The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1939 · Page 9
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February 8, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY S, 193S. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB. PA. The Daily Courier Pattern SOFT NEW SHIRTWAIST DRESS PATTERN 9981. Young, graceful, "soft" in feeling --this new shirtwaist dress promises to have a big future as a spring-into- summer style. ' Picture it almos anywhere! Why not run it up In stripes, now so popular? Indeed though, any becoming printed o monotone crepe would be highly suitable lor Pattern 9981! Look The bodice boasts action-gathers belt in by smart -yokes both back anc front and a front-closing that's grand for preventing . hair-mussing. Thi Sew Chart that Marian Martin in eludes with her pattern gives splendid counsel about the making! Pattern 9981 may be ordered'only in misses' and women's sizes 12, 10, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40 Size 16 requires 3% yards 35 inri fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coin; for this MAHIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDHESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Order the MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN - BOOK ot latest Spring Fashions, and KNOW that you sewing program is off to a fine start You'll be thrilled with the numbe and variety o£ patterns, including S! .for misses, 17 for junior misses, 1 for matrons, 19 for children.. Sue* lovely things--showing it's a season for Color and Prints, for Basi Frocks and Budget Wardrobes! Se easy-to-sew styles' for" graduates ·weddings, dances and boat trips.; See too, plenty o£ everyday : and 'rtay home clothes! ~BOOK'--FIFTEEtv CENTS. PATTERN - FIETEEI* CENTS. BOOK- AND'-PATTERIv TOGETHER TWENTY'-- F I V E CENTS. ,, ; . - , · , : . · : : . : . . Send your -.orSer - to; .The'TJailj Courier Pattern Department, :232' "W 18th St., New York, N. Y. 're Telling Me\ Ej BILL BEAUCHER 1 The last two one-round, victories cf Joe Louis are easily explained. He doesn't want to be invastigated :by the wages and hours administration, j · FUR-BEARING FISH HAVE BEEN FOUND IN. COLORADO. WE'LL WAGER THAT FRIEND HUSBAND, AS USUAL, IS THE POOR FISH. * .* ' * In Zanzibar, moles do all the domestic work, including laundry and nursery jobs. A country apparently without any of the benefits of civili- sation. * . # * Mussolini ,saya democracies are. too stupid to be dangerous, You have to be smart, I ffueas, to bo dangerous. The loan business should show a seasonal increase in March. Nothing like the income tax to stimulate borrowing. » » * TODAY'S MODE2N PROVERB: It's more profitable in tha long run to bury the hatchet than to Us a trench. DEAR. NOAH--WOUL-D YOU BE. IN A TIGHT PLACE IF YOU V/E^lT INTO A SCOTCH BANK. TO BOR.ROW /YONE.V 7 KAKIVJNSTOM AM CH. DEAR. NOAH- IF MY SHELUF WSRJS. SHOUI-O i PUT DRESS5ING ON )T "? , . O. L.ANE.Y / N.C. JO!; PALOOKA The Deal Is Closed. By Ham Fisher f NO KID. THANK HEAVENS ITA1NT. THAT. WE BEEN FPERED FIGHT/ WE SURE N THE MONEY, WE'RE ON T VERGE A BAN-KRUPS IT'S A GODSEND IN , MORE WAYS THAN ONE. rc T»THINK THEM PEOPLE IN RIO OANEERQ KNOW ABOUT MY DISGRACE AN' DON'T BEUEVE . OH KNOBBY-?,v GULPS:-' D'YA M-MEAN OUR NAMES IS CLEARED? I'LL SAY. AN' T. CAN'T TELL YA HOW SRATEFUL I AM» MR.MART1NAS. E/7 WAIT'LU ^ THEN EET EES SETTLED, EH? HAPPENED// BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Tlio Hand of Fate. By Billy DeBeck QOOOV "QOOON GOOGLS WELL -· OS V. 1 ftNH R Mfttt OF OESTlMX V. T0\-0 SOUR OEBR 0\-0 RMD TWRT DON'T 8E SO OREPTOFUUN XOU SlUN RU-'-MOWRE HH N\R.ROU£M TOU5 ME PAX NVE" IN BORNEO NttJSY HRVJE . SO THRILLING ·- VT WRS TttE OF RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt. SltPPING imo CftR /MIKE RACES COWN THE MftW STREET IN (HN APPftllENTLY Copr. IPJ9. King Fcuura Syndiate. IBC, WcriJ e rtjerrti DESIROUS OF TALKING NITH MIKE HITS UPON ftN IDEft TO SCT IHTO CELL THE POUCE STftTION JUST KIDS Tlie Books .Don't Tally! By Ad Garter WELL-SHE WANTS A BUTLER-A MAJDA LAUNDRESS-A CHAUFFEUR-A VILLA ON THE MEDITERRANEAN WITH LOTS OF SERVANTS-MOW MUCH WILL THAT COST?--AND A YACHT? ROUSHLY-YOU SHOULD SET SYON E1SHT THOUSAND A WEEK HOW MUCH WILL I MAKE WHEN I SET BIS AN' SO j TO WORK? POP-WHEN I SET BIS 1 s x SOIN TO MARRY J ( WELL? J TWENTY-FIVE TO THIRTY MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK "last One Buck- Is o Tramp!" By Lym Young XT HEY* WKATS GOIM' OU IM HERE? WHATS ALL THE SHOUTIM 1 FDR...HA9 EFFIE MADE THE MECHANICAL MAW LAUGH OR SOVKTHHJ? WOH BJT SHE'S GOT EVERVBODV IU WE J STORE CRAZV WTM T HK JUG-BLOW U SHES PLAYIW THE OUIGK.U IVE AN IDEA'.! LOOK. 11 EVEN THE , CLERKS ARE DAWCIN IM THE AISLES ! DOMT TELL /VIE WAT'S RHUELAJJDER TTJUCIOM' .ALONG BEHIUD HEK HEV!! RHIMELANDERl! SNAP OUT OP IT I! I THOUGHT VDU WERE COM'TO HELP US U PRAISE ALLAH U AND A VEAHU SHES C5OT HIM UUDER. HER SPEU..TDDH SHES GOT 'EM ALL JIVE-HAPPY! KOMEf AM 5ET VCXJR TRUCK ». I SMILES Ccpr I9J9. Ktnc Feature! Syndicate, Inc-. World rifih CWAXSPLJD- \ I'LLSUPAWAY \ AGAIN AS'SEE VOL! ) AS SOON AS I CAN/ THE KID SOT AWAy WITH ONE OF OUR HORSES-IF I EVER LAV MV HANDS ON HIM, HE'LL PAY ' PLENTY WELL,HERE. I AM BACK AGAIN THE HORSE I-5AN AWAY WITH ME. BUT HE, DIDNT THROW ME -SOT SOME HARD WORK READY FOR ME TO DO? SET BUSY WATER ING THE STOCK TYLER GET BACK TO THE HORSE THIEVES'CORRAL QUICK,TIM. HERE ITS LUCKY FOR YOU YOU CAME BACK WITH THAT HORSE,KID.'. BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave BETw,voo'Re A PERFECT UVTLE. HOSTESS! vou've *=EO MH ^MO TREATED ME AS TUOOGH I · A PRINCE SiWOE WERE . YME AGWEEOtD HELP ·SPECK. MISLEAD ViGSTER. \_\VCS TW£cr, vAO-w TMe. GOT ,T IT TWROOGH. I'UL. W.EL.P SET THE GIME HIM

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