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Hi-School Romance (1949) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 1
  • Issue #2
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 2

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    Hi-School Romance (1949) 3

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    Photo cover. Three's a Crowd in Love; At school, Judy never noticed Vera until a party; During the party, Vera told Judy that her mother had died, and she had to take care of her father. My Route to Romance text story. I Was the Loneliest Girl in School, pencils by Bob Powell; Boys treat Penny like a princess but she'd rather be treated as an equal. Sweetheart He Left Behind; Bill returns from military service a mature man and ends his relationship with Fran. Baby Sitter's Blues, art by John Sink; Mrs. Pembley wants David, a West Point cadet, to court socially prominent Valerie Brooks but he takes a liking to humble babysitter Jean instead. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

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    Hi-School Romance (1949) 4

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    Hi-School Romance (1949) 5

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    Photo cover. I Was an Outcast, art by Lee Elias; When Claire moved to a new school, she began dating Larry and tried hard to fit in with the friends in his clique; But Sheila was jealous of the attention Larry was giving the new girl and did everything she could to humiliate Claire and make her feel like an outsider. The Taming of a Tomboy, art by Tom Hickey; Donna was the school's best female athlete, but she was really crazy about swing music and wanted to learn to play the trumpet so she could play in a band; When Eddie told her he'd teach her, she was beside herself. House ad for First Romance #6. I Loved A Bad Guy!, art by John Sink; Before going into the service, everyone thought George was a misfit; And after 18 months, when he returned to finish high school, he felt like a fish out of water save for Eve. Dancing Date, art by Bob Powell; Sally and Bobby had just decided to go steady, but at the dance Sally only wants to dance with Dick. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 6

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    Hi-School Romance (1949) 7

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    "The Wrong Girl," art by Warren Kremer; Randy had hoped to become drama critic for the newspaper and was disappointed when he was assigned to interview the new debutantes until he met Ellen; Ellen was young, beautiful and full of life, and Randy fell for her quickly; Ellen found him exciting, but try as he might, none of their interests matched. "I Adored a Beautiful Witch!", art by Tom Gill; Tim was a nightclub singer who always looked to his girlfriend Meg for support; Taking Meg out on a real date for the first time in weeks Tim learned of a coming beauty contest; He encouraged Meg to enter and wasn't surprised when Meg won the first round. "The Shock of My Life!" text story. Hi-school Hi-spots cartoon, art by Paul McCartney. "I Told a White Lie" text story. "My Most Romantic Moment" text story. "A Fight With My Fellow!"; Louella Parkins was the star of the Cobourne debate team, and they were off to Swanton for the State Championships; Last year, Louella had dated Buzzy Brown, captain of the Swanton team, and had fought hard to not fall in love with him. "I Played His Game" text story. "Principal's Daughter," art by Ray Bailey; Sylvia Landon's father was the school principal and made a point of picking out her daughter's dates; Jerry Mix, the star football player was kept from Sylvia because of his academic record, but Nat Hawthorne, the boy Sylvia's father chose, was as exciting as watching paint dry. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 8

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    Cover pencils by Al Avison. "Secrets of a Star"; Emily is "discovered" and offered a career as a movie actress; Her name is changed, she has to keep her marriage to Felix a secret, and even move into an apartment of her own; Felix has enough and leaves her. Emily is a success. "No Other Choice," art by Bob Powell; Judy and her widowed father operate a farm; They hope to get out of debt by winning a race with their horse "Judys Boy"; Neighbor Tim loves Judy but she thinks hes romancing her so her father will sell his water rights; Tim and Judy compete in the big race; Judys horse is badly injured and has to be destroyed. Judy unfairly blames Tim. "Wallflower"; Nancy is a "wallflower" at school but hopes dance instructor Dan can solve her shyness problem. "My Hospital Romance," art by Warren Kremer; Judith enrolls in nursing school and is informed of strict rules regarding socializing with the doctors; Steady Dr. Alfred and womanizing Dr. Raymond date her, Alfred with the schools permission, Raymond without; Judith chooses Raymond but after he cheats on her with Elaine, she accepts Alfreds marriage proposal. "They Laughed at Me!" text story, art by Bob Powell. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 9

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    "I Was a Dime a Dance Girl" Cover Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 10

