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

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8 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1933 CDUCflTIONAL «CAKTQQNS g CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON OUT OUR WAY ICX5 TEAMS HEFARNOftTH/ THEY HAVEAFINSR USES IWXAIL LIKE A HAND. SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK "Thought I oughta warn you, Horace, In case you are »erlous about Miss Wells. She's not so sure of tier job here." THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (Pleturct by Klnj) rpHB little bear who had gone flop X Bald, "Well, I gueHs it'a time lu stop. I've had enough of shootlne t'uns and getting knocked around. "It's really quite a clever trick, the way biff guns like that cuinktok. My. but I was surprised, luds, when I landed on the ground." "Gee, you looked funny," Duncy said, "I thouent you'd land upon your head. Instead, you took u clever spill. That's why you feel all right." "A pop-jun Is what you should use. Your footing, then, you wouldn't lotse. I hope you will not mind our laughing. 'Twos a funny sight." • • • "Oh. I don't blame you," aald the bear. "I'd have laughted, too, BO I don't care. I'll tell you one thing, though! That spill gave me an appetite." The hunter then exclaimed, "That's fine! If all of you will form In line, we'll march Into my little hut, where I will feed you right." The Tlnles helped him get the meal. Said Windy, "Goe. how good I'll feul when I uni filled with nice, warm food. We're ready, now. loot's eat." They nil sat down to eat their fill and they all munched away until they couldn't cat another bite. It was u dandy treat. When they had finished, Scouty cried, "I think 1 hoard a voice out- Bide. It Bounded fairly far away, but let's go out and see." Into the upon ulr they van, the Rereading sky abovo to scan. "Look! There's a man on a balloon," cried Windy. "Who Is he?" The cub bears and their mother ran right out of sight. It seemed tho man had frightened them as he came down. He loudly yelled, "Hclho!" "Why, that's the old »ky pilot. Ho Is Jn«t as friendly u« can be," exclaimed tho kindly hunter. "He's a man you'll like! to know." IN EPT RIGHT CELLOPHANE By WILLIAMS MOT -3O BAD T»-V A Grooo- \-\v<e vou APOUND, . \T UP OUR BOARDING HOUSE ByAHERN STAVING IN TONIGHT TO "RtAD? WttENT WANT TO GO SEE A MOVI&. YOU WAVE A HEADACME-AN" I WAKT TO HOME ONE NIOUT.YOU HEAT . LTP A YEN TO OO OUT/ GET YOUR ON .YOU QUINCE-WERE GOING TO A MOVI& J—OW, I'LL T»AY MY OWN WAY, IF THAT HAS YOU VS/ORWBDl-—TWB PICTURE WIU.TX5YOU OOb^-THE WIFE- SHOOTS MET* HUSBAHD TUE ENT>, MARRIES THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY TIED THAfl KNOT KNEW UNSTOPS THEY WOUCONTI FRONT LINE TRENCH •DOWN YVVTH ONE KM. U. •, MT, OW. e IMS tr MM MHVKK me. THE GUMPS Hearte Aflame By SIDNEY SMITH OH,MR.6rlWW-> OM.MILU&'S A ME EVERVbAY SOME . . A BOOK- AMUJMIMT HMMr LEFT IN i tv»e CMC- POT Y AY tWO OtW»CK<- - OU> 80Y- ^MER6_ ^0»N<» 1t <»KY VOUR VM46& PLA&e >OK ME OWTH. RtTUHK IV - BRSTMOO MU»T BREAK MY N6A«T-> RIDE* IM HE COONTRY- *TME CONCtRTS- LIFE IS ONR BIAN- BWt~ \NE 4USY HOPE LA»Y»TW/CP* AU-- FIVE AMNUYfeS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES My! My! My! By MARTIN 6OLO- ^ PRtG\OOS •4™ cove PMC 5\v\ 6N l 3^E:O nc, v^vo WR90WT TVS. UOOK GOT, O3ER, TO 6t^ ."WE. "WE. VV06T FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS On the Trail! WHAT* I THOUGHT YOU wese TAKING GOOD CACE OF HIM// THE SEC! INDIANS HAVE TAKEN FRECKLES// 6IMWE A KNIFE AN' J'LL MASSACRE TH' WHOLE LOT OF THEM HOH.' GOTTA KETCH HIM QUICK,// I KNOW JUST WHtBE THEY'VE TAKEN HIM WE'LL WIPE THE, OUT.'/ 6ET OVEB TO THE SEAPLANE. AND THROW IN A ROUND OF AMMUNITION—I'LL GET THE BOV3 TO LOWCJ? AWAV// By BLOSSER jJJO TIME Id LOST IN LOWERING THE COMMODORE AND BILLY BOWLEG5 TO THE. WATER'S.. SURFACE..... SECONDS SEEM LIKE. HOURS NOW, IN WHICH DIBECTION ARE THEY SWING TO T»-IE. STAKBOARD, AND WATCH MY HAND THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) There Isn't Any More! By COWAN WHEW. SUGAP. THI9 IS A WC GPOCERY BILL. II i KNOW rr.woNcv, BUT TMCPC HM/C BEEN Five PEOPLE. TO FEED THIS WEEK. A? SOON AS THEY GO,WC CAN CUT WCHT IN TWO MOW? THE: BABTVl «OWCTXIMG „ <SMCLLS GOOD*,! HEPE, YOU ONErClGHTY TOP A ROAST TO-DAY ! HEN COUSIN GEPTIE'S HUSBAND, AL, HR BUNIONS" UNDEP THC TABLE, IT'S FOP A PWPO«5E t EXPECTED T'HAVK ENOUGH LEFT FOP A COLD MEAT D\NNE9 ftOMB HASH ON SMUDDAY,BUT THAT B»G WALQUS ATE HIS WAY PVGHT THPOUGH SEVEN /YES. HE MUSTA WALKED FOPTY MILES T'Dtt^lDOKIN t'M ABOUT STAPVED,FROM POUNDkN' THE HAPD WNCMENTS ALL POUND'S OF POAST AND THEN POLISHED HtS TEETH WtTM THE TOME

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