The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 21, 1938 · Page 9
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February 21, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1S38. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEULSVILLE, PA. PAGE NINE. The Daily Courier Pattern Soft Sheer With Swing Skirt A Marian Martin Spring Triumph PATTERN 9640. It's high time lo turn your needle to soft, sheer dresses and here's one, from Pattern 9640, which Is a triumphant example ot Marian Martin's designing skill. Sec the beautiful sweep oJ the yoke and Iront panel . . . these are new lines at their best and most flattering. Fullness in the bodice and in the sleeves (whether flared or pulled) creates soft lines that are particularly lovely when the frock is made up in chiffon voile. But no matter what fabric you choose, silk, cotton or synthetic, either printed or plain, the beautiful lines of the gored skirt will be in the "swing" of fashion. Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart is included. Pattern 9640 may be ordered only in misses' and women's sizes 14, 16, 38, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 414 yards 39 inch fabric Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. YOUR CLOTHES PROBLEMS SOLVED! WRITE TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PATTERNS! Look it over from cover to cover! See the wide variety ot stunning, up-to-date clothes designed by Marian Martin! Then settle down and make a wardrobe for yourself and family. Even a beginner will find it easy to turn out clothes with a true professional look. BE SMART THIS SPRING! Order your copy of this helpful new Book today! 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. 18th St New York, N. Y. Cph W»tt«, th' lout Inventor, li «-workln' «n a tun-dlil that'll keep daylight »avln" tlmo next mummer. It »mi thot «ome labor ajlt* tor* spend a lot o' time In RIOT-loiH llvln'. /foAH AfUMSKUU, 3EAIS. NOftH~ WOU1_D I B5C A GlIS F=ISH TO Give. A PISH A*P'IN''T '* YUVISAK *TCV AMNN. DEAR NOAH-WOULD CAUL- A DENTIST A YANK DEAR. NOAH-- Wlt-t- COA^BINS THE1 HAIIC. WAKE A SOOO MPfSETSSION UPON THE. "'ILLOW? 01MMIIC HOUSTON Vl'-Ul^/ N.O. MO r TONfc NOW* JOE PALOOKA It's Simple. Ham Fisher "RODNEY TRIED TO '5RAR HIM OPP BUT PALOOKA CROWDED . HIM---THERE'S A RIGHT TO BREADBASKET-- AHD A LEFT--WOW IT CAUGHT REP ON THE CHEEK -HE'S DOWN-- RODNEY'S! OH one KNEE!--" L . . T ^^ Mcy«ught S5*nHic*t, Inc. courtr is six--Bur THERE'S THE BELL ROUND'S OVER." IT'S S/MPLE. X FOUV OUT THAT CROWDIH' 1M DIHT G1V£*IMA CHANCE'T T'USE A LEPT-THEH X STARTED USIM' A TRAIGHT BARNEY GOOGLE Spotting Trouble. By Billy DcBcck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt PPsRTV'S EVERYBODY'S GCMCsV ftSHORE- THE GUESTS HE'S WMDA THE HURUNG HIS WEftPOM AS A (W SENDS 7HE THE BOW OVERBOhRO PAT STOOPS DOWN UPON THE WOUID-BE OF -THE BUSIER' AS THEY STEP FROM THE WATER.. THE PIAME IS SET DOWN UPON THE WWER-. AS PlNKT T7WW OVte TO THE WAWNG SFETOOAT. PAT EMEBStS WITH ft COW-HOOK JUST KIDS M'omcn Are All Diet-winded! By Ad Carter BUT I CAN'T BUV CANDY OR SODIES WITH IT - OH, MY- NO MY MOM SAYS THAT'S THE TROUBLE WITH THE MODERN BOY-ALWAYS STUFFIN' THEIRSELVES BETWEEN MEALS I GOT TWENTY DON'T YOU THINK YOUR MOM IS A LITTLE TOO CONSERVATIVE? MUGGS McGINNIS - By Wally Bishop WUAT WAS TMe. IDEA OF PRET£lJlMS TflAT/SHOW WAS VOU WERE. ASLEE-P AS WE WALKED OUT THE. TWeATTRE "* r-rrTHE OSMER ..../VWBE THE.VU_ PUT Ir4 GOOD PICTURES IF THEY SEE. PEOPLE. WALKIM.' OUT IM TWEIR SLEEP!' TIM TYLER'S LUCK Behind Prison Bars. By Lym Young JXfiCKAT IVOBV PATROU HEAD- QUAKTERS IN AMBESI VILLAGE THE LONG LOSTfWROL- MAN, MURDOCH IS REVlV/EO FRWA THE EFFECTS OF THEMACHA DRUG WB CAUSUTTHE WHOLE SANG. 1HCUJDINS TAPPER. THE MAM W40 IMPERSONATED YOU, AFTER M3U WERE, DRUGGED AT YOUR OUTPOST HUT, MURDOCK ANDTOTWNK rrwASivwo RECOMMEHDED KLOSS WMEN HE BECAME A PATROLMAN '. YOU WERE 5UST ONE VICTIM pFA PLOT TO DISABLE THE LEADERS OF THE FWTROL, ISO THAT WADE'S CARAVAN, 1ARRVINS PRBCtOUS SEMS, COULD BE ROBBED BV TWE QANGW INTERFEREHCe PROM US KLOSS,W14Y DID YOU PLACE A lANTWER'S PAW yeXT TO EACM OFTWE MEW VOU DRUGGED? rr WAS MY IDEA OT= STRIKING MORE TERROR IKTO THE PATROU --BUTCTDIDHT ·WORK WADE,VOL) AHD GREEN THAMKS^CAPTAIN AMD GOOD BIG SISTER By Les Forgravo 1 5PECK WASN'T AFRAID IM COISSG APTER SPECK Foq.-ir:iE OP TME R3Lce! rr VJAS TfOSE- TRACKS ABOOTTt^B AMO.QV CFUOCV HE'S STILL AFRAID 01= GVS/E. us -fae UPPEW iv HAJO V)V«4 -5PECVC! HE'S AFRA.\O A»~4O ! v^E'LU KEEP MUM. BOT JUST LET

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