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    Cover art by Al Avison. 3 on an Island, art by Lee Elias; Enid, the school's champion swimmer, has always liked Brad, but he is going steady with Sally; During a school outing on a boat, a freak accident leaves the three stranded on an island. My Sister's Husband, art by Al Avison; Ruth lived with her sister Ginny and her husband Spence, but all was not going well for the married couple. Unfaithful, art by John Sink; Gladys never thought that when she took the job as Dr. Henry Norman's assistant that she would end up engaged to him; Her euphoria was broken one day when she came in to help Henry with an experiment. Not Good Enough - For Me!, art by Tom Hickey; In Europe, Stella's family had been royalty and her mother resents that she has lost all of that by coming to America. House ad for subscriptions to Harvey line of romance comics. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 11

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  • Issue #12
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 12

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    Bob Powell art; "Anybody's Girl" Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 13
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    Cover pencils by Al Avison. "Midnight Lover!", art by Lee Elias; Jan Roberts and Brad Curtis are engaged; But Jan has had enough of Brad controlling her every move and leaves him, taking the train to Rocky Lake in northern New England; She stays at the inn and goes for a midnight swim where she accidentally meets Steve Spencer. "A Night To Be Loved"; A girl lies to a boy she likes and claims to be the editor of the school paper. "Decorating Data"; Hints on crafts and fashion. "My Revengeful Heart," art by Jack Sparling; Amy Parks is outraged that her brother Sam was arrested, and looks for her vengeance; It comes when she meets Ted Mason, the brother of the policeman that arrested Sam. "Shadow of Love" text story. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 14

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    Cover art by Lee Elias. "Cry For Love," art by Bob Powell; Diane spent her after-school hours slaving for her aunt, helping her run the local boarding house; One night, while out for a walk to "get some air" she wandered to the train station and saw a man fall from a train; Rushing to his side, she finds he is very sick, and begs the station master to let her take him to the railroad shack; Diane nurses the man to health and learns that he is really Pete Harvey, former middleweight boxing champion. "Reckless Romance"; When Betty joined the flying club, she had no idea that she would fall for Dick Wilkins, the flight instructor, or be such a bad pilot; She was determined to learn to fly just to please Dick, and when his malaria flared up, Betty decided she had to fly him to the hospital in Evanston. "Lost Enchantment" text story. "The Psychology of Love" text story. "I Sabotaged Love," art by Lee Elias; Lila has been planning on going to the dance with Buzz for months, but when he told her he needed to stay and work on his car for the big race competition, she rushed to accept to offer of Richard Rudolph, the wealthy boy who also asked her to the dance. "Headed For Heartbreak"; Warren Peters was a fireman by day, but that night he and Mary danced at the Senior prom and planned their future; Returning home, Mary was on cloud-9 until her mother rushed in to say that the house across the street was burning; Mary ran outside and overheard someone say that a fireman was trapped; all of her thoughts raced to Warren, worried that it was him. "My Telltale Heart!" text story. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 15

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    Cover pencils by Al Avison. "My Desperate Heart"; Ellen had just started going to Baldwin Junior College, but her relationship with Tim had gotten serious; At the dormitory, she was introduced to Karen Marshek a beautiful exchange student from Switzerland; When Tim came over for their date, Ellen introduced her to Karen; But, when Tim offered to help Karen study American government, she had a bad feeling. "Rebound Bride" text story. "To Love or to Honor"; Even though Maxine was still in high school, she had planned out her life; She'd marry Ralph Shore; He'd become manager of the store and life would be perfect; The problem was that Ralph hated the store and wanted to be a gardener; Infuriated that he wanted to work in the dirt, Maxine broke off with Ralph. "Goddess of Love" text story. "Kiss Away My Tears," art by Bob Powell; Meg Thomas had been dating Joe Higgins all through the senior year; On the night of the Spring Formal, Joe popped the question, and Meg happily agreed to marry him; When Joe took her to meet the parents, they were ecstatic and insisted that Meg come with them to their lodge in Maine right after graduation; As she prepared to leave she confessed to her girlfriend, Sonja, that she was a bit conflicted and hoped that the time in Maine would help her answer all questions. "Shortcut to Love!" 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 16

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  • Issue #17
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  • Issue #18
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 18

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  • Issue #19
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 19

