Sue Wallace; Jerry Sort; Dave Moran; Professor Wallace
Jerry was the boy next door who grew up next to Sue... and was hopelessly in love with her. But Sue had fallen in love with handsome Dave Moran, her father's prize student. Seeing Dave and Sue together flamed Jerry's jealous rage and a fight broke out that ende Such were the stuff of romance comic love triangles.
Ellen Wilson; Harry Wilson; Ronny; Aunt Bessie; Joe; Mr. Edwards; Ed
Ellen Wilson was a sickly child who didn't do well in school. And even when her health improved she remained an "Ugly Duckling". So, she took matters in her own hands dressing provocatively, and going further than other girls. That worked for a while with Joe Wilson; until he got what he wanted and dumped her. Then she met Ronny, who was good to her and really cared. He cared so much, she wondered if he was just like all the other men. Humiliating Ronny by offering to date another guy, he confessed that he was truly in love with her... and she with him.
With her father's illness, Meg gives up her social life and help support the family by working as a model at the local dress shop and for artist Greg Davis. Over time, the artist and model fall in love, until he confesses that he is engaged. Meg vows never to see Greg again but at the Martin dress shop she is asked to model a wedding gown... for Eleanor White, Greg's fiance. Seeing Meg one more time, Greg cannot stand it and confesses that it is Meg he loves.
Jean moves to a new town in the middle of her senior year in high school. She dates Ted but begins to attend the parties of a “wild bunch” of popular students. Jean agrees to help break up the group because of its dangerous activities and is ostracized by the members, but the other students rally around her. She also makes up with Ted.