The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 28, 1936 · Page 16
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 16

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Friday, August 28, 1936
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THE lUKEKSr'lELI) CAUFORNIAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1936 mionw CARTOONS CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON WHEN MOUNT KATWAf. IN ALASKA. £Xf*L.OGED IN 1912, DUST IN THE AIR CUT DOWN THE SUN'S BRIGHTNESS TWENTY PER CEW FOR TWO MONTHS, OVER THE ENTIRE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE. AND OFTENTIMES THEY CAN BE WITHOUT WAKJNG. OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS IS A VARJETV CQAC/ ^ i jf t ttM 'IT MA MWyiet. IN. » r l* FIR.EP BEFORE HE EVEN STARTED TH 1 MACHINE.' HOW CAN THEV TELL WHAT A MAN CAN DO, BEFORE HE STARTS A MACHINE? THEN HE \ AND TW 1 FIRST STARTED \ HOLE ME SQUIRTED TO OIL TH' \ OIL INTO WA9 TH' MACHINE, CENTER IN A WHICH WA<W SHAFT — SO THEV ALL RIGHT-/ FIRED HINA, BEFORE HE PUT ANV IN TH RAT HOLES AROUND MACHIME. THAT'S A RECORD! I CAN'T FI6URE IT~ FIRST HE PUT ON OVERALLS, V/HICH WAS ALL RIGHT- THEN -THE OIL.CAW OUR BOARDING HOUSE WiUi MAJOR HOOPLE , C'MOM ! HOIST VOUP, AMCHOU, VOU'VE BEEV4 WE'RE S.HAWMG THE NMIDE OPEV4 SPACES/ WHERE MEAL \S A MEAL NOT V 6OT HALF AM HOUR TO STUFF VOUT? AA-U6ATOR H\P& WITVA THE VOU OP POWW AT THE PRY-POCK 6VMLLUPOMTM OUTLAW MUSTANGS \KX THE CORRML/ <5ET PV.ES1TV OF SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK The food is good here. So, eren if the fortune teller doesn't tell you the truth, you aren't out much." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (MAD TKt STORY. THEN COLOR TNK PICTUHO (Pletura ly Bctrko) ; "\\7KtiL.." Duncy Mild. "Our fright \\ IB o'er. 'Bout Dotty wt need fret no more. She had a iad experience, but now ihe l» »ll right. "Oee, when fair Ooldy flrit told ua, it realty started quite a fust. We thought we'd ne'er get Dotty back. It was an awful plight." Then Hcouty >ald, "I don't agree. Right off the bat I hnnw that we would rescue her. We simply wouldn't let the laei stay lost. "Where there's a will, ihere IB a way. At least, that's what the wine folks say. I would have stuck right at the rescue task, at any cost." • • • ! "Hurray for you." rrled Potty. "1 | know you succeed when'er you try. | nut. ict'u forest thr whole thing, now. since 1 nni safe and sound." "L*l'b ski back to our home of Ice. I The stKht of It will seem rent nice. ! \Vr'll huvo a lot of fun us we go ' I skimming Yrosn the ground." I So, off they Marled, ii> a line. Boon ! I Windy shouted. "Thl» In fine. I'll bet that we could have fun if we played a piimc of lac. "1 will bn It. Come on, now, run upon your isklv It can lie done. Tl.o Tlnleb whlncil uround until thi'lr kne«s began to sag. I. ... |Then Dotty shouted. "There's our i rhack. Oh, gee, I'm i:lail that we arc : back. And, look 1 sre a funny mun. i What la he doing here?" "Don't worry, we soon will find out He'll tell UK what it's all about," mild Coppy. "He looks friendly, to there's not a thing to fear." ' The strange man spied them and he ! cried, "Hello, there'.' Come right to , my side, and 1 will tell you who I am. Tou will be glad 1 came. "I'll entertain you Tlnymltes, if you enjoy real pretty sights. 1 paint! a lot of brilliant colors. Splashy is name." ANV UASY VOO LOOK /<r IT WRIGLEY'S PERFECT GUM THE GUMPS That Midnight Visitor Again THE NEXT NOTHINQi UKE IF THAT BA©V CALLS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Who's Afraid? By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Ossie's Wrong Again By BLOSSER AMD XXJ'PE THE DUMBEST GW WHO EVER SHOT OFF A MOUTH! WILLIAM KIDD WASCAPTAIM SURE... HE WAS BILLY THE KID...TH' TOUGHEST WHO B/ERSHOT OFF A. FMGER.' WOW WHAT COULD W...M W....M-..K....I....D....D.... AWDTWAT'S ALL! THERE'S-SOME:- THIWQ ELSE UWDERSIEy\TH , BUT THAT'S TOO FAIMT TO READ •' I THINK MAVBE I CAW READ IT.... MY EYES PRETTY GOOD? LOOK, FRECK...THERE'S- SOMETWIWG WPimHM OW THIS TIN BOX, BUT n"S BEEM SUBMERGED IW WATER SO LOWG ITS HARD TO DECIPHER ! KIDD WILLIAM KIDD EVERYONE CERTAINLY OUGHTA KNOW WHAT LETTERS CAW MAKE OUT? T. M. BEO. u IOM BY HE« staviec, INC. THE BUNGLE FAMILY A Real Thill By HARRY J. TUTHILL What! What! You say I didn't merely imagine^ I saw this little guy slice a ball into, the air and, do a Oh boys,you're real sports to try ] -.and Keep me quiet until the docy *j gets here, but I was s warned that golF.,*-" would get^ me in the end VT^-' '/-.. and..] Doodle, to ease this man's mind,try that loop-the-loop shot again. Flipped /clap his other hand,V lW ! 1er ! am . I? l again. U Doodle. He's out yvhad a terrible Hey friend! Rdream. Thought Hey! At last! His eyes are moving "" / I saw...what, I you? It Was ^ real!

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