The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 22, 1939 · Page 15
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February 22, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLIS, PA. FAUJli The Daily Courier Pattern JUNIOR MISS 'GIRDLE" FROCK PATTERN 0739. Fascinate your latest swain with this gay, made-in-a-jifly dress! Pattern 9739 is so very seductive, flaunting as it does a squai-e, ruffle-trimmed neckline, puffed sleeves, buttoned-up bodice back, and slenderizing, hug-me-tight 'girdle band. Even if you're unaccustomed to sewing, you can follow through every cutting and stitching detail successfully . . . easily too, since the diagrammed Se\v Chart of the pattern is such a help-mate! Plan to blossom cut at Easter--if not before--in this Marian Martin creation. A bowknot or flower print would be lovely! Pattern 8739 may be ordered only In junior and misses' sizes 10, 12, 14 18 and IS. Size 14 requires 3 yards S9 inch fabric and 1% yards ruffling Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Order the MARIAN- MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of latest Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your sewing program is oft to a fine start! You'll be thrilled with the number and variety o£ patterns, including 3! for misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 for matrons, 19 for children. Such lovely things--showing it's a season for Color and Budget "Wardrobes See easy-to-sew styles for graduations, weddings, dances and boa trips. See, too, plenty o£ everyday nnd stay-at-home clothes! BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. . . Send your order to The Bail. Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Mel __By BILL BRAUCHER 1 Jos Louis' next opponent seems to be appropriately chosen. Nothing like a Roper for stringing the customers. · * * Strikes of elevator operators are .becoming common in New York. JThc idea seems to be up irith wages, down with hours. * * * A Cleveland -woman asked for a divorce because her husband bought seven automobiles in four years. ·She'd hardly get used to driving from one back scat before he ! broucnfc home annthor- » « » Tho Soarinff Society held a- con* rention in New York recently. Wt ircil't quite sure about this orgrtmi- tatian, but hazard tins guess that it's m somo way concerned with \axe8. n ' # * When George cut down that cherry tree, do you suppose the old 'man made a few cutting remarks? The senators probably misnmjir- itood President Roosevelt. Perhapi fie said the .American frontier is up In Maine and Vermont, /(OAM NUMSKUU, NO/WIF YOU A CAR.PENTES1- AND HE SITS DOWN TO F!FST ON HIS TOOL. BOX,IS HS. CN THE: L.EVEJ-, OR ON THE SQUASH"? Cl-JNTON . IOWXH. CRA2.T ABOUT A A\AN SHE CANT /WMSK"X SHOU1-D SHE (SET A JOE ( PALOOKA A Sivull Biincli By Ham Fisher BOYS IT ISN'T PAIR. THIS PLACE IS LOSING A PORT COMES HERE. IT CAN'T GO ON/ YOU DON'T HAFTA BE A GENIUS TO SHE IT. MFUWAUSV* AND MR. PAUOOKA HAVE INSISTED ON KEEPING IT GOIN6 IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT IT'S COST THEM EVERYTHING THEY HAD LEFT. I'M SPEAKING FOR THE HELP. WE « KNOW IT'S BECAUSE THEY DON'T WANT TO THROW US OUT OF JOBS-LET'S QUIT OF OUR. 7 OWN ACCORD. ^ THEN THEY CAN CLOSE,WE CAN GET JOBS. YOU PEOPLE IV IF THE PEOPLE \ ARE PRETTY -i KNEW PALOOKA GRAND TO D® 1 AS WE DO-THEY'D IT. THE PLACE S.NEVER BELIEVE CAN BE RENTJED. THAT SCANDAL" A FELLOW WANTS/ AND THIS WOULD IT FOR A ' r-^ HAVE BEEN THE SKATING r-a MOST SUCCESSFUL RINK. ^ _y V_, RESTAURANT IN TOWN. BARNEY GOOGLE nnd SNUFFY SMITH Snuffy Expects A IJie Haul. By Billy DeBeck -X GOT \_F\UNORM GOOCW PlNO X ttfiO UJNCtt \Ntt\CM SET RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt OH, I KICKED THE OLD TURKEY IN THE SHIN ftND HE DIDN'T SEEM TO CftRt fOR. \T. WftTS ftSSftLMI, OR. 15 IT ftRSON ?-HE SEEMED PLENTY BURNED UP..... BE5IDES, I THOUGHT YOU MIGHT WftNT lOmiME SOMETHING THERE ! I a GWE PLENTY OF TIME TO COOL OFF FOR- THE LOVE. OF PETE, WHY ARE VOU HIRE ? WRE'S ft PLAN Of CONCESSION CWRUE'S HOUSE. HI'S UNCLE JOE. W HRD THE WRONG DOPE ON MIKE. HE'S ft GOVERNMENT MftN. QtT THIS DIAGRAM TO HIM -AND FIND SftUX -SHE KNOW5 ·SOMETHING ABOUT THIS MURDER. JUST KIDS A Cleiirer Visibility. By Ad Carter WELL-I'VE aVEN UP O6ARS BECAUSE VDU DOJ'T LIKE TMEM-SARAK- I 8OUSHT THE PIPE I'VE BEEN LOOKINJ6 AT FOR -££" A TWO N " ' WEEKS YES-SIR-A P'Pc IS '* A ME-MAN'S MUGGS McGINNIS By Waily Bishop r -WATS FUNNY!! I CX3MT SEE A SOUU AF5CJJNJD · HERE !! r OH.PARCOW/AE'.I ME^U TO t=vasnrej vou X GAJT g,OOf=y \ NMEA/E. GcJT To WMD ABOUT TUVSV.THE lOUT WE ER AWAY USTEM! "WEP5E IT A2AIM... OM X MISTce* VU FOR A- FfStEMD TM SUPPOSED TO MEET 1 -! THE EMPTY LOT!! TIM TYLER'S LUCK Soogat Holds Doivn the "Fort," , Lym Young IDONT DARE TO. N/ DELAY 'EM BY FIRE-AND THEV'RE / TALKING UNTIL ALMOST TO THE 1 I CAN SNEAK oooa SPUD r V OUT, SOOOAT THEHORSETHIEVES FIRE AT THE SHUTTERED WINDOW 1 . L\STew' o 1 THL.UM' UMCLE WE A*J,O DE VCkDS CA-N1 BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave LX5NG AS DE-V UIVCE ? VS M-V sMAv ~TO OO PA.L,?

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