Cartoons: Winter Woes

Just say no to cold and snow!

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Mom digs her way out of the snow
“It’s mother!”
Al Johns
February 14, 1959

 

Boy runs into house while being pelted with snowballs
“Now what’s the matter?”
Joseph Zeis
February 14, 1959

 

Angry dog with winter coat walks into house.
“Here, Rebel, here, boy….”
Scott Taber
February 8, 1958

 

Guys trying to find their car underneath piles of snow.
“It’s a dark-green four-door sedan.”
Scott Taber
January 26, 1957

 

Guys in a blizzard
“…I trust we’ve heard the last of the winter of ’88…”
John Bluto
January 25, 1958

 

Parents take the wrong kid home because they couldn't tell who is underneath the layers of winter clothing.
“George—he isn’t ours!”
Paul Peter Porges
January 10, 1959

 

Party hosts look outside at the blizzard that's preventing guests from attending.
Bram
November 23, 1957

 

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  5. What a great crop of mid-century winter cartoons we have here. The top two are my top 2, too. Poor mother, having to dig her way in like that. It’s a miracle! Love the vacuum cleaner in # 2. My mom had one like that, except I liked to help. This boy’s mother is about to get clobbered by 10 snowballs.

    With number 7 at the bottom, they’re right. No guests will be showing up to play cards, and that’s a shame. Just look at that marvelous Space-Age coffee pot perched above its own (candle?) heating below! Aside from the cups, I do wonder what’s on the left and right sides of that table.

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