Above: a cartoon by George Wolfe. Note how just the outline of the house roofline conveys the sense of place economically.
Before Tom Sager throws out the smelly old pile of magazines that have been in the barn for fifty years, he's scanning in the cartoons specifically to share here.
I'm grateful to Tom since these are magazine titles that don't necessarily come to mind when thinking about 1960s gag cartoon markets.
Let's begin with Stan and Jan Berenstain, who did "It's All in the Family," a regular series for McCall's that was reprinted in many books during the decade:
Jerry Marcus pokes fun at teens in this feature I had not heard of until today titled "Our Julie:"