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

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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JVVEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE NINE The Daily Courier Pattern 10-Gore Skirt Spells "Youth" in New Marian Martin Frock PATTERN 9629. Fashion designers say, "Look to your silhouette" If you want to be smart this season. And ncrc's'Mar- lon Martin's answer in Pattern 9629 ... a dress that stands out as a style leader! It's silhouette perfect . . . . broadened at the shoulders by the perky slit sleeves, slim at the hips and reaching a peak of perfection In Its 10-gore skirt String bows at the neck and sleeves add a dash of spice while tiny tucks below the yoke control the slight, but young fullness in the bodice. You'll find this dress delightful in any gay printed cotton but for a more Important effect, choose wash silk, linen or sheer cottons. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart Included. Pattern 9629 may be ordered only In misses' and women's sizes 12, 14 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 30, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3 5-3 yards 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS Jn coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF BPRING ... put your wardrobe in shape- without delay! WRITE TO DAY for Marian Martin's NEW Book of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-two pages of stunning clothes to carry you smartly through every hour of the day ... whether you fco to an office, school or party or stay busily at home. Revel In the charm ol these easy-to-scw patterns. ORDER NOW1 PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your Older io The Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St, New York, N. Y. You're Telling Me! By WHJUAMR1TT Central Press Writer THE TOUGHEST JOB la the world li that of a poet trying to write a poem about th« beauties of spring--and unablt to think straight twcause of a heavy head cold. » · · Som* misers are popular. They an the fellows who Insist on keeping their opinions to themselves. * * * A man named J. H. O. H. C G. O. S. J. T. Ten Brook is discovered living in a Now York town, Zadok Dumbkopf thinks Ten Brook could pick up some easy change selling some of those initials to the federal government. * · * Happy is tha person who discovers it's far easier on the facial muscles to smile than frown. * * * And now the Japanese are accused of poaching salmon in th* Alaskan waters. We can visual- 1« Japan's reply--so sorry, but it's an undeclared fishing trip. /foAH NuMSKUU, DEAE. NOAH-- DOE1S A cuocx. STfaitee BECAUSE THEL TICKS BITE T o.i/«t.vN ri.oM». r r N :. PEAR, NO»J-»--DID TO TAKJS. A A^OTOE.- AVlN'S E54A/VMNAT1ON 7 DONT pdaoirr NUMI». FTWS-- MAIL, vexjeg Tourrc:,lo r*s*H JOE PALOOKA Ho Still Doesn't 1 Know. By Ham Fisher I'VE FOUHTALL JC/NPS A PEOPLE.! AWT GOT NO SCROOPLES AGAINST NOBUPPY ON ACCOUNT OP WHAT THEY THAT'S TPE CH/JRJTY'i.1- MES0E 6ITA GOOD PE/AC FROM MY SH/4RE. VIP you EVER F/6HT- A SOUTHPAW BEFORE EV'RYBUDDY'S THE SAMS T'ME, AS LONG AS THEY'RE PEC/WT. GOT IT \ .WRONG 0-OEO A SOUTHPAW IS * A PORTSIDSR. IF YA NEVER POUSf/r ONE YOU'RE LIABLE. THAVE, o TROUBLE, li P JOE B4LOOKA THEY'RE REAPY WELL PER LISS GOOPNtSS \ YA SUR, £ BARNEY GOOGLE That Makes Easy Pickings. By Billy DeBeck DOWN, SNUFFY- SOU OUGHT TO KNOVO Ct'S RGft^ST THE UAVJ TO PICK OTHER PEOPLE'S S=R.UVT TREES -OF CQURSE-AF SOME. OF ORftNGES HftPPEN TO OE UfWINtf 'ROUNO ON THE GROUMD- TUftT'S MOllt PMD SftCTE. BftTJlt TOR. POSSE'SION OF TVlt CftHOt RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt JUST KIDS JOHN-MY WIFE IS GOIN3 TO HAVE HER HAIR BOBBED Picket 'Em, Boys! By Ad Carter SO IS MINE NEITHER WILL I --HERE COMES TIM MY WIFE IS GOING TO HAVE HER HA.1R BOBBED AND I WONT STAND MUGGS McGiNNIS , By Wally Bishop IMS. KING HATUUCS 5YMUCAT1. UK. ' ...WELL. WHERE. ARE SKIS? TIM TYLER'S LUCK Tim Gathers His Wits Together. By Lym Young / I T S UlCKV FOR US WE MET / vou, NORTON , OR WE WOULDNT V HPVE KNOWN THE. BONANG* ^^N BRIDGE HfrS BEEN WASHED IT-IT SCCW\S-TOME THERE WAS A CANS IN A CAVE AND- AND-GEE-_ 1 CAN'T I\L GET yOU ALL ACROSS THE RNER" IN MY BOAT AT ROCKY POINT- TWITCHIE, YOU HIDE IN T -AND WHEN THOSE ROCKS TOKOER- / NORTON AND THE TlfA-ITS ME- SPUD-- TELL US WHAT'S KLOSS AND 1 WHJ. HIDE HERE- CARAVAN! PASS- WE1?E TO FIRE AT YOUR SIGNAL AND WIPE OUT EVERX- BODtt INCLUDING NORTON BIG SISTER By Les Forgrove Bur,-SPECK! voo DON'T "V \NWArrjusT \»4O» WOMJ uM OOR f OME C¥^K O 1 , CIGARETTES'. oo A.S T TEI_\_ voo AKJO SEMO SODO^ AFTER, 'EM 'FORE T LOSS'S tAV P/STIENCE AMO DOSS 1. OOJ'T KfAOsM VAOVN VNOCH OP I CAM POT OP \NITV*.\F VT

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