All December 2014, we will be celebrating a Silver Age Christmas, with great Silver Age comics about Christmas. For the sake of this endeavor, "Silver Age" will be defined as 1956-1970 (the annoying part about that is that 1951-1955 sort of fall into no man's land, as it is not yet Silver Age but also seems to be a bit late for Golden Age).
We continue with a romance story from 1965's Young Love #47, drawn by the late, great John Rosenberger (I don't know who wrote it).
The story opens with a sister shocking a young woman and her fiance by visiting for Christmas. Why is it so shocking for a woman to visit her own sister? Read on to find out!
While it is not explicit, it sure seems to be implying that they're living together before marriage, right? Kind of sort of bold there, DC!