The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1939 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 31, 1939
Page 11
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 33, 1933. ·ri-lli' I J A I L Y O O U K I E R , CONNBLLSVIIjUK, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern BIG AND LITTLE APPLE" OUTFIT! PATTERN 9973. Spring excitement is caught in this princess type bolero-ensemble with its matching cap . . . . a new Marian Martin idea that juniors o: 8 to 14 will hail with joy! It's perfectly suited to every classroom or party occasion. And, besides, it's very simple to make . . . so simple that ambitious youngsters who can sew well will war.t to get busy a' once! Both mothers and daughter: ·will fall in love with the difleren contrast effects possible--and with the cute Apple Appliques. The Sev Chart of Pattern 9973 shows hov easy it is to have either the collar or lapel neckline--both so winsome! Pattern 9973 may be ordered only in girls' sizes 6, B, 10, 12 and 14. Size 3.0, entire ensemble, requires S 3 ,: .yards 35 inch fabric, and hat and apples, 3-8 yard contrast. ' Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coin: for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to wvite plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Send for YOUR new MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK OP SPRING STYLES .. . and enjoy sewing for yourself and your family See more than 100 beautifully illustrated patterns, easily stitched up a home. Included are 39 patterns fo: misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 fo matrons, and 19 'or children. Read up on Prints, Trends in Color, Budge Tips, Suit Accessories! Discover new ideas in Wedding Gowns, Graduation Modes, Cruise Togs, Day and Dance Frocks! Order today! BOOK FIF TEEN 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 Me \ L_By BILL BRAUCHEB J. Bob Feller, Cleveland pitcher who set a new record by giving 208 bases on balls last season, was arrested ·gain for speeding tho other day in. Florida. Apparently the young man has no more control of his foot than of his arm. * * . * Tha man at the next desk asks if long- practice of the gtose step tends to change men into geese. * * * With *. shortage of doctors, Germany has shortened the medical col* lege course from four years to two, The idea seems to be more doctors who know less. None of the Cubs is a. holdout, yw tndtrstand. Guess they did their loldinff out last year dtirinff the forld series. * * /* A neto model tractor km a cigaret tighter, radio, glove compartment ind rear tneioii mirror. And the mortgage. * * * We are nofc among: those greatly worried fay a threatened strike of radio comedians. We happen to have in old copy of Joe Miller's joke book. DEAR;. NOAH ·= HOW CAN CARO SHARK PUAV A JARE. SAME. ON A EOOND -WBUE. ~ DUL-UTH.JWNN. CONFEDERATE. SOl-DIER. OtSSSV l(= HE. 'WERE. CMJSHT IN A UNION SUIT! * *KUMg FAH * DEAR. NOAH SENTtMEWAL, TTTHESlRTcSAME: -jg»« JOE/ PALOOKA Keei O u t n Sight. By Ham Fisher WHAT'SA MATTER N WITH YA? I WANT SOME REST/' T DON'T FEEL GOOD. SO WE LOCK OURSELVES IN.SO WHAT// 50 THE BELL-BOYS AN' EV'RYBUDDY SEES US GO IN--AN' THE REPORTERS QUESTION THEM AN' THERE WAIT A MINUTE, STUPID WE At NT SOIN 1 IN. OUR HOTEL ,, T'NITE.^ WE PON'T T'UEAVE THE ROOM.WE K\N HAVE OUR MEALS SENT UP. I WANT ,, WE'RE STAYIN' OVER IN JERSEY i CITY PER A COUPLA DAYS AT MY BROTHER'S HOUSE. OVER IN THAT JOINT OP HIS ? YOU'RE NUTS// A1MT G01N'/ USSEN STUPID WOULD YA LIKE T'HAVE THEM NOSY REPORTERS DROP IN ON US WITH OUR BLACK EYES AN' BRUISES-- BARNEY GOOGLE nnd SNUFFY SMITH A Kim for the Xmiey. By Billy DcBcck VJHffT 1 NiERN TO UH-- M\SS OVU.V · VET'S TRV \T NOVN , THEM ,=NUVW" SOU SO tHPPC'S THE OF Pi GROQtA CONvt V« 6UT--VW SURE VOU'LL R WONOERFUL WUSBRNO -- SHE KNOWS RBOUT · 5,000 VW SUPPOSED TO GET ? OUT fOR ME i. Copr. J939,-Rinc Feituia Svr.diot*. In=.. World rijln RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt LISTEN, DON'T ACT DUMB WITH I KNOW YOU'RE A PERSQNM. FRIEND Of WE DISTRICT ATTORNEY. YOU'RE WORKING FOR. HIM , AREN'T tOD ? CHIEF, WDDLES. KID ftN'f MIXED UP IN T1)5 ftt^JD SO SAUY'S BEEN TIPPING THE KID OFF TO SOMETHING ftND YOU DiDH'T Ml TO HEftR. \\ SftllY IS CONCESSION CHftRLIE'5 GIRL. IF SHE'S MIXED UP IN IT, I'VE GOT HUNCH YDU'RE PROBING DOWN HERE DONT KNOW MUCH ftOUT SftUX JUST KIDS Tlmt's a Pretty Striped "I'erspircr" He's IVcaring! By Ad Carter IT'S THE N DUCHES5 1 ME-I DO NOTHlN' /BO AHEAD-SIX-FOOT -V IN AS FEW WORDS AS POSSIBLE HER DOS-SWENDOLYN-UPS AN 1 RUNSN OUT AN' I UPS AN' RUNS AFTER HIM AN' HE UPS AN' KEEPS RUNNIN'-- I CHASES HIM AROUND FOUR BLOCKS AN' I NABS HIM" I GETS HOME AN I'M SWFATIN AM THE DUCHESS TELLS ME AIN'T SWEATIN' AN ME SWEATIN' MY BEST! I N - ) L^ 1 OH-WELL-I AINT ALLOWED TO SWEAT-'CAUSE IT AINT PERLITE-ALL I'M " ' TO DO IS PERSPIRE : THE DUCHESS IS, TERRIFIC' r v,- ·*,, ) *,** ~ Copt WJ9 Kin* F«eu S^nAm* la VvoiM nchu I MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop HERE is cu2 2 vvCuLD SOU LIKE (JS TO HELP XX» VOUE CHEOcBOOi;? Copr. ISIS. Bug Patimj SyndidK. Inc., Wotid rishu merrol TIM TYLER'S LUCK Without Pennuts and Pink Lemonade. By Lym Young ED BE IN OUR HORSES V ANICEFIXJF WILLBESAFE ONE OF THE HEHE,SPUD 1 HORSETHIEVES FOUND 'EM WE1LGETTHE LAY OF THE LAND, BEFORE WE DECIDE WHAT TO OO.TIM UOOK.SPUO/ THERE'S THE WHOLE OUTFIT-- STOLEN HORSES AND ALL/ ANDTHEREfe .a.owoy,THE LEADER, DOING SOME ACROBATIC CLOWNING I HOPE I'LL SET MV OLD HORSE.SINSER, BACK AGAIN BIG SISTER By Les Forgrere ew'. YEW 1 .1 BUT SSiHO IS ME? ' UOMS H^S STAVINS YOU MO AWT TO MORfe YOO'L-L.

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