WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1939. THE DATL7 COURIER. CONNET.LSVTLT.B. PA. The Daily Courier Pattern UTILITY FROCK TO SLSMYOU! ^TRcuiiwC'' lllartfcv PATTERN' 995S. If your morning xvardrobe needs * spring tonic, hurry and run up Pat- Urn 9055 . . . a style that every Thirty-Four to Forty-Six will want for its slimming qualities and its prettiness. This general-utility frock proves that an unbroken front panel is the shortest route to slenderness. And it proves, too, that a dress without waistline seams is the easiest of designs to make and to wear! Both debonair collars, as weU as the cuffs panel and pockets . , . may be cul bios if your cotton or synthetic is mode decorative that way. Insleac of pufr sleeves, you may have open- cap sleeves . . . each type is comfortable ,and so. dainty with ruffling or rick-rack! Pattern 0955 may be ordered only In women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 Bd 46. Size 38 requires 3% yards 35 Inch fabric and 3 3-8 yards ruffling. 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 ..-an solve ALL your spring sewing problems as you lopk it over Irom cover to cover. Every style is flattering am easy to stitch, whether for children: juniors, misses or matrons. The grand choice stresses partly favorites, brlda; attire, all-occasion frocks, sand-and- sea cloths. .. with Budget Ideas highlighted! . BOOK FIFTEEN 'CENTS PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND PATTERN T O G E T H E R TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Daily Courier, Pattern Department, 232 \V 18th St., New York, N. Y. You're Telling Mel L__ By BILL BRAUCHER 1 Tho situation of the Japanese aeems to boil down to this: they must cither swallow China or their own pride. ! ! ! The marc nt the next desk says his chief complaint against Hitler is that he doesn't practice what he Â·peechea. ! ! ! These belated snowstorms have one salutary result. They re-mind Dad that he needn't bother about ailing the old lavmmauier jvft yet, '. '. What's become of the fellow who, during an international crisis, would -wonder what the League of Nations was going to do about it? ! ! ' The man who haa the most friends h he who is generous with everything but his personal opinions, 1 1 ! Though there are 12 different varieties of snow, biff city dwellers know only one kind--that which turns ffrey an hour after it falls. '. ! New York World's Fair .officials wonder what to do with the Czechoslovak exhibit there. That's easy --let tho German exhibit annex it. /foAH NOO.H-IF I HOOKE.D EUS S FOE. A PAST I ME, ' BE CAl_UEX A "if ONE: STOl-E. MAX WOU!--D HE. BE. A THIEF T -TH-OST ff.i., N.^^ YOUE. JOE PALOOKA Bllnky Gordon. By Ham Fisher vv eooo HEAVENS; -* IT'S SLINKY GORDON' THANKS SISTER BUT Â·YOU KNOW I GOT 1 MY REG'LAR. EÂ£ MAY x NTABLE--OH x SHOW YOU 1 AINT SEEN YOU TO A NICE I BEFORE. NEW TABLE _^~y^=\ AINT SIR f P fZ.. JkX, VOU YESS1R:|'M SORRY* GULP;,:-MAY I SUGGEST OUR SPECIAL TODAY- BOILED BEEP WITH HORSE RADISH SOUNDS GOOD T'ME,SIS. NOW I'LL QIVE YOU A GOOD ONE. LAY A TWO SPOT ON FLYING FLEA THIS AFTERNOON. OH TH \HK YOU. SIR. ADD PLEASE PARDON! ME I MUST TAKE CARE OF SOME PEOPLE COMING IN. BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH "Birds of a Fenthor--." By Billy DeBeck TO "TOE WINDOWS VTS SCOTT .\ DON'T GOQtiM SEE MOU HEVJE R PVT V. \NE CP,N\E TO TO 6E RV-ONe - SHH -COME WTO ACCOUNT OF tAVGHT Ttf f\M' KEEP VOU RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt , I'M Tttl OH... i SUPPOSE JUST KIDS Let That Be a lesson to You! By Ad Carter IfYES -AN'I MUST SAY SHE HAS A VERY DILAPIDATED SENSE OP HUMOR! Â· MAY I AWSK IF YOU DIDN'T NICK HER IN THE BACK OF THE NECK WITH A SPIT-BALL: MUGGS McGINNIS By Wally Bishop s* SAy!i.SILENCE,yoU^46A^A^SH.. f VOCl'RE SPEAK.IMG TO AM OFPICERi! RISE 1 N'SHINE!! VOU HIT THE DECK / IM FIVE MINUTES/DRESSED f=OR,DUTV I OR J'LL REPORT VOU TO THE SKIPPER, ^ - ---' FOR INSUBOR- O1NATIO4 1 . 1 . I'M SOI?R-5 SR..BUT Y SAID TO IMFORM VOU I IS BE:NG SERVED /WESS..VOU CAM VES.I RANG!! WHERE'S MV BI5EAKBA3T? UHKHOWMTD RAOOY, CUEME WAS SLIPPED A P\STOL TO SLATS wvs rqi SLATS ORASSUIMSELFOUT OFTMEREAT5 DOOK. AMD 6RDUHDTUE S\DEOF1WE HOUSE- XCAHTT SHOOT WITH HIM H1DIHC3 BEUIHD RADDV-- --TWEMCTLLBE TIM TYLER'S LUCK A Rullet Cflrved With Spud's Initials. BIG SISTER By Les Forgrave VOU MUSfKl'T DO \-f'. /VE.S, AMD YOO'NE KAA.DS A ! VOU RE MOT Ti-tlMVCIMCS L.BA-VIMG SO SOOSl SO, SJEPWEVO rS iNi T^s WSL,U,THB SIZE OP IT I'M AMXIOOS TO LOOK AT TH/KT L.AMD VOOR FATHER LEPT MS. 1 M tH\HKVt-iS OF TWS. CM1L.DRSS1. VOU'PLE. NOT GOING TO TAKE THEM I/JITH VOO! MO. 00 WHV, I CAf-l' NJOSN, OMCU5 M Af2T IM .TftEV 1 VE MADE -TWI=, A HOME T^AT TyAEV ARE SMEL.L TAKEU CARE OP.
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