(1943)

Crown Publishers, 1942? Series
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Al Ross
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Al Ross
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I've been trying for fifteen years to get my affairs in order and now my draft board expects me to do it in ten days.
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humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 2)

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Foreward (Table of Contents: 3)

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Lawrence Lariar
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[Stalingrad] (Table of Contents: 4)

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Colin Allen
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Colin Allen

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World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 5)

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Frank Beaven
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A penny for your thoughts!
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humor
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  • from Liberty
Keywords
swastika; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

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Mischa Richter
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I suppose in the global sense we ARE going forward.
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humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
German army; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 7)

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Virgil Partch
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A hell of a looking Commando you are, Pringle.
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humor
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commando; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 8)

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Jack Markow
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Something goes 'ping-ping' inside.
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humor
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  • From Liberty
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tank; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 9)

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Must be something wrong. Since 1940 he has been saying the egg is ready.
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humor
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World War II

Henry Boltinoff (Table of Contents: 10)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Henry Boltinoff.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 11)

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Henry Boltinoff
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Well, what do you want?
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humor
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  • from This Week
Keywords
World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 12)

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Mischa Richter
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Looks like our engineers got here already.
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humor
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desert; tank; World War II

George Wolfe (Table of Contents: 13)

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[Teaneck 2 Gallons] (Table of Contents: 14)

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George Wolfe
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George Wolfe

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humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
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gas rationing

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 15)

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Irving Roir
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One more spitball from Shangri La and I'll call the principal!
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humor
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  • from This Week
Keywords
classroom

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 16)

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Gregory D'Alessio
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It's for the Marines. Gosh, how I'd like to meet whichever one it fits!
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humor
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  • from American Magazine
Keywords
World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 17)

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Ted Key
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Ted Key
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How did Mickey Mouse do it in the Training film?
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humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
basic training; drill sergeant; machine gun; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 18)

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Eric Ericson
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He likes to refer to it as his rear gun turrent!
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humor
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  • from Collier's
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Native American; papoose; teepee

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 19)

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Ponce De Leon
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Just look what six months in the chorus of 'This Is The Army' has done to them!
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humor
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  • from Liberty
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chorus line; World War II

[Auto Trips] (Table of Contents: 20)

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R. C. Dell
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humor
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  • from Liberty
Keywords
gas rationing

Vic Herman (Table of Contents: 21)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Vic Herman.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 22)

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Vic Herman
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Vic Herman
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When they reject you, they reject you!
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humor
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  • from ?
Keywords
draft board; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 23)

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Al Ross
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Al Ross
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We're married, Daddy, but Albert is allowing me to live with you and Mother for the duration.
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humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
World War II

[Bug Spray] (Table of Contents: 24)

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Ponce De Leon
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Ponce De Leon

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humor
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  • from Liberty
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jungle; tank; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 25)

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Gene Carr
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As a matter of fact I've been looking for someone like you for myself.
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[Hunting Dog] (Table of Contents: 26)

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Ed Nofziger
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Ed Nofziger

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hunting; hunting dog

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 27)

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Ed Nofziger
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He swore he had a pedigree a mile long, and I, like a fool, believed him!
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[Two Goats] (Table of Contents: 28)

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Ed Nofziger
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Ed Nofziger

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goat

Edward Nofziger (Table of Contents: 29)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 30)

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Lawrence Lariar
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My sister Helen said to entertain you. Want a hug?
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humor
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  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 31)

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Kay Kato
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I admit you're the boss at home, darling, but here I am the foreman!
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 32)

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Dave Gerard
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Boy, have I got DEPENDENTS!
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 33)

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Merrylen Townsend
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He said, what about the guy you were engaged to last week?
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 34)

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Leo Garel
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Great Scott -- I'm drafted!
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humor
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crystal ball; draft

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 35)

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Hilda Terry
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If that's Herman, tell him I'm not at home -- but don't sound too convincing!
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 36)

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Ben Roth
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I don't know who they are. It started as I was waiting to use a phone.
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 37)

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Irving Roir
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Irving Roir
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She's found out that a monkey wrench will stop monkeying.
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 38)

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George H. Green
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Wilbur -- Come on down. It's one of the boys from your camp.
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humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
military police

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 39)

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Ponce De Leon
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So far he's got Henry Kaiser licked by four hours.
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humor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 40)

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Burr Shafer
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Splice the main brace -- eh?
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 41)

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Kay Kato
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We calls him Furlogh.
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humor
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  • from Click

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 42)

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Ted Key
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Ted Key
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Mr. Nelson will see you now.
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 43)

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George Shellhase
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George Shellhase
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All I said was 'Where does one turn in excess gas ration coupons'?
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humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
gas rationing; World War II

Reamer Keller (Table of Contents: 44)

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Creator bio and a caricature of Reamer Keller.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 45)

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Reamer Keller
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Reamer Keller
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I hope someone else's daughter is being as nice to our son.
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 46)

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Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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Aren't you the one on the gas rationing board who gave me an 'A' card?
Genre
humor
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  • from Woman's Home Companion
Keywords
gas rationing; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 47)

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John M. Price
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Don't get polite with me!
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humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
department store

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 48)

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John Kaunus
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Will you marry me? I won't be much of a bother. I'm in 1A.
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humor
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Keywords
marriage proposal

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 49)

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Scott Brown
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Scott Brown
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Membership cards. We want to avoid any trouble with the Musicians' Union!
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humor
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  • from Collier's

Adolph Schus (Table of Contents: 50)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Adolph Schus.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 51)

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Adolph Schus
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Which ocean? -- Atlantic or Pacific?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
battleship; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 52)

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Colin Allen
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Of course the Messerschmitt Me-109F has a high ceiling...
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
dinner party

[Situation Wanted Male] (Table of Contents: 53)

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Mischa Richter
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Mischa Richter

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humor
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  • from The New Yorker
Keywords
painter

Mischa Richter (Table of Contents: 54)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Mischa Richter.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 55)

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John Groth
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John Groth
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Helen's appealing to the ration board for special consideration.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • From Parade
Keywords
freak show; rationing; World War II

[Eat at Mikes] (Table of Contents: 56)

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Kirk Stiles
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humor
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Kirk Stiles (Table of Contents: 57)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Kirk Styles.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 58)

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Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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Miss Lenko! -- I smell coffee on your breath!
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humor
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  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 59)

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Bo Brown
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Bo Brown
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I was just cleaning my bow and arrow!
Genre
humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
Native American; tee-pee

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 60)

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R. C. Dell
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But he didn't specifically list skirt blowing as a non-essential job.
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humor
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Keywords
carnival

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 61)

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Jeff Keate
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Really, Miss Beach, I don't think it will interest our clientele at all!
Genre
humor
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[Baseball Argument] (Table of Contents: 62)

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Bill O'Malley
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Bill O'Malley

Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
baseball

Gregory D'Alessio (Table of Contents: 63)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Gregory D'Alessio.

