The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 23, 1939 · Page 9
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January 23, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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.MONDAY, JANUARY 23. 1039. THE DArLY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. NINts. The Daily Courier Pattern' " SUCH A YOUNG VERSATILE STLYE! PATTERN'39 68 Get that "Spring" feeling ahead of time . . . by wearing this poppy new jacket-shirtwaist dress now. Easter will seem SO much nearer the moment you step out in it! Marinn Martin planned this outfit so that the making is particularly easy, Then, too, the Sew Chart of Pattern 9968,supplies the most complete instructions'. That little "yoke" that holds in the front fulness is really an extension of the bodice back. The button-up bodice front has soft tucks to give you a slim waistline. And you've not only choice of jacket or bolero, but also o£ short or long sleeves, and open neck or high round collar--all so becoming! Pattern 99G8 may be ordered only in misses' sizes 12, 14, IB, 18 and 20. izc 16, dress, requires 3 3-8 yards 39 inch fabric; jacket 1% yards contrast. · . . '. . Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME,--ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Send for YOUR new MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK OF SPRING STYLES ... and enjoy sewing-for yourself and . your family! See more than 100 beautifully illustrated patterns, easily stitched up at home. Included are 39 patterns for misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 for matrons, and 19 for children. Head tip on Prints, Trends in Color, Budget Tips, Suit Accessories! Discover new Ideas' in Wedding Gowns, Graduation Modes, Cruise Togs, Day and Dance Frocks! Order today! BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS." PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Send your order to The Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. Youu're Telling Mel Bj BILL BRAUCHER I Tho New York wcrld'a fair will exhibit a machine that can talk liko a man. We already have «een the opposite--a man that can talk like n machine. # · » Research at University of Cincinnati discloses that women hart more nightmares than men. We are not informed whether or. not the Ktndy was extended to the breakfast table. » · · Something will have to be dont about Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins if he »oy« any mort mean things about the former VfTA administrator, Harry Hopkins. * * » AT A MINNESOTA FESTIVA1 A CONCRETE M I X E R WAS USED TO MIX BATTER FOR CAKES TO PEED THE CROWD RECENT BRIDEGROOMS MAY BEE SOMETHING PARTICULARLY APPROPRIATE IN THE UTENSIL. . · V * Now that a course in fishing has been established at Columbia University, one of the requirements for graduation should be a few credits tor stonr-tellinc. NUMSKUW. NOAH "DOES THE OF LOCOMOTIVES THE. ENGINE TENDED"? ..yw.UK NC NOAM- IF THE OOO SAW THE.' KITCHEN SINK, stove: DEAja. NOAH-IP WANTED TO BUILD A HE^I