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Out on a Limb.
   "Battlefront Water Boy!" 6 p. in Our Fighting Forces, no. 4
   (Apr./May 1955). -- Begins: "This is a forest in France,
   and in one of the trees, a G.I. is out on a limb." -- Call
   no.: PN6728.2.N3 O87no.4
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Out on a Limb
   The Blank in the Comics strip collection includes a file of
   one or more daily comic strips related to this keyword or
   topic. Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
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Out on a Limb.
   Hagar the Horrible : Out on a Limb / by Dik Browne. -- New
   York : T. Doherty Associates, 1986. -- 125 p. : ill. ; 18
   cm.
   I. Browne, Dik. II. Out on a Limb. Call no.: PN6728.H3O8
   1986
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"Out on a Limb."
   Spider-Man : Round Robin, the Sidekick's Revenge / Al
   Milgrom, writer ; Mark Bagley, penciler ; Randy Emberlin,
   inker ; Joe Rosen, letterer ; Bob Sharen, colorist ; Danny
   Fingeroth, original series editor and group editor ; Mark
   Powers, reprint editor ; Tom DeFalco, editor in chief. --
   New York : Marvel Comics, 1994. -- 1 v. : col. ill. ; 26
   cm. -- Originally published in magazine form as Amazing
   Spider-Man no. 353-358. -- Contents: "When Midnight
   Strikes"; "Wilde at Heart" ; "Total Eclipse of the
   Moon...Knight" ; "After Midnight" ; "A Bagel with Nova" ;
   "Out on a Limb." -- Call no.: PN6728.A5M5 1994
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Out on a Limb (Mar./Apr. 2009)
   "Funny Weird"* (Out on a Limb) / by Gary Kopervas. p. 24 in
   Flint Comix & Entertainment, no. 1 (Mar.-Apr. 2009). --
   Date of original printing not given. -- Summary: Talking
   babies. -- Call no.: PN6700.F55no.1
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Out on a Limb (Mar./Apr. 2009)
   "Grammar Problem on the Tough Part of Town" (Out on a Limb)
   / by Gary Kopervas. p. 7 in Flint Comix & Entertainment,
   no. 1 (Mar.-Apr. 2009). -- Date of original printing not
   given. -- Summary: Is it 'Up the Wazoo' or 'Out the
   wazoo.'? -- Call no.: PN6700.F55no.1
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Out on a Limb (Mar./Apr. 2009)
   "I'm Saving Up for a Tattoo" (Out on a Limb) / by Gary
   Kopervas. p. 9 in Flint Comix & Entertainment, no. 1
   (Mar.-Apr. 2009). -- Date of original printing not given.--
   Summary: A little girl explains her lemonade stand. -- Call
   no.: PN6700.F55no.1
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Out on a Limb (Mar./Apr. 2009)
   "Still in the Stall"* (Out on a Limb) / by Gary Kopervas.
   p. 22 in Flint Comix & Entertainment, no. 1 (Mar.-Apr.
   2009). -- Date of original printing not given. -- Summary:
   All the racehorses but one are at the gate. -- Call no.:
   PN6700.F55no.1
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Out on a Limb (Dec. 13, 2010)
   "Just Off the Coast of New Zealand, Mt. Utley is Known to
   Spew Obscenities"* (Out on a Limb, Dec. 13, 2010) / by Gary
   Kopervas. -- (Oddities in Nature) -- Strip is copyrighted
   2009. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "volcanos"
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Out on a Limbo : the first in a series of Mascaraman
   anthologies, including a reprint of his origin and 3 new
   tales. --  Mayfield Hts., Ohio : Biff Bastard, 1990. -- 22
   p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Self-published new wave superhero
   comic. -- Call no.: PN6728.55.B34 O8 1990
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Out on a Loon.
   "Ralph Snart Has Escaped!" (Ralph Snart) / Marc Hansen. 20
   p. (color) in Ralph Snart Adventures, v. 3, no. 10 (July
   1989) -- Cover title: "Out on a Loon."
   I. Hansen, Marc. II. Ralph Snart. III. Out on a Loon. k.
   Escapes. k. Loons. Call no.: PN6728.55.N63R32v.3no.10
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"Out on the Town" (Saturn & Goobie) / Gregg Miller. 5 p. in
   Snapper, no. 1 (1973). -- Signed "GM". -- Call no.:
   PN6728.45.A7S55no.1
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Out Our Way

Newspaper panel originated by J. R. Williams and later done by Neg Cochran. Subseries titles include
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Out Our Way / by Williams. -- 1924-1970. -- 20 v. : ill. ;
   24-38 cm. -- Caption title. -- Scrapbooks of daily cartoon
   panels dated from 1924 to December 30, 1933, from January
   1, 1936 to February 16, 1942, and from January 1, 1945 to
   February 21, 1970. -- Later panels signed Neg Cochran and
   Paul Gringle.
   I. Williams, J. R. (James Robert), 1888-1957. II. Cochran,
   Neg. III. Gringle, Paul. Call no.: NC1429f.W565F6 1924
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Out Our Way / by Williams. -- 18 p. : ill. ; 25 x 37 cm. --
   Scrapbook of daily cartoon panels dated 1933-1943. --
   Selections only, not a complete run. -- Call no.: folio
   NC1429.W565F6 1933
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Out Our Way / J.R. Williams. -- New York : C. Scribner's Sons,
   1943. -- 128 p. : ill. ; 21 x 16 cm.
   I. Williams, J. R. (James Robert), 1888-1957. Call no.:
   NC1429.W565 O8 1943
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Out Our Way : examples (p. 29, 159, 175, 194-195) in Old Time
   Comics, a scrapbook of daily strips and panels collected by
   Marvin Wisecup, ca. 1930 with some later additions. Call
   no.: folio PN6726.W5 1930z
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Out Our Way : the Willets : Sunday tear sheets / by Paul
   Gringle. -- NEA, Inc, 1969-1970.-- 4 leaves : col. ill. ;
   19 x 37 cm. -- Clipped Sunday comic strips from Oct. 12,
   1969 to Feb. 22, 1970. -- Family humor genre. -- folio
   PN6728 .O83W4 1969
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Out Our Way.
   Born Thirty Years Too Soon / J.R. Williams. -- New York :
   Charles Scribner's Sons, 1945. -- 126 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   Selections from Out Our Way. -- Call no.: PN6728 .O83B6
   1945
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Out Our Way.
   Bull of the Woods / by J.R. Williams. -- Coshocton, Ohio :
   Shaw-Barton, 195-. -- col. ill. ; 10 x 23 cm. -- Ink
   blotters with panels from Out Our Way, by J.R. Williams.
