Joy was a child actress. She is credited in the 1945 movie “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.”
From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
YOU AND I: Primary, Third and Fourth Grades – Joy Duguay was given the prize for the most humorous costume, whom the children called “The Cannibal,” at the Halloween Party.
From the 1941 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Joy Duguay was in the fifth/sixth grade class in 1941. She co-authored an article about the class trip to Forest Lawn for the Yearbook.
From the January 10, 1941 Mar-Ken Journal:
YOU AND I: Joy Dugay visited her father [over the holidays].
From the 1942 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Yearbook:
•Famous Sayings in the sixth grade class: Joy … “I don’t know.”
•Class Predictions: There is no doubt that Joy will be a famous pianist.
•Joy Duguay wrote an article, “Costumes of the Incas” for the Yearbook.
•Joy authored the Yearbook section on “Class Ambitions” and said of her ambition that “she hopes she will be a great pianist.”
From the September 28, 1942 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Joy Duguay is a 3rd, 4th & 5th grade reporter for Junior High Section of this and the October 13th issues of the Mar-Ken Journal.
•7th Grade: Joy Duguay helped her mother with the victory garden during her vacation.
From the October 13, 1942 Mar-Ken Journal:
•MOVIE NEWS OF THE WEEK: 7th and 8th Grades: Joy saw Iceland, but it warmed her up.
•FAVORITE SAYINGS: 7th and 8th Grades: Joy Duguay’s favorite saying is “golly.”
From the 1943 Mar-Ken Primary and Junior High Annual:
•Nicknames: Joy – “Woody” (the woodpecker)
•Predictions 21 years from now: Joy Duguay will be a dancer.
•What would happen if – Joy would become a blond?
•Joy Duguay served on the Journalism Choosing, and Correction Committees.