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Lovers' Lane 011 JVJ (c2c)

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6-January-2013 11:00 am
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Username: Netasha
Comment: Apr/1951
6-January-2013 5:44 pm
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Username: crashryan
Comment: Bob Fujitani painted a nice series of covers for these Gleason romances!
 
 

Issue: #11
Published: April 1951, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Charles Biro (credited); Bob Wood (credited)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Every Girl's Love Song
Credits: Pencils: Bob Fujitani [as B. Fuje] (painted, signed) | Inks: Bob Fujitani [as B. Fuje] (painted, signed) | Colours: Bob Fujitani [as B. Fuje] (painted, signed)
Genre: Romance

Advertisement (1 page) How "Mini-Gym" Turns Dateless Dorothy into Dazzling Dotty!
Featuring: Mini-Gym Corp.
Genre: Sports
Characters: Bill Dorothy Harry

Comic Story (8 pages) Fair Exchange
Synopsis: Lynn’s parents refuse to let her date because she’s only 15 but she convinces them to relent. Tom is interested in Lynn but she prefers Frank, while her friend Peggy has a crush on Tom. Lynn and Peggy switch baby-sitting jobs: Lynn works where Frank is tutoring the family’s son, and Peggy is escorted home by Tom, who expected to see Lynn. Peggy and Lynn thus each get a date with the boy they prefer.
Credits: Pencils: Ruth Atkinson | Inks: Ruth Atkinson
Genre: Romance
Characters: Frank Martin Lynn Miss Higgins Peggy Tom Mr. Jamison Mrs. Jamison Billy Clarke

Public Service Announcement (1 page) Uncle Sam Has a Green Thumb
Featuring: U.S. Savings Bonds
Credits: Script: Charles Biro (credited) | Pencils: Charles Biro (credited) | Inks: Charles Biro (credited)
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Uncle Sam

Comic Story (8 pages) Letter to My Husband
Synopsis: Newlyweds Carol and Dick have different attitudes about money: he is thrifty, she is not. He gives her $200 to buy furniture but stipulates she has to pay in full. Carol spends some of the cash on clothes and has to purchase the furniture on the installment plan, keeping this a secret from Dick. She goes further into debt and can’t make the payments. When the store sends Dick a collection letter, Carol burns it. She eventually confesses and Dick says he knew about the debt but was waiting for her to tell him. They reconcile.
Credits: Pencils: Allen Baron [as Baron] (signed) | Inks: Allen Baron [as Baron] (signed)
Genre: Romance
Characters: Carol Henley Dick Henley Mr. Shannon Mr. Henley Mrs. Henley

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: How Did He Propose?
Synopsis: Wendy’s friend Lil says the country club dance is the perfect spot for Pete to propose to Wendy. However, at the dance Wendy sees Lil go out into the garden with Pete and gets jealous: Pete explains that he was asking Lil how to propose marriage to Wendy. Wendy accepts.
Credits: Pencils: Al Wenzel | Inks: Al Wenzel
Genre: Non-fiction Romance
Characters: Lil Pete Ralph Wendy

Comic Story (8 pages) This Time Forever
Synopsis: Alice loves Dr. Bob but when he decides to open his practice in their small town instead of going to New York, Alice says she won’t marry him: she would prefer to move to the city. When Alice’s grandfather falls ill, Bob can’t attend to him right away because of another emergency case involving a woman in childbirth. Gramp survives and says Bob did the right thing. Alice is angry, but when Bob enlists in the Army, she admits she loves him and they will be married.
Credits: Pencils: Al Bare | Inks: Al Bare
Genre: Romance
Characters: Alice Craig Dr. Bob Owens Gramp Craig Tess Biff (a Cat)

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: The Love Clinic
Synopsis: Eloise responds to a reader's letter, instructing her in how to relate to people.
Credits: Script: Eloise Taylor
Genre: Non-fiction Romance
Characters: Eloise Taylor Ethel B. Joyce

Letters Page (2 pages)
Featuring: Love Problems
Credits: Script: Eloise Taylor (credited) | Pencils: Al Bare | Inks: Al Bare | Letters: typeset
Genre: Romance Non-fiction
Characters: Eloise Taylor

Text Article (1 page) Money on Stamps
Featuring: Stamp Page
Credits: Script: Sidney M. Elias (credited) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (8 pages) Every Girl's Love Song
Synopsis: Lois becomes friends with Bill because she plays the piano and he sings. Her friend Gail suggests Bill is using Lois as an unpaid accompanist. Bill becomes angry when Lois confronts him, and they break up. Gail moves in on Bill. Lois dates Jerry and encourages him to sing. However, Gail is not a good pianist and Jerry can’t sing. Lois quits the piano and Bill stops singing, but they are reunited when a teacher asks them to perform at a school function.
Credits: Pencils: Fred Kida ? | Inks: Al Wenzel
Genre: Romance
Characters: Bill Scott Gail Henry Jerry Lois Miss Anderson Miss Dean

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