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Cartoons: Wedding Day Jitters

Published: June 5, 2013

"You are a most gallant gentleman, sir, and I shall always be grateful for your generous offer—but he’s merely trying to find a place to park.”  January 12, 1952


“You are a most gallant gentleman, sir, and I shall always be grateful for your generous offer—but he’s merely trying to find a place to park.”
January 1952

“Better take Riley off wedding cakes until he patches up his marital troubles.”  February 21, 1954


“Better take Riley off wedding cakes until he patches up his marital troubles.”
February 1954

"Sorry, I shouldn’t have proposed while you were taking a bite of your taco." September/October 1993


“Sorry, I shouldn’t have proposed while you were taking a bite of your taco.”
September/October 1993

"You know very well, Helen who!" April 12, 1958


“You know very well, Helen who!”
April 1958

 “Just remember that marriage is like buying a house. You have to live with it, and you may not see any appreciation.” July/August 1998


“Just remember that marriage is like buying a house. You have to live with it, and you may not see any appreciation.”
July/August 1998

“We still have a few minor issues to work out: I want a huge wedding, and he wants to be single.” March/April 2013


“We still have a few minor issues to work out: I want a huge wedding, and he wants to be single.”
March/April 2013

“Can you wait ten minutes while I pack?” June 26, 1954


“Can you wait 10 minutes while I pack?”
June 1954

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