The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 12, 1938 · Page 11
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January 12, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 12, 193S. THE DAILY COCHIER, CONNELLSVn^LE, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern Marian Mar fin Designs Silhouette of the Moment For Tots PATTERN 9598. Nothing tussy about tills little dress . . . just simple scams and a touch of ricKprack, but look at the result Did you ever see anything smarter than this frock from Pattern 9598? That straight button tront is a convenience, too, lor now little daughter can dress herself witn case. With long sleeves it's an ideal dress foi Winter school days made o£ challis and when Spring comes the shar sleeved version will blossom forth in gay cotton print, linen or gay wash silk. Every detail from^the demur round collar, puffed sleeves and eight-gore skirt Js easy to cut and fljv ish ... a perfect dress for the busy mother who wants to make smar clothes quickly. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart is included. Pattern 9598 may be ordered only in children's sizes 4, 6, 8 and 10. Sizi G, View A, requires 2 5-8 yards 36 inch fabric and 4 Mi yards rick-rack Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins 01 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, every day clothes, lovely graduation style . . . and a glorious trousseau for th Spring Bride ... plenty ol things to everyone from baby to grandmother All easy-to-follow patterns that maki home sewing a delight. ORDER TO DAY. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEElN CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIF TEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PAT TERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. , -- iiend your order to The Cdurie Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St. New York, N. Y. Ike Moiklnt Is clolmln' hli elder U ·' hard It'd curl th' hair o' th' dog th»t b.tet y'. Horao sen» In gov-ment Is Jcit mother term (tr stable thlnkln'. DEAIZ. NOAM «" AtZ-E. INN-EX peB.ie.NCED SEdVANTS BEST POR. HOTTS.US-? C»S^ N O. NOAH- IF -TOO FOUND A BUTTON IN THE SA1-AD, WOU1~C VOU CA1_I_ IT PART OP THSl DRESSING ·? -CARC. THIS JOE PALOOKA Hnrd to Swallow. By Ham Fisher JfVR. YOUR \ S/WE./'U. *V TRY. SOLLY X ALWEEZ VQ -BUT-- sf--AN' i CTIST CAN'T FINISH THE PITCHER, MR. BROWN-NOT WITH HER IN IT. ., _ NOT ONLY THE COMPANY,OLP MAN-IT MEANS A 6REATLOSS TO'ME --TO EVERYONE WORKING ON THE PICTURE -- IT'S- TOUGH ON YOU-BUT THINK OF THE OTHERS .JOE* YOU'VE, GOT ONE MORE SCENE TO DO VVITH HER PLEASE j-usr ONE r-- r CAN'T HELP I KNOW HOW YOU BUT--IF YOU QUIT--WELL. TWE COMPANV WILL BE OUT A MILLION DOLLARS. COULPNTACT WlW HER-.X COULPN'T ACT THE BRAZEN LIAR3 I EVER COME ACROSS SHE'S TOPS. SHE EVEN WAPE PASSES AT ME BARNEY GOOGLE "Kick-Proof" AJt That. By Billy DeBeck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt VOO VOOMG \WHEU9 DON'T VOO TORN VO'UR. ON MS WHILE I'M vou THOSE TH(NK t ftlN'T EVEN GOT ft tlONKSV l^ KEUe VF YOU OO«4'T WftKE UP AM 1 DO SUMP'M T_ tOUO VOO ttey-PoTs CON\S 6RCW. ewe us \_oov prr VOOttfTCWPl HOH GOSH. IRISH, HOW CM I LET PftT KNOW.'I'VE 1 t^rrf T/-V ixccn MV CVP ON ,. ' \NHKT XDU Sf« DAM? LET'S GEE, IRISH/ THERE'S IDEft / -tf ONLY- GOT TO KEEP THfVT CfiR JUST KIDS Tell-Tnle Symptoms. By . Ad Carter MOM-I BETCHA ABRAHAM ' UNCOLKfe MOM WASNT A BIT NICER YOUNG MAN-WAVE YOU Pf NO MA'AM-1 DONE SOMETHING YOU {§ HAVEN'T DONE SHOULDN'T HAVE OON OR ARE you HUNGRY? i BETCHA C.EORGE WASHINGTON'S MOM WASN'T ANY MORE WONDERFUt THAN YOU ANYTHING I SHOULDN'T HAVE OONE- AN' I'M NOT HUNGRY THAN YOU / ff SURPRISING -SN'T IT? MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop ' "S \ BEAT UP OtJ UU VfeSTER- · WE - r --w^^^^ TIM TYLER'S LUCK Somebody GIrcs A irouscivnrmlngJ By Lym Young IVORV PATROL HEADQUARTERS STILL LIE THREE UNCONSCIOUS MEN -SOT tJEMUJS, BCTROLMAN KLOSS ANDTUE STRANSER WHO AM« YOU THINK THESE MEW ARETH'VICTIMS OFA RARE DRUG CALLED "MACWA; DOC? / YES^SPUD AMD A QUEER V / THINS ABOUT THIS DRL 6 3.S ^ THAT NOTHIMS BUT A SECOND \ DOSE OF THE SAME STUFF (N. _,_,, WILL. REVIVE THEM = flBBK UNLESS WE PROCURE SOME OF THAT DRUG, THE MEN WILL REMAIN IN T/4IS CONDITION WHILE, SEARCWIHS PATROLMAN MURDOCH'S TIM SUDDENLY HEARS A CLICKIHG SOUHO COMIHS FEOM INSIDE A SMALL SEALED BOX-- BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave ^ IS O\S WICW! AS LCMC A*3 1 «TTAV lt-4 BED T C\T PEO. DOES POT ME 04 TOPO' DOMT VJCARV.SOODV. I \NHA7T MAXES SPECK VJONT SOTHER V. VOO BUT I CAVE HIM . . THAT As LONG A-S / R\GKT UP HE STAYED ISk BED VJE'O'PEEOWXM. TH(Kr AS -SCXJ^iAS HE. COOL.O VJA.UK ACAJM TO BE ON) MIS W\S ur^G CAN'T Qe BADUV WORT. AMD BElt^' PEOi

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