The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1938 · Page 7
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January 22, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVH..L.B, PA. PAGE SEVEN. t - The Daily Courier Pattern-:-: Nipped-in ' Waist 1 Adds Style to Marian Martin Around PATTERN' 0606. Be silhouette perfect even if you ·re only working around the house . . . here's how! Buy Pattern 8608 and make this very pretty frock . it's especially flattering to the matronly figure and one of the easiest to make you've ever seen. Omit the rick-rack if you want a dress that's as simple as a nurse's uniform. Make jt up in all kinds of fabrics ... big splashy prints if you're not reallj stout and small scattered florals i you need all the slimming you can get. ,Sohd colors, of course, arc always good. Lovely in spun rayon or shantung. And don't overlook th rtipped-in waistline ... it's an especially flattering detail. Completi Marian Martm Diagrammed Sew Chart included. Pattern OBOG may be ordered only in women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 44 and 46. Size 36 requires 4% yards 36 inch fabric and 3% yards rickrack. Send FIFTEEN CENTS Jn coins or «tamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Bo sun to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Marian Martin's NEW SPRING PATTERN BOOK IS READY FOR YOU . . . ORDER IT TODAY! Brimful of NEW FASHION THRILLS! career clothes, party clothes, everyday clothes, lovely graduation styles ... and a glorious trousseau for the Spring Bride . . . plenty of things for everyone from baby to grandmother All casy-to-follow patterns that make home sewing a delight. ORDER TODAY. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS.. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courier Pattern Department, 2J2 W. 18th St. New York, N. Y. If lt'» true that single men dont tell as many fibs aa married men It'* only 'cause they ain't asked a* many questions. Kfnda looks at tf th* Uabor Relation* Board was cut on tb' bias. DEAR MOAH= \NANTG.t A VJIFG, \wouu MRS A.T MANDCJ.//M. MINNEAPoUS, MINN/ DEAR NOAM--· BlttUS MY COTTAQB 8V TMB SEA, SHouuO t USE ' JOE PALOOKA May I Ask A Favor. By Ham Fisher NO T^ANKS.JOE. I CAN 5BT AU.ONS THAT WAt SWELL Of? YOU THO'. 5EE I'M PROMOTIN' FIGHTS UP IN SEATTLE--REMEMBER I HAD THE CUUB BACK ·VOU STILL ARE, JOEV--TO ME.SAV THAT'S SURE TOUGH LIKES/ WISH COULD HELP YOU. BEEN HAVIN' TOUSH SUEPDIN' MYSELF. SEE I'M, SORP.Y T'HEAR THAT. KIN. I MEBBE-E-5CUSE ME-"BUT VVOULD YOUSE NEED A LIU LOAN? I GOT PLENTY MONEY. t DINT WANTA -TALK---- BUT YOUSE AST ME-AN' AFTER ALL 'I'VE KNOWED YOUS1S. SINCE I'M A KIP. "OH YES.POP TOOK ME T'SEE A COUPLE FIGHTS THERE I DINT CARE FER'EM-- X RILLY DON'T LIKE FISHTIN'EXCEPTIN' IN SELF DIPEMST. CTOE.YOU AN' YOU w ALONE COULD tO ME THE GREATEST FAVOR'IN THE WORLD GO AHEAD, MR.DWIGBY GEE X WISH I HAD THE NERVE TO ASK YOU SOMETHIN THERB'S NO USE. ORe, you SOT TEIUV. VARMINTS TW C.RVTTER we -VIMS- LY. PULL OOT TO GWE HOMEY-POT w*s* VX'S TO CONVINCE THftT vNe GOT ~CH' sooos- BARNEY GOOGLE An OfficIiU Call! By Billy DcBeck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt TKEPUWE. MOORED, Pftl UfiDS THE \NIXY THROUSH THE BRUSH TO THE NEXT JUST ONE MORE JOB .SUCK. LET'S TRY ONE OF 1HOSE URGS UP OWER IN MOMEMS "SUCKS THEY'RE VEPWING / I ^ I VET'S JSCT_6ACK .TO JUST KIDS The Penalty of Indecision. By Ad Carter YES'M*- t GOT TROUBLES I OONT KNOW I'M HUNGRY OR THIRSTY THE TROUBLE WITH YOU\YOUNS MAN-IS THAT YOU HAVE" 1 TIME ON YOUR HANDS,.GO DOWN-STAIRS AND SWEEP UP THE CELLAR MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Traitor In the Enemy Camp. By Lym Young irWERE SHGCOAAES !'. KSOW POUR TUE. OKi TtttCK ... Kl'SS HER HAMb SET" JTv feAaj | ^AH'.SCODAVSRNIMG,) ( , , 1 ycc; U «cun tr /r(Je II Umu/ ** /^ /\M. 7C^ .. MUGGS'... 'S /" 3lVE H» 1) THIS eteiM' irtsurre. A/ TW.E !! TO EPPIE noesMT A TOO AA\AZED SEEM T BE WbRWM .S. AT OS TO Too T6o CHACJ/AIKlG,.!.' os OP verv. THAT «E.TS SOAT « -SHE, WEAR LY BLEW UP THE. UA3T TIME WE -'lTS HATKOLMAM X SOT TAPPER AMD SfiT. ,3ENKS DOWN VrtTU THE ACHA" DRUS,BUTIT DIDN'T WORK ON CAPTAtH CXARK TWITCMIES BCMB PIHISWEDCUARK -WHEN IT BLEW UP MLJRDOOOHUT KLoss/rrs ABOUT TUB CAPTAIH,BUT HE LOOKS LIKE AM IVOBV PATROI-MAH -I'LL WAIT TILL Ug RIDES CLOSER WAS LVIMG UNCONSCIOUS IN TUE IHP1RMARY AT HEADQUARTERS STILL AVMITS THE I7ETURNOF CAPTAIN HEAR THE RUIN OP MURDOCkS BIG SISTER By Lcs Forgrave ·so voaue COIN' "TO LET Me COfvre SeST VSGCHM'TO - 7 GOOD A-5 A SORT OP PROTECTOR. COCO POCO AKi' CROEU P6R. ON3E 'IMG. , ii f ~. kino ttAiorts svr

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