Here's two stories from a Tubby comic from 1960 featuring the art of Joseph Lloyd White. White was one of the Dell artists, along with Dan Gormley and Irving Tripp, who frequently worked doing finishes for John Stanley. This is much too late in the game for Stanley to have had any contribution here, however. Still, it's very funny Tub. I am glad to see Lloyd White getting a bit of recognition with the recent release of Tubby from Drawn and Quarterly. Download: Entire Post!
"Boy On The Moon" features Tubby nemisis, Wilbur Van Snobbe, and Tub's sidekick, Iggy. Iggy is just so . . . Iggy; and serves as a demonstration of simple, perfect character design.
For those that may not know, the little spacemen in this second story, "Toothday," are little men from mars who first appeared in Marge's Tubby No. 9 and became reoccurring characters; helping Tub out of (or getting him into) fixes.
This ad for the Hiawatha "707" bike comes from the same issue. This baby had an Iridite finish, jet-style chain guard, and white sidewalls. Plus, you could trade in your old bike as a down payment!