[Marching in the Rain] (Table of Contents: 64)

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Gregory D'Alessio
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Gregory D'Alessio

Genre
humor
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  • from Liberty
Keywords
marching; military

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 65)

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Henry Boltinoff
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Boy, that's a relief! It was only our daughter eloping. At first I thought it was the cook!
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 66)

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Dave Gerard
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Dave Gerard
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Good Heavens! What do you suppose I said!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
battleship; semaphore; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 67)

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John Kaunus
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I see they're starting the compulsory savings plan.
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humor
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  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 68)

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? [as Steinberg]
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"A mighty staunch edifice -- A monument to our super race"
Genre
humor
Characters
Adolf Hitler
Reprints
  • from The Newspaper P.M.
Keywords
World War II

[Driving School] (Table of Contents: 69)

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Leo Garel
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Leo Garel

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humor
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  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 70)

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Fritz Wilkinson
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
The second one from the left in the fifth row -- that's me!
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 71)

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? [as VIP]
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Of course not all Japs are as big as Shaw, here.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
racial slur; self-defense training

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 72)

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Al Ross
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Al Ross
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Recognize yourself, baby?
Genre
humor
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  • from This Week
Keywords
sailor; tattoo

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 73)

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George Shellhase
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Here's a door mat your husband just can't resist using!
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humor
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  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 74)

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Gregory D'Alessio
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But I LIKE bones! At home, I ate one every day!
Genre
humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 75)

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Al Ross
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Al Ross
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Al Ross
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Hello, Joe, I hope you didn't get tired waiting.
Genre
humor
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  • from Liberty

Al Ross (Table of Contents: 76)

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Al Ross
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 77)

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Ponce De Leon
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Ponce De Leon
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Has Mr. MacGregor been here today?
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humor
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bar; wedding dress

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Bandel Linn
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You say he's from the Censorship Office?
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axe

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 79)

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Lawrence Lariar
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Company -- DISMISSED!!
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 80)

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Bill O'Malley
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Well, well, come right in. It certainly is good to see something besides khaki for a change.
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humor
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sailor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 81)

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Eric Ericson
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I got rheumatism!
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Keywords
stork

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 82)

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Eric Ericson
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I had a water line painted -- Now I know how much I can eat!!
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humor
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Keywords
ducks

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 83)

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I don't care if I AM a lovebird -- I hate you, I hate you, I hate you!
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humor
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Eric Ericson (Table of Contents: 84)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 85)

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Hilda Terry
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When we get back, we better stick to the story that there are always five women to every man on a ship!
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 86)

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Not EVEN when they look at you like THAT?
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humor
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military police

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 87)

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Come on outside and call me that, Bud!
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humor
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  • from The Newspaper P M

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 88)

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Garrity
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I heard so much about it that I saw it six times. Frankly, I was disappointed.
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 89)

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I wish you'd decide on something, Butch. My feet are killing me.
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humor
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Keywords
robbery

[Watch Your Hat, Coat and Girl Friend] (Table of Contents: 90)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 91)

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Merrylen Townsend
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Do you REALLY and TRULY think it looks nice, or are you just saying that to shut me up?
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 92)

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Leo Garel
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I understand that back in Roman days they tossed one in once in a while.
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humor
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lions

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 93)

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Mischa Richter
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I don't see, Wilthington, how you can be so concerned about the war, while we are all being threatened by the possibility of a fourth term!
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humor
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  • from The Newspaper P M

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 94)

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George Shellhase
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They say the other girl took it pretty hard.
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humor
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Keywords
wedding

George Shellhase (Table of Contents: 95)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 96)

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Irving Phillips
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Wait a minute, Harry -- Hold the onion.
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humor
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Ted Key (Table of Contents: 97)

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[Dreams] (Table of Contents: 98)

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Ted Key

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dream

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 99)

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Ted Key
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Ted Key
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Ted Key
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A Mr. Harmon -- or Marmon -- called and said...
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humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
maid

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 100)

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Adolph Schus
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HE'S what I call a gentleman!
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humor
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Keywords
shoeshine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 101)

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Gus Lundberg
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That LAST one you dropped happened to be our coffee.
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humor
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  • from Liberty
Keywords
fighter plane; World War II

Bandel Linn (Table of Contents: 102)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 103)

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Bandel Linn
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Bandel Linn
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Bandel Linn
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Not so fast there, Slattery! During March I got jelly beans ten-for-a-penny!
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 104)

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Vic Herman
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This broadcast does not necessarily constitute an endorsement of our product by the war department.
Genre
humor
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  • from Liberty

[Guard Duty] (Table of Contents: 105)

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Herb Middlecamp
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humor
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Leo Garel (Table of Contents: 106)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 107)

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Leo Garel
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Leo Garel
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Leo Garel
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Just let me know when it gets excruciating.
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humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
dentist

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 108)

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Bo Brown
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Aren't those heels a little high for you, dear?
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 109)

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Kirk Stiles
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Whoa!
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 110)

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Charles Strauss
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Well, Junior, have you been thinking about what you'd like to give daddy on his birthday?
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humor
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Keywords
hotfoot

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 111)

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Scott Brown
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Scott Brown
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I'm sure it will be all right, I want it sent by V-mail.
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humor
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 112)

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Frank Beaven
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A journey, and then you meet a tall, dark, and handsome man. Then -- oh, this is very unusual -- He hasn't a cent of money.
Genre
humor
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  • from The New Yorker
Keywords
fortune teller; gypsy

