The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 2, 1939 · Page 11
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March 2, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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THURSDAY, "MARCH 2, 1939 Itiia OAILY COURIER, COKNISLLSVLUL15, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern TWO-VERSION YOUNGSTER DRESS! PATTERN" 9996. For the budding charms ol thi two-to-ten-year-olds you love make these fetching little Easter dresses' (.When children run and play, the full skirts swing out si merrily that they're a ]oy to \vatch' Both versions are easy lor mothe" to run up on the sewing machine, oni turn ·with ribbon bows and ruffles or a butterfly applique, bultons an biaid Choose between open cap o pun* sleeves--and decide, too, vhelh ci you prefer collarless or collar-fin ished neckline See--the slcirt bus now slightly raised waist! ne, n ipired by latest grown-up fashions' Pattern 9996 may be ordered onl: In children s sizes 2, 4 6, 8 and ] ( Sue 6, dress with collar, require 1 7 4 yards 35 inch fabric and 2 7/8 yards ]ace Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for this MAHIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write- plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER Order the MAHIAN MARTIN PATTERN BOOK of latest Spring Fashions, and KNOW that your sewing program is off to a fine start' You'll be thrilled with the number and variety of patterns, including 39 for misses, 17 for junior misses, 17 for matrons, 19 for children Such lovely things--showing it's a season for Color and Budget Wardrobes! See easy-io-sew styles for graduations, weddings, dances and boat trips See, too, plenty of everyday and stay-at-home clothes' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Send your Older to The Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St, New York, N Y \You're Telling Me\ L. By BILL BRAUCHER 1 Mussolini, the way we get it, wants to divorce Tunisia and Cornea from France but hasn't said anything about paying any alimony. * * * Germany is melting down church tells and converting them into armament. Wonder if they ever forget to first file off the lettering:--*'Peac« on earth. Good will toward men." * * * Latest Paris fashions, we read, «oon will feature the wasp waist Oh! Oh' lhat means Mora is again about to put the bee on Dad's pock etbook. * · * Some follcs chmb the ladder o) tticcrss weary rung by runff Others nait at the bottom for the elevator tfhich never ctnncs, * * # "Middle of the road policy best" cj/s a statesman vn. speech on tn- \ernatiQnal affairs. Just a Sunday tnvcr at heart. * * * Tresno, Cal, jitterbugs refused k danco and staged a ait-down rtnke because an orchestra's music krasn't hot ana swingy enough. This Is the most popular strike the neighborhood has ever experienced. NUMSKUU. OF IT-, , DEAR- NOAH-IF A WANTS OUST-IC-^ HE GO TO OR- THE: HOUSE 7 INCENT [5EAR. NOAM « 11= A TO /* /"AAN ON , SHO-il-D THE- JO! PALOOKA By Ham Fisher LADIES AND GENTLEMEN -THIS EXHIBITION POR THE SEAMEN'S FUND BRINGS TOGETHER. J-QE PALOOKA FORMER HEAVVWEK5HT JHf^.HOT^ APPLAUD- X HATE T'DO THAT: i WISHT YOUSE WUNT THAT I SHOULD KNOCK IMOUT I'LL KEEP 'IM OFF BALANCE SO HE KIN NEVER GIT SET,AN'I'LL SPAR --THEN GIVE MM WHAT HE THINKS IS AN' OPENIN'-- AN' WHEN HE TRIES T'LET YA HAVE IT-KNOCK MM COLD" MAKE OUT LIKE YA DON'T SUSPECT ATHING^SEE? BUT-"BE ON GUARD EV'RY SECOND. BARNEY GOOGLE nn l SNUFFY SMITH Strictly Business. By Billy DeBeck GEE VNWT.GOOOV- VF I K.WOCK OFF t^QVN ET. Tt\ROUGV\- GOT TO CHECV UP T.HE 0^ X SOU 0\WW fo 000 OF THE COWWON -- SOU OOt^T KNOW PROUD I OF MOU -STOP Pi V\TTUE REST -- HIRE'S (H YOUNG LADY FOR. 5W.LVS GOOD. SHOW JOb, BOSS RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt HtR. TO M DRESSING- ROOM flN' LET HER PUT ON 5AILY5 OUTFIT. THEM \ CAN SET ftN \DEPi WHftT 5HE REALLY LOOKS LIKE GREftT / SWELL / TORGET XOUR JOB rOR. ft WW£ AN' SIT DOWN I TftLK TO YOU JUST KIDS It Sounded Llko A Success! By Ad Carter ' T WELL-AFTER BEIN' { MARRIED FOR RFTY- " TWO YEARS- ONE OF V EM DIED MY GREAT- GRANDFATHER WAS WITH GENERAL GRAMT MY GRANDFATHER RISHT AFTER THE WAR MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER MARRIED A SOUTHERN BELLE FROM RICHMOND GRANDFATHER MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop . JUST A *SECOND!! BOy-O-BOV" , WHAT A SHIP!! WE'VE ' GOT TO GET WWTED OM TMAT CRUISE WITH RHIMEUMDER, SOMEHOW! 1 MOW ARE XXJR UTTLE FRIENDS OM THE DOCK DOING/ SI SWELL". BURNING UP" ORDER Trie TENDER"! I WANT TO GO ASMORE. AND HEAR WHAT THEY wiu. HAVE TO SAY TO COME ON, MUGGS "0VE SCWEBODV ELSE AUDOK ONCE IM A WHILE!! Copt 1919 King Features Syndicate In_. World nghu MEANW4\LE, TIM ARRNESATTUE WORSE THIEVES'HIDEOUT !* THE Utt-U3 RADDVU- BE SLADTDHEUP TRAP THE OTHER VAORSETVttEVES -- HIS OWN HORSES AMD W\S KlOS POW WERE V/HILEIRIDETO MR RADDY ANDTEU. HIM MV PLAHS, YOU KEET? A CONSTAHT XF THEN" TRY TD ESCAPE, X'UL SEE THAT AIR-VENT UP THERE. DUM-OUM IVE GOT SPEOAL. WHERE. 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