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Original upload by Kracalactaka
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Issue: #76
Published: August 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Harry Shorten
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S.; Later Standard Silver Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Suzie
Credits: Pencils: Samm Schwartz [as Sam] (signed) | Inks: Samm Schwartz [as Sam] (signed) | Letters: Samm Schwartz [as Sam] (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Suzie

Comic Story (5 pages) Dough Nuts
Featuring: Suzie
Synopsis: Ferdie tries to raise money to take Suzie to a dance by playing the market. But he chooses the wrong market.
Credits: Script: Sy Reit ? | Pencils: Samm Schwartz | Inks: Terry Szenics ? | Letters: Terry Szenics ?
Genre: Humor
Characters: Suzie Ferdie Greg Van Dripp Uncle Blunderbuss

Comic Story (8 pages) Atomic Comic
Featuring: Suzie
Synopsis: Stung by Suzie's comments about his looks, Ferdie decides to become a comedian.
Credits: Pencils: Samm Schwartz
Genre: Humor
Characters: Suzie Ferdie Uncle Blunderbuss

Advertisement (1 page) The "Popsicle" Hall of Fame: Carolyn Walker
Featuring: Popsicle
Synopsis: Dramatization of how Carolyn Walker's quick thinking saved her family from a house fire.
Credits: Pencils: Creig Flessel | Inks: Creig Flessel | Letters: Creig Flessel
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Carolyn Walker Popsicle Pete

Comic Story (7 pages) Beauty and the Beach
Featuring: Suzie
Synopsis: When Gregory is reluctant to accompany Suzie and Ferdie to the beach, Ferdie thinks he's finally got Suzie to himself.
Genre: Humor
Characters: Suzie Ferdie Gregory Van Dripp

Comic Story (6 pages) That's My Pop
Featuring: Ginger
Synopsis: Ginger's father gets into a stew because Ginger's latest infatuation seems to be too cheap to take her on a proper date in his eyes.
Credits: Script: Frank Doyle ? | Pencils: Harry Lucey
Genre: Teen
Characters: Ginger Snap Mr. Snap Tommy Burns

Text Article (2 pages) A Message About Polio
Synopsis: Article explaining the recent breakthrough in the treatment of polio, urging readers to get immunized.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Advocacy

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Katy Keene
Synopsis: Katy is overwhelmed by her volume of fan mail, and so is her postman.
Credits: Script: Bill Woggon (signed) | Pencils: Bill Woggon (signed) | Inks: Bill Woggon (faces); ?
Genre: Humor Fashion
Characters: Katy Keene Smiley The Postman Sis Randy Van Ronson

Illustration (1 page) Fashions for Sis
Featuring: Katy Keene
Synopsis: A Sis figure which can be cut out as a paper doll, and a series of different dresses which can be placed on the doll.
Credits: Script: Bill Woggon (signed) | Pencils: Bill Woggon (signed) | Inks: Bill Woggon (faces); ?
Genre: Fashion
Characters: Sis

Comic Story (4 pages) Vanish Varnish
Featuring: Suzie
Synopsis: Ferdie invents a varnish that turns objects invisible and Suzie's father sees it as a way to easy street.
Credits: Pencils: Samm Schwartz | Inks: Samm Schwartz | Letters: Samm Schwartz
Genre: Humor
Characters: Suzie Ferdie Suzie's Father

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