Bob Lubbers had a long career in comics, both in comic books and comic strips. He was still a teenager when he did this 1940 story for Centaur’s The Arrow #2. After Centaur folded in 1942 he went on to Fiction House, where he became art director, then went into the military during World War II. He came back to Fiction House after the war and did various features, including Captain Wings (see the link below). Lubbers worked on the Tarzan daily strip. He worked for and with Al Capp on L’il Abner, and drew the Capp-written strip, Long Sam.
Lubbers specialized in pretty girls. Robin Malone, subject of an article in Hogans Alley #19, is a good example. Having whetted your appetite I am sorry for leading you on, but there are no pretty girls in this Arrow strip.
As promised, links to more Lubbers. “Romance In a Trance” is one of the most visited Pappy’s Golden Age posts.