The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 13, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 13, 1939
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 10SH. THE! H.-\n J Y COTTRTRR. CONNEU.SVTLI.K PA. PAGE; mrvts. MOBUDDV I tHO'T X SAW SOME FRJ6HDS BUT I WAS WRONG. The pa'dy Courier Pattern · MhfUrtavCr IIUrtsAV MATRON'S GJkDLE- BAND FROCK PATTERN 9984 -' Here's a slenderizing Spring Irock with great style . . . and absolutely new girdle-band silhouette that will make you look right! Ever see a more becoming line over the bust? The softness is held in so expertly by pretty yokes. This gentle fullness makes the waist and hips seem slimmer by contrast, while the panel in the front of the skirt increases its comfort and flare: You'll fall in love with the becoming neckline, r.ncl the pretty sleeves or caught-in type. Pattern 9984 supplies the most helpful Sew- Chart! Pattern 0884 may be ordered Only in women's sizes-34, 36, 38, 40, 42, =4, 46 and 48. Size 30 requires 3,4 yards 39 inch fabric. Send riFTEEN CENTS in . coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be -sura to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. - Order the MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of latest Spring Fashions, rtnd KNOW that.your sowing program is'oft .to a line start! You'll be thrilled with the number and Variety of patterns, Including 39 for misses, IV for junior misses,. 17 for matrons, 19 for children. ..Such lovely, things--showing It's a season for Color and . Budget Wardrobes! See easy-to-sew styles for graduations, weddings, dances and boat trips. See, too, plenty ot. everyday and -stay-at-home clothes! BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., NDW -York, N. Y; . THE TISHT SHOE SAID To THE SOCK, 1 * I'L-U V/EAC2. A HOL-E. JN YOU," PIC THE. SOC.K SAXTL.L. BE: , IF YOU DO* 7 NOAH- WHEN YOU THE THE «I1_X, T GET A DIVOS.CE "? . OEAK1TTTC SMITM W£-njMS O'iL 1OELKS TO . To Aid Refugees Robert W. Balderston Eobert W. Balderston, of Chicago, succeeds Robert Ynrnall as member o! commission returned to Philadelphia from Germany where they were sent by the American Friends Service Committee to make n study of the need for relief among Jews ant) non-Aryans. . . . . J O E - PALQOKA Wrong Again. By Ham Fisher SAY FEU-AS,THERE'S TOE PALOOKA-- YOU'LL WANT SOME PITCHERS OF HIM WON'TCHApHE'S IN' T'FIGHT IN SOUTH AMERICA. BARNEY GOOGLE and · SNUFFY SMITH Unronlizert By I Billy DeBeck I'LL GWE VE TWO SECONTS TO TELL WE SNttFtf? 'ME Q\T OUVN NN PPfTH STftrl N\E RIDDLES P,B6\if WHO I BE COME ftCROST VNIF HRLF f OF Tttftt FOLDIN'- MONEV RADIO PATROL By ·.cldie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidf WHILE Wit AMD MIKE COME TO AN UNDER.- STflNDING, SEE, I FEEL BE1TER. V\mM YOU ON THE DC3MT WORRY ABOUT IT. I'M IN TO SEE Pftt NOW JOB. I'M SOING "TO GET I'LL BE. OKF\Y, CHtEP, \'U GET A WRIT OF HftBEPS CORPUS. ViE HASM'T BEEN ARRfilGNEO YOU'RE MORE THAN THftT. THIS GUYS PftL. YEAH , i LET YOU TALK TO HIM AND TOU COOK UP AN ftUBI TOR HIM NO,SIR.- YOVi CANt SEE BUT I AM THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY Of THIS COUNTY JUST KIDS .llufimt Admiration's A Von'aerfii] TJuiig! By Ad Carter YOU KNOW, MR. BRANNER-YOU WERE ALWVS A VERY FINE POLICEMAN ONLY YESTERDAY I TCLD\ MY MOM THAT MDU ARE THE BEST POLICEMAN IN BARNESVILLE AND SHE SMD SWE TMOUSHT .SO, TOO AND CO LIKE TO TELL YOU THAT I HAVE ALWAYS THOUGHT WERE A VERY FINE . YOUNSSTER WOULD YOU TELL) IvfYMOM IF I POKED NI0PER CALLAHAN IN r ~? THE SNOOT?/ O MUGGS McGINNIS By Waliy Bishop Copr. 193D, King Fwiure* Syndic)^, Int. \VotW riehtt ic«et\td. TIM TYLER'S LUCK : A 666(1 Memory for Faces. By : '; Lym Young BACKA6AINPI.THOUGHT ) I CAME TO you AND YOUR RW. WERE /WARN you OUT TRYJN6 TO ROUND fTHAT THEY'RE UP THE CLOWN AND HIS 7 COMINS AFTER HORSETHIEF _ "1J VDUR NEW GAMS y**i_^Ill HORSES.MR. NOT SO LONS ASO. ITRIED \ TO STEAL A HORSE,NAMED REBELFROM AVOUNG IVORY/ SEE-yOU PATROLMAN WHO LOOKED/ OONT THINK A LOT LIKE VOU-- .---1 I WAS THAT PATROLMAN, DO YOU, DUM-OUM? VOU'LLHAVETO IVE SADDLED Y WORKFASTER.IF YOUR HORSE, 1 VDU WANT TO CLOWN S!^ BE IN MV GANS- VOUR FACE LOOKS KIND OF FAMILIAR TO ME, TVLER r HAVENT TIME TO TALK- BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave YHT t vJiew we. VJOOUM'T Lopvc An- DCT SO HARD'. OaD BORM IT'. HE'S STOOYIKS HE'S \_OOViH~l' F=OfS- MS VOOUUDNS'T .t3O O/SCT'. -tWEYEA.WS OV= LOOK WOCVA UA.O I LA-S-r ASO [ur« Syndicate. Inc. World ngh

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