The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 18, 1938 · Page 19
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 18, 1938
Page 19
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. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILUE, PA. PAGE NINETEEN. The Daily Courier ·· Pattern The Importance of Princess Lines Featured in Marian Martin Design PATTERN 06S7. You'll join the Spring; fashion parade with a light heart when you wear this important-looking, Princess Irock. And you'll bo proud ol the fact that you made it yourself, for although its seams arc simple, it carries a definitely professional air. Pattern 9637 will show you just how to cut that pointed yoke and Just how to shape the dress at the waist to give you younff, slim lines. You may omit the bright buttons at the yoke and place them In smart groups down the center front if you want to achieve an effect of greater height. This style is smart with long sleeves for mid-season wear. Lovely In almost any fabric. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included. Pattern 9637 may be ordered only Jn misses' and women's sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 4 yards 39 inch fabric and Vt yard 2Vc inch ribbon. Send FIFTEEN CENTS 5n coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be'surc to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF SPRING . . . put your wardrobe in shape without delay! WRITE TODAY for Marian Martin's NEW liook of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-two pages of stunning clothes to carry you smartly through every hour of the day ... whether you go to an office, · school or party or stay busily at home. Revel in the charm at these casy-to-scw 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; 18lh St., New York, IT. Y. PAT EYE LOOK BAP -LEMME. PUT SOME STUFF ON IT. HOT NOW THERE'S THE. BUZZER. rvn i ix wn TRY LSADIN' WID YO' RIGHT HAH' LIKE HE DO f THAT'S A tDEE .--I'LL. TRY IT. JOE PALOOKA Ckuiigc oJ Style. By Ham Fisher JPALOOKA HAS CHANGED HIS STANCE-- HE'S LEADING WtTH SH/S FVGHT, SOUTHPAW IT "IT DIDN'T-RED Fe/NTEP OOE AtfO THEN WHIPPED IN A FIERCE LEFT HOOK-- PALOOKA HAS LOST' EVBKY ROUND." THE CPiPTFUOJ VOOULO UKE TO SEE JOVJE- NOT ft GO RHEP.O . FVNVSW UP SOUR STORN TttE TWO MOONSHINERS ON "ft" OECK-- .-SPOKEN TO THE CRPTftlN ftOOUT HINi- BARNEY GOOGLE Snutfy's Strictly legal! By Billy DeBeck THE BUSTER' DEUBERftTtlX WTS A S»EJ.VIHG»OUTVY\UG OHTO.; ..,.; .-..',,,, SWINGING \N ft WIDE ftRC , THE . SPttDBOW THEY'RE TOO FftSt FOR. ME / THKE'S ON\X ONECHftNCE- 'RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt I THOUGHT YOU'D GIVE ME OF YOUR HAIR TO KEEP FOR EVER. AND EVER t'U_ GIVE MY ' APPLE DUMPLING A LOCK OF MY HAIR AN' I THOUGHT YOU'D A WATCH SO I COULD PUTTHE LOCK OF WAIR IN THE BACK OF WHAT IS THE REASON WHAT IS IT NOW? I SURE HOPED YOU'D HAVE fVOUP. HAIR. BOBBED ON ACCOUNT OF A CERTAIN JUST KIDS By Ad Carter Th' cost o' llvln' It ono thins W Ilka t' tee th' politician! let down. No mutter how gloomy th' outlook, thoro'i allua a bright spot on th' »eat ·' 8eth Pcabody'i panli. MUGGS McGlNNIS By Wally Bishop . HI' VA, PINKIE, WHY ALL THE OLOCW? SHE SAID, 1 EAT.TWICE MUCH CHVCKEN WHEN TIM TYLER'S LUCK The 3ran Behind Tlio Beard. By Lym Young BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave NORTTDN TURNS HIS VICIOUS ATTACK ON THE SURPRISED BANDIT CHIEJ; AS kLOSS KECOVSZ.S AND CHARGES FROMTHE REAR - IT'S WORTOHTOYOU.BUTrr'S CAPTAIN CLAtflffO DON'T MOVE, VOU BIROS -YOU'RE OUR PRISONERS YOU'VE eonr TO TAVE -AUUTWREE OF L£T VOU HAVE LET'S CET CXJT \ OP V4E.P-E, Q01OC, · CO1G LAOs; ILL ·SW TftlS. I ADMIRE VXK5 "SPONK. (W COMICS TO US V-1ITM VOOR -W.EN-T.4EN OUR.O3OSIN- HE SAID v-\e WA-3 vr- SPONK. I'M TR.VVVSG TO OO JUST CAbJT BE. THE we*4 voe vJ6*xTteo ^N TAKEN LAST ViEEK. - S«/SNE SHOULD OO GTRH^W SPO1RT. AlOViG nrnrrrrnrnrTM

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