The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 4, 1933 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

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10 " ' <" '*', \ v ' V 1 ,v v ';;V < r> ; ^ ;vV'Y'Uf''^;"'-^ ' THE BAKEHSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN; WEDNESDAY* JANUARY 4,193& '• .' ?.../....'."*..,. . ./J- '. ''' ...':/.', .-' V - - ': /'•..''' '•' /..^'...--^>^4?;! I •: V . . _ .. ,..._.. _.,,. ._,._. i__ u _i ........ .. .... -. .. ^-. ._-.- --...1.^.--. . „..„... J L - • /- - ^j^^-^^i—-J.J—*-- J I-- J J^ J J-^-Jjyi-l»u-.taa^.«»-hj»^»fcfc»aifa-»Mhaj****d^ L I ^H HUMOROUS CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON O BIRPS MOLT 7HBIR VflNG THERS SLOVfiy AMP SYMMETRIC ALLY SO THAT THEItt PUfiMT ANAY NOT BE. »MPAJ»EP, BUT THE POCKS AND GREBES, CAPABLE O HIDIM6 OUT AMONG THE WATER REEDS PORINeTHE MOLT, LOSE ALL. THEIR WING. FEATHERS AT ONCE. ANP ARE. FLIGHTL FOR A MVBMA CAN MAKE A MEAL OF 60NB6 PICK4 ED CLBAN BV VULTURES AND JACKALS. ITS JAWS so Pov/ERrou rr CANCP06MTHE THIGHBONE Of AN OX Y/ITH JJTTU5 SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "Always reading book*! She'd better net let the stage director eatoh her watting so much time Improving her mind." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE riOTURC) fisherman that we have spied looks friendly. Why should . we all hide behind the trees?" nald ficouty. "Let's run out and Bay hello. ' "We've been up where It's cold. I wish he'd tell us how he catches fish, and also why it's warm right hero. I'd really like to know." "Why, say, it IB -strange," Coppy cried. "We only had a real short .ride, and yet that little stream's not •frozen. Summer tlmo is horo! "" "The place wo left was quite snowbound and now we see no snow around. This spot must be a magic place. Yet I see naught to fear." * * * Then Coppy ran -out from the troo and shouted, cheerfully us could be, • "Hello, there, Mister Fisherman. We •• are the Tinymites; ' "Please tell us why the grass is green right here, when elsewhere -. imow we've seen. It's very strange to • (Plttunt ky KlM) seen lots of real us, though we've strange sights." The fisherman replied, "Well, son, all through the year I have my fun at fishing 'cause this one small spot stays warm as warm can be. I must admit I don't know why." And then he added, with a sigh, "And neither do I care, as long as it meant* fun for me." • * • "No matter which way you may BO, not far from hero you will find snow. But stay around a little while. I'll cook you all some lunch. "If you like fish, we'll have a treat. I have a real large fish' to oat, There's plenty horo for all of us. How like m OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS do you my hunch?" " "Just great," said Duncy. "We will stay and eat our lunch with you today." The TlnleH then got busy picking up a lot of wood. A great big fish was shortly raised upon a stick ubove a blaze. Wee Windy «yed It. Then he said, "Oh, geo, but that looks good." _ L-A DpCrVV' A-ANj FEED 'IM A«4' DOCTOR NNHUT GOOD A, W W.H A DOGr? THePI% I «B\CV< A «AMPl.€.\ \G\TS WOO IM HE. G»t1& SORE FfctT OKi-TH' fi^W^AM' VC_ GOTTA PACK/ HIM HOME. — A K\os Love A i cox. we AUU MOST ,AK A OOCf IS TH' OV4X>f -JWAT A V<lO , BoT terfe TROUBLE. >N\TH TH w&vx. W»TH A BUM* REPORT AU.-3IST A,PEST PROBLEM SETTLERS ^ QuT OF SCHOOL. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN f .' EASY WITH . UAfBUSjO HE'LL KHOTUP USED TO TWTIOW THE JOOS VAJN «UPSTROP,"TrttCHfrMVIOH WRESTLER OF JOHANNESBURG J HE VyEl^HED 2^3 POUNDS.BUT SHOOK. H»M AT?OUND WtTH 1HE EASE AND <SRACE A YdREAX«>Ry//l^lNfe HIS CAT6/ "BUT, SO WHEN I (iLAMPED THIS HOLD ON HIM, HE COUAPSEO N VOU »T WOULD ^ .*» THE GUMPS Somebody's Coming to My House By SIDNEY SMITH 1-4 MtLUE- MY UTUt Mtk.UE CrtRLOF ON >HC WAY YO US - TM6Y ARRWR TOMORROW- SHE AND HER IT DO^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Nothing to Worry About By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS San Pedro! By BLOSSER OH BOY! TWIS A»R »S SVWELL...SO NICE AH' BALNSY-... WHERE ARE WE MOW VfE'RE IN CALIFORKJIA...MO THE IMPERIAL VALLEV—THERE'S OUR, LAST MOUNTAIN RAKISE.... PBEKIW5 TWROOSH TWE CLOUDS is SAH.JACINTO PEAK!'. PACIFIC OCEAN- LOOK9 OfZAXkSE VINEYARDS, TREES SUMMER THE SARATOGA? I'D LIKE TO SEE AIRPLANES ON HER:! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Just Like a Wife! By COWAN SUPE- I WA9 -BUT WHY 6Ol INTERESTED IN HER PICTURE GOSH! LOOK AT THIS PICTUPE. WC HAD TAKEN THAT FIRST DAV i MET VOO.DAPLING! LOOK HOW THIN VOU PENON COLE? I'VE HC.APD VOU SPEAK OF HEIR, BUT WHAT OF IT AND DON'T LOOK FUNNY WITHOUT \OUR MUSTACHE GOOD GPIEF! THAT SCEMS LIKE AGES AGO!! AND HERE'S ONE OF ME ,THE WE BECAME AND THIS ONE—LOOK AT MY SHORT AND THIS ONE OF POP AND VOO! REMEMBER, THAT'S THE TIME T ASKED -yOU TO THE DANCE AT THE COUNTRV- FOR? GOODNESS \ BUT YOU SAKES!WE'VE \WCREGOING BEEN GAPltOG- >J° AT THESE PICTURESJ ME THAT FOR TWO HOURS?ySNAP OF RENON eouc STUNNING A PICTURE OT RCNON IN THIS IJOOK OF SHOTS \ «' I Vut f'lVl >J

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