The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 22, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 22, 1938
Page 7
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1938. .. THE DATI/? COUBIHR,.CONNBLLSVILLB, PA. PAGE SEVEN.-The Daily Courier ! Pattern Youthful Simplicity A Feature of This Marian Martin Frock PATTERN 9641. Whether It's a house /rock 0' something £ay and young for activ sports that you need, here's just ih style. 'Pattern 8641 gives you coa lines and a yoke . . , a combination that la rare and exceptionally attractive and with the graceful flared line of the skirt the effect is strikingly young and smart. You'll like th slim line achieved by the buttons which should be in smart contrast t Ihe fabric If it is solid color, but i you. use a print, pick out the c you want emphasized and match you buttons and rick-rack to it. Fabri favorites are linen, pique, shantung Complete Marian Martin Diagram med Sew Chart Included. Pattern 0641 may be ordered onl in misses' and women's sizes 12, 1' 18, 18. 20, 30, 32, 34, 38, 38 and 40 Size 16 requires 3V4 yards rick-rack Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins o stamps (coins preferred) for EACJ MAHIAN MARTIN pattern. Be BUT to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, .and STYLE NUMBER. YOUK CLOTHES PROBLEMS SOLVED! WRITE TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PATTERNS! Look it over from cover to cover! Sea the wide variety of stun ning, up-to-date clothes designed by Marian Martin! Then settle dow: and make a wardrobe for yourse] and family. Even' a beginner wi find It easy to turn out clothes wit a true professional look. BE SMAH" THIS SPRING! Order your copy o ·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 Courlo Pattern Department, 232 W. J8th St New York, N. Y. Ell Potti took hU bay off th' gang o* boondoBQkr* btcnuio he w»n't ralnd f be a loldlerer. Congrauman Bobblni la goln* to take M'rubber at ov«ry new bill now Instead of jort rubber atampln' It. Bfa-l lb.g. TO STAY INSt-El ANC" ^ OR. MAR.I3,Y AND SETTUE DOVJN ? jeTTIB. SAIN HICKORY, H-t BEAR. NOAH" IS 'A TUfeKEiV A OISAGREEL- HE. HIS HEAD? CWS» TMCl MAIL. TtJOIC NOTiOMS 1O NOAM - I.ookins for ·r:ul the sdx'crtisiny columns JOE PALOOKA Going to iT / · By Ham Fisher k*-" THERE'S THE BELL-SIXTH ROUND; IgL COMlNQUP-- PALOOKA RUSHES. IN aat'CiOSE -- RODHBY TRIBS'TO KEEP UM AWAY BUT PALOOKA SENPS A SHORT RIGHT,TO THE BODY--' ©SI. " THE RBFSREB IS SENDING PALOOKA TO /4 NEUTRAL CORNER --ROPNEY DIDN'T TAKE A COUNT-- HE'S ETTIN UP--- *PALOOKA fa WAVeD BACK IN..-- rtE'S' SHOOTING -BOTH HANPS. LIKE P/STONS --TfeRB GOES A RIGHT TO TH£ CHIN THAT '· MUST BE IT -- BARNEY GOOGLE Getting; the "Low-Down." By Billy DeBeck SCOTT VAVOO to 3ftY N« VftCW VZ QUftRPiMTlNE OUST OM fiCCOUNT OF R ROUSTPiBOOT ON BORRD W\TH P.^SUGHT THE t-ftW \= THE UWJ. HOV.O sou -V s UEftVES THV3 GOOD TWS MEASLES AS voo Cop*. |01». Knit F ow ft SUMP'NJ VMQUV.O HPiPPEM SNUFFY THE TERM DURING WHICH A SHVP/ · ftRB.WlNG.WI 9OOT ftND- SUSPECTED OF HAVING A CONTft6lOUS DISEASE OM BOARD, IS .OBLIGED.-TO · · · · · · FORBEAR V7VTH: THE'SHOKE -- Q'UR'B.ft^TlNH WEGULKtlOtSS COMES UNDER THB VOUC^ VOVJEKS OP ' THE STKTE··" RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt PKT TO- TO ft HNNO IN THE ONE.' SIOED KUftCVC XUP XDUB W»£'| OUR aUNS ftRt '. . BUT TrlRT G1K. «HT , UTS HIM BtfORi HE ^ .GEK OWft "WE WATER. HIS CNHSOftT, WT LONG ENOUGH FOR HIM TO THE JUST KIDS That Hakes It Unanimous. By Ad Carter 'FOPJES' TOOK FATSO AN' PAT AN 1 ME TO .//NICE? MOVIES YES-WE SAW CONALD ROUMAN' IM "BENEATH THE MOON IN WATCHING THE PICTURE-1 NOTICED THAT ROUMAN AND MVSEUF HAVE SOMETHING. IN COMMON - BUT 1 CAN'T 1INK VHAT is NEITHER CAN I ! MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop « 3 T v J l M ' , S \ S . . W H A T ytouu vou UKE?' /...BUT EFAH HAb M' HAVE SOMH H03 JOWL 'U 1 BLACKEVEb P6AS 1 CRACKUNi* CAWtd BREAD 1 Sof?3U/V\ ...AH KXioW VSW HAIMT CaOT fT !. BUT vew /sv^o ME M/MLST AH' \tK.e"..'KJ' ...SO...VF y^ HAiKiV GOT wo BAKED' POSSUM 'M 1 VWIL.D SOME GRITS WIF OMH THARS CLOSE eA-TiM' U ^T..B!?AK13 AAE "SOME O'YSR OM RYE. MEAREST THAM3 TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Shot In tho ¥ iirht. By . Lym Young KLOSS;, I'M SENDING VOU WnUTHE REST OF YOUR GANSTDTWS COAST TD-MOKROW XO-UBETWERETO TESTtPV ASAINST VOU WHEHVOUR TRIAL UBS SUIPPERV AS AHEELv SSTeTENKS-SEETWXT UE DOESr4T ESCAPE FROM THE GUARD-HOUSE. THATN\GHT THEN'LU NEVER SET ME IMPRISON, CAPTA1M WHAT WAS THAT NOISE/TIM? --XT WOKE BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave A APPETITE I GOT". O, BETH. 1 KIM COME WJIY 7/~^^.^ HUSH 1 . STOP veuR rasvcuer: co BACK TO ! VOO CET K5O BREA.K-FAST ' VCOVE St-EPT T25Q UOS4C*.

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