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Star_Ranger_007 [Nov'37]-68pg-c2c -phabox
Issue: #7
Published: October-November 1937, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Harry "A" Chesler (Editor & Publisher); Kenneth Fitch (Managing Editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: The indicia, printed on the Table of Contents page, reads as follows: 'STAR RANGER is published monthly by Ultem Publications, Inc., Mount Morris, Illinois. Editorial office, 276 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Entered as second class matter at post office, Mount Morris, Illinois, under act of March 3, 1879. Subscription price: 12 issues in the United States and its possessions and Canada, $1.00. Single copies, 10 cents. The publishers accept no responsibility for unsolicited drawings or manuscripts but will exercise due care in handling same. Drawings and manuscripts, to receive consideration, must be accompanied by postage sufficient to insure their return to owner. BEFORE SUBMITTING DRAWINGS OR MANUSCRIPTS WRITE FOR INSTRUCTIONS. This magazine printed in U. S. A. and entire contents COPYRIGHTED, 1937, by ULTEM PUBLICATIONS, INC. All rights reserved.'
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Cowboy Jake
Credits: Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor Western-frontier

Foreword, Introduction, Preface, Afterword (1 page) A Bit Off the Trail
Featuring: The Roundup
Synopsis: A promo for Centaur's sister titles, Star Comics, Funny Pages, and Funny Picture Stories.
Credits: Script: Harry Chesler | Letters: typeset

Table Of Contents (1 page) Table of Contents
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (1 page) Chief White Wolf
Credits: Script: Richard Speed | Pencils: Richard Speed | Inks: Richard Speed
Genre: Non-fiction Biography Western-frontier
Characters: Chief White Wolf Buffalo Bill Cody

Comic Story (2 pages) "Aw, I didn't know it was that bad!"
Featuring: Tenderfoot Joe
Synopsis: Joe is put to work as the chef when the regular cook goes on strike, but isn't really suited for the job.
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab (signed) | Pencils: Fred Schwab (signed) | Inks: Fred Schwab (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Tenderfoot Joe

Comic Story (1 page) "Hello Mary - How's things at the cabin?"
Featuring: Tenderfoot Mary
Synopsis: Mary has rats in her cabin.
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab | Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor Western-frontier
Characters: Tenderfoot Mary

Comic Story (1 page) The Little Papoose
Synopsis: a poem to a Native American baby
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer | Pencils: Fred Guardineer | Inks: Fred Guardineer
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (2 pages) "The Mayor of the City wore a very troubled look"
Featuring: Cowboy Jake
Synopsis: the story of how Jake rid the town of the tough guy with his wits.
Credits: Pencils: Charles Biro ? | Inks: Charles Biro ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Cowboy Jake

Comic Story (2 pages) "That's a right smart dog I got there, Lou"
Featuring: Lyin' Lou
Synopsis: Lou spins a tale about how smart his dog was.
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer | Pencils: Fred Guardineer | Inks: Fred Guardineer
Characters: Lyin' Lou

Comic Story (2 pages) "Run home little boy and ride your hobby horse"
Featuring: Wild West Junior
Synopsis: Junior signs up for the rodeo, despite the taunts about his age, throws the bull, rescues the damsel in distress...all before his Mom wakes him for school.
Credits: Script: Charles Biro | Pencils: Charles Biro | Inks: Charles Biro
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "McGee, yah boined down a bank last week..."
Featuring: Killer McGee
Synopsis: Killer McGee can calmly take being called a menace and thief, but won't abide being accused of eating onions.
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab | Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor Western-frontier
Characters: Killer McGee

Comic Story (1 page) John Dillinger
Synopsis: Facts about the life and death of infamous outlaw John Dillinger.
Credits: Script: Richard Speed | Pencils: Richard Speed | Inks: Richard Speed
Genre: Non-fiction Biography Crime
Characters: John Dillinger

Comic Story (5 pages) Dynamite Trail
Synopsis: A ranger investigates strange accidents at a mining operation and finds a disgruntled employee.
Credits: Pencils: Frank Frollo ? | Inks: Frank Frollo ?

