The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 3, 1938
Page 9
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THURSDAY, MARCH-3, 103S. THE DAILY COTJRIER, CONNELIVIL1.E, PA". P AGE-NINE. The.Daily Courier ; ' Pattern; : - Slim Young Housekeepers Revel in Smart Marian Martin Frock PATTERN 9646. f "Keep young" nnd as beautiful cs J possible even when you're Spring- cleaning or dashing around doing the daily chores. And you'll be amazed to see how easy it is, when you wear a simply cut frock like tills one from Pattern 96-16. You'll love the freedom it allows J'ou, particularly 'in the sleeves which may tic made cither capped or putted. The . trim,. sliyhtly raised waistline, he-Id smooth by the sash from the sides, J makes you feel delightfully sl'm and * the 'collar nnd tie-ends carry a demure, , "little-girl" air that mv.kcs you look very fresh and younK. If you wont this style to "go places," make it of silk." Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included. "'·.' '. ' · . Pattern 9S46 may be ordered only In nvsses* and women's sizes 14," 1C, 18, 2(t. 32, 34, 36. 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires 3 3-8 yards 36 inch. Scnc, FIFTEEN CENTS in coins, or stamps. (coins preferred) for EACH MAHIAK MARTIN pattern. Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME, ' ADDRESS,' and STYLE NUMBER. YOUR' CLOTHES "PROBLEMS SOLVED! WRITE TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PATTERNS! Look It over from cover'to coverl · See the wide variety of stunning, up-to-date clothes designed by Marian Martin! Then settle down nnd make u. wardrobe for yourscli and family. Even s. beginner wll find it easy to turn out clothes with » true professional look. BE SMART THIS SPRING! Order your copy of this helpful new 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 W. 18th St. New York, N. Y. · D«e Our Classified Ads. They bring results. Cost is smalt Sprlno tnow It like th* taxpayer** money--juit melti away. Link Oikey lay* hi* wife, Roe, by any other name would be Jctt a* contrary. NUMSKUU. j» «S Goi NO/XH«HOW WISH WAS Ml UK. WHEN THE COW vJUMPEl THE MOON? N. FCB.SUSOH DEAR. NOAH=WOUI-C YOU HAT;* AS DARKNESS THAT QIU. DUNNASAM E/\«T3t4IA, N.C. WEAVS DEAR. NOAH- COFT=IT-tr. STANDING TOO LONG"? ' PALOOKA 'Off to -Anyivhere. ·'. By i. ._iin Fisher BARNEY GOOGLE A Bare "1'Jsb." By Billy DeBeck .AWRIGHT-- WE'LL '.DUCK OUT THE BACK. TBLL ·EM-I'M THRRIBI-E" SORRY WILL YOUSE 'I SURE WILL, SON I CAN NEVER TELL V/t HOW APPRECIATE WHAT YA PIP PER WE'LL. KETCH A TRAIN PER SOMGWHERES X PON'T KNOW WHERE. OKAY .. MR. WALSH- we CAN TAKE OFF. VtSfiTHER'S CLEARING. HERE SHOOT THIS TELEGRAM OVER TH' PHONE ME. WILL. ,YA? SSNT TU' WIRE IN CARE 'A FIGHT CLUB 9 TOLE HIM T'MEST ME AT TH' AIRPORT IN TH' MORHlHi ANEW CROP A R'POHTAHS OUTSIDE. HOOT IT THIS'. HOTEL^HS'S GOT PLENTY BXPLfilHI T'DO T'MB, NttGHT PiS \A)EU- ,3OOG\_E-- WE-UNJS .ttfttt^T GOT MO VX'S CTUST BOM-QQN OHOt\- WHV8X.V-GUST RADIO PATROL I'll OVERLOOK THPir .5OCK IN TOE CHIH. BUT, 3UQOY, I'M SICK OF SWING "OJ. YOU'VE GOT ft 1OT OF By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt I SUPPOSE BUT, OFFICER, I CWT DO VT CAN'T, Ert :? WEIL , MFXYBE THEY CftH MftKE H U H ? I CftN ' " TfUKDOWftf SEE YOU'RE. GOING TO BE DIFFICULT HnNDlt \ TCUtDU.WHftT-1 LKTIE Mf\N, I'M CAM \ 6UY MY f SORRY YOU 5W1 UELEftSE « ftW r! THPiT. \ WP»S PRICE. COME, ^..BEGINNING TO.UKE 00 1QU v "' 1 ~~ COME. ON, EVTrtER. "WMT A MMUTE. V' TftlK TO ME OR ^ GUESS-THERE5 rO LX) IT ftT f----^ OTHER. Wtt OUT... I'M ft SECRET PROSECUTOR ftNO JUST KIDS Xcw Rich. By Ad Carter SWE SAID WHEN' WE SET 9IG AN' GET MARRIED WE HAVE TO SAVE OUR PENNIES WHEN WE GET MARRIED WE'RE ^-V THREE MONTHS? GONNA SAVE OUR PENNIES) ^ FOR THREEX ' JL^..y) =^ MONTHS / ^TSU ^ AUTYMOBILJE! MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop /MAW. I WOMTeO IM slOST THAT IS ... MOT VERY LOMS Mot vfeo OMLV UAJCK AeooT Jkl Vfe, Mt=y.T, WALK RIGHT iiJ THE. SUSWUX 'WOUNDED BE AST, NOW INPURIATED, CHARGES ONTHE E^ r i TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Black Cat Smells a House. By Lym Young PANlC-SmiCKENjKUDSS F1WE.S BIG SISTER By Les Forgravo X CVM'T wtL-P IT, OOT WE GOES Ice-f I MortODov r CJOS^T. ..GEf\ 1'M.A.SVCK.MAM! VOOR-CLOTWE-S X'rASVCVCTtEUUVA. VOO I ·SXCK. AS A v*O«Se. Jr^ ooesKi'T V TS-WT BHAiK' TvAS / -STOCVC VlVTM. --1 -.. A UO-AG "TlbAH

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