The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1939 · Page 9
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March 13, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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MOXBAT, MATtCTT 13, If The Daily Courier Pattern THE DAILY COURrER, CONTNELLSVILLB, PA, PAGE NINE. SCALLOPS FOR MATRON CHARM GIRLS' STUNNING BOLERO STYLE PATTERN" 9003 Smart young things will love this new bolero frock--and literally liv in it all spring! They'll adore making it too . . . for the Sew Chart c£ Pattern 9003 shows how very simple the style is to "do up." Six gores give the skirt that newly importer.. flare. Tucks and gathers control thi sottness of the bodice in the. dainties manner. And what could be more becoming than the Ittie collar or the heart-shaped neck? I£ you edge thi collarless neckline and sleeves with braid or ruffling, you'll want thi same trimming 'on the turn-back ic- vers ol the snappily-designed bolero Instead oi the sash, you might us a novelty belt from your favoriie bel counter. · Pattern 9003 may be ordered only in junior and misses' sizes 10, 32, and'18. Size 14, dress, requires 3V yards 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins foi this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. B. sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Send today lor the very popul; MARIAN -MARTIN B O O K OF , SPRING PATTERNS! You i:an colv ALL your spring sewing problem as you look it over from cover tc cover. Every style, is flattering anc easy to. stitch, whether for children juniors, misses or matrons. The gram choice stresses partly favorites, brida attire, all-occasion frocks, -sand-anil sea cloths. .. with Budget Ideas high lighted! . BOOK FIFTEEN CENT PATTERN FIFTEEN 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, If. Y. \You're Telling Mel - By BILL BKAUCHER 1 Those who still cling to the thecrj that there are no new jokes in the world are about to be disillusioned They simply haven't seen the ladies new spring: bats. More than 4,000 women lined uj to apply far 12 city jobs at Inborn, tory helpers in Ncta York. The old- fashioned notion about earning 'c livelihood persists. * * » Postmaster General Jim Farlej has been asking for suggestions ir regard to a figure to be placed on I baseball centennial stamp. How about Ty Cob'b? The old ball players icll us there was one guy who could tarry the marl. * · » The Utah youth who ittrvlva. liter being buried all niffht untie. *n avalanche has a faint idea of hov Alf M. Landon felt. * * » Italian newspapers cliarse Frebi lent Roosevelt with -a "personal policy of arbitrary boldness," Well, fs all the raec. /NOAH NUMSKUU* H1L-TCSM SAM CHE.GO/ CAUIF. NOAH-- IF: R=VEJV\E:NT TO Be SMOOTH IS IT OUE. F=AUl~T IF IT TO BE ROUtSH 1 · WICHITA, MOWS THC.