And he wrote a couple of stories about a girl named "Puddin'," which he bylined "R.A. Heinlein" and then peddled to Calling All Girls, also known as Senior Prom after late 1949. The 1950 "Cliff and the Calories" was reprinted in Expanded Universe back in 1980, but the one I finally got now, "Poor Daddy," wasn't reissued until the posthumous Requiem. I found "Cliff and the Calories" a few months ago, and it was...a tad pricey. A few days ago I discovered, and today received, the August 1949 Calling All Girls with "Poor Daddy" for quite a reasonable some.
The thing is, Calling All Girls is no National Geographic or Time or even Boys' Life. It's a weird and hard-to-come-by thing, at least if you're hunting a particular issue rather than just wanting to score any random one to sample for a history or sociology project. I should know--I've had my eye out for these two for a number of years. But now they're here, and I don't need to look for this crazy magazine anymore!
In any event, this one is filed, of course, in my Heinlein Cover Art galleries at Pulp Magazines.