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    Hidden Heartbreak; Kathie Thomas thought that her dreams had come true when she was hired as the personal secretary for Patricia Harlow, one of the top dress buyers in the city; Not long after she started, she met Walt Corby, a dress manufacturer who was dating Pat. Fool's Paradise text story. My Untamed Heart, art by Tom Hickey; Parkville was a quaint New England town full of history; Some of the new history was the romance between Judy Dunn and Lee Sanders that was going great until Peter Byrnes arrived to write a book on the history of the town. House ad for upcoming issues of the Harvey line of romance comics. I Went Too Far!, art by Bill Draut; Jennie Traynor loved to dance, and dreamed of being on the big stage. Treacherous Kisses; Jean Davies is the daughter of the mayor's daughter and always in the public eye; too much so if you ask her father who insists that she stop being the headline in Burt Medford's gossip column. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 20

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  • Issue #21
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 21

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  • Issue #22
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 22

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Passionate Stranger, art by Tom Hickey; When Flash Magazine sends Gary Palmer to the California mountains to write a story on the Bellano festival celebrating their Spanish heritage, the school asks Rita, their best history student, to explain the local customs to him. Tease!, art by Bob Powell; Some girls are cautious with their kisses, but Janie Carson was very generous and was the most popular girl at East High School. House ad for the Harvey line of comics. I Wanted More Than Kisses; In the locker room, before basketball practice, Kay can't keep her excitement about her date to herself and tells Lucy about Stan Dryden. Subscription offer for Harvey Romance comics. Flight From Heartbreak, art by John Sink; Helen's childhood had been greatly affected by her parent's divorce when she was five; She promised herself that she wouldn't let romance leave her with a broken heart. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 23

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    Cover art by Lee Elias. Call Me Scandalous, art by Bob Powell; Linda was the "Gossip Queen," writing a column in the school paper; She had been dating Wayne Harrison until Tom Mitchell became the newest senior at Parkbury High. Surrender To Shame, art by John Sink; Cynthia had always sacrificed her social life for her studies; But, as she reached her senior year, she couldn't help but feel lonely and an outcast when compared to the "Laurels" a clique of popular kids. Love Affair; All of the drama students were excited when they saw the announcements of auditions for a new play, to be directed by a student from the local university. Kisses For Revenge; Stella was one of the prettiest and most popular girls at Evans High, and always needed to be reminded of it. She demanded attention, dating as many boys as she could... until she met Ronny. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 24
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    Cover art by Al Avison. Shame, art by Bob Powell; Marge was from the wrong side of the tracks, and wealthy Sally Croft would never let her forget it; Sally did whatever she could to keep Marge out of all the popular clubs at school. House ad for Teen-Age Brides. One Night of Danger, art by John Sink; Pat liked Johnny Blaine but was not ready to go steady... especially when Mike Morse offered to drive her home in his new car; She thrived on that attention and Johnny was the jealous type. Promo ad for upcoming issues of Harvey's romance comic line. Stolen Moments; Tom McCoy was the youngest and best looking teacher on campus; After history class, Janet Lansing stayed behind to speak to her favorite teacher. Bitter Truth; Tex Adams was the big man on campus; He was captain of the football and basketball team and Betty was Tex Adams' girl; But Tex had big dreams of being the foreman of the factory. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 25

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    Hi-School Romance (1949) 26

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  • Issue #27
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 27

    Cover art by Al Avison. No Place To Go, art by Bob Powell; After Jean's mother had died, Pop promised he would protect her and he was certain that Bill was after nothing more than Jean's kisses; After the two snuck out to discuss their love, Pop had the police find them. House ad for the current issue of Teen-Age Brides. Love Needs No Alibis; While Steve was twenty-one and working in construction, Vickie was only seventeen and still in high school. House ad for the Harvey line of mystery/horror comics: Black Cat, Chamber of Chills, Witched Tales, Tomb of Terror. Dangerous to Love; Edna had only brought bad luck to the men she loved. Reckless with My Kisses, art by Ray Bailey; Janet had developed a reputation as being "fast and loose" but decided to change her ways by finding a job. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 28

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  • Issue #29
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 29

