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[STORY] Vic Herman / 0.25 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["When they reject you, they reject you!"] / 0.25 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["This broadcast does not necessarily constitute an endorsement of our product by the war department."] / 0.4 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["What were you and that other sailor flipping the coin for when I came along?"] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["I didn't raise my girl to be a soldier: I brought her up to be my pride and joy."] / 0.5 pages (from US Best Cartoons of the Year (Crown Publishers, 1942 ? series) #1943 (1943))
[STORY] ["Daddy - baby wants a Marine!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #1 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["Drafted Custer's Last Stand!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #1 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["We have a system at our house."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #1 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["He waited until I left the room."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #1 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["He isn't a stuffed shirt after all!"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #1 (February 1944))
[STORY] ["Isn't it swell of Charlie to pool his car with us?"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #1 (February 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Tops Comics (Consolidated Book Publishers, 1944 series) #2001 (1944))
[STORY] ["Er, - I hardly know where to begin!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#3 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["I don't care much for the food here…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#3 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["This doctor shortage is getting terrible!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#3 (March 1944))
[STORY] ["We'd like to have you at our next First Aid class."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#3 (March 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Tops Comics (Consolidated Book Publishers, 1944 series) #2002 (1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 1 page (from US Judge (Judge, 1881 series) #2766 (May 1944))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / 31 pages (from US Tops Comics (Consolidated Book Publishers, 1944 series) #2004 (1944))
[STORY] ["I know, Henry, but what have you we got to lose?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] [Ship Christening Goes Wrong] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v3#6 [November] (November 1944))
[STORY] [Female Soldiers on Review] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#1 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["Let her down a couple of feet, so we can rinse the soap off."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#1 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["My boyfriend hasn't written me any letters."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#1 (January 1945))
[STORY] ["I'd like to see something glamorous in stockings."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Yeah, Jonesy dug her up in Egypt last campaign."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Johnnie, why don't you wear your initials…"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#2 (March 1945))
[STORY] ["Gee, it's swell to get away from it all."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#3 (May 24, 1945))
[STORY] ["It's privates for me - from now on."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#3 (May 24, 1945))
[STORY] ["Magazines? Fun Parade? Buddies? Grins? Jokes?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#3 (May 24, 1945))
[STORY] ["And this is the late Mrs. Featherstone."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #6 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] ["Do you think your husband would mind if I saw you home?"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #6 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] ["This one comes complete with a gun, knife..."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #6 (Summer 1945))
[STORY] ["Yeah, I know, Bud."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["We're not joking, sir..."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["You see? That's the kind of guy I am!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["Gee, it sure is nice of your dad to spend the evening with us!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#4 (July 5, 1945))
[STORY] ["See what I mean?"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #7 (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["A kiss with every $100 war bond"] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #7 (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["Oh... hello dear."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #7 (Fall 1945))
[STORY] ["Isn't it wonderful?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#6 (November 15, 1945))
[STORY] ["Mother!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#6 (November 15, 1945))
[STORY] ["Sure his business is good."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #8 (December 31, 1945))
[STORY] ["He says he's going back without the suit."] / 1 page (from US Army & Navy Grins (Harvey, 1944 series) #8 (December 31, 1945))
[STORY] ["Simms is collecting pin-ups for a post-war idea he's got."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#7 (January 30, 1946))
[STORY] ["That's Brockford."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#7 (January 30, 1946))
[STORY] ["Do you suppose the judge was a little mixed up?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#9 (August-September 1946))
[STORY] ["That sailor who phoned is outside."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #v4#9 (August-September 1946))
[STORY] Cartoon Laughs / 2 pages (from US Joe Palooka Comics (Harvey, 1945 series) #6 (October-November 1946))
[STORY] ["Don't you think he's clever? He throws the bones to the guests."] / 0.75 pages (from US Gayety (Marvel, 1943 series) #3 (1947))
[STORY] ["I don't think she'll be bothering us at mealtimes for awhile."] / Cartoon Laughs / 2 pages (from US All-New Comics (Harvey, 1943 series) #14 (January-February 1947))
[STORY] ["Help! Help! Do something, Hector!"] / Hector / 6 pages (from US Calling All Boys (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #10 (March 1947))
