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These were the dances of the pioneers and the cowboys, and I recall watching “hoedowns” and “barn dances” in Hollywood westerns and on television. These rural dances also appeared in old cartoons from the 1930s in which Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Clarabelle the Cow SQUARE DANCE BOOK SERVIC PROGRESSIVE WORKSHOP $2.00 Modern progressive lines, circles and square*. Contras to please today's dancers. SPLITYERSIDES (150 cartoons) $1.50 ppd. Miles of smiles for dancers and callers. Reprints from New England Caller and SQUARE.DANCE. 90/10 Badge Identification for callers who will cater to 90% of floor at all times, bOt SINGALONG CALLS (30 pages) $2.00 Adaptations of popular recordings for easy level dancing.The cartoon shown here and repeated on our back cover this month was created by Cory Geishauser of Al toona, Pa., who is 18 and hopes to sell his cartoon strip Spin Chain Spoofs to square dance publications as part of a cartooning career. His first cartoon appeared in ASD when he was 13. A famous friend, the late Dik Browne creator of Hi and Lois and Hagar the Honible provided valuable help. So did Bill Keane (creator of The Family Circus). From Altoona also comes the news “Hillbilly Hare” August 12th (Bob McKimson/Warners) The Warners cartoons.had great fun with classical music (1943's “A Corny Concerto” and many others) and jazz (1957's “The Three Little Bops”) but square dancing isn't the first thing that comes to mind when Bugs Bunny is mentioned. That is a shame, because “Hillbilly Hare” should be remembered as one of the great musical Warners cartoons, and it makes it nearly impossible for anyone who has seen it to listen later to a square Dan emerged from the encounter viciously victorious and frankly looking for more trouble. He returned to the dance hall and walked across the floor to the girl from the city, all eyes following him. “So good of you not to forget,” the vision in fluffy pink greeted him. “You'll have to be lenient.with me, though. I don't know square dances. Perhaps you'd better dance with someone else, and I'll watch.” “Come on, it's easy,” urged Dan, marvelling at his own audacity and pleasantly thrilled with it YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWO GIFTS "SPLITYERSIDES" CARTOONS FOR SQUARE DANCERS by Stan Burdick. Here's a book every dancer will enjoy. Great cartoons drawn by a master cartoonist who has a rare insight into the modern square dance movement. Every cartoon is a "gem" that will provide many an amusing chuckle. $2.50 value. JOHN WARD'S "CHEKAKALL". A proven way to work out new square dance calls anytime, anyplace. Just as a coach works out his new Even in the wild west setting.of Cat Carson Rides Again, the gay little mice have New York accents, and though To Boo or Not to Boo (1951) transpires in a rustic locale where square dances are not infrequent, the locals still address Casper as “bub” and sound like they stepped off the BMT bound for Brooklyn. (And that's in spite of how the big dance number, “Skip to My Lou,” is obviously inspired by the arrangement of same from Meet Me in St. Louis.) Casper, revealed to be an avid Related to a cartoon formatistheformat of an animated cartoon, or animation, which is a narrative film of pictures consisting of a series of drawn, painted, or modeled scenes and characters used to tell a story. ball players, and people in business suits, singing they.“know a thing featuring different about an IRA,” and declaring that they're “Type E.” In 1948, the early days of television, we saw stopmotion animation of square dancing Lucky Strike cigarettes to “you just can't beat a Lucky Their feature length cartoon, Gay Purree to be released by Warner Bros., will have its premiere showing in Chicago on the 9th of November. And, though you'll be seeing Chuck Jones' name on more of the Roadrunner and Bugs Bunny cartoons in the next couple of years, because of a back log, Chuck has at long last decided to work independently, travel a bit, visit square dance friends, from Wyoming to Boston to Texas and home again, as he wishes. So, don't be the least bit Eddie.spots enormous tracks on the trail and becomes convinced that they belong to the squaredancing teacher, who resembles Bigfoot.