12 Oct. 1961The Vamp
Margie is frustrated because her girlfriend Maybelle Jackson seems to be more popular with boys than she is. Magie's world-wise aunt gives her some useful tips.
19 Oct. 1961County Fair
A trip to the county fair turns out to be a source of unexpected adventures for the Clayton family.
26 Oct. 1961The Big Move
Believing that her father is thinking of moving the family to another town, Margie comes up with a plan to cause problems at the bank where he works so his bosses can see how vital he is and he'll forget about moving.
2 Nov. 1961Pity the Poor Working Girl
Believing that her father is about to lose his job at the bank, Margie goes out hunting for a job for herself.
9 Nov. 1961The Initiation
Margie gets the idea that in order to be part of the social scene at school, she has to join an exclusive sorority.
16 Nov. 1961The Matchmaker
Margie tries to "fix up" Aunt Phoebe with one of her teachers, but the teacher misunderstands and thinks that Margie is after him for herself.
30 Nov. 1961The Jazz Band
The class wants to get some famous singer sand musicians to perform at the school dance, but realizes it would never be able to afford to pay them. Margie talks them into forming their own jazz band and doing the numbers themselves. When Margie realizes that her class can never afford to pay for famous musicians and singers to play at the school dance, she convinces her fellow students to perform the latest numbers instead.
7 Dec. 1961By the Sea
During an outing at the beach, Margie pulls out all the stops in an effort to get a cute lifeguard to notice her.
14 Dec. 1961Hail the Conquered Hero
When Cynthis is bowled over by a brawny young Marine, a lovesick Haywood decides to enlist in the Corps himself to impress her.
21 Dec. 1961The New Dress
Margie, deciding that she is now a "mature young woman", gets her friends together to help her pick out a "shocking" new dress that will prove it.
28 Dec. 1961Riches to Rags
Margie's father learns that the snotty, arrogant son of his bank's president is interested in Margie and, much to her dismay, encourages her to go out with him.
4 Jan. 1962Margie Flies the Coop
Maybelle convinces Margie that, to be an "independent" woman, she needs to move in with Maybelle in her new apartment. What Margie doesn't know is that Maybelle has an ulterior motive for wanting Margie as a roommate.
11 Jan. 1962Burning Kisses
Margie and Maybelle think that Margie's parents need some passion in their marriage, and come up with a plan that will bring back the "spark" they had when they were first married.
18 Jan. 1962Madame President
After Haywood bows out of the campaign for class president, Margie decides to make a run for it herself.
25 Jan. 1962False Alarm
The son of Harvey's boss is getting married, but Harvey didn't get an invitation to the wedding. Margie decides to try to "help" him by sending him a fake invitation to the wedding.
1 Feb. 1962Flaming Youth
Margie and Maybelle decide to go "modern" and shorten the hemline of their skirts. Unfortunately for them, Margie's parents have just seen a movie that warned parents of the ways their daughters can turn into "wild girls" of the modern era--and one of the danger signs is shortening the hemlines of their skirts.
8 Feb. 1962A Lesson in Teaching
Margie decides that she's going to give up on boys and pursue a career in which the opposite sex won't matter--like teaching.
15 Feb. 1962Lady of the House
Margie decides that, since her parents are away, now is the time to throw a dinner party for her friends. However, things don't quite turn out the way she had planned.
22 Feb. 1962The Dangerous Age
Harvey decides that he needs to learn the newest dances, and who better to teach him than Margie and Maybelle?
1 Mar. 1962A Woman Scorned
Harvey decides to give the lovesick but hapless Haywood some tips on how to win Margie's affections. Unfortunately for Haywood, Harvey is even more clueless than he is and his "tips" result in a fiasco.
8 Mar. 1962Margie, the Jinx
A string of "mishaps" convinces Margie that she's not simply having a run of bad luck, but that she is actually a jinx.
15 Mar. 1962Whatever Mama Wants
The family is having a difficult time getting ready for Nora's rapidly approaching birthday.
22 Mar. 1962Friendship Is for Friends
Margie finds herself in a situation in which she must decide what the term "friendship" really means to her.
29 Mar. 1962Margie, the Gossip Columnist
Margie "pushes the envelope" on journalistic ethics when she gets a column in her school newspaper.
5 Apr. 1962The Wolf of Wall Street
When Harvey gives Margie an old war bond, she starts dreaming about what she could do with her newfound "wealth".