   LIBRARY HAS: 3 blotters, 2 dated 1955 and one undated. --
   Call no.: NC1429.W565B82 1950z
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Out Our Way.
   The Bull of the Woods / J.R. Williams. -- New York : C.
   Scribner's Sons, 1944. -- 128 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   Machine-shop panels from Out Our Way. -- Call no.:
   NC1429.W565B8 1944
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Out Our Way.
   The Bull of the Woods / J. R. Williams. -- Ottawa, Ont. :
   Algrove Publishing, 2002- . -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Classical
   Reprint Series) -- Selections from the syndicated feature
   Out Our Way. -- Vol. 1 is a reprint of the ed. originally
   published: New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1944. --  About
   machinists and a machine shop. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-6
   (2002-2005). -- Call no.: NC1429.W565B8 2002
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Out Our Way.
   Classic Cowboy Cartoons / J.R. Williams. -- Almonte, Ont. :
   Algrove Publishing, 2004- . -- ill. ; 19 cm. -- (Classic
   Reprint Series) -- Selections from the syndicated feature
   Out Our Way. -- Western genre. -- LIBRARY HAS: v. 1-2. --
   Call no.: NC1429.W565C55 2004
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Out Our Way.
   Cowboy Cuisine / by performers & friends of Buffalo Bill's
   Wild West ; illustrations by a bunch of drawers and picture
   takers ; compiled by Montie Montana Jr. ; edited by Arlo
   Dunbar ; production & designed by Rich Curtis. --
   Springville, Calif. : Buffalo Bill's Wild West, 1996. --
   414 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm. -- A cookbook. -- Cover
   and chapter title illustrations from Out Our Way, by J.R.
   Williams. -- Includes index. -- Call no.: TX715.2.W47C69
   1996
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Out Our Way.
   Cowboys Out Our Way / J.R. Williams ; with an introduction
   by J. Frank Dobie. -- New York : Scribner, 1951. -- 103 p.
   : ill. ; 19 x 28 cm. -- Collection of western panels from
   the Out Our Way feature. -- Call no.: NC1429.W565C6 1951
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Out Our Way.
   Kids Out Our Way / J. R. Williams. -- New York : Charles
   Scribner's Sons, 1946. -- 128 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. -- A
   collection of panels from the syndicated feature Out Our
   Way. -- Funny kid genre. -- Call no.: NC1429.W565K5 1946
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Out Our Way.
   Redrawn by Request : the Great Cartoons of J.R. Williams /
   introduction by Russel Crouse. -- Garden City, N.Y. :
   Hanover House, 1955. -- 1 v. : ill. ; 26 cm. -- Selections
   from the syndicated feature Out Our Way. -- Call no.:
   NC1429.W565R4 1955
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Out Our Way.
   Why Mothers Get Gray / J. R. Williams. -- New York :
   Charles Scribner's Sons, 1945. -- 124 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. --
   A subseries of Out Our Way. -- Call no.: NC1429.W565W47
   1945
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Out Our Way (Feb. 14, 1925)
   "Our Favorite Book Store" (Out Our Way, Feb. 14, 1925) /
   J.R. Williams. p. 133 in The Smithsonian Collection of
   Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin
   Williams (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press,
   1977). -- (Moments We'd Like to Live Over) -- Summary: A
   boy shops for a dime novel. -- Call no.: folio PN6726.S5
   1977
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Out Our Way (June 30, 1927)
   "We Hope We Get to Heaven Cuz We've Had a Little Taste"
   (Out Our Way, June 30, 1927) / J.R. Williams. p. 133 in The
   Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by Bill
   Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Three
   boys are fishing and talking about girls. -- Call no.:
   folio PN6726.S5 1977
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Out Our Way (June 16, 1932)
   "Concert on the Porch"* (Out Our Way, June 16, 1932) / J.R.
   Williams. p. 133 in The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper
   Comics, ed. by Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams
   (Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977).
   -- (Born Thirty Years Too Soon) -- Call no.: folio
   PN6726.S5 1977
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Out Our Way (1935)
   "Think Tanks" (Out Our Way, 1935) / J.R. Williams. p. 133
   in The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics, ed. by
   Bill Blackbeard and Martin Williams (Washington, D.C. :
   Smithsonian Institution Press, 1977). -- Summary: Oldtimers
   complain about modern machines. -- Call no.: folio
   PN6726.S5 1977
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Out Our Way (Jan. 13, 1939)
   "The Heir Apparent" (Out Our Way, Jan. 13, 1939) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: An assistant foreman is in the
   hospital, and his temporary replacement gives generously to
   the fund to send flowers. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "flowers"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 27, 1939)
   Original comic art : sample collection of artwork for
   various U.S. comic strips. -- ca. 40 items in box 63 x 53 x
   9 cm. -- Assembled from various acquisitions of the Russel
   B. Nye Popular Culture Collection at the Michigan State
   University Libraries . -- CONTENTS: Alley Oop, 6/30/45 --
   Animal crackers (Rog Bollen), 8/5/68 -- Born loser (Art
   Sansom), 10/20/75 -- Brenda Starr, Reporter (Dale Messick),
   4/6/69 -- Bringing up father (George McManus), undated --
   Broom-Hilda (Russell Myers), 2/4/72; 9/24/75 -- Conchy
   (James Childress), 2/25/75 -- Eek and Meek (Howie
   Schneider), 6/30/67 -- Ella Cinders (Charlie Plumb), 4/6/42
   -- Emmy Lou (Marty Links), 9/3/?? -- Farley (Phil Frank),
   10/26/92 -- Flash Gordon (Mac Raboy), 12/30/56 -- Freckles
   and his friends (Merrill Blosser), 6/7/45; 5/14/57 -- Funky
   Winkerbean (Tom Batiuk), 10/3/74 -- Funny business (Ralph
   Hershberger), 6/7/45 -- Johnny Hazard (Frank Robbins),
   5/4/66 -- Mark Trail (Ed Dodd), 11/4/62; 11/23/62;
   12/19/65; 6/5/68; 6/7/68 -- Moose Miller (Bob Weber),
   4/26/71; 6/25/72 -- Nancy (Ernie Bushmiller), 9/24/44 --
   Our Boarding House, 7/6/45 -- Out Our Way (J.R. Williams),
   2/27/39 -- Priscilla's Pop (Al Vermeer), 7/31/74 -- Rick
   O'Shay and Hipshot (Stan Lynde), 10/27/74 -- Slim & Spud
   (Max Gwin), 4/7/79 -- Smilin' Jack (Zack Mosley), 2/9/70;
   2/4/73 -- Tiger (Bud Blake), 7/21/75 -- Travels with Farley
   (Phil Frank), 12/29/80 -- Tumbleweeds (Tom K. Ryan),
   9/3/73; 11/22/73 -- Wash Tubbs (Leslie Turner), 5/9/45 --
   The Wizard of Id (Brant Parker & Johnny Hart), 1/4/??
