The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 27, 1936 · Page 14
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 14

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 27, 1936
Page 14
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14 TUB BAKRHSKIKIJ) CAUPORNIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. 1936 I r,, CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON ARCTIC FOX, »N TWt NORTH- CRN PART OP ITS RANGE, IS THE VEA«. ROUND/ FARTHER SOUTH, fT 16 WHITE IN W//VnSK AND •UJISM- BROWN IN SUMMER., WHILE IN THE SOUTHERN OF rrc , rr is DARK THE AND IS KNOWN AS THE BUJE R3X. ON THE AMERJCAN •HACjT-DOUAO. NOT AN AMESVCAM EA^LE, OUT A GOUXH HUMAN BEJNG6 TMC OUT KNOUOH CARBON TO MAKE A SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "U would look Billy for you to drlr*. Th« woman's place is back in the trailer—letting dinner ready" THE TINYMITES Ry HAL GOCHRAN AIM* •» MC* tonnoi.-«c. T. M, MO. v. i. m. wr. MIAD THE ITOKV. THEN COLOR TMI PICTURE) (Plrtur. kr Mwb A S DOTTY awunc In open air, fair Uoldy »houted, "I'lemo take cure. Don't try to travel too fast, or It's HktJy you -*tt\ fallT 'FLAPPER FANNy SAYS: OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS "Tlirra's no way w« cun give y«, aid. I KUMI that In why I'm afradl. Hrave Dotty answered, "Oh, don fn>t. 1 am not tired at Hll. "Huiul ov«r luuid 1 move uloiiK, an tlniH fur nothhiR Imn K"iie wronK Ap part'iitly the uenl Is holdlnK tightly t tlia ropi'. "Yi>u tots ollntt to Ihn other oml. I Know on you I OKU clapond." "You bet you ran," yellfrt Coj>i>y. "And lha big leal, too, I hopa. • • • Then, for u while, no word was (aid. Til (i bunch wntrheri Potty move , ahead. Her prorresH really wim iiulte i (low, bec»u*B (lie thought that but. c.)nro «h»n »he Hopped nnd looked about, a Tiny rrled, "Are you tired i out?" "Oh. no," wt> Potty answerrd. I "1 just Bluppud to take a rent. | "You Bee, th« dlnlance U quite fur from whore I wa« to wheru you arc. In juHt about two mlmiliM. thoufih, thin Btrunge (rip will \>o o'rr. "When I cllmli on the ii'e unrt snow, on nn more «uch trltis will 1 go." "1 don't Maine you," cum Goldy, ."fyr not wiintlnj any more." 1 1 At Inn the tot wax Bel to land. Cried Scouty, "Grab huld of my hand mid 1 will pull >ou up. Yuu know that I am itrong enough." Then Coppy said. "I'll pull her, too. The whole (auk IH not up to you. Why should I Ktand and watch you work until you pant and puff?" In just about a minute more the Tlnymltes let out u roar, us Dotty landed safely. Then their faoei spread In Krlnn. "That Real," mid one, "Is tickled, too. He seem* to reallM that you ar« aafe and sound. Ju«t look how he l| clapping with Ilia fins." IIS can't refrain from kick- < X 0 nerve cells are added to the ing about it* work. ''human body after birth. Y-UV4 -OH/YEH PUT SOU WANT TO START BACK BEFORE THEM GROW OVER.?' YOU DON'T WANT TO TAKE NO V CHANCES, LIKE VEH -^ BLAZIr4' A TRAIL.' AINT THAT WRUT VOU DO IN TH' BOY SCOUTS, TO MARK YOUR. WAY BACK, WHEN SOLI'RE GOIM 1 WAY INTO TV4' WOOD5? AMICKIN-OME OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE ME MOWS/ VT«S THEM PESKV VAWKl/ 1 BET HE HrVSM'T A NOD THE GUMPS That Face Again IF I EVER. LAV MV HANDS j ON THAT MISERABLE DOG SMATCHER, HE'LL LOOK LIKE A CUSTARD PIE THAT WAS SLAPPED BY A PILE DRIVER /- WHEN ANVONlE FOOLS WITH ANDV QUMP, HE'S TOVINQ WITH* VOUR MIDDLE NAME IS TROUBLE - I'LL BET YOU'D MANAGE TO START A FI*E IN AN ASBESTOS FACTORY WITH A, DAMP MATCH WHY PONT YOU I CALL THE POLICE? ^ IT'S THEIR BUSINESSl TO CATCH ' ,—I LAWBREAKERS \^ **~~ii • f '/' i A NEVER/ ONLY WEAKLINGS YELL FOR THE POLICE/ I HAVENT CiOT COLD FEET OR YELLOW FEVtR, EITHER/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A Terrible Thought By MARTIN '.'. 1 60TVK SCUA.VA «.^C^< Kk' \. DtOOE VCOVNt OOT ^'\.OOW FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Encouragement By BLOSSER rr's A CHEST; ALL RIGHT...AW IF rr HADMT BEEW THERES SOMBTTVIIWa HOOKED OKI THE AKICHOR AUL RIGHT I CAW JUMPIWG JIMIKfY'.....rT LOOKS LIKE SOME KIWD OFA CHEST!.' V/OULDMT HAVE FDUWD rrf THATS RIGHT, OSSIE! WHEW VXJ BROKE OPEW THE DECK V/TTH A SMALL SLEXX3E,WE RXJWD THOSE PELTSj AMD V/HEW VDU "TOSSED THE CLLTTCH OVERBOARD, WE FOUKID THIS m . V/HEW X3U DO THE WROMG THIKIQyn" USUALLY TURNS OUT TO BE THE RIGHT THING.' YOU'RE: A HANDY GU/ TO HAVE AROUNDf YOU SHOULDNT- HAvC SAID THAT TO OSSIE J HE'S TRYING 1C) SEE WHAT'LL HAPPEN IF HE PUTS A CAN OF BEANS IN THE: CPANKCASE AND WARMS UP A OUAPrrOFOll.!? THE BUNGLE FAMILY Stunning Form By HARRY J. TUTHILL Listen Doodle,even with your magnetic zip going ml! blast,you'II never/ hit the ball standing ( Boys,I m seeing things. All three s —' of my wives said golf would me: I laughed...then. Get me to the club-house. . Call a doctor, First I see if my stuff •**(&r& open f f ^ business I

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