The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 25, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 25, 1939
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JAJTOAKY 2o, 1935. TffB DAILY COURIER. CONNHLLSVILLB. PA. PACK NlNJi". The Daily Courier Pattern KIDDIES'BRAND NEW STYLE! PATTERN S909 Just what your Angel Child wants \ tor her first spring dress . . . this "skating skirt" style with soft gathered bodice, so much like the dresses her favorite little movie star wears! You'll want to order Pattern 9969 today for daughters' new school or "company" frocks. Take a look at the pretty ways you can vary this casy-to-sew pantic design. You have choice of three darlinK necklines, and t%vo sleeves--one type puffed and cither open or closed, the other short and perky. Then, for trim, yiu can use to smart effect soft ruffling, bright ric-rac, buttons and bows! Pattern 9969 may be ordered only In children's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10. Size 6, collarlcss dress, requires 2 3-B yards 36 inch fabric and 1 yara ruffling; dress with collar, 2\k yards V^i inch fabric and 1 Vi yards ric-rac.' 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 sew- Inj! for yourself and your family! j See more than 100 beautifully illus-' trated patterns, easily stitched up at home. Included are 39 patterns tor 'misses, 17 for Junior misses, 17 lor matrons, and 19 for children. Read up 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. \You're Telling Mel L_Br BILL BRAUC11EH 1 If children would follow th« preaching of their elders, rather than example, they might be able to cross the street with greater safety. When Warden Lames took over at Sinn Sing IS yean ago thero lucre 1,105 prisoners. Now there are ' S,70S. The tehool certainly AIM developed. * ' * f A Philadelphia physician says that persons who keep their moutht closed live longer than those who don't. That rulo was discovered several years ago in Germany. An unbalanced diet makes for bad driving, according to an editorial in an automobile trade periodical. If you get a nicked fender on tho way , home, just remind tho man to cat more carrots. * · * . Several senators who voted tgainst confirmation of Attorney General Murphy pointed out that the voters of Michigan had "repudiated" him as governor. That'a nothing. Chief Justice Charles Evans, Hughes of tho Supremo Court was "repudiated" for president. OEAI3- r*y\H = WHEN THE. *\OON HAS AN ECUPse, IT se: STAES-? OE/VZ, NOAH - IF" SETTS A PW5DLING, DOES HE EARM HIS BOARO 7 LEAVES,, WIUJ-THAT F13R. JpE PALOOKA By Ham Fisher THROW IT OUT THE BACK WAY, WHERE TH' GARBEEGE GOES'/ IF -YA DON'T UNLOCK THAT DOOR IN ONE SECOND I'LL MA5SACR6 YA/ BEAUTIFUL SIR// YOU'LL WHAT BARNEY GOOGLE nnl SNUFFY SMITH Slgrlit Unseen;, By Billy DcBecr-. To *J\WE ft LONG ' E\N OLO N\BN DIED RND LEPT FORTUNE TO tUS OMLV OPiUGKTER- 3\iT HE WX.EO V\\5 \N\LL SO SHE COULDN'T GET THE OOUGtt TILL SHE GOT N\f\RW,EO "SOU ' S O - - CAR ROLLEtvA .THE LRVJVER., W\f\OE N\E COLLECT S.OOO f\NO ' f\U- SETTLED RMD NOU'RE eE^AV BEST MftN- ViOL' ON.COUSIM- ve VN PER DON'T 6V6M KNOVN VMWRT r \ ) TO ^Af^VE ft DOG / A' , CREEPERS RAD1O PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt so wars YOUR STORY, HUH ? i SUPPOSE SOMEONE CAMt AW WTO. 1OU KNOCKED WM OUT ftND BASHED IN HIS SKIM. TO fRhME \OU SAY, WHO ARE \QU, ANYWAY ? YOU'RE ft PRETTY COOL CUSTOMER. WHERE'S TOW t -^_ BQYS GOMt SKIING KID WHO'S BEEN LIVING r^p LET HIM AVONE . HI'S HftD WTO --~ XOU \ SW HERE ftND WWT TOR THftT KIQ. ftS SOON HE COMES IN ^DU RUSH HIM DOWN TO THE STATION- I WANT TO- JUST KIDS Some People Hnvc All the J.uok. By Ad Carter YES-SIR -THAT BOY IS A VERY BAD BOY-MR. BRANN'EP -ABOUT WHAT A LITTLE BOY SHOULD DO AN 1 SHOULDN'T DOAN' IT-L FOLLOW MY OWN INSTRUCTIONS I THINK 1 WILL WRITE A BOOK ANY MINUTE WHAT THAT YOUNGSTER. CAN THINK OF--I I-HAD ONE OF MY OWN MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop . . . WE'RE GLAD Tt3 SEE pHOUQHT ·OU!! WE TWOOGHT W3UUD HAVE ·XSUD BS. MAO AT ^ US FOR BUSTtt4'UPy BOTXCD(JLD^Vy COTfc o R Bi.RTV-M-,-W 6 AI.AWAYlX AMD Copt !91», Kins Tosuitl Syndvcile. !«-, WoiU ris.a Hltrvtd. DlFRCOLT... £!HE WlU. PRDBAELV ".6LL. /V\Y FbLo FOMlE'S ...OR CUT /we our OF HER OH ' IS AUREAbY STOPPED MVAliOWAMCE AlJDClXSEI MycMARGE ACCOUNTS .-..BUT I'M. MOT WORRIEO ..T'/A VouslG ... AMD X STILL HAVE MY HEALTH V. / * OH7IM RESOURCEFUL'. \W3MV STARVE. TIM TYLER'S LUCK The Horse Thieves Are Buck nt Their Trade. By Lyin Young /WHOA --PEPPER/ WELL,TIM,I GUESS WE'RE SAFE FROM 'EM I SAW TWO fflJNMEN !^f LAVING TOR U3 BACKyONDER ^ INTHETALLWEEDS^ALONSTHE V ROAD--PROBABLY THE CLOWN ^-V_^/~-J ANDAPALOF IOONT KNOW VET WHV WE WHEELED AROUND AND RACED OFF SO SUDDENLY, SPUD WEB BETTER BE ^£[ WE CANT ^ CLEARINS OUTOFTHESE ILETTWOYOUNS PARTS-THEIVORy J PATROLMEN PATROL ^^^r^VFRIGHTEN US ' CLEVE WELtVISIT RAODYS SHACK AND PICK UP A COUPLE MORE THOROUGHBREDS BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave *jrr OMS CP ' -SUB IS! voo see NOVM W(tv,Vf TILL. WtTELL'S BEVVA WE.'«5 Vi\S'S\M 1 COOSIKi" ! YOO'LU TNNO COO'S :Ni«3_ Copr. 1939, King Folurca Si'ndujle. Inc., World nshu WE OPEMS 5Z.KSWT OP AMD "SASyS '. AMO 'BET*-\ ·OVOM-f ASK.S vAlKA VZ-XCV-VT

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