   (Sunday).
   1. Newspaper comic strips. I. [Each strip title and date].
   II. [Each creator] Call no.: oversize PN6726 .O7
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Out Our Way (Apr. 25, 1940)
   "Ether" (Out Our Way, Apr. 25, 1940) / J. R. Williams. --
   Summary: Branding calves isn't painful if you get them
   laughing; averted eyes of women on fence suggest pain is
   still present. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 11, 1946)
   "Spring Plowing" (Out Our Way, Apr. 11, 1946) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: Everybody's been falling over the
   fence that's supposed to protect the newly planted lawn. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawns"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 19, 1948)
   "A Son of Mine! Scalped Sod He Brings!"* (Out Our Way, Apr.
   19, 1948) / J. R. Williams. -- Summary: Sent to the vacant
   lot to get sod for the lawn, he finds other people have
   taken the first layer so he brings a wheelbarrow full of
   the second layer. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray). -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "sod"
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Out Our Way (June 2, 1948)
   "Slouching on the Job"* (Out Our Way, June 2, 1948) (Why
   Mothers Get Gray) / J. R. Williams. -- Summary: Taking some
   ether, i.e., relaxed posture, reading comics and magazines
   while dishwashing, means they won't have such horrible
   memories of it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 7, 1948)
   "The Morale Helpers" (Out Our Way, Oct. 7, 1948) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: In the dentist's waiting room, the
   patient is calm but his companions aren't comfortable. --
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "dentists"
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Out Our Way (May 5, 1949)
   "You Poke th' Horse with th Pole"* (Out Our Way, May 5,
   1949) / J.R. Williams. -- (Born Thirty Years Too Soon) --
   Summary: Boys on top of a covered bridge plan to drop a
   catfish through the roof and down the neck of a dozing
   buggy driver, then make a getaway. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "covered bridges"
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Out Our Way (Nov. 10, 1949)
   "The Hot Seat" (Out Our Way, Nov. 10, 1949) / J. R.
   Williams. p. 74 in Cowboys Out Our Way (New York :
   Scribner, 1951). -- Summary: The Chinese cook is practicing
   horsemanship before a forty-mile ride. -- Call no.:
   NC1429.W565C6 1951
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Out Our Way (Nov. 15, 1949)
   "The Whipping Post" (Out Our Way, Nov. 15, 1949) / J. R.
   Williams. p. 75 in Cowboys Out Our Way (New York :
   Scribner, 1951). -- Summary: The Chinese cook is in pain
   from his ride, and the cowboys have him tied across the
   saddle. -- Call no.: NC1429.W565C6 1951
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Out Our Way (Nov. 26, 1949)
   "The Convalescent" (Out Our Way, Nov. 26, 1949) / J. R.
   Williams. p. 75 in Cowboys Out Our Way (New York :
   Scribner, 1951). -- Summary: The Chinese cook is being
   moved from one camp to another in a stretcher hung between
   two horses. -- Call no.: NC1429.W565C6 1951
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Out Our Way (Dec. 3, 1949)
   "The Chaperone" (Out Our Way, Dec. 3, 1949) / J. R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The Chinese cook makes good grub, but
   the thought of getting him back home ruins the appetite. --
   Call no.: folio NC1429.W565F6 1924 v.10
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Out Our Way (Dec. 14, 1949)
   "The Survivor" (Out Our Way, Dec. 14, 1949) / J. R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The Chinese cook says he enjoyed the
   trip, and the cowboys wonder what kind of nut philosophy he
   has since the trip nearly killed him. -- Call no.: folio
   NC1429.W565F6 1924 v.10
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Out Our Way (July 31, 1950)
   "Look What I Get Done While I Ain't Even Here!"* (Out Our
   Way, July 31, 1950) / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get
   Gray) -- Summary: He has attached a reel of pictures to the
   push mower, belted to the lower roller. Passers-by are each
   expected to mow enough lawn to see all the pictures. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
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Out Our Way (Aug. 31, 1950)
   "Wagging the Tail" (Out Our Way, Aug. 31, 1950) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: A man is staggering down the street
   and big brother think's he's a drunk, but the Worry Wart
   says he's only walking a busybody wire-haired dog. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "walking the dog"
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Out Our Way (Sept. 8, 1950)
   "The Blend" (Out Our Way, Sept. 8, 1950) / J. R. Williams.
   -- Summary: A worker sneaks a smoke by sticking his head in
   the smoke of his machine; the machine blows smoke rings. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "smoke rings"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 3, 1950)
   "The Night Shift" (Out Our Way, Oct. 3, 1950) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: Three boys are camping out, and in
   the morning one of them is up a tree because there was a
   pebble under him on the ground. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "pebbles"
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Out Our Way (Sept. 2, 1951?)
   "Don't Hurry on Account of Us, Elt"* (Out Our Way, Sept. 2,
   1951?) -- (Heroes are Made, Not Born) -- Summary: It'll
   take him an hour and a half to mow the lawn, but his
   friends will wait. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowing"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 22, 1951)
   "That's No Gag about th' Barefoot Kid with a Pinhook
   Ketchin' More Fish than the Expert!"* (Out Our Way, Oct.
   22, 1951) / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray). --
   Setting: A restaurant, where the son has ordered something
   that looks better than what the father has. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "eating out"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 29, 1951)
   "The Love that Faded" (Out Our Way, Oct. 29, 1951) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The bike is nicely painted red, but
   the side of the garage shows considerable evidence of the
   process. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 6, 1953)
   "The New Front" (Out Our Way, Feb. 6, 1953) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: A foot foreman is promoted to a desk
   job, but he's still using his pockets for a desk. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "desk jobs"
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Out Our Way (May 9, 1953)
   "The Suckers" (Out Our Way, May 9, 1953) / J. R. Williams.
