After Joy Lawson’s grandfather was badly injured and temporarily deafened in an explosion at Blackley’s factory, Joy accidentally smashed his precious records of songs written by his late wife and sung by a choir she had trained. Joy formed her own girls’ choir to record the songs again, but Miss Frith, music teacher at the Grammar School, had vowed to get rid of any choir that rivalled her own. By a trick, Miss Frith got the choir into trouble, and the Juvenile Court ordered the girls not — to associate with Joy any more. Joy went to Mr Blackley for help, and he organised a newspaper campaign to investigate.
- Singing for Joy – Judy: #789 (22 February 1975) – #804 (07 June 1975)