HI and Lois Sunday page color proof, December 11, 1960.
This Sunday page in our fall foliage series stars Trixie Flagston.
In the late 1950s, Mort Walker came up with the idea of permitting readers to view Trixie’s thoughts. It was a stroke of genius.
Mort introduced this new concept in a series of daily strips that ran on four consecutive Mondays in November 1958. To see these go to: http://hiandlois.com/2014/05/16/the-thinking-baby/
Hi and Lois Sunday page, October 31, 2010.
Many people buy the latest and most trendy Halloween costumes in stores every year and then discard them. Lois, who is more old-fashioned, saves all of her home-made get-ups in a big box and stores them in the attic. Among these are the traditional pirate and princess outfits. In the episode above, Trixie, who is wearing the same bunny costume that Dot wore when she was her age, puzzles over the connection between Halloween and mothballs.
Hi and Lois daily strip, August 6, 2007.
The Flagstons took a summer vacation to a western dude ranch in 2007. The sequence consisted of two Sunday pages and seven dailies. We featured the first daily and Sunday page in the previous post. Above and below are the next six daily strips from the series.