This one's a little out of my normal bailiwick, being published in 1952, but I just read this story and found it hilarious. ACG briefly came out with a comic called Dizzy Dames (subtitled Screwballs in Skirts). Nowadays, of course, it would be decried as sexist, but was it back then? Remember, this was the era where comedy duos relied on one dimwit and one straight-man. Were Burns and Allen sexist, or I Love Lucy? And of course it was not uncommon for the shoe to be placed on the other foot; the Honeymooners is a classic example of a sensible wife exasperated with her buffoonish hubby.
Anyway, I loved this story and had to share it with you. Any idea who the artist is? His work is deceptively simple but very expressive.