The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1939 · Page 19
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 27, 1939
Page 19
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1030. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNKLLSVILLE. PA. PAGE NINETEEN. The Daily Courier . Pattern NEW "AT-HOME" FROCK SCORES! PATTERN £D70 Be/ore you get busy with the Spring Cleaning, run up a frock or two like this for yourself, and you'll Jace your task in a happier mood In fact, you'll probably like Marian Martin's new style so well that you'] use It for summer cottons later. Isn'i It a cheerful sight with its smarl raised waistline, supple skirt, anc youthful bodice rippling with softness? And it's stitched up swiftly with the Sew Chart showing the quickest, easiest way to do anything Note that Pattern 9970 ofiere you ai: this . . . a pocket, flared or puffed sleeves, all-around or part-way belt, different trims and collars! Pattern 9970 may be ordered only in misses' and women's sizes 14, 1C 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 -ind 42. Size 16 requires 3% yards 3si inch fabric, IVs yarSs ruffling and 3-8 yard contrast. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in ' coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern, Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, KAME, 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 300 beautifully illustrated patterns, easily stitched up at home. Included ttre 39 patterns for misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 for 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 w're Telling Mel By BILL BRAUCHER I During 'a track strike in Detroit taxtcabs delivered bnrrcllcd beer from breweries to bars. That's gat- tine the business both ways, · * · A U T H O R I T I E S IN HAIFA, PALESTINE, F O R B I D RESIDENTS TO APPEAR IN PUBLIC PLAGES WITH THEIR HANDS IN THEIR POCKETS. THAT SHOULD ATTRACT SCOTTISH COLONISTS. * » # Sam Gddwyn tayi the film have frcat rctpmtsibilitics to go on to freatir things. And a creat wan to to? * « · Sam Rfddlo has dismissed Charley Kurtsincer and hired Wayne Vright to rido War Admiral. He's toping 1 Uio new jockey will jjive hia lone the Wright kind of ride. * * * . An editor in Rome challenges an riitor in ParU to a ducL Choose four pens, gentlemen! * V « The village of Dosquet, Quebec, has no mayor or aldermen. It must' So a dull tov.-n, with nothing to in- rutigate. DEAR.NCAH-IF THE BOAT TO GO SOUTH D YOU PUU- ON THE: NOR.TM POU.EL, HOW CAN STRAIT 7 AMERICAN O«R£3 PtAYERS BEAT THE E^SUSM AT BR1DSE, IS IT A S1SN THAT LONDON BFZ1O6E IS JOE PALOOKA Another Loud. By Ham Fisher UH --IS THAT OTHER CAN ,EMPTY ONE'S FILLED « AN' TH' OTHER'S IT'S LOAD OF GARBEEGt I'VE CALLED TH' REPORTERS AN' AST'EM COME BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH "Angel" On PnrndoJ By Billy DeBeck -- MASS 0\V.W'S SSVUttO "CHE OUST WRUK -VNVW DON'T CHS. ORMV UP HER \WttVCH OWE OF US SHE VNAWTS To.SAPiRRV ·? V CRWT STRU. 'ROUND HERETO. NVGHT · m IN SftX. ROLLED- SOU XOV.O We. WftS ftU. SET THPfT I- VS ft FINE HOVJOV OO V, RADIO PATROL HERE'S THE. BO\, CHIEF ) I'll ASK *THE QUESTIONS. WHftT'S NOUR. NftME ** By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt- VfflWS THt MATTER. WITH PAT? NAMES] ^~1 · ^^1 ^/|P P1NKV. THE DOG'S NRME IS IRISH AND THE B16 REDHEftD 15 THftT GRftNDSTWtDING SERSEANT- OF TOE OTY RftDlO PfMROL I TOOUSHT VS. IQOKEO FftMlUAR - I'VE SEEN POURES ... THE PftPERS JUST KIDS Apple Pie's n Swell Appetizer, By Ad Carter MOM-WOW ^ SOON IS J DINNER?/ MOM-COULD X I JUST RUN CVER) TO POTSas ' MOU2 FOR A MINUTE? THE DOUANS ARE HAVING DINNER EARLV TONISHT-- I THOUSHTT I MI6HT SET THERE KT DESSERT- TIME REASON-MOM MUGGS McGiNNIS By Wally Bishop \FTHE. eeppER FAILS:.: TWEKl NWE.'U_ TAKE. tO HIAA....ORMAW 3OIKSG WITH RMIUELAMDERTO WELP MAKE TUE "MECUAMlCAt- HIS AJJO W1KJ A HUMORED / Wl.GAMG!!\W4AR WEV.U. WE'RE «sotW' PEPPER OM TIME Axlb ·££'£ \F 'T MAKE AM osU! WIF ' VA? m.DIKl' -VtoMEY, M"3EF 5! TIM TYLER'S LUCK TJic Children's Hoar. By Lym Young CIQWN CU3WOVCRASHE3 DOWN THE RAt)t«. CABIN - = ! - · · CUT OUT THE ENTERTAINMENT; CLOWN-WEVESOT THE HORSES OUT OFTHE. BARN AND RIOE OFF WITH 'EM-- BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave OUR COOS1SS, UKCLH ', HAS COME. HOME AT ! AMD MO'M ^H YOO OON'T t VT! HE'S V\E«E iKJ DE HOOSE.P-OH, "BOV. 1 TO;. Kin; Tanrn Sj-nJiaK. I n - ' V W I J n'clif .TOO AMO -SINKER.' 'HE'S oe

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