The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 19, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 19, 1938
Page 11
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PAGE ELEVEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, Tne Daily Courier Pattern ' weu. OLP TIMER THAN K'YOUSE--! -z NEVER COULOA'DOME THAT SCENE WHY HE'S GONE SCREWY/ YA MEAN HE DID THAT JIST PER REVENGE IT'S ROTTEN OP MM--I-CAN'T FfGURE MM OUT ANY MORE. THAT WAS SIVELL. ANP THAT FINISHES A GREAT OTOB.1T IVAS /4 GREAT PLEASURE DIRECTING UH --YEAH SORE --WEfLL TEACH M WELL SHOULD , THINK SO / MEAN YOU'RE NOT GOING TO MAKE HIM -SWEAT THAT JOE, PALOOKA Slake Him Sweat By Ham Fisher vvie TO SEX tt* "THE VJRSH-ROCXA TANO HOURS DOOR. WCTH VOUR. PftSS BARNEY GOOGLE MftH GOODMESS OPiT'S DE L.WW-- Honey Tot's AH Washed Up. By Billy DcBcck Copt »S. Kin; Funia Smdiuu. Inc. VWKt'S THftT PlftNE DOING UP HERE THE.YRE. ON THKT ISVAND, PKT. I SEE A HOUSE. I GUtSS IT'S THEIR HIDEOUT/ AIL RIGHT VLU DROP \N ONE Of THOSE USV5LS FARTHER. ON BOY, AM I GIAO TO Stt THIS PUSCE MIGOSH .' XOU'OnrUJ'S GOttV RIGHT THINK. XOU WERE. \ H l OVER., SLKX THEONtf ONE. COUID fW PlftCtS RADIO PATROL IONS FINhU-Y COtAE TO THE LftKE. Versatile Marian Martin Jumper Invites a Variety of Blouses! PATTERN 9603 She's the "smartest eirl" in he; class, thanks to Marian Martin! Fo: this youngster has a fashion-wise mother who knows that there's nothing like a versatile juniper frock t keep Betty-Lou spic 'n' span! Practical as well as pretty is Pattern 9603 for in addition to being easy to make this jumper-model invites a mimbe of blouse versions. Make the Jump er of colorful cotton crash, with a contrasting blouse o£ pique--and yo' can be sure that your little girl wil look her best In Peter Pan collar puffy sleeves, and a jumper tha boasts a scallop-trim, bright buttons and pleated detail. Complete Dia granuncd Marian Martin Sew Chart is included to guide you. Pattern 9603 may be ordered only 5n children's sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 Size 6 jumper requires 1% yards 3 inch fabric and blouse, % yard 36 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins o stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MABIAN MARTIN pattern. Be suri to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Marian Martin's NEW SPRING PATTERN BOOK IS READY FOR YOU.. . ORDER IT TODAY! Brim' lul oi NEW FASHION THRItLS! . career clothes, party clothes, every day clothes, lovely graduation style ... and a glorious trousseau for th Spring Bride ... plenty of things fo everyone from baby to grandmother All easy-to-follow patterns that mak home sewing a delight. ORDER TO DAY. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEI* CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIF TEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PAT TERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courie Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St New York, N. Y. tsBS Eph W«tU tez a friend In need li whit all hit friends seem V be. Next thing th' politician* 'II be doln* U uln* th' newspapers for nonsupport. NO^H-tX3 THEI ia^NCTC THE TUNA FISH 7 r.iowA. DEAfa. NCV.H-IF VOU uee. TO ESCAPE AN ARJ2E1ST IN A BAKlSlCCi SHOP WOUUO THAT BS= A ot-ose. SH/WE.-? PEACH ;y%OMROt^ H C. DEAE. N C A H « = I P A CHEIFJS NAAMC. IS COOK, WOUl-0 HIS CHIUDRE^N Be a COOIC.glS ·? S.H.SUMON' By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt JUST KIDS Just An Empty Title. By Ad Carter I'LL BE BACK TOMORROW AT SIX AND WHILE !'M AWAY I WANT YOU TO BE HEAD OF THE MOM-POP JES' TOL.D ME THAT WHILE HE'S AWAY M THE HE'AD OF THE HOUSE AND NOW IS THE TIME FOR MY APPLE DUMPLINS TO SO TO BED MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tho Missing Patient. By Lym Young DEAF? iAty;.. J tOr?\ ·sweer uA.ty»A ) Me. '.I V -*^ LL..WWUT 1ST«IS / HAKiD-KlSSISl'6IZMess? I ...«TAM - BACK.!! ... AM'LL. AH ' VAWl. WUZ /MAC) AT ME!! OKl'vl«CH r ERAL 'BOUT TH6 HAJMT OU'RV -SEVsll PATROLMAN KUOSS MAS FTERA HURRIED SEARCH FOR DR.STOMP, SPUD RETURNS WITH HIM TO THE IVORY PATROU RECOVERED COHSaOUSNESS- E M HAMCaiHGABOUMO \ . FDEONEOFMV £ HERE FOR, STKAH6EI?) STRAYED CCWS X Vll^ " ^' --^S RWZDHER R WHERE IS WE? HIS CLOTUES ARE HE'S SWAPPED BIG SISTER U"^v1£? :SA Bc £r C 2£f °"' NELl.,IP VOOR V.EC ·STILL HLXZC5. VOOKAfly ·STAV A BIT UOMaeR. BUT ^ By Les Forgrave .Tcouua OSS' SAREO* WOBSL'S DOSNV4 OK4 Vt AND X VJVt' XT. VT'S 3OOO CROE.V.'. f-IO X SPOSBI GOT TO DO VJWVCT -SWB, SAYS. WAN'S

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