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Cartoons: Suffering Santa

Published: December 22, 2016

“I’ve called you in, Hawkins, to remind you that you’re supposed to laugh ‘Ho, ho, ho’ not ‘Tee, hee, hee.’” By Chon Day December 19, 1942

“I’ve called you in, Hawkins, to remind you that you’re supposed to laugh ‘Ho, ho, ho’ not ‘Tee, hee, hee.’”
By Chon Day
December 19, 1942

By Ed Hunter December 12, 1942

By Ed Hunter
December 12, 1942

“That, my friend, is for the next person who looks in the pot and asks me ‘What’s cookin’?’” By John M. Price December 16, 1944

“That, my friend, is for the next person who looks in the pot and asks me ‘What’s cookin’?’”
By John M. Price
December 16, 1944

 “Why can’t I? This is my lunch hour.” By Bo Brown December 20, 1941

“Why can’t I? This is my lunch hour.”
By Bo Brown
December 20, 1941

 “All I want to know is what gave you the idea I wanted the complete works of Dickens last Christmas?” By Frank Beaven December 28, 1940

“All I want to know is what gave you the idea I wanted the complete works of Dickens last Christmas?”
By Frank Beaven
December 28, 1940

 “Should there be a man in a red suit sticking out of our chimney?” By Rodney DeSarro December 23, 1944

“Should there be a man in a red suit sticking out of our chimney?”
By Rodney DeSarro
December 23, 1944

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  • Poor Santa just can’t get a break in these selections, can he? The Santa in the 2nd cartoon is about to get a nasty wake up call. He kind of looks like Fred Mertz too, come to think of it.

  • HOW I HAVE ALWAYS LOVED THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, PERHAPS I WILL GET SOME EXTRA MNEY FOR CHRISTMAS. I AM 87 AND $10 IS
    HARD TO COME BY MANY TIMES. BIT I STILL LOVE TO SEE IT HERE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR MANY YEARS.

  • James Rankin

    Thanks for the humor. Sometimes it is badly needed in this season of joy and celebration.