The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 29, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 29, 1938
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 29. 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern · Youthful Charm in Every Line of This Marian Martin Frock PATTERN D617. If you want a Frock with youth and charm in every Hnc, choose Pattern 9B17. Its one o£ the easiest'to make and most useful frocks you'l ever own. You'H thoroughly enjoy the comfort o£ the raglan sleevi which you may finish lull or puffed And if you want contrast make the sleeves, front yoke and pockets in a contrasting color. Tiny tucks below the yoke control the easy fulness o the bodice while sleek lines are achieved from the waist down. You'l love this dress in shantung or in any plain or printed cotton. And fo mid-season and early Spring, choose soft challls. Complete Marian Marti: Diagrammed Sew Chart is includec to help you give this frock a smooth professional-looking finish. Pattern 9617 may be ordered only in misses' and women's sizes 12, 14 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3V4 yards 36 inch fabric lor view A. Send FIFTEEN CENTS Jn coins 01 stamps (coins preferred) lor 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 oJ NEW FASHION THRILLS! . career clothes, party clothes, every day clothes, lovely graduation style . . . and a glorious trousseau lor the Spring Bride ... plenty p( things £o everyone from baby to grandmother All easy-to-lollow/patterns that maki home sewing a delight. ORDER TO' DAY. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEJs 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. * SHE AMT ANSWEREP GOSH AM I MIS'R/ABJ-E, I NEVER BEEN SO LOW IN ME LIFE." WISH HE'P HURRY OP AN' DO JT- SOSH BARN IT. GEE X WISH ONE OF WOUUP CALL. MISS /ALLURE ^)S MI6OSH-- X PON'T /ANSWER-* ") I UNDERSTAND. / Mr CALLS PER TWO PAYS. IT'S AWFUL- I'LU SO NERTS. x ALMOST WISH TOE WAS HERE. FERSIVE MEBBE --IF HE COMES AN' APOLASIZES JOE PALOOKA Utterly Miserable. By Ham Fisher BARNEY GOOGLE ORANGES ui voeu.- V YU.B- A Fruitful Trip. By Billy DeBeck ARE AU. RIGHT; MOUX YES, YES , BUT HOW DID SK HERt ·'·» MOLLY/ ARE. TOU IN HERE, MOLV.Y ? MOLLY/ HOVM DID YOI RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt UNCLE ABNERJ ;T SA^y: ' Kodge» allus lay* his prob* . Icms Hide for · brainy day. · Toblai Kipper, th f village econo- mUt. sez rt looks tlk« WEAK- onomlo ptanntn' t* him. /JOAH fSOAM»IP" Sl_e.ET5^ CONDUCIVE. TO DOES A S1U.K. HAT UOOK. YVOItN rr t-osEs ITS NAP 7 BCft.THA CAf4DUC wlNgl^OVj AftiC WOUl-D DEAE. NOAH A PECAR. SO IAZ.-Y If 5 " GIVE^* I_E/WSN PUNCH? DEAR. NOAH=I(= YOU iae A BtsAia SKIN COAT; WOUL.D YOU CAU.L.D A NUDISTS JUST KIDS A Difference of Opinion. By Ad Carter YOUNG MAN-SET VOUR MOM- BETWEEN YOU AN ME-I THINK THE MOST WONDERFUL THING ABOUT NATURE IS DOUGHNUTS HE TO1-O US ALL ABOUT TULIPS AN' ROSES AN' WATER-LILIES MOM-WE HAD A LECTURE ON NATURE TO-DAY -ALL ABOUT FLOWERS AN' THINGS CcfT I9J1, Kjnj rttnmSjrjttue, IPC "'«M flA MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop ^...PEOPLS WlU_ ALL THOSS OL' HAMD-8ILLS IKJ A, FEW HAKlD-BlLlSftEFFlES HAD THAT ELMER ·DROP THEM ALL -fHrry'u. . GUESS IT'S TtO LATE LAST KllQHT ·«· WROTE. THAT VoU LOVED HER. ffa EVERV PATCH OF WET CEMEMTSrte t=lMD IKl ToWM o JIM TYLER'S LUCK A Ijiglit On the Subject, By Lym Young THIS MUST BE- W 1TLUUSKT A SECRET TUHHEU L. A MATCH --LUCKY 1 FOUND 1 7 - ^ --·7 , BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave OP COURSE IT VOOULO BE OOR. CXJTV "TO REPORT-SPECV* IF NNE HAJJLEO VN TOO POR- . ARE OE-i". AMD OEVRE AV=RAVD TO ©A^K'SM OP5 QOV. - CvW CINS"5 t*AE O^ CWAXACe TO N RU!^ -r'WvjOo.TO "SUIT t^ESEuP ) AJ2OOK1O vAERH. .A^O Vlrt-U --r I USE V f * « . ^-

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