||18-year-old Patty decides to marry Jim, against her parents’ advice. She has to keep her factory job to help pay the bills, and soon finds keeping house and working a full-time job is difficult and tiring. Jim and Patty squabble over money; he takes a night course so he can get a raise. Patty, left alone more than ever, decides to leave Jim. Patty's mature co-worker Mrs. Stewart says a successful marriage requires time and dedication: Patty has to think of herself as part of a couple, not a selfish individual. Patty and Jim reconcile.
||Pencils: Mort Lawrence (signed) | Letters: Ed Hamilton|