In the early days of this title, the comics only featured a single story (with the usual Li'l Jinx gag in there). Throughout the story in this issue, Mr. Lodge is referred to as Albert Lodge. Although Mr. Lodge is now officially named Hiram, he has also been known as J.P. Lodge and Burton Lodge. It is not known if this was an editorial oversight or if he was actually called Albert at the time.
White does the top panel of Archie saying "If you think Mr. Lodge is rich...," while the bottom panel is taken from the interior art by Lucey.
A take-off on the hit TV series "The Beverly Hillbillies." Clem is directly based on Jed from the TV show, and Mildew is similar to Jethro. Grampaw Gooley is a male version of Granny from the show, while Lulu and Lily are original characters.
Mr. Lodge is called "Albert" throughout this story. At this time he had not yet been named "Hiram," and was frequently called by different names including "J.P.," "Henry" and his original name of "Burton."
Appears in the middle of the page, between two other ads. The top part of the page is an ad for the Bendix automatic gear shift and power brake system. The bottom part of the page is an ad for collectible stamps.
Comic cost 25 cents and the offer included a free full-color 1965 pin-up calendar. Kids could have the comic sent to friends and relatives by including the names and addresses of these people on a separate sheet of paper and enclosing an additional 25 cents for each copy of the comic.
Although Greg's name is never mentioned anywhere in this comic, it's obvious that's who Li'l Jinx is talking to.
First page contains the first-prize article and a couple of cute drawings to go along with it. The second page contains the second-prize article on the top half of the page, and an offer to join the Archie Club for 15 cents on the bottom of the page.
Titles available: Archie; Pep; Laugh; Jughead; Betty & Veronica; Archie's Joke Book; Life With Archie; Archie's Mad House. Offer never expired. Origin of the Lucky Piece (from the ad): "Long before the American Revolution there lived in America a tribe of Indians known as the Keewanees. Many wars were fought between Indian tribes, and it is alleged that the Keewanees survived because of a lucky piece which was fashioned like a horseshoe. They truly blieved that the lucky piece had mystical qualities which brought them luck and enabled them to defeat the enemy".