Atlas Comics of the fifties did not hurt for artists who could render pretty girls. Al Hartley was one of them, and Sherry the Showgirl is an excuse to show pretty girls in cute, sexy costumes. Up to the point of issue #5 (1957), from which I am showing two short stories and a color-it-yourself page, Dan DeCarlo, also known for his pretty girls, had done the artwork (sorry, I don’t have any of the DeCarlo issues to show you).
At some point Hartley got religion. The latter part of his career was spent writing and drawing Spire Christian Comics, including comics for which he got permission to use the copyrighted characters from Archie, another series on which he worked.