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Issue: #8 Published: June 1958, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Pat Masulli (Executive Editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Newsprint Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
Jane is frustrated with her relationship with Joe. She writes a letter about it to Miss Truvall's Advice to the Lovelorn column, signing only her initials. When the letter in published in the paper, Joe figures out the letter was from Jane and confesses his love for her.
After breaking off a previous relationship, Fran Ellis established an independent life as a secretary. But when that business brought her in contact with Carl Tully, she found herself unable to stop thinking about him.
Sandy is in love with Jack, but Jack only has eyes for Vikki. Despite her feelings for Jack, Sandy tries to help Jack and Vikki get together. Eventually, Jack sees that Sandy is the right girl for him.
When the super's nephew attempts to fix a leaky faucet in the apartment of Linda Seavers and her mother, the sink comes off the wall. Since washing dishes is now impossible, he offers to take them out to eat. Linda's mother declines, but Linda accepts and love ensues.
Helen McGrath was planning her future with conservative, successful, but dull man. But Helen's boss sends her to Paris where she meets a wastrel, Pike Marsh. Despite her plans, Helen falls in love with Pike.
Madge Bowman was living in a cottage with her aunt. The next door neighbor aggravated Madge with his noisy friends. When she tries to confront the neighbor, she actually meets the neighbor's cousin, Guy. Eventually she and Guy decide to get married.