Jane’s Journal, The Diary of a Bright Young Thing (1932
There followed an understandable lull in the fighting, before it resumed with a certain renewed vigor.
Drawn by Norman Pett, it was his response to a challenge to create a comic strip that would be as popular with adults as the famous started in the Mirror in 1919 was with children.
The heroine, Jane Gay, was an attractive young woman whose life revolved around society, romance and her pet dachshund Fritz.
It was done in such a way that made Jane a real person.