The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 30, 1939 · Page 9
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January 30, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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MONDAY, JANUARY 30, i03S. THE'DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. PAGE NINE. The Daily Courier Pattern FESTIVE FROCK HERALDS SPRING PATTERN 9972. Of course you're looking for a new-style dress to make you ]oo"k your prettiest . . . and this is IT! There's such fresh, flowerlike smartness about Pattern ' 9972, enhancing the charm of every figure whether size 14 or 42. Ever sec a more flattering bodice? The added fulness is easily shirred below the shoulders and above the waist, in the most delightful effect imaginable. The sleeves too are chic, shirred up in a becoming curve -- whiie the flartfd skirt is Grace itself. Why not add clips or bows to tlie dainty neck? And why not change occasionally f ro n a self belt to a sash? Further good news -the making is very simple! Pattern 9372 may be ordered only in misses' and women's sizes 14, 1G, 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3 3-8 yards 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Bp 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 homo. Included are 39 pat;ems for 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. ,8th St., New York, N. Y. [You're "Telling Mel } __ By BILL BRADCHEB 1 Herr Funk ia assigned to "nazi- Jy" the Reichsbank. Kazincation is an involved process, but when thn bakeries in Germany were nazified recently, the idea seemed to be for the bakers to bake without dough. Catch on? * » * IN HEGARD TO THE WAVE OF WISECRACKS CONCERNING THE APPOINTMENT OF .FELIX F R A N K F U R T E R TO ·THE SUPREME COURT, WE HOPE THE WURST IS OVER. Germany may be planning inflation. In this respect it must be said that General Goering has kept in tempo with the expanding times. M W · A veteran of the Civil War, 101 years old, surprised onlookers at Old Forge, N. Y. by skidding down an Adirondack slope on skis. A man usually begins going downhill pretty fast at that age. * * · With the national debt marc than f40,000,000,000, wc'ro wondering ·why no one TO Washington hns thought of the idea of binyo parties "to cut it down. /JOAH MJMSKUU-. NOAH-IF YOU DREAV\ OF A BRACE. AND BIT. \WHAT DOES' IT AUSUR-"? H-C..UWHS DEAR NOAH-HOW HIGH SHOULD f\ SAF2DEN BE. TO XELEP "THE- SHOLJUD I ·US DPLT SFONSES IN A SPONSE; CAKEI "7 C.S.V«li-' T ON PtAIMPlCUP, N.X o T^C. -n^AtL ^O AM.lt, AUi- tOUAA JOE PALOOKA Shut Yer M o u t h . 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NOW 1 THINK I'LL SET . AN ALL- CAY IS ~X SUCKER YOUNG MAN-DID I I WAS ARSUIN6 WITH MVSELF AS TO WHETHER I SHOULD BUY THRffi CENTS' WORTH OP SUM- DROPS OR NOT HOW CUD YOU MAKE OUT? WELL-IT WAS LIKE THIS HEAR YOU TALKING TO YOURSELF? MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop DOWT SEEM TO BE COiMG THE MAN"!; HAVE H!M LAUGH y £ r COULD SCO B^VOf? A\E WITW A UTTLE LQAM...JUST UtJTILI AMD WIN THAT HUNDREDy ._. . _^_. .,_. 7 DOLLARS ? I -SKK--i ^^ CON'T kr^SPlTt?s.ss, WIM... \\'HAT THEM? A DUMA/y IT WOM'TTAKE U BUT I CAM'T F=AIL» HE'S 1 HUMA.M!! SOOMEP OP LATEP. I'M BOOMD TO STRIKE SOV«E CHORD/ WITHIM HIM!! ME'LL HAVE TO RESFONJD.'.' ITS JUST A, /MATTER OP= T7ME S Ok 1 !! A DOLLAR THATI AWDE SELLIMG PAPERS!! DOM'T J- I'LL CO BETTEt? TMAM THAT" TO SHOW MY APPS'cC/ATJONJ t=OK\ VOUR BACWMG... I'M 6IVIW · VOLJ A MALF-IWrEREST IM MV PROJECT!! WHEW U W/M....VOLJLL GET HALF -. THANkSIj C50SH!! SOU'RE A :EAL TIM TYLER'S LUCK Clown Cloudy C o u n l s Heads. 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