The Holliday Girls were a pseudo-sorority that worked out of Holliday College on Earth-Two during the early 1940s. The most famous of the Holliday Girls was the plucky Etta Candy. In the early winter of 1942, Etta and her friends met the Amazon super-hero Wonder Woman. They became great supporters of Wonder Woman's acts of heroism, and helped her out on many adventurers. The Holiday Girls used a mystical device with which they could telepathically communicate with Wonder Woman in times of need. Wonder Woman recruited the Holliday Girls to help her round up a ring of Nazi spies that had been working in the Washington, D.C. area. Etta personally assisted Wonder Woman in stopping the Nazi ring leader Doctor Poison.  When Wonder Woman was abducted by the Austrian Nazi Baroness Paula von Gunther, the Holliday Girls teamed up with Steve Trevor to track them down and rescue her. They again aided Wonder Woman in helping her to expose a Nazi ring responsible for sabotaging a new Navy submarine the Octopus. The Holliday Girls’ exploits brought them into conflict with Paula von Gunther on at least three more occasions. They later helped to rescue Wonder Woman after she had been captured and bound by the God of War, Mars.  In 1943, Etta Candy was engaged to marry a Hungarian Prince named Hylo Goulash. Before long however, the Holliday Girls and she discovered that Goulash was actually a Nazi agent named Karl Schultz. Schultz had captured Steve Trevor and the Holliday Girls seduced Schultz' men in order to rescue Steve. 
Equipment: The Holliday Girls used a mystical device with which they could telepathically contact Wonder Woman.
- This version of Holliday Girls (Earth-Two), including all history and corresponding appearances, was erased from existence following the collapse of the Multiverse in the 1985-86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series and is now considered apocryphal.
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