The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 1, 1938
Page 9
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TUESDAY, MARCH 1. 103S THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE MINIS. The Daily Courier Pattern T 12-Gorc Skirt Has Mod ern "Swing" in New Marian Martin Design PATTERN" 9645. Into the giddy whirl of Sprin events, comes the swing skirt.. young, so lull of zest that it csrric gaiety wherever it goes And sur pnsmgly enough it Is no trouble a all to make it you use Pattern 8C45 You can run up those twelve gore in the start with great ease and a for the rest of the dress Its lines ar ever so simple Trim the neat iclla and turn-back cuffs with top *tlteh ing, to match or contrast, or you ma leave it oft entirely Dress up th bodice with a row of small button make short or long sleeves. As t fabric, tie silk is a fa\ontc, but it smart in linens and cottons, to Complete Manan Martin Diagram med Sew Chart included. Pattern 9645 may be ordered onl in misses' and women's sizes 12, 1 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 4 Size 16 requires 4 yarSs 39 inch. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins 0 stamps (coins preferred) for EAC MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sur to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER YOUR CLOTHES PROBLEM SOLVED! WRITE TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PAT TERNS' Look It over from cover t cover! See the wide variety of stun rung 1 , up-to-date clothe* designed b Marian Martin' Then settle dow and make a wardrobe for yourae and family. Even a beginner wl find it easy to turn out clothes wii a true professional look. BE SMAR THIS SPRING! Order your copy o this helpful new Book today! PR1C OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PR1C OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courii Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th S New York, N. Y. Use Oar Classified Ads. They bring results. Cost Is sma Soth Ponbody uyt th' «alt«tara c*ll it free speech but that It'* only cheap Ulk. Jtka Crabtree got «o mid at th' wetther ho turned hit thermome- ttr't faco V th' wall. . f*3AW-lF A SOBLEJ-T IS A Sl-A WHA-TiS A LITTUES BOY S, DE^E. (! 1 ^AH«= DO BANK. HAVE TO BE THE '. BOOti=., OK. PO USE A SCALES -J n. BUU/IUCR. JOE PALOOKA Going Kcrts, By Ham Fisher WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO SLEEP /V A C07 . WE'VE GOT AN EMPTY ON£ you CAN USB NO THANHS UPPY. X COULDN'T SLEEP. NOT WHEN TIST LOST A MILLJOH ·POLLAR TITLE. I DON'T GET YOU. WON'T MORH/N BVBR COMB SUFFERIH ---AN' I DON'T KNOW WHETHER HE'LL LOSE HIS TITLE OR NOT. THEY'LL PROB'LY CLAIM HE DISQUALIFIED HISSELF, AN' CALL IT A TECHNICAL f YOU'RE A3TIN' \MESMI60BH , x GOTTA: IGIT ' ---I'M GO/i HERTS/ {£) McXnufthl Syndicate, Inc. TO BE LIFTING. I'LL CHECK ANP WHAT THE LATEST BULLETIN BARNEY GOOGLE Snuffy flukes n "Clenn-Up." By Billy DeBeck T. SETTER GO UP V SMOOTH THINGS Y OVER VMVTH OUR. HOST- \ GEE-HE- OUGHTTPi / KNOW t WOULOM'T TW.S I'LL C5ES' "SET HERE IN TW SUM PER. QVT 'BOWS. LOOKS TO f\W\OLE--" MILLIONS OOLV.BR.S ^ RAD1O PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt THEM , 5fM / I WhNT 1Q GIT V.QOK W THE WGH HKt As RADIO CftR. ARRIVES ON 1HE THE JUST KIDS A Treat on the House. By Ad Carter FHAT'S VERV SWEET OF YOU, BUT 1 HAVE OTHER THINGS TO -;igjt ^ DONT U1KE TO GO ALONE-MOM 'CAUSE i'uu BE SO LONESOME POR YOU ARE YOU BUSY THIS AFTERNOON-MOW OH,WELU.-I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO THE LOAN OF A DIME I CAME IN TO TAKE YOU TO THE I CERTAINLY AM MUGGS McGlNNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Smug FugUhc. By Lym Young SAY. "DID Vfeu SL.ICE- ^ MAM' you ALMOST MISSED IT THi-3 TIME." f X.CEPT X ' THOUGHT VfclU ,-MIGHT BE KAPPV COOKED A MEAL IP PANS DOESN'T , LOSE TMS SCEMT X VJEUU SOOM CATCH UP WITH KLOSS THIS MUZ.ZUE FOR NDU. FAWS/ SONOU V«OMT TEAR HIM TO PIECES WHEN WE MEET UP ·wnw WM -- STONES ARE.STILL XWSAPE-1'VE GWENTUE IVORY PATROLTHESL1P I'MTDO.SLICK. KLOSS CLIMBS A WISH TREE TO SURVEY)' THE COUKTRVSIDE _ I ·FOR. PURSUERS BIG SISTER By Les Forgravo ·WARNED NOO Asoorr GETTING INTO-tHATT / OQ ICE-BOX,QUT,MO/ MDO NVOOUOtA'T O/OX'S DE LiaSTSTWAVl! tVS SEEM EASY Virt'MSO 1 . t^CNN X'M, fiAROOGH STRAlGWf Tt3 CJEPOLACE us LE-T NOO OPt= IP VOU'LL T5SOM.VS ME "TO - NJO.voO* U-ET ME -3XOP VOO'- ^ERE 1 ^ VtXJR. COW. -\ / . IS- Vf'S GET-TiNl LATE. \T OF5 -nME.BOT WATCH. IMOE

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