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    "Too Young"; Wendy and Eric meet on the beach during a New England summer; Following a whirlwind romance, they elope and marry, but Eric doesn't realize Wendy is much younger than he and hasn't even graduated from high school; Times are tough for the newlyweds and she leaves Eric, only to find she is pregnant; When Christmas comes, Eric returns promising they will never be apart again. "Heartbreaker" text story. "Make Summer Pay Off"; Hints on looking for a summer job: baby-sitting, office supplies clerk, waitress, factory worker, librarian and park attendant. "Lost Love," art by Al Avison; Even though Nancy Harris was a year younger, she planned to marry Ben Carter after high school; But Ben had gone to work on a freighter, sailing around the world. "Dangerous Game"; All Sandy can think of is applying to medical school, but Ginny Ross wants excitement; After breaking up with Sandy, Ginny starts seeing Bix, the wild, carefree guy with no ambition. "Heart for Hire" text story. "Love Without Honor," art by Tom Hickey; Donna Blake was hopelessly in love with Bill Carson, but she was a plumber's daughter and Bill's father, Jeb, was a wealthy land developer; Their opportunity to date came when Bill was selected to write for the local radio station and Donna was chosen to read them on-air. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 30

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    "No Greater Love," art by Bob Powell; Charlie Thomas had dated May Wilson for several weeks, and was always impressed with her maturity; While only seventeen, he thought she was as mature as he was at twenty; But Charlie had a commitment to his invalid sister, Edie, and told May he couldn't marry; May offers to help with Edie, and the two hit it off. "Second Love" text story. "Act Your Age!" advice page. "A Heart Betrayed," pencils by Lee Elias. "Portrait of Love"; She was too young to doubt, too reckless to beware of an impending relationship. "The Difference Between Us" text story. "Fast Girl"; Beth learns that fast girls attract the wrong kinds of boys. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 31

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    Cover art by Doug Wildey. Love Me Tonight, art by John Prentice; The small town of Cranston hosts the annual hot-rod races and Vic Marko is the star of the group. House ad for Teen-Age Brides. Without Regrets; After Jeff Wilson met Sandra Thomas while she worked at the local theater, they begin a whirlwind romance. House ad for the Harvey line of romance comics: Love Problems, First Love, Hi-School Romance, Teen-Age Brides, and First Romance. Whistle Bait, art by Ray Bailey; Patti Hansen was young and beautiful, and always found it easy to manipulate men with a look or a smile; After she got a job at the local factory, she met the new foreman, Larry Gleason. Stolen Dream, art by Bob Powell; When her cousin, Vivian, lends Helen her country club membership she meets Tom Moore, the tennis pro. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 32

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    "Unholy Passion"; Jerry was the boy next door who grew up next to Sue...and was hopelessly in love with her; But Sue had fallen in love with handsome Dave Moran, her father's prize student. "Reunion" text story. "The Charm of You!", art by Warren Kremer; Tips on charm for all situations. "They Called Me Bad," pencils by Bob Powell; Ellen Wilson was a sickly child who didn't do well in school; And even when her health improved she remained an "Ugly Duckling"; So, she took matters in her own hands dressing provocatively, and going further than other girls; That worked for a while with Joe Wilson; until he got what he wanted and dumped her. "Meant for Each Other," art by Tom Hickey; With her father's illness, Meg gives up her social life and help support the family by working as a model at the local dress shop and for artist Greg Davis; Over time, the artist and model fall in love, until he confesses that he is engaged. "Bitter Jest" text story. "Man Trap," art by Ray Bailey; Jeannie Evans had been the class President and the most popular girl in school...until she moved in the middle of her senior year; At the new school, she was alone until she met Ted Keating; While out on a date with Ted, she saw Bob Brennan and his pals come into the soda shop. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 33
    • Paper: Light tan to off white
    • File Copy.
    • Label #1257390005

    Cover art by Al Avison. Midnight Lover!, art by Lee Elias; Jan Roberts and Brad Curtis are engaged; But Jan has had enough of Brad controlling her every move and leaves him, taking the train to Rocky Lake in northern New England. A Night to Be Loved, art by John Sink; Mary has toiled in the high school newspaper for years; At a dance, handsome Lee Morris tells Mary he is looking for Gloria Hatcher, the editor of the paper. A Marriage Made in Heaven!, art by Bob Powell; Rose and Marty are in love, just waiting for graduation to get married; When the couple goes to the airport to welcome her parents back from a trip to Mexico, they are horrified as they watch the plane explode on the runway. My Revengeful Heart, art by Jack Sparling; Amy Parks is outraged that her brother Sam was arrested, and looks for her vengeance. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 34

