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MONDAY, MAJtiCH 20, 1933. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELL,SV1L,L,J1). PA, ilJ NINJi. WAITRESSES ARE WE DON'T H DEAR-- I SAY WAIT-Vf MUST GET WE NEED . A OOB. A HOSTESS. GOT ANY EXPERIENCE 1 The Daily Courier Pattern FOR DAY OR EVENING PARTIES! PATTERN 9000. This is for young Miss "Sews-Her- Own," whose erquisite frocks never fail to delight her beaux! Pattern 9009 brings Marian Martin's latest ideas for TWO charming yet cosily- made dresse . . . a stVect-lenfith afternoon number, and a party-length gown to wear to dress-up dancesj graduation and like events. First, note the up-an-down shirring of, the bodice panel below the sweetheart neck. What could be more feminine than this "dressmaker" touch, which is featured, too, at the scalloped sleeves?--and it's so easy to do! (A special thread that shirrs as it stitches is ideal for this detail.) The pointed corselet-band makes a slim waist look still slimmer--while. the shirt has a vivacious flare! Pattern 0009 may be ordered only In misses' sizes 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 Size 16 requires 3/4 yards 3D inch fabric and 1^ yards ruching. 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 OF SPRING PATTERNS! You i: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 gram choice stresses partly favorites, brida' attire, all-occasion frocks, sand-and- Bea cloths. .. with Budget Ideas highlighted! . BOOK FIFTEEN CEMTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN T O G E T H E R TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. * Send your order to The Dailj Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New York, N. Y. Youu're Telling Me I By BILL BHAUCHER 1 A 14-year-oM Canadian girl can toss a grown man over her shoulder. She'll make a -wonderful -wife Â»ome day--for when the bill collectors come around. f T T AH these E u r o p e a n troubles Â·would be easier to stand if we just had a big watermelon or some Â·tra-wberry shortcake around to take our mind off 'cm. ! ! ! Those nmall nations so eager to jump on Hitler's band wagon may discover that it isn't a wagon at all --hot a cage. ! ! ! The Ides of March are gone and .now Uncle Sam must wait 12 more months before he hits the jackpot lagain. ; ; ; Maybe the reason then are ea many Nazi spies over here is that \they are studying the now theater \usher tnu/orms /or tho benefit of \Gcncral Goerinff. ! ! ! . We know a golddigrgcr who in jsista site is greatly interested in (books. You ffucssod it, bank books. NUHSKUVA. NOAM- use. HIS 'XITCHEN CABINET "WHEN HE. PREJ'AREUS STATE. NE1RS 7 w. L.acNsmv. NOAH-IF MY TVJIN WERE. A IN -THE. NAv^ ANOITOOK Hts PU^C-E, wouuo i BE: A SUB-7 oi* ABBOTT JOE PALOOKA The Turfmen's Tavern. By Ham Fisher / JOE'S TRAINING CAMP IS NOTHING BUT DULL. ROUTINE FOR THE TIME BEINS, SO LET US SEE WHAT ANN HOWE HAS IN MIND. SHE HASARR1VED IN HOLLYWOOD, AND TAKEN A ' ROOM IN A BOARDING HOUSE ON VINE ST. REALLY DON'T KNOW. IT DEPENDS ON MY GETTING HOW UONS WILL VOU BE WANTIN' THE ROOM, MISS Â£ GUESS IT WON'T/OH VM 1 BE HARD FOR AS/WIU-ING PRETTY A GERL(TO WORK AS YOU TO FIND/ AT ANY- EXTRA WORK, k THING FOR ALTHO' THEY DO BE OVERRUN WITH EM HERE. PARDON ME , SIR, Â· WHERE IS THE TURFMEN'S TAVERN LOCATED? TWO BLOCKS DOWN, Y UADY.J3 . Â© BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH So Far, Yet So ?fear. By Billy DeBeck DON'T VNO\N VjOttftTS XOU V.PrceuX-VT VJfiS XOU WHO SUGGESTED Ott-WS GOING "TO 3E SO JUST BJERN900Y BFMA-SOPfXWE, GOOOV Â« Mo\i 4-5 MVNUTES ?RON\ PWECWE-- HOUSE ,N "WE COUNTRV- C RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt I'D ADVISE. ^OU TO OPEN IT. IF THERE'S ftWBODt IN THF\T WALL M\GHt tSCftPi THE CHWR IF THEY'RE AlWE JUST KIDS A Feller You Cuu't Match! By Ad Carter HELLO-SAJ2AM- I HAVE A PR~ ~" , FOR VOU, BLESS YOUR HE ART-JOHN ALWAYS TVItNWNÂ© ABOUT ME JUST R3R ME -A OSARETTE-LIGHTER AND YOU WON IT ON A PUNCH-BOAfiD -AND YOU KNOW I DONT SMOKE -- '--Â· i * MAYBE YOU HAD BETTER KEEP MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK Spud's Good Deed for the Day. By Lym Young f OVJT v\e GIVE OUPSELVES UD NOW?..WEVE BEEM : SICK.. WE NEED SOME c=r OM.YA CWy OUT REST AM' HOT POODU ire? PORT..THEVD TURN AROUND AN' TAKE "A BACK HOME" T COULDKTT SNlEAK SOONER!! WE GOT TO BE CARcPULS I DONT INTO TROUBLES THAT REMIMOS /HE, MUGGS, r AW, GIVE IVE 3OT TO WAVE THIS OTHER ^IT TO HIKA, I LOANED -OU TO COWS ABOARO IMS COME ON 5 PEEL IT OFF li WE'RE HAVING INSPECTION! TOMORROW'N'tVE SOT TO GET IT POLICED UP i' PEE WEE ! ARE WE GLAD TO SEE VOU WITH THAT WATER!! ITS BEEM AVRJl. DOWNJ IM THIS DA.RK HOLDI! WHAV KEPT VOU SO LONG? C WELL, IVE SOT TO GET BACK BEFORE THEV AMSS A^E UP OM DECK!! A BOX OP EA\EF?SEMCy . , r . I SWIPED OUT OP ONE OP THE Â·af-'tO UUST UFE-BOATS-.VOU'U- BE AU-RIO-IT FOR AWHILE NOW MLK36S..HE HAS TO HAVE " AS SOON RVE^4 fSEEZS. Inc., World ii;(hu itjtmi VOUNS TVLER TDUDUSCLCWH \S CLE.VE.r2Ul. CLOVO/ VWAHTBD ) CROWN HIM USTO MEET HIM A WITH OAT -- SPUD DRAWS BACK OUT OF SSMT AFTER HIS SHOT "V MX LEG/ BIG SISTER By Les Forgrove SACK iM t)E CUOYER. PATCV4 TOOVC CARE OÂ«= AMOPED PROPER. T OUGHT -TO SE GOOO A L.OSSG flVAE JBS' LIKE DlS.