The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 9, 1939 · Page 11
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March 9, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1939. rtili 1 DAILY COUKIER, CONNELLSVILLTS, PA. PAGES The Daiiy Courier Pattern NEW LARGER-SIZE JABOT MODEL PATTERN 8001. Here's a lovely jabot-di ess that trims down the mationly figure oh- so-smartly! -Pattern 9001 is fresh from the hands of the des.gner, Manan Martin--and it's just as easy io make as it is a treat to weai Do notice what nice things the poiited belt-inset does for both waist i«nd diaphragm. And sec--the skirt panels keep the comfortable, rippling softness at front, the hipline lemam- ing very sleek. Leave oft the labot' if you like--and raw attention to the pretty V neckline with a colorful posy. You may have short or three- quarter sleeves--the short, loose ones cither open or closed ,the puffed c:ies deftly caught in. Use a printed afternoon sheer or an all-occasion crepe. Pattern 9001 may be ordered only in women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 45 and 48. Size 36 requires 3='i yards 3 Sinch fabric SEND FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Send today for the very popular MARIAN MARTIN BOOK OF SPRING PATTERNS! You _ can solve ALL your spung seu'tng problems as you look it over from cover to cover. Every style is flattering and easy to stitch, whether for children, junors, misses 01 matrons. The grand choice stresses party favorites, bridal attire, all-occasion frocks, t.and-and-sea clothes . .. with Budget Ideas highlighted' BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PATTERN F I F T E E N CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN T O G E T H E R , TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. , Send your order to The Daily Courier Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St, New Yotk, N. Y. You're Telling Mel __By BILL BKAUCHER 1 jautupean statesmen have tried every means but one to prevent war. They could, ao a last resort, try giving each other the silent treatment, * * * "Moderate Arab Shot," says head, line. Oh sure, just another man in the middle getting his. Whatdiscourages too manypeoph is the faot easy street is always ai tha top of a long steep hill. + * * Our candidate for a medal foi '.ahing chances it the first robir. of ipring. We've also noticed that the ·arly bird gets the publicity. * * * The trouble with most would-be sW jumpers is that they can't finish ichat they start if * » Another person we don't understand is Lincoln Ellsworth the explorer. He's now planning to spend the winter of nineteen forty and nineteen forty-one at the North Pole. NO AM = DOES A SAPELTY PIN HEUP CHILDREN ACROSS THE STjaEET SA-EUY 1 VJN y PA DEAS2- NOAH=DO BEARS SING BARITONE. ~f "V«N7 WICHITA, KAMS. ^CAM=IF' A A^N MONEY FAST WON'T IT STAR-VE ~? JOE PALOOKA Kio. By Ham Fisher HEE HEE YASSUH MISTAH RAY. NOW WE BETTER GET TO THE PIER. THERE COMES THE BOAT. I SURE AM TH FULLED. AH'M GOOSE PIMPLES FUM MAH HA1D T'MAH LOOK AT THAT MOB.ALLWAITIN' T'MEET SOME BUDDY. A COUPLA MONTHS ASO THERE'D A BEEN A CROWD LIKE THAT JTST NOBUDD V T'SREET US AT ALL. NOT ONE SOUL. S WSOKE Y, HERE THEY COME V LOOK/ LOOK!/ D' DAWS - 6 ONE DEM'S MAH FOLKS -- BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH l?rooJ of Peril! By Billy DeBeck xov: GOOSES VT OQ NO aOOO TO CiO ·*? ·3S 3 *- *, ** *ar 'fi RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt CHflRUE DOVE OF? IN THE , LftTTERS CAR.. P'NKY LEWS ON THE SO THIS 15 CHftRUE'S HOUSE... VIELL, vievE soi ra GCT 'THE BUSTER." UOVM. IT'S ft GOOD] THING Ht'5 DOWN r\T THE COftST JUST KIDS A Lady's Prerogative. By Ad Carter HAVE YOU \ . NO-t^OT TODAY HH.LO-YDU DON'T LOOK. HELLO ) x t-s c VERY -MR. X I- ^3H=scJ PLEASANT BRANNER WELL-IF \DU SEE H1M-WILL Y3U TELL HIM I WASN'T ASKiN' FOR HIM? MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop I WARW MX)/1 SHALL HAVE TO HAVE VOU THROWN OFF IP OU IKJSIST OM TRYING TO BOARD US I! SHIP AHOY! ...COME ' KMOTHAiDS THROW ME A ROO61! AHM A* THIS W/AB CBUISE WHETHER r ASK ME EP NOT! YiAH? ...JES' ' TIT/TO KEEP ME OFF" Copr 1939. King F«mrw Synd catc. Inc. Wor!dA ^"f^ TIM TYLER'S LUCK --Up His Sleovcl By Lym Young CLOWHMAXESA BACKWARD SOMHR- SAUDT OMER SPUD.' AT THE ESCAWHG MORSETtHtEF--i BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave STOP Ti-A^T SHOUTIMG MOBODY (=. CiCHMC TO WORT YOU-' VOU TELLIMG US YOU'VE ©EEM SURE. IT VJAf=l-l'T COLD UMOECi DERE X COLJUOt-0'T GET TO PLACE IM OX=CT ' 1 HURT MV WHENi T TELL YA. 1 . CET HOVv) V/AS I TO BAMVi ALL MIGHT U.EPT Wt-S NWACONi

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