The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 8, 1938
Page 9
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i TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S, 103S. THE DAILY COURIER; CONNELLSVn.LB, PA. PAGE NINE The Daily Courier Pattern Be Practical or Frivolous in Marian Martin Apron PATTERN' 9628. It you want to settle down really to the 'business of housekeeping, make up Pattern 9628 View A In a email spaced print and edge the shoulders and bottom with black rick-rack. You'll find this such neat and tidy apron you'll want several. If it's a tea-party you're preparing lor, use the katne pattern, but for View B choose sheer dotted swiss and soft ruching . . . you'll be proud to have your triends "catch" you In such a dainty, nattering apron. The basic lines are the same in each . colt fullness in the bodice, trim shaping at the waist with becoming seams below. You'll do well to hove at ]eas£ one of each on hand. Complete Diagrammed Marian Martin Sew Chart included. Pattern 8628 may be ordeicd only in sizes small, medium and large. Small size. Apron A, requires yards 36 inch fabric and 3% yards rick-rack; B, 1 7-8 yards 36 inch fabric and I is yards ruffling. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for KACH MARIAN MARTJN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, UAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE SPIH1T OF SPRING . . . put your wardrobe in shape without delay! WRITE TODAY for Marian Martin's NKW Uook ot SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-two pages of stunning clothes to cjrry you smartly through every hour of the day ... whether you go to an office, school or party or stay busily at homo. Revel in the charm of these easy-to-sew patterns. ORDER NOW! PRICK OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENIS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS, 'BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. J You're Telling Me! [ V ' " ' """"" "· ~ ---- -i ·- By VVILUAJU £IT2 Central Press Writer GEN. FRANCISCO FRANCO, leader ox,Spanish rebela. Issued only one ultimatum and one proclmtlon this week. He evidently is busy luldressuig his Christmas cards. Maybe the reason Alabama Is always being picked to play in the Ross Bowl game is that the teams are picked alphabetlcilly. It lecms that the pickers can't get beyond A, · · « Money does not bring a maa friends. But it will give him a lot ot excellent, though temporary. Imitations. · » · X noted writer says that all those explanations the Japanese government Issues in reference to Its activities in China are "excellent fiction", f i c t i o n ? -shucks, they don't even make good reading! · · · London bas Just experienced the worst Jog in 1U history. Judging by the present diplomatic situation it must hav« spread all over Europe. OCAE. NO°H- DO THS. SAtUOKSS ON THE". BU»CK SA WEAft. OAIC.K GUAS'SEISS 7 A.I_«W ocm»oiT.A"ci --WIL.L. A P|5f IN A PBtN WITH " HOW rr TAKE: TH TO AVMCC. A QUATBUB. 7 *· . "OMfc JOE .PALOOKA' Awakening. By Ham Fisher WOT'LL I DO? OHM WOT'Lt r " 'Y WHOLE (?) Me?!aught Syndicate, Jnc. r SHE MEANT T'ME. HOW KIN X UVBf THAT FACE, THAT VOICE-THEM " --THEY'LL HAUNT WE F0REV£« WOT'S TH' USE OF LIYIN'? t IT DON'T NOTHIN' NO MORE HOW COULP PO THIS WHY TH UNGRATEFUL sHE PJDN'T LOfE ME A TALL// J60T IT/ SHE NEEPEP ME-AN' WHEN SHE WAS THROUGH"* GOT TM' GATE/ OH OTOE-WHAT'VE. DONE ? SHE WAS A 'HOI""' BARNEY GOOGLE On .the Trnll of Quarters. By Billy DeBeck : ft DftV » JUS' FOR. ft ROOM ». THE NERVE OF THOSE GUVS WE'LL NOSE AROUND ft** PVNO SOME UTTLE ttOTEL. ON THE "SIDE, "STREETS WHPiODA VPi SPiV, SNUPPV " . 'BOUT TWO CULLERS WOULD ee RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt' FRO* THE OXKPIT OF SUCK'S PlftNE, MOLLY AND PINKY WKtCH THE BMUE LOOK.MOILY/ 1OUR. TWIN IS GOING TO THi CfiNot , JUST KIDS TVhcn Things Strjkc Home. By Ad Carter MR.BRANNERA I IJUSTWENT ) OVER TO SEE \ MRS.BPANNER^) AN 1 SHE GAVEy/ ME A PIECE X OF CAKE/-^ X y ^_ -i*Bi6 /V.\ FINE-MY BOY AN' I THINK THAT'S WHAT SHE'S GONNA OO I TOLD HER THAT MY MOM IS GONNA GET HER' HAIR BOBBED AM' I TOLD HER' IT WOULD BE VERY NICE IF SHE GOT HER HAIR BOBBED, TOO MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop !! .. REMEMBAH VWUT HAPPeM'OTo Po'oU X HOPE Vt3U VtoKlV FIMO YOUR. HEAD HAS COWr«ICHT I9J! KfNS ftATURU SYNOlCATt. Int. J- ft TIM TYLER'S LUCK Old Man Norton Olieys Orders. By Lym Young S HIS HORSE / MUSTVE TRIPPED I AND THROWN HIM, N. SPLID -i r~ 2L V / ; STRANGER, WHAT'S LJ THE FOOTBRIDGE OVER THE STREAM A THE CONDITION OF THE /MILE AHEAD HAS BEEN WWSHED OUT, BUT I BONANGK TR WL rf HAVE A BOAT DOWN yONDER AT-cx ROCKY POINT BEYOND HERE ? V ANDx^VU FERRV YOUR ^ PART/ ACROSS DONKEV AND RIDER APPROACH lNGER LEADS THE TWO WORY PATROLfAEN TO WS UNR3RTUN/VE YOUNG MASTER BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave VOOKMCAN TVVST A-S VJE«-U A-5 I DO. NEED \S TO HAME OAO -j- JP 5OOM ^NERE ODlMG TO BE Ocrt- OP POOO TO

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