The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 15, 1938
Page 7
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TUESDAY-, FEBRUARY 15. 1'JSS. DAILY "COURIER, 'CONNELLSVILLE,' PA. PAGE SEVEN: The Daily Courier I Pattern Bring Out the Best of Your Figure in Smart Marian Martin Frock PATTERN 9634. . To look your slimmest sclt is a very simple matter . .. just make up thl Dress from Pattern 9834 and enjo; the knowledge that it really can "d things" for your figure. And it's easy to make this dress flt perfectly for every detail has been carefully planned to allow extra "room" wher you need it and extra flattery, too Take your choice ol ttirce types o sleeve. Let buttons brighten th yoke or trim the bodice below th soft bow. And let the skirt ft smoothly over your hips for best re cults. Choo#c a small monotone prln in silk or synthetic and for warm weather wear, you'll enjoy flock do voile or check batiste. Complet Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included. Pattern 0634. may be ordered onl in women's sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 4' 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 3 : yards 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins o ztamps (coins preferred) for EACfr MAKIAN MAHTIN" pattern. Bo sur to -write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE. SPIRIT O SPRING . . . put your wardrobe ir shape without delay! WRITE TO DAY for Marian Martin's NEW ISoo of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-tw pages of stunning clothes \ to carry you smartly through every "hour the day ... -whether you go to an o£ flee, school or party or stay busily a home. Revel in the charm ol thes oasy-to-scw patterns. ORDER NO\V PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PRICE OF PATTERN FIF-T CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERf TOGETHER-ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The CourU Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th S New York, N. Y. Aunt Sarah Peibody promised v quit drlvln' from th 1 back seat II Soth would, quit cookln' from th' dinner Uble. Politician! don't mually quit, they're Just kicked out from under th* plum tree. DEAR- NO«.M« 11= B,. OWEN PAID ALJ. HIS DEBTS, WOUU.O HS sni_i_ ee OWEN ^ M.F.W. SAN DIE^GO, OKU. 3EAR. NOAH" COUU.D /S CAESPENTIEIZ. yWAViE. A VENE1TIAN BL.INO BY STICKING HIS.FINGE.I5. IN His EL.YE: T MC OOWC1.U OVOWl-INrt NOAH«=IF* THE COWSl-IPS ON UOOKOOT MX, WIUU 3H61 BLJN HluU. IN BOSTON? JOE PALOOKA But 1 AJn't Foolln'I 'By/" Ham Fisher ·*£*.* PALOOKA MISSED A RIGHT" IT WHISTLED OV£R PEP'S FLAMWo _ POME ANP-WEHT WTO A CLINCH SAY IS TH1 THE GREAT PALOOKA WB'VB BEBN HEARING ._VY--J?OPNEY STA6BKSP.PAIOOKA WITH A 7TERRIRC RIGHT HAND TO THE JAW-- HE LED WITH HIS RI6HT AND THEN WH/PPEP IT/IN AGAIN -THERE'S A LEFT TO THE. BOPY AND --THE BELL? \ f .---n Q McXuiglit SyndJMlc. Inc. . j . [2-IB[ WISH YO WOULU QUIT FOOI.IN' WID HIM SUH. YO' eor CUTOVAH BARNEY . GOOGLE Snuffy Hops Up. By Billy DeBeck ftt*' CftU. W.NV OPP ee TO CUNCH VOVP HS CONteS NOUO-- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan · and Charlie Schmidt SURE OF THIS- CERTAINLY,WHS. it BEEN FILING PAPERS IN THE GO^ERNOR:S OFFICE. THEY DIDN'T KNOW I WAS THERE. VT'S 'THE BUSTER: :\NG, AND *OU KNOW HE CAN'T REACHED HE CAN AND WILL K REftCHED. NOT WITH MONEY I I KNOW HE'S UNTOUCHABLE. HE'Ll BE REftCHEO-UOT . \NITH SILVER OR. GOLD , BUT WITH lEftO GEE, KING, FORGET IT. WU VKJUT HPME, ANYWING TO DO W\TH W . NDU'RE DOING GREAT WORK AT THE CAPITOL. (SET BACK THERE AND KEEP \OUR- EftR.5 SPREAD MEPiN- WHII.E, PAT ftND PINKY BRING THEIR. RICONOI- TIONED .PLANE OUT OF £noagh to A Feller Bald. YOUR- Si STEP. HAS THg. RXGVVT IDEM MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop SHETWNKS TO Of THINKS ITLL N\AKE A MAN OP ME. WONT DO ME ANY V/HEN I WAS-A BOY I MISSED A TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Surylyal of the Fittest. By Lym Young THE CROOKS ARE ITMR1SMT HIND V NORTON BEWIMDTWOSE NOfrroM's DOUBLE-CROSSED TWEX.HAVEN'T COTACHAHCE AGAINST TWE CARAVAN SUDDENLY SEPARATES -FDRTWE ATTACK TVWfr.HOTBNfOU Y SUESSWE POUND CAUUNQ R3R / MIQUTASWELU WELP.WASA S\^ RIDEBACK-O ^^ f-a BIG SISTER By Les Forgravo HERE FOR ICO GOOO ( XT. V4EUU. IT AMtfr PORPOSE 1 . BOOK! IT HAD £n XT! sora=! cor \-r HERE 1 . AND FROhX NOVJ ONI HASSOVJES De.CASH. AI-^O IF VOli EXPECT TO BAT VDO'LX. CO ·SOME PRETTY BEGCIV i! KON AIW'T A UAOGKV T ·SWOO-O S«V VT^S AUfXOGH.' BOODV'.'WE. DO M30? \NWAT CASH? VF VOOVU OOST LOOK ·SEE -tME'tA-SW l-S A, CHECVC K\ADE OJT VAEiJ

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