The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 27, 1938
Page 11
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THURSDAY,: JANUARY -27, 1938. THIS DAItiy COURIER, CONNBDLSYIKUE1, PA. VPAGE^IJKVEN The Daily Courier Pattern Larger Women "Go Places" Smartly in Marian Martin Jacket Frock PATTBRX 9615. This Jacket Frock Pattern 9815 is '« past-master in the ajrt oX flattery! Every detail and line has been .carefully calculated to bring out the best points oj your figure and to turn you out looking trim and tastefully dressed. You'll be delighted with the height-adding lines formed by ihe straight center panels and with the flattery of the soft bo wand v/ set yoke. Sows of tiny buttons on the yoke and at the waist are simple details that carry Important emphasis. The straight Tuxedo "lines o£ the jacket "smooth out" your figure and lend a smart tailored air. Wear this ·jacket frock for formal or informal daytime events. Make it yourself with the Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart which Is Included to guide you. Pattern 0615 may be ordered only in'women's'sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 5% yards 39 inch fabric for view A. 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 READY 'FOR YOU ... ORDER IT TODAY! Brlm- lul 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 CF.NTS. 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. Jcff MotU took hto boy, Pudgy, out V th f VfOod»htd th* other dfty t»r * little corrective bargalnln'. Life I* Jeit one big poker game ftr th* taxpayer--Jie'» *llu hivln* f ante., DE/M3. NOAH- DO TH MORE /VVODER.N RAii_e.o/xDS cxaess PDR. SUNDAY BV CHANSINS TIES 7 OP - IP A . WELNT F-lSHltMS ANO THS BOB INOICATEX SHE HAD A BITE., WOLH-JO THS. UNE. BE: BUSY v . M.R AACOOWO-U JOE PALOOKA There's OUier Iiinvycrs! By Ham Fisher BARNEY GOOGLE Bough Rldlug. By Billy DeBeck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt -f BUT MISS ALLURE '/ IF YOU .tVALKEP OUT IN THE MIDPLE OF A PICTURE r PIPN'T DO Any SUCH THING-IT WAS NEARLY FINISHED AMP I CERT'NliY HAP GOOD REASON ·*! MEAN YOU,'GAVE'V 'OH IZZAT THEM.A.PEfRFECr ·/ SO/ WELL OOT/CM /IF RAH? ^ THEREffl'.OTHER YOU HAVE i~r-f.CAWVERS.COME KNOBBY;'", YES HONEY/ rr POESN'T MATTER WHEN v _ _ ,, YOU WALKEP //WHAT? OUT-THE THING 'fx .MEAN IS THAT YOU il .AFTER VVMUKEP rlL ALL/ OUT; J YOU ABR06ATEP YOUR OWN CONTRACT MlSSvALLURE. :HE'S RIGH.T- HONEy. wow-ye .eoNNfc JASRR. *ws P.U- TtUS BUMP W Corr. 1011. Kinr Futuru imiialt. Inc.. World taiko WEU., THERE « 15. NOW r HOW DOVJEf GET TO \T ? J JUST HWE 8} IGNORE THE GOOF, Pmx. GO BXK Tflt p\.(\t*E AHD GET THE EMERGEHCf ftND VJEU-.WSE Q, THINK ft UTTLt 1HING LIKE CRP.SH V^OULD RS UONG ftS MfKGGIN IS OUT, VIEU LEftVE HERE. VJE. TRY fOGET TO THE ISLftND INSPECTOR MftGGttt IS THE ONLY ON THE U.-FWTEO PL WE JUST KIDS A Bit Premature. By Ad Carter / MY POP JUST STTARTED TO TAKE A NAP-AN' WHEN HE GETS SLEEPY HE'S AWFUL GOODNATURED -I'LL GO IN AN' ASK HIM FOR A DIME GOOD NIQHT-SWEETHEART- 'LL SEE YOU IN THE MORNING POP-MAY I \ WAVE A N DIME? WE'LL WAVE WATT-HE'S NOT SLEEPY EN.OUSH YET GEE-PW I'M GLAD YOU CAME ALONG MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop WtWCTS SUE FOR. Do ALL. THIS ' U30K.MUSGSU THEBES AMCSIHcR OF THOSE GUVS COME WE'VE TALK TO TH/5CT SUY!'. ...BUT SMe.'s POaA\SED ALL OF US A UOOK AT THIS OTHER HlLUBlLLV! ASOUT Tfexl OTHER auys MAKE EPFIE. AAAE? TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Call to Arras. By Lym Young SRE ASE-USHT BURNING WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO, CHIEF lM MAS WITNESSED THE OEPARTUWE: OF THE BANDIT GAKG AND R3R(5OTA CARWAM AND LEAD THEM INTO AM AMBUSH, FOLLOW ·EM AFTERILOOK AROUND INSIDE TO MAKE A HASTY SEARCH OFTHE CAVE TwnCHIE.CHASE BACK TO THE CAVE AND FETCH MY PISTOL -- I LEFT rr ON A ROCK: UNDER USHT I-IBT'J BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave BOT.SOOD^ I OOST/ OOSTLOOKAT HH HAD A, HAND vvJ

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