My Own Romance 41

Title Published
March 1949 to July 1960
Issue Numbers
4 to 76
Number of Issues
73
Continued From
My Romance
Continued Into
Teen-age Romance
My Own Romance 41 Cover Image
Issue Information
Cover Date
December 1954
 
 
Cover Titles
Love Episode!
 
 
Cover Credits
Vince Colletta pencils attributed
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  F-118 Love Episode!

Notes: Lucy Newsom takes a holiday at a ski resort to get away from it all. But she falls in love with handsome Bill Cotten. They agree it is just a 'love episode', but when they get home she misses him after all. - Ger Apeldoorn
6 pg art Jay Scott Pike pencils signed
  F-142 Jilted

Notes: After having been jilted by the boy she loved at high school, Alice decided never to fall in love again. She becomes a social worker, who never dates men more than two times in a row. This goes well for years, until she meets Frank.She falls in love withhim, but dumps him anyway. Then she meets Jerry Rogers... the man who jilted her all those years ago. - Ger Apeldoorn
6 pg art John Tartaglione pencils attributed
  C-206 Sure of Love 2 pg text
  F-125 No Date for the Dance!

Notes: The girls faces are DeCarlo-like, so I guess it could be a story by Goldberg? Plain girl Jean is persuaded by her girlfriend to clean up and go to a society ball at the Waldorf Towers to try and catch a rich man. She meets a nice boy at the dance school and falls in love with him. But he isn't rich... or is he? - Ger Apeldoorn
5 pg art Dan DeCarlo pencils guess
  F-102 Different as Day and Night!

Notes: Sequel appears in My Own Romance 43.
I think we discussed this one. Another Jean in this oen. She falls in love with Neil Elliott, a wonderful man who asks her to marry him... but they are completely different. She likes to do active things when she goes out... tennis and horseback riding... he likes to go to the theatre and other stuff you can do in the big city. When she meets his divorced mother she wonders if a marriage between two such different people can work. The readers are asked about their advice... and the story is resumed two issues later. - Ger Apeldoorn
6 pg art Vince Colletta pencils signed