||Fred marries Mary on her 18th birthday; she discovers that, like her father, he's a nasty drunk. Fred dies, and Mary raises their child on her own. Mary moves home to help care for her mother, and gets a job but refuses to date any of her co-workers. She changes her mind when Tom asks her out. However, when she tells him she's a widowed mother, he says "I can't marry you now." Mary agrees to wed Mr. Hunt, the company president, an older man. Tom explains he had to get a promotion before he could support a family: he can afford to marry Mary now. Mr. Hunt releases Mary from her obligation.
||Pencils: Louis Zansky | Inks: Louis Zansky|