The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 21, 1939 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 21, 1939
Page 9
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·-TUESDAY, MARCH Jil, 1933. i'HE DAIJLT COUHrER; CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. x'AGffi NINfc. !F ME DOES OOH DEAR. I'M NOT HALF AS BRAVE AS X TOLD DAD I'D The Daily Courier Pattern JHIRTWASSTER THAT BUTTONSUP PATTERN fl 010. Styled for outdoor activities--an "date" life too--Pattern 9010 Is tha tvear-it-everywhere frock you've been planning to make! What's more this latest Marian Martin tailor-typi Is as becoming to the size 40 matron ns to the slim little thing who wears a 12. Notice the front-button closing, which makes the style so easy to put ori in a jiffy. Golfers and tennis players will love this feature, nnd also the action-room provided b; gathers under the yoke. Choose a etriped cotton up the lovely bias cut, of the flared skirt. Then tor a festive dress, select a floweret silk crepe. The making, as you't Buess, Is temptingly simple! Pattern 0010 may be ordered only In misses' and women's sizes 12, 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40 Size 16 requires 4Vi yards 39 inch fabric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coins to: this MARIAN MAHT1N pattern. Hi sure to write plainly your SIZE NAME,. ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. Send today for the very populn: MARIAN MARTIN B O O K O F SPRING PATTERNS! You ..-an solv ALL your spring sewing problem as you look it over from cover tc cover. Every style is flattering an easy to stitch, whether for children juniors, misses or matrons. The gram choice stresses partly favorites, brida nttire, all-occasion frocks, snnd-and sea cloths. .. with Budget Ideas high lighted! . BOOK FlFi'EEN OEM'S PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN T O G E T H E R TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.'Send your order to The Dail; Courier, Pattern Department, 232 W 18th St., New York.iN. Y. You're Telling Me I ,,. BT BILL BUAUCHER 1 t A perfect marriage occurs when ·a man is interested in a woman'e clothing styles and she is a baseball fan. ! ! ! Indiana led the life. When spring came they didn't have to worrj, about cleaning up the basement o cleaning out the attic. I I ! The Dionne quintuplets will be introduced to the British royal famil] when they visit Toronto, Canada King George may feel lonesome sur* rounded by six queens. i i i Readers of a New York newspaper are quarreling over what constitutes' a gentleman. This gives pou A rough idea how scarce they are. ! I ! General Franco must be holding lip Aw triumphal march, into Madrid until Hitler [fete through an- nexillff the front page. 1 ! 1 Maybe we ought to blame. Hitler for the unemployment problem. Every time tic absorbs a country Chink ot all the ambassadors tlirown put of workt lf= A AVVS I HAE.T3 BOIL-F n, Wlt_L_ H BECOME. fa. A I OF" DEAfZ. 1_EAVS TU1SN THE. F=»UU-, A!2E THE.Y BL-USHINS BS.OO.USE. THE.Y HAVE.-BEIEM AU1-- t-U MDBg .. HcrnoKm JOE PALOOKA Tlie Spot. By Ham Fisher REALLY WE BEEN AN (WELL, I'LL). EXCELLENT HOSTESS f TRY YA. IN THE EAST, THE LEAD-J.YA MAKE ING SOCIETY PEOPLE f A NICE CAME TO OUR PLACE (. APPEAR- TO 'EAT.-BUT I WANTED/ ANCE, AN' TO COME.,,,,^_ .~J_J--\ YAGOTA TP.HQU.Yfl£r^^^ A JOB IN THE TURPMEN'S TAVERN X WISH X COULD . WRITE SHRIMP W) AND TELL HIM, NOW IF MR.BLINKY GORDON OR NICKY WEBBER AS HE CAULS HIMSELF NOW--ONLY SHOWS BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH Sniiffy's Not to Be Shaken. By Billy DeBeck RADIO PATROL Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt OURN TttEVR HVDES V. GOOGLE WVD - N\R. ft WO WRS. GOOGV.C SORRV , RN FOR UNT IN tt\U.S\OE RU T.WS \NRP\\--PEfc\- OF WVS OMER "TO VRMINX SIH'T GOT C40 PLftCE tO GO PROPVTXV VN "XW \NOOOS -- \MttBR 'BOUtS V5 \ WOUl-DN'T KNOW. \'M IF tOU MftKE. f\ MOV LIKE THW "ftGftlN / SO HELP Ml , I'LL SHOOT G£T UPON ft£T CAUSED C THE OPEWNS Of 1HE SECRI1 aosti, CHftRUE ft REftK fORTHE DOOR. HOTICED EK NONE- JUST KIDS It's a Gift! By Ad Carter ON MY BRTTHCAY COULD I IVE HIM A LITTLE: POKE IN THE YES-YOU'VE) MOM-van KNOW I I DONT / LIKE TOMMY ) O'KEEFE?/ MOM-I WAS WONDERINS IF YOU'VE TAKEN NOTICE OF MY SOOD BEHAVIOR OF LATE? YES -I KNOW YOU DONT HAVE YOU NOTICED THAT I HAVENT EVEM TAPPED HIM ON THE NOSE LATELY? YES-I KNOW THAT YOU HAVEN'T MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop VOUKJS .WASTER '^ v \ FRUMp IS ASSK3MED ^ TO VDUI? VVATCH..WHAT SOST OPA.SAILOI? IS _^ HE tSOlM' 70 A^AKE ·? ) ^ SiAIUOR?...WHy, IT AM INSULT TO 1 --v TH'PROPESSION T'ANEMTION THET Ul_' \ LUBBER'S MA^\E IM TH' SAME BSSEATH } Vv/rr'SAJUM'J! H£ COULDN'T SAIL A V STRAiV HAJ IM A HURRICANE U WHY... J ~7 ... IF ME WASM'T TH' OWlstEF2.'S ' HE VVONT WC3RK1 1 ... HE WON'T 'T DO/WyTMlNGl TIM TYLER'S LUCK Two Men on » Horse. By Lyrn Young S.CAKTV4EAR M\S HORSE. VIE MUST BE SA\MIHS ON BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave JUST -fi-WST GOMH. SWMG LOOK ST MIM OUT MOOWIMC AROUUO (M A.MO IWTTO TU5 «\ULS. VOO It-J fUS. A,\R- AK1D VJE'RE TO HAVE: To KEEV AM -r EVS OM DAO. . ·30OM. -vtlERE'LI... SE MO vA\i«\.KiCnwNiG vJ\v_L.DO,_ MOST BE DO AsiO X»Jtfsv TO Cttpr. 1939. Kin S Fe*(urfta SyndkMf. In:., \Vcftd HgTita

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