The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 5, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 5, 1938
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SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1935. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEL.LSVIL1/E, PA. ·--rAGlEJ'-NlNBr- T/ie Daily Courier · Pattern New Flattery for Active Women Found in Marian Martin Frock PATTERN 3648. You'll do your household task with greater efficiency when you wear a dress like this one which you comfortably and keeps you look ing your best no matter how much you rush around. And if you've al ways a million things to do,' you'] appreciate the ease and speed will which .you can stitch up this coa style from Pattern 3648. Its Ions princess lines and full-length fron closing add becoming height an slcndcmess. Make the botlicc clos ing in diagonal lines or straight. In checked cottons and tie silks thl same pattern works up into a smar shirtwaist dress that, larger v;omen will find most useful. Complete Mar ian Martin Diagrammed Sew Char included. ' Pattern 9618 may be ordered only In women's sizes 34,.36,.38, 40, 42 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 4 5- yards 36 inch fabric and 2A yards rick-rack. ' . , Send.FIFTEEN.CENTS in coins b stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sun ·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 cover! Sec the wide variety of stun n'mg, up-to-date clothes designed by Marian 'Martin! : Then settle down and make a wardrobe for yoursel .and family.' Even a beginner wll find it easy to turn'out clo'hcs-wiU a true professional look. BE SMAH" THIS SPRING! Order your copy o this helpful new Book' today! PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PRICE- OF PATTERN -FIFTEEN .CENTS BOOK..AND PATTERN.TOGETBGR ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to. The Courier Pattern Department; 232 W. 18th St New York, N. Y. If th' politician! Iniljt on pump- prlmln'.thoy might u»o «oms o' th 1 hot voter th«y keep bulne» In. Seth Peabody sez he mlnci the cuspidor Aunt Sarah threw out. Sho ay ha alway* mlued It anyhow. CEAia NOAH-IF A QUACK DOCTOK. CX3ME1S TO TOWN, MUST HE DUCK. HIS PATTSWS T1D CEIVE THE tSOWN PAYMENT T A)p-g«g. MUITI i f r NOAM-HOW CO/AE. I GOT BIS SiaAPES IN OUB UTTUE. SCHOOL AND LOW GEADES IN SCHOOL-? MAVI JOE / PALOOKAi Messed Up. . Horn Fisher WHAT-HE LEFT TOWH '-WHt-.RE' HEGOr-MtGOSH PION'T HE SLEEP HERE~-r HE LEFT AT MIPNIT AFTBK FI6HT. I'M GOT PLENTY · T'AGT YA. WHAT'S APCRESS^ NEXT DOOR TO THE CLUB. ANY CAB'LL YA -MERE'S THE * HULLO, GEE I'M GLAP T'SEE YA' BEEN A LONG TIME. SAY I'M MIGHTY PUZZLED-- SO AM I / YA GOT PLENTY . AN' YA BETTER TALK STRAIGHT I'LL PROB'LY ' .SUE TH' PANTS --ANP He SAIP YA SAID L YA NEVER WANTED T'SEE HIM THAT'S THE TRUTH. RIGHT* X DID* OH M/6OSH HERMAN-HAVE X*' WESSE.P THINGS.. UP.'/ BARNEY GOOGLE Snuffy Adds His Contribution. By Billy DeBeck NW UTTUe BON-BON XOU THOUGHT VOU screw, TO OVNOVVJM RIGHT OUR. BY GOOGIS-- LOOVAT THftT GL'S BLUE EVES ROSV SHE'S WttUT SE CPiLL ft t DON'T V.NO\M \WH«T T WOULDft DONE YOU WftON'T COtAE ftLOMG" SOFT I'LL GWS VOU THE LOW-DOWN THV= 3UN V5 Pi f\MO DOWN ON THV= WHICH = JUS' OFPPi THE FLORVDR KEYS- wufvt QOVMG T.O 5f=N "?·; Copr. RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt THE GOVERNOR COREOWRfilES ' OftlM. ftS TO HIS WHWEVER.THIS SEN^EMPIN TOLD YOU \s CORRECT AKD 1OU OO WHATEVER. HE WISHE IN THft 'UWOaTUNPiTE WEIL , 1 ' fORGtT IT / GU15S I I ELSE COULD TOO HWE OV»E TDU 1 -- CXDNE ? ftNO V APOlOGYl HOW ft60UTV(ORK ING Wm ME OO THIS D\SftPPEfcRED ? GONE *? MUSS Hf\0 WM IN WfiUOS TWICE ftKD HE ewe YOU'VE' CBZtMNK SHOWH COUSPfiEftND ( ,, M \ " M KNOW \ CWt TRUST XDU A PEW DWS LftlER. "THE WNG" RECEIVES JUST KIDS Some Fellers AH" the Luck! Ad Carter UTTCE OLO BONNET- SET IN PLACE AND A SMILE ON VOUR FACE- SW-MUSH-I JES' MET THE NEW FEU.ER WHO MOVED IN NEXT DOOR TO VOU-HE'S HAD THE MEASLES -THE MUMPS-WHOOPIN' COUQH- .AN'A, SUGHT TOUCH OF HAS HE GOT A'UNT VVITM THREE. GOLD TEETH?. VER.V PROFICIENT, . ISN'T HE? MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Fight lo the Finish. Lym Young VoU TWe. BoV TfeU- MlA/V THAT I'M Tb SET VOUR JOB.. X KMOW HE ISMY OUT.. (OJoW THAT TWE BOSS AlMt "OUT TIM RACES INTHE DIRECTIOH OP THE PISTOL SHOTS WE. WAS MEARO BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave CRUEL AC/XINH' KEVERGET \MSLU «p vou FEEDS W\E PEOPLE. \T'S CHS KIMO OPT ---4 BE6TT-tUiMG FOR POOD ALL. E==L , VOLJ. TUE. TXVA.'E.' I KKiONN HEv'S OUST SICK.. BUT 1 CAhTT ASOUT IT BECAUSE T CA^'T CT*. j OH,DEAR DSiLVGE AhSO LEAVE GOOD SOLTO FOOD AMD CAREFUL souo FOOD- YOO'D 3et VT QOICK.L.V ENOO6K: CT^K'CHl. I9J5. KIMl HAtWUi iltNOICAll.

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