Three daily gag panels, the ruled borders of which have been removed. The remainder of the page consists of advertisements.
This includes one reader letter but is mostly an editorial with info about the comic. Art includes one illustration of "Fearless Flint" and a reproduction of the cover of "Strictly Private."
F. O. Alexander left the strip in 1939 but is still credited on this (the date of the original newspaper comic strip reprinted here is unknown).
This particular sequence is science-fiction oriented, although the strip as a whole was generally a realistic adventure strip.
List of name and addresses of readers wishing to have pen pals. One small cartoon illustration.
Script previously credited to R. B. Fuller, but William McCleery was the author from its beginning in 1935 to 1961.
Tarpe Mills was previously suggested as artist, but the style is consistent with all earlier Ollendorff efforts, and bears his highly distinctive signature.
Christman worked on the strip between 1936-11-23 and 1938-06-xx, so these reprints fall within that period.
Four daily strips:
#1 - Wishful Thinking!
#2 - Proof Enough!
#3 - Follow the Leader!
#4 - Double Talk!
Two spot illustrations.