Later redrawn for the cover of Betty and Veronica Comics Digest Magazine #30.
Instructions on how to make a wastebasket with comics on the outside and turn surplus coat hangers into wall decorations. "Suggested by Susan and Linda Shorten, Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y." (These are Harry Shorten's daughters.)
The title is a play on the phrase "willy-nilly" (haphazardly).
Notice that Archie Club News has been expanded to two pages. First prize of $5.00 to Jacqueline Drew (Washington, D.C.) for article on a party they gave to needy children. Second prize of $3.00 to Joseph C. Cincotti (West Newton, Mass.) for article on his hobby of making model airplanes. Third prize of $2.00 to Lesly Tamarin (Queens Village, N.Y.) for note saying she and her friend donate comics and dolls to the local hospital. Fourth prize of $1.00 to Jerry Dubin (Los Angeles, Calif.) for note saying they sold bookmarks and gave the money to the March of Dimes. Fifth prize of $1.00 Helaine Haaland (Woodbury, Conn.) for note saying they make scrapbooks and give them to a children's hospital. Sixth prize of $1.00 to Judy Anderson (Red Wing, Minn.) for note about presenting a play for the neighborhood mothers on Mother's Day.