Didn’t I just show a hillbilly story a couple a few weeks ago? Sure did, from Babe #2 by Boody Rogers. A hillbilly, according to Merriam-Webster’s Learning Dictionary is “a person who lives in the country far away from cities and who is often regarded as someone who lacks education, who is stupid, etc.” It is a crude depiction, and is long past a need to be retired. So forgive me, folks, because I don’t want to insult anyone, but I also want to show how popular the spillover from the comic strip Li'l Abner was. Creator Al Capp was a satirist, and his comic strip about the residents of Dogpatch was very popular. There were imitations, including Looey Lazybones. The last few Looey stories (the feature ended in Thrilling Comics #73), were drawn by Frank Frazetta.
This episode was published toward the end of the series, from Thrilling Comics #70 (1949).