Monday Cartoon Day.
For comic strip collectors Our New Age is most remembered for the years it was drawn by Gene Fawcette, who at that time was also doing stories for Dell's 'horror' and science fiction books (like The Twilight Zone and Boris Karloff). The earlier version was by Earl Cros, about whom I have written earlier. Here we can see how the features switched artist in mid 1962. It also looks as if that's the time it changed from a three tier to a two tier strip.