The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 16, 1939 · Page 11
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March 16, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. eAU-l!; JiiLJi'VJUN. The Daily Courier . Pattern CUTE PLAY-AND- SCHOOL FROCK JOE PALOOKA A Swell Idee? By Ham Fisher PLEASE-I'LL TELL YQU EVERYTHING THAT'S HAPPENED. HOW YOU OPENED THE MAIL-THEN YOU MET KNOBBV WALSH- (YOU SEE I KNOW ALL ABOUT YOU. YOU W1UST TRUST ME. I'LL TAKE THE NEWS TO THEM WHAT IS \T.» DO YOU KNOW WHERE GORDON IS ?? HOW DO I KNOW I KIN TRUST YA?IP 'M CAUGHT SQUEALIN:. . IT'S --YA KNOW WHAT I MEAN. SHUT UP/ * DON'T TALK OUT LOUD. LISSEN--(HERE'S D'LOW DOWN -- I KNOW \MHER.E HE 15 ASA\N- S Z Z 2 Z - - THEY COULDN'T POSSIBLY SET THERE BEFORE TWO MONTHS. OHHH SHRIMP I'VE AN IDEA -- PLEASE J. S'POSE TELL ME WHAT ( I MIGHT YOU THINK j^sd^AS WELL.' OF I TINK YER * PRETTY SWELL. MISS --AN' SO'S YER IDEE--AN' --AND X SWEAR I THINK Z CAN DO IT. ANN CAREFULLY DESCRIBES HER IDEA TO ·SHRIMP. · BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Bui; There's No Money in It for Barney. By Billy DcBeck PATTERN 9005 Small girls will clap their hand with joy when given this Marian Martin pantie-dress to wear! And mothers will be,pleased .not only with its dainty, .charm, "but also with its- easy making! Ever see greater versatility in a one-piece, school-and- play irock? There are three parity sleeves--and two attractive neckline * versions. Then--instead of the easy shirrings of the dirndl waistline, there may be a tie belt holding in the fabric "fullness, if your daughter is set on bright colors--as most youngs- · tors are--use a gay print. Or, i£ it's your own idea to contrast yoke, collar and sleeves, · combine a little plain-tone fabric with your print; Uic-rac is a cheery trimming. · Pattern 9005 may be ordered only in children's iizes 4, 6, 8, .19 and 12. Size 6, dress with collar, requires 2 3-8 yards 35 inch fabric and 2 3-8 yards rlc-rac. . . · Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for this MARIAN MARTIN pattern. He sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Sand today lor the vei-y popular MARIAN MARTIN B O O K . O F SPRING PATTERNS! You ,:an'solve ALL your . spring sewing problems as you look it'over from'"cover to cover. Every style is Haltering and easy to stitch," whether for children, juniors, misses or matrons. The grand choice stresses partly favorites, bridal attire, all-occasion frocks, sand-and- sea cloths^.. with Budget Ideas highlighted! . BOOK FIFTEEN GEM'S PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOKT AND · PATTERN T O G E T H E R TWENTYrFIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Mel By BILL BRAUCHBR ! FARMERS ARE now told not to Jet ttioir hogs get overweight, excess fat spoiling the bacon. Maybe that's right but somehow we don't think ·we'll ever become accustomed to streamlined piga. ! ! ! Penguins, we read, are the only birda to walk absolutely erect. And tho only ones mitty enough to makt their home at the South Polo. New York City consumes '200,000 carloads of fruit, largely apples, a year. Sounds like a bad place for a doctor to set up shop. ' That new 200-inch telescope will bring our lunar satellite within a Tew miles of the earth. We thought she Man in tho Moon looked sort of ·ale lately. ! J ! Prime Minister Chamberlain need tever be out of work. Almost tmy rircwa would be fflad to give him a \ob 03 tightrope walker. How can baseball be the national ' r»me when so many know so little ibout it they think a fielder's choice iroiild naturally be either. a' blondo TOU o IT BE A BURNING DA- NOm-IF OOHN Tbl_D A U.IE, WOULD HIS WILUAM TEL.C ^MlTM Nt°iH-PO TREES BECAUSE THEL VMINO THEM eoocy .GOODS PORE COTTER'S Cow 19)9, Kffi, fSI.ro Svnlicro. 1m.. WorB lilto RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt TAKE HIM IN. THE OTHER." RQOM/SftM THERES SOMttrUNG ME. GOT TO fIND OUT BUT IRISH , ACCUSTOMED TO SUCH HAPPENINGS, LNJNCHES HIMSELF ffi THE GUN ARM OF OKW, SPEAK UP/ WftVS TOE IOER VJHY-UH- WE S- HEftSD WINDOW f\ND- CHPRUE HOLDS THE UNftRMED TRIO W IN THE HftLLWAX JUST KIDS From the "Ground" Up. By Ad Carter MISTER BRANNER- MUSM TOLD ME THAT THE ADMIRAL AINT THE HEAD MAN OF -.THE NAVY HE SAID THE SECRETARY ^ OF THE NAVY IS OVER THE ADMIRAL AN' MUSH IS SOINS TO BE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY WHEN HE SETS . READY I'M 6OINS TO .CHANGE BIOSRAPHY--I'LL PUT IN THAT I MARRIED THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY-SO I WISH YOU WOULD PLEASE START l WORKIN' ON IT ^_ _^ .j ; MUGGS I McGlNNIS Waily Bishop BOSUNS PIPE ALL HAUDS OM DECK!! BATTEN DOWM ALL HATCHES-N- PREPARE TO MAKE SAIL!! HA! WV. HW KHCEGOIMVGRETCHEM'. 1 . WE GOT THE "OL'MMd" GOOD THAT - T A/E.SIRl A SEABCH OF THE SHIP HAS FAILED TO REVEAL VOun UTTLE GAL ·VERY WELL, CAPTAIN FEARLESS, IF VOUtJE CERTAIN THAT EFFIE MAE..HAS LEFT THE SHIP, I'M READV iUSOLENT JUNSLE CIVIL TONGUE UL FEED RiSHTO, PERCV!! ...VE OLD PIRATE!! SFJETCHEM.IS AVERV BAD SKIPPER!! ·· REMIND ME TO SWSQ ~ MOUTH DOWN ·'., WITH SOAP)!'. "^ FORGIVE HER; NAUGHTY BIRD 11- TIM TYLER'S LUCK Mr. Soogat JIlsscs His Targets. By Lym Young "ATTWE'rlORSETMlEVES CLOWN.' DUM-DUM.' THEVVE TUNNELED THEIR WAV OUT OF THE CEUUAR-- IF MVHORSE.- HADHT TOPPED ANDFALUEH SPUD COKTIMUES ONTO RAOCNS HOUSE BIG SISTER By Les Forgrove BOT VOOR. OCJtS- ' JOST" THE. "SWE. TWESJ M£S TQ-VEEP up 0^1 TME suovjs OP PUCy'TPWCT'rwILJST UP VvMTW. VOU VMC.- . , . _ F/XIL. t^»^ ? ·- ' ~f ObVH! MV BUT NOU STILJ- HASJH. YOOFZ. OOTIES. AV5E VOOR1-DS OF BOOVS A NURSE J AhiD SNWV WCSi": COO^/TDO'. SNKV, / BE.ENi CHIEP COOK L.EA^E'a ME A.-5 / AK1O BCn^LE - WASHER. 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