[STORY] A Blind Date / A Date With Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #4 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["Times sure have changed, and so have swim suits."] / When Mother Was 16 / 5 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #4 (March 1947))
[STORY] ["It's a pleasure to go for a ride..."] / Hector / 5 pages (from US Calling All Boys (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #11 (May 1947))
[STORY] ["Twinkle is wondering what is going on among his Earth friends..."] / Twinkle The Star That Came Down from Heaven / 6 pages (from US Calling All Kids (Parents' Magazine Press, 1945 series) #9 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Usually a newspaper reporter goes out to find news..."] / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #6 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Bye, Mom! Bye, Daddy!"] / When Mother Was 16 / 5 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #6 (June 1947))
[STORY] ["Romeo! Romeo! Wherefore art thou, Romeo?"] / Hector / 5 pages (from US Calling All Boys (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #12 (July 1947))
[STORY] A Date on Broadway / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #7 (July 1947))
[STORY] Jingle Shells / Polly Pigtails / 2 pages (from US Polly Pigtails (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #19 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["Somebody lent Dirinda a copy of 'The Pioneer Life'..."] / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #8 (August 1947))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Dollar Pullers / 1 page (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #8 (August 1947))
[STORY] ["Look, fellas! Here's how old Hybarr does it."] / Hector / 5 pages (from US Calling All Boys (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #13 (September 1947))
[STORY] Tizzie Goes Shopping / Tizzie / 4 pages (from US Polly Pigtails (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #20 (September 1947))
[STORY] A Date at a Dude Ranch / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #9 (September 1947))
[STORY] Twinkle Helps on Halloween / Twinkle / 5 pages (from US Calling All Kids (Parents' Magazine Press, 1945 series) #13 (October 1947))
[STORY] ["I'm engaged at present, but I'll add you to my list."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #35 (Fall 1947))
[STORY] ["Miss La Vogue says she won't strip unless she has torchy music, doctor."] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #35 (Fall 1947))
[STORY] ["But officer... do you want to spoil my whole day?"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #35 (Fall 1947))
[STORY] ["The winner and still champeen... Killer McSnerd!"] / 1 page (from US Hello Buddies (Harvey, 1942 series) #35 (Fall 1947))
[STORY] ["Things certainly have changed since the days when mother was sixteen."] / When Mother Was 16 / 4 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #10 (October 1947))
[STORY] A Date at the Derby / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #10 (October 1947))
[STORY] Hector Goes Golfing / Hector / 4 pages (from US Calling All Boys (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #14 (November 1947))
[STORY] When Mom's Away / 6 pages (from US Calling All Kids (Parents' Magazine Press, 1945 series) #14 (November 1947))
[STORY] Billy Rings the Bell / Billy Fairfield's Cartoons of His Own Misadventures / 4 pages (from US Jack Armstrong (Parents' Magazine Press, 1947 series) #1 (November 1947))
[STORY] Polly's Pilgrimage / Runaway Rescue / Polly Pigtails / 1 page (from US Polly Pigtails (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #22 (November 1947))
[STORY] Polly's Pilgrimage / Polly Pigtails / 2 pages (from US Polly Pigtails (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #22 (November 1947))
[STORY] A Date at the Goal Post / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #11 (November 1947))
[STORY] Pop and Junior Go Shopping / Pop and Junior / 2 pages (from US Calling All Kids (Parents' Magazine Press, 1945 series) #15 (December 1947))
[STORY] Billy's Big Blow-Out! / Billy Fairfield's Cartoons of His Own Misadventures / 5 pages (from US Jack Armstrong (Parents' Magazine Press, 1947 series) #2 (December 1947))
[STORY] On a Picnic / Winnie the Waitress / 2 pages (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Kiddie Korner / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Sweet and Lovely / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Domes-Tickles / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Throwing the Bull / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Date Bait / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] In the Gym! / Winnie the Waitress / 2 pages (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Joke Parade / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Move It Over / 1 page (from US Fun Parade (Harvey, 1948 series) (1948))
[STORY] ["This is the Night Before Christmas..."] / Hector / 5 pages (from US Calling All Boys (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #15 (January 1948))
[STORY] Twinkle Hunts a Dragon / Twinkle / 5 pages (from US Calling All Kids (Parents' Magazine Press, 1945 series) #16 (January 1948))
[STORY] Pop and Junior Sail on a Sled / Pop and Junior / 4 pages (from US Calling All Kids (Parents' Magazine Press, 1945 series) #16 (January 1948))
[STORY] Billy Goes Baby Sitting / Billy Fairfield / 5 pages (from US Jack Armstrong (Parents' Magazine Press, 1947 series) #3 (January 1948))
[STORY] The Snow Princess / Tizzie / 4 pages (from US Polly Pigtails (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #24 (January 1948))
[STORY] ["...Signing off, W8XZY, and don't forget to send your QSL card."] / Dirinda / 6 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #13 (January 1948))
[STORY] The Bird Brain / 3 pages (from US Sweet Sixteen (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #13 (January 1948))
[STORY] Cartoon Laughs at the Ringside / 1 page (from US Joe Palooka Comics (Harvey, 1945 series) #16 (January 1948))
[STORY] Billy's Scavenger Hunt / Billy Fairfield's Cartoons of His Comical Adventures / 5 pages (from US Jack Armstrong (Parents' Magazine Press, 1947 series) #4 (February 1948))
[STORY] [no title indexed] / Tizzie / 1 page (from US Polly Pigtails (Parents' Magazine Press, 1946 series) #25 (February 1948))

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