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From the JVJ Collection.
Volume: #5, Issue: #7 (43)
Published: March 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Joe Simon; Jack Kirby
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S.; Later Standard Silver Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Covers; Newsprint Interiors Binding: Saddle-Stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: ? (photograph) | Inks: ? (photograph) | Colours: ? (photograph) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance

Comic Story (10 pages) Fool in Love!
Synopsis: Celia’s boss Phil asks her to make friends with aspiring songwriter Lincoln, so the latter will sell his songs to their publishing firm on favourable terms. Celia and Lincoln fall in love and she’s fired when she types up a fair contract for him. Phil and his partner decide to sign the contract anyway, but Celia resigns to become Lincoln’s wife and manager.
Credits: Script: Jack Kirby ? | Pencils: Jack Kirby | Inks: Joe Simon; Jack Kirby ? | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Celia Hendrix Phil Long Mr. Wyatt Lincoln Cross

Comic Story (3 pages)
Featuring: Nancy Hale's Problem Clinic
Synopsis: Deborah dates cabbie Jerry but wants him to go to college. He insists he doesn’t “need a fancy degree!” Nancy Hale advises: “You ought to be thankful for such an industrious, energetic young man!”
Credits: Pencils: Mort Meskin | Inks: Mort Meskin | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Nancy Hale Deborah L. Jerry

Comic Story (1 page)
Featuring: The Way They Met!
Synopsis: Office worker Rita is complaining to a fellow worker about an almost illegible report sent in by a salesman. A man arrives to see the boss and admits he’s the one who wrote the report. He asks Rita to tutor him in writing reports, over dinner.
Credits: Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Rita K. Leo F. Bellingham Genevieve

Comic Story (8 pages) A Honey of a Sergeant!
Synopsis: Melinda leaves the Army and takes a job at a company, but her strict supervision causes morale to plummet in her division. The boss asks Craig to straighten her out and he does, by faking a crisis and taking Melinda to dinner. When she learns the truth, Melinda rejects him but Craig tells her off and admits he was also in the military and out-ranked her. They reconcile.
Credits: Script: Natalie Krigstein | Pencils: Bill Draut | Inks: Bill Draut | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Melinda Hopkins Craig Jordan Mrs. Rand Mr. Ridges Jean Cherry Mr. Bergner

Text Article (1 page) Your Crowning Glory
Credits: Script: ? [as Charmaine]

Comic Story (7 pages) Say it With Kisses!
Synopsis: Dottie runs a flower shop and Bill becomes her best customer, sending bouquets to his fiancee Mae. Dottie claims she’s also engaged, which is untrue. When Bill leaves town on a business trip, she discovers Mae broke up with him, because he was spending more time buying her flowers than being with her. Bill returns and doesn’t seem sad about Mae, because he really loves Dottie now.
Credits: Pencils: Mort Meskin | Inks: Mort Meskin | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Dottie Reiner Willie Reiner Bill Mason Mr. Spalding Mae Smith

Text Article (1 page) End Those Blues
Credits: Script: ? [as Nancy Hale] | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (9 pages) Gentlemen Prefer Ladies!
Synopsis: Jennifer and her family live in an upscale part of town. When she becomes attracted to radio repairman Mike, she thinks he’s not interested because of his lower socio-economic status. She starts hanging around with the “Horton Street” crowd but Mike likes her even less, because he thinks her new friends are low-class. Mike tells her “it doesn’t pay to lower your standards to try to win a man! Gentlemen always prefer ladies!” and they kiss.
Credits: Pencils: Mort Meskin | Inks: Mort Meskin | Letters: Ben Oda
Genre: Romance
Characters: Jennifer Wilson Mike Miller Sadie Parker Max Willy Keats Mrs. Miller

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