The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 10, 1933 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

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12 THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA**, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1933 EDUCATIONAL 'CAKTOUNS^ HUMOROUS^ CURIOUS WORLD By FERGUSON OF ENGLAND, WAS A AND COULD NOT EVEN SPEAK FMGL/SH/ THE PLANET APPEARS BRIGHTER. TO US WHEN SEEN AS A CRESCENT. THAN WHEN THE COMPLETE. DISC IS VISIBLE. M\\ T ///^ A BUTTERFiy OF GUIANA, HASAN IMITATION HEAD ON mr WINS TIBS. £ !••• w MA wmncc. Me. 1 SIDE GLANCES By GEORGE CLARK OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS "Now, you will probably ask—Just how would technocracy function % In energy units?" THE TINYMITES By HAL COCHRAN (READ THE STORY. THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) (Plcturei by Klnj) T HE ballooon that took the Tiny- | j llst then, though, much to their up In the air .to see new ; surprise, the 'b'loon began to shrink In Of course this stopped its go- It settled clown, Instead. J. mltea up In the air to see new ,. eights began to gain real speed and, I size. shortly, Duncy shouted, "Hey! lug \i|>. "I fear I'll soon be scared to death'. "Tin- Why, I can hardly catch my breath. rlKht. . Perhaps we all worn foolish tu start traveling like this." "Oh, merely turn your head around, and then you will bo nnfe and Hound," snapped ticouty. "Dnn't act cowardly! This ride is lots of fun. "We're going higher. What a thrill! And now we're going higher still. Why, If we keep on shooting up, we soon will reach the sun." * • •* "And then whut will become of UK?" walltd Duncy starting quitii a funs. "I know. We'll quickly burn right up, because the Bun's so hot. "I wish that I was bank on earth. This crazy ride Just Isn't worth the worry that It's Riving me. We're doomed, an like as not.' 1 b'loon Is triilnt-cl to iu-t just It'.s put an end to Uuncy's fright," said Comiy. "We will shortly land. And, gtu, liids, look ahead! • • • "A funny man Is on the KTOIIIK! and right toward him we are bound. He's motioning to us. I'll bet that lie's n friendly scout." "Why it's a paste pot man, and he Is as excited as can be," cried Windy. "We will shortly know what this is all about." The man ran to them, with a smile, and shouted, "Kindly stay a while, and help us make fine valentines. Th;it really would bo grand. "We'll all sneak, quiet as a mouse. up to the valentine man's house." Then Soouty said, "Oh, thank you, sir. We'll Klmllv lend a hand." NO , iTAlMV TftAT- uUe TVV O\l MAM TFAIWK'S OUT LOCtftM 1 A JOB , AM* »F- HE. SEU.S 1 AIK1T, HC-'U. MHLP ME- AM' Ti OOM-T WAWT DONf M\NO US AT AU-- io BEAT rf FROM WOU, »F NAAM CO MINI*. MM OU MAN CA*4 GET Me A 30B, 8oT I OOM'TWAMI HE.V.P— IT WOULD HELP H»M,NOT a-fo IMI >v HM MHvtcc. IMC. me. u.». w.orr. INOE.PEHJDEMCE. