The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 9, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 9, 1938
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wEDNi;5DXY, M \RCH 9, 1'HS THE DAILY COURIEU, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE ELEVEN The Daily Courier Pattern Printed Sheers Lead the Mode in Youthful Marian Martin Frock PATTERN' 0027. Eirly birds m the fashion uorFc talve to ihccr punted frocks now art because they re always ^o young and fresh-looking they keep on wearing them right through the Summer Here's one of the sweetest and rrost attractive ol the new styles uhich can be easily rmde from Pattern 9627. See how charmingly the fullness of the bodice is clustered at the shoulders and at the pointed waist- yoke An equilly soft and pleasing effect is produced bj flaring thi sleeves and leaving them open' Drcs up that slim pointed neck viith bright clip or a nose-gay of Spring flowers' Complete Marian Martin Diagrammed Sew Chart included Pattern 9627 may be ordered crly In misses' and women's si?es 14, 16 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 Siz 16 requires 3 5-8 yards 39 jnch fabric Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sure to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRFSS, ind STYLE NUMBER YOUR CLOTHES PROBLEMS SOLVED' WRITE TODAY lor our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PATTERNS' Look it over from cover to cover 1 See the wide variety of stunning, up-to-date clothes designed by Marian Martin' Then settle down and make a wardrobe for younel and family. Even a beginner wil find It easy to turn out clothes with a true professional look BE SMART THIS SPRING' Order your copy o! this helpful new Book todayl 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. You never kin tell how « frofl or a politician will jump. Snoot Glucklns come home yettl- day after a ten day absence on a weekend huntln' trip. PCAP. NOAH= IF IjOO 6EHRIS WERE. CORNERCP BY A BUNCH O!= AUTCXSEAPH F/^NS, VAPUUO HE MAKE. A BUN"? PUNN»C, N e. DEAR. NO*H=« WOULD A GOOD UISHT House.--' :EIPE^2- A\AVCE. A ©OOP UGHTHCAJSE e. u. RST JO(E PALOOKA By Ham Fisher KNOBBY MAKES AH IMPASSIONED PLEA TO THE. SEATTLE BOXING COMMISSION, ARGUMENTS WAX PRO AHD CON-HE'S BLUFFING LIKE HE'S NEVER BLUFFED BEFORE. AGREE. OH CONDITION f ,.,,._,,.}; THAT YOU SVGN NOW \ft WHEW/ FOR A RED KODNEY- r~I MEAN -PALOOKA [TITLE FIGHT WITHIN NINETY] "I'M WILL/N'T'COMPERMISB VY/TH you GENTS--Re/eRSE TH REFEREE'S D'CIS ION AH' I'LL SI6N PER A TITLE BOUT WITH ROD HEY. NOTHIti COULP BE FAIRER. THAN THAT/TAKE. IT R/GHrS.r UEVER AGREEP T'AHY AZ WS MANAGER,* S'PREME COURT-BUT- x GOT FIGHT HERE GO TOW THAT SOUNDS REASONABLE TO ME,MR.WALSH. HOW ABOUT YOU GENTLEMEN 3 ss:-- Hm i--,,ef. BARNEY GOOGLE A Warning Shadow. Billy DeBeck GOOD MIGHT. TEV.UNG MOU WE GOTTft GET OUTTft HERE HOW OO r KNOW \NHPfPS ERTIr^ HIM HS'S JUST SORE BecftusE WE YOUR \NHF\X VMOUV-O "VH 1 THfVT GUV STftCKPOLE IS ft CRRCKPOT OUR uves (M ORNGER-- so V.P5TEV.V T. COUUD To KEEP US PROW\ OR.OUMOIM' THEN KIV-V- US VE TftUK UPlK' R \DJ\T, GOOGV.E -- QUT- \T FUN'T SftFE OP US TO BE. OON'T POV NO ^A^Z HE'S A UEETLe TETCHEO IN TH' HftVD- RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt -ftN IF THE COPS WERE SMftRT, THEY OU6HTA TRY TOJWD OliT vMERE 1 . ; f\ND 3ftNGSTEfc. MOLVS -THEIR Swav ClOTHES -YEftH/ N4' r f\ FEYJ TOO, LOOKlN 1 BPRQWNSJ I KNOW A OftME WHO PICKED UP ft RFTEEN HUNDRED FUR COftT FOR- FQUG HUNDRED BUCKS. IT WENT THROUGH THREE OR. FOUR HANDS BEFORE T REftCHED HEa. CAM YOU IMAGINE ft MftRKET LIKE THftT ? WITH W.ITHE PEOPLE" WHO COME IN CONTACT i COULD tOU IDENTIFY THESE I COUUMf I L^ S 5 ! THEM fGWNTI TM K WELL, LET'S PUT \T TWS WAY. \F, SOMEOKY,TH\S WHOLE MOB SHOULD BE ROUNDED UP, BIS SHOTS AND AU., WOULD XOVi BE. WILLING TO TESTIFY ? IN THftT CftSE, SURE/ VOULON'T JUST KIDS One of (he Pour Hundred. By Ad Carter I JUSTT READ ABOUT A ^ BABY THAT \VAS BORN / WHO'S AWFUL RICH / AND HE'S OS^LED f J A "MILLION-DOLLAR/ BABY" ----^ I'M NOT A MILLION-) 1 !·, DOLLAR BABY I'M A FOUR- HUNDRED-DOLXAR WHEN MV POP HIS INCOME TAX HE TAKES OFF FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS 1 OUST ON ACCOUNT,, OF MUGGS McGiNNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK Under Fang's "Watchful Ere. By Lym Young BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave OD-DBOOODX-E. VJEVE FOUND TUt MA WHO PEEPED IN OUW. SHE S BEEM V)VSVA\K3G SHE COOLO F(MO H\VJ\ EVER.'aVKiCe SPECK YOU MEAN VOO HE -roov. svc«. KE'6 NOT PLACING OV=F / PRAVEO ? JUST 0 GET 0 ST/W 1M BHO ·BUT-tHVS MAN A-NN, I OVOM'T NAEA,^ A5AVOMS HAJD BEE^i WEAWi^ BOT W\A.ti N1\UV. DO VAVNA, SMOW.UO-S OF GOODS

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