They aren't amazingly funny by our standards but here are a couple of nicely drawn comic pages by S.M. "Jerry" Iger, whose name is generally associated with his comics "shop" which supplied art and stories to various comics over the years. Iger had originally been partners with Will Eisner and was rediscovered by comics fandom in the eighties with several reprinted collections.
I note that these are really low in content. The first page could have told its story in just one large panel; three would have been fine; ten is thins things out almost to vacuum. The second page is essentially a one-panel gag, and a three-panel gag strip, separated by six panels that do nothing.
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