1937 -38


(Jan 37 “Aye, Mrs Simpson...” P395 wash)                                     (Feb 37 ”Bejabers”-wash. P421)

Dec 38 “Taking them to see the Shops”.P345



                1939                                                                                                                       1940

JAN.       Gale Havoc P396                                                                   JAN.  Owner-Driver P367

FEB.       St. Valentine’s Day P431                                                       FEB.  St. Valentine’s Day & Leap Year P395

MAR.     St. Patrick’s Night Dance P11.                                             MAR. March Winds P 433

APR.       Spring Fashions Show P 43                                                   APR. Cartoon - No Ballyscunnion. ( in hospital)

MAY      Maytime in Ballyscunnion. P77                                           MAY  (--- None of Glenn’s.)

JUN        A Tourist at Ballyscunnion.P                                                JUN  At Ballyscunnion Market. P 513


JUL       High Finance P 140                                                                   JUL  Here is the News P537  30Y


AUG.     Horse Show at Ballysc. P187 & see P172                            AUG No Bally.(2 cartoons)


SEP.        Gypsies at Ballyscunnion P229                                            SEPT No Bally. (4 cartoons.)


OCT      Black-out in Ballyscunnion. P255                                         OCT Wash. ”And if you can’t match... “P321


NOV      In Bally. “Me Da’ says...” P289                                            NOV. No Bally. (Cartoon P3 50)


DEC.     Musical Evening P333                                                             DEC. No Bally. Cartoon P 383


1941 - 45


1941 No Bally. (Jan,Sep.Dec.cartoons).                                         1942 No Ballyscunnions (Feb,Aug, Oct cartoons)

1943 No Bally. (Cartoons in Feb.)                                                   1944 No Balllyscunnion.(CartoonsJan,Feb,Mar,Dec.)

1945 No Ballyscunnions. (Cartoons in Jan, Mar, Apr, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec).















JAN. No Ballyscunnion                                                                       JULY Ballyscunnion: Lido P147


FEB No Ballyscunnion                                                                       AUG No Ballyscunnion or cartoons


MAR No Ballyscunnion but scraperboard. P10                            SEPT No Ballyscunnion or cartoons


APR No Ballyscunnion. (Cartoon)                                                   OCT “Big Business in Ballyscunnion.”P245


MAY No Ballyscunnion. (Cartoon P 74)                                        NOV On the Production Line in Ballyscunnion. P281


JUNE No Ballyscunnion                                                                    DEC. Decorating the House for Christmas P327




                1947                                                                                                       1948

JAN Wet Weather Trans.P383                                                          JAN Salon at Bally. P379

FEB Brainstrust P 415/ Oct 51                                                          FEB Going to the Pictures P 407

MAR “Drown the Shamrock..” P15                                                 MAR Spring P 17 R

APR Easter Parade at B. P47                                                            APR April the First P 53.

MAY Literary Criticism P79                                                              MAY The Iron Curtain P89 30 Y & 40 Y & O

JUN June Wedding at B. Pill                                                              JUN A Bit of a Coolness P 125

JUL Thunder over Ballyscunnion.P138                                          JUL Ballyscunnion Breaking-up Day.P163

AUG With Rod, Line & Worm P181                                                AUG Exports & Imports P203

SEP September Morn P213 as Sep.51                                             SEP Four Power Conference P241 & O.*

OCT Half Dollar Crisis in B. P245                                                    OCT Cigarette Shortage P 279

NOV November in B. “Aye, signs... “P277                                     NOV The New Hemline P 317 30Y

DEC Silent Night, Holy Night P325.30Y                                         DEC Christmas Eve in B. P371 (cart, bridge)










                1949                                                                                                       1950

JAN Holiday for Strings P 427                                                          JAN Ice Carnival P 475

FEB The Parting of the Waves P467                                               FEB Hunt Ball P 509

MAR Epidemic P 19                                                                           MAR “Just a Song at Twilight.” P19

APR Child Psychology P 59                                                              APR Rustle of Spring P57, 30Y

MAY Queen of the May P 103                                                         MAY Lilac Time P 99  R

JUN Fashionable/Summer! Prints P141.*                                       JUN Midsummer Daydream P 141 30y p35

JUL The Old Curiosity Shop P185 30y.40Y & O                          JUL Home for the Holiday.P181

AUG Holiday P 229                                                                            AUG The Horse Show P 217

SEP Cocktail Party P273 30y P25                                                   SEP Night Classes P255

OCT The Ballyscunnion Blazers P315.30 Y                                  OCT Ballet Scunnion P 295

NOV Central Heating P 357                                                              NOV His Master’s Voice P335 & 30Y.

