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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania MONDAY, APRIL 22 19 J" THE mTLY COURTEK CONNELtSVmLE PA. PAGE VTNB The Daily Courier Pattern j -oad here A sudden slump conict jn the coke trade produt ion FJ 11 njr off ibont iS 000 tons Hooper of LeJth ind Wilbur Rogers IT son of William Rogers oi Highland are Ve-ioush hurt the delivery tea-m thej are fin- ing ia struck a Bait more Ohio train at the foot of stieet After cons derable Count 1 decides not to grade Cottage avenue THURSDAY, A PHIL 22. J'115. Detai report of the Ccmnellsulle coke tiadc foi the week end lip; April 17 a total of 38260 crvens in tiff of Mich _JO 7 ue in aid idJUi mill smarust The three Vs nquare buttons maichmg down the front oi the overblouse add a chic note to the air ot the troi.K Choose the puff sleeve tor the feml- stine of pattern pert flare tor the sportier Color contrast is so ranch in vogue whv not choose a big splashy pla d Ine i nith a solid color blouse' look at some the lovely tungs, printed piques and pla'd eeer guarantee >ou'll dec! It. to make up several so irresistible art the> Arid do big br.ght but tons and buckle for snap' Complet- Diagrammed Marian Martin Char included Paltern 93S7 He ordered onH In 12 14, lb, IS 2" 30 32 34 36 35 and 40 Size 16 requires 3 3-4 jardi- 36 Inch fabric Send FIFTEEN CEJ.TS In coins or MARIAN MARTIN pattern. Be sure to plamlv your NAME, AD DRifaS the STVLE NUMBER anc! SIZE ot ea h pa'tern Let the MARIAN MARTIN SPRING PATIE-RN BOOK QUIUB YOU TO CHIC Dtetinctlvp wearable clothts are included in its forty illiutiated pagee. The new and the smart for tots, children, young and older women and br'dea Slenderiz- ing designs Tor women of bcarfer build Every garment It one YOU can make with eaay-to-usa Mar- Ian Martin Patterns SEKD FOR YODR COPY PiOW PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN' CEATS BOOK AND PATTtHN TOGE1HER TWENTY- FIVE Send your order to The Courier Department. 222 W 18th St. N Y Looking Backward I HID VI, 4P1UL 17, Lack of demand puts the coke In a b ump and diop to 590 cath a da> Ot the 10571 In the legion, there aro idle 3Iuch c being stocked Commencement exercises of tbe Class o- 1835 are flxe-d tor Maj 12 the to be Maggie Davis JIaj Jo inston Edgar Turner Bird Barge Lmmett Collins Earl Mc- Daniel D Moore Haven votes unanimously to issue be udfa Eoi erection of a 11J1UVT, Al'IHl 21, Detail d report of the Connellbville coke tra le for the ending April lo shows a total of 23281 ovens in the legion ot which 21 3W are in blast and 1933 idle nilb. a total estimated production o( 263 310 tons Ship- ments foi the 13400 can, S J assistant engineer for the Urlttd Stales Oeologital Sunev, analMfs Yongh Rivw -water and flnds It itearlj Pure and much better for driculng thin nater of nearbj InMtations are issued for the com- mencement exercises of the Gibson school, D embers of the class being Izetta V H Lelo P. Mae S Annie M and Mabel C Williams New Hjven school will graduate the follcwintC claa-> on 30 Elizabeth Bell Bu-kholder Mary Etta Bierer Irj Cochran. Katr-erine Agnes Burns, Fr inces Grace Robinson, Viola Grace M rison and Carl Edftard, Snader i'Rnni, IPEII, 19, 1S95. I Dataller report o( the Connellsvllle' coke trade for the ending Apiil 13 showi, a fotal of IT S35 ovens in the region of ablch 11 279 are in blast1 and 3.556 idle with a total estimated production ot 140 4S9 tons Ship- ments for the week tola' 6 5S6 care J D Lalibm night transfer clerk, at "p" oiace is appointed express! fo- 'be Baltimore 4. Ohio Rail- WHAT THE FUNNY FOLKS ARE DOING Chip Collins' Adventures By Jack Wilhelm QST ANOTHER, STR.1HE-OOT' Don U. S. s. Ready for Action By lit. Comdr. Frank V. Martinet, C. S. N. B. QUICK NOW, YOU MUGS- GIVE'EM THE BUSINESS- GET GOfN' AT THE fIXSf OF DETROIT NEAR THE UNIVERSAL COMPANYIOOH5 THE NAVY PLANK. THE OUTLUXS AKIWC. AHD THEKE ARE GfUNTSOFSMSKCTIOH.im SPOT 15 DIStRTEP. 6VT BfHIND TWO BROAD BILL COAKDS DON HIHSLOVtj SACKED SI MEN AND MACHINES, IS WATCHING MOVE Of THE DfSTROYfRS. TAILSPIN TOMMY Skeeter De- clines a Job By Hal Forrest S2WQUI, I THINK YD No LIE, NO MAN CAN MSHTIti TO ELZO Atl WlSE.UKt Fox YO Si' VO' EAT EL ZORRA Oco I GtT THOie NWIt.El- 20RRO DEL ee cos i AM uxs FOX I AH HERt-AN SOME. TRY TO CATCH I UL TELL YOU W I'D L1KS IT R1SHI" i SOTTA MEET A PA. MINE RIO NDRTE PAM What Did David Mean? Only Four Days More GORDOM ssEMeo fo SPSAK WITH GREAT EFFORT HtS WORDS CAME SLOWLY PAUL PENFIELD -IS NOT GUILTY PAM NURSE HE'S AGAIN ----YOU----WERE TELL. ----TELL -GET------GET---- ME HE S MnM-r- NOT YES- OAVID -YES AND dUST THEN, A BREATH- LESS COURT- ROOM THE STATES WAS MAKING HIS UP PLEA TO THE. THIS MAN IS A MURDERER HE HA.S HAD HIS CHANCE TO PROVE HIMSELF IN- NOCEMT HE HAS J -RAILED'---- BIG SISTER By Let Forgrave ODOA.W! THIS WXVS MXXDE TO ORDER- FOR TLU KIMDAv CHOP DOVJM THUM OF THESE OUT OF VOUR. SOT -TO SET THESE ROCKS OUT OF THE FIRST GO1NK5 TO HE.UP OUT WOW VOCJ OO IT' THE NEBBS A Gentle Reminder By Sol Heu. AM ABOLJT TO CLOSE DEAL. OF MY DETAILS LATER.- THAMWS -ME -SEJOD TMIS COLLECT, UJHAT DOUJM THERE. SEUUKJCi MACWINJE.S OR CAr-J 5IR-, TMERE ISfO'T AMVBODVy UJMO WEEDS Mirk D 8 Pic
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