The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 16, 1939 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 16, 1939
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 3930. THE. 1 UAIL.Y U U U K I K K . CONNKbUSV I L!,B. PA. The Daily Courier Pattern SLIMMING FROCK WITH PANELS! PATTERN 9987 One of the best ideas of the spring ·--this new Marian Martin styie for those who wear larger sizes! Pattern 8887 is so completely wearable for all Borts of Spring occasions--it slenderizes so charmingly--and it's made so quickly and successfully with the diagrammed Sew- Chart a^r-^i""' Get your order in now, and finish your sewing before warm aays call you outside. What line choice you have . . . a becoming round collar or sweetheart neck--neat belt all around or part way--short sleeves flared and left open, or puffed and banded! Pattern 9987 may be ordered only In women's sixes 30, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48,' 43 and 50. Size 36 requires 4 3-8 yards 35 inch latino and 2V 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 oil to a fine start! You'll be thrilled with the number and variety of patterns, including 39 for misses, 17 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 of everyday and stay-at-horne 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., New York, N. Y. lYou're Telling Me L-_Bj BILL BRAUCHER 1 A bill to prohibit night milk da- liveries was introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature. That would mean a lot of people would have to walk home, * » * TKe Young Republican federation appeals for an honest count of election ballots. That eoiatds M though the G.O.P. is becoming a little more self-confident. * * » In keeping with our custom ot giving the reader one pun each ·week, may we say that Pnme Minister Chamberlain's carelessness in leaving his umbrella around might rive his constituents thf; idea that Britain ain't gtin' to reign no mo'? * * * TODAY'S QUIZ: Is it our fvr- riffn policy to sell all the nations war *la,ncs so they ctnt. frighten one another out of the Idea of going to car? » » « General Franco's problem In Spain now seems to be to find a way x stop the Italian army from help- Ing him. * * * Jimmy Foxx of the Rod Sox says kho Yankees have not won the 1939 pennant yet. No, and it isn't Labor Day, either. NUMSKUU. DEAS2. NOAH-IS AN INTERIOR. DSCORATOR. ONE WHO UOVES TO EAT MEAUS ~f AMSS RUTrt Noas\H Pt^lNP-lELja. N X. DEAR NOAH-CAN -rOU SHIPWRECK YOUR. H6j°«.T ON A PUN OCEAN WITH WAVES OF UAUSHTER. 7 IO. 9H.TAN X1T-T/KNNIN(». PA. THE WOMAN -NHO BA1ES HER. OWN BREAD SAVE. ANY DOUGH 1 "5Rv!!S?c!Sjs. I JOE PALOOKA Right hi the Wnllet. By Ham Fisher YA KNOW Y I'LL GIT PLENTY I'M SORP3V ^-.PRACTISE WITH SPARR1N WE DIDN'T \PARTNERS WHEN WE BR1NS SMOKEY) GIT THERE BUT X ^ YA OU6HTA -i MISS SMOKEY CTIST BE SPARRIN' k~---~^-.~TM.' SAME, SOME. ^^ WALSH ASKED ME IP ANYBODY IN THE CREW COULD BOX.HETJ LIKE TO GET SOMEBODY TO SPAR, WITH PALOOKA I WOULDN'T ALLOW ANYONE TO BOX WITH H^^A EVEN · ! IP THERE WAS-I CAN'T UNDERSTAND WHY THEY6AVE HIM ABOUT IN RIO. I DESPISE HIM AND HIS MANAGER' FOR WHAT THEY DID IN THE RODNEY' FI6HT.AND I LOST AMONTH'S SALARY OH,OH. SOCKED YOU RIGHT IN THE POCKET BOOK* EH ? O JM. 1 PAGE ELEVEN. SUPPOSE I TOLD YOU WE HAVE A BIS BOY IN THE CREW WHO THINKS HE CAN THRASH PALOOKAJHE WAS A PiGHTER BEFORE HE TOOK TO THE SEA--FOR--AHENV -- GOOD UH--THAT'S INTEREST1NG-- UH-I MI6HT LOOK AT HIM. I'M NATURALLY INTERESTED IN WHO'S IN THE CREW. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Snufty's Heavy Financial Burden. By Billy DeBeck MOV1 CttKK^ot 0 f / ^ ^ 5,000°° C c«ftQM / W WKaeU-TO V 5/000 °° / f° QERNRRD J -- ---- v QOOGI P ·· "N HOT i M\| \ N ^ 1 GOOGLE *, HOT DOGY. », 5ERV/ES VOU W. MOT TO GET RQOUT DO SOU WPiNT WE TO 0P05VT yoUR HRLF FOR XOU PLUNvQ aED CQUSVtA BODFkCVOUS I WOULDN'T TRUST TttRT PftSTV FRCE WORTH OP DICAES, I QURRTERS Cagr. 1M. Kip, fainm Synilititt. lat- WaM righa rtgl»ri 2 -/6 RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt TH!S REDHEN3 1 PICKED UP YtSTERDW COMING FROM THE DUNES. HIS HAND WAS BLEEDING- SAID HE HfHD ft -JftM WITH A. GUV , STRUMMER./ THftT'S AU-'I NEED TO PIN ft MURDER ON HIM, THIS K THE BiRD WE GOT FOR. «THE RAT" KILUN' A.NO THIS 15 ft GENT I'VE BEEN 1 OH,WELL,IN LOOWNG FOR.. HE'S ft fTOENO r CASE I'LL OF MINE -- AND CHRRUE'S rt LET WELL, HE OEKGNNW DIDN'T STf\Y IN HERE LONG. ON A DRUNKEN DRIVING CHftRSEv TOO. VT MUST BE NICE. TO BE ft FRIEND OF THE SIRUMMER'S IF YOU'RE AROUND THE GOLD JUST KIDS From Too(liliru.sli To Hairbrush. By Ad Carter WELL-MY MOTHER UPS AN'TELLS V'- ME TO SO UPSTAIRS AN' BRUSH J'J MY TEETH AN' I UPS ' AM'GOES L" ME-A NATURAL-BORN TOOTH-BRUSHER-WHEN I SETS THROUGH DOWN I COMES AN' UP SOES MY MOTHER " SUE INSPECTS THE ·TOOTH-BRUSH FOR SOME UNKNOWN REASON IT AIN'T WET-SO DOWN COMES MOTHER AM' SHE GIVES ME A PATTER ON HYBGNE AN* A ROTTER ON THE SEAT OF MY PANTS-i. MY ' -~ MUGGS McGiNNIS By Wally Bishop ' 1 CAN'T SEE WHV SOU WANT TO REA AMGFSV WITM Me · ·AFTER Am., IT'S MOT r MV P4ULT TWE AWJ" WAVE AMV GOT US\ INTO rr^.AMO WEREOPF N^!! THAT'S AU_ Gcpr 19SS, Kms Potma Syndicate, Inc, WceW nghtt rtaerrtd · /-7AVD AMOTHSR THIIUS, RHIMELAWDE?." VSU ·SOAA COtjSH TO" TTDE. M3U OVER. (JfOTII- v / E . re MS .... THAT HAP BETTeR TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tlie'IMaee of Mice nnd Men. By Lym Young IDONTKNOW. MR.SOOGAT-I'D BETTER SO DOWN --AND WHEN YOU GETTHE CHANCE.STEAU SOOSATS GUNS AND HIDE'EM-CUEVE AND I WILL DO THE REST WEU AVOID THE TBAILANDTAKE A SHORT-CUT TO THE S006AT HOME OKAV, CLOWN -I UNDERSTAND HOW SOON DO VOU EXPECTTHEVOJLBE ) THETFIAILAND HERE.SPUD? ^C KEEPALOOKOUT I HOPE SPUD HAS WARNED MR.SOOGATTO SCRAM AND TAKE HIS HORSES WITH HIM- BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave ·3IKJC6 I'VE OJSA.OTWE VA/IUL . VOU VlOOLO H^Ve DOt-JE P52ETTY VOEUl. IF I HA.O --..--. r\ l*S VJRONJG. OMU^ / yo^ \-\\r v-^ : : *-ifcr UJ\\- r HAO IT P(X£DJ COSV4? BUT DATC'S VQUTi HANB L IT ARF2ASVG6D YOU GET OU'ST IS CON^NO TO NOOj / JOST coes HE i t =

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