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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 20, 1959, Image 138

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Rowland Cmatt has peopled the pages
of Britain’s "Punch” with whimsy for
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Edward R. Ronfro, creator of the
palsy-walsy lion and lamb Mow,
is a 35-ycar-old free-lance humorous
illustrator who lives in San Francisco.
. thinks up ideas that appear on bill
boards and in magazines everywhere
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Johnny Hart spends considerable time
with a caveman comic-strip character
named "8.C.” who has a pet anteater
to which that reindeer Mow bears a
suspicious resemblance. But Hart lives
in a house up in Endicott. N. Y.

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