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The Three Maidens and The Water Jug

Ray Billingsley present an original tale to celebrate Kwanzaa.



© KFS

The story begins today in the Curtis comic strip.

Community Comments

#1 Kathi Basile
January/2/2022
@ 10:14 am

The Asbury Park Press did not print a newspaper on New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day so I do not know how the Three Maidens and The Water Jug ended. I was following cartoon strip and am disappointed because I do not know the ending.

#2 D. D. Degg
January/2/2022
@ 12:27 pm

Kathi,
None of the Gannett newspapers published on Dec. 31 or Jan. 1,
The Press, being a Gannett newspaper, followed suit.
The good news is the strip is available at Comics Kingdom:
https://comicskingdom.com/curtis/
The bad news is Comics Kingdom is down as I write this.
So go to these Seattle Post-Intelligencer pages:
Dec 31: https://v7.comicskingdom.net/comics/curtis/2021-12-31/?widgetId=109
Jan. 1: https://v7.comicskingdom.net/comics/curtis/2022-01-01/?widgetId=109

Also: The Three Maidens and The Water Jug continues into next week (or it had a rather abrupt ending).

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