Hilda Terry (1914-2006) was a cartoonist mostly known for Teena, a comic strip about a teenage girl that ran for 20 years in
American newspapers. She was the first woman allowed to join the National
Cartoonists Society in 1950.
During the early
1970s, she became a pioneer in early computer animation, working on giant
animated portraits of baseball players and team mascots that were displayed on
stadium scoreboards. She was also active in many other endeavours, especially
related to the outdoors, such as being a Camp Fire guardian and Blue Bird
leader, encouraging young girls to lead an active life.
This is Jayson Werth - He’s a professional baseball player for the Washington Nationals, formerly of The Toronto Blue Jays, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Philidelphia Phillies. Here’s a photograph I made of him looking out over Washington DC - The town he now plays for.