The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 23, 1939
Page 15
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1I1UHSDVY FEBRUARY ^3, 19JJ THE DAILY C O U R I E R COiSNE'LLSVI'LLE PA The Dai/y Courier Pattern BOLERO-ADORNED MATRON DRESS 2 \TTHRN 8990 Here's a slc-ndeiizmg new style to jive you your ne\t silhouette ooleio (or jou maj liive a jacket 1 ) E -irgmg ou breezily ato\e a sol fluttery skirt Yom fuends \vill love the effect--and you too, when jou catch a glimpse of voitrself in a riir ror The making is just as you li^ it--very eas The shirnngs tha hold the bodice softness deftly in place arc simple to manage So is he slimming gndie band, which from the sides becomes a soft belt tied the center back The sleeves nay have a long lace-edged slash--anc curved or st iigrt tdge Pattein 9990 rmy be ordered oily In women s sizes 34, 36, 38 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48 Size 36, entire en- scmole, reqiji es 4 3 8 yards "59 inch fabric and 2 3-8 jaids lace edging Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for this M4.RIA. M4.RTIN patt--n Be sure to write phinly you) SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE MJMBFR OrJer «hc M4BIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of latest Spring (Fashions and KAOW that jour sewing prognm is of! to a fine stall' You 11 be thrilled v.ith the number nnd \anety o£ patterns, including 39 for misses 17 for junior mis»es 17 for matrons IS foi children Such lovely things--showing its a season foi Color and Budget Wardrobes' See easy-to-sew styles for graduations, weddings, dances and boat tups See too plenty of everyday and stay-at-home clothes' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PA.P- TERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Send your order *o The Daily Counei, Pattern Depirtment, 232 W 18th St, New YojJt N Y She Is Threatened Patricia Taurog of Norman Tnurog, Hollywood director, is doaely guarded r film IF MILK WEEDS IN MY OEJCHAED WOULD I H/AR-VEST /WZS WAUTCRJ3 DEAR- NOAH"IF? AUSTEIA SC3T HUNSAR--C WOULD SHE FTe-T- TURKE.V IN TTP^g* - ' JOE PALOOKA TUi.Uta. Rilcol. By Ham Fisher YOU KIN GO THAT'LL BE ALL TH BOXIN T'DAY. I GOTAWIRELESS V/ \FROM SPOONER.HE ^ SAYS TH' JOINT AINT ) HAD A CUSTOMER SINCE WE LEFT,THM , HELP QUIT AN' A J GUY WANTS ^ T'TAKETH'LEASE OFF OUR HANDS. IT'S TH' BEST THIN6 COULD HAPPEN TO US.THERE AINT NO USE KEEPIN'OPEN NO MORE. AN' IF WE DON'T TH' OFFER OF TH' 6UY WHO'LL TAKE,,, TH LEASE "^x-l-A ft A --WE'LL BE PAYIN RENT ON TH' JOIN PER TWENTY YE, I'M GONNA WIREL1 OUR LAWYER T'Q', SEE TH'GUY WHO^ WANTS TH' PLACE/V' AN' TELL SPOONER, ' T'CLOSE TH OTJ1NT.OKAY WITH YOU S ,,,,. if BARNEY GOOGLE nnd SNUFFY SMITH Barnej's "Riought to Boolv." By Billy DeBeck RADiO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt 1 SHHHH QUIET, PINKY/ HERE COMLS THE CHIEF MAYBE ID -.TTER TURH ON VJIEPS , SO HE U LET Ml OUI OF HIRt SMART ALECK , HUH 1 THOUGHT YOU PUT OVER, ft ffY5T ONE ON ME. YOU PULLED THftT GAG ON ME SO YOU COUtD (SET DOWN HERl W TALK VJHY, CHIEFY,YOU THINK OF THE FUNNH5T THINGS JUST KIDS Cuinpus Chatter. By Ad Carter I JUST CAMS FROM DONALD PARKERS BIRTHDAY PARTY- AN' TALK ABOUT THE SWELL EATS--A BUFFOON LUNCH WAS SERVED --WHAT VOUD CALL A LGWT COALITION ITS AWFU^ WEATHER WE'VE 1 BEEN HAVI k « LATELY-THE, HUMILITY IS SO ' ITS A WONDER EVERVCNE ISNT SUFFE^NS FROM HEAT WHEN DON AN I SET BIS WELL SO TO DIMMERS -PORMA1VE AFFAIRS WHERE WE SET DRESSED UP AK WEAR OUR TUX.1CA.B SUITS WTHOUT TAILS WHERE DID YOU LEARN ALL THERES NeflHIN'TO rr-MY COU3N VISITED US DURINS , _ THE HOLIDAYS-ANV rv HES DON'" -^ * WERE W^STIM' OJ15 TIME TI^IN TO HIGH HAT'RHIMELAMDEH 11 HE 5 GOT PLEhfTV OF OTHER TRENDS'! THEY WERE EVEK FAQNG H1A\ A~ /WCVIE -HEATRE THIS - - - · · MUGGS McGINNIS By V/ally Bishop /'SAV, WHV DOMV WE PRETEND THAT WE RE FRIEWDLV AGAIM ,AK|_SPEAK-0 HIM? MAYBE J/ WE CAW FIMD OUT WHO THE \f REST OF HIS FRIENDS A.RE ) AND GET THEM : ^ I OM CUR SIE5EJI HI-YA, TIM TYLER'S ' LUCK Tint's Who's Boss Around Here! By Lym Young I DARE YOU AND VOUR PALTOSTEP FROM BEHIND YOUNG TYLER, CLOWN -- HE STAYS IN FRONT OF US UNTIL YOU COME OUT AND SURREN YOU RE SMART,500GAT7 AND NOWV\^L RELIEVE THI5ISTHE SECONDTIME VOWE ROBBED ME CLOWN VERyWELLFOLLOW YOU OF THETWO NEW HORSES YOU BOUGHT RECENTLV BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave DEW PLEASE, PLEA-SE TELL ME Dl-S' ^E AGREED SOT Y'^KXSS VJAVJTED EM T NsJAS Tt GET MV vgw^-CVC DIDN'I* VOELL-E'R.-DACV \«5 I ME OOT COKA\Ni' TO VAH

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