   -- Summary: A lawnmower rigged with a pan lid and a coil of
   wire gets passers-by to try mowing his lawn out of
   curiousity. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
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Out Our Way (May 29, 1953)
   "The Pressure Boys" (Out Our Way, May 29, 1953) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The Bull of the Woods has to put up
   with leaners pushing his desk around. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "desks"
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Out Our Way (June 16, 1953)
   "Put a Lid On It Till It's Done!"* (Out Our Way, June 16,
   1953) / J.R. Williams. -- (When You'd Love to Live Forever)
   -- Summary: Dad's cooking fish over a campfire, and the
   rest of the family is tortured with hunger. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Out Our Way (Sept. 15, 1953)
   "Cowboy Critic" (Out Our Way, Sept. 15, 1953) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: They're reading Julius Caesar in the
   bunkhouse. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 21, 1954)
   "Snowbank and Fire Hydrant"* (Out Our Way, Jan. 21, 1954) /
   J.R. Williams. -- (Heroes Are Made, Not Born) -- Summary:
   The little dog on the leash eyes the fire hydrant, out of
   reach over the shoveled show. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "fire hydrants"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 6, 1954)
   "I Tell You We're at th' Worst Age of Life"* (Out Our Way,
   Apr. 6, 1954) / J.R. Williams. -- (Heroes are Made, Not
   Born) -- Summary: One boy begins to lament all the things
   they're too young or too old for, and the others stop him
   before only birdwatching is left. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "birdwatching"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 8, 1954)
   "The Space Cadet" (Out Our Way, Apr. 8, 1954) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: He's trying to invent a carton that
   will shrink as the contents are used, and is experimenting
   with toy balloons, corn flakes, soap powder, coffee, and a
   meat grinder. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "packaging"
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Out Our Way (June 15, 1954)
   "The Washout" (Out Our Way, June 15, 1954) / J.R. Williams.
   -- Summary: The Worry Wart is drinking from an outdoor
   faucet, and water seems to be streaming from the back of
   his head; big brother is concerned he'll rinse out what
   brain he has. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "brains"
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Out Our Way (Nov. 3, 1954)
   "The Last Stand" (Out Our Way, Nov. 3, 1954) / J. R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The fire tower has reported smoke;
   the boys complain that you get caught smoking quicker in
   the wilderness than at home. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "smoking"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 2, 1954)
   "The Shrink and Spread" (Out Our Way, Dec. 2, 1954) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The family's complaining that cars
   and houses are getting smaller while corn flake and other
   cartons are getting bigger. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "packaging"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 7, 1954)
   "Guitar vs. Groceries"* (Out Our Way, Dec. 7, 1954) / J.R.
   Williams. -- (Life's Longest Minute) -- Summary: A weaving
   bicyclist with a guitar, not looking where he's going, is
   on an apparent collision course with a pedestrian shopper.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "pedestrians"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 7, 1954)
   "The Cyclist"* (Out Our Way, Dec. 7, 1954) / J.R. Williams.
   -- (Life's Longest Minute) -- Summary: A bicyclist is on a
   collision path with a pedestrian, and he's not looking
   where he's going. He has a guitar, she has groceries. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 20, 1955)
   "The Pilers" (Out Our Way, Jan. 20, 1955) / J.R. Williams.
   -- Summary: The whole family uses the same coat hook,
   though there are five vacant ones in the closet. -- Call
   no.: PN6726f.B55 "hooks"
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Out Our Way (Aug. 22, 1955)
   "Good Night! A Amazon fer a Sister!"* (Out Our Way, Aug.
   22, 1955) / J.R. Williams. -- Summary: There's missing
   groceries, so sis hauls the South Seas expedition out of
   the water by its anchor rope. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Amazons"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 11, 1955)
   "The Winners" (Out Our Way, Oct. 11, 1955) / J.R. Williams.
   -- Summary: Four outfits were buying him drinks, so the new
   cook can't walk, but they've hired him and dragged him out
   to the ranch. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooks"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 24, 1955)
   "Forgot about th' Whiskers and Fur"* (Out Our Way, Dec. 24,
   1955) / J.R. Williams. -- (Heroes are Made, not Born) --
   Summary: Dad sets himself afire smoking in his Santa suit,
   and is found lying under the outdoor faucet. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "smoking"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 4, 1956?)
   "A Dachshund Can Squeeze Thru a Awful Small Hole, But Don't
   Ask Me to Pull Him Thru the Same Hole Folded!"* (Out Our
   Way, Dec. 4, 1956?) / J.R. Williams. -- (Heroes Are Made,
   Not Born) -- Summary: A dog on a leash has run through a
   culvert. -- The final digit of the year in the copyright
   line is indistinct. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "dachshunds"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 29, 1960)
   "The One-Horse Wagon" (Out Our Way, Apr. 29, 1960) / J. R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The boss is under ether in the
   hospital, but the foremen at the shop need to talk to him
   anyhow. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Ether"
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Out Our Way (Sept. 1, 1960)
   "The Handicap" (Out Our Way, Sept. 1, 1960) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The Worry Wart leaves the kitchen
   after making sandwiches, wishing he could write so he could
   leave a note saying he'd been there. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "handicaps"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 11, 1960)
   "This Man-Power Fire Department is Obsolete--We Need
   Horses!"* (Out Our Way, Oct. 11, 1960) / J.R. Williams. --
   (Born Fifty Years Too Soon) -- Summary: An array of men is
   lying in the road, the fire-engine having run them over as
   they pulled it downhill. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "firefighters"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 26, 1960)
   "I Simply Can't Face Mulligan Stew or Hobo's Hash Any
   More!"* (Out Our Way, Oct. 26, 1960) / Neg Cochran. --
   (Grampaw) -- Summary: Grampaw has decided to cook, and it's
   too late to suggest eating out. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "Mulligan Stew"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 13, 1960)
   "They're Lucky I Didn't Drop 'Em on the Hard Stone!"* (Out
   Our Way, Dec. 13, 1960) / J.R. Williams. -- (Heroes are
   Made, Not Born) -- Summary: Dad's arms are paralyzed from
   carrying heavy children. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "paralysis"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 21, 1961)
   "No Sale" (Out Our Way, Feb. 21, 1961) / Neg Cochran. --
   Summary: His research on drought-resistant grass doesn't
   impress his friends, who would prefer not to have a better
   lawn and the work that comes with it. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "lawns"
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Out Our Way (May 11, 1961)
   "When Did You Get the New Hearing Aid?"* (Out Our Way, May
   11, 1961) / New Cochran. -- (Grampaw) -- Summary: Gramps
   has a new pocket radio with an earphone, and is getting
   ribbed about it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hearing aids"
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Out Our Way (May 18, 1961)
   "The Classic Pose of the Hunter"* (Out Our Way, May 18,
   1961) / Neg Cochran. -- (The Worry Wart) -- Summary: The
   Wart is trying to get his dog to be a pointer. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "pointers"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 25, 1961)
   "Taking Ways" (Out Our Way, Oct. 25, 1961) / J.R. Williams.