DEC Christmas Dinner P 403 30Y                                                   DEC The Story of Santa Claus P395


                1951                                                                                                       1952

JAN “Blow, blow thou Winter Wind. “(no P)                                  JAN The Second Turkey P419

FEB Here is the Weather Forecast P485                                         FEB Ballyscunnion Enterprise P455

MAR The Flowers that bloom. P17 30Y   R                                   MAR Spring Song P 17 R

APR Art Gallery P53           30Y                                                        APR Easter Monday Parade P53 R

MAY The Lark in the Clear Air P87 .30Y & 40Y                          MAY Debutante P87 30Y & O R

JUN Haute Couture P 121                                                                 JUN Treasure Island P 119

JUL Sur le Pont P 155 (Accordion.)                                                  JUL Bottleneck in B. P 151

AUG Pipe Line in Ballyscunnion. P 189                                          AUG Breaking Up Day not published as strike on

SEP September Morn P 225                                                             SEP Beauty Competition (no page no in mag)  R

OCT Back to School p 263 (Brainstrust F.47)                               OCT Cub hunting is about to begin P 215

NOV Good, Clean, Sport P 303                                                        NOV Through the Sound Barrier P247. 40Y&O. R

DEC Decorating the House for Christmas P363                           DEC On Christmas Day in the Morning P299


                            1953                                                                                                           1954

JAN Pantomime on Ice P 347                                                           JAN First Footing P 371

FEB Facing the Music P 375                                                             FEB Backroom Boys P 399 (1 cut)~

MAR A Ia Carte P15                                                                          MAR Gone with the Wind P15

APR Another April Shower P 47                                                       APR Eclipse of the Sun P 47

MAY The Young May Moon P79                                                   MAY Radio-active Dust P 79

JUN Bright Glittering Crown P 111                                                   JUN Sur le Pont (Fiddle) R

JUL The Man  who broke the Bank P143(money box)               JUL Pullman Coach P 143

AUG Almost a Horse Show P 175                                                    AUG Jumping Enclosure P 175

SEP Lipstick P207                                                                               SEP Baker & Confectioner P 207

OCT A Few Friends in to Dinner P239                                             OCT Man of Mars P 239

NOV Disc Jockey P 271                                                                     NOV The Village Smithy Stands P271

DEC Jingle Bells P323                                                                        DEC Christmas Shopping Rush P23



 1955                                                                                                                      1956       -

JAN Gale Warning P 375                                                                   JAN A Slippery Customer P 371

FEB Kitchen Dresser P 407                                                                FEB It’s Leap Year P 399

MAR On his High Horse P15                                                            MAR The Man who broke the Bank (cart,wall)

APR Birds of a Feather P 47                                                             APR A Big Hand for the Guest Artist

MAY Casting a Clout P 79                                                                MAY The Horse Guards P79

JUN Filling Station P 111                                                                   JUN The Garden Party. P111

JUL The Harp that once P143                                                          JUL The Dam Busters P 143

AUG Luxury Tour P175                                                                     AUG A Seat on the Board P175

SEP All cut and dried P 207                                                               SEP Canal Trouble P 207

OCT A Night at the Opera P 239                                                      OCT Extra- Mural Studies P 239

NOV Early Morning Fog Patches P 271                                          NOV. Latin Quarter P2W 40Y P161

DEC Home for Christmas P 329                                                      DEC I see a Fair Stranger P 311

              1957                                                                                                                         1958                                              

JAN Rock-n-Roll P 347 40Y P247                                                   JAN And the New Year In P 275

FEB The Nursery Slopes P 371                                                         FEB Tubular Lighting P299

MAR Look Cinemascope P395                                                       MAR Doing the Pools P11

APR In your Easter Bonnet P 35 (bees)                                          APR Summit Conference P 35

MAY The Oil flows again. P59                                                         MAY Keeping her in Stitches P59

JUN Comfortably off. P 83 40 Y P133                                           JUN Slipped Disk P 83

JUL Water Diviner P107 40 Y P41, original                                   JUL Gentlemen’s Outfitter P 107 R

AUG Telephone Tapping P 125                                                        AUG Reading between the Lines P131 R

SEP Vintage Car P 155                                                                       SEP Gilt Edged P155, .

OCT In at the Death P179                                                                 OCT The Lady with the Lamp P 179 2Rs

NOV Bally. Satellite is launched P203                                            NOV One for the Road P 203 R

DEC Making a clean Breast of it P 237  R                                     DEC Icing the Cake P 239

             1959                                                                                                                          1960

JAN Sporting Print P 275                                                                    JAN Ushering in the Gay 60s P339

FEB Man in Outer Space P299 40Y P231                                      FEB Putting the Words into his Mouth.P371

MAR She is far from the Land P 11                                                MAR The Bohemian Girl P15.