Frank Beaven (Table of Contents: 113)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 114)

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Salo
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Salo
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The boys want me to come over for a little while -- the bachelor party is still going strong.
Genre
humor
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Keywords
newlyweds; wedding night

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 115)

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John M. Price
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That's the way he acts every time I bring in another batch of orders.
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humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 116)

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Jack Markow
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Jack Markow
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Jack Markow
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Was I embarrassed! I thought he was Uncle Henry and I went over to say hello.
Genre
humor
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Keywords
monkey

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 117)

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Bo Brown
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Bo Brown
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Nothing, thanks! I'm on the wagon and I just came in to test myself!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
drinking

Bo Brown (Table of Contents: 118)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 119)

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Adolph Schus
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Adolph Schus
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I'm not sure, but I think he's on his way downtown to pay his income tax.
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humor
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Hilda Terry (Table of Contents: 120)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 121)

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Hilda Terry
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Hilda Terry
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Hilda Terry
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Does it sound broken?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
doctor; stethoscope

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 122)

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John Kaunus
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I want a bag this size.
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 123)

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Bill O'Malley
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Bill O'Malley
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Friends of the family? Oh, no sir -- we were just passing by.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
bride; wedding

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 124)

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Garrity
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Garrity
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Garrity
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
If you must eat peanut brittle, Madam, please wait till the battle scene!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
movie

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 125)

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Garrity
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Garrity
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Garrity
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Better stop, dear, that red flashing signal means a train is going by!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
train

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 126)

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Fritz Wilkinson
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He's leaving or the Army tomorrow!
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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 127)

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Gene Carr
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Gene Carr
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Please tell your daughter it's time for bed -- She won't let me go home.
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

[The Statue] (Table of Contents: 128)

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Bill O'Malley
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Bill O'Malley
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Bill O'Malley

Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

Gustav Lundberg (Table of Contents: 129)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 130)

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Gus Lundberg
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Gus Lundberg
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Gus Lundberg
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Mrs. Jones, when I said 'How are you' I meant it only as a greeting.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
doctor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 131)

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Merrylen Townsend
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oh yes, NOW I see the diamond!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
diamond ring

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 132)

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Jeff Keate
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Jeff Keate
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Jeff Keate
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Don't you have a dog that will just lie by the hearth, and perhaps wag his tail when he sees me?
Genre
humor
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  • from Collier's
Keywords
dog

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 133)

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Jack Markow
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Jack Markow
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Hi, folks! I've been transferred to a commando unit.
Genre
humor
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  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 134)

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Salo
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Salo
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Salo
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My, what a pleasant surprise! Look, dear, the Gilberts!
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

Irving Roir (Table of Contents: 135)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Irving Roir.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 136)

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Irving Roir
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Who's the girl this spring, Harold?
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 137)

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Kay Kato
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Kay Kato
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I hope you all won't mind if dinner is a little late.
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 138)

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? [as Steinberg]
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? [as Steinberg]
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You'd hardly know my Tommy. he's about that tall now.
Genre
humor
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  • from The New Yorker

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 139)

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Salo
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Salo
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Salo
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Hard to get help these days, you know.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
shoe shine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 140)

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Kirk Stiles
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Kirk Stiles
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Kirk Stiles
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The pressure on Haskins is frightful. This is his last golf ball.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
golf

[Victory Garden] (Table of Contents: 141)

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Jack Markow
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Jack Markow
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Jack Markow

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humor
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  • from This Week
Keywords
train

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 142)

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Chester Garde
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Chester Garde
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Chester Garde
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Alvin writes he's raising a beard and I want to see if it's becoming.
Genre
humor
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  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 143)

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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
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...and that's our department for filling out government reports.
Genre
humor
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  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 144)

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Vic Herman
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Vic Herman
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Vic Herman
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
What were you and that other sailor flipping the coin for when I came along?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week
Keywords
sailor

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 145)

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Jeff Keate
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Jeff Keate
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Jeff Keate
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I don't feel half so self-conscious since you gave me this job. Everybody thinks I'm on stilts!
Genre
humor
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  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 146)

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Frank Beaven
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Frank Beaven
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Frank Beaven
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Have you a book on 'What Every Boy Should Know'? I want to cram for a man-to-man talk with Junior!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
library

[Woodpecker] (Table of Contents: 147)

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John M. Price
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John M. Price
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John M. Price

Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
artillery; camouflage; woodpecker; World War II

[A Slight Breeze] (Table of Contents: 148)

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Fritz Wilkinson
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Fritz Wilkinson
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Fritz Wilkinson

Genre
humor
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  • from Halt

[Fritz Wilkinson] (Table of Contents: 149)

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Fritz Wilkinson
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Short creator bio with a caricature of Fritz Wilkinson.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 150)

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Gene Carr
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Gene Carr
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Gene Carr
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I like the competition here.
Genre
humor
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  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 151)

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Lawrence Lariar
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Lawrence Lariar
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Lawrence Lariar
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Traveling incognito this afternoon, Mrs. Dibbs?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 152)

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John Jarvis
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John Jarvis
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John Jarvis
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now just imagine that the bottle is made of bullet-proof glass. Do you begin to see the possibilities?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
ship in a bottle; World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 153)

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Garrity
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Garrity
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Garrity
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Wilbur has to do that every once n a while to keep the St. Bernard happy.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
dog; St. Bernard

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 154)

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John Kaunus
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John Kaunus
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Nope. Just hair.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
sailor; tattoo

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 155)

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? [as Steinberg]
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? [as Steinberg]
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? [as Steinberg]
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Are you sure Hitler doesn't wear glasses?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
painting; racial stereotypes

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 156)

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John M. Price
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John M. Price
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John M. Price
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oh, he's a delightful child -- just don't let him get in back of you.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
daycare

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 157)

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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now don't you give me some shaving cream or $64 or something?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
courtroom; trial

Gene Carr (Table of Contents: 158)

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Short creator bio with a caricature of Gene Carr.

