See also Mistyfan’s previous post on this issue.
Stories in this issue:
- No-one Cheers for Norah (artist John Armstrong)
- Odd Mann Out (artist A E Allen)
- Brenda’s Brownies (artist and writer Mike Brown)
- Anna’s Forbidden Friend (artist Miguel Quesada)
- The School of No Escape (artist unknown artist ‘Merry’)
- Our Big BIG Secret (artist Jim Baikie)
- Not So Lady-like Lucy
- Wee Sue (artist Vicente Torregrosa Manrique)
- Little Lady Nobody (artist Desmond Walduck?)
- Wendy the Witch (artist and writer Mike Brown)
- Sandra Must Dance (artist Douglas Perry)
- Bonnie’s Butler (artist Richard Neillands)
- Silver Is a Star (artist Eduardo Feito)
- A Sandie Pop Portrait – Gary Warren (artist Bob Gifford)
Norah’s horrible Uncle Philip tells Mrs Maddox an awful secret that makes her turn away from Norah – but what is it?
Susie gets her school class to set up a fete to collect money to help out the school – knowing that doing so will make the school look shamefully badly run. Which it is.
Anna tells Julia that Ramage the estate manager is behind much of the trouble between Julia’s father and the tenants. Julia will try to help, but in the meantime Anna is in danger.
Dale makes herself a robe so that she can pretend to be one of a group of masked schoolgirls who seem literally entranced by the evil Miss Voor – but her costume may put her in danger.
Wee Sue finds a way to save her school from being shut down in order for a motorway to be built through their land – all she needs to do is to ‘scale the wall of Swithers Castle without the aid of mechanical means’ (in this case by climbing up a pyramid of girl athletes).
Elaine and Mary resort to blowing the lock off the door in order to escape the gruesome death planned for them by one of their many enemies – and in their escape they even find some friends, finally.
Sandra and Joan have made up their quarrel and the psychic bond between them is operating at full force – so Sandra is set to give a super performance in front of Dame Valerie, patron of the Southern Ballet Company.
This week’s episode of “Bonnie’s Butler” is drawn by a fill-in artist – namely Richard Neillands, who drew “Darling Clementine” in Jinty some years later. Here it is:
Trudy ends up running the rag and bone cart in order to save Mr MacReady from worrying – but then her beloved horse Silver seems to fall sick.