Speakin' of Li'l Abner, on this day in 1937, Al Capp unleashed "Sadie Hawkins Day" upon the world in his fabulously funny and incredibly illustrated syndicated adventures set in good 'ol Dogpatch U.S.A. If you're not familiar with what this saucy day represents, I'll let good 'ol Wikipedia learn ya, HERE! A very funny story arc, and proved to be one of Capp's finest and most endearingly memorable comic strip moments, as it was immediately adopted into an actual pseudo-folk holiday and still celebrated (typically on November 13th) annually around the country. Columbia Pictures even produced a fun li'l animated film short version in 1944 --which you can watch HERE! If'n that ain't enough, I even have the Super 8mm film (see the pic below!) And land sakes, if all that runnin' 'round 'n bein' chased by lusty li'l ladies leaves ya parched, I've included a few good 'ol orange sody pop ads too-- Lil' Abner themed, of course!