   -- Summary: Wes's horse steps in a prairie dog hole and
   doesn't get hurt. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "prairie dogs"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 28, 1961)
   "I Decided to Paint My Bike with it Yesterday!"* (Out Our
   Way, Oct. 28, 1961) / Neg Cochran. -- (Heroes are Made, Not
   Born) -- Summary: The can of paint designated for the
   kitchen chairs turns up empty. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 8, 1962)
   "When I Git That Lawn Chair Down to Her House, She'll Tell
   Me to Leave it an' We'll Never Own It Again"* (Out Our Way,
   Feb. 8, 1962) / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray) --
   Summary: The sleeping nephew and niece are in the wheeled
   chair ready to be rolled home. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawn chairs"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 17, 1962)
   "False Whiskers" (Out Our Way, Apr. 17, 1962) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The cowboys with the stick and the
   pliers can't decide which is the porcupine and which is the
   dog. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "quills"
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Out Our Way (May 3, 1962)
   "Objects of Art" (Our Our Way, May 3, 1962) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: Wes has been bounced out into a gully
   and points the camera at clouds while a herd of deer runs
   alongside the car. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "movie
   cameras"
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Out Our Way (May 10, 1962)
   "I'd Never Trot a High Steppin' Horse Through That Thing!"*
   (Out Our Way, May 10, 1962) / J.R. Williams. -- (Born Fifty
   Years Too Soon) -- Summary: Boys on the riverbank see the
   four legs of a horse sticking through the bottom of a
   bridge. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "covered bridges"
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Out Our Way (Aug. 21, 1963)
   "Well, I Hope It Doesn't Work!"* (Out Our Way, Aug. 21,
   1963) / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray) --
   Summary: The boy has combined a wagon and a push mower in
   such a way that a wheel of the wagon should turn the drive
   wheel of the mower, and the mower should then cut the tall
   grass off several inches above the ground, "them babies
   that duck when th' mower goes over 'em, then pop right up
   again!" His mother figures he's then going to charge her
   twice for mowing the lawn. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawnmowers"
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Out Our Way (Nov. 14, 1963)
   "From Me She Expects Stammering and Faltering, but One
   Stutter Out of Him is Enough to Make Her Suspicious!"* (Out
   Our Way, Nov. 14, 1963) / Neg Cochran. -- (Heroes are Made,
   Not Born) -- Summary: The boys are going bowling but mother
   is supposed to think they're going to the library. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "stuttering"
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Out Our Way (Nov. 20, 1963)
   "A Very Well Kept Secret" (Out Our Way, Nov. 20, 1963) /
   Bill Freyse. -- Summary: The Major announces that he's
   already in the contest, and reminisces about having
   lectured to a secret meeting of chefs in Paris. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking contests"
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Out Our Way (Mar. 30, 1964)
   "He Soaks Up a Barrel of Rain"* (Out Our Way, Mar. 30,
   1964) / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray) --
   Summary: It's raining, and he tried to walk the dog tucked
   under the slicker, but she caught him at it. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "walking the dog"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 15, 1964)
   "The Ups and Downs" (Out Our Way, Apr. 15, 1964) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The boys are in the barn trying to
   sleep in the hay, dealing with humps and hollows. -- Call
   no.: PN6726 f.B55 "haylofts"
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Out Our Way (July 18, 1964)
   "I'll Have My Yaks When She Finds Out Who Actually Turned
   On the Water"* (Out Our Way, July 18, 1964) / Neg Cochran.
   -- (Heroes are Made, not Born) -- Summary: Concerns a lawn
   sprinkler under a lawn chair. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "lawn chairs"
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Out Our Way (July 27, 1964)
   "The Loose Ends" (Out Our Way, July 27, 1964) / J. R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The sight of the lawnmower crippled
   him, but his friends are reluctant to help him fake the
   charleyhorse. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawnmowers"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 2, 1964)
   "Yes, it Smells Delicious From Away In Here Even"* (Out Our
   Way, Dec. 2, 1964) / J.R. Williams. -- (Heroes are Made,
   Not Born) -- Summary: Dad was on K.P. in the army a lot, so
   he's confident about making a tray to take up to Ma. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooking"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 7, 1965)
   "I Just Was Out Tryin' Out My New Bike!"* (Out Our Way,
   Jan. 7, 1965) / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray) --
   Summary: The sidewalk has been cleared of snow in a odd
   pattern. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 18, 1965)
   "My Bike Sounds Like a Turkey Gobblin' Ever Since He First
   Used It!"* (Out Our Way, Jan. 18, 1965) / J.R. Williams. --
   (Born Forty Years Too Soon) -- Summary: His garage is
   fourteen blocks from home so he has to use a bicycle to get
   to it, and people yell at him about the noise. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (Mar. 4, 1965)
   "Court Jesters" (Our Our Way, Mar. 4, 1965) / Neg Cochran.
   -- Summary: The bookworm wants to practice his part in the
   play ("Friends, Romans, countrymen"), the others want to
   fly kites. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "Shakespeare"
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Out Our Way (Mar. 17, 1965)
   "Where Men are Men" (Out Our Way, Mar. 17, 1965) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: One of the men has come over from the
   bunkhouse in a blizzard in his longjohns, to ask Cooky what
   to do for a bad cold. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cooks"
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Out Our Way (Mar. 18, 1965)
   "Your Brother Made a Bet with Him that Not One Bird Would
   Land On It All Day!"* (Out Our Way, Mar. 18, 1965) / Neg
   Cochran. -- (Life's Longest Minute) -- Summary: Grampaw has
   caught the brother popping paper bags to keep birds away
   from the bird feeder. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bird
   feeders"
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Out Our Way (May 19, 1965)
   "Crime and Punishment" (Out Our Way, May 19, 1965) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: A pair of killer/bank robbers are
   fleeing on bicycles from a posse; they pass up the chance
   to steal horses because then they'd really be in trouble.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (May 24, 1965)
   "Never Ridicule Elderly People. You'll Be There Some Day!"*
   (Out Our Way, May 24, 1965) -- (Born Forty Years Too Soon)
   -- Summary: Boys with shinny sticks poke fun at a passing
   couple of golfers. He is carrying two golf bags, and she
   has none. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Out Our Way (June 7, 1965)
   "Anywhere, Just So We Get Him"* (Out Our Way, June 7, 1965)
   / J.R. Williams. -- (Why Mothers Get Gray) -- Summary: He
   has sculpted a cartoon face into the front lawn with the
   mower, and mother and sister are out looking for him. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "lawns"
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Out Our Way (Sept. 17, 1965)
   "The Naturals" (Out Our Way, Sept. 17, 1965) / J.R.
