Cartoons: Engaged to Be Harried

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Man presenting an engagement ring to his girlfriend.
“Oh, John, you shouldn’t have…and you almost didn’t!”
Nordberg
August 18, 1951

 

Woman jumps on her couch after her boyfriend proposed to her.
“May I take that to mean ‘yes’?”
Al Johns
August 11, 1951

 

Man meeting his fiance's father.
“I’m sure that marrying my daughter will make you the happiest man in the world Ralph – outside of myself, that is.”
Bernhardt
August 4, 1951

 

Woman comments on the engagement ring her boyfriend gave her.
“It’s beautiful, Stanley, but a larger one would have served the same purpose.”
Mel Lazarus
December 23, 1950

 

Woman comments on the engagement ring her boyfriend gave her.
“After they get through cutting and polishing, they don’t leave much, do they?”
Ben Roth
December 9, 1950

 

Woman comments on the engagement ring her boyfriend gave her.
“Why, Herbert – what a beautiful way to drag out a friendship!”
Mel Lazarus
October 28, 1950

 

Young child peaks out from under a couch to congratulate his sister's engagement.
“Allow me to be the first to congratulate you!”
Bob Barnes
October 21, 1950

 

Woman jumps on man, tells him "Yes" to his proposal.
“Yes!”
Joseph Zeis
September 22, 1951

 

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