Since this is an origin story, of Darrell (Doll Man) Danes' companion, Doll Girl, who is also Darrell's girlfriend, Martha Roberts, you'd think Martha's transition to the power of shrinking would get more than a lousy couple of panels. But it doesn't. For an origin it seems weak to me.
Why create a Doll Girl? I think it was difficult for the writers to combine a normal-sized woman with a tiny little guy like Doll Man. He wouldn't measure up when they got down to some serious sparking, would he? (Heh-heh.)
The Grand Comics Database does their question-mark crediting for this issue, listing Dan Zolnerowich ? for pencils and Chuck Cuidera ? for inking.
From Doll Man #37 (1951):