The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 26, 1938
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 20, IMS: . I . THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSVIMiE, PA. PAGE ELEVEN The Daily Courier Pattern K OH SO YOU'RE ON THEIR SIPE« WELL r ME/AN IN THAT CASE -- NO GOSH NO HONEY- I O-1ST THO'T IT MIOHT BE BETTER T'SORTA MEPlATATEvGIT T'GETHER KNOW:", * X WILL NOT . DEF-IN-ATEL.Y/ THEY CAN'T TREAT A STAR THAT WAY. PO YOU SEE ? £ I'M SOINS TO MAKE THEM SORRY THEY DID WHAT THEY DIP. I I'M 60ING TO SUE THEM FOR PEFUAMATIQH OF CHARACTER OR 1.IKE THAT; MEAN WHAT WOULD A SWEET KID BE WANTIN' WITH A MOUTH- . NOW LOOK, HONEY. I DON'T THINK FROM WHAT YOU'VE. TOU.E ME THAT YA OUSHTA PO THAT r WANT YOU TO TAKE ME TO A LAWYER r JOE PALOOKA By Ham Fisher ,GaoSU=, \T' t =eo UP NE. CPi-RWXVN" OM uvte «x ou V.F- ve QUTTON UP VORB UP UE.T MS GO TO - SWOW, GOOGUEJ -- ftLU .otws- JES TH' WORVJ GO BARNEY GOOGLE MBS us VX"S 30 TW At ThuJ, Js "Cowed." By Billy DeBeck IOOK. IS KNOCKED COLO YEftH. I GUESS HE VMftCKEO HIS" HOfiStti THE 6RWCHES BREflK THE FftlV. ftND THE PlftNE INTO 5W GROUND I'M M.I RIGHT. JUST SH(\KEN UP. GEE, PW STRPK3HTO5 our THE PLftNE IN TIME TO wraio HEftO-ON CRfSSH, BUT SOON ENOUGH TOO-EftR. THE TRIE-TOPS RADIO PATROL Make Play or Party Frock From One Marian Martin Design PATTERN 9614. It's a lucky little girl whoso mother turns her out to play in this pert frock made of bright gingham or print! And wiso mother knows that this same Pattern 8614, will make a bewitching party frock in organdie, dotted swiss or sprigged cotton. Those curved.princess lines arc so becoming and give the dress a fitted look without hampering the child at all. For play spruce up the yoke with bright, Jittle buttons arid be sure to odd the puffed sleeves and demure little collar. But for party wear, leave off the collar, trim the yoke with ribbon bows and emphasize the princess lines and buttcvfly sleeves with dainty lace. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart is included to help you evc^T step of the way. Pattern 8614 may be ordered only in children's sizes 2, 4; 8, 8 and 10. Size 6, view A requires 2% yards 30 inch; view's, 2 3-8 yards 36 Inch and 4 yards ruffling. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Marian Martin's NEW SPRING PATTERN BOOK IS R3ADY FOR YOU ;·;-. ORDER IT TODAY1 Brimful of NEW FASHION THRILLS! .. career clothes, party elo'lics, everyday clothes, lovely graduation styles . . . and a glorious trousseau for the Spring Bride ... plenty of things for everyone from baby to grandmother. All easy-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, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt .You don't have f b« · orent m»« V leave your mark--In a bathtub. .Common *on» ain't ai common a tt uied t' be. OEAfs HOAH VOHEM 5oGS Uf WHY DOES T HIM So i-ewT \NM' PITTS, SOMERVIl.».H,N. 1 3' DEAW NOAH--WAS TH«T PICTURE HUISS BECAUSE irmee. NEW MAM- TOLEDO,, o. DEAR NOAH-- VJHCN THE \WAVtri POUND UPON THE JUST KIDS CompletcJr Outclassed! By Ad Carter HUMPTY OUMPTY WASNT CRAIY^V GRAN'PA.-BUT HE WAS A LITTLE) BIT CRACKED ABOUT, IJES'TALKED TO THE GIRUTHAT MOVED IN NEXT DOOR AN' SHE BRAGGED HER AUNT UDU'S OPERATION SO I TOLD HER A THING OR TWO ABOUT MY AUNT SUSIE DON'T INTERRUPT ME-SO I TOUO HER ABOUT UNCLE TOM'S RHEUMATISM AN' AUNT CLARA'S DYSPEPSIA AN 1 THE HEADACHES MY MOTHER , HAS AN' MY FATHER'S ^ ^ LUMBAGO-WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS7-AND tt TOLD HER ABOUT MY UNCLE JIM'S INQROWIN' TOENAILS MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tim Reviews the Passing Parade. By Lym Young BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave tU TAKE THE ·SICseW/AUCS TU- GET THE FEKlCS 'A -V Mow ee. su(2£ y*. co A QOOCS JOB!! we've GOT TO GET THIS STUFF ALL OFF 1! COWS. OKI'. HURR/ UP!'. IF W6 DoMT i- HEYr. KEEP GOlM 1 » we'cse JOST ABOUT THE IDEA. OF THE ABLE Tt Wouo ME HEAP UP WRfOMG .THAT I'M JOS' · PER A QAU -4 MAMED, EFFIE COPYRIGHT. IW9, KING FCATUXU JYNDlCATC. Ine MARCHIHS DOWN DE BOHAQATRAIU SHALL BE WELL HOK5E5 KE(aO»f 1EH-WETRSPUUUHG OUT1WAN HOUR TWOOAY «UH PROM WEAW WE!S KAO -we jrr-f ERS ESJES? ilMCE WE UNARMED tH W CO VCXO '5OPPOSE. HE OOOUD BE wrr rr, RiGWT ·SMA.CK. tWE M£M H^NESlT ©ESN CAOCl-TTver? GOU.EE NED 1 . S'FOSIMG SPECV V4AD A WANiO

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