The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1939 · Page 15
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February 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,-1833. PAGE FIFTEEN THE DATLY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. The Daily Courier Pattern . THAT'S HIM. THEBte HAVE YOU EVER 3OXED HOW GOOD ARE YOU I'M eOOD ENOUGH SO I COULD LICK THAT PHOWEY BIG-SHOT WOT'S TRAV'LIN' FIRST CLASS.WISH I HAD A CHANCE,THAT'S ALL.// TELL WALSH HE I CAN HAVE T -IIS BLOKE FOR K 1 SPARRING PARTNER. JOE PALOOKA By Ham Fisher POVST We LVVOE.S TjtV OOWT HERE SOU WN TOOTSVE TimW-E PWJS BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Tftv.V OVER SCRPM A Fickle. 3Hnfl. By Billy DeBeck NEWEST DRESS WITH SHIRRING! PATTERN 9D38. Here's a smart afternoon frock to make you feel as gay as the firs robin! Why not be your own dressmaker, and stitch it up in a few happy hours? Loveliness of detail always a joy, and this new·'Pattern 9988 :by Marian Martin brings the 'sweetest little touches. There an easy shirrings for a soft, pretty line to the bodice--and unusual, yourg looking yoke, anfl briel puffed sleeve held in by a tiny pleat! If it's youi whim, you can have the yoke, sleeve: and collar contrasting. Hemember the directions and diagrams of the Sew Chart make this ripple-skirt dres pattern a joy to work with! Pattern 9988 may be ordered only In misses' and women's sizes ]4, 16 18, 20, 32, 34, SB, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3 3-8 yards 39 inch fab ric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coin for this .MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER.. Order the .MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK . ol latest. Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your sew ing program is oft to a fine start You'll be thrilled with the nurobe: and variety of patterns, including 3! for misses, 17 for junior misses, 1' for matrons, 19 for children. SucV lovely tilings--showing it's' a season lor Color and Budget Wardrobes See easy-to-sew styles for gradu ations, weddings, dances and boa trips. See, too, plenty of everydaj and stay-at-home clothes' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIF TEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PAT TERN . TOGETHER TWENTY-PIVF CENTS. Send your order to The Dai!; Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me \ __Bj BILL BRAUCHER__J A litti-a Ohio girt of six known no words, almost paralleling ttio litranga case of Vice President Garner. · * * TODAY'S PROVERB: Ton cm lead a horse to water if you don't ·want to rido. * * · We didn't think President Roosevelt had c chance for a third terra ·until tho Nazi newspapers started after him. This year's sale of Christmas toys is expected to reach $225,000,000. that sounds like good times for both merchants and kids -- not to mention the old man. » » · Now that shingles are being made of concrete some of us can bo very glad we have grown up. * * * Young people don't get enough deep, says Christian Sharp, 95- year-old Civil war veteran. He probably means lying down. A. laundress is women's ffol) cdompion o/ the Philippines. Wf'rt told she's very handy with the iron 2-17 C3EAR. NCy l H= IF A BFSOCVA CAN SVMESF; WHY CAN'T THE. SAW-OUST T .-rreiPHEif* / ANSONIA, NOAH ~ DO ^rOJ PUT IODINE. ON A CUT-IN SAL-ftT2.T T nvwiSARET ·njBNta NOAH - IF A CJ-SJZ1. GAVEL SHOR-T HOW /AANY DID THEL YARDSTICK"? RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt SO LONG NOTHW. YOU'RE OOMIN' VJITH ME. WPWS TO SEE YOU THPiNKS FOR. SPRINGING ML. STRUMMER. 5O UDNG OH , TELL HIM I'LL SEE. HIM IrYTER.. I'VE GOT SOME US1NISS 1O ATTEND TO LISTEN , PUNK, YOU'RE COMIN WTH ME. THIS 15 A GUN W MY POCKET -- AND THW CAS-ORWER HP6 A TOMMY-GUN IN HIS Lf\P WHY, HOW 51U.Y OF OF COURSE, I'LL SEE CHftKJE. WPiT.« yye WAITING FOR. * JUST KIDS And Don't: Forgot the Tax! By Ad Carter BLESS MY APPLE DUMPLING'S HEART YOU SEE-I'VE SAVED UP THE MONEY OUT OP MY ALLOWANCE WEU.-RIGHT AT THE MOMENT I'M IN A POSITION TO BUY THE FIRST TWO SALLONS OF GASOUNE MOM-I'M SOINS TO BUY YOU AN AUTOMOBILE 3ECAUSE YOU'D LOOK VERY NCE IN-ONE MOM-WHAT DO YOU THINK I'M DOINS? /"" ( I SIVE UP MUGGS McGINNIS . By Wally Bishop Copr. 1939, Kiag P«wra Syndicate, Inc., World ritehV TIM TYLER'S LUCK 3Ion Without Uniforms. By Lym Young WELL WT HERE VOXA/, THERE'S SOO6AT'S HUTABOUTA MILE AHEAD- TYLER a GET STARTED, Awa REMEMBER NDUR ORDERS 3UST SEE THREE OF 'EM COM\HS--WONDER IF , THATSTIM WITH 'EMI' PERCHED ON A UMB.SPUD kEEPS A SHARP VVATO4 R3R THE EXPECTED HORSETHIEVES BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave DOME AAE. AGA-INJ *- VF l'o i OtM WAD \_SFT M.E A WLJNJK OP VAVS ESTATE \«= SOSS. MEN/eCL SWOvNED OP X ovs Orwe«- 'BvRO STILX. I GET A SIGCER.CUT Dl-3 VJA^. OAV \-S, IP HS'O OMOV S"TOP Oft TAV_V ABOOT MV5 SECIM CW X G\X \NWACT"5 OOWIM' TO ME. 'SOOMO'S AS *F UE ' ' ASOL5f?VAESViOM"r DO Ai" cxi

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