The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 13, 1933 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 13, 1933
Page 12
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THE BAKEKSE1ELD .JANUARY 13, 1933 CDUCtVnONAL AHERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By WILLIAMS By FERGUSON OUR WAY OUT WORLD CURIOUS HEY NONNY NONN WO — i re.ut.,ow -THAT ,TO L AUGH BtFORG. TV\e-/ • OPfcM JAVC 'JAKE CHOCOLAT I MADE., AM* \'M WRAPPlM* VT UP TO HIM SELF IN TU" WC OLY TAY ( SHOULD SENT - m US A WIRE/ HOW MUCH NG THIS IS TH' G\TSM KI A GCOO AS HATCHED, ABB 10 CRAWL. ABOUT THE TREE UM8S, THSIR W1NS AND 61U- TO )M C1JMCWM6. TiULL O E OE BUT 1 V.U BE L BEFORE. THOUH TO PAPER. A oor TO VS/MOT V AT VO NLT O WAWT EM TO OFF FOR A-r? • O -BE^AVIO CAN' YO O OfTHB COMMON ARC BULLET SHAPBD AND MASSES 7H»M,fi WATER.. AK.&, THE . u.s. PAT. •¥ NCA AOVAMCe U.«. FAT. OfP. .1 SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK THE GUMPS Health Is Wealth . By SIDNEY SMITH HAT A. BO/AB *MEU- MIN THREW INTO TME DE STROS4 CAMP- AM M TO EVEN TO TV4EM HE WOOLO LIKE TO PAY THEIR HOTEI BILL- 10 ANt> EACH DAY TWE fttLL- _S UP — AG TH . bOMT KKJ OUR NEXT MONEY >NILL COME AFTER YWI* HEYLL ^L IN ANY DAYT KN6W.NNMAT I SHALL DO - - r _ GO TO THE bEUtATESSEM/ ^ AMD <aET A P\WT OF MILK AND ^OME / •P^i CHEESE AMt> \-.-K^-J*. ^^^^^ ^ ^ f -^' ^ * »^ » •- v • — -THAT >WE CAN'T TELL THAT V*E NEEt> MONEY ME I* SO KIND ME f P LET TAKE. A MILLION I KNOW IP VIE .VrT BUT V*E CANT-MX AND V^E ML>VT VJATCH EAT INVITED N6T DOES MY EART PEOPL TW ^ro PETITES AP PL PE OTV >WMA TO <*IV EA DO KE HER HEALTH MY C i EAT ««- i opyright, Chicuo Tribune. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Don't Worry, Cora! By MARTIN "I'd lov« to, d«ar, but I prom lied Napolton I'd take him to th* movlet this afUrnoon." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN ^f • . HM46 VOMV. WKU. VAO3T CMCV\ MOR6 COUJ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Tunas and Sharks! By BJ.OSSER DO TO CATCH ALL Boy. 1 YOUR PAP MUST JUST VJHERS TWEV ARE, OFP THE COAST OF" LOWB? CALI- FORWIA...IW SOME SPOTS SO THICK ALMOST CAPSIZE BOAT. 1 How ABOUT ? EVER CATCH AKJV OF THEM? NAH/VJE SHooT THEM- COME AROOWP ANPSWAPTHETUWA, SO V/E /MAKE QUICK WRKOFTWE/VUBoy/ 1UWA FISHIN 1 IS THE GREATEST T ON/ EARTH! THE THISTLE <30 ' »r»$7 (READ THE STORY. THEN CO LOU THE PICTURE) W HEN all the bunch had eaten all they could they heard wee Duncy cull from way back in ihe wood where he had scampered nil ulone. "I have a happy hunch," eald he. "I'm going: to c-ook some corn for me. I have nu pan, HO I will use a new plan of my own. "You see, I've gathered leaves galore from 'neath the snow, and there are morn If I should need them. I .••* _ ~*B. »« w «I4W4D it A nAl\'U*14 IIV OVA tAlCIAI* will wrap an car of corn up tight. "I'll put It in our fire. What fun to watch it sizzle till it's done." Then Scouty said, "The plan sounds great. I hope It turns out right." * • • Into the fire the corn soon went and 'bout a half an hour wae spent in poking embers 'round it. Scouty then cried. "Take it out!" "It ehould be done by this time, d. Gee, if U'B burned 'twill be too bad. If it is good, you'll give ua each n llttln hit**, no doubt." (riituroby K!n«) "Why. sure," said Puncry, with u grin. *You must admit I've never been a selfish Ind. Here, Cop ivy, you can have tho first nice bite." Soon Coppy shouted, "Wow! It's hot, but wutch me, or I'll eat a lot." Each Tiny, after eating more, agreed It WHO right. T I t;. Jt Then mother rabbit nald, "Who'd like to try to take u llttlo hike upon my great big miowahoes? You will find it's heaps of fun. "Come, Duncy, you be first to try and we will watch yog travel by. Just walk along reul carefully, und do not try to run." My, what a laugh the others had when Duncy, quite u clumsy lad, began to wobble 'cross the snow. At first it wan thrill. And then he tangled up his feet and in the deep snow took a seat. It made the TInies in ugh bfc-ausp It was a funny spill. ^—^—^ .__ ,— _—_ VWELL, SO FRECKLE 5Jf VME'LL SEE DOWSJ 600TM. 1 ' VEAH HOPE CM pica. u. s. PAT. orr, IMS BY NEA aCftVlClf INC. WFANGLES ( Prying a Dinner Out of Chick! [*IH m V i! ! i :<:**"= iiiii V • T E T w\ ;fi^ r • Ti7*>' \ f > KEPT RIGHT CELLOPHANE GPCKT GRIEF I O'CLOCK AND 1 THOUGHT OF DtNNEtf THERE 1 . NOW,, ALL 1 WAVE T'DO VS OPEN THE. CANS AND THINGS UP CHICK, KEEP HAVE By COWAN ^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Mi^^HP^BB^^I VOOP THINGS ON *• T'GO OUT FOP <C THE CAM OPENER It'** '(I C= C: HANS

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