[Clothing for Army and Navy] (Table of Contents: 159)

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Gene Carr
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Gene Carr
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Gene Carr

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humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 160)

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Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
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Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
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Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Let's see, now -- What did you have, chili?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
diner

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 161)

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Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
We thought it was someone in costume until he refused a drink.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
costume party; gorilla

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 162)

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Charles Strauss
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Charles Strauss
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Charles Strauss
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
It's a new form of picketing
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 163)

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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Well, it's all set up, boss! Now all we gotta do is wait for the minor details!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
headline; newspaper

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 164)

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Fritz Wilkinson
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Fritz Wilkinson
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Fritz Wilkinson
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
We'd better move, dear; here comes a defense plant!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from American Magazine
Keywords
picnic

[Weight] (Table of Contents: 165)

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Herb Middlecamp
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Herb Middlecamp
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Herb Middlecamp

Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 166)

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Bo Brown
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Bo Brown
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Bo Brown
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
She claims she can make sounds like a spinster.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
radio show

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 167)

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Jeff Keate
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Jeff Keate
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Jeff Keate
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Stop worrying about me coming home from Jane's un-escorted...
Genre
humor
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  • from Collier's

Jeff Keate (Table of Contents: 168)

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Jeff Keate
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Short creator bio with a caricature of Jeff Keate.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 169)

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Merrylen Townsend
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Merrylen Townsend
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Merrylen Townsend
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
He's tall, dark and handsome -- And I'm surprised at YOU!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week
Keywords
crystal ball; fortune teller

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 170)

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Charles Strauss
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Charles Strauss
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Charles Strauss
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...And in the shadow of the goal posts, while the fleeting moments hastened the dramatic finish...
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
newspaper

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 171)

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Scott Brown
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Scott Brown
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Scott Brown
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I know that help was getting to be a problem around a place like this, but I never realized it would get THIS serious.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
cafeteria

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 172)

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Bandel Linn
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Bandel Linn
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Bandel Linn
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Don't you think it's about time we had the nursery redecorated?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 173)

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Kirk Stiles
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Kirk Stiles
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Kirk Stiles
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Wipe off the ketchup, Mac -- She'll never make a nurse!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 174)

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Adolph Schus
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Adolph Schus
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Adolph Schus
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Remember all the time we spent smashing through walls and knocking down houses and trees?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
desert; tank; World War II

[Luggage] (Table of Contents: 175)

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John Groth
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John Groth
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John Groth

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humor
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  • from Parade

[Warm Underwear] (Table of Contents: 176)

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Lawrence Lariar
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Lawrence Lariar
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Lawrence Lariar

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humor
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  • from This Week

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 177)

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Gregory D'Alessio
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Gregory D'Alessio
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Gregory D'Alessio
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I don't know who he took me for, but he dragged me out in the garden and kept plying me with military secrets!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 178)

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Frank Beaven
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Frank Beaven
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Frank Beaven
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
The cat fell in the stew, boss -- what'll we call it now?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Halt
Keywords
cook

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 179)

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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
The railroads are buying back all the rolling stock they can find!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from American Magazine
Keywords
railroad

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 180)

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Dave Gerard
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Dave Gerard
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Dave Gerard
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
He gave me a quarter to let him stay.
Genre
humor
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  • from Saturday Evening Post

Dave Gerard (Table of Contents: 181)

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Dave Gerard
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Short creator bio with a caricature of Dave Gerard.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 182)

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Ben Roth
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Ben Roth
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Ben Roth
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I think you deliberately let me oversleep this morning so you could have my cup of coffee!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
war rationing

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 183)

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Colin Allen
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Colin Allen
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Colin Allen
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I see a filing cabinet -- a clerk is reclassifying cards -- Tsk-tsk-tsk-tsk-tsk-tsk!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
fortune teller; tea leaves

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 184)

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George H. Green
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George H. Green
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George H. Green
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I fell -- and started rolling.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week
Keywords
skiing

[Kissing Booth] (Table of Contents: 185)

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George Wolfe
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George Wolfe
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George Wolfe

Genre
humor
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  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 186)

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Larry Reynolds
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Larry Reynolds
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Larry Reynolds
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Lady, will you gimme th' recipe for this delicious pie I found in your refrigerator?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
burglar

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 187)

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Vic Herman
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Vic Herman
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Vic Herman
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I didn't raise my girl to be a soldier: I brought her up to be my pride and joy.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[Hockey Fight] (Table of Contents: 188)

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Salo
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Salo
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Salo

Genre
humor
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  • from This Week
Keywords
hockey

[Maternity Ward] (Table of Contents: 189)

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Herb Middlecamp
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Herb Middlecamp
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Herb Middlecamp

Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 190)

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George Wolfe
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George Wolfe
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George Wolfe
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Isn't that J. P. Lamort, the Wolf of Wall Street?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Parade

Esteban Soriano (Table of Contents: 191)

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?
Pencils
Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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Indexer Notes

Short creator bio with a caricature of Gene Stanley, Esteban Soriano's pen name.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 192)

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Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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Gene Stanley
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Its a new gas with my wife's perfume as the base. It makes you stop fighting and just love everybody!!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 193)

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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Gee! I never thought I'd be going steady with a boy somewhere in North Africa!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 194)

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Larry Reynolds
Pencils
Larry Reynolds
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Larry Reynolds
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Hadn't we oughta remind him he's supposed to have his draft card with him at all times?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
pickpocket

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 195)

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Charles Strauss
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Charles Strauss
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Charles Strauss
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
As long as sonny is going to the Halloween festival, he might as well be dressed in character.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post

R. C. Dell (Table of Contents: 196)

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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
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Indexer Notes

Short creator bio with a caricature of R. C. Dell.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 197)

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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now about this word 'obey' --
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
wedding

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 198)

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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
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R. C. Dell
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
This is partly to settle a score with the darned mosquitoes in my Victory garden!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
blood donation; Red Cross

David Huffine (Table of Contents: 199)

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David Huffine
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David Huffine
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Indexer Notes

Short creator bio with a caricature of David Huffine.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 200)

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David Huffine
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David Huffine
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David Huffine
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Can you direct me to the books I shouldn't read?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week
Keywords
library

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 201)

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Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
Pencils
Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
Inks
Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Oh, he'll pour it right back. He just got lonesome for the bells.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
gas rationing; gas station

