The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 18, 1939 · Page 7
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March 18, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1939. THE DA FLY COURIER, CONNET-.LS'VTLLE, PA. PAGE. SEVEN. The Daily Courier Pattern LINGERIE-TRIM BASIC FROCK PATTERN 900G Designed to help your figure achieve the high bosom and slim waist of a debutante! And how youl delight in the simple, high neckline --perfect for your clips and pins Then too, the sweetest of lingerie collars and tabs gives you that smar "little girl" look. And you can viiry the waistline with different belts! Indeed, every "twelve to forty" shoulc be enchanted with this new Basx Style . . . not only for its flattery versatility, but also for its easy making. The Sew Chart of Pattern 9000 reveals that bodice and skirt sections are in one--both front and back Decorative darts in the .two-piece front give the newest tmy-waistcd effect, while the skirt swings out so softly and prettily! Pattern 800G may be ordered only Jn misses' and women's sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 38, 38 and 40. Sizes 16 requires 3'/ = yards 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins for 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 O F SPRING PATTERNS! You .:an solve (ALL your spring sewing problems as you look it over from cover to cover. Every style is flattering and easy to stitch, whether for children, juniors, misses or matrons. The grand choice stresses partly favorites, bridal attire, all-occasion 1'rocks, sand-and- sea cloths... with Budget Ideas highlighted: . BOOK FIFTEE.IM 'JEAlS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN T O G E T H E R TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.. Send your order to The Dally Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W. ICtli St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Mel - By BILL BRAUCHER 1 MAP PUBLISHING was once a sedate, leisurely business. However, since Hitler came on the scene the atlas boys have started to turn out last minute special extras. i i j New York woman dies, leaves her $5,000 estate to a pet cat. Just another tough break for the fake stock salesmen. t r T Slip covers for walls arc now bo- ing offered. What'a more necessary ia a raincoat for the roof. T I J ' Not all of France's troubles arc international. Within her borders that harassed nation houses 40 political parties. ! ! ! Noted composer razzes swing nusic. All, whnt'a this, maestro-lust another rapsody? i i i Summer can't be far away. A Bzy friend who lias spent the win- cr inventing an automatic snow ihovel has given it up and is now rortfinff on a sclf-operatinr lawn nuwer. /(OAH 3-tfc - DOES THE. OF A FOOTBALL PLAYER. CC5LJ-E.CT HIS INSUP-ANCEL WHEN HE KJCKS OFF ~. . HISATH TON, IQW/S, COOKIE: SWEET; po PECAN SECT NUTS 7 W. KOW^^X. jSHE^-irsM .CONM. _ CAtt-IC. "TMtft )r DAD, I'M LEAVING POR THE i COAST. JOE PALOOKA Dad Howe. By Ham Fisher Z THINK A LITTLE PLEASURE TRIP WOULD DO YOU GOOD, IT'S A COMBINATION OF PLEASURE AND BUSINESS.IP I'M SUCCESSFUL- IN MY BUSINESS IT WILL BECOME A PLEASURE. J---AND I BELIEVE IT'S THE ONLV WAY I CAN CLEAR JOE. IT'S AN AMAZ-X ING \DEA_,ANN- BUT TOO DANSER- OUS.BLINKY GORDON ^S SCOUNDREL AND COMPLETELY / AS IF X DIDN'T KNOW THAT. BE CAREFUL, DEAR, AND BLESS YOU. BUT I'M SOINS ANYWAY NOTHING CAN STOP ME. NOW JUST WHAT ARE YOU TALK- INS ABOUT? EXPLAINTHIS PARADOX. ANN EXPLAINS HER PLAN TO MR.HOW9. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH "Home, Sweet Home'.-' By Billy DeBeck HltlSEDE ?RRNl-2fe kcres- Two miles from, paved road. Five-room, frame Viouse. Barn - COXN -shed - hen-house. Babb\ing brooV.- scsmce HQ\N 00 ^OU '5P05E Pi GUH TO B tf\\\-U004S- P\VL TtY BVLVS 00 X JUST SOU tiO RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie ' Schmidt THERE'S ft HOUOW PlftCE HERE. EV1M.WIY ft SICRETj CLOSET -^ USE "^s- HEBD TOR. A B--5-B- NEVER. M\ND , SWvt, MWBtT HE'LL U5TEN TO REASON r- ^f^-- JUST KIDS Big 1 Gume Hunter. By Ad Carter AN' MOM-DEAR I DON'T WANT FIVE CENTS- OH-MV-NO! BUT-MOM-DEAR-DOWN AT SWEENEY'S THEY'RE HAVIN' A SALE ON BICYCLES FOR FOURTEEN DOLLARS AW THIRTY-TWO CENTS-POW'S MOM-DEAR- I DONT WANT A QUARTER- OH-MY-NIO MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop / V VES/SIR !! ITS REALLY l* GOOD ^Ot?NIN(3, ]( PEAUNfTH'eREEKjTHIS CAP'M PEAEUESSK-^ti A\ORNIM',S|R» A FINE .. A 07 CF A SREEZE "V/rTvi T OP AIR I' BLOWIM'TMIS MORNING, ...EH, WHAT ULP I'LL SAV THING FOR THIS BEIN' SEASICK ..I'M MOT HUMC5R.Y AMY I'LL ME SIDW AW-s^ h. ASAJM !| OH 1 . 1 . .OH!! IF I COULD tr ONLY DIE. II ITS ALASOST POUGH A TURN ^Copr. !9:-C!. Kir.g Fc»tur« Synd.'catc, Inc.. World rights TIM TYLER'S LUCK It's Au Unhealthy Climate for Tim. By Lym Young OLn WtTVA IT, EADDV- OF SOME KIWD, CLEVE' VJEN/E YpUNS TYLER? WHERE'S CLOWH BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave ! VOU MJEfaE. TOD IT MA.^. MADE . , IT V^AS PIVJE YOOTO OP T*4E. HOOSE.VOOCZK. . MADE A ClRL OP WER.. IV VJA-3 VOOR MOIJEV CVAIUO POf?. L-AUCiMTEB- VJMOL-E MOOSE . IT WAA-NIE AGO ·

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