Joey starts the Capitol City Junior Achievement Corporation in the barn. Packy gets elected as treasurer. Packy starts business dealings without checking with anyone. But all