THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1936 IDUCH10NAL. CARTOONS ' CURIOUS WORLD Bv FERGUSON MALLARD DUCK IS THE WILD ANCESTOR OFMOST OF OUR DOMESTKATED DUCKS. OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS /v\Ai£ voice IS PITCHED LOWER. THAN THE FEMALE VOICE BECAUSE MEN HAVE LONGER. AND STRONGER. VOCAL. CHORDS THAN WOMEN. ••vf 275,000 TIMES AS FAR AWAV AS THE SUN. SIDE GLANCES Bv GEORGE CLARK GOLLV/NO.' HE'S LIABLE TO GO DOWN TOWN, AND WE'LL HAVE TO PAY TO GET HIM OUT OF TW POUNP. YES - "IF YOU WANT TO DRIVE DOWkl TOWN , JUST GO OUT, PULL UP THE PICKET PIN ANP LEAD HIM IN'-BAH.' VACANT LOTS-BAH f SAVE ON HAV-BAH! LOOK AT ME! LET HIM GO? , tl L ::,*.«p^.*? BORN TVURTV VEAPS fOOSOOM OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE COUNTRY TKAMELET? A. WEEK AT A, TIME/ WtTHOUT TA.KIKJ 1 WJS FEET ' TM HOP<SE TO M iiii »Y <MA iMYMif. me. T M « t r. u. n, P»T. orr THE GUMPS The Plot Thickens ** C'MON, MASTODON -THIS.IS MV MOW DON'T FORGET TO VEUL IF YOU NEED HELP - I'LL COME BEDROOM | BUT IF THAT CONTEMPTIBLE FORGET YbUR ETIQUETTE AND USE IT FOR A DIWINQr NEXT HORNING By MARTIN What Next? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 6O\Ki OKN . "If I'm not married by the time I'm 35, I'm going to start a school of '•: charm and personality." By HAL COCHRAN THE TINYMITES |,^ < ® < 1MT»Y NtA SERVICE. INC. T. M. HIC. U. 8. )»AT. OFP By BLOSSER Ossie Strikes at the Right Moment FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BUT IF >t>U S»Y,THE YAWKS COMWG , rrs KIHDA I THOUGHT OF THAT CRACK ABOLTT TWO YEARS AGO, AW' THIS IS THE , FIRST CHANCE IVE HAD TO (TIKI rv HE SAID HE'D YAWK 0»J THE ROPE TWICE! THAT CLUTCH IS HEAVY EMOUQH TO HOLD HIM DOV/KI UWLESS WE PULL, HIM UP.' GEE, I'M GLAD DIDKIT SAY JERK OR IT VADKI'T BE HE'S BEEW DOrVM NEAPCr' TWO MIKIUTES ! HE'LL YAWK THE ROPE AWY WELL/YOU CAWT VER/ WELL THE,JET*KS ARE coMiwa TWE PULLS ARE COMIMO? HE CAN OrJLY STAY UWDER FOR A COUPLE OF MIMUTES 4 ArJD IF HE FIKIDS THE CLUTCH, WE'LL HAVE TO PULL HIM UP? WHEM TO PULL HIM UP? (RCAD THE STOMY. THIN COLOR THE PICTUHC) I ^AIR Dotty trabbed the rope mid yelled, "Hey. S'-outy, you've never been excelled nt throwing ropes. I FLAPPHR FANNY SAYS: Rt0 U. «. PAT. Off. It) MA A bird in the hand also is more I rouble than l»o in the bunh. have n now, hut Hlill 1 am . I tip It to something, no good lurk will it really bring Somebody think real fust and tell me what should do next." "Well, tie it in n lunik of iff, Just as you mid. That should work nice " cried Puncy, lull he know the Just wouldn't hold thiu way. Another Tiny snapped at him, "Ai maklnK wise, cracks you're In trim. Why don't you try to help u» with some thought? Thin IN not play. * * * ; "Poor Potty's Mraiuled o\'er there. and w<s're not getting anywhere." Just then the KKklino lad said. "I tlilnk 1 have a plan. "nehlnd poor Dotty 1 can see a *t>nl, ; and Iw belongs to me. He Is another j of my pets. I'll rail him. If I can." ! Then cam* a very funny shout. The large seal stopped and turned about, i and when It saw thu Kfkirno, It flapped Its little fin'. | "Get near that girl," the north lad | raid. "And then high up please hold your head. If you will do Just as 1 «»y, here's where gome fun begins." * • • The funny looking seal obeyed and for a time fair Potty pluyed around with him. And then she heard the Eskimo lad shout. "Around his neck pleiuo tie the j rope. He will not shake It off, I hope. : In fact I have a hunch he knows j j what this is all about." ! "Okay!" said Hotly. "Sure 1 will, ( If your pet teal will Just slum) mill." : '\ And then she made a large loop tu drop o'er the big beast'* head. "Hurray, U works," brave Scouty cried. "That's something that I'm (lad we tried." "Well, what docs IJOMV do now. lad?' another Tim MI id THE BUNGLE FAMILY Perfection While You Wait By HARRY J. TUTHILL My what a panic you'd be in the arage game, urb service. Great! It never buckedJfMaybe little A this badly r»£S man's big stuff stop buckety notion, eh? Great, Doodla When we get to my golf club.Doodle,we'll...oh oh, this car is starting to buck again Quick,Doodle,grab hold or the^, , windshield...anything.." '—V' or we'll be...j— ...bucked out!
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