   Williams. -- Summary: The Bull of the Woods has covered his
   desk with advertising gadgets to keep people from leaning
   on it, but it isn't working. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "desks"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 2, 1965)
   "I Play This Game for Exercise!"* (Out Our Way, Oct. 2,
   1965) / Neg Cochran. -- (Grampaw) -- Summary: Grampaw
   doesn't want to ride in the golf cart and get a bay window.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bay windows"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 22, 1965)
   "The Fox" (Out Our Way, Oct. 22, 1965) / J.R. Williams. --
   Summary: A progression is described, in which not being
   helpful and taking in the milk bottles for the cook leads
   to one's becoming the cook. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cooks"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 26, 1965)
   "I Threw Up My Hand to Protect My Face and He Belted Me on
   the Glove"* (Out Our Way, Oct. 26, 1965) / Neg Cochran. --
   (The Worry Wart) -- Summary: The boys are boxing with a
   pair of gloves between them. The Wart had to defend himself
   from a haymaker and got a black eye. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "haymakers"
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Out Our Way (Nov. 9, 1965)
   "I've Stunted my Growth Enough, Packin' Snoozers Home from
   Movies!"* (Out Our Way, Nov. 9, 1965) / J.R. Williams. --
   (Why Mothers Get Gray) -- Summary: The bicycle has a plank
   tied to it. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "bicycles"
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Out Our Way (Dec. 23, 1966)
   "Rescue Mission" (Out Our Way, Dec. 23, 1966) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: A worker has stumped a "lesser boss,"
   and the big boss is waiting his turn. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "bosses"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 20, 1968)
   "The Never-Say-Dies" (Out Our Way, Jan. 20, 1968) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: The guys are leaving for golf, which
   is no crazier than ice fishing; they're dressed for the
   weather and they'll use a red ball to see it in the snow.
   -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Out Our Way (Mar. 30, 1968)
   "They Must Have Re-zoned this Neighborhood for High-Rise
   Bird Houses!"* (Out Our Way, Mar. 30, 1968) / Neg Cochran.
   -- (Grampaw) -- Summary: Fun is poked at Grampaw's new
   birdhouse. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "birdhouses"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 25, 1968)
   "From Now On We Leave That Mudlark Home in Wet Weather"*
   (Out Our Way, Apr. 25, 1968) / Neg Cochran. -- (Why Mothers
   Get Gray) -- Summary: The dog took off and now they're both
   covered with mud. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "walking the
   dog"
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Out Our Way (July 25, 1968)
   "That's What I Told Tom when he Called to Find out What
   Time He Should Meet You at the Golf Course in the Morning"*
   (Out Our Way, July 25, 1968) / Neg Cochran. -- (Heroes are
   Made, not Born) -- Summary: He's turning in early, saying
   he's going to get busy in the morning at the list of jobs
   she wants done. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "golf"
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Out Our Way (Aug. 28, 1968)
   "Spelling It Out" (Out Our Way, Aug. 28, 1968) / Neg E.
   Cochran. -- Summary: The camp cook will only fry the fish
   if the fishermen clean them first. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "cooks"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 23, 1968)
   "Making the Break" (Out Our Way, Oct. 23, 1968) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: The boy who collected his green apples
   in baskets gets a chance to sell them; he gets greenbacks
   and the others just get green around the gills: "You're
   more likely to get the nod from Lady Luck if you're willing
   to give her an assist." -- Key words: Money, stomach aches.
   Call no.: PN6726f.B55 "luck"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 26, 1968)
   "Riders of the Range" (Out Our Way, Oct. 26, 1968) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: The men are cooking breakfast, and
   it's taking a long time because they're flipping things in
   the air from their frying pans. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "cooking"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 25, 1969)
   "Counter Attack" (Out Our Way, Jan. 25, 1969) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: Because of the rise in the cost of
   living, the son posts a price list for the jobs he does;
   the mother agrees about the inflationary times and proposes
   her own list. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "cost of living"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 28, 1969)
   "Inspiration" (Out Our Way, Jan. 28, 1969) / Neg Cochran.
   -- (The Worry Wart) -- Summary: The Worry Wart is painting
   a landscape, and has taped up some cotton to look at when
   he paints the clouds. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "landscape"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 1, 1969)
   "The Clean-Up After the Clean-Up"* (Out Our Way, Feb. 1,
   1969) / Neg Cochran. -- Summary: The dog gets to clean up
   the spilled milk, and the Dad gets a sponge mop to clean up
   after the dog. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "milk"
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Out Our Way (Apr. 12, 1969)
   "Audio-Syncrasies" (Out Our Way, Apr. 12, 1969) / Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: Though they run the risk of being
   accused of stalling, the painting crew has smuggled a
   television set into the room to watch golf. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "stalling"
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Out Our Way (Oct. 27, 1969)
   "The Voice of Experience" (Out Our Way, Oct. 27, 1969) /
   Neg Cochran. -- Summary: The only way to get your room
   painted is to hound Pa and Jimmy until they get sick of
   you. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "hounding"
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Out Our Way (June 2, 1970)
   "Moral Support" (Out Our Way, June 2, 1970) / Neg Cochran.
   -- Summary: The boy's getting washed and the dog's trying
   to help make the mother look like a heartless bully. --
   Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "sympathy"
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Out Our Way (Nov. 2, 1970)
   "The Whole Load" (Out Our Way, Nov. 2, 1970) / by Neg
   Cochran. -- Summary: Mother gets the change from the
   groceries plus other things from the pocket: golf tee,
   paper clip, button, rubber bands and lint. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "pockets"
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Out Our Way (Jan. 24, 1972)
   "He Needs Discouragin', an' I'm Here to See That He Gets
   It!"* (Out Our Way, Jan. 24, 1972) / Neg Cochran. --
   (Grampaw) -- Summary: Grampaw is protecting his bird feeder
   from a cat, with a pea shooter. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55
   "pea shooters"
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Out Our Way (June 23, 1972)
   "It's Par for the Course" (Out Our Way, June 23, 1972) /
   Neg Cochran. -- Summary: Elwood gets put on the late shift,
   and since he's a golf nut he likes it. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "golf"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 5, 1973)
   "Lead On, Brother Blockhead"* (Out Our Way, Feb. 5, 1973) /
   Neg Cochran. -- (Heroes are Made, Not Born) -- Summary: The
   the boys have sorted themselves into management and labor
   and gone into business with a snow blower. -- Call no.:
   PN6726 f.B55 "snow blowers"
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Out Our Way (Feb. 7, 1973)
   "It Calls for Too Much Exertion"* (Out Our Way, Feb. 7,
   1973) / Neg Cochran. -- (When You'd Love To Live Forever)
   -- Summary: There's too much snow for Pa and Grandpa to
   deal with, Ma's going to call a neighbor boy, and the men
   settle in to smoke and read the paper. -- Call no.: PN6726
   f.B55 "smoking"
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Out Our Way--Articles About.
