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SATLRDA.Y, FEBRUARY 23, 1939 THE DA1L.Y COURIER, PA PAUB SEVL\ The Daily Courier Pattern CHIC, CASUAL BOLERO-FROCK P-VTTEKN 9892 Boleros are back--fox a smart f ing at the Spring season' And men t you glad especially since Marian Martin brings you Pattern 9902' Take our word for it, this ftared-skirt style is nice either as a tennis dress or in at- hoTie cotton 2SFow that Easter o the outdooi season are so near, ycu 11 want a new frock of each tjpe See --there a-e few pattern parts because of no waistline seam' A series of tucks takes its place making all so neat Don t you love the unusual sleeves of bolero and dress 1 Note that you can have most of your frock cut bias 1 Pattern 9992 may be ordered only 3n misses' and women's sizes 14 16, 18 20 32 34 36 38 40 and 42 S ze 16 entire ensemble, requires 4 5-8 yards 35 inch fabr c Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for this MARIAN MARTIN patt=-n Be sure to write plain!} your i12E NAME, ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER Order the MAHIA'V MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of latest Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your sewing program is off to a fine stall You'll be thrilled v.ith the number and variety of patterns including J9 for misses, 17 for junior misses 17 lor mations 19 foi childien Such lovely things--show ng it s a season for Color and Budget Wardrobes See easy-to-sew stjles for graduations, weddings, dances and boat taps See, too, plenty of everyday and stay-at-home clothes' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CEBITS Send you- order to The Daily Courier, Pattern Depirtment, 232 \V 18th St, New York N Y You u're Telling Mel By BILL BKAUCHPR .' A UNIVERSITY of California farm animal export says healthy pigs mjst be full of Vitamin B At last we know what that B stands for --bacon After reading the laUst news from Europe we realize the Wild Man From Borneo, of the circus of our youth, -was jubt a sissy * * * Foreign critics are mnsinea good bet in not revealing the miserable plight of the American baseball slives concentrated in the squalor of snappy resort hotels and forced to breathe the noxious atmosphere of Florida zephyrs Ore of the nicest things about a February Sunday is one doesn't iced to make up his mind whether a play golf or just toko a loig, "ooling drive into the countr * * # CALIFORNIA WOMAN', SEEKING DIVORCE CHAKGES HER HUSBAND WON'T QUIT LISTENING TO THE RADIO MAYBE HE'S AFRAID HE'LL MISS A NEW JOKE--IF ONE EVER IS BROADCAST NOAH -IF A (31B.I- A /WAN THd AIR- CAN F A DOOK_ WAS /vS/'iR-, COUL-D TCLJ PT_OWE^2S IN IT "? W S ELUi-S PU*WNFlia-J NO* MOAH-WAS TH THE THE! SUM "7 -T K - JOE PALOOKA Lund Ho. By Ham Fisher WE'LL BE PUTTIN6 IN AT PORT OP SPAIN SHORTLY SIR, YOU MAY GO ASHORE FOR SEVERAL. T-2 THANKS HOURS. , 1K STEWARD. v !'U_ BE GLAD 1 T'GIT ON LAND PER A LITTLE THIS HERE'S PART OF TH' BAHAMAS. PORT OP SPAIN 19 TH' CAPITOL. BE6 PARDON WE RE NO WHERE 'NEAR THE BAHAMAS, WE PASSED THEM PAYS AGO. PORT OP SPAIN IS IN TRINIDAD. NOTHIN'-- \Â£ CTIST THAT IT'S A GOOD THINS T'WEAR. A HAT IN TH' HOT SUN. I'LL LOOK AROUND. I A1NT THIRSTY. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH tasted Words of Woe. By Billy DeBeck NEMER WUZ ONE TO GO ' PRONS f^ew BUT NW PCCfteUE OU VNOMPifi'S GOT XH % N\\SÂ£RY IN HER LEG RN 1 NOT B STOKM TO t'N\ WERREO VT S GONMB BE Pi BEETLE PiVNKWRRO PER ~W PORE SOUL NO ROOF OVER r\ER I.M THIS FU5USH I COULD SORRV -- THE WlORTGRGE ON H\S DOWNS tt\UJS \- CUE \ l o tetw THE M O N E / W V S G L P BUT THE UNCERTBU^W THE SATUPCUOt* - RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt RECUPT fOR. THftT PUNCH OS THE JMN SO YOU'O RtSSGN, MY GIRL FROM ME . -AND YOU / I GIVE. 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