The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 12, 1938
Page 7
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SATURDAY, MARCH 12,193S THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELL.SVILLE, PA PAGE STIVE!?. The Daily Courier Pattern V Marian Martin Combines New Shaped Bod ice and Swing Skirt PATTERN 1655. The spirit of youth is expressed in every graceful line of this alluring frock which will take you Kmly clamorously through the sejson An )f you've used Mirian Martin pnt terns before, you'll realize how «t will be to follow Pattern 0655 Every detail is, carefully oxplainct . . . the soft gathcrb at the shoulder and dou n the front of the bodice, th pcrsy new sleeves, the smart, new JonRer line al the waist and t r c * swing" of the skirt. Emphasize th lines of the shoulders and hodic with tiny buttons Complete Marin Wartm Diagrammed Sew Chart in eluded Pattern 9655 mav be ordered only In misses' and women's skes 12, 16, 18, 20, 30. 32, 34, 36, 38 and Size 16 requires 3 3-8 yards 39 me fabric; and 254 yards lace edging Send FIFTEEN CENTS In coins o stamps (coins preferred) for EACH MARIAN MARTIN pattern Be sun to write plainly your SIZE, NAME ADDRESS, and STYLE NUMBER. YOUR CLOTHES PROBLEMS SOLVED' WRITE TODAY for our NEW SPRING BOOK OF PATTERNS! Look It over from cover tc cover' See the wade variety of stun nine, up-to-date clothes designed by ^lanan Martin' T'icn settle down and make a wardrobe for yoursel and family. Even a begmnet wil find it easy to turn out clothes witl a true professional look. BE SMART THIS SPRING1 Order your copy o this helpful new Book today! PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS, PRICE OF PATTERN FIFTEEN CENTS BOOK AND PATTERN TOGETHER ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Send your order to The Courle Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St New York, N Y. Look* like th' politician have · lot of undistributed prophet* on their hinds. Since Eph Watt* put In « bath-tub, hi* whole family ln«llt« he take alngln' lenon*. N OAH«1XS BAKERS VJEAR ROBBBta 3UOVES "WHEH HANPLIN« CURRANT CAKCS TO AVOID SETWJ* SHOCKED? Mf»MAB«.TA-tWlt HAD A RK.IASE:, WOLJUD SHE: HAVE: A V/A«ON TOUCSOE:"? » MINK. NOAH=WHE:BE. DO YOU PADPL.E. A CANOE: 7 JCE PALOOKA Visa. By Ham Fisher JOE AND SMOK£Y ARRIVE IN NBVt YORK GO TO THE FRENCH CONSULATE. S. you BOTH V4VS PASSPORT YOU SAY 'OlV LONG DO YOU TO se UH-- WHY-EK LEMME SEE AM' FOR WHAT PURPOSE ARE you GOING TO FRANCE OH I THO'T r YOU--I AD NOT LOOK AT Z£ NAMB. ON ZE __J AH' ONE PASSPORT. X GET J f F ER HIM YOU A VISA J^ \ 'TOO F'YA _ PLEASE. M/?. PALOOKA: ZEYAKS ·ze CONSUL YOU GOOD LU M'SIEU, X YOU 1NTEN' FIGHT IN FAHCE HOP NO INDEED. WE'RE 60IH' PER PEACE. AH* BARNEY GOOGLE Bnmcj Is Suspicious! By Billy DeBeck THERE THE GENTLE RUSTLING ppLWvs,eooNe.Y HVS BEAUT^UL. THE UMWELCON\e. GUESTS v.\ NOT THPTT-TVPE- ^ CHP.PTSR PROVES \T V.S SV GAD V. I'M GETTING I NEED P\ REST- HOW ABOUT SWIM. BOYS 1? RADIO PATROL By Eddie Sullivan and Charlie Schmidt SURt CflN, SWEclHEftRT / GET CftB BOTH O? NCTt ftU ftCC\DENT ,PW, ft DEUBCRftTC PROCEDURE.. VIE ftBQUT TO BE HIJPCKEO ! DO XOU VJHW \ SEE, PKT * SOME KIND OF PiN PiCClDENT CftN WE HEIP tOU FELIOWS 1 ROUTE 112., AFTER. PROOnWmG THftT THEY ftRE. CftRKMG FIVE THOUSftHO JUST KIDS Just R Home Girl. By Ad Carter DID YOU EVERU CERTAINLY NOT JUMP OUT OF AN AEROPLANE} -: IN A PARACHUTE? MOM-DID YOU EVER GO UP IN A BALLOON? OF COURSE NOT! DID YOU EVER GO DOWN IN A SUBMARINE? YOU'VE LED A VERY QUIET UFE-HAVEN'T - YOU-MOM? MUGGS McGINNIS By Waily Bishop ! we MUST Be SAY... ...U6KT AVATCV4 ' \M4oTHAT IS !! RIPE OLD A6E, TIM TYLER'S LUCK An Uoioir, But IS'ot Gooilljjc. By Lym Young OLD FELLER,KUOSS DIDN'T TRY TO ESCAPE" WHILE YOU WERE ON GUARD LAST NIGHT YOU CANT GOME WITH ME THIS TIME, TrAHa '"" J1HEAR WE RE SLATED ALOHGTIMEx BEFORE WE SETS OUT, SPUD . LOCXMOUUP BIG SISTER By Les Forgrove MOVO.BOYS VNHERE OO VMS DW3 t^^ VJOOD ** NMAIT ^VCHT A tv\\VJ NM\l_V_ VOO SURE ILL WA.VT. ILL \WA\T T\LL I -Se.^. MO CWAJ-iCE-TO M.V VAOO-3E MOLD t-«M,euDOV, HOLD HVtvtTIUU VOE CAts] KlCOWe AVJA.V TO cier UiNATO COME (M HAVE HIM COME \M YET NEITHER

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