The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1938 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 11, 1938
Page 15
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1938. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIFTEEN. The Daily Courier. Pattern Tailor Your Own Way To Chic With Marian Martin's Aid , PATTERN 0631. You don't even have to be sn export seamstress . . . just follow tbc ·simple instructions that arc Included with Pattern 9631 and fceloro you know it this dress will be finished and looking very processional. It' one of those simple little fiocks tha carries a very special air of youni chic . . . the kind you can wear al most nnywherc. Make it up in vivic lightweight wool for mid-season and early Spring . . . copy it in rough crepe or spun rayon for formal afternoon wear and in gay prints, silk, cotton or synthetic for home use now and all-around wear when warm weather comes. You'll love the flattery o£ both the notched collar and the snug Peter Pan. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included. Pattern 0631 may be ordered only in misses* and women's si/.os 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16 requires 3 ] /i yards 30 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Ba sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF SPHENG . . . put your wardrobe in shape without delay! WRITE TODAY for Marian Martin's NEW Hook of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-two pages of stunning clothes to carry you smartly through ever? hour of the day ... whether you go to an ol- ilee, school or party or stay busily at home. Bevel in the charm of these casy-to-sew 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 Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. Th 1 politician with the hokum don't get very far with th' man with th f hoc. Cm Phlpps tlll cherlihei th' lice Valentino she got by mlstako bftck In 1897. /{OAK NUMSKUU, G-E.TS A-*I.SO WAVIC. OUT OF HEJS HUSBANfxS ht.oo pee.. WCEJ. W. RA. WASE1S, WIL.U IT BE; A CRIMEA vyAvBi.7 Blt-w /WAFO- i-ejoaic, OHIO . NOAH- WHEN Ttou CAT IN A DINING CAC-, ^jiE. VOL OININS WITH THE. 7 MLJRJiX MUlUtf PO !.«:»-- /AAIU. JCAS TO MOAH- NOW 1 JOE I PALOOKA f Let Er Go. By Ham Fisher . LAOBBZ AH --IT e;ves MB THE GREATEST PLEASURE TO 1NTKOPVCB TUB. HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPBSN OF THE MJRLP-- OTOE PALOOKA- WHO IB DONATING ENT7RE PURSE TO CHARITY REP RODNEY- POPULAR HEAVYWEIGHT CONTENDER FROM SEATTLE. PROGRAM COMES TO you ^ FROM THE RINGSIDE OF THE OTOE -tN R4L00K4-RED ROPNEV Ff6Hr ,, Ar Div/6BYv SEATTLE FIQHT CLUB? BARNEY GOOGLE It's Sight Unseen For Snuffy. By Billy DeBeck SNUFFV-VSN'T DVO He SO OF err THE. eee\cH- 90UTE C'NVON-- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt OUTNUMBERED, SUCK." AND 'CHUNKY' DECIDE TO WELL / 1HE ftCE OF DIAMONDS ~ ITS ft GOOD THING VOU FOUND FRIEND5 IN TWS PM« OF THE JUST. P MINUTt . INSPECTOR., WWT YOU TO Gtt A ~ OOSE-UP OF SOMETHING JUST KIDS For Reasons Of Kls Own. By Ad Carter OOSH-MOM^(BLESS MV) -I'M AWFUL.// APPLE GLAD / (DUMP YOU'RE S.VHEART GOINS TO HAVE; YOUR HAIR BOBBED YOUNG MAN-I HAVE MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO THINK ABOUT THAN YOUR REPORT CARD SRAN'PA-DID YOU EVEd PLAY ROMEO TO CLEOPATRA'S JULIET? HERE'S REPORT CARD- POP MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop QOSH...T... IXSW'T EVEN! , WHERE XD M ..\WDULt VoU BE. WIU-IMQ TO ACCEPT A XO HAVE THIS Lt\J serA£oU-AR. F3«. rrv. PACSIMILI ·? TIM TYLER'S LUCK OW 3Iun Norton Spills the Beans Lym Young YEP-THERE'S A GANG OF BANDITS HIDING BEHIND THOSE ROCKS/READV TO MOW DOWN CARAVAN - I WAS ONE OP THEIR Gr\NG,BUT AIM TO DOUBLE- CROSS THEIA -BUTWHYDOX3U ' LEAD USAUAOST TO THE POINT OP OUR DESTRUCTION AND THEN TELL US HOW DO YOU KNOW ? ^-BECAUSE I WANT ^ OU AND YOUR MEN TO . HELP ME. CAPTURE J w THEIA ^S BUT OUR NATIVE PORTERS THEY WONT FIGHT-- HE'S HOLDING BACK TO GIVE US TIME. TO GET SET FOR THE AMBUSH IHE CARAVAN'S HALTED, CHIEF- 1 CAN SEE NORTON TALKING TO THE LEADER BIG SISTER By Les Forgrovo WE,'S CONE 1 . VOENT UKE | MAVBEVJE.CANGE.T A. FLASH. 1 £ A BETTER. LOOK HE V4AS TOO / VEAM.BOT T COT /X PA.ST FOR \ GOOD LOOK AT VMS '.\ iXi KMOVJ HIM V?'"

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