The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1944 · Page 8
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g Tuesday, September 26, 1944 Safetrrfttlb Califttllfam THIS CLRIOL'S WORLD By WILLIAM FERGUSON M /I KMMV *i;(Hi to fi::<0 P. m. Kf'HN — >c\vf«, (5 .]."., t ; imcfl by Payne. KKI— M>*triy Th«» ( 'rr. Kr.Mt'— O»hnc;.HraU.-i . f 15 ^ icon Trst. «:HO lo 7:no p. m. KKtt.V — ^T'"!lipSr. IU nri*-; i;.;,.". Cor^nrt Story T-Mlci KKI — \Yr-Miy at \\'»r. !»• rioi.-ra! K- CVmnmioe. 7:00 I u 7:;ui p. KKN -r.-OMmm' Cram Swing; 7.15, <.iro: en H M-I, s Hr porting;. KV'I Unh UnjH- KJ'Mi "• — (.!> - ;i t Mr inriif M in SPOT t «• : 7.07, '1 itil.i v's Wa r '"nrnr.i' 'HI at J . 7 .] ;,. i.o\\ "II T 7:S« to «:()() p. KKIIX — TV' Yitij)>i»u t ;.> KKI — U;i ;r «h Ilncn- \\ jt KS'MO -,1V' Ki).6. 7:-T., H li-loi.-;) rde. z Time. 8;15. toH;:tO p. in. 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By EDGAR MARTIN COM. 1*44 BV Mr* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Sounds Like Fun By MERRILL BLOSSER DECIDED ATMLETICS / DIGNIFIED TO AKJ OFFICE / OF BUfWMAT IF we DRAFT YOU? .*.' ... MAYBE BUT WHAT APe TME DUTIES OF HAS COMMISSIONER J TO OF ATHLETICS ? / SUPERVISE ALL SCHOOL ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES a V < I ^' ;i i SUPPOS OO WASH TUBBS Going Down By LESLIE TURNER iVEN HflLJRS LATER, OVER PIVILACAN BAY: LUZON COMIW<3 UP, CAPTAIWi WE'LL CLIMB FAST WOW TO CLEAR THE MAPRE — ' ^— ^^^ ^^-^ ^^^ • ^B^ • » ^^ P • THREE MIVtUTES MORE, DEAD AHEAD, IS THE SPOT YOU WANTED OFF. UK* ( PAL! THANKS FOR THE RIDE. 1 HERE V .-V 'A. " ' RKP RYDER ME MORE &EITE.R LIKE CATCH- UN FiSH TKArt IMDIAf^ LOAD SEE RED ATTRACT H ER£. SHERiF OKS RTY CAME VE5TERPAT No Use Guessing By FRED HARMAN ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THERE. e NOW VJONOER WHAT SHE'S ' V)I1H A LOADED PACK TO FI66ER IF RED OUT V)OMErO.O> KOT TOO. r / I ALLEY OOP An Ancient Sherlock By V. T. HAMLIN BUT WAS UNUSUAL THEV 5TDN WHE SOR JUMPED AXES? :ONOITICIM BOTHER ME A PATROL MENTAL TBA EWT PATI WHV SUCH ARM WITH PEO OUT INiG AXES MAV HAVE KARIM6 IP9MT PERHAPS SLAVE THE MAN GIRL STORY WASN FAR WRONG AFTER ALL L*. SI • *

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