The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 10, 1939 · Page 19
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February 10, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

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TRIDAI, FEBRUARY 10, IflSD THE! DAiljY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE PA The Daily Courier Pattern NEW LARGER-SIZE JACKET FROCK PATTERN VtU 'What a nerfcct Easter outfit foi We 1 '--wiJl be the mation s first im- piession And how right shell be since this jacket-design is Minan JMartin s newest and sma test Pattern 9982 is ide-U ioi a uedding ic- ccption, a bridge-part} nnnhing Foi it takes with ease to chiffons, as wel as pastel and punted ciepes' The long or short-slee\ ed jacket may be tip or bolero length The dress has two styles of collars and is Graciousness itself with its solt shining' Notice, too how slim yet flowing the ekirt as' Then you WILL want to Order this versatile pattern at once Pattern 9982 may be oidered cnly In women s sizes 34, 36, 38, *0, 42, 44 and 46 Size 36, entire ensemble te- quires 5 yards 39 inch lab-ie and S J 4 yards lace edging Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins lor this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMB EH Older the MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK o£ latest Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your ·ewing program is off to a fine start 1 You'll be thrilled with the number «nd variety of patterns, including 59 tor misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 for matrons, 19 for children Such lovely things--showing its a season for Color and Prints for Basic Frocks and Budget Wardrobes' Sec «asy-to-sew styles for graduates, weddings, dances and boat trips See, too, plenty of everyday and stay at- home clothes' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY - F I V E CENTS Send your order to The Daily Courier Pattern Department, 232 Isth St, Xs\v York, N Y You're Telling Me\ _ By BILL BRAUCHER , I Don't the Italians and Germans teahze all that name-calling of the President and Democrats id re served for the Bepublicans ? « * * MJ gtoffe play eowjei-ninp Hitls? Juis succeeded Nothing am be modi unbelievable enough. * * » Farmers appreciate the recent moisture -- but they don't have ti ·wait on street corners for buses. KAIL AND BUS FARES WILL BE DOWN FOR THE WORLD'S FAIRS--BUT INDICATIONS ARE tHAT A SANDWICH WILL COST A.S- MUCH AS THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING. , * » » U S is building 50 freight and passenger ships a year To carry protest notes back and forth ? * * * Family do*vn our street bought a beefsteak jesterday. They .nher Itcd some money from an uncle Remember that light fall of MOW, bat Chicago and the middlewest enjoyed recently? Well, you ought to lee the Florida papers I NOAH-IS A ROBIN A BUUe BIRD WHEN HE S THE WOiSM "? POTT1E. DfSAK. NOAH-11= PROS SOT S;K.,WOUI-O 1-E.T IT CJ20AK ~? BEAK. NO*M-I«DO HIUI-- Blt-l-lS COOK ON VOUNTAIN RANSES T fA. O l-AMCT MONEeg/M JOE PALOOKA Jburcnell. By Ham Fisher I'M L.HAV1N' TH' MANA6EMENT OF TH' REST'RUNT ' T'SPOONER.HE'S A SMART GUY AN' HONIST AS THEY COME. I'LL SAY. WE'VE x KNOWED -1M EVER SINCE WE COME T NOO YORK. -IT'S A SHAME WE CAN'T TAKE SWOKEY WITH US. BUT SPOON ER SAYS HE'D LIKE T'HAVE SMOK6Y AT TH REST'RUNT. GOOD OUEL SMOKEY. I'LL CERT'NY MISS MM.HE'S UKE YER RIGHT HAND. X WISH SOMEBUDDY'D MAKE US SOME KIND OP OFFER PER TH' WHY NOT TELL. THAT REAL ESTATE PELLA T'TRY OPPERIN' IT AN' WRITE T'YOUSE T SOMEBUDDY WHO'D? IF ANYBUDDY , GO RIGHT ON ySr*-t WANTS IT/ EMPLOYIH' TH' HEUP. 1THERE AINT NO HARM IN TRYIN'. THAN K'YOUSE.1 RILUY DON'T LIKE BE1N' IN THE REST'RUNT B1ZNISS ATAi-L. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH ''Pair Dnougli." By Billy DeBeck tV\R SOU WWW I (AOV50 MTH MRS GQQSLE W TWE ^u·^;.TUT, GOOGLE- WE TOV.D SOU VT TftHES TIN\E TO SETTUS Pi * 20,OOO.OQO IP XOU COULO PORK OMER 5,000 MOU owe i VO RPPRECVFWe \T - LOOK. «t TWV5 MESS ·- MftST OU. 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