Cartoons: Just What the Doctor Ordered

A cartoon a day just might keep the doctor away!

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A cartoon a day just might keep the doctor away!

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“Here I am, Mrs. Edgely – bifocals take a little getting used to.”
Mary Gibson
December 01, 1945

 

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“Open a little wider, please.”
Will Johnson
December 29, 1945

 

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“I just can’t seem to relax.”
Fritz Wilkinson
December 22, 1945

 

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“I could probably cure you if these periods of depression – but as you say, everything seems so futile.”
Barney Tobey
December 01, 1945

 

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“Take one upon going to bed, and the other if you wake up in the morning.”
Dick Erikson
December 29, 1951

 

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Irving Breger
January 20, 1940

 

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“And cut out starches.”
Joe Zeis
January 07, 1956

 

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Comments

  1. I “grew up” on the Saturday Evening Post. I just turned 80. When I was a child, I could not wait for the magazine to come, for the COVER itself. It spoke volumes to me. Now, I look forward to its arriving so I can read the jokes?
    Of course, I enjoy the rest of the stories, too.

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