The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 25, 1936 · Page 16
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 16

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Friday, September 25, 1936
Page 16
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.- -™ 4; 1HE BAKEKSFlEfcD CAMFOKtfIAN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 19&B CDUCfiTIONAL« HUMOROUS CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON SOMEWHERE ON €ARTH THERE ALWAVS IS A /.W£" AO VABt*-nON t WHERE THE UNE OP MAGNETIC FORCE POINTS DIRECTl-V TO THE NOKTH f»OUES AT PRESENT. THIS LIME. «S IN THE US IN ifoSS. rr WAS THROUGrH LONDON, AND IfM >67O. T7HROUOM FISf* OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS USTTIL THEY REACH A LENGTH OF ONE /A/CM SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "The bent cop we ever Imcl In this nclKlthorliood, nnd you kldH nro driving him rrn/y." 'FLAPPER FANNY SAYS: mo. u. n. CAT, orr. , OB ALL PE ALLSf 1 THOUGHT 015 H05S 5EEME& KIWDEfc HARP T6fc GIT AWAV FROM DAT CORRAL PENCE! DAW6ONE PIS VERE SADPLIN' UP SEFO PAVLIGHT. SAV-WE GOT TO KICK PER LATER, MAWNIN5/ WHY, ONLY VESTERPAY, ICK WAS FOUR MILES FROM HOME/FORE ft GOT LIGHT ENOUGH HE WAS . RIPIN 1 ONE OF MILK COWS WHVJCK! WE PON'T NEED TO TAKE NO FIRE WOOP"~ THER'S LOTS O 1 WOOD WHERE GOIN 1 TO WORK. AMDE-NOT BORN. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE WTTH THE HOftK BETTER CUT A*is:' "PIECE USTEM TO "TO, As ;PV4enO6KA'PWtC OWL, WAN'S AWKROEP THE MOST UNIQUE STREET COSTUME. TKE M/XOOP; "DOUBTLESS BEEKl TOCrORiNS /X BTTE CAJL^SHTT OUT IKi THE OPEN, THE MEWS CPEDiTORS THE ASSAULT f ._. GET TWROU6U VT UP/ WOM'T HAMEA GUVVEK LEPT TO "BECOMES BOU6UT UP "THE EKJTTYWE ETP\T\OW THE GUMPS Tilda, the Optimist SHE'S GOlNCh TO A MASQUERAPE UOOKAT THAT FACE/ SHE COULPNT POSSIBJ-Y HAVE COME FOR, A BEAUTV TREATMENT- TILPA/ WHAT BRINQS VOU HERE 7 WE'RE 0EAUTICIANS- NOT MAGICIANS ^fi'/j'/ "* !*•»• u s - p§t - °"- 1 " //i%fcr /TK^N. Y.^W. BJ^icVu. IlK BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES He Thinks He Has By MARTIN TOKHUIK money around reijuireN « % x|t«rt jiiKiilliiK of finnncwN. TODAY'S SMILES l.ltlln Mnry—I'll bet you crui' KUCHH \vlmt nl»ti>r nalil iibout \<n .hint lipfori" you 1'iiinp In. Mr. lltilcliouiul I liiivpn't u win Kin Idi-ii, Mnry. I.lttlo Mury—Oh. you KIIUNHOII tho very first time. ltoli(>rt —I')iid(Jy. what nr« tliem> tent riini'fi wi« rend NO nuii'h iiliout" lirinifilit Into t'oiirl to deride \vliellinr It IN worth \vhllo for tlici litwyerK In worli up more CIIHCH ju«l HUe tlutin. MrM. I,\inn--t wiint to Ret a dl i vorre. | Lnwynr IInheiiH \Vlmt urn your MIM Luna Oh, I'm m<l KO!OK to : i hnnre rinyllilMK I'm wlllliiK to pay you to Ket U for me. Hunilay Hehool Tenrhcr Johnny, i wliy dou'l you liellevn Jonah wim i InHlili' the whale for three du.VM and iilKhlx? Johnny- Hecnuwo he didn't lirlnK I«irk any inovlo travel pU'turoH. "Slneo we've luox'ed to tho eoun try," explnlned the hoMleuH proudly, "wn ralKi- nearly overylhhw we cat We even ket'l) our own row." "Well." nalil tlie tuuall mm of llm Kii«>Ml. HettlliK down hl« nlawn din y, "Noiuehody Htunii you with a Hour riiw." I .(ink Mv iloclor advlned me to on a diet. mult Plil von do If I .link -After 1 imld hln hill I hnd to. Juhbii - Hay, OoorKe, how iihout icturulOK that five I loiuied you hint week You Biild yovi only needed It a «hort while, I tolil you Ihn truth. 1 i only hnd It a nhort wlilla In fact, \ than a half hour. i » KM iY NtA MHVIOt. INC. T. M. KEO. U. S. PAT. Of FREC^KLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Newcomer NAME IS TIPLEY . ELTON TIPLEV.. I'M UP FROM THE WEKIDALLFROSH! I DO HOPE i CAW MAKE THE TEAM! WRIGLEYS PERFECT GUM ^rtou AIM'r OOT A CHAWCE AGAIWCT GUYS > LIKE ME AMD FRECKLES.' EVER PLAY FOOTBALL BEFORE I HAVE A GOOD IDEA ABOUT TTfE RUDIMENTS OP V THE GAME.... IVE READ ALL /TWE SFORT PAGES AMD FEEL THAT PERHAPS i CAM BE OF SOME USE! IF "YtJU'VE READ THE SPORT PAGES,VOUVE HEARD OF CPASH DAVIS AW' FRECKLES I DOMT BELIEVE HAVE..M3U SEE.WEWDALL WAS" A SMALL SCHOOL.... WE DIDW'T HAVE A TEAM! IVE BEEM LED TO \ BELIEVE THAT R3OT- MAKES ItXJTHIKlK By BLOSSER IM 1HAT CASE,You BETTER GET GOIN', SISSY JY&UR FEET ARE GONNA HAVE TO GET ^fOUP CHIW OUT OF A LOTTA TROUBLE.» THE BUNGLE FAMILY Old Friends By HARRY J. TUTHILL Ha! You,mu pa 11 g, know this man? This voice? To make 6ure,III take a This bum who call my potato swit name? I can't see...If u I can lean over.. Rosy! What's this,..aman.. some snake-in-the-graas hiding in.?..whu it« George

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