Bernard Dibble worked at the staff of the United Feature Syndicate. He assisted on the comic strips 'Captain and the Kids' and 'Hawkshaw the Detective' in the 1920s. He then drew the 'Captain and the Kids' strip from 1932 to 1938. He succeeded LaVerne Harding on 'Cynical Susie', and worked on 'Looy Dot Dope' in 1937-38. Another newspaper strip by Dibble is 'Danny Dingle'. In the late 1950s, he came up with the 'Fritzi Ritzi' Sunday page. In the 1940s and 1950s, he also did art for features in comic books by Quality Comics and I.W. Publications (a.o. 'Lala Palooza', 'Iron Vic', 'Beezy Bumble', 'Dewey Drip', 'Salty Waters', 'Molly the Model' and 'Johnny Doughoy'. In the 1950s, Dibble was a Park Employee with the New York City Dept. of Parks.