Well, here’s Myrtle from 9-2 to 9-6-1947. 9-1 is missing and didn’t turn up in the Newspaper Archive files. Bingo’s door opening skills are really put to the test in the 9-4, and Myrtle and her Dad switch clothes in the 9-6. Next time, we re-join the clipped run of the strip, hopefully there won’t be any missing ones. Krazy Kat this time is from 12-8 to 12-13-41. Continuity this week mainly features Offissa Pupp’s ability to balance Ignatz’s brick on the end of his club. You’ll notice that I doubled up on the 12-8, since the KFS copy was creased, making the third panel rather hard to read. I also inserted the 12-11 from Newspaper Archive files, so it isn’t quite as sharp as the rest of the strips. Felix is from 4-11 to 4-16-49 this time, all from a clipped run. Moocher and Felix go in to the detective business in the 4-14, but only mistake innocent citizens for crooks. In anticipation of Yowp’s post next month, here are the Yogi Sundays from August, 1963, clipped from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The 8-25 is my favorite of this batch, as Boo-Boo’s tooth is no match for the rear axle and differential of a full size Acme truck! Yowp will have the half-page versions of these strips coming soon. Give that old dog a visit. In the upcoming month, I will do a brief essay on retirement and other topics of interest to inveterate cartoonists.