10 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIflOJWIAN, MONDAY, JANUARY 16,1933 _ ^CDUCATIONAL ., ' I V i"M HUMOROUS CURIOUS WORLD' By FERGUSON AND TO ADS ABB STRICTLY CARNIVOROUS AS ADULTS AS TAPBW*S,THEV ARE. VttfER-BueS fcttACKALSNGTM OF .T INCHES AMP PREY OPDN OTMSR INSECTS', PISH; AND EV*M ATTACK SNAKES. SIDE GLANCES, By GEORGE CLARK 'I know why you won't take m«. You're waiting to tee If iome old millionaire will come along." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (PUtur«i by Klni) rriHE snowshoo made a dandy sled J. and, as weo Scanty raced ahead, the little bunnies hung on tight, In fear that they might fall. "We're going "round a corner now," cried Scouty, "I will show you how to crack the whip. Just going straight la not much fun at all." One bunny cried. "We're satUflcd! In fact this 18 a dandy ride, but If you uwlng us suddenly, we'll topple In the snow. "Goe, when you turn around please take It easy BO the shoe won't break." "Don't worry," shouted Scouty. "it'a u strong shoe. Here we go!" • • « • And then he jerked the shoe around. The bunnies flopped out on the ground. To see them tuniT>le in the Know was quite a funny Bight. The snow was soft as It could be and they nil hopped up merrily. "JuHt look at us," one bunny cried, "The " has made. UH white." "I'll brush you off," kind Scouty cried. "Then we'll continue with the ride. We'll race back • to the Tlny- mltes, where I can take a rent. The trip back really seemed quite short. One bunny said, "We've hut real sport. We've been on lots 01 rides, but our fine snowehoo ride wna best." * * •* Then old man Freezy said, "I think I'll try and find a skating rink, I have a lot of skates. You Tlnymltes cai Join right In." "A frozen stream Is rlRht nearby,' said Coppy. "That's the spot we'll try Gee, when we ladH begin to skate, 11 bet 'twill make you grill." In no time Freezy proved that h was Just ns clever OH could be, H cut big circles In the Ice and then cried. "Here's a trick!" He quickly skated 'round and 'round until the hanpy Tlnles found thel name A-H* printed on tho loo. Wei t)uncy orlod, "That's slick!" OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS MOT* A CAM OF TftE OOOR, A /BTRtKlOr FROM OME. v -TO -rwe ... STARTL60 . UVl CLAIM'S "t . PUT A Qu\MltM€. CAPSUX.C. GOM ene. HAD -TH' TABLE / AM' , ATS AV-V-. »»-i^-'-« • — * \ <i* \ TVAO/ , / * ^ GCOOvDOM-T/ r^ \ rT ~"\$iiwvk' :\ OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERty A ONE IN A you TO F»6URE THAT -FATHEKD T5R.OTHER, OF MiNE STUMBLEt) ON "DO VOU &6\N<b tQ -BE. OP VOU KTeOPP1N6 IN WITHOUT LOOSE THIMK. r ryv -RUNNIH^ *».V SANiTAR»UM'? NOW, fLLBE LET VOU LOAF AUOUNt) *P«&EN VOUR "FEATHERS FOR A To A,)Vt\NOF UK.E YOU |w* WHEN Al^ 1 <3OIN6 TO lN^tH'TAN<SS »NT ONE dF yOUR, BLUE HAVE TO -SCRAMOLA f THE GUMPS A Vulgar Display of Money By SIDNEY SMITH THIS IV MOVT EMBAR*A\«IM£r- YHAY AKOMEY is »NTiNt>ti> FOR THE POOR AND NEEbY- IT HA& BEEM MX WAftlT>OR \KARt TO A SMAU. AMOUMT VWlYM ANYttWK IN ot* »T i^ HIS HAVE BELIEVED (T IP I HAbN'T \NIYH MY OSNN< DOUM* FOR EMERY bib XOU 4CE SO MUCH MONEY? BIWS MOTTO HE AKES ^ SUPPLY MILLIE A TIN WE THE DAY- HE IS MAKING AN EARV.YVCALL ON THE. OE S.TROSBHS ANt> OUST AS HE WfoHY tXWM ON THE CARPET FALL SPARE MY BLUSHES 'BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Boots Heard Plenty! MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Call of the Sea! By BLOSSER A HEARTY MEAL, UNCLE HARRY AMP FRECKLES SO OUT 01 DECK Tt> ENJOV THE BPEE266 OF CALIFORNIA TMlNk >tx)'LL UK£ LlVlMS OM THE 'SELKCEPP' FOR FRECKLES? "t AND HO^J. 1 ! (SEE, IF 1 MAP MOMEV LlkS VOU HAVE, 1 \WOULWT DO AWVWIWS BUT ROAM AQOUMP WITH A g|@ BOAT Llk6 THIS... IT MAKES A FELLA FEEL FPEE ." VES,THIS HAS TDUZIWS A0OUNP IMTHB HfAT BEAT A CITV BLOCji. STUFF/ PLACIC OR U3M& ROADS ....THIS WAY I GO NfJMERC 1 WANT 1& 6O, DCOP AHPSTAY AS YEP...VDU SURE CAH SET AWAY FROM EVERYBODY AHP EVERVTHIWS,.. CX> ASVOL) LIKE... AM' VJWATS MORE, MO SPEED COPS e£T SALT AIR BpEEZHS, HEALTHY SUM AMP TH6 SI2EAT ADVENTORe OP soiws SOMEWHERE... AS4YVWHEKE •'•' THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Chick's a Big Help! By COWAN WELL. WOBOPV VOU BUY VT, D»D THEY 1 COULD BUST OUT AND CRVl LOOK «T THIS MAT' AND IVE WOPN IT ONCE! WEUU,ALMOST—INEZ SENT TH« M»LUNEP OVER TO SEE. \F I WOUUO: BUV A MAT FPOM HEP— INEZ SA\D SHE MADE LONELY THINGS, SO I OODCPC.D TMtS ONE YOU SHOULD HAVE KNOWN SUGAP!TV?IMMINI&ISA MILLINER'S BUSINESS 1: ! •J'
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