   "Nobody Watches the Birdie : J.R. Williams and Out Our Way"
   p. 179-195 in Reading the Funnies : Essays on Comic Strips,
   by Donald Phelps (Seattle, Wash. : Fantagraphics Books,
   2001). -- Call no.: PN6725.P46 2001
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   "Comic Stop Light" / Stephen Barrington. p. 16 in The
   Nostalgia Journal, no. 18 (Dec. 1, 1975). -- About Batman,
   the Beatles, Jimmy Olsen, Out Our Way, Negley W. Cochran,
   reprints, and the Electric Company. -- Data from Pete
   Coogan. -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.18
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Entry (v. 2, p. 118) in Dictionnaire Encyclopédique de
   Héros et Auteurs de BD, by Henri Filippini (Grenoble :
   Glénat, 1998). -- Call no.: PN6707.F5 1998 v.2
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 231-232) in 100 Years of American Newspaper
   Comics : an Illustrated Encyclopedia / edited by Maurice
   Horn. (New York : Gramercy Books, 1996). -- Call no.:
   PN6725.H597 1996
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Entry (p. 592-593) in The World Encyclopedia of Comics /
   ed. by Maurice Horn (Philadelphia : Chelsea House, 1999) --
   Call no.: PN6710.W6 1999
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry to Cartoonist Profiles, no. 23 (Sept. 1974), p.
   30-34 -- Data from R.C. Harvey. Call no.: NC1300.C35no.23
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry to Cartoonist Profiles, no. 56 (Dec. 1982), p.
   68-73 -- Data from R.C. Harvey. Call no.: NC1300.C35no.56
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 39, 50) in Children of the Yellow Kid : the
   Evolution of the American Comic Strip / Robert C. Harvey
   (Seattle : Frye Art Museum, University of Washington Press,
   1998). -- Call no.: PN6725.H32 1998
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 165, ill. 164) in Comic Art in America, by
   Stephen D. Becker (New York : Simon and Schuster, 1959).
   Call no.: NC1420.B4
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 47) in The Comic-Book Book, ed. by Don
   Thompson & Dick Lupoff (Krause Publications, 1998). -- Call
   no.: PN6725.T5 1998
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 169-171) in The Comics, by Coulton Waugh
   (Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1991,
   originally published 1947). -- Call no.: PN6725.W36 1991
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 20, 21, 179, 185, 195) to Comics of the
   American West / Maurice Horn (New York : Winchester Press),
   1977). -- Call no.: PN6714.H57
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 83) in Comics, vom Massenblatt ins
   multimediale Abenteuer, by Andreas C. Knigge (Reinbeck bei
   Hamburg : Rowohlt, 1996). -- Call no.: PN6710.K53 1996
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 282) in The Encyclopedia of American
   Comics, ed. by Ron Goulart (New York : Facts on File,
   1990). Call no.: PN6725.E64 1990
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 67, 97, 200, 247) in Encyclopédie des
   bandes dessinées / éd. Marjorie Alessandrini. Nouv. éd.
   (Paris : A. Michel, 1986) Call no.: PN6707.E5 1986
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 75, 76) in The Funnies, 100 Years of
   American Comic Strips, by Ron Goulart (Holbrook, Mass. :
   Adams Publishing, 1995). -- Call no.: PN6725.G62 1995
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 83, 114) in Historia de los Comics / J.
   Toutain, J. Coma (Barcelona : Toutain, 1982-1984?) -- Call
   no.: PN6710.H5 1982a
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 208-209, 269) in A History of Komiks of the
   Philippines and Other Countries, by Cynthia Roxas & Joaquin
   Arevalo Jr. (Islas Filipinas Pub. Co., 1985). -- Call no.:
   PN6790.P47R6 1985
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 46) in Ron Goulart's Great History of Comic
   Books (Chicago : Contemporary Books, 1986). Call no.:
   PN6725.G635 1986
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 233) in The Penguin Book of Comics, by
   George Perry and Alan Aldridge. Rev. ed. Harmondsworth,
   England : Penguin Books, 1971. -- Call no.: NC1340.P4 1971
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   Index entry (p. 534-535, 701, ill. 535, 701) in The World
   Encyclopedia of Comics, ed. by Maurice Horn (New York :
   Chelsea House, 1976). Call no.: PN6710.W6 1976
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Out Our Way--Miscellanea.
   "Reining In the Parade" / R.C. Harvey. p. 99-103 in The
   Comics Journal, no. 221 (Mar. 2000). -- (Comicopia) --
   Essay on the continuing of comic strips after the death of
   their creators, with special attention to Peanuts and Pogo,
   and paragraphs on the situations with Bringing Up Father,
   Blondie, Gasoline Alley, Barnaby, Popeye, Out Our Way (The
   Willets), Snuffy Smith (Barney Google), Moon Mullins, and
   Annie (Little Orphan Annie). -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.221
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Out Our Way with the Worry Wart. -- New York : Dell Publishing
   Co., 1956. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- "No. 680" in
   the Four Color series. -- On cover: J.R. Williams. --
   Genre: Funny kid comics. -- Call no.: PN6728.2.D4 O85 1956
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Out Takes! / by Geo Gately. -- New York : Jove Books, 1991. --
   (Heathcliff) -- Genre: Funny animal. -- Call no.: PN6728.H4
   O8 1991
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Out-Takes.
   Index entry (p. 245) in The Encyclopedia of American
   Comics, ed. by Ron Goulart (New York : Facts on File,
   1990). Call no.: PN6725.E64 1990
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"Out the Chute" / Joan Hilty. p. 36 in Gay Comics, no. 25
   (Spring 1998). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.K5G3no.25
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Out the Wazoo.
   "Grammar Problem on the Tough Part of Town" (Out on a Limb)
   / by Gary Kopervas. p. 7 in Flint Comix & Entertainment,
   no. 1 (Mar.-Apr. 2009). -- Date of original printing not
   given. -- Summary: Is it 'Up the Wazoo' or 'Out the
   wazoo.'? -- Call no.: PN6700.F55no.1
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"Out the Window"* p. 12-13 in The Fabulous Furry Freak
   Brothers. #12 / by Shelton & Mavrides (Auburn, CA : Rip Off
   Press, 1992). -- Call no.: PN6728.45.R5F294 1992
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Out the Window.
   "Politically Correct" (Back Bench, Sept. 18, 1997) /
   Harrop. -- Summary: The student presenting his research in
   Politics 101 reports that election promises always go out
   the window. -- Call no.: PN6726 f.B55 "promises"
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Out There.
   "The Stranger from Out There" / Ramona Fradon & Chas.
   Paris, art. 6 p. in House of Mystery, no. 42 (Sept. 1955).
   -- Data from M. Tiefenbacher. -- Call no.: Film 15791r293
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Out There--Reviews.
