The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 7, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 7, 1938
Page 9
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 103S. THE DAltY COITRIER, CONNELtSVfiXB, PA'. PAGE NINE The Daily Courier Pattern Marian Martin Jacket Frock Designed for Gracious Living PATTERN .0625. If you have "curves" to conceal or "angles" you'd like filled out, here's just the style for you ... a Jnckc Frock, from Pattern 9625. Simple »smart and ready to take you nny- ·wherc! Every detail ol this oasy-to- sew style is designed to flatter graciously and completely. In th dress, note the way the collar fall into soft jabots and how smartly thi yoke and full sleeves are cut in one piece. And sec what becoming line, are achieved by the height-adding center panel. As to the Tuxedi Jacket it foils in straight tallorct lines becoming to all. Choose gay prints 1£ you are slender, and imsl monotones it you want to look slim mer. Complete Diagrammed Marian Martin Sew Chart included. Pattern 9625 may be ordered only in women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46. Size 36 requires 8% yard 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins 0 stomps (coins preferred) for EACJ 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 Wook of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-tw pages of stunning clothes to carry you smartly through every hour o the day ... whether you go to an of lice, school or party or stay busily a home. Kcvel in the charm o* thes casy-to-scw patterns. ORDER NOW PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courie Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me! By WILLIAM KIT! Central Prci« Writer THE LEANINO TOWER ot ' Plia, Italy, la leaning father than It «ver has, according to a news dispatch. At last, Muuo- llnl'c ego should bo satisfied--h* has even Pisa's tower bowing: before him. » w · In France frightened peasants thought war had broken out when the aurora borealls turned the midnight s5de» red. In Germany, it was simply regarded, ot course, as Just more communist propaganda. * * V Six thousand Italian soldiers were killed by Ethiopians In the last two months, according to a cabled dispatch. Tha trouble with conquering a nation. It seems, is it doesn't stay conquered. * · · It accma there Is something elso besides patriotism behind · the bravery, of Chinese troops facing overwhelming Japanese odds. A Chinese general who loet a battle has been executed. CAN'T *C " YOU *B". FUAT T " SPAK6TAN Bu ft**.*. C. THE Fi'SAMU'T SIUVE«. WAS . MISSING. WOUL.D THE TINFOIL. THE BANDIT 7 5*N DEAR. NOAH-DID TOO. EVER, seie. A OQ.U. , , WITH BARE HANDS AT JOE, PALOOKA Finis! By Ham Fisher TO YUMA TOP/Y WITH SAM LE k4Y 1VELL. K«OWW JNPEPENPENT PRODUCER RAL.OOKA PICTURE SiiSMS^i.^i^E^ ^ *,: © McXmRht Syndicate, IIK, BARNEY GOOGLE A QncsHon of Distance. By Billy DcBcck OUR. DE OOUSUB DE PRLMETTO?* VFVSSUH-- POUND 3e\NO ft RAT HOUE-- K. SPTtH / RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt INSPECTOR. MftGGIN EKCHf^GE SHOTS VNITH THE OCCUPftNTS OF WE I'M NOT GOING K Bt CftUGHT UKt h RAT N ft TRAP, rw GOING TO MftKl fi BRWK. fOR. TOftT H C^NOtJ- ^ JUST KIDS A Game Loser. By Ad Carter I KNOW VOU DON'T WANT MOM TO HAVE IT DONE-00 YOU THINK SHE WILL? I THINK SHE WILL POP-IS MOM GO1MO TO HAVE HER HAIR SOBBED?/ / I NEVER WON AN ARGUMENT WITH MOM EITHER. YOU SBOUU3NT FEEL SO BAD-POP MRS.SIEBSff'/S' TO HER HAIR BOBBED AND MR. STEBBJMS IS KOT , JBJT' MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop f VEAU! MoW you H1AA To TAKE.TW SACK WHERE m COPYRIGHT. I93 KING FCA1 TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Horse Without A Mount. By Lym Young MORTON WON'T HAVE AW 1ROUBLE U1RING THE CAWAVAN INTO OUR TRAP-AND THEV WON'T SUSPECT WILD,SOFT-SPOKEN OLD GENT ·vc-v .. _y-^*^ ^fei^iUJ^*^. BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave ·SPECK. cewrA\vn/ \=, MAKV^JG -we MOST TvAE.pLOOR.AMD MEVNSPAPERS

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