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    Bob Powell art. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 35

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  • Issue #36
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  • Issue #37
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 37

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Three's A Crowd In Love; At school, Judy never noticed Vera until a party; During the party, Vera told Judy that her mother had died, and she had to take care of her father. Hey Kids!! Send For The New Howdy Doody Color Television Set toy ad. I Was The Loneliest Girl In School, art by Bob Powell; Ever since Penny was old enough to date, guys had thrown themselves at her but she would have none of it; At the annual May Day bike picnic, that all changed when her bicycle tire blew out and she had a bad fall. Sweetheart He Left Behind, art by Tom Hicks; Bill returns from military service a mature man and ends his relationship with Fran. Baby Sitter's Blues, art by John Sink; Mrs. Pembley wants David, a West Point cadet, to court socially prominent Valerie Brooks but he takes a liking to humble babysitter Jean instead. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 38

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Wrong Girl, art by Warren Kremer; Randy had hoped to become the drama critic for the newspaper, and was disappointed to be assigned to interview the new debutantes until he met Ellen Terrance. Hey Kids!! Send For The New Howdy Doody Color Television Set toy ad. I Adored A Beautiful Witch!, art by John Sink; While Tim Conrad got his big break singing at Mr. Block's night club, it was always his girlfriend, Meg Blake, that he looked to for support. A Fight With My Fellow!, art by Al Avison; Louella Parkins was the star of the Cobourne debate team, and they were off to Swanton for the State Championships. Principal's Daughter, art by Ray Bailey; Sylvia Landon's father was the school principal and made a point of picking out her daughter's dates; Jerry Mix, the star football player was kept from Sylvia because of his academic record, but Nat Hawthorne, the boy Sylvia's father chose, was as exciting as watching paint dry. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 39

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Stories reprinted from Hi-School Romance #14. "Cry For Love," art by Bob Powell; Diane spent her after-school hours slaving for her aunt, helping her run the local boarding house; One night, while out for a walk to "get some air" she wandered to the train station and saw a man fall from a train; Rushing to his side, she finds he is very sick, and begs the station master to let her take him to the railroad shack; Diane nurses the man to health and learns that he is really Pete Harvey, former middleweight boxing champion. "Reckless Romance," art by Joe Certa; When Betty joined the flying club, she had no idea that she would fall for Dick Wilkins, the flight instructor, or be such a bad pilot; She was determined to learn to fly just to please Dick, and when his malaria flared up, Betty decided she had to fly him to the hospital in Evanston. "I Sabotaged Love," art by Lee Elias; Lila has been planning on going to the dance with Buzz for months, but when he told her he needed to stay and work on his car for the big race competition, she rushed to accept to offer of Richard Rudolph, the wealthy boy who also asked her to the dance. "The Psychology of Love" text story. "Headed For Heartbreak," art by Bill Draut; Warren Peters was a fireman by day, but that night he and Mary danced at the Senior prom and planned their future; Returning home, Mary was on cloud-9 until her mother rushed in to say that the house across the street was burning; Mary ran outside and overheard someone say that a fireman was trapped; all of her thoughts raced to Warren, worried that it was him. "My Telltale Heart!" text story. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 40

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    Cover art by Al Avison. My Desperate Heart; Ellen had just started going to Baldwin Junior College, but her relationship with Tim had gotten serious; At the dormitory, she was introduced to Karen Marshek a beautiful exchange student from Switzerland. To Love Or To Honor, art by Ray Bailey; Even though Maxine was still in high school, she had planned out her life; She'd marry Ralph Shore; He'd become manager of the store and life would be perfect. House ad for mazie Comics with Stevie and Flat-Top. Kiss My Tears Away, art by Bob Powell; Meg Thomas had been dating Joe Higgins all through the senior year; On the night of the Spring Formal, Joe popped the question, and Meg happily agreed to marry him. Too Young To Kiss!; Norma had been in love with Jack Stevens since they began high school, but he only saw a plain and studious girl who got good grades. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 41

