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Displaying 1 to 32 of 32 results matching your search for '"Ed Dahlin"'.
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[STORY] ["We didn't expect you folks until tomorrow."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#12 (September 22, 1956))
[STORY] ["That's for Walter's insomnia."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#19 (November 10, 1956))
[STORY] ["He deliberately tries to catch colds."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#20 (November 17, 1956))
[STORY] ["They say he's quite wealthy."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#42 (April 20, 1957))
[STORY] ["Idle Acres"] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v229#43 (April 27, 1957))
[STORY] ["Where did you get this clown?"] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#17 (October 26, 1957))
[STORY] ["It's working!"] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#35 (March 1, 1958))
[STORY] ["I'm resigning my teaching job to accept a better-paying position."] / 0.33 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v230#37 (March 15, 1958))
[STORY] ["I'm home early because I pinned the tail on Mr. Johnson by mistake."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v231#37 (March 14, 1959))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 0.5 pages (from US The Other Woman (Dell, 1959 series) #A178 (April 1959))
[STORY] ["Out of 2000 people I was the only one to get a raise! I guess that's one of the little advantages of owning the company."] / 0.25 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#24 (December 12, 1959))
[STORY] ["There's a certain intrinsic satisfaction in being a $200,000-a-year man."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#37 (March 12, 1960))
[STORY] ["Do I have to salute anyone?"] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v77#4 (April 1960))
[STORY] ["I wonder how this will affect our corporate image?"] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v232#52 (June 25, 1960))
[STORY] ["I don't care what it is, please close the drapes!"] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v77#12 (December 1960))
[STORY] ["I'm going to feel silly getting a bachelor's degree."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#19 (May 13, 1961))
[STORY] ["Don't clap, or you'll send it into extra innings."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#31 (August 5, 1961))
[STORY] ["Very funny."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#48 (December 2, 1961))
[STORY] ["I guess we might as well face it, Betty, it's time we both got glasses."] / 0.25 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#48 (December 2, 1961))
[STORY] ["George takes all the necessary precautions."] / 0.5 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#49 (December 9, 1961))
[STORY] ["'Tis the season to be jolly, tra-la-la-la-la...."] / 0.2 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v234#50 (December 16, 1961))
[STORY] ["Well, if you're not breaking up your cold germs, at least you're showing them a good time."] / 0.15 pages (from US McCall's (McCall Corporation, 1897 series) #v89#7 (April 1962))
[STORY] ["I don't dare come the first time she calls."] / 0.17 pages (from US McCall's (McCall Corporation, 1897 series) #v89#11 (August 1962))
[STORY] ["Have you seen my spray can of blue paint?"] / 0.15 pages (from US The Saturday Evening Post (Curtis Publishing Company, 1897 series) #v235#45 (December 15, 1962))
[STORY] ["They say everything he touches turns to alimony!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Comedy (Marvel, 1951 ? series) #[69] (January 1963))
[STORY] ["There's a certain intrinsic satisfaction in being a $200,000-a-year man."] / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] ["I'm resigning my teaching job to accept a better-paying position."] / 1 page (from US The Nine to Fivers (Popular Library, 1964 series) #SP276 (May 1964))
[STORY] Contents / 1 page (from US Cracked (Major Publications, 1958 series) #47 (November 1965))
[STORY] ["I think I'll go shopping for a couple of innings."] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v83#2 (February 1966))
[STORY] ["Martha, I'm beginning to worry about you..."] / 0.2 pages (from US Ladies' Home Journal (Curtis Publishing Company, 1883 series) #v83#6 (June 1966))
[STORY] ["Here's one especially designed for the man who has..."] / 0.25 pages (from US Fun House (Marvel, 1977 ? series) #v20#7 (February 1979))
[STORY] ["I like to think we're all put on Earth for some good..."] / 0.2 pages (from US Fun House (Marvel, 1977 ? series) #v20#7 (February 1979))

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