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 202)

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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
The Colonel requests you to drop it in quietly, piece by piece -- he's about to take a nap.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Yank

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 203)

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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I wish you'd cable your Mother to learn how to wrap taffy!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Yank

Lt. David Breger (Table of Contents: 204)

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?
Pencils
Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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Synopsis
Short creator bio with a caricature of Lt. David Breger.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 205)

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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
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Dave Breger
Letters
Dave Breger

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Strike Tuh!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Yank
Keywords
baseball

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 206)

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Burr Shafer
Pencils
Burr Shafer
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Burr Shafer
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I'm a bricklayer by trade, but I know a good deal about military subjects.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 207)

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Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
Pencils
Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
Inks
Chas Cartwright ? (credited as Cartwright)
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Doctor, there are some patients waiting.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 208)

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Hilda Terry
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Hilda Terry
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Hilda Terry
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
They were handed down to me by my sister when she got married.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 209)

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Gus Lundberg
Pencils
Gus Lundberg
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Gus Lundberg
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
That's funny. I, too, am a gunner's mate.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 210)

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Charles Allen
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Charles Allen
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Charles Allen
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Did we have a bear in our company, sir?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week

[Role Reversal] (Table of Contents: 211)

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Irving Phillips
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Irving Phillips
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Irving Phillips

Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 212)

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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Now, how is it i hold the net, dear?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
fishing

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 213)

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Reamer Keller
Pencils
Reamer Keller
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Reamer Keller
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Sorry, I must have put on my wife's overalls by mistake.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 214)

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Leo Garel
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Leo Garel
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Leo Garel
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
I hope this doesn't mean we're getting married, too!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week
Keywords
wedding

Herb Williams (Table of Contents: 215)

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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
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Synopsis
Short creator bio with a caricature of Herb Williams.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 216)

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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
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Herb Williams
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
We're all out of coal, madam, could I interest you in our new sideline?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 217)

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Burr Shafer
Pencils
Burr Shafer
Inks
Burr Shafer
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
I had another one of my spells this morning. Everything went black and I shook all over just like a leaf.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Saturday Evening Post
Keywords
barber

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 218)

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Reamer Keller
Pencils
Reamer Keller
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Reamer Keller
Letters
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You don't begrudge Mama a little bridge game, do you?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 219)

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Irving Phillips
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Irving Phillips
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Irving Phillips
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
We're having a little difficulty getting the Elite Trick and Novelty Company converted for War production.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's

[Army Induction Center] (Table of Contents: 220)

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Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff
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Henry Boltinoff

Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 221)

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Gus Lundberg
Pencils
Gus Lundberg
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Gus Lundberg
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
But are you SURE you've got the wrong number?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from This Week

John Jarvis (Table of Contents: 222)

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John Jarvis
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John Jarvis
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Synopsis
Short creator bio with a caricature of John Jarvis.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 223)

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John Jarvis
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John Jarvis
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John Jarvis
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Yours is far from being a simple task, Nogo. You're to find some excuse to negotiate with the United States for more scrap metals.
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 224)

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Larry Reynolds
Pencils
Larry Reynolds
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Larry Reynolds
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
Must you turn the thermostat down to 60 ever place we go?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Collier's
Keywords
burglar

Charles Platt (Table of Contents: 225)

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Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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Synopsis
Short creator bio with a caricature of Charles Platt.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 226)

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Charles Platt
Pencils
Charles Platt
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Charles Platt
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
It may be only a coincidence, folks, but have you noticed when I'm on leave, how bad the war news gets?
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from American Magazine

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 227)

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Chas Cartwright
Pencils
Chas Cartwright
Inks
Chas Cartwright
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
And if what I say isn't true, may I be struck dead this instant!
Genre
humor
Characters
Adolf Hitler
Reprints
  • from This Week
Keywords
World War II

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 228)

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Bandel Linn
Pencils
Bandel Linn
Inks
Bandel Linn
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First Line of Dialogue or Text
You know how it is -- with the shortage of help!
Genre
humor
Reprints
  • from Liberty
Keywords
one man band

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 229)

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? [as Allen]
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? [as Allen]
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? [as Allen]
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-- For the tenth time I'm telling you, lady -- I already got a wife.
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There goes our landing gear!
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I bought it from a service station that went out of business last month.
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Native American; Pueblo

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Listen, lady, when we say you got mice -- YOU GOT MICE.
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mice

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All I want to do is attract them enough so they'll let me play first base.
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perfume

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Can you think of any catch statements for the press in case we're heroes?
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World War II

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Apple polisher!
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World War II

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It's times like these when I wish I could count up to ten.
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parachute

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They are the Fuehrer's doubles -- He just lost ten pounds.
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World War II

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Remember when men used to annoy us on the beach?
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World War II

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How do you suppose they stay so slim?
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That's my ex-wife -- She must be telling him my weak points.
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boxing

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Remember, now -- Be vivacious!
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boxing

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The five dollars extra is fer the military wedding.
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I have to fill the tub twice. He soaks up the first tubful.
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I imagine your water bill is terrific.
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Her husband left her a year ago and she's not sure whether the army got him or not.
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I wish they'd stop assigning you ex-lawyers to us!
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ambulance; World War II

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Have patience, Mrs. Burr -- We'll find you the other shoe.
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World War II

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Well, that settles it! I'm going home and get my skates!
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tank

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Something will have to be done about that squeak in the door.
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I'm majoring in English, minoring in Art, and specializing in wedding.
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Then this cattle-rustler sneaks up behind the Lone Ranger and hits him with the butt of his revolver. There's a sickening thud -- about a low G sharp.
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orchestra

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Was that address 106 Deutches Platz, or 107?
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World War II

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Ain't you got your pants on backwards, sailor?
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World War II

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You realize, of course, Groggins, this is STRICTLY a military secret.
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World War II

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Say when.
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Would you like to make a deposit or a withdrawal?
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blood bank

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You mean they expect you back on time even in spring?
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Hang on, everybody! I promised to flatten the tin cans for the cafeteria in the basement this trip!
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elevator