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Too Many Boyfriends; Carol C. had three boys in love with her which was great for her until she had to decide who would take her to the prom. He Hypnotized My Heart!; Alice Clark's father was a night station manager and her mother worked during the day so one of them was always asleep, which made it difficult to have her friends over. I Had To Choose Between L'Amour or Love!; Nancy had dated Gordon steadily, but something was missing; All he wanted to do was go to movies and baseball games, and she wanted more. They Laughed At My Sweatheart!, art by Ray Bailey; Linda was always one of the more popular girls, and when she went to a barn dance outside of Riverside, she had to work to ward off guys. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 42

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  • Issue #43
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 43

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Hidden Heartbreak; Kathie Thomas thought that her dreams had come true when she was hired as the personal secretary for Patricia Harlow, one of the top dress buyers in the city. My Untamed Heart, art by Tom Hickey; Parkville was a quaint New England town full of history; Some of the new history was the romance between Judy Dunn and Lee Sanders that was going great until Peter Byrnes arrived to write a book on the history of the town. Broadway Lights, art by Bill Draut; Jennie Traynor loved to dance, and dreamed of being on the big stage. Treacherous Kisses; Jean Davies is the daughter of the mayor's daughter and always in the public eye; too much so if you ask her father, who insists that she stop being the headline in Burt Medford's gossip column. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 44

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  • Issue #45
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 45

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  • Issue #46
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 46

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    Stories reprinted from Hi-School Romance #22. "Newspaper Stranger," art by Jack Sparling; Gary Palmer arrives in the California mountains to write a story on a festival celebrating their Spanish heritage; The school assigns Rita, their best history student, to explain their local customs to Gary; Rita and Gary fall madly in love but he has contempt for the sleepy town. "Hero's Girl" text story. "Tease!", art by Bob Powell; Some girls are cautious with their kisses, but Janie Carson was very generous and was the most popular girl at East High School; When she decides to run for class president, she finds her opponent is a new student, Walt Paine. "I Fell in Love with My History Teacher" text story (reprinted from Hi-School Romance #2), art by Bob Powell. "I Wanted Happiness"; Kay dates Stan Dryden, a much older man who her friend warns is not the marrying kind; The two date against her parents wishes and face her father's wrath when they arrive home; Stan temporarily calms the father down but soon keeps Kate out too late and is forbidden from seeing her; That night Kay sneaks out of the house as the couple race across state lines where Kay expects to be married. "Words Of Love" text story. "Flight From Heartbreak," art by John Sink; Greatly affected by her parent's divorce when she was five Helen avoided romantic relations until Dean Randall came to town. Dean had every girl's heart fluttering; Helen's friend Trudy was his first date and she fell head-over-heels for him; Dean soon called on Helen and she accepted; They became a steady item until she felt trapped and suddenly broke it off. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 47

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    Cover art by John Sink. Summer Song, art by John Sink; While swimming across the lake, Ginny has a cramp; Luckily, Pete Howard was in a rowboat and saved her. House ad for Harvey's line of romance comics: First Love, Hi-School Romance, Love Problems, and First Romance. No Greater Love, art by Bob Powell; Charlie Thomas had dated May Wilson for several weeks, and was always impressed with her maturity. First Love, art by Tom Hickey; Jackie Lang had always wanted to act, but was also too self-conscious to go on stage; When Allan Brady, the new drama teacher, held auditions, she reluctantly tried out, and won the starring role. Love Without Honor, art by Tom Hickey; Donna Blake was hopelessly in love with Bill Carson, but she was a plumber's daughter and Bill's father, Jeb, was a wealthy land developer. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 48

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    Cover art by Al Avison. Nocturne, art by John Prentice; Dede Fleming had spent her life working with Professor Stern to become a concert violinist and was at the peak of her success. Devoted Moments, art by Bob Powell; Louise Dall's father was the owner of a large lumber company having large financial problems; He called her to go to Maine to help and she asked her wealthy fiancé, Brad Walters to come along. House ad for Harvey's upcoming line of romance comics: First Love #57, Love Problems & Advice #36, Hi-School Romance #49, First Romance #36 and True Brides' Experiences #14. Outsider, art by Bill Draut; "Okies" was another name for American gypsies; migrant workers who followed the crops; That was what the Parsons family did, and Marcy hated that life even though Jim, her friend since childhood, encouraged her to dream. I Lied To My Love, art by Al Avison; Ann had "made it"; She was attending Mardsley, one of the most fashionable private schools in the country; But she quickly saw that being there was not enough. 36 pgs. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Hi-School Romance (1949) 49

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  • Issue #50
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