The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 24, 1936 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

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THE IJAKEKSFIELI) CAL1KOKNIAN, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1936 EDUCATIONAL "Q\KTOONS 5 HUMOROUS CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON BEAU FASHION PLATE. OF THE PAST CENTURA SPENT HGUK.S EACH MORNIN& IN DRESSING HIMSEL.R a<SHTN(NG KILLS ONLV ABOUT THREE MICtJON IN A YEAR. OUT OUR WAY CLASS IS MADE UP OF MAN, AND ABOUT TWO THOUSANO, OTHER SPECIES. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "Now, you must promise, just as I did, that you won't breathe this to a living soul." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN <RCAD THE STORY. YHCN COLOR THE PICTURE) M V. what a BlBht It was to neo the Tlnlra iklmmlnic rpeedlty RITOHS the ice and mow. Home had Homo trouble with their iklli. Cried Scouly, "Hold your fei't In Hsht. and do not lean to left or right. If you do that, I know that you will travel on with ease." "But, when we go around a bend, I always think It la the end of ilils Htrange trip," cried Puncy. "I Just cannot Bland up ntralght." "I eland corrected," Scouly nutd. "When turning, yon should lean. In- (Plrturt by Scirboi IF VOUR. THRAVT IS DRV AND DUSTy — BteAd of standlnR straight. That's rauK« we're movlnc nt a ispcrdy Kult." Soon (ioldy shouted, "lilCKs niy noul! Why. we almost havo rearhell our goal. 1 HOC the precipice uheivil, that Dotty Milled right o'er. "In just at.out a iniiuitn wo will be rlpht on the «pi>t, you soe. and Dottv will bo Blad"cau80 that Is what hhc'a \\»!llnc for." Then Dotty 5pi,.d them and *ho cried, "Thank sooilness! Sonu'lhliiE must lie Irleil to haul me o'er tho open spHco. imt IHIH run II he clone? "It dfeinn I've waited hours or more. My mum-leu, now, urn Rcltitii; »orc. Thin tielnK left here all iilonu IE very fnr from fiiti." Please Kive im time to Ihink H hit. The prolilem'H loimli. hut we'll solve It." fciild Nroiity. "If there w:m a l>o«t near you. 'twould be all i-lchl. "I'd Rive my coll of rope u fllnu. «nd 1 knoH 1 you would <-ati-li Hie Dilns. Then. to the post I know that you could lie It good and tieht." "Well, nothing'* guineU. if mithliiR' tried, and to nome Ice It mtRtit li tied," yelled Dotty. "I'leuse don't I Just Bland there, tsive your long rope a whirl." "Okay," she heard brave Soouty *ay. And then the rope wax on Ita way. The next thing that they knew, It landed rliiht benlde ilui itlrl. WRIGLEY'S PERFECT GUM By WILLIAMS I JUS' WANT TO9HOW VOU HOW SHE DOES — I'M AWAV UP IN THE ATTIC, VYORKIN 1 , WE'LL AN, HERE SHE GOES, OUT TO THE GARAGE, WITH NOTHIN 1 BUT TH' KEVS AN 1 A POCKET BOOK. AM 1 TH 1 GARAGE POOR 15 STUCK ALITTLE-AVERV LITTLE—AN' GET THAT OUTRT OFF.' IT'S ENOUGH TO HAVE VOU IN MV HAIR , WITHOUT HER, TOO/ CAN'T VOU TELL ME — CAN'T VOL) TALK.?- WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE PWOTO ALBUM TOOK THE GUMPS Soup's On THIS MONGOLIAN SNAFFLE HOUND HAS THE SOULOF A SHARK.THE COURACiE OF A LION) i AMD AN APPETITE AS Bid AS VOUR. MOTHER AMP BURGLARS ARE HtS FAVORITE FOOD/ T / DROP THAT HAM/ WATCH PO<a, HUH.' THE ONLV THINCa VOU'LL. WATCH THE ^KITCHEN DOOR AT MEALTIMES/ WHATTA MAN ANDrQUMP/ THE WORLP OUGHT TO HAVE, MORE BRILLIANT MINDS \N »T LIKE H»S,- WHVj WITH PROPER. TRAINING AND SERIOUS APPLICATION HE | COULD EVENTUALUV BECOME AN ASSISTANT ENGINEER, ON A PEANUT BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Poor Ferdy" By MARTIN 'e \\-~W\\V ,^-^-^-E. \\\ 1 TUOU6W OF t VOSV SO MOCH SO 1VV 6?F TVX* TROXXtV , 1 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Maybe Ossie Meant It That Way By BLOSSER V/ELL,THERE'S OWL.Y OME THIWQ TO DO.' THE CLUTCH IS OW THE BOTTOM OF THE RIVER, SO I GUESS I'LL HAVE TO DIVE FOR rr. 1 .' e-^Y I'LL TIE A ROPE APOUKID h^/ WAIST AN* MX) CAM LOWER ME.... I'LL TAkE THE AWCHOR wrrw ME so i CAW GET TO THE BOTTOM .' IFTWE WATER IS TOO DEEP I DOW'T THIWK tT'S MORE THAW TWEKTrV- FrveFEET TO THE BOTTOrvfF WOM'T BE ABLE TO STAWD THE PRESSURE GEE.THE BIGGER TH' HOOK USE,TH'BIGGER THE FISH CAW KETCH! BO/, i NMOWDER WHAT KIWOA RSH WE ^ COULD KETCH OW THAT AWCHOR ! AW'THAT'S JUST A POLITE WAV OF CALLIWQ WUTTY A WORM .'.' THE BUNGLE FAMILY Pride By HARRY J. TUTHILL Before starting for the clubjso? For pushing little to give your magnetio r ^~^ f • • •• • • • • personality a workout, III find you some " clothes, Doodle. gulp ball into hole I nidding two pants? Also, without coat I have fiddle knee. ,^ Fiddle knee? [^Ah,let's go into \that a little [deeper. Fiddle..? W^it-M YOU mean I should f— \ bow said bow Ppsisnuffly. Also, \f y c with pants I are«£i | 6 g S stood too close^are a Bit to grass. }( —' Pipple t-^V sniggle har Also.I poisonally/' You like have see in vr that outfit, minnow...you ~ know—glass- that little man with big stuff look hokey eh? Oh well, it'll

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