The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 7, 1933 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Saturday, January 7, 1933
Page 8
Start Free Trial

»WW.5»l»ail«^ w /,,w^^fii^)i^fyyitiy»sa " - t i J •<>%,' t i r '' " > ' s - • ' •• i -,_ ( i ,, t ; -4 . ^,5^-j, , ,, ., ••,' r ; ' , 4 ' ;', J l , " n>' ""2'* '* ,-,'<""' if '"f i*-*'!''/'-'' i*. "!• T'V '••i'^ur^''" '"? f I* r ' rA-T«'(-"''• ''-"tiM - M" ?-• v• '*,*/.-, '.»,<*'','.-, v^ 1 VviC?'' ' - "•' .'•'&,'• <V"> V 1 f: ,'^' >>1 ' lV -V^ * 4 i v * ," ^ f '/^'v THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN» SATUMbAY, JANt|ARV 7^19^'» / '• % ! r " ,t .. .J^\' .,j t, k.___ . , . . <> t ^ - . ', ^ ". 4 IA ^,^t ,. ^S t,^J V^ .r f.A ..,>... ^ .... , j ^ . .^" . . J * . .. . . f A ^_ , 1J ..- 1 -! ^.^^^i^^^^^^i L^t^l- EDUCATIONAL HUMOROUS • f ^ '>*-»», '!»r;-. y CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS IK toot* OM oC \ itt v<om.o'& eer vr CKEWTHEIR FOOD WITH T.MFIR. LB<3S\ A SET OF BRISTLING SPlNBS, AT-THE' BASE OP THE J.B3S/V/ORK 1 LIKE' •JAWS AND TEAR THE FOOD TO PIECES BEFORE fT IS SWALLOWED. T74AIT DUMB LOOW^' Lmv.6 A BCr AM A uwe Me. FBR/SS , PLAC&S v^nw iMf / RABBlT-tmTE RODENTS,.LIVING IN POUSM MOOMTAJNOOS COONTRV, cor DOV/N LARCE SMOCKS OF <SRASS ANO STORE (T AWAV UNDER POCKS It? CURE WINTERS SUPPLY. M.miw.otr. THE. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "You keep him drened up Ilk* every day wai Sundiy, and you don't oara how I look." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN ' <t AIL VOUVE DON6 IS BRAfo ABOUT GREAT ftASgUN' MOLDS— TM' BEST W005 NOU KNOW *S ON A AN* FORKl~*STHt6 *AOLT> IS TH* AIRPLANE SPIN —AN' 1V\ <SONNA WHEEL VOU AftOUND ATOP-THEN , I'LL !-DUNVP YOU CHtMNEV f THE GUMPS Help! By SIDNEY SMITH ... A *ICtMT POR iORe IVV OOX'T KNOVM HOIM CrLAB .., -. TO »6E YOU- BUT WMY DIDN'T YOU LET ME KNOW WHAT YRAIM YOU WOUU> ARRIVE ON SO THATJ OOLO MfeET V^AMT ANBt ANb MJN TO *StfcT .* ANB " I \NIIX CAL COULD RNO A CHSAP UODOitNC INVTKAA NOTHING WOULD BE TOO 6 AND NA.TURAU.Y HE *HE WA. VWAT WILL WEXDO? \NHAt A ONLY MAMA- VOU STARttD AU.OP COMYINUED- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES . Imagine! By MARTIN (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (Pleturuky Klni) o LD Freezy stood back of the sled and kept It moving on ahead. "How do you make It no so fast?" asked Scouty, with tv smile. "We're going many miles an houj and that must take a lot of power. I'll gladly lend a hand, sir, If you need it after while." "Oh, no!" the Ice and enow man said. "You sit and have your fun, Instead. This Is no work for mo at all. You see, I'm very strong. "I push with one foot on the Ice. That keeps us sailing on real nice. An long as I don't get tired out we'll travel right along." Soon afterward they reached a hill, and Freezy said, "Now for a thrill. When going down I need not push, I'll take a Ifttle rest. "You Ttnymltes must hang on tight. Then everything will be all right. I'll keep the sled from tipping o'er. At least, I'll do my best." The hill vvaa steep as It could bo and shortly Duncy shouted, "Whee! This almost takeH my broath away, but It Is lots of fun. "I hold my heud down by my knees mid save my face from quite n breeze. This Is one of the nicest thlngu that wo hayo ever done." All of a sudden Freezy cried, "We're duo for trouble on this ride. .Hiat look ahead and you will see a groat big bank of snow. "We're moving onward with such force that it's too late to change our course. Klght Into that big mass of white Is whore we'ro bound to go." The Tlnles didn't say a word, though frightened by what they had heard. And then they and their round. The whole sled hit the \vhlrlod snow bant round and bunch sailed out into space, but landed In a nice, soft place. Old Freezy laughed and crlort, "Hurray! We all are safe and sound." FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Introductions! By BLOSSER WEIR SEAPtAKJG T1EP UP, WCLG HARRYS PART/ IS MET BYA LAUNCH FROM THE TAKES THEfATO A PIER ADJOIKIIM3 THE YACHT — ^ UP HERE IS THE CAPTAIN WANT VbO Tb AAEET HIM, FRECKLES 6REAT FELLOW, CAPTAIN FLACK, THIS 19 FRUCkLES/ MJMOS7UIS BOZO COMIN' CWER MERE OM A SALLOP? GLAD TO you, FRECKLES y A NTM J60STTHEMAM I \WAMT TO SEE // THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Pinched! By COWAN t DONT KNOW i WHV^BOT POP SAID NOT TO USE BUT IT WON'T MUPT JUST TO OWVE OVEP TO UNCLE MIKE'S- 1 VVANT TO BRING BOX or OVEO VOU WON'T KNOW \ IT'S POP'S IT.EH? WELL., WHO'S I BUT I DIDN'T CAP « THIS ? y KNOW ME MADN'T GOT HIS 1953 UCEMS6 •' /f '" •", ; . . . L M ,: •-''.? i'i. 1 *' *''.'*(• 4 ...:.'--..-"L .,.•-.; .>..,, JT " t"j ,<# .' A jr. .''? • •"' rt '• i • '•. i v t

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free