Tuesday, May 5, 1992

Too wierd for small town Iowa

Have you heard the one about the Art Major and the Farmer's Daughter?
The summer we got married was our town's Centennial and we both worked for the local newspaper, the Charter Oak-Ute NEWSpaper. Somehow, I talked the Publishers into running some of my cartoons for the next couple of years. I don't know when any of these actually ran, and in fact a couple of them may have ran in the college newspaper too, or instead. So I guessed the year and labeled this post on National Cartoonist Day of that year (May 5). Although, hay bales are usually something you see later in the summer and in the fall. Two of my best friends bought the original of the Elvis one at my Senior show and had it hanging in their basement for years. That was really sweet of them. Somebody make me famous so that it will be worth something for them. Thanks.

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