The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 24, 1938
Page 9
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MOM: 'NDAY, JANUATtY 24, 1D3S.' THE DAILY .COURIER, CONNELLSVIIjLE, PA "·PAGBNINB "\ The Daily Courier Pattern Becoming Marian Mar tin Frock Easy-to Make .... Easy to Launder '. PATTERN 9612. Perfect simplicity and neat, attractive lines make this dress tram Pattern 8612 one ol the "best" lor indoor, .wear. It's .ever so easy to make, yet keeps your, figure looking olim and trim. The yoke and sleeves ore cut in one piece and form a nice ·well-set shoulder line.' Tucks at tho ·waist in front and back' shape the dress and the belt from each side front keeps it smooth. Crisp ruffles or ric-rac on-the yoke and pockets serve as an cflective finish; ·· Both may be omitted for greater simplicity. A perfect style for cheerful cotton prints and also suitable in wash silk for more important occasions Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart is included to help you efficiently. Pattern 9612 may be ordered onl; In misses* and women's sizes 14, 16 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. 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I'LUCUtAB LOOK,POT-' **' ':\ HE'S -COMING RIGHT ftT US: JUST KIDS Tho Cnro for a Broken Heart. Ad By Carter MISTER BRANNER DO PEOPLE DIE FROM BROKEN HEARTS?' MAYBE YES- AN' MAYBE Cbpr. 197 KMf fulwd SrndiciK, IfM^ Wartd H^Sa rmrvrd. MARJ'RY JONES JUST TURNED ME DOWN AGAIN SO I'LL PROB'LY DIE OP A BROKEN HEART OH|MY-OH, MY-AND OH/MY! " f i THINK VLL eo 1 HOME-IT'S NEAR; "O ^ SUPPER-TIME AN 1 I'MHUNQRY. MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK A. Patrolman . leaves His Fpsf-. By ; Lym Young BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave !... BUT WMT 'TIU SV»E TUMBLES To THE PACT THAT SHE IS BEIM' KibDEO COME OM 1 . WE'U-TAKE THESE. FLOWERS 0/6.RTO sivs HER SOME. SOFT SOAPJlf KAO sense. OKI BEIW ROUTE EtrFIE.... IT ISMV ' TO /AAKE, ...SUE'S LOVE IT !! BUTTAJ-l-FLYS BUT I CONi'T THiUK THIS IDEA, is THEN CLARK HAD DISCOVERED THAT TAPPER VWiS IMPERSONATING PATROLMAN MURDOCK.' VES^BUrt WHEN CLARK. «OUSAVNOU -f WHAT'S LOST THETVJO VIALS \ IT TOVOU/CUT OUT THE OFTUE"MACWA"DRU3 \ HOW I [' SQUABBLING LOST "EM, NORTON iFCAPT CLARK KMEW HAD LEFT MM WDIHQ-PUACE TO R3LLOW KLOSS PEt ·-HEUU3-. LOOKS LIKE AS 1 WAS SAY1MG, CHIEF, WHEHI REGAINED CONSCIOUSNESS AMD SKIPPED FROM IVORY WCTROL HDQS./ I NOTICED SSt GATES AND OUR MAH/ STILL UKDER THE INFLUEHCE. RDDETO MURDOCH'S UUT TO 1HVESTIGATE HE WAS KILLED BY OUR BOMB -- THAT LEAVES THE PATROL. FROMTHE. SECRET COMPARTMENT IN YOUR KLOSS? A CAVE'EMTKAWCE BUTT -mppe/rs BEARD WASMtSSIHG DSTS EASX BUT PEEPttO M «r'-pe A.ti' VO NNA.VTCME GET OUT O' o* DE ROAD!.' :! G\TpUTAt O(il/ MJAW VOO TO BE seew B^ \MB TO oo 8V~04lS BOT SOMSBODV WVS, pWMCi « OOR \N£*Y I S OAT TtJ OO ASSV PEKTECTlKJ? D\S noose. AT MIGHTS'. NNHO L.e'T,Me'oo.d/9srl ! THIS WOOSE ACT t-iVGMTS 1 .

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