The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 30, 1936 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

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THli BAKfiUSplELli CALlt'OHNIAN, WEDNKSDAt, SEi'TEMHEK 30, 103« EDUCATIONAL HUMORdUS CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON rr is ESTIMATED THAT 'A POWERFUL ENOUGH TO LEAVE THE GRAVITATIONAL FIELD OF THE EARTH, AND O 1»J« IV Hit. MNVICC. INC. iNtfMJfO IT IS NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE: AS MANV AS po K/NOS OP FfZUtT GROWING- ON THE SAME TREE/ RETURN, WOULD COST ONE HONOKSO OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS LOW *C" ON A PIANO HAS A WAVE LENGTH OF ABOUT /•? FEET. AND AS WE <3O UP THE KEVBOARD, THE WAVE LENGTH SHORTENS OMEHAU? WITH EACH OCTAVE.. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "Where cnn we go, now? There won't bo any more World Fairn until Hill!)." RAI>rc LF. A Ji I & Y SATS: i TODAY'S SMILES :\T\;\ ;• I inn nfriikl II'M not foiiHlliln, IIP- iiHi) II' two inon vlflo on a Iinrno olio liuiMl, rldn tinhlixl mill wo • Uu> llrlllMh— nn\ ton pro ml to rlilu ttolilml. -lie. \V. It. IIIRH, Ijonilou <!hur<.'h- mini, frownliiK on propoNtil Unit Aninrlou Join n lungtm of KnKllMli- liatliiiiH. ' You love In vain wlu-n (ho mini who breezed into your Illo HlorniH out of it. Wo vi-Un'uiiH rcK'iril onrnelvpn tin the No, I piielflHlH of thu worlil bo- ciiuno we urn rondy to fight, If noeen- Mitry, to ronvhico otlu-r niilloiiH thill onr ili-iiiiinrlM for peni-n intlMl he re- upei-teil. ,1. 10. Vun '/iiimll, lial.lonill iioniiniinilnr ot tho VolonuiH of l''or- dun WiirH. Admit hull' (he people who unli fin 1 my nuiiinniph ilnn'i Imow wh>-lhei I'm I'lTihllii Itiirlholoniow or Horlii Kiirlolf anil when I've MlKiituI they InoU nt mo IIH tluniRh I'll IrleUeil (hum. l.trlun Alinrno. inovlii iii-toi. HamlH do not lie Tht-y rovenl OIIO'H Inn- rhiirnrlnr where fm«i«n tiNiuillv lilile heneiilh u i-UiaU of cniii plli-utoil ami urtlflcliil POHI-H.—Nathu lie IHivlti. painter, I'll hitvr inv ainiiinnllliin for u lllll< later. foi-iner I'reHlili-nt llei'lu-rl llonvur, ilei'llnliiK to roniinniit on pn lltli-al nlliiiillon. Tlicv ulihnr nil oii(wiiri) tniitilfen (iitlonii of nffeollon I'Mlm I.Mrrrloi \Vnlti<r I.mi)!, reeently retnrnc-rl froi .Iiipiin. tellH why orlenialn pri-fn i-onili- rulher tliuii romantlo niosleH. AUTUMN DAVS ^-v^' il ARE HARD TO BEAT, t 60 \S WRIQ LEY'S r- J i i V IT'6 ATREAT ! ,--' /e - .orW if ^ / s^fpl UMi ""^! C' \\ e linew from the Hlarl Ihul ehilil II-NH \Mnneii all over the worlil wonli turn hiniKrv i-yeii on the Hloniie Ija hli«H, anil thiil the cl'I'ei-t \\milil l\i liiMplrhiK.• • Mr, Allun Hoy Mafoe. Mnn'H place In future lilnlory wll ili'pi'inl In ini Hiim.H nirMHun- on wha he (ierlileM In eat. Mr (ieorifo H .Mlnol, llurviinl \'nlvi-inlly 'l'ln> bi'Ht nrtlHlM i-iiine lo Ainerli'ii where lln-y are rei-i-lveil with in o)ien heart. -- 1'iuil MoKUi'rutiii l-'ronnli ooniH-rl plunlHt. Thu l.oaniui of NnltoiiH linn on more ehiiiu-e, h\it II, IN a last i-hiinoi • \Vllllam M. Motlil, I', s. ainlmNmulo to I li-riiinnv. WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT TH* PERFECT GUM INEXPENSIVE - SATISFYING 6OOO C-JAW3H * DOM'T TURKi TM 1 6A6 OW TILL YOU'VE POUND A MATCW f I CAN AMeXL (T WAY DOWN HERE •' OAW&M / WHERE DO YOU KEEP MATCHES 7 NOME IM MATCH HOLDER- I'VE HUNTED AN' MUKITED- A. _ i I/T. M. BCG. V. I. PAT Oft , me. WMV MOTHERS GET 6R4.Y, 1-30 OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPL? E6A.T), I'LL MV SOEMT\F\C PERFECT IMS lHT*QLi6H THE TAiP THE IMEXHMJSTIBLE HEW SUPPLY WITHIK GLOBE, AMD -miiS AWAV WITH -RJRK1/ MDTHEKi HE THE GUMPS He Meant Well BO/ MV FAITHFUL FRIENP/ MILK/ WHERE PIP VOLJ WHAT CaOOP SAMARITAN QAVE THIS LIFE-QIVINQ FLUID TO VOU ? Ht f . u B, r«t oir.i CopyrinHj IM'i k» CWei«» Trlbtma.N. V. N«w. Syndlc.l., Int. YOU STOLE )Ti BO/ YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE DONE THW7 AS YOU QO THROUGH UFE,MV FRIEND, YOU'LL FIND THAT HONESTY » THE BEST POLICY-dOME - WE MUST RETURN THIS MILK TO ITS RIGHTFUL OWNER - BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Old Faithful By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Fireworks Ahead By BLOSSER,, THAT'S TWE I LlkK TO SEE THAT DUMMY TACKLED.' WICE V/ORK TIPLEY! ALL RIGHT, WHrTLHY... x1 t)U IS THAT TWE 36STVt>l CAW DOl SURE, BUT I'M PLAYIWC3 IN VTHE SAFETY I MEVER HAVE TO MAKE TACKLES.... WOBODY EVEF* GETS BY FRECKLES.' OH,YOU MEAM FRECKLES IS SO GOOD HE FLOPS EVERY RUWNER WHO COMES HIS WAY, EH ? WELL,WHAT IF HE MISSED ? DOWTTHIMK WELL WEED ! THIS YEAR WE'RE QOIKIQ SERVE TEA AND WAFERS / WATER THIS THE BUNGLE FAMILY Temper By HARRY J. TUTHILL Doodle,wait. Don't use your stuff on,.. M^p^^J^^I^ 'f i ' ,,"<* , <-v^«"' ; ' 1 ''>'k»'''""iVA ' "•'"•' '

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