The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 19, 1938
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern Under the New Silhouettes Marian Martin Slip and Panties PATTERN 9638. Don't forget that no matter how well your dress fits if your under wear isn't smooth, the whole cffoc will be spoiled Pattern 9638 bring you a design for slip and panties lha arc basically right for all the ncwcs silhouettes. The slip is made on pencil-slim, Princess lines that glid smoothly along your figure -withou n twist or a wrinkle. This same sll may be made full length for wca with cvcnmR dresses The pantio have been skillfully cut to lie in per fectly smooth lines around the \vnis and yet have plenty of fullness fo comfortable activ.ty. Make all you underwear whether silk, cotton o synthetic from this pattern. Complet Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included Pattern 9G38 may be ordered onl In misses' and women's sizes 14, 16 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 4 Size 16 requires 3?s yards 39 me fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins o stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sur to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. GET INTO THE SPIRIT OF SPRING . . . put your wardrobe i shape without delay! WRITE TO DAY for Marian Martin's NEW Boo of SPRING PATTERNS. Thirty-tw pages ol stunning clothes to caxrj you smartly through every hour o the day ... whether you go to an of fice, school or party or stay busily a home. Hc\el in the charm of thes casy-to-sew patterns ORDER NOW PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEE CENTS. BOOK AND PATTER1 TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courie Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St New York, N. Y. Speakln* o' hi* wife's relatives. Link Oakey sez he Is th' kin they love V touch. It won't be long 'fore we won't have f practice iolf control for th* Cov'ment'll do It for iw.' /foAH NUMSKUUU ^IF RASTUS ·WOUU? HE PICKANINNY? MR? A.7 MANDCLIA) MINNEAPOLIS, MINN' DE-ARTNOAM--- VJHEM I eUH-0 MY COTTACJE B.Y THE SEA, SHOUuD I ·AIII.L. THE PSA.K BE-MAP, IF- THEY CAN TE LOPE? * JOE PALOOKA JRctcrse English. By Ham Fisher OH MI6OSH-- WHY PIP HE DO THIS ·-- THIS SOUTHPAWS MURPERIH' "TW/r BOYS (ARE IN A CLINCH RODNEY isfrnyiNG TO WHIP OWE OVER--A LEFT--IT PQESH'T SEEM TO BB EFFECTIVE AT SHORT RANGE VTOE SHOT A STRAIGHT* RIGHT TO RED'S FACE WHICH SHOOK THE SOUTHPAW--RED IT AND HOW." BARNEY GOOGLE Snuff}*s a "Henpecked" Man! By Billy DeBcck MOO JUST TWO NUNUTES To GET RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt ARRIVING OVER THE BAY, PTO PvNO PINKY VJITNESS THECHK5E OF THE. BUSTER WD HIS HEftOVONG CRhSH INTO THE ISLftNO GOSH, PftT.' DID -Ol SELTriftT HE'S KNOCKED HltAS£lF OUT COlp 1 GEE-/ f( YES, n IOOKS L THOUGH Vlt'VG ftRRWEO JU IN TIME. I LOOK ' THE PURSUING SPEEDBOAT PULLS INTO THE SHALLOW WKTCR. OF THE ISLftND- · THE TrIUGS DISEM6P1RK. TO "THE BUSTER.' 15 TOREVER. MftKE CERTWN QUIETED - JUST KIDS And Ho Lcnnicd About ^Vomen. Ad By Carter HELLO-SARAH-I'VE i BEEN THINKING / ABOUT SOMETHING! T WAS MISHTY SWEETT OF YOU NOT TC^HAVE YOUR HAIR BOBBED BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT YOU TOSO DO YOU KNOW WHAT I'VE DECIDED? YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE YOUR HAIR BOBBED-, YOU'LL LOOK BEAUTIFUL WELL-JOHN STEBBINS- I WON'T 00 MUGGS McGINNIS By Walfy Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK The I/ast Bound-Up. By Lym Young MAW PLkWS SO^AE 1 IN TH' SPRING AMD PICKS HER. CROPS IN TVV NOW, YVHW »S A FAILURE ? SAYS PAW \ s ' ( WELL- ) SUCCESS OP P/\P./AIU'. AMDITWA5YOU, CAPT CLARK, WHO WROTE NOTE CALL-INS FOR HEU? THAT I FOUND OW TMEROCX? AND IT'S PURE LUCK VOL) FOUND IT/TIM.' I HAD HOPED TO FIND PATROLMAN MURDOCK ALWE,BUT THE SAN6/APPAREHT1X/HAS KILLED HIM AND-- BUT MURDOCX IS ALIVE, BACK IN THE BANDTT'S CAVE.' -- HE'SSHLL UNCONSCIOUSPRDM THE MACHA ·DRLVa SIR -- HEI2E'S THE BIRD WHO SLUGGED WADE, CAPTAIN '. xausr FOUND HIM HIDIN6 BEHIND A ROCK -HE CALLS HIMSELF TWITCHIE GOODWOKK, .SECSEANT. MA14ETHE O2OOKS CACRY.THE-CARAVAN CAESO-AND LUSGASE: BACkTOUEAD- QUARTERS-'- VOU AND SPUD SO TO HIM AND WAIT FORUSTOP\CV YOU up THERE X CAN WALK, CAPTAIN, BUT WADE'S IN BAD SHAPE WAtiE/ARE VOU AND GREEN IN CONDITION 1VISOREV3 LET THAT BANDIT GETAWAY FROM ME/ SIR YOU MAY USE OUR HORSES BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave V^E'RE FREE.BUOOY V^E'QE Ft5EE! AU_ OOQ. FEAR NA3 RDO. MOTWtNXj.'OH, COM'T VCX FEEL. GOOD' BEEKi PUETTv ANNFUL. To H«*J A. COOSIN \M A, BJTQaJDeORNmiM, y yg^^ OS / TCOK A. MEAi SOPPED- LET-TllviG ,,, " ^ OF OS- NNAS

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