Comic Story (4 pages) "Two Noo Yawk gentlemen arriving on the 2:15..."
Featuring: Ace and Deuce
Synopsis: A couple New York City mob members come to the Dude ranch to lay low, but Ace and Deuce sniff them out.
Credits: Script: W. M. Allison | Pencils: W. M. Allison | Inks: W. M. Allison
Characters: Ace Deuce

Text Story (7 pages) Killer's Horse
Credits: Script: Tom Curry (credited) | Pencils: Frank Frollo (signed) | Inks: Frank Frollo (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Illustration (2 pages) One Less Horse-Thief!
Credits: Pencils: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Inks: Fred Guardineer (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (3 pages) "They won't be any chuck tonight, men."
Featuring: Bad Medicine
Credits: Script: Fred Guardineer (signed) [as F.B.G.] | Pencils: Fred Guardineer (signed) [as F.B.G.] | Inks: Fred Guardineer (signed) [as F.B.G.]
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (3 pages) "Mighty fine hoss flesh, kid."
Featuring: Grizzly Dunn
Synopsis: Grizzly gets challenged to a horse race.
Credits: Script: Rafael Astarita (signed) | Pencils: Rafael Astarita (signed) | Inks: Rafael Astarita (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Grizzly Dunn

Comic Story (6 pages) Errand of Mercy
Credits: Script: Norman Daniels
Genre: Adventure

Text Article (1 page) Big Trees in America
Synopsis: Lore about the history of trees in America, and of giant pre-historic petrified tree remains in Arizona.
Credits: Script: Richard Speed | Pencils: Richard Speed | Inks: Richard Speed
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (1 page) Words Without Music
Synopsis: a lyrical poem about migrant cowboys looking for work.
Credits: Script: ? [as Todmoro] | Pencils: ? [as Todmoro] | Inks: ? [as Todmoro]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Null Void

Comic Story (2 pages) "This round up is a tuff job, eh, Void?"
Featuring: Null and Void
Credits: Script: ? [as Todmoro] (signed) | Pencils: ? [as Todmoro] (signed) | Inks: ? [as Todmoro] (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Null Void

Comic Story (1 page) "Aren't those flowers beautiful!"
Featuring: Homeless Oscar
Credits: Script: Dick Ryan | Pencils: Dick Ryan | Inks: Dick Ryan
Genre: Anthropomorphic-funny Animals
Characters: Homeless Oscar (a Skunk)

Comic Story (4 pages) "Shore is a tough break for your Dad..."
Featuring: Death's Head Range
Synopsis: Bob Horn lives on his Dad's ranch, which has a valuable oil well just across the fence on his neighbor's property. Bob discovers by accident that the neighbor moved the fence, and that the well is really his father's property.
Credits: Script: Irving Frisch | Pencils: Rafael Astarita | Inks: Rafael Astarita
Characters: Bob Horn

Comic Story (6 pages) Marked Bullets
Credits: Script: Will Harr (credited) | Pencils: Rafael Astarita ? | Inks: Rafael Astarita ?
Genre: Western-frontier

Cartoon (1 page) "I hope no calls come in..."
Featuring: Jest A Laugh
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab | Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "Say - Join me in a drink Buddy!"
Featuring: Jess Phoolin
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab | Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor
Characters: Jess Phoolin

Cartoon (1 page) "Could we interest you in our latest super-electric Frigidaire?"
Featuring: Jest the Type
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab ? | Pencils: Fred Schwab ? | Inks: Fred Schwab ?
Genre: Humor

Comic Story (1 page) "We're the guys for ya!"
Featuring: Lonesome Luke
Credits: Script: Fred Schwab | Pencils: Fred Schwab | Inks: Fred Schwab
Genre: Humor
Characters: Lonesome Luke

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