The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1939 · Page 11
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January 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24.1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. PAGE Kl.KVli.N. The Daily Courier Pattern ~ SEW A "LITTLE BASKET" APRON PATTERN 9902 It's smart to wear aprons that arc «s sweet and pretty as Valentines Eo Marian Martin designed Pattern 6902 in the two braid and ruffled- triramed versions pictured -- both easy to make, and both high-spirited Enough to appear at'parties. "LHtl Green and Yellow Basket" she calls bcr design, because the pockets in ga: contrast look like a little basket \ihilc the appliques arc squar flowers sprouting button centers Such slim, unusual aprons tor yo\ (and lor gilts')--oath with comfort »blo straps CUT to stay up withou my inducement. Pattern 9902 may be ordered onlj In sizes small, medium and large Email size, apron with contrast, re quires } 3-8 yards 35 Inch fabric an 1H yards contrast; other version, 21 yards 35 Inch fabric and 3Vi yard ric-rac. v Send FIFTEEN CENTS in CDlns for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER . -_ . : . : Send for YOUR now MARX/Ui MARTIN PATTERN BOOK OF SPRING STYLES ... and enjoy sew ing for yourself and your family See more than 100 beautifully illus Iratcd patterns, easily "stitched up a home. Included are 39, patterns fo misses, 17 for junior .misses, 17 fo matrons, and 19 for children. Hea up on Prints, Trends in Color, Budge Tips, Suit Accessories! Discover nc\ ideas in Wedding Gowns, Graduatio Modes, Cruise Togs, Day and Dane Frocks! Order today! BOOK FIF TEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN, CENTS. BOOK* AND PATTERlv TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Send your order "to The Dail Courier, Pattern Department, 232 \V 18th St, New York, N. Y. {You're Telling Mel L__Bj BILL BRAUCHEB 1 ! Now that the rolo of Scarlett O'Hnra in "Gone With tho Wind" has been filled, there's not much to look forward to in 1939 but n jafc and convenient method of getting rid of used razor blades. A MIDWESTERN EDITOR SAYS WOMEN ARE BETTER NEWS GATHERERS THAN MEN. THE MEN, OF COURSE, .HAVEN'T THE NATURAL AD- 'VANTAGE OF THE WASH DAY IBACKYARD TELEGRAPH SYSTEM. ' V · · Police report an increase in pursc-snatchings. Maybe tho Indies ought to go back to hats that require pins to keep them on. * * * Police in Buffalo have been or- iered to picket bookmaker*. Don't tell us the bookies hare been unfair to organized police! A Columbia professor has invented a radio device which eliminates static. Wonder whether he'd consider accepting- editorship of the Congressional Record? CSEAR-NOAH-IF" CORN GROWS ON THE. POOTOP THE. ArtOONTAIN A4O THE. OF A HAMMER IS DO "tOO THINK THE. TEE-TH OF" A RAKE. INCUNEO T» BITEi 7 4EJKAVO NOAH-HOW A l-INE. AV^N TRAV Ei_ IN GOINS TO FOUE. "7 NOW fAS JOE PALOOKA Locked In. By Ham Fisher BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH A Victim o£ I?p] Tape. By Billy DeBeck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt NOT AT/4.L. YOUSE HAVE DID THAT AVVREDDY. THIS HERE'S SERIOUS SAY MUG--ARE YOU TRYIN 1 rpULl SOMETHIN' ,, FUNNY? WHAT'S THE WHAPDA MEAN LOCKIN' THAT DOO HOW D'YOIJSE DO MR. OR BUST IT OPEN// 1 tO\_O SOU VO . GOOGV.'c WteftN TO STRMD FV.KT FOOTED RN' TEU. ME NEVER SO'RE 1 5W10W V NE ORTER BE IN Pi UlNVTVC 9i»JL tWS RED VO Pi-TOVI GOOSV.ETO U9 ft COUSVN OSES' WttPTC OH, SOME CRftTf SftlOOT CftVE ftT Mt VJ\TH ft KNffE. HE M(\Nf\GED TO CUT ME BEFORE I KNOCKED WM f ·TOUR. SHOTGUN, SURE . I ' WS DUCK- SHOOTING AND UFT »T DOWN OH ·WE SLCftUSE I VlftO A SIA5HED WHWS fill THIS ABOUT ? YOU'D THINK I |l COMMtTTEO tHfttS JUST VfflftT XHl'RE UNDER ftRRLSI FOR. GET. INTO XDUR. aawis ft«o COMEftlDttG : QUIETLY HOW 0 X)U GET SLASHED ? VTcQUVDN'T CftRRY "W' JUST KIDS HEY- MARMADUKE Ves, Sir, J Your Best Friend. ' AdCarrer SJ?^4S,A V. ]/ f ^\, ·^^·-r'^"-' f^l^wV^-^^^lt^^ ^ T^--//'-' ' ·'·'* *· « ^ ^ , : 1 CAMT UNDS3S7ANO HIS -ONW LAST WEEK I LOANED HIM BACK THE FIVE CENTS WE LOANED ME MONTH AGO MUGGS McGINNIS ' By Wally Bishop SHo»! TEU ME vbo ATE. /·fas/ HAIH *SOLDFiSM'M'3f?iTS !! WAL^ W02 THERE'S A WSH fofZ v^l Cupi 1»J9. KUTJ tc.turti Snd tjte. Inc., WorW ^...AMO THE MIGHTMARE HAb FROA^'EM WAS IH TIM TYLER'S LUCK Till Me Meet Again. By Lym Young I THOUGHT WE HAD THROWN THE IVORY PATROL OFF OUR TRACKS GET YOUR GUN READY, CLOWN-TWO GOOD SHOTS HIS VICTIMS ALL SAV HE LOOKS LIKE ONE.TIM HOW DID THE HORSETHIEVES LEADER SET THE NAME OF CLOWN, SPUD? THEVRE BEATING-"IXTHEy WONT IT, CLOWN -- /GET AWAV FROM THEV MUSTVE /\ US--THE NEXT SEEN US J \ TIME W£ " BIG SISTER NJO.' NO! V)A.«T.' mouo I TEUU VOO ^CO'UL, ONLV GET ME VOO C3O VOOR. SOR.E VOO T4IM C=OiSG TO SEE. IT By Les Forgrave 1 . He^^SC^i'T BE IM ·QOXCH. A.UI- ' Copr 1PJ? . World ngfc ·STORV I'LL SC.T -TO DOINi'

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