The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 26, 1938
Page 7
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1985. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PA'GE SEV.EN". The Daily Courier Pattern -.. - Marian Martin Apron Design Turns Practical Or Frivolous PATTEUN 9162. FOR "public appearances" whon you have company, make up this Apron (from Pattern 9402) with n shaped yoke and dainty rufTle trim Choose light, dainty fabrics like Jawn, dotted swijs or dimity. And it you wont a kitchen helper .,. one that can stand the hustle and bustle ct every day life, use sturdy option ·with a small dot that won't sol: easily, or use a serviceable checked gingham. Edge the entire top and the-pockets with black rick-rack This neat-looking apron, generously cut at the bottom for plenty o£ protection, will serve you well. Com- plcto Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart is included. Pattern 8482 may be ordered only In sizes small, medium and large Small size requires 2 3-8 yards 36 Inch fabric and 214 yards ruffling tor printed version; 2 yards 35 Inch fabric, and 3% yards rick-rack for plain version. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins or ztnmps (coins preferred) for SACK MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. YOOR CLOTHES PROBLEMS SOLVED! \VHITB TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PATTERNS! Look It over from cover to cover! See the wide variety of stunning, up-to-date clothes designed by Marian Martin! Then settle down and make a wardrobe for youraell nnd family. Even a beginner will find it easy to turn out clothes with B true professional look. BE SMART THIS SPRING! Order your copy of this helpful now 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 V. 18th St., New York, N. Y. ' JOE PALOOKA Tress Conference By Ham Fisher Life Hawklni «nd hit boondoo- pier*' new project It ttudyln' If you can croit « brldgg before you come f It. SI Larkln li practlcln* on hla «ymp- tomt for Spring Foyer. DEAE- NOAH-WHICH IS ; PORK. CHOPS OE. - NOAH-IN A COU3iaf r Ul- PlCTUfiE Of= THEi EAINBO^ WOUl-D tOLI SAT THE. WIND BUJE^ /NC THE: NO^H-IF A HAS HOfZSe. SNSE-, SHOULD H BEC ABL.TC DO STABUS THINKING -7 CUUVCJS. tMU-JC. M.C;. . . "- MOWENT THE F/6HT WAS OVER KNOBBY RUSHEP OUT AND ' GOT A CAB FOR . A MAD RUSH TO THE AIRPORT. HS INTENPS TO CHARTER A PLANE i FOR SEATTLE. ONLY DIP THIS PER MY WHAT ^ V - cr/T ' A HAPPENEP?/ MINUTE F£LLAS I'LL. ESPLAIH EV'RY- D/SQUAUF Y DINT TAKE CENT PER PI6HT/H'. I COULP SEE MR* RODNEY WAS IN BAP ^ LOOK FSLLAS -- lt: I'P \ HIT IM AGAIN I MIGHT* ] --you KHOW--AH' LISSEN 1 AN' I'LL TSLL YOUSE\/ SOMETHIN: f/ *x DON'T cxi«E WHAT THEY PO-ABOUT J BECUZ I'LL NEVER FIGHT AGAIN/ I'M , COOP/ BARNEY GOOGLE Snuffy Draws the "Color line." By Billy DcBcck GUESTS EP^oe^A^c- WE-UNS'U. . M'- STORK. O 1 VftCHT V.OOKS (\5 \A1EU_ SO ae\_ow UO\N OOM'T tc FOLKS HPWE FIN.N' P. UVS THPiR SMO-Z ft O' I GOTTft TPv\-V --· ^^ .^=1 v*. ___ =_ /^v .V«- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt' KNOCK XOU OUT *? WHY, HE TOLD ME NDU ODUPiPSEO. I HEIPED HIM PUT THE MEN IN THE BOW. TEPH. CW YOU IMftGlNE THAT SUY KNOCKING ME OUT THE MfNW THPiT IRISH STOPPED IS AT THE WHEEL PlND THE LITTLE GUY 15 STANDING OVER HIM WITH THftT BIG WRENCH. WHY DID HE KNOCK 1OU OUT? HE WWTED TO LET \ THOSE 1 ARGUED WITH HIM AMD HE SUDDENLY LET ONE GO ftT IAV ' W...UE'S/\ QUEER' ME fin RIGHT.' WEIL; JUST KIDS A Very CiiHous Hand. By Ad Carter MOM-WHEN YOU WERE WA.RMIN' THE SEW OF MY PANTS-DIDN'T VOU SAV IT HURT YOU MORE THAN IT DID OH-NOTHIN'--I WAS YJfes MERELY WONDERIN' / "%., IF YOU WERS / »' MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop COPYfilCHT. 1938. KING fMTURU rfNOICATt. tnc TIM TYLER'S LUCK o at I^irge. By | Lym Young HM-LOOKS UKE THE R5VEF5 CURREKT 15 SURE ySUTSWIMMlHG ACROSS WAS UIS ONWCHAMCeTO ESCAPE. FAWS'S CDMETDTUC FAMS CAH PICK , , HEQHEVEKGST ,,^-K. METOPRlSOSt END OF KUOSS UP H\« TRAIL ·tVlECT BAHK. WATER'S EDSE BIG SISTER By Lcs Forgrave AMD 1C IOSTCH VCO VJCTU SOJP.^e.ET OJ Tf-IE PILLOWS TtL. BREA.KVOOWSE TtAAMTrJAT IF" OU DOW T C3RABTVW5 BRCOM AN)O CLBPKVO OP VDO'LU CO FOR ONie TVLU^OOGET SMESS '? C ? cu J OP. CS r OML.V v*Aesu vivvcr IT'S AJLL. Aecxjr! sue C5O ME DIS V^AfV 1 y_ J -

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