Tanya is a young woman who is blessed with beauty, but cursed by Satan to use it to make men of her village fight over her. What the story, “Satan’s Woman Prize,” calls a curse I call immature teenage behavior, but that’s just me. When a writer needs a good villain, Satan is always a good choice.
The story is scanned from Super Comics’ Mystery Tales #17 (1964), which is a reprint of Avon’s Eerie #14 (1951). The Grand Comics Database mistakenly credits Martin Nodel for the pencils, when they mean Norman Nodel (identified correctly in their listing for Eerie #14.) Vince Alascia inked it.