Tag Archives: Job

Penny the Post

Plot

Young Penny Hughes lives with her  grandparents in the small welsh village of Llangower. Her grandfather is postman and, when he becomes ill, Penny sacrifices her chance to go to university so that she can take over the job as postman until he is well again, thus keeping the job open for him.

Notes

  • Art: Tony Speer (1966 annual)

Appeared

  • Penny the Post – Judy: #248 (10 October 1964) – #262 (16 January 1965)

Other Appearances:

  • Penny the Post – Judy Annual 1966

Jo and Jeannie

Plot

On Jo Dentry’s first day working at a store, Gladstone and Peebles, she found an old Victorian telephone. When she lifted the ear piece the ghost of Jeannie May materialized. Jeannie a cheeky cockney had worked in the store when it first opened 1837 and she promised to help Jo all she could.

Notes

Appeared

  • Jo and Jeannie – Mandy: #512 (6 November 1976) – (?)
  • Jo and Jeannie Mandy: (?) – #538 (7 May 1977)

The Slave Girls

Plot

In order to earn extra money, Suzanne and Sandy Miller advertise themselves as slave girls (complete with Roman costume) who work for a small payment. Each job always seems to give the girls some additional problem to solve.

Slave Girls

Notes

Appeared

  • The Slave Girls –  Mandy:  circa #301 (21 October 1972) – (?)
  • The Slave Girls –  Mandy:  #420 (01 February 1975) – #427 (22 March 1975)
  • The Slave Girls –  Mandy:  #707 (02 August 1980) – #708 (09 August 1980)
  • The Slave Girls –  Mandy:  #714 (20 September 1975)

Other Appearances:

  • The Slave Girls  – Mandy annual 1974
  • The Slave Girls  – Mandy annual 1976
  • The Slave Girls  – Mandy annual 1977

 

Do-It-All Debbie

Plot

After leaving school, Debbie Taylor, who liked variety in life, set up in business on her own, advertising she was willing to tackle any job.

do it all debbie

Notes

Appeared

  • Do-It-All Debbie– Judy:  #574 (09 January 1971) –  #579 (13 February 1971)
  • Do-It-All Debbie– Judy: circa #586 (03 April 1971) – (?)

Other Appearances:

  • Do-It-All Debbie – Judy for Girls 1972

The Best Babysitter in Barnley

Plot

Molly Miller, a lively young schoolgirl, has won fame as “the best babysitter in Barnley”, because of her knack of coping with babies. older children—and even animals. at times. Nothing surprises her now . . well, hardly anything!

best babysitter in barnley

Notes

Appeared:

  • The Best Babysitter in Barnley – Judy: #263 (23 January 1965) – #277 (1 May 1965)
  • The Best Babysitter in Barnley  – Judy: #304 (06 November 1965) – #308 (04 December 1965)
  • The Best Babysitter in Barnley  – Judy: #367 (21 January 1967) – #371 (18  February 1967)
  • The Best Babysitter in Barnley  – Judy: #380 (22 April 1967) – (?)