Cartoons: Amusing Cruises

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“Aren’t you folks staying for dessert?”
Tom Henderson
August 11, 1956

 

“If I could get my hands on whoever sent this.”
Bob Schroeter
August 10, 1957

 

“We’d be delighted. My wife has always wanted to sit at the captain’s table.”
Larry Reynolds
July 7, 1956

 

“You have the general idea, Miss Higgins. However…”
Vahan Shirvanian
June 23, 1956

 

“Now, now, Mrs. Borden, if there’s any danger we’ll let you know in plenty of time.”
Herb Green
June 16, 1956

 

Wall safe! What wall safe?”
Fred Levinson
June 8, 1957

 

“I knew there was a reason why this was cheaper than the summer cruise!”
Frank O’Neal
June 23, 1957

 

“Still haven’t found your sea legs, Mr. Briggs?”
Larry Frick
September 28, 1957

 

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  1. Yes I enjoy your cartoons. Today’s newspapers in Australia have decided we don’t need a little lightness so no longer publish them. What a short sighted shame.

  2. I enjoyed the cartoons. The only cruise I went on was a troop ship bound for the korean War. I got to sit at the sergeant’s table, but he was sick again that day.

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