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Cartoons: The Neighbors

July 4, 1959

July/August 1995


From July/August 1995

“I hate to barge into your house like this, but I heard you opening your refrigerator.” From September/October 1996


"I hate to barge into your house like this,
but I heard you opening your refrigerator."
From September/October 1996

“We’re thinking of buying the house next door. Like to give the neighbors the once-over. How do they look to you, dear?” – November 25, 1950


"We’re thinking of buying the house next door.
Like to give the neighbors the once-over.
How do they look to you, dear?"
From November 25, 1950

“Hey wait a minute… I sold this at my garage sale last year!” – July/August 1996


"Hey wait a minute… I sold this at my garage sale last year!"
From July/August 1996

From September/October 2002


From September/October 2002

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  • Mary A. Berger

    About the man with a hedge trimmer nipping off the neighbor’s sox in the cartoon above, I would have laughed out loud had that been myself. Lucky me–my neighbors would’ve laughed too. These cartoons are great!

    Mary A. Berger

  • Mary A. Berger

    I’d be laughing my head off at the first cartoon above, showing the guy with the hedge trimmers cutting off the next-door-neighbor’s sox, if that happened for real. Lucky me–so would my next-door-neighbor. These cartoons are hilarious.