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It must've been that Nazi you ate!
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  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. ["I've been trying for fifteen years to get my affairs in order and now my draft board expects me to do it in ten days."]
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
  4. 3. Foreward
  5. 4. [Stalingrad]
  6. 5. ["A penny for your thoughts!"]
  7. 6. ["I suppose in the global sense we ARE going forward."]
  8. 7. ["A hell of a looking Commando you are, Pringle."]
  9. 8. ["Something goes 'ping-ping' inside."]
  10. 9. ["Must be something wrong. Since 1940 he has been saying the egg is ready."]
  11. 10. Henry Boltinoff
  12. 11. ["Well, what do you want?"]
  13. 12. ["Looks like our engineers got here already."]
  14. 13. George Wolfe
  15. 14. [Teaneck 2 Gallons]
  16. 15. ["One more spitball from Shangri La and I'll call the principal!"]
  17. 16. ["It's for the Marines. Gosh, how I'd like to meet whichever one it fits!"]
  18. 17. ["How did Mickey Mouse do it in the Training film?"]
  19. 18. ["He likes to refer to it as his rear gun turrent!"]
  20. 19. ["Just look what six months in the chorus of 'This Is The Army' has done to them!"]
  21. 20. [Auto Trips]
  22. 21. Vic Herman
  23. 22. ["When they reject you, they reject you!"]
  24. 23. ["We're married, Daddy, but Albert is allowing me to live with you and Mother for the duration."]
  25. 24. [Bug Spray]
  26. 25. ["As a matter of fact I've been looking for someone like you for myself."]
  27. 26. [Hunting Dog]
  28. 27. ["He swore he had a pedigree a mile long, and I, like a fool, believed him!"]
  29. 28. [Two Goats]
  30. 29. Edward Nofziger
  31. 30. ["My sister Helen said to entertain you. Want a hug?"]
  32. 31. ["I admit you're the boss at home, darling, but here I am the foreman!"]
  33. 32. ["Boy, have I got DEPENDENTS!"]
  34. 33. ["He said, what about the guy you were engaged to last week?"]
  35. 34. ["Great Scott -- I'm drafted!"]
  36. 35. ["If that's Herman, tell him I'm not at home -- but don't sound too convincing!"]
  37. 36. ["I don't know who they are. It started as I was waiting to use a phone."]
  38. 37. ["She's found out that a monkey wrench will stop monkeying."]
  39. 38. ["Wilbur -- Come on down. It's one of the boys from your camp."]
  40. 39. ["So far he's got Henry Kaiser licked by four hours."]
  41. 40. ["Splice the main brace -- eh?"]
  42. 41. ["We calls him Furlogh."]
  43. 42. ["Mr. Nelson will see you now."]
  44. 43. ["All I said was 'Where does one turn in excess gas ration coupons'?"]
  45. 44. Reamer Keller
  46. 45. ["I hope someone else's daughter is being as nice to our son."]
  47. 46. ["Aren't you the one on the gas rationing board who gave me an 'A' card?"]
  48. 47. ["Don't get polite with me!"]
  49. 48. ["Will you marry me? I won't be much of a bother. I'm in 1A."]
  50. 49. ["Membership cards. We want to avoid any trouble with the Musicians' Union!"]
  51. 50. Adolph Schus
  52. 51. ["Which ocean? -- Atlantic or Pacific?"]
  53. 52. ["Of course the Messerschmitt Me-109F has a high ceiling..."]
  54. 53. [Situation Wanted Male]
  55. 54. Mischa Richter
  56. 55. ["Helen's appealing to the ration board for special consideration."]
  57. 56. [Eat at Mikes]
  58. 57. Kirk Stiles
  59. 58. ["Miss Lenko! -- I smell coffee on your breath!"]
  60. 59. ["I was just cleaning my bow and arrow!"]
  61. 60. ["But he didn't specifically list skirt blowing as a non-essential job."]
  62. 61. ["Really, Miss Beach, I don't think it will interest our clientele at all!"]
  63. 62. [Baseball Argument]
  64. 63. Gregory D'Alessio
  65. 64. [Marching in the Rain]
  66. 65. ["Boy, that's a relief! It was only our daughter eloping. At first I thought it was the cook!"]
  67. 66. ["Good Heavens! What do you suppose I said!"]
  68. 67. ["I see they're starting the compulsory savings plan."]
  69. 68. [""A mighty staunch edifice -- A monument to our super race""]
  70. 69. [Driving School]
  71. 70. ["The second one from the left in the fifth row -- that's me!"]
  72. 71. ["Of course not all Japs are as big as Shaw, here."]
  73. 72. ["Recognize yourself, baby?"]
  74. 73. ["Here's a door mat your husband just can't resist using!"]
  75. 74. ["But I LIKE bones! At home, I ate one every day!"]
  76. 75. ["Hello, Joe, I hope you didn't get tired waiting."]
  77. 76. Al Ross
  78. 77. ["Has Mr. MacGregor been here today?"]
  79. 78. ["You say he's from the Censorship Office?"]
  80. 79. ["Company -- DISMISSED!!"]
  81. 80. ["Well, well, come right in. It certainly is good to see something besides khaki for a change."]
  82. 81. ["I got rheumatism!"]
  83. 82. ["I had a water line painted -- Now I know how much I can eat!!"]
  84. 83. ["I don't care if I AM a lovebird -- I hate you, I hate you, I hate you!"]
  85. 84. Eric Ericson
  86. 85. ["When we get back, we better stick to the story that there are always five women to every man on a ship!"]
  87. 86. ["Not EVEN when they look at you like THAT?"]
  88. 87. ["Come on outside and call me that, Bud!"]
  89. 88. ["I heard so much about it that I saw it six times. Frankly, I was disappointed."]
  90. 89. ["I wish you'd decide on something, Butch. My feet are killing me."]
  91. 90. [Watch Your Hat, Coat and Girl Friend]
  92. 91. ["Do you REALLY and TRULY think it looks nice, or are you just saying that to shut me up?"]
  93. 92. ["I understand that back in Roman days they tossed one in once in a while."]
  94. 93. ["I don't see, Wilthington, how you can be so concerned about the war, while we are all being threatened by the possibility of a fourth term!"]
  95. 94. ["They say the other girl took it pretty hard."]
  96. 95. George Shellhase
