The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 20, 1939 · Page 9
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February 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1333. THB DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVLUL,£J, I J A. PAGE NINE. \ The Daily Courier 1 Pattern CHIC APRON-AND- FROCK TWOSOME PATTERN 9915. A dress and buttoned-on apron that "belong" together! How easy it is to picture them doing sraar team-work, now that you are starting to plan your Spring housecleaning! The apron is so attrac- tiveJy ensembled with the dress, tha you'll nevor feel like leaving it behind in the kitchen. You'll like those snappy pockets "whether they're cut from dress or apron fabric. Stitch up the little high-wajsted cotton frock with puff or open cap sleeves You may have dashing rovers, or a lower collarless neckline. Use rick' rack contrast! ' Pattern 9915 may be ordered only 3n misses' and women's sizes 14, It 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 1C requires 3 3-8 yards 35'inch fab ric and 3 yards rick-rack; apron 1%' yards contrast. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coin, lor this MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. '· Order the MARIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK o£ latest Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your sew ing 'program is oil to a . fine start You'll be thrilled with the numbe and variety of patterns, including 3 for misses, 17. for- junior misses, 1 for .matrons, 19 for children. Sucl lovely things--showing it's a seaso for Color and Budget Wardrobes See easy-to-sew styles for gradu ations, weddings, dances and boa trips. See, too, plenty of everyda and stay-at-home clothes! BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIF TEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PAT TERH TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Bail Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New Yoric, N. Y. Asks No-Vote Tax Margaret Miss Mar^arefc Ncal f 26, only wo- Tnan member of tho New Mexico House of Representatives, is spon- j»or of a law which would compel jevcry registered voter in the state /to cast a ballot on election day or pay a fine of from ?5 to |25. /rOAH PL.AY FOOTBALL IN THE; COTTON BCrt-L. -I .C.. DEAR- NOAM = IF YOU SAT ON A TTACK. XA/OUL-O YOU 3E.TTINS THE. POfNT"? VOU YOU LASH IT .YE.L_T 7 JOE PALOOKA Show Your Stuff. By Ham Fisher A REG'LAR BOUT.'?} I'tL SAY/ BUT I AWT NO SUCKER-TEN EXTRA BUCKS A DAY LOOKS GOOD T'ME. I AINT SP01LIN' NOT SO HOT/ I TOOK HIS HARDEST SMASHES DO YOU \ WIT'OUT NO TROUBLE THINK OP All AN' X HELD ME H!MP r Xiss_~ __ OWN SUPPOSE I ARRANGED AN BOUT FOR THE DO YOU THINK YOU COULD TAKE HIM? YOU'D HAVE YOUR CHANCE WELL HE WOULDN'T USING YOU'ANYMOR AS A SPARRING PARTNER- YOU'D HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE--AND YOU MIGHT LIKE TO TRY YOUR KAYO ON HIM. BUT HE'S T'THINK IT'S ONLY A EXABISHUN REMEMBER/ BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Bnrney's a "Worried 3Ianl By Billy DeBeck SOUR WVFE'S PSK ttBR TO HS.P OUT, SRPiS - ttOW Y.ON6 DO MOU TVUNK ·5tteS VNUVCVU H LOUVLH MV.LUON-- I III IIIIUIIV RFTER PiLL-R HUS8RMO Bt^'W\PP / « » SPUT 50-50 -HUP ·} SHE WOULDN'T nil ( . SVTUW SO PRETTY 1111 III! U V ic \-f VJRSM'T FOR N\E -- R\6«T 0?F TW= REEL- MM TPiU.OU- ft COUPLPi Vft GOTTft CONVE OSS, BROKE - GONNPl GET ^A 1 ^ Coar. Mg._ K/fig Feature SyrnfmM, fn RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt fts THE BUSTtR." IEPME5 THE JWL HE MEHS MOLLV AND PINKY HOW'S PAT, BUSTER. ? Hf\VE M3U SfiEV* H\M ? EUT I'VE WEU ,YQU CAN TRY YOUR. LUCK WITH OLD 1 SOI TO GRIWTEFhCE INSIDE, · } SEE i ' BUT I DOH'l THINK HIM VtOiyLLGBI VERt NO, MOLLY. OUR THE. CHItf, 15 PlftYiHG SOME KIND OF ft r NOWIN' OOftV. UVOY. NOBOCff CAN | »U BET \QU SEE H)M. I'M VERY SORRf 5 ---*·--, ARE -- JUST KIDS He Lays His Cards On the Table. By Ad Carter I HAVEN'T THE SLIGHTEST IDEA AND WHAT DO YOU TW1NK HAPPENED WHILE I WAS THERE? AND DID MV APPLE DUMPLINS HAVE A NICE TIME? HELLO-MOMI JUST CAME PROM FATSO DOLAN'5 WEU_- MRS. O'REILLY CALLED MRS. DOLAN AN' THEY TALKED ABOUT THE CARD PARTY YOU LAST THURSDAY- AND WHAT THEY SAY? MOM-COULD WE DISCUSS THIS' CNER A PIECE OF APPLE PIE? MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop WELL. IT WAS CUR F=AULT TWAT HE , CO VCO UK. WE'RE COW THE IM G'VIN' HE SHOUUD THOUGHT) OP THAT BETOP?E CIO V^ KMOW THE . C2O GOOD!! ME HES SD SMART ' TOO !! TH' UVLL AWFUL LOMELV \ynwouT AMV IWTO TWAT AAESS WITH THE MECMAUIC4L TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Salute to Hie Ivory ratrol. By Lym Young HAS BEEN ORDERED BV CLOWN CLOWOy TO'VISIT" AND SECRETLY DISARM SOOGAT, THEIR NEXT V/CTJM- TIM, HOWEVER, INFORMS SOOSATAND SPUD OF THE HORSE- THIEVES' PLANS BUT THEY'LL HARM VOU,TIM,IFYOU RETURN TO CLOWDY WITHOUT DOING AS HE TOLD you JFIOONTTAKEl AT CHANCE/THE* MIGHT NOT SO THROUSH WITH /THE HOLO-UR / V N ^ C A N T V / FUMBLE THIS \ ( OPPORTUNITyTO ) V CAPTURE THOSE/ ^--.CROOKS-T' I DIDN'T SET HIS CLOWN, I'M POSITIVE NOW. HES TYLER/THE YOUNGEST PATROLMAN INTHE IVORY PATROL- IN DISGUISE/ SUNS AWAV? CLOWN, BL,T HE'LL BE EASY BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave AVj! CVST OCMV bAO D t'UL / SPECK.NOO'VE TEAM'S OP TUG: SN\UU VOUR UMCUE WAS -SORT vou OS OP, I GDESS. OL5TV IS ASiD -- " S

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