Cover pencils by Jack Kirby. “Take Me Away”; Sally lives in the slums but dreams of a better life some day; She falls in love with Pete and perhaps their future will improve. “One Last Fling” text story. “So You’ve Got A Job!”; How to behave at work: don’t be the “office gossip,” the “office mooch,” a chronic complainer, or a clock-watcher. “End Of a Dream!”; Chorus line dancer June meets soldier Bobby at a USO club and they fall in love; She doesn’t tell him what she does for a living, and when he finds out he is shocked; She says it’s tough to make a living on your own. “Take Me,” art by Bob Powell; Nurse Mary loves doctor Tom but he’s engaged to Alice; When Alice is killed in an auto accident, Mary consoles Tom and eventually they are married; On their honeymoon in Mexico, Mary thinks Tom is still thinking about Alice, but when a fever epidemic strikes the town they both pitch in. “For Better, For Worse” text story. “My Sister–My Rival!”; 18-year-old Peggy is tired of being treated like a child by her sister Lucille, who is only 14 years older than she; Peggy begins an affair with Frank, her sisters boyfriend; Frank continues to see both of them.