HOUSE ourr OF"eRcK,wjoou: JOE PALOOKA The Hot Foot. By Ham Fisher HAW HAW- THAT'S THE FUNNIEST HOTFOOT X EVER SAW -- HAW* HAW tl YOU BURNT v ._ ._ MY SHOE. \YA ONE. YOU GOTTA ) DIDN'' PAY FOR V-'LET'S eo RED. I'M BORED. THE CTOINT'S LOUSY' VESS1R-- VERY 6OOD MR.WALSH. BEFORE YOU GO GENTLEMEN---/ WON'T YOU BE (HAW HAW INTERESTED- V. TfHAT'S A IN SEEING MR PALOOKA'S OFFICE AND TROPHY r ROOM BARNEY GOOGLE find SNUFFY SMITH It Looks Like a Snd Occasion Billy DcBcck \MftPi\_-PttiCK. PER. ft JfMBVRO 1 =,\NO\M"1 SEEO GOOGLE LOOK so PUCKERED UP ftW OQ.WNEQ OOVMN OUT O 1 tW ROON\ ON W.S SE ME\JER \ THEM MOURNFUL- V OL' FELLBttS TOTIM' TtV X CRSK6T T Pi RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivoi; and Charlie Schmidt "THE SIRUMMER. CAUS THE LOCAL POLICE CH11F - AND THftT'5 THE DOPE , CHIEF. PICK UP THftT REDHtftD ftND ASK HIM WHERE HE WWS t£STO- DftY MORNING, ft FEW MMUTES SQUAD OF SOLD bftSV POUCEMEN SVJOOP DOWN ON PPiT'S COTTAGE JUST KIDS A Hfght to flic From the, Duchess By Ad Carter HERE I AM-CHEWIN' SUM AN MINDIN' MY OWN BUSINESS AN' SO 1 UPS AN' TELLS THEM TM A BETTER SUM-CHEWER THAN THEY ARE-AN' THEY UPS AN 1 SAYS I AIN'T-SO WE UPS AN' HAS A SUM-CHEWIN' CONTEST--AN' THERE I AM OUT- , s . CHEWIN' 'EM TWO TO ONE-- YES-ITS THE DUCHESS UP COMES THREE'FELLERS CHEWIN' SUM- AN' IHAS _THE VICTORY RIGHT THE TEETK WHEN UP COMES THE DUCHESS ANFMAKESME TOSS OUT WELU.t OUR. PICK LIL' RHlNELAMDe(5..AFTER THE WAY EFFIE MAE ACTED AT MIS PAI7TY ft X HAVEMT, SEEM HlbE MOP. HAIR T/^WERe ABOUT OP HIM. SlMCE U r--^l * FbPULAR AS i PLAQUE MRS. FRUMP, *vi* .^_ t£ xr *rS« /LT^'^V TOO" MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop . .. WOULDMT HAVE BEEM SO BAt, IF RUllJELAMDER. T; VEAM 1 . HADklY LOST HIS. HEAD VVWQJ ra.flCrvVA'S HIS MOTHER FAINTED'. 1 . HE \*WG. PAVOFE DlDKl'T HAVE To FAM HER ) WMEM MRS. WITH HIS WIG" . 'UL'SOUSAOCXS HAD BLOWS! HIMSVFTD A HAIRCUT! BUTLER!! WASMT HE X'UL BET HIS IS COV.DEF2 TMAXl . ICEMAN'S SHOULDER U I D SCCMER HAVE. MR. FRUMP WAS THE OTHER NIGHT? I NEVER DJO SEE /%. ME. 'I HE WAS Busy HAUKiTiiJ' SOME . OTHER. PART OF THE. HOUSE. !\ WW/W A"WJAPSACK ~~ '"WILL DO5 HIM OUTOF OKIE OF HIS KNAPSACKS, VELLIMG BOO" AT'LIL' CHILDREN 1 .! TIM TYLER'S LUCK Clown Gets the Lay of the Land. By Lym Young JATROLMEN TIM AND SPUD ARE ONE JUMP BEHIND THE HORSETHIEVES WHO HAVE tlUST STOLEN A VALUABLE. MOUNT FROM THE TORKIN HOMESTEAD MtSSTORKJN SAID THERE WERE FtVE IN CLOWN CLOWDYS GANG, STOD WEVE SOT TO KEEPA SHARP LOOKOUT--THEY CANT BE FAR AHEAD OF US- TWO IVORY PATROLMEN// RECOGNIZE THOSE HORSEMEN,CLOVVN? BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave TAMK GCODKSESS, WERG T CAM tAEAP H\W OPP. \wrr M\S ME Meod v^ -naoos\_e CASi'T -VOO UMOEtiSTAhlO? I'M -rei_LiNi' soo OH REAL. MA'S SHO^HO OP. SOO'LV. OWli/j GUM X'INGS op PER. ME. IP. vop SHOVSS * VOO'D CRAB DE NMHOUE VtoRVCS PEC. IF voo viEtJrr OP wirr' OH -STDP.V VOo soo 00 . HOsN'DO'S. PELt-O^J \S THE \ME OOSi'T josr LET'S GET UP ?ri'.-jrt f'sruliate. Int. U.^tJ.rigStt rtifryed.

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