With pictures by Herbert Roese. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1943. xv, 202 p. 1st ed. Some wear at top edge of front board; else very good in moderately worn d.w. with a piece missing at top of spine. 
In this novel, "Arlene Applegate is the model secretary to Mr. Batson, of the advertising agency of Batson, Munch & Twiggerfizz. In spite of her employers' campaigns 'emphasing the importance of beer to national morale' and 'to put over Peanut Bars as a source of vitamins necessary to national fitness,' she cannot be persuaded that she is making a big enough contribution to the all-out war effort. So she joins the WAAC..."