The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 15, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1939- THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVrLLE. PA. PAGE NINE. ' WHOOEE. I'M GLAD HE B'LIEVES THAT ONE. The Daily Courier Pattern FROCK FOR SMART LITTLE GSRLS PATTERN S986 For those Special Events that make youngsters eyes grow round with joy--choose this style by Marian Martin. Little maids will forget to be shy when they hear themselves admired, and who could help praising such a fetching dress? A simple bodice--double or single ruflles lor sleeves--a ten-gore skirt . . . these are pretty details that even a beginner can master with case. Ric-rac trimming may be substituted for lace --and percales lor voiles or rayon. Nice and cool for summer wear toe! Pattern 8986 may be ordered only In children's sizes, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 20 Size 6, dress with round neck, requires 2 3-8 yards 39 inch fabric and SVB yards lace; other version, 3 3-8 yards 36 Inch fabric and 2 3-8 yards ric-rac. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Order the MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of latest. Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your sewing program is off to a fine start! You'll be thrilled with the number and variety of patterns, including 3D for misses, 17 for junior misses. 17 for matrons. 19 for children. Such lovely things--showing it's a scc for Color and Budget Wardrobes See easy-to-sew styles for graduations, weddings, dances and boa trips. See, too, plenty of everyday and stay-at-home clothes! BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN" TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVi CENTS. ' Send, your order to The Dail, Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me I , · By BILL BRAUCHER 1 Chinese religious vegetarians \tame -wars on excessive consumption of meat. We don't tike to leave tpinach out of it altogether. * * * The U.S. Forest Products laboratory announces that knots can b« diminated easily from lumber, rhat's bad news for a number of Founff nicn who now will have to forego baseball. . * » * Co-eds at Washington University, St. Lonis, have taken up knitting in classes. This is an innovation from the usual class custom of wool gathering, anyway. A measure to allow women to vote in certain elections is being considered in Bermuda. Guess they're' finding out that tho ladies know their onions. * * * Jockey Don Meadc, suspended three years ago for betting on other horses in races in which he was riding, has been bringing in so many winners since he was reinstated in Florida that the man at the next desk suggests that Don must be bettinc on his own mounts now. //OAtt DEAR. NOAH-DID HIP ROOFS Bd OUT OF STYLE WHEN THE. DlETCSJ/V HIT THE. COUNTRT ~ s wemoiNstPa. PUV-UTH. /VMHN SAY A 'WINDOW SASH CONTAINED A LOT OF SEJVT- BECAUSE. FUl--l- O~ PANES "7 W. CT. STj»c.t.T, / ITS , Ki.C.. I JOE PALOOKA Uh Yeah. By Ham Fisher eou_Y THIS AIR'S MARV'LESS -,',' WHEW-;? WAIT A MINUTE. ' KNOW IT MEAN AS LONG AS ROAD WORK IS CTIST AROUND X PUFF-?/; DECKS THAT T SHOULD GO WITH VA.I CAN WATCH YA BETTER FROM HERE.SEE WHAT I MEAN OH--SURE -OF COURSE. NACHERLY. YOUSE KIN £ TIME ME BETTER 'ER COMETH IN BARNEY GOOGLE niid SNUFFY SMITH Barney Seeks l?o- lief From a Heavy Responsibility. By Billy DeReck SO REU1VEO MR.ROU.EW\ JUST 'PttONSO GET WRUNG- HE MUSTN'T SEE XOU ON MX NRME KV THE UPTOWN TOO PitiO WE VOPiMTS TO SEE MOU JUST XOU ftMD I -- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt HtY, CHIEF, COME HERE. 1 VWV TO TftW TO 1OU EITHER OF THESE BIRDS. StRUMMER. MY FRIEND, "ML STRUMMER, WOULDN'T UKE TO HEftR. OW. ME THFK STOJWKR TOUR FRKHD? HMM MrXYBE. VD BETTER. HIM A CALL ftTTHE REQUEST Of THE CHIEF. THE SIRIJMMER RFPEflRS flTTHl JWL... AW, DRY UP,1OJ DRUNKEN fOOL aw, net Fanra Sjixlmu. h^ U-^U fyn r»«t««l JUST KIDS I Got Rhythm: By Ad Carter WELL-WE'RE NOT--AND I'M NOT SOINS TO MARRY A PRINCE- OR EVEN A DUKE I'VE DEFINiTECY MADE UP MY MIND TO MARRY THE LEADER CF A SWINS BAND MOM -COULD I TAKE MUSIC LESSONS? MUGGS McGlNNIS By Wally Bishop Copr. 1939. King Pcacura SjiitHcaU. Int. Wtorlo ri TIM TYLER'S LUCK The Advance Han. By Lym Young CLOWN AND HIS HORSETHIEVES GOT AWAY WITH SEVERAL OF MY WHEN HE LAST ·VISITED'ME- IF THEY DID THEY'D SHOOT ME ON THE SPOT, MR.SOOSAT SOOGAT'SGOT "^Mfe* *f YOU'RE "\a£ · SOME NEW HORSES ^^TMHB SMART Kl D 'V* WEWANXTVLER-HEVSOVOU^ BUTDONT QUICKONTHE X^WANTME ATRYDOUBLE- DRAW-SO- /TOSEEHINANDA CROSS/NG THROWHIMOFFks US- HIS GUARD/ ' : \-^5k NT ·^ssa^ CLOWN WELL, WITH YOU, TIM AND ME WORKING ON % EM THEY SHOULDN'T BESOUJCKVTHIS TIME NEVER SUSPECT VOU WERE AN IVORY PATROLMAN INTHAT OUTFIT, SPUD BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave READ XST TWE TIMS O5= W3 DE/W^ . OP COURSE, JAKSY to -see copv OP IT ·YOU OOST Ow.BOV*. oio voo HEA-CL o*^1 . IT AU_'. ri_i_ ess l_AMD VJU1CW WH U.HCT TO ME, -7- BECPUEATMEO TO VOO Copr IJIW. Kinj Feiiura Smdreitt. Inc . World n««i

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