The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1938 · Page 19
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March 11, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE NINETEEN. N.- The Daily Courier Pattern This Marian Martin Frock Takes Little Time To Cut and Finish PATTERN' 9605. If you find you hardly over have * minute to yourself, yet you need some new dnytimc dresses, maki this one from Pattern 9005. Thi dress consists of just two main piece ... a front and a back . . . this in eludes the sleeves too. Collar, bel and pockets are all that lemam to b made. Simple isn't it? And jus wait til you see how attractive th finished (Jress really is Darts, twin front and two in back, create nice ilirn, chaped-in lines at the waist. I umplc check* and gay flowcre prints, you'll look spick and span Complete Marian Martin Diagram med Sew Chart is Included to hcl; you. Pattern 9605 may be ordered onl In misses' and women's st?es 14, 16 18, 20, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Siz 16 requires 314 yards 36 inch fab ric. Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins o stamps (coins preferred) for EAC. MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sur to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. YOUR CLOTHES PROBLEM SOLVED! WRITE TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PAT TERNS! Look it over from cover ti cover! See the wide variety of stun ning, up-to-date clothes designed b Marian Martin! Then settle dow and make a wardrobe for yourse and family. Even a beginner wi find it easy to turn out clothes wit * true professional look. BE SMAR THIS SPRING! Order your copy o this helpful new Book today! PRIC OP BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. PRIC OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courii Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St New York, ST. Y. A feller utter had hf« own row/ but now th* guVment makes him plow It under. Newt Yokuc, th' barber, je*t put tat a cash register becauso he found ho couldn't trust hlioolf. /JOAH NUMSKUU, y-» *r* NOAH" V/AS »T THE BBIDS^ WHO SAID, . AUAE-, HYMN " THOS. NOAH=DO BEACH SMOOTH THE ON THE . IOWA. C5EAR. NCAH-- THE WHO POSH HIS UNE.T AI«DO«C"- SCND NOAH IteOC. RJNNT MOTION JOE PALOOKA IVc'll Go. By Ham Fisher LONG DOES WE LAY OVER IN CHIC-CAA? 15 WE GONNA -STAY H£AH? OR NHUT? ;'M r#?e0 o/= _ ON TRAINS. IT GV£S ME TOO MUCH 71MB. T'THINK.LE'$ GIT ON A AIRPLANE, AH GOT A IPEE^l AH WA REAPW A MAGKAZINB ABOUT APVGNCtiA- AH'LL READ IT ANYWHERES. VfB AtfJT i\ GOT NO PLACE T'60. I'M CT/sr /» K4ILYEK. I COULDN'T SVSN MOM. f--AN'WAT'S WHUT WE'D BE T'GETHAH RUT WE'D £ FOH6OT. NOBUPPY'D KNOW US. WISH COULP GO SOMEWHEK.ES or/sr BE FERGOT. SAY WE'P BE DOIH' SOMETHIH' T'HSLP PEOPLE HAVS PEACE. AWRIHT--- WE'LL DO BARNEY GOOGLE Snuffy Spciiks His Mind. By Billy DeBcck RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt HP.PPEN TO KNOW) OP ME see ft PUR.TV GP.L YOU-UNS COULD S\CH ft ft STOR.V PiBOUT ft CJEP.LOOS GOT Pv FftCE ON THPiT VJOULO ft GOT Pi \_oo«. VN w= MOU'PJE VOU'U- OUT OF Wa WAM-- CDME CW.fW, n'S GfniUG DftRK. W.'Vt STiaGOT OEUVER THKT WE GWftND \N RIRS.TO UTTUECnY... \N£t) BETTER Tf\XE ROUTE tt ONt -TWELVE -YEftH-FURS - FNt THOUShND DOLLARS' WORTH ' ONE-TWELVE TO UTTLE QTY F0g.m \OVE OF CftTFlSH-/ Y i KNOW VT, BUT i wftmeo IT NOISED AROUND 1HKT VJE OON'f THftT TRfiNSFER rVSENT PERK UP"? USURlCftll f\T THE OFFICE, TO PICK. UPftlOftO FOE JUST KIDS JInsh SHssed HIi Cue. By Ad Carter AND WHAT DO YOU THINK?MY COUSIN EDNA IS GOING TO MARRY A FELLER NAMED JOE AN' THEY'LL BE AWFUL HAPPY 'CAUSE MY COUSIN EDNA IS ABOUT THE j--^ / WEU.-MY BEST COUSIN I HAVE / V COUSIN- DON'T INTERRUPT ME-MY UNCLE OIM WENT FISHING ANO HE CAUGHT 1 LOTS OF FISH, BUT DO YOU THINK I BROUGHT ANY FISH OVER TO OUR HOUSE? NOT. MY UNCLE JIM -*/ NOBODY IN THE / f WELL-MY " FAMILY LIKES J [ UNCLE HIM j \ TOM- DON'T INTERRUPT ME-MY AUNT, JANE HAS FOUR GOLD TEETH AND I WENT TO LIZZIE MURPHY'S BIRTHDAY PARTY AND I WORE MY PINK DRESS AND SHE WORE HER GREEN, DRESS AND WHAT DO YOU THINK THEY SAID ABOUT ME? THEY SAID THAT I WAS THE- PRETTIEST GIRL. AT THE PARTY-WHW DO YOU THINK? GO AHEAD- I WON'T INTERRUPT MUGGS McGiNNIS By Wally Bishop TIM TYLER'S LUCK The Cat and the By Lym Young CAPT CLARK. ORDERED TMAT SPECIAL MEAL R3R VOU X PAWQ, BECAUSE YOU TRACKED DOWH ATOUGWCEOOK TO TWE aOVERHN\EHT MILITARY AUTHORITIES I'LL PUTT A DOUBLE (3UARD % OVERkLOSSTO-NiaWT\ HAVE ANOTHER ATTHESUARD- /v PT-AH WOUSE, CAPTAIN BE NECESSAJZV, FAMG.THE PANTHER/IS L* PAUL CLARK'S r '^ SELECTION AS A PERFECT ALL- GUARD '·ft FORXLOSS/ BIG SISTER By Lcs Forgravo virtsr's ALLT^E. AREN(T \ou tk-e wos cee, \NCTT UVE*S IM-tUEBlC \ VJE'DLlKElT OUST BE'uOvi'' j PIME «= sou SURE YOU ARE'. JUST gVJQULO' y* ^.^ . . r - * i lAvxt^ ^^jp- * * UPT

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