Monday Cartoon Day.
Sunday supplements carrying the Associated Press strips must be among the most rare out there. They had a great roster of talent and quite few successful series, such as Scorchy Smith, Patsy in Hollywood, Oaky Doaks and Dicky Dare. But most of these strips were sold to small papers that only had daily editions. The only Sundays I have even found are from the late forties, with the ones from the early fifties and the early to mid forties among the most rare. I have never seen Sunday pages from Frank Robbins' Scorchy Smith, or the version of that strip done from 1952 onwards by A. C. Hollingsworth and George Tuska. Among the lesser known strips from this syndicate is Hank Barrow's Things To Come, a delightful Sunday only strip about future inventions. When Barrow left in the late forties the art was taken over by another artist who kept the project going till 1953. I'd love to see more of these in color, but the black and white source I found a pretty good.