-nwEl -- /AWl-f MC.VJ NUMSVJUL_IONS TO N CARE: Of= THtg RftPElpL · JOE PALOOKA AnoUior Firpo. By Ham Fisher TRAINING QUARTERS HAVE BEEN · SET UP IN A BEAUTIFUL HACIENDA OUTSIDE THE CITY AND SEVERAL- SPARRING PARTNERS PROVIDED. THESE 5PARR1N' PARDNERS 15 A UOTTA BUMS. I'LL GIVE Mtv/ A BETTAH WUK-OUT DAN ALL DEM PUT T'GETHAH :i DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT. HE'S ANOTHER H'LO RA.Y. WHATJA FIND OUT ABOUT OUR OPPONENT JISTABIG HAM AN EGGER Z S'POSE. AW QUIT M. KNOBBY, I TELL YOU YER KIDDIN'. ^ X WATCHED HIM.HE'S F-IRPOS ONLY «· SENSATIONAL,. =? COMEONCE'TJ STRONG AS A BULL IN A LIFE -rfAND UNBELIEVABLY TtME«HE JV FAST-POR A MAN- WAS A N V_ ^^--s-. HIS SIZE. EXCEPTION. ' ^ ---=\ "HOLY SMOKES//HE'S BACKED BY I F1GGERED "X A GROUP Of= FROM TH' WAY X WEALTHY VOUN MARTIN AS (TALKED) BRAZILIANS. _-,-r WAS A SET- ;/ THEY EXPECT UP. X NEVER HEARD NOTHIN' ABOUT ' THIS GUY. TO MAKE A CHAMP OF HIM- THEY'VE BEEN r CAREFUL. ABOUT LETTING ANYTHING "I OUT ABOUT HIM -- BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH A ".Atnrclilng" Song. By Billy DeBeck YES. THIS 15 MY PR1VWE ENTRf\NCE TO THE COUN1KT CLUB WELL, COMt ON- WHftTS THE MWTER - ? ' C.MY GIQVE. » MUST r\(Wt DBQPPED ST IN. THE OTHER ROOM YOU'RE KEEP MOVING. WE GOT TWNG ELSE TO SHCW CHftRUE HURRIEDIY LEhDS MOLLY FROtA THE PW4ELED ROOM VJITH ITS MY55ERIOU5 SOUNDS IN THE Will RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt YOU KNOW WHEN PEOPLE SET OLD TWEY WRITE AUTOBIO6RA- PHIES ABOUT WELL-I'M 6OINS HOME AND WRITE MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY BUT-MY DEAR LITTLE LADY YOU'RE NOT OLD ENOUSH TO WRITE AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OH-I1L MAKE THE THINGS THAT WILL HAPPEN LATER AN'SET THE BOOK IN EARLV JUST KIDS By Ad Carter MUGGS McGlNNIS By Wally Bishop QUIET! 1 . SH-H-H-i!-WE'RE IN THE HOLD OF RHINELANDER'S VACHT...WE'LL HAVE STAY HIDDEW DOWM UMTIL SHE SAILS !! W SOSH! rr'S "^SPOOKV COWM ' HEKE...IW, AFRAID.. WHAT ARE WE GOIM'. TO EAT?...SUPPCSB ^T THEY FIND'US « CH.MGOSH! I WAS AS-MOST SMOTHERED!! OH, AM I STIFF !! .1 ACHE ALL OVER !'. WHERE ARE WE? THERE'S NJOTHIM'TO AFRAID. OF- NOBOCPV'S TO . _ _ . .KEEP STILL1 ,,Y/E!VE GOT.Tri' PLACE ALL TO OURSELVES _ AMV LON( CX3NY CARE WHAT HAPPENS! BE QUIET! 1 . WE'RE ALMO5T SAFE NOW! HOLD OUT A , /AIMUTE ;.CoDr. 1559. Kir.n Ftalura Svnd TIM TYLER'S LUCK Hands Were Muile Before Shovels. By Lym Young WTHO-fEAHD SLATS ON SPUD SPEEDS OH TO REACH MEANWHILE;--PSjl^" WEOAMTMEARUS ISONSOURW^Y OUT DUMDUM- THEIR W/V TO FALL INTO SPUDS YOUHS TYLER SANS WE RE.TD MEET \f CLOWN'S BUSINESS CLOWN W RAODV'S^ -IT'S HOT MEAUTHV CLEVE--BUT WHV7 / V TO DISOBEx 1 WIS ORDERS SLOTS THAT LEAVES ONI* TMREE OF THE, UORSETHIEVES LEFT FOP! US TO SISTER By Les Forgrave I'M AFRA\O THERE MUST 8e tv/USTA.K.e' eor, -SURBL.V, is -rwe NOl "MERES MO MISTAKE. COM5 IM.WORSE RYS. VOU'LL PIMD PAOTIEMT SHES-^HE'S- VOU MEAM ·SHE'S COM CARH Of= -SPECK? TWATS TME IDEA. I THOUGHT YOO M\GWT FISTO PLBASAWTER SNAP'S O=- SPBMC 'G YOUR TIME LOOKIMS AV^rEO. HIM . OH,CAN T» CAN T! V H'M! I'D PORGOTTEM ABOUT HEROTHHR. I'T CA.V1 OP SNH~C^A MY

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