The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 2, 1939 · Page 9
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February 2, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 2, 1939
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, 1 JSBKUARY 2, 19d9 TIITS DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE PA PAGE NINE The Dally Courier Pattern EASILY-MADE HOUSEWEAR "STAR" PATTERN 9974. Take your cue from this latest Mauan MjrUn at-home style, and make a Tulip Dress for yourself Flower appliques ait a new trend in trimmings -- und so timely too "with Spring getting fedy to blossom forth in a few weeks' You'll love the manner in uhich the laiger tulip forms a pocket, and the two ways that buttons may accent the sofl tucks at the shoulders And. you'll .adore both vsislohs of the square pecKlinei Observe that Instead of tucks above and below the slim girdle-band you may have soft gathers And you may have the cap elceves closed or open at top' Pattern 9974 may be ordered only in misses' and women's sizes 32, 14. IS, 18, SO, 30, 32, 34, 3ff, 38 and 40 Size IS requires 3 5-8 yards 35 iiuh fabric, 1-8 yard contrast and 2% yards ruffling Send FXTTaEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER Send lor YOUR new MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK OF SPRING STYLES . . and enjoy sewing for yourself and your family! See more than 100 beautifully illustrated patteins, easily stitched up at home Included are 39 patterns for misses, 17 foi junior misses, 17 for matrons, and 19 for children. Head up on Prints, Trends in Color, Budget Tips, Suit Accessories 1 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 J8th St, New York, N Y. You're Telling Mel By BILL BRAUCHER 1 Isa Miranda, new darling of Hollywood, says, "IJ you get to relaxing too much yon cannot accomplish anything " Isa must have been watching some cf tbc directors. * * * WE HAVE JUST MADE UF OUR MINDS WHAT ROLE WE'D PREFER IN CASE OF WAR, WE'D LIKE TO BE THE FOR GOTTEN MAN # * * A Gerrnin chemist h»S succeeded in making wood edible. You cai appreciate what wonderful BO complishment that Is if you evej have bitten into a night club sand TV ch We'd think a whole lot more of Professor E:nfttam if he eoutd fftfi« M a practical plan to ftutfce dttr Fwrnacs work. * * * Our suggestion for ttio Nobel fic- hon prize in 103D is tho Japanese Interpretation of international law. * * * Possibly that heavyweight championship fight between Joe Louis mid John Henry Louis is a conspiracy against radio announcers. DEAR. NOAH --IF i PAVJNE.D AVf CUOCK, \NOUL-D IT CHANC3E. HANDS " MRS /Yi D DUAMEL AKKONI^ CONMl NOAM"SHOUL.D A "ll-EL NA1US TH6iJi5. ALPMABETICAL- aoriM TMLRDcre. OE^AR. NOAH" IF A SOL.FER. COUNTS AL-L. THE TEES ON THE! CQUSiSE^, IS HC. JOE PALOOKA Me. By Ham Fisher p HAVE RODNfeY AND HIS MANAGER COME IN YET X HAVEN'T SEEN THEM, NAT. 1 SAW THEM GO OUT ABOUT 7 30 TO- ,-1 NIGHT. THEY SAID ^ THEY WERE SO1N6 OVER TO PALOOKA'S FOR SOME LAUGHS. YES T SAW THEM* SIR. THEY CAME 1N ABOUT ELEVEN. MR. RODNEY WAS EXPECT-1 INS A TELE6RAM. THEY'RE. LEAVIN' TON16HT T'VISVT MR. RODNEY'S SWELL,//BOTH MR. RODNEY AN' HIS MANAGER SURE AR£ ~ SPIFF V DRESSERS. NO-NO X v MEAN DID THEY LOOK AS THO' THEY WERE IN A FIGHT? WERE THEY MESSED UP ANY BE CAB HAW/ HAW/ 'SCUSE ME,SIR BUT THAT'SJSILLY. WHO'D FIG' WITH RED RODNEY SO THEY CAME BACK PROM PALOOKA'S AND SHOWEO NO SIGNS OF A FIGHT-- BARNEY GOOGLE. and SNUFFY SMITH B a i n o j Has n Kelnpse. By Billy DeBeck RWO 00 SOU.SERWWO GOOGLE TP.HC "W\S VJOff\Pi«i TO 8E LPI\WFUL vrcooeo W MY SVW6 W.GWC TOOVTO of DOWT KEEP OUT TOO LONG GOOGLt ^A\GHT TO GO OUT W\S5U5 GQOSLE" KJJH Puturei Syndicate. Irtc^ WotU nitht* RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt JUST KIDS That Tnfces tho Cake. By Ad Carter WHY, PINKY Jj THE BUSTER./ GEE, I STEP GROUND THE CORNER. WIH ME f\ND TLU.ME ftlLYOU KNOW OUT O? JAIL. HE'S \N THERE. HE KNOCKED OUT FEUOW WHO WAS GOING TO KNIFE HIM W40 NOW TWEY SftY PftT MURDERED GET PftT DOT ? OUT OF WHAT PINKY RElftTES TO BUSTER" THE EVENTS 6lftD TO SEE YOU. WHftT YOU OCTNS HERE? ORDERED TO LEftVE THE POUCE STffilON, PINKY REhCHiS THE STRE.ET TO PftTS ARREST . [ SR^M PA.-LE TS NOT \BE PENNY-WISE AN' POUND-FOOLISH-IM SODA-THIRSTY MOM --I MADE UP MY MND THAT WHEN I SET BIS IU. BE A MA61CIAN- I'LL TAKE A H SH SlLK HAT "ABA KA-DASRA" AN THEN I 'ABA-KA DABRA" AGAIN AN 1 UP COMES A BRAN-NEW SOLID S'LK DRESS FOR YOU STOW WE'LL SO INTO THE KITCHEN AND ILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT WHOT J SET OUT OP ,' WELL-YOU WNALIV (VESM } MUGGS McGiNNIS By Wally Bishop Copr 1S3S funs FiatiiA Syndic!^, Ine WcrH TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tim Wltli n Trick tip His SIccie. 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