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AHERN TELL Mt,NOW-WWATS SWtLLERTWAN SLIDINOTHt -BRlDGEWORK OVER "ROAST DUCK AM 1 APPLE SAUCED' FOR SECOND CHOICE, JUST L.&T ME CURLTH N TpNeu& AROUND -BAKED VI1RCSINIA V\AN\ A^ /AACAT?ON\ --T^E^sJ / •BOV ) VOU CAN -BORROW MY TANDEM •BIKE ANY f WHY, APE YOU SNUBBING* CHICKEN AN' TDUNYPUNGS N\Y GOVERNMENT •DEMANDS AN APOLOGY/ I -DON'T UKE- TW N WAY VOU CUT TH 1 CORNERS AKPASS UP VEAL CUTLETS A TOMATO SAUCE—A IF VOU SNEER OYSTERS, OR -BROILED FILET MICiNON,VOU'D BETTER GO TO MAKING .ON A MILK 5 QUARTS A T3AX . ANT3 / N pgl G :-«/ si WHIPS/ i — i MM. U. •. MT. QTT.- C t»?3 1Y KM tCTVICI. I I THE GUMPS Sold By SIDNEY SMITH FOR TILDA- THINK OF HAVINfe A REAL IXAMONO BROOCH UNDER YOUR. ptLLOW- - THAT'S SMS HAD- TVIE DIAMOND BROOCH THAT HCR6»ENTLEASA>4 FRIEND WHOAA SHE MET AT "WE ICE AAsEN'S BAJ-L LET HER TAKE- SHE CAJvl'T WAIT TO FLASH WIS ON MIM- 1* *TIU_ RESTING WHERE AJstOV PUT IT AFTER. SHE LEFT IT IN UN1CL.E BIA\'S CAR— 2-10 DOLLARS — HOW MUCH DOES HE \NAMT FOR HE ME &OT IT FRCWv HIS AOMY- HE'LL SELL »T CHEAP- TEU HI/A VLL BUY \ IT- I HAVE SOME ^ MONEY THAT UNCLE CUM C.AVE ME- I'LLC»IVE IWV*300.<?? FOR IT- CAJul. HIM AND «EE IF HE'LL, TAKE IT- . TOHER6ENTLEMAN *0 THE DEA»U . CLOSED— V<HEN TILDA CALLED TELL ^^ HINS I'LL PAYHIAA CASH-j ^Sr&s- HEYHLTTBERWiHT CWER.TO COLL.ECT- AND THE 1 ///, DIAMOND ,„ fe B Z^do^ A& S. l'»l Of., Copynihl. 19M. br Tht Chioto 1 ribmt BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Gideon Has 'Em Guessing! By MARTIN Ht \<b \WE. TOWN* \ We. 6\^^<b V\\-b ' TAF^/^rTCi'bfb TO TO OO^ VOV\0 \5 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Too Dangerous! By BLOSSER LOCATING THE. SERIS' VILLAGE, WHERE. FRECKLES IS HE.LD PRI5OKJEB, UNCLE HARRY MANEUVERS FOR POSITION WAIT TILL I BANK TO THE. LEFT THEN GIVE THEM A GOOD SHOWER AYE...AYE... AND THERE'LL BE A LOT LESS SERIS WHEN I GETS THROUGH (WHAT'S WRONG ? WHY ' DIDN'T YOU LET THEM HAVE IT? MOW I'M OUT OF POSmON WHY, THE. KIP 15 IN THE CENTER OF THE GROUP-WE'D KILL HIM-WE GOTTA FIGURE OUT SOME, OTHER WAY RESCUE. 12. NEAQ EEING THE. SEAPLANE, FRECKLES BRACES UP, IN THE HOPE THAT HIS OH, BOY/ THAT'S UWCLE HARRY AND &ILLY BOWLEX3S- IT WON'T BE LOMG NOW / MCMOOZA AND HI* ON,GkLtM,REACH THE SHORES OF TIBUROM.... LOOKED/ THWS ORMSBY'5 SEAPLANE CIRCLING ' AROUND THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) A Discovery! By COWAN CEPT1E 5/^/9 TMKT WHEN THEY GET SCTTLED^THEY EXPECT TO BWNC ALL THE»P THINGS DOWN FROM RVE TPONKS OF CLOTHES AND — THW \SN'T ALA- WH^LE 1 WAS \PONHMG OUT THE WWNKLES, HE HAD TO GO TO BED — >F HC DIDN'T HAVE MONEY »N THE PANTS HE HAD ON, HE HASN'T A WELL. THEY SUPE AV7E TCAVEUN' LIGHT NOW VLL<3AY 1 . SHE'S H^D THE SAME DPE-3S ON EVEP SINCE SHE CAME AL. OUST TOUCHED ME FOP A DOLLAR. HE SA\D MO^«:Y WAS IN OTHEP NOUPVESSCD CEPTtE HAD A HEADACHE TODAY, AND ASKED ME IF I'D PPESS AU'S PANTS AND [HWELEWH1E ENOUGH .ABOUT THEIP HE\N-FOUNB WLAT\VE5 TO HAVE A SUSPICION THAT ALL BLUFFS AJ?C HOT ON WVEPS

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