The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 3, 1933 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

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12 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^, FRIDAY, FEBttUARY 3, 1033 EDUCATIONAL *C/\KTOONS* CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON U*ED THE TACTICS 1 OF MODERN REAL ESTATE 'SALESMEN WHEN HE NAMED / GREENLAND/ SEA LIONS THAT ARE TOM. TRAINED MUST et CAPTURED IF CAUGHT AFTER. _ _ OF SIX MONTKJJ THEY ARE DIFFICULT TO TRAIN. HE WROTE, PEOPLE WILL GO THITHER, IF THE LAND HAS A PLEASANT NAME. * ASOUr ONE our OF *•» SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS T BEEK1-V4VT A AoTo OOT •STOP TO ^»«4v^efi,•v^GATE AM' T.'V.\-^A-/-VMH^ HIO-X. 3»ft' UA\O OOVslM To Fte&T HERE. FROM VWAt-WiM* SO FAR AN 1 C3\v/e Me A OIDE. Tt)MMM. "^TfeAUMi" DO VOO C,\T 'AT STUFF *STteA\.»M'? \Tfe JUST A u-TTuu »s AU\_. ,«/,«<&»•• " -THE. OLD FASHIONED GoV *t 8 .u. «.««•. MT. OTf.C IMS Wt MA »CHV)Ct H»C. OUR BOARDING HOUSE •By AHERJI 1 s ?! £/0\ /•Vfi?(5/ol LA 1 JUST HAPPENED TO U"P IN THE CWCS CLUBr-1 "DROPPED IN TO PLAY KELLY POOL-' Y&S-OH AAY WOR"D — I "RECALL. NOW—' I LEFT THEM IN THE- COAT ROOM, WHAT?-YOUR TEETH ?WHY, YOU'RE AS T*LE AS A- BOWL OFRICEv-— TH^ BLOOD «SPAI5»M6 PWOM YOUR NOSE "RIGHT NOW- L.OOKS LIKE A GOURD/— WHAT'S TH*_ MATTER? r^* ST JUST •DAWNE-D ON HlfA THAT HE> FORGOT TO N*SAIL THE HOOPLEr CHRISTMAS CARDS; A «M.u.».MT.orr. en THE GUMPS Home, James By SIDNEY SMITH VtfcU.- FKNCf AMtftYINfc- SOU A VS/OOV.I> •We*»TWt--v iA""** r^i-*iTA*'iis . 1 ^t'**" .^-« • ffF^^^&$&z .•: —-^wWCWAi^i l -vr. 1 yn^Ju-3irti.*'.\V^> Boots Has Her Doubts! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By MARTIN SSfe^^ ; r':^ % . T "Hey, instructorl Dr. Flnley won't let any of us play with the ball. THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN « 1**3 BY NM MHVICC. IHC. —«. u.«. MT. OfT. A Second Warning! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By BLOSSER GEE-l DOKTT SEE. A SIGtJ OF ANYTHING THAT COULD HAVE MADE THAT HISSIkIS MOISE/ I THOUGHT WE COUUD FIWD FOOT- PBIWTS ALONG J >r THE BEACH LOOK.ftlLLY// AN ARROW/ WHEPE DID THAT COMt FEOM.? WE WE1THEP... COME. OKI, LET'S MOSEY OM BY THE BOUE5 OF THE TEM !l THAT'S WHAT THAT HI5SIWG WOI5E WUZ THAT WE EABD-A POISOKJED ABEOW TOO x l'l LAY TO THAT// CO YOU THIMK IT WAS MEANT FOfe OS WELL, THEY AIW'T STICK1M' AEOUMD JUST FOB TH' LOOKS OF'THIU(3e> —AN' VJEITHEP2 AEE WE — BEHIMD A ABOVE THEM, A WATCHES WOPE-GUESS THEBE ABE K1O INDIANS ACOUUD HE.CE. / Just then the friendly hunter came right up and suld, "It Is u. ehamo tc ridicule poor Duncy. Maybe ho will fool you all." And then he said to Duncy, "You show these lads what you car do. Go on, wrestle with a bear unc try hard not to fall." (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) rpHE little cub bears wrestled on A until 1 most of their strenuth was gone. Then Duncy Jumped up and shouted, "Gee, this Is monotonous. "Look, they have done the best they 'could, but neither one IH very good." Kind Scouty answered, "Oh, Bit down. Don't try to start a fuss. "You seem to think you know it all. Remember, lad; UIOKO bears ar small, but, even so. I'll bet that they could flop you to the ground. "I'll dare you, lad, to try your lurk. Just prove to us that you have pluuk. They'll likely irrab you by the waist and bounce you all around." "You bet they will," cried Coppy. "Gee, the thought of that appeals to me. Friend Duncy always boasts about the things that he can do. "Now is hie chance to show us how to wrestle. There's no time like now! If Duncy Is defeated, with all boast- Ing he'll be through." T ,,, only one?" cried Duncy. 8ny 111 wrestle with them both today And, both at oncw, I mean. I'm reulh not one bit afraid. "Bring on thn beurH. Oomn on, lot start! If they'll Join in. I'll do mj part. 1 11 prove that when they wren tied with each other tht-y Just played ' And then the wrestling match be gan. Around the lad the two bean ran. Thought Duncy, with a sinlle two very easy marks I've found. Just then, though, both the bears I Jumped out. Ere Duncy knew what twas about, the cubs were on his Ehoulders and they pinned him to the cround. THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) Nine Lives Needed! By COWAN TUEPC'S TUT BELL. I'LL 1 THOUGHT VOU WEPE OUT. VOU TOOK SO LONG. I BPOUGHT OOGLESNOPS OVEP. GO1MG tWtX FOP -*" r LET IT PlNG-MAYBt IT'LL »->• T WAUE OEPTIE AND HEP HUSBAND UP LAND CCPT AND UTTLE CASSIC APE <STILL, WITH THE NEWFANGL05 AND THEY APE STILL IN BCD, THAT l<5, ALL EXCEPT VES.THEY'VE BEEN HEPE FOP THPEE DAVS. I NEVEP SAW THEM BEFOPE-A SECOND COUSIN—HE'S LOOKING FpP WOPK--THEV'PE STILL IN BED NWHV.FOPEVEP- MOPE'. THEN YD BETTEP NOT LEAVE THE CAT. VJOU HAVE A HOUSE- FULL,NOW, I'D SAY OW.NO-IT'LLBE SOMETHING FOP CA<5Sie, THDP LITTLE GIPL.TO PLAY .WITH'

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