APR Fashion comes in Cycles P35                                                  APR Putting Woman on a Pedestal P47

MAY String Quartet P59                                                                    MAY Tell her Royal Highness P 79 40Y P 65 R

JUN High Society P 83 R                                                                   JUN Tea on the Lawn P111 R

JUL After Shave Lotion P111                                                           JUL Arabian Nights Entertainment P141

AUG Keeping a Cool Head P 147                                                    AUG Spy Plane over Bally. P 175

SEP “On the other Lock, Sir.” P179                                                 SEP Home in the Rolls P 207

OCT Big Takeover Bid P 211                                                           OCT She moved through the Fair P 239

NOV Travelling by Air P 243                                                             NOV X-Rays Bally. P 271


DEC Regaining her Youth P 289                                                      DEC Highly Strung P 319



1961                                                                                                                       1962


JAN A High Old Time P 367                                                              JAN Fallen Arches P 367

FEB Bullfight in Bally. P 399                                                            FEB Love at First Sight P 399 R

MAR Newspaper Monopoly P 15                                                    MAR Doing the Twist P 15

APR April Shower P 47                                                                       APR La Plume de mon Oncle P 47

MAY The Top Ten P 79                                                                     MAY Where are you going to my Pretty Maid ?  P 77

JUN With Rod, Line and Worm P 111                                            JUN Out in the Midday Sun P 105

JUL When Irish Eyes are smiling P 143                                           JUL Airing his Views P 133 R

AUG Deep Freeze P 175                                                                     AUG Leonardo da Ballyscunnion P 161

SEP Into the Common Market P 207                                             SEP Touching Wood P 189

OCT Disarmament Conference P 239                                            OCT Les Sylphides P 217

NOV Making a Name for himself P 271                                         NOV A Night at the Opera P 245

DEC Deep and Crisp and Even P 319                                             DEC Home for Christmas P 28 3

        1963                                                                                                                               1964

JAN And the New Year In P321 R                                                   JAN Pride and Prejudice P 313 R

FEB We are receiving you loud and clear.P349 R                        FEB Bally. Medical Council P 341 R

MAR And still they gazed P13                                                          MAR In your Easter Bonnet P 13 (car)

APR Where the Rainbow begins P 41 R                                          APR Yes, but do you think the Fashion will hold?      P45                                                                                                                                                

MAY Tuning up the Car P 69                                                           MAY Back Benchers P 77 R

JUN The Meeting of the Waters P 97 R                                          JUN Intermezzo P 109 R

JUL Cowboy P 125 R                                                                         JUL Mixed Bathing P141

AUG This ‘ll larn ye.” P 153                                                            AUG Red Sails in the Sunset P 173 R

SEP The First Man on the Moon P 181                                           SEP Golden Slumbers P 205 R

OCT Soft Lights and Sweet Music P 209 R                                    OCT Leading Lady P 237 R

NOV Light Sleeper P 237 R                                                               NOV Pale Hands I loved P 269 R

DEC “It’s not so much the gift. “p 275                                           DEC Christ Eve. “Oh what Fun” P311R&on back.)

                1965                                                                                                                       1966

JAN Orphans of the Storm P 353                                                     JAN The Great Wall of China P 307 2Rs

FEB Dream Kitchen P 385                                                                FEB “Hold the Line, Please” P 339 R

MAR Supermarket P 15 R                                                                 MAR “It all comes back to me.” p 15

APR Ill fares the Land P 47 R                                                           APR “It’s the Spring.” P47

MAY The Maid of the Mountains P 77 R                                      MAY “I’ll be your Sweetheart.” P 79 R

JUN Elevenses P 111                                                                          JUN June Roses P 111 (“Dang them...) R

JUL Pin-up Girls p 143 R                                                                    JUL “Or would you rather be a Fish?” P 143 R

AUG Bronzage                                                                                     AUG Against the Grain P175 R

SEP The Babes in the Wood P175 R                                               SEP “They laughed when...” P207 R

OCT Going Steady p 207 R?                                                             OCT Son et Lumiere P 239

NOV Indian Summer P 239 R                                                          NOV The Lass with the Delicate air P27l R

DEC Causing a Big Stir P 273 R                                                       DEC “Now that we’ve all got...” p 30


1967                                                                                                                                       1968

JAN New Soles, New Heels & New Uppers P343                           JAN “Did you go out & devalue”P341. R &(“Gilt Edged.”)                                                                                                                                                         

FEB After the Ball was over P 375                                                  FEB “Grandpa has just dropped off.” P373 R

MAR The Computer comes to B. P15 R                                        MAR The Observatory P15 R

APR Marginal Seat P47                                                                     APR Proportional Representation P47 R

MAY Oil Tanker causes Oil Slick Trouble P79 R                          MAY Swinging Ballyscunnion P79. (The Mini and the Maxi Skirt. )

JUN “Something Old, something...” P 111                                      JUN A Flash in the Pan P 111 R

JUL “Do it yourself.” P141 R                                                            JUL And quietly flows the Scunn P143 R

AUG Held up by the Lights P171 R                                                 AUG Coming to a Sticky End P175 R

SEP A Word in his Ear P205 R                                                          SEP Drip dry P 207

OCT A Bit of a Leg-pull P237 R                                                       OCT The Fire was rapidly got under Control P239 R                                                     

NOV Putting his Heart & Sole into it. P 269 R                               NOV Reading Between the Lines P271

DEC  C. Eve "I don’t believe all...” P 303 R                                   DEC Opening Christmas Presents P 307



JAN  ? Missing in British Library- changeover of editors

FEB Carried off her Feet. P13 R

MAR Taking the Waters P11 R

APR Nothing of Glenn’s


MAY No Bally. but cartoon.


This is where W.St J.Glenn's association with the new Dublin Opinion finished.