The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 1, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, February 1, 1933
Page 8
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•\ THE BAKEBSF1ELD CAL1FORN1AN. WEDJIESDAV. FEBRUARY 1, 1988) manm. 'CMIOONS * CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON SIXTEEN- FOOT SUNFLOWERS WERE GROWN by .STHEMOSr PRECIOUS BOO/ OF LIQUID, OF ITT5IZE, IN THE WORLD/ ITS' POTASH DEPOSITS ALONE ARE VALUED AT ABOUT a/mow i IMS n MM HHVICC INC. ' SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS cer MOOP* OAOGHTeR aoe OM v/oice., ' TAL&J4T SHt'O OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN VOU WANTED TO WR&STLE AND WOULDN'T QUIT WM&N I TOLD VOU THE GUMPS Too Late! Too Late! By SIDNEY SMITH THAT WAS A FAST ONE *ME purr ONER OM HIM BELIEVE TH*»T THEY ARE LEAVING 1HE HOTEL. "Oee, Eddie, I hope your pining for a cabin number goe§ over big, •o we can rent that pent house." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (Plcturet by Klni T HE cub bears that came from the cave, of course, made little Duncy rave. "My, but you'ro cute," ho shouted. "Come and stand right by my side. : "You need not be afraid of me, 'cause you're as safe as you can be. Why, I am sure I couldn't hurt you, oven If I tried." The bears, at first, ran 'round a bit, perhaps so they'd be feeling fit. The mother bear then growled and they nut right down In the snow. Wee Duncy shook the paw of one and said, "Gee, this In lots of fun. Two little bears, like you two beura, C'm really glad to know. • • • "Now. wait a minute. We will ace If you're to Bet some food from me. I think I have a cracker. I will break it right in two." Then Duncy reached Into his clothes und found the cracker. "Well, here sfoes," he shouted. "I have broken it. There's some for both of you." A.U I* THE MAX no LAVT tMl* FOR SOME ltt*E- LAO&Mtt* MbHY OUT LOUD THAT MANA&6* A. CAUJMCr bOWN &REAK our IN TEARS- A"E OUT AND CAM* *rtH HI* CWAOFPRUFt. tO MEL* WTVl THEIR UX>4AWe MOV* MUCH A |\ THE ftALAMCE? if I TOO ARC VMUJNto AMD ABU* TO FOR THE, *E»T THAT THEY •&K.EN SUC.M *• iKi COMPETENT . ^KS. DC 4TROM — I I«EEL TM Kf I 0>NE WO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just Wait! By MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS To See What They Can See! By BLOSSER It almost seemed the two cubs smiled. At least, 'twas certain thej were wild about the bit of cracker that they grabbed from Duncy'a hand He held two little pieces high nncl shouted, "Now come on, cubs, try to stretch right out and reach It. I am sure that you can stand." The two cubs did the best they could and Duncy thought It pretty good. He said, "I think I'll take you back to where the Tlnles are. "Your mother*!! also go with us, BO there's no need to start a fust). We'll be there very shortly, 'cause It Isn't very far." Then off they went, across the snow. My, how the little bears could go. In just a little whllo they spied the other Tlnymltes. The Tlnies saw them coming and brave Scouty promptly waved his hand. When Duncy came up to him, Scouty said. "Of all the Bights!" JNXIOOS TO SET TOOT OK) TIBUPOK) ISLAND, BILLY BOWLEG5 SUGGESTS AM IDEA, TO UklCLE HACBY WHILE WE'RE WAfTIKJ' FEB TH'TIDE TO COME Ik) AKi' TAKE US OFF THE POCKS, WHY MOT TAKE TH 1 SEAPLAME AM' MAKE A S1GHT- SEEIM' TOUR ? WHAT? AMD GET THE NATIVES ALL STIPPED UP? MO SIP....THIS WAY THEY. DOM'T EVEM KMOW WE ABE .TOUCHIMG THE1B JSLAMD- I TELL YOU WHAT YOU MIGHT DO, »F YOU WAUT TO LOOK APOUMD....YOU AMD FBECK.LES CAVJ TAKE A DORY DOWMT Al LOOK THIMSS OVER- BUT BE CAREFUL SAY? THAT'LL BE SWELL// MEDBE I CO^Lt PICK UP SOME SOUVEMIBS TO TAKE. HOME TO THE KIDS-, SOUVEMICS OM A CAMMI&AL ISLAMD? WHY, SAY-THEY DOM'T EVEM HAVE POSTAGE '•STAMPS HEBE- COME OM// \ THESE IMDIAMS ACEU'T HALF Ikl THE MOST fiAVAse coviomou ITS TO IMAGIUE/ TELUM* S UMCLE HAC6V AMD.TH& CBEW TOY TO GET THE. CADIO Ik) WOBKIKI3 OBDEB, FCECKLES AWD BILLY fcOWLEQS TAKE OFF TO EXPLORE THE. SHORE LIME-/ THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) WAKC UP.AL. HCPC'C VOU9 BPEAKFA9T A Four-Minute Egg! By COWAN IN EPT RIGHT CELLOPHANE MO-HUM! is IT TWELVE O'CLOCK ALPEADY LISTEN .GEPT- EGCS IS TOO SOFT. YOU KNOW I DON'T LIKE 'EM THAT SOFT HEOC, GIVE THEM TO ME. GLADYS FIXED THEM DOESN'T HE LIKE EGGS OUST BPEAKFAST TIME FOP AL, BUT THE REST OT THE WOPLD HAS BEEN FOP HOUOS YES, BUT AU HAS SOMETHING WRONG VJITH HIS STOMACH, JUST LIKE HIS AUNT SAPAH. SO AFTEP THIS BE SUPE AND BOIL. HIS EGGS EXACTLV FOUP MINUTES IN THE MOPNINCS '

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