The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 14, 1939 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 14, 1939
Page 9
Start Free Trial

Page 9 article text (OCR)

'I'UJBSDAY, MARCH 14,1930. THE DATLT UOUKUSK, UUIVNEHjljSVrL.ljBi. AN D WITH HIS COL OR AND A HE'LL BE OKI HIS WAV TO THE TOP. IN THE PAPERS. THEY'RE. VERY INFLUENTIAL The Daily Courier ' Pattern BOLERO FROCK, TRULY SLIMMING · · PATTERN S953 You'll look as fi'ush as your young daughter -- when you wear the slenderized smartness o£ this spring jacket ensemble! And, thanks to Marian Martin's care" with Pattern 9953, you'll find every detail nasy to run up .on your sewing machine! Bodice shirrings give lovely, taclful lulness over the bust . . . and this by contrast makes- the hipline seem extra slick and slim. Ruffling adds interest -to the shlrrcclln three-quarter sleeve, whiH: the short sleeve wears a comfortable slash. The oolero (or a jacket that's not pictured) are chic for shopping or dinlng-out. The dress is "lussy". enough to wear alsne as a festive afternoon dress. Use cither prints or plains! Pattern 9953 ma;' be ordered only in women's sizes 34. 38, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 38. entire ensemble, requires 5 Vt yards 39 inch' fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins /or this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. . . . Send today for 'the very popular MARIAN MARTIN B O O K OF SPRING PATTERNS'. You :an solve ALli your spring :;ewing problems as you look it over from cover to - cover. Every style is flattering and easy to stitch, whe'.her for children, · juniors, misses or matrons. The grand choice stresses part' y favorites, bridal attire, all-occasion frocks, sand-and- sea cloths. . . with Budget Ideas highlighted! . BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS PATTERN FIFTE SN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTER]/ T O G E T H E R TWENTY-FIVE CIENTS. Send your order to The 1 Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New Ytrk, N. Y. You're Telling Mel -- - BT BILL BRAUCHEB 1 A southern male was hit by a fast freight and escaped unhurt. The ne-nrs angle -.» that is that'the train also wasn't damaged, * .'i * The sports cdKar tells MB the word "ski" is pronounced "slice" 'Which explains why so few men 'o-uer Ieo.rn to handle \ ham property. * * * A radio receiving'''let which cuts lout all static has boor, invented. But it isn't perfect--thc;r have yet to jelinunate the applause -which follows a comedian's jokes. * * * Gandhi'a hunger si rike lasted hut several days. Mayb'i he was just lin spring training. A controversy is raging among several noted athlete s over irhothcr or not an fee cold shower before breakfast is beneflci il. This is one argument ire positiv ily will not get into. * i* * Keepers of the B »ar Jlountain, N. Y., zoo claim a sure sign of (spring is when the bears come out of their caves. We'll st ck to our first robin--he may not he so accurate but he's safer. /|OAW NUM 5KUU. jo THE.Y FIRE. THE. FIREIMEN AT THE. FHSE.HOU.lSE-, WHEN THEY HAVE A ~? E..IW.R. . DEAR- NOAH-IF THE FOX IS E*L-Ue B'.Eo«JSE. THE RABBIT HE.R. UTTUE WHY OOSlS JOE PALOOKA He'll Get the Breaks. By Ham Fisher -THEY KNOW ^ W-WHY YA DON'T B'LIEVE JOE KIN LOSE DO YA;WHY D'YA LET YER SELF EVEN THINK OP SUCH A TH1NQ. P IP THEIR MAN LOSES TO CTQE IT WON'T GET PUBLICITY IN THE u-s. THAT'S BESIDE V H-HOW THE POINT; IP /THERE AINT NO HOWEVER THIS ^,TITLE AT STAKE HOMBRE SHOULD p AN' TH' BEAT JOE" XAMERICAN BOXIN 1 THEY'RE ./ COMMISSIONS SITTING J \ WON'T RECON1ZE PRETTY. ^ ( IT, WE AINT GOT NQ STANDIN'. OHH YES. IP THIS BIRD WINS --THESE FELLOWS WILL GET HIM TERRIFIC NOTICES BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Eyes for a Jo')! By Billy DeBeck LOOK N 1 ._ _ . . W GOT ON SSR CttEST, SN SO- VNHBT SHE "VWUWIPS *\o,ooo SVC VMVtrtouT R \^v^AE POCW.ET- '· IF I. COUV.O GOOW IMTO RADIO PATROL By Eddie, Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt JUST KIDS TJic Fleet's In! By Ad Carter IM A SOLOER OF FO TWO CSNTS . ,-t I'M WRITING THE AUTOSIO6RAPHY OP MY L1PE IGOTA LITTLE AHEAD OF MYSELF AND I'M SOINS TO MAPST/ THE HEAD OF- THE NAVY- TVIE ADMIRAL-OF COURSE-AND K1ATURALLV.. NO-YOU'RE JUST A VERY ORDINARY . SEAMAN MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop -,,- , lVl -.-^!Oe jr aRD?..WHW BIRD?^ 1 FLOWN, 51R" y-f^ BE EXPLICIT/ BO'SUNI! } rtr-V -.AND SALUTE ME WITH X3UR RIGHT HAND-AMD * 'STOP USING THAT 3Oy SCOUT YES.SRHBHGOW'yER PARDOM, 61R! 1 . I W ^ REFERIW TO THAT UIL' SHE HILUBILLY THATS 'BEEN! ROOSTIM'IM OUR RIGSIM' -~ SHE'S GOME,SR!... ...FLEWO TH' COOP!! /GREAT GOBS O'SREEM SEA. VA4S.TER !! ...DO WE HAVE T'ASK THAT LANDLOCKED UL' LUBBER WHIN WE CAN SAIL? WHY i CAM'T WE SAIL WHENEVER WE GIT ("ONE TO TEN'.'. GOOD 'M' - T LIKE WE I-INK vyt WS4TCH YOUR IANGUA.SE, BOSUN! YOU FORSST, WE LONsSER OWM SHIP!! WE SOLO TME- PHU/WPS AN' !'. I SHALL i-, RECOMMEND TO A\ASTEC FRUMP, THAT WE SAIL WITH THE TIDE AT AMDNIGHTI TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Him 3tuy lie Hewn. But Not OntJ By Lyim Young E,WWIU= RAC\H6 TD aO\H 15ADDY/ SlDOSAT KEEPS A CdHSTAHT V16IL ATTHE Ca.LAR T3AP WHERE CLOWK AWD DUMOUVA ARE GOHF1HED YCHDEWS RADDVS SHACK WUERETYLER SPUDS HORSE TRIPS AH 5UST BE.NOND THE WEST EMD OF THE HOUSE R5UHO/XTK3N, CLOWN WWEREO VOURSURE » s^~ HOWIFTlM i f SUCCEEDSIHLUR\HGTW3 SOUNDS VSHDERPHOHV -RDME;,CLEVE:- MOHE HORSETHIEVES FROM THE« HtDOUT TO PADT3VS SHACK BIG SISTER By Lefi Forgrave A, JOY TO XNAVCE UP KK3OVJ TWAT SPECvi 1=. OFF" K-1V HE MADE TiAE OA^/S VvORK. JUS-T cXA.CTL.-Y -TANl.C'S. AfS VA.A-'S.'D. IT MEANV5 A LOt TO MAN/E VMM (vAV HAKJOS. MOW T CAM MAN1AG ·SOME= "SPARS TIIVIBPOR.MYSEL,V A, '·i r j n.-O. ^mct^ii-.iru Syndicate. ^.( .Vw'rrM.npt'

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page