  97. 96. ["Wait a minute, Harry -- Hold the onion."]
  98. 97. Ted Key
  99. 98. [Dreams]
  100. 99. ["A Mr. Harmon -- or Marmon -- called and said..."]
  101. 100. ["HE'S what I call a gentleman!"]
  102. 101. ["That LAST one you dropped happened to be our coffee."]
  103. 102. Bandel Linn
  104. 103. ["Not so fast there, Slattery! During March I got jelly beans ten-for-a-penny!"]
  105. 104. ["This broadcast does not necessarily constitute an endorsement of our product by the war department."]
  106. 105. [Guard Duty]
  107. 106. Leo Garel
  108. 107. ["Just let me know when it gets excruciating."]
  109. 108. ["Aren't those heels a little high for you, dear?"]
  110. 109. ["Whoa!"]
  111. 110. ["Well, Junior, have you been thinking about what you'd like to give daddy on his birthday?"]
  112. 111. ["I'm sure it will be all right, I want it sent by V-mail."]
  113. 112. ["A journey, and then you meet a tall, dark, and handsome man. Then -- oh, this is very unusual -- He hasn't a cent of money."]
  114. 113. Frank Beaven
  115. 114. ["The boys want me to come over for a little while -- the bachelor party is still going strong."]
  116. 115. ["That's the way he acts every time I bring in another batch of orders."]
  117. 116. ["Was I embarrassed! I thought he was Uncle Henry and I went over to say hello."]
  118. 117. ["Nothing, thanks! I'm on the wagon and I just came in to test myself!"]
  119. 118. Bo Brown
  120. 119. ["I'm not sure, but I think he's on his way downtown to pay his income tax."]
  121. 120. Hilda Terry
  122. 121. ["Does it sound broken?"]
  123. 122. ["I want a bag this size."]
  124. 123. ["Friends of the family? Oh, no sir -- we were just passing by."]
  125. 124. ["If you must eat peanut brittle, Madam, please wait till the battle scene!"]
  126. 125. ["Better stop, dear, that red flashing signal means a train is going by!"]
  127. 126. ["He's leaving or the Army tomorrow!"]
  128. 127. ["Please tell your daughter it's time for bed -- She won't let me go home."]
  129. 128. [The Statue]
  130. 129. Gustav Lundberg
  131. 130. ["Mrs. Jones, when I said 'How are you' I meant it only as a greeting."]
  132. 131. ["Oh yes, NOW I see the diamond!"]
  133. 132. ["Don't you have a dog that will just lie by the hearth, and perhaps wag his tail when he sees me?"]
  134. 133. ["Hi, folks! I've been transferred to a commando unit."]
  135. 134. ["My, what a pleasant surprise! Look, dear, the Gilberts!"]
  136. 135. Irving Roir
  137. 136. ["Who's the girl this spring, Harold?"]
  138. 137. ["I hope you all won't mind if dinner is a little late."]
  139. 138. ["You'd hardly know my Tommy. he's about that tall now."]
  140. 139. ["Hard to get help these days, you know."]
  141. 140. ["The pressure on Haskins is frightful. This is his last golf ball."]
  142. 141. [Victory Garden]
  143. 142. ["Alvin writes he's raising a beard and I want to see if it's becoming."]
  144. 143. ["...and that's our department for filling out government reports."]
  145. 144. ["What were you and that other sailor flipping the coin for when I came along?"]
  146. 145. ["I don't feel half so self-conscious since you gave me this job. Everybody thinks I'm on stilts!"]
  147. 146. ["Have you a book on 'What Every Boy Should Know'? I want to cram for a man-to-man talk with Junior!"]
  148. 147. [Woodpecker]
  149. 148. [A Slight Breeze]
  150. 149. [Fritz Wilkinson]
  151. 150. ["I like the competition here."]
  152. 151. ["Traveling incognito this afternoon, Mrs. Dibbs?"]
  153. 152. ["Now just imagine that the bottle is made of bullet-proof glass. Do you begin to see the possibilities?"]
  154. 153. ["Wilbur has to do that every once n a while to keep the St. Bernard happy."]
  155. 154. ["Nope. Just hair."]
  156. 155. ["Are you sure Hitler doesn't wear glasses?"]
  157. 156. ["Oh, he's a delightful child -- just don't let him get in back of you."]
  158. 157. ["Now don't you give me some shaving cream or $64 or something?"]
  159. 158. Gene Carr
  160. 159. [Clothing for Army and Navy]
  161. 160. ["Let's see, now -- What did you have, chili?"]
  162. 161. ["We thought it was someone in costume until he refused a drink."]
  163. 162. ["It's a new form of picketing"]
  164. 163. ["Well, it's all set up, boss! Now all we gotta do is wait for the minor details!"]
  165. 164. ["We'd better move, dear; here comes a defense plant!"]
  166. 165. [Weight]
  167. 166. ["She claims she can make sounds like a spinster."]
  168. 167. ["Stop worrying about me coming home from Jane's un-escorted..."]
  169. 168. Jeff Keate
  170. 169. ["He's tall, dark and handsome -- And I'm surprised at YOU!"]
  171. 170. ["...And in the shadow of the goal posts, while the fleeting moments hastened the dramatic finish..."]
  172. 171. ["I know that help was getting to be a problem around a place like this, but I never realized it would get THIS serious."]
  173. 172. ["Don't you think it's about time we had the nursery redecorated?"]
  174. 173. ["Wipe off the ketchup, Mac -- She'll never make a nurse!"]
  175. 174. ["Remember all the time we spent smashing through walls and knocking down houses and trees?"]
  176. 175. [Luggage]
  177. 176. [Warm Underwear]
  178. 177. ["I don't know who he took me for, but he dragged me out in the garden and kept plying me with military secrets!"]
  179. 178. ["The cat fell in the stew, boss -- what'll we call it now?"]
  180. 179. ["The railroads are buying back all the rolling stock they can find!"]
  181. 180. ["He gave me a quarter to let him stay."]
  182. 181. Dave Gerard
  183. 182. ["I think you deliberately let me oversleep this morning so you could have my cup of coffee!"]
  184. 183. ["I see a filing cabinet -- a clerk is reclassifying cards -- Tsk-tsk-tsk-tsk-tsk-tsk!"]
