06/30/2014 5:44 PM
06/30/2014 5:46 PM
The eulogy to political cartoonist Etta Hulme was an endearing tribute. (“Beloved cartoonist Hulme dies,” Friday.)
As a trailblazer for women cartoonists, she and columnist Molly Ivins were an exacta combo.
Etta’s cartoons may have provoked some, but that was the intent — to get folks to think and talk about her message beyond the satire.
She leaves an indelible mark on everyone who read the newspaper and appreciated her cartoons.
— April Rogers, Fort Worth
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