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Issue: #5 Published: June 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Leon Harvey
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Covers; Newsprint Interiors Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Margery visits the office of Doris Bigelow, the love advisor for "Love Lessons." Doris thanks Margery for allowing her story to be used as the basis for "I Played a Dangerous Game" in this issue, and urges readers to send in their personal tales of romance.
Jo falls in love with impoverished artist Grant. Although her younger sister Beth and her parents are opposed to their relationship, Jo marries him anyway. To help make ends meet, Jo gets a job and Grant teaches in an art school. Jo becomes jealous of Grant's model Vivian and leaves him. She later reads about Grant's one-man show and a portrait called "My Only Love." It's of Jo, and Grant and Jo reconcile.
Student Dotty works frantically in her free time to save $49 for a hat she desires, ignoring her boyfriend Peter in the process. Her earnestness impresses Dennis, son of the store owner, and they fall in love. She gets the hat and other clothes free.
Margery joins the roller derby and falls in love with fellow skater Carl, which angers teammate Edith, his former girlfriend. Edith quits and joins another team. Margery thinks Carl is still interested in Edith. After Margery inadvertently injures Edith in a match, she goes to the hospital and donates blood to help her opponent. Edith explains that Carl told her that he loved Margery, and she approves. Edith becomes their teammate again and Carl and Margery get married.
Gary is Vivian's boyfriend. Although she has black hair, he admires women with blonde hair: "They please my sense of beauty." Vivian wonders if he can be faithful to her, so she attends a masquerade ball wearing a blonde wig and a mask. At the ball, Gary makes a pass at Vivian and says he loves her. She runs away angrily but Gary catches up and admits he knew it was her all the time. He asks her to marry him.