When young Jill Langley, an outstanding swimmer and olympic gold medallist, receives offers to appear in films and aqua shows, she feels on top of the world. Then her doctor father takes her with him on a visit to an international village for underprivileged children which has been opened recently near her home. Jill’s heart is so touched by the children’s plight that she decides to give up her chances of a swimming career to work for them at the village as an assistant housemother.
- The House that Jill Built – Judy: #294 (28 August 1965) – #313 (8 January 1966)
- Reprinted – Judy: circa 1135 (10 October 1981) – (?)