The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 11, 1939
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SATURDAY, MARCH 11. : The Daily Courier Pattern THE DAILY COURIER, UONNEblSVtti'LE, FA. JfAUJil !3Ii'VliiIf. SCALLOPS FOR MATRON CHARM PATTERN 8051. Charm--casual smartness -- slen- lerizing lines that keep a secret o£ row weight! Pattern 9961 stresses ill this, and comfort too. In ioct, ;t's an ideal style lor every matron Iv-ho spends her mornings -,n ihe rar . . . marketing or driving the children to school! This chic, scallopcd-'.icck creation is the simplest of: dresses to Etitch, since it has only two myin pattern pieces. See, the pa\t \vtiy belt will give you a waistline even if Mother Nature didn't. And look how pretty the pockets are, since Ihey repeat the scallop of the lovely neck line. Then, too, the skirt flare.'.! gently, the bodice is sottly -^ut, and there's choice of two shapely sleeves. Use rayon or cotton. Pattern 9951 may be ordered only In women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50. Size 36 requires 8 5-8 yards 35 inc! fabric and 1 5-8 yards ruffling. 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 spring sewing problems as you look H'over from cover to cover. Every style is flattering and easy to stitch, "whether for children, junors, misses or. matrons. The grand choice 'stresses party favorites, bridal attire, all-occasion frocks, sand-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 York, N. Y. JOE PALQOKA Rolling TJiru llio. By Ham Fisher BARNEY GOOGLE (Ultl SNUFFY SMITH Falsely Accused, Snuffy Clears Himself! By Billy DeBeck HAIL,HAIL WID D'RESTRUNT, CLOSED ("THANK / YOU WAS DE 6OOD L-O'D) 1 SWELL AH HADDA 6O \ \ T'DO BOMEWHEAH'S/ X.THIS. AN'.AH TOLE/r: .. .. MISTAH RAY (S'MARV'LESS. AN' HEAH WE IS. - 'DON'T OUT OF WOVO . V.SX SOUR OF VMRRRRNTCEO CU?5 BtV . _ R5 HVS SUCH TRVPE « RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt VWIIE "WE AND SfNMMY WATT WITHOUT, MOLW HA5 BKN ·SHOWN AROUUD GrlfiRUE'S HOUSE 3-H COME CNER HERE AND 1OOK OLU THE WINDOW WHAt'S THAT SOUND ? \ DQKT ANYTHING MUST THRI'S THE COUNIRf dDB- OWNED. OPERftlED ME. UNDER- SEEMS KI-G3ME FROM THE WftLl ARE THE MOST LUXURIOUS 6AMBUNQ ROOMS IN THE Money Circulation Figures. WASHINGTON, Mar. U--Currency and coin in circulation increased to ·$6,731,339,832, or an average of $51.44 per person, during February. Trie Treasury said the per capita circulation was $50.87 at the end of January md $48.74 a year ago. BEANS SOOD TO OEJ-L.V FISH T DEAR NO^H^ISN'T IT ' FUN NX FIRST -TOUCHCP A TR.E1E. CX3VMN, YOU CHOP IT UP 7 DEAR NOAH =-VJ HAT LATION IS A JITTEJ3.- SUS TO A F1R.EL-I3US7 Delicious S U N D A E S lOc Hogan's New Store Kor O u r STEAK HAMBURG SANDWICHES Try Cue TiIu.v! 's New Store JUST KIDS Pop's ii Kct-iring SO I UPS AKT GOES AN' DUSTS AN' SWEEfS AN 1 LEAVES EVERYTHING IMMACULATE -AN' DOWN t COMES AN' THERE IS , MY FATHER KNOCKIN' OFF A i5» SNOOZE ON THE SOFA! feft\'r~v^^ rduV · ; ! By Ad Carter HOME I 6OES AN' POP UPS AN* TELLS ME MY MOTHER DONT FEEL SO WELL-SO HIM AN 1 ME WILL DO THE DUSTIN' AN' SWEEPIM' HE GIVES ME TWE / TTELLYUH-\ SO I UPS ANT NOOSES MY POP AN' WE UPS AN' SW/S HE'LL LET ME,DUST THE DOWNSTAIRS-TOO-AS. A FAVOR TO MY MOTHER-AM' ALSO -HE UPS AN' LETS ME USE THE CARPET-; SWEEPER MUGGS M.cGlNNIS By Wally Bishop IS ABOUTTO LEXVE THE DC3CK FOF? THE StJlP... HOW 6iBT f?IQMTOkl,.. R3R 1XTTY ABaAKD, UME)ER MY )J AMS, ...T:'U_ COME, vwtre ey AMOTHR 193?, King; FcAtttxcs Syndicate, In;., World ^^ PLEASE SIR 1 . 1 . ..DO X WAVE TiD EftoP THIS -DOWM TO THAT UARD T5ECK W\TH WELL AAAV CARRV IT!! RAWER MoT... ». SEE ... I ... TViERE'S BFJEAKABLE. IT!! 3-H- TIM TYLER'S LUCK A GrouiHl Hog AVitli Suii-Cwlassos. By Lym Young THESE WALL'S ARE OHM SOFT DWT, DlMOUM R3R KEEPS,CU3WH J -- WE CAM BURROW -V.'E GAKT SET _^ OUR WW OUT, BER3REMOKHVW3 WNOWTHEY'RE Rirane IJJTTO ATRAP .Oo AT -nyOT CHIL.O ! ,ETS MCTMIMC FROM SPECK BUT WHINES S.MO BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave MOT A \NOKD OP VST SVAE SO NURS1MG "5HE . A. \A/msAC'e.B. OUT OF ·=v-ve «3\-(OOl-Ot^-T WAME TO POT OP IT. H'N/VJ VgHHRE ARK tsAV

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