||Sheila moves back into her family's mansion to help her father after her mother's death. She is reunited with Tupper, the son of the family's former caretaker. They are attracted to each other, but Sheila's mother had told her to "marry in your class." Sheila asks Tupper to park cars at a big party she's giving, then learns he's actually richer than her family now. Sheila is embarrassed but Tupper doesn't care: he loves her.
||Pencils: Charles Nicholas (signed)|