Here are a couple of examples of Oma's cartoon strip. If my memory serves me right I'm pretty sure that she titled it, "Secretary", From what i can gather it is about a flirty secretary trying to chat up a clerk while her boss is trying to play hanky panky with her.
There was some story that Oma had approached a news paper but was unsuccessful.
I'll post more up tomorrow night. They are hard to scan as she drew them on large card board sheets. I may have to photograph the rest. I've noticed on some she has written in speech bubbles but the text is faded.
It's interesting to see that she used little motion lines to sugest movement, this is a very cartoonie. Her style is a little naive in some aspects but there is no doubting that she had a good imagination and could draw. I know that she loved watching cartoons and The Flinstones was a favourite of hers as was the 'funnies" in the news paper, "Blondie", "Li'lAbner", 'Ginger Meggs" would have been her inspirations.