAN MURDOCt,TlM ACDUPUE OF SHOTS TO LET HIM KNOW MURDOCH'S OUT- WEfeE APPROAOUNS rrs STRANGE, TOO, WWYTH' VICTIMS WEREN'T , INSTEAD OF BEING MADE OMiX- TOTALLY UNCONSCIOUS BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave THEM voo-vo- V^EB-E COMiMG HERS. VOHEIi VJE M30? SURE, i VOAS: oe VJEOOEQ. SN AS / -WEAWHER AUAOST COLO.' EVESl IT'S BETH BETH - 1 SEE r COT HERE O.K. UJENT ·SCRSVJV vwBe oar's WHEN s HOW/ NCXJ OlS LEG. VJASWCT VT NVCE I MEAM VOO'RE VOO VCOWO VAE,! ' IN BEO.BOTGET «T OOTCOP VOOR.HEAD TH.At VXJWE. HEBE

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