The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 29, 1936 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Saturday, August 29, 1936
Page 8
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA?*, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1936 CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON r'-'': K ..i- •• i ' v\r;' •*/*;;•;».'•••'.• •••*"• Y-75.<° w ;*'"- -^--•-•»*!-.•••>-.• •^'-ti'- ...•i.^^ifeh J <-'£ ARE ANIMALS OF THE OPEN PRAIRIE, BUT THERE IS A PRAIRIE: DOG TOWN INSIDE. THE C/TV UM/7S Of 0£MVER, COLORADO. HAD HUGE UPPER MOLARS THAT WEIGHED 12 POUNDS. THE NUMBER. IS CONSIDERED UNLUCKV BECAUSE THERE. WERE THIRTEEN PERSONS AT THE LAST SUPPER. AND JUDAS »S REPRESENTEO AS THE THIRTEENTH GUEST Citt* iv nu Hmw*, we. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "Now, listen, dear—it's nice of you and the kids to drop in and aee me, and the boss doesn't object to an occasional drink on the house, but three and four times every day—." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN IRIAD THE STORY. THIM COLOR THE PICTURI) (Flttur. by Setrko) W BLL. howdy do." yelled Scouty. stopped 'round this way. As far as I •buy, we re glad that you can see, you look a very friendly sort. FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: MM. U. *. >«T. Off. EDUCATIONAL "CAKTOONS* HUMOROUS' Women save their best tricks fur the magic moments of romance. "If you can ontortaln us hero, for you we'll very gladly cheer. If there. In one thing that wo like, it's entertaining sport. "Now, kindly tell us all about yourself and very eoon, no doubt, we nil will feel that we havo known yon for a long, long time, "Hut., I'll loll you. frankly, we are traveling, the Bighls to pee. This Is our first udvcnturu in this very rlillly clime." "Well," Kald the man. "1 paint grand sights. My best work It. the Northern Lights I RuesH you've roail ahout them, nnd I guess you've Been them. too. "1 paint and paint for all I'm worth, and they are seen around the earth.. You will agree that 1 am pretty good, before I'm through." "Oh, that sounds wonderful to me," cried Windy. "1 would love to see you start right now. We will be qulot and not Interfere. "There's one thing, though, that puzzles me. Just one paint bucket do 1 «ee. You mention lots of colon*. Will you bring the others here?" "Ah, lad. you do not understand. The bucket I hold In my hand In uutgli-. Itrom It I can gt\. all colors that 1 need. "Kuch time 1 dip 1 change the hue, a» i am going to prove to you. Now, watch me closely, Tlnymltes, and 1 ! I will paint with cpeed." > ; All of the Tlnles gathered 'round i i and promptly K<iuattcd on the ground. ! The man began his painting to the i | little tots' delight. I i A* he mad« IODK streaks here and ! ; there, the puint remained right in the ; I air. Spun tiuMy loudly bhoulet', i "Thai's a very pretty eight," OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS AWKK3MT-' AWRIGHTV 6UT VOU'LL BE SORK.y, WMEM BREAK MV APM AW HAVE TO KEEP IT »M A SLIW6 - WHUT'LL YOU DO PER A CRAMKER TMEM, HUH? SOU'LL 'HAFTA STAY AT HOME, TILL THE PART OP THE FAMILY RECOVER*/ COME. OKJ ~ COME PUT SOME LIFE INTO IT-WE'RE LATE. NOW/ . IN c. HEROES ARE MADE-NOT BORM OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE YOU MAD I PEMKJEP A. TO TH 1 MISSUS M4D TOLD HER WE'D WAVE YOU OWLY BLOW EVER GOT TUCK VOJF, HEW? IM TO TWE TWO WEEKS IM "TV-V OPEW VAAsVE SLOWED YOU UP OW T>OtKi<S SHIPMENT > LJWCLE OUT, CF TVA' \ "REAPING A» ^ MA.PVBST, \T COST TH' MA3OR *SO WELCOMES COMMITTEE PEW PRACTICE WTVA MOP THE GUMPS O, Min! Here's Proof U PM QrOlNQ TO STAY AWAKE TON«<aHT AND IF THAT SNOOPER PAYS ME ANOTHER VISIT HE'LL HAVE NO CHANCE THAN S.OAP BUBBLE IN A CONCRETE MIXE.R,/ ISN'T IT POSSIBLE THAT YOUR IMAGINATION HAS BEEN RUNNIN1Q AWAV W»TH YOU ? NOBODY HAS SEEN THAT FACE AT THE WINDOW BUT yOU -MAYBE YOUVE DEEM SEEING TOO MANY MOVIES LATELY - LISTEN i PET- WHO LOSES ALL THE FAULTS. THAT YOU FIND ? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Full Speed Ahead By MARTIN 1*19 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. RCO. U. S. PAT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Jig-Saw to Ossie By BLOSSER GEE,FTHIS BEAl-tV IS CAPTAIM KIDD'S TREASURE. WE'LL BE THE RICHEST KIDS IM THE VA3RLP! AWD HIS WAME IS OM THE BOX, SO rr MUSTA SEEM HIS/ WHO WAS CAPTAIW kIDt? HE WAS A PIRATE ...HE WAS EXECUTED W THE BRITISH FOR BEIMQ A SEA RAIDER, BUT THEY NEVER DID FIMD WHERE HIS TREASURE WAS ^T. HIDDEN ' THERE'S A GCCO) LET'S HHJPPf/AND CHAWCE THAT ( <&* ™ S BOX OPEW AMD FIWD OUT WHAT'S IW IT.'.' THIS IS IT!! WELL, IF WE CAM LIEVE WHAT HISTORY TELLS USj IT OUGHTA BE LOADED DOWKJ / p(ECES WITH PIECES OF / OF EIGHT! >, EIGHT •2 WHAT GOOD WILL THE DARN THINGS'BE, IF WE DONT KNOW HOW TO PUT THEM TOGETHER? THE BUNGLE FAMILY Fame By HARRY J. TUTHILL Wow! How that baby staggered off to the club-nouse after seeing you put a double ' on the Here he coma with flock of pipple. /One moment,boys. ^ All right Doodle, /*" 7 shove it down the aisle. Men! Look! That I ve been watch- ball. Straight//" 10 em 30 as a die r I Mark mu word, , that's a hole in one. Well I,too,was stunned the

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