Irma decides to better herself and take piano lessons. Unfortunately, Jane had to let the piano go back to the music shop due to lack of any one playing it, and to save on making the payment. I’m not sure where the “Junior” mentioned in the title comes from, but Irma seems to be stuck when she can’t back out of the lessons.
Professor Kropotkin stops by, but doesn’t have many good words to say about the school where Irma is to take lessons. Al comes over to tell about his latest invention. If he can help get Irmas money back, he might be able to use it to invest in his latest wacky idea to raise money. Can they manage it?
Irma decides to be in the tallent contest anyway. It might take some help from Al’s friend Joe, or possibly from Mrs Riley to help her out.
Later, Irma faces the blackest day of her life when she loses her job over a mistyped letter. Will there ever be any bright spots for her? I’m sure there will be, Irma seems to live a charmed life when it comes to people being forgiving of her.