   "Ghetto Cruise" (Minimalism) / by Robert Boyd. p. 41-44 in
   The Comics Journal, no. 181 (Oct. 1995) -- Reviews of
   minicomics: Top Choice, no. 1 ; Kokoschka ; Box Office
   Poison, no. 3-5 ; The K Chronicles, no. 4 ; Every Dog ;
   Bonetest ; Out There, no. 1-2.
   1. New wave comics--Reviews. 2. [Each title]--Reviews. I.
   Boyd, Robert. II. Minimalism. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.181
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Out There--Reviews.
   "Hit List" p. 126-127 in The Comics Journal, no. 193 (Feb.
   1997) -- Brief reviews of: nowhere ; Out There #5 ; 2-Way
   Cartoon Machine ; Double Cross ; The Manya Books ; Art &
   Beauty #1 ; The Sleazy Cartoons of Bill Plympton.
   k. [Each title]--Reviews. Call no.: PN6700.C62no.193
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Out There Comics featuring Charly Bianchi's Other Space
   Ghoolies and Edna, the 1st Cleaning Lady in Space. -- La
   Jolla, CA : C. Bianchi, 1992. -- 16 p. : ill. ; 11 x 14 cm.
   -- New wave genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.55.B48 O8 1992b
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Out There Comics with Charly Bianchi's Other Space Ghoolies
   and Edna, the 1st Cleaning Lady in Space. -- La Jolla, CA :
   C. Bianchi, 1992. -- 20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- New wave
   genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.55.B48 O8 1992
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"'Out there in the Asylum' : Physical, Mental and Structural
   Space in Grant Morrison and Dave McKean's Arkham Asylum, a
   Serious House on Serious Earth" / James F. Wurtz. p.
   555-572 in American Comic Books and Graphic Novels
   (Heidelberg : Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011). --
   (Amerikastudien. American Studies ; v. 56, no. 4) -- Call
   no.: PN6725.A52 2011
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Out There Preview / Augustyn, Ramos, Hope. Ninja Boy Preview /
   Garza, Warner, Norton. -- La Jolla, CA : WildStorm
   Productions, 2001. -- 8 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. -- Two
   previews are back to back inverted. -- Horror and superhero
   genres. -- Call no.: PN6728.7.W5 O79 2001
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"Out to Launch" (Jiminy Cricket) 10 p. in Walt Disney Showcase
   ; no. 37 (1976) -- Call no.: PN6728.4.G56W36no.37
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Out to Lunch : A Brand New Shoe / Jeff MacNelly. -- Orlando,
   Fla. : Tribune Pub., 1993. -- 90 p. : ill. ; 14 x 22 cm. --
   Genre: Funny animal. -- Call no.: PN6728.S475M372 1993
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Out to Lunch : More Basher Cartoons from the South China
   Morning Post / by Templar. -- Hong Kong : Beaugard, 1987.
   -- 144 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. -- Cartoons about Hong Kong life
   and politics. -- Call no.: NC1729.T4 O85 1987
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Out to Lunch.
   "They Said I Was Out to Lunch" / Renaud Façade. 5 p. in
   Tales from the Ozone, no. 2 (1970). -- Parody of a romance
   comic story, with Blondie and Dagwood cameos. -- Begins: "I
   met Anus at the love-in, and knew he liked me, because he
   stared at my breasts, but when he and his hippie friends
   lit a reefer..." -- Call no.: PN6728.45.P7T3no.2
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"Out to Lynch : Strange Weather Lately, vol. 1" / Kent
   Worcester. p. 34 in The Comics Journal, no. 217 (Nov.
   1999). -- Review of Strange Weather Lately, v. 1
   (Metaphrog). -- (Firing Line) -- Call no.: PN6700.C62no.217
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"Out to Munch" (Yosemite Sam and Daffy Duck) 5 p. in Yosemite
   Sam, no. 40 (Oct. 1976)
   k. Munching. k. Daffy Duck. Call no.: PN6728.4.G56Y6no.40
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Out to Sea.
   "We're Being Driven Out to Sea"* (Danny Dreams) / Joe
   Kubert. 5 p. in Tor, no. 3 (Sept./Oct. 1975) ; reprinted
   from Tor, no. 5 (Oct. 1954). -- Incipit title. -- Data from
   Bob Klein and Ramon Schenk via Grand Comics Database. --
   Call no.: PN6728.4.N3T6no.3
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"Out to Spite Her" 7 p. in Love at First Sight, no. 24 (Oct.
   1953). -- Call no.: PN6728.1.A2L57no.24
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Out West.
   "The Champ Out West" / by Frank Moss ; illustrated by Frank
   Borth. p. 20-25 in Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, v. 19,
   no. 14 (Mar. 12, 1964). -- Begins: "The next day the big
   roundup begins." -- To be continued. -- Call no.:
   PN6728.1.P43T7v.19no.14
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Out West.
   Mystery Ranch / adapted by Christopher E. Long ;
   illustrated by Mike Dubisch ; colored by Wes Hartman ;
   lettered by Johnny Lowe. -- Morton Grove, Ill. : Albert
   Whitman & Co., 2009. -- 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm. -- (The
   Boxcar Children Graphic Novels ; 4) -- Series title also
   appears as: Gertrude Chandler Warner's The Boxcar Children
   Graphic Novels. -- Summary (from Skyriver): Violet and
   Jessie begin an adventure out West when they journey to
   Centerville to keep Aunt Jane company on the family ranch.
   -- Detective genre. -- Call no.: PN6728.B656M9 2009
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Out West.
   Somewhere Out West / by David Lapham. -- Los Angeles : El
   Capitan, 1999. -- 229 p : ill. ; 31 cm. -- (Stray Bullets ;
   v. 2) -- "The chapters in this book were originaly
   published in issues #8-14 of the comic book Stray Bullets."
   -- Call no.: PN6727.L2S76 1999
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Out West.
   "Theodore Roosevelt Out West" p. 50-53 in True Comics, no.
   10 (Mar. 1942) -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P3T7no.10
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Out Whom Shall We Gross? : the Chickweed Dailies, Year One,
   1993-94 / by Brooke McEldowney. -- Kennebunk, ME : Pib
   Press, 2012. -- 87 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. -- Collects the daily
   newspaper comic strip 9 Chickweed Lane from July 12, 1993
   to July 11, 1994. -- Call no.: PN6728.N57 O85 2012
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"Out With New, In With Newer At DC" p. C2 in The New York
   Times, January 13, 2012. -- An article about the DC Comics
   initiative which restarted many long-running series at
   issue No. 1 and now the company is cancelling 6 comic books
   and starting 6 new ones. -- Call no.: PN6710.S35 2012
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