Bruce Day was the original cover art artist for Adventures in Odyssey.
Bruce Charles Day died 11-20-15 four years after a stroke. He is the first of five Day siblings to enter into glory. He was born in Bell, CA, 8-3-39 to Elmo and Marian Kirch Day. Bruce graduated 1957 from Pomona High School, and entered the U.S. Army, serving 3 years. He played football at the U of Utah, where he met his wife, Carrol Allen, and they were married 12-27-64 after he had played some professional football. Bruce was an illustrator for 45 years, which was also his hobby. He delighted in doing cartoons to make people laugh, and some to make people think. Another hobby was doing puppets with his children to entertain and teach others. Bruce's very greatest accomplishment was at age 32 when, while listening to Christian radio, the speaker helped him realize he was a sinner in need of a Savior. He bowed his knee to Jesus Christ for forgiveness, and received free and full salvation. He grew to love the Lord very, very much and was happy to help his children and others know his Savior. Bruce is waiting for all his loved ones to meet him in heaven: his wife, Carrol; children and families: Amber Day (Kevin Flynn), Boise; Jubal and Mary Day, Ronin and Caden, Ft.Bragg, N.C.; Scarlet and Marc Vandenbos, Rowan and Vincent, Meridian; Roman Day, Seattle, WA; Summer and Aaron Vandenbos, Jubalee, Tremain, Capri, Aspen, and Royal, of San Antonio, TX. His siblings: Doug Day (Jena)Temecula, CA; Barbara Morris (Chuck) Bend, OR.; Steve Day (Glenda) Phelan, CA; Thomas Day, Upland, CA A viewing will be held Sunday, Nov. 29, 4 to 6 p.m. at Cloverdale Funeral Home. Services will be held Monday, Nov. 30, at 10:30 a.m. at Treasure Valley Baptist Church, 1300 S. Teare Ave., Meridian, Idaho, 83642. Nursery provided. Memorials may be made to Boise Rescue Mission, 308 S. 24th St., Boise.83702 or to the Missions program at TVBC.
Published in Idaho Statesman on Nov. 25, 2015
Kids' Radio equipment.
A generic picture with Whit; it was later used in the 2012 release of Family Portraits
A rare look at Eugene.
Whit is talking to someone.
A sketch of a scene from #39: “The Case of the Secret Room”
A finished version of the previous scene; from the front of Grins, Grabbers, and Great Getaways
This scene may have been meant for the #10: “Nothing to Fear”
A scene from #102: “The Treasure of LeMonde!”
Another scene from #102: “The Treasure of LeMonde!”; it resembles the album cover of Terrific Tales, Mysterious Missions, but is not the same
Another scene from #102: “The Treasure of LeMonde!”; it was pitched for the cover of Terrific Tales, Mysterious Missions
From Clubhouse Magazine
A scene from #64: “The Greatest of These”