  185. 184. ["I fell -- and started rolling."]
  186. 185. [Kissing Booth]
  187. 186. ["Lady, will you gimme th' recipe for this delicious pie I found in your refrigerator?"]
  188. 187. ["I didn't raise my girl to be a soldier: I brought her up to be my pride and joy."]
  189. 188. [Hockey Fight]
  190. 189. [Maternity Ward]
  191. 190. ["Isn't that J. P. Lamort, the Wolf of Wall Street?"]
  192. 191. Esteban Soriano
  193. 192. ["Its a new gas with my wife's perfume as the base. It makes you stop fighting and just love everybody!!"]
  194. 193. ["Gee! I never thought I'd be going steady with a boy somewhere in North Africa!"]
  195. 194. ["Hadn't we oughta remind him he's supposed to have his draft card with him at all times?"]
  196. 195. ["As long as sonny is going to the Halloween festival, he might as well be dressed in character."]
  197. 196. R. C. Dell
  198. 197. ["Now about this word 'obey' --"]
  199. 198. ["This is partly to settle a score with the darned mosquitoes in my Victory garden!"]
  200. 199. David Huffine
  201. 200. ["Can you direct me to the books I shouldn't read?"]
  202. 201. ["Oh, he'll pour it right back. He just got lonesome for the bells."]
  203. 202. ["The Colonel requests you to drop it in quietly, piece by piece -- he's about to take a nap."]
  204. 203. ["I wish you'd cable your Mother to learn how to wrap taffy!"]
  205. 204. Lt. David Breger
  206. 205. ["Strike Tuh!"]
  207. 206. ["I'm a bricklayer by trade, but I know a good deal about military subjects."]
  208. 207. ["Doctor, there are some patients waiting."]
  209. 208. ["They were handed down to me by my sister when she got married."]
  210. 209. ["That's funny. I, too, am a gunner's mate."]
  211. 210. ["Did we have a bear in our company, sir?"]
  212. 211. [Role Reversal]
  213. 212. ["Now, how is it i hold the net, dear?"]
  214. 213. ["Sorry, I must have put on my wife's overalls by mistake."]
  215. 214. ["I hope this doesn't mean we're getting married, too!"]
  216. 215. Herb Williams
  217. 216. ["We're all out of coal, madam, could I interest you in our new sideline?"]
  218. 217. ["I had another one of my spells this morning. Everything went black and I shook all over just like a leaf."]
  219. 218. ["You don't begrudge Mama a little bridge game, do you?"]
  220. 219. ["We're having a little difficulty getting the Elite Trick and Novelty Company converted for War production."]
  221. 220. [Army Induction Center]
  222. 221. ["But are you SURE you've got the wrong number?"]
  223. 222. John Jarvis
  224. 223. ["Yours is far from being a simple task, Nogo. You're to find some excuse to negotiate with the United States for more scrap metals."]
  225. 224. ["Must you turn the thermostat down to 60 ever place we go?"]
  226. 225. Charles Platt
  227. 226. ["It may be only a coincidence, folks, but have you noticed when I'm on leave, how bad the war news gets?"]
  228. 227. ["And if what I say isn't true, may I be struck dead this instant!"]
  229. 228. ["You know how it is -- with the shortage of help!"]
  230. 229. ["-- For the tenth time I'm telling you, lady -- I already got a wife."]
  231. 230. Ben Roth
  232. 231. ["There goes our landing gear!"]
  233. 232. ["I bought it from a service station that went out of business last month."]
  234. 233. ["Listen, lady, when we say you got mice -- YOU GOT MICE."]
  235. 234. Colin Allen
  236. 235. ["All I want to do is attract them enough so they'll let me play first base."]
  237. 236. ["Can you think of any catch statements for the press in case we're heroes?"]
  238. 237. Virgil Partch
  239. 238. ["Apple polisher!"]
  240. 239. John Groth
  241. 240. ["It's times like these when I wish I could count up to ten."]
  242. 241. ["They are the Fuehrer's doubles -- He just lost ten pounds."]
  243. 242. ["Remember when men used to annoy us on the beach?"]
  244. 243. ["There's nothing to it -- just keep saying oui."]
  245. 244. [Food Delivery]
  246. 245. ["How do you suppose they stay so slim?"]
  247. 246. ["That's my ex-wife -- She must be telling him my weak points."]
  248. 247. [Head Room]
  249. 248. ["Remember, now -- Be vivacious!"]
  250. 249. ["The five dollars extra is fer the military wedding."]
  251. 250. ["I have to fill the tub twice. He soaks up the first tubful."]
  252. 251. ["I imagine your water bill is terrific."]
  253. 252. ["Her husband left her a year ago and she's not sure whether the army got him or not."]
  254. 253. ["I wish they'd stop assigning you ex-lawyers to us!"]
  255. 254. Jack Markow
  256. 255. ["Have patience, Mrs. Burr -- We'll find you the other shoe."]
  257. 256. [No Taxis]
  258. 257. [Sick Duty]
  259. 258. ["Well, that settles it! I'm going home and get my skates!"]
  260. 259. ["Something will have to be done about that squeak in the door."]
  261. 260. ["I'm majoring in English, minoring in Art, and specializing in wedding."]
  262. 261. ["Then this cattle-rustler sneaks up behind the Lone Ranger and hits him with the butt of his revolver. There's a sickening thud -- about a low G sharp."]
  263. 262. ["Was that address 106 Deutches Platz, or 107?"]
  264. 263. [The German General]
  265. 264. ["Ain't you got your pants on backwards, sailor?"]
  266. 265. ["You realize, of course, Groggins, this is STRICTLY a military secret."]
  267. 266. ["Say when."]
  268. 267. ["Would you like to make a deposit or a withdrawal?"]
  269. 268. ["You mean they expect you back on time even in spring?"]
  270. 269. ["Hang on, everybody! I promised to flatten the tin cans for the cafeteria in the basement this trip!"]
  271. 270. Scott Brown
  272. 271. ["It must've been that Nazi you ate!"]
  273. 272. [Whoa]
  274. 273. Acknowledgements
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