The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 3, 1938
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVirAB, PAGE yiXE The Daily Courier Pattern. Lacings Add Bright Touch fro Marian Martin Frock for Tots PATTERN 0032. A darling Irocx that's ever so easy to make from Pattern 9622 jnd Etyle that any little two-to-len will simply adore. See how daintily the cap sleeves ore formed by double row of ruffles and hoy yo"ng the little round neck looks. shaped yoke and center front panel ore smart details and if you want still dressier effect, omit the lacings and add three tiny bows lust below the neck . .. they may match or contrast as you prefer. Pattern includes Fiench leg panties to wear with this dress. Lovely in pastel silk or synthetic jnd irresistible in sheer, sprigged cottons! Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart .5 included. It will explain every detail in the making of this dress Jnd vull serve as a splendid guide for beginners. Pattern 8622 may be ordered only Jn children's sizes 2, 4, C. S and 10 Size 4 requires 2 jards 36 inch fabric; 14 yard for lacing. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps Ccoins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF SPRING . . . put your wardrobe in shape without delay! WRITE TODAY for Marian Martin's NEW Hook of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-two paces o£ stunning clothes to carry you smartly through every hour of the day ... whether you go to an office, school or party or stay busily at home. Revel In the charm of these easy-to-sew patterns. ORDER NOW! PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTLEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courier Pattern Departncnt, 232 W. 18th St. New York, N. Y. Political trial ballooni 10 me time* t fall an f leave th' navl^otor up In th f air. Newt Yokos, th' barber, Is altttrr' its b«d as my ole phonygraph rec- e's allut repeatln' hlsself. /foAH MiMSKUWU NOAH" WHEN IN BER, CAM HC TICKING 7 OONAL.D B 3HAOM P-KKAB.T, IN. NOAH-.IF A STAE. PITCHER. HAS (°i SOOD CHANGE. OP PACJSi WOUUD YOO CV^l-t- IT A PITCH-BUENBe? Col-- A. SIMPSON LTrt*O.CC,TC NOAH--DID THE; VICKEP \A/mrH'S CANDY HOUSED HAVE A SAU.T CEt-UAfr A CONSTANTVKM-OCC^N JOE PALOOKA She's Out. By Ham Fisher CAN'T I SEE · YA?--I CAN'T UNPER STAMP -- WHATSA MATTER WHAT'P I DO ? ALLURE WENT OUT, MR. WALSH y 7'M SORRV. y ^ 6EE HOW SLOW THEM MINUTED SO MIOH ONLY TEH A'CLOCK BOY OH BOY I -THO'T I'D PIE WAIT1N' TILL ONE A'CLOCK ROLLED AROUND- ---SURE---UH-WHY- NEVER MINP. OHHH--ALL. RIGHT YOU CAN COME OVER ABOUT ONE A'CLOCK. BARNEY GOOGLE S mi M I Denies tlio Accusation. __ By Billy DcBeck WHfsT PvBOVlT VE eUT DON'T WORRY, OKRV -cue Pi CJOB FOR US ftT THE. COUNTRY CUUS -- GW5 US P. U.TTLE POCKET Corr I9'8. Kn E Futuici Syndioie. Inc, V/«kl njhu laen 2-3 xou PUT BftCVC ' THPTT DVVOT ! OR. VUU REPORT xoo To THE CftOOY RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt Pfvr TftXItS TO THE MftlNLWD ON TOE OWEFJ. SIDE Of WE ISlftKD, VJHERt WSPECTOR MftGGIN Hf\S RKWNtO ODNSCKM5- N£SS OKftY, INSPECTOR, W^oe OUT HERE COME fcBOftRD. IF TOU VYMtt TO 3O HOME I YERH. I GUESS SHE ft WAIT A MINUTE.MftGGIN/ WE CftME BftCKFOR.TOU.DIDN'T VJE? DOESNTT THPiT MEftN ftHYTH\NG T XXI ·? JUST HOW WE NEED !OOK,a.lC, SHE'S ' B«X.' SHE DEfttWTM'US. HOU5 (\ MINUTE ' GWT FLY THt THING / JUSTKFDS His Xornl Support. By Ad Carter YOU WANT TO GET YOUR J I I AM! rvr f*. fit=v_b. \jt- i yy\ f i*^" ti-*v^»» CAKE I COULO^ Jsfal ^g£F5 HAIR BOBBED AN' POP SAYS YOU'RE NOT- ARE YOU? MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop I WMAT to yA 'SFOSE ALL THAT TtTieRlMQ WAS ' ' /BOUT? IS rrWERE AWV - FUMMV ABOUT E2 VA PLEASE | ' LIKE A T3UKE... II TIM TYLER'S LUGK Through the Binoculars. By Lym Young THE CARAVAN/ THE CARAVAN WE'RE WAITING FOR -- IS COMING / NOT MUCH CHANCE OP OUR BEING ANOTHATS A RELIEF- WAYLAID BY BA,MDITS.LORRV; NOWTHAT WE'RE IN IVORY PATROLTeRRITORV BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave 1 CAM'T HELP D«r: DE. ' \s ow I errs VJH/SOT r \NASJT. TftCTT OW SB15AKVW3T VF voo DON'T 'M. GHTTVKi' CHS VS f^T UA.-5T. \ OUGWT TO e£. )

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