Cartoons: Lifeguard Laughs

Ocean, lake, or pool, these lifeguard cartoons rule!

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“Just how much experience has that new man had?”
Brad Anderson
June 2, 1956

 

“Well, if you should call for help, Miss, this is the kind of service you can expect.”
Walter Goldstein
May 28, 1960

 

“Help!”
John Gallagher
April 21, 1956

 

“Harold isn’t too busy during the winter.”
William F. Brown
September 15, 1956

 

“Broderick isn’t much of a swimmer.”
Joseph Zeis
August 16, 1958

 

“Shucks, Mary Lou. Why didn’t you tell me you wanted to learn how to swim? No use bothering the lifeguard.”
Tom Hudson
July 16, 1960

 

“On the other hand, I’ll bet you never rode a winner in the Kentucky Derby!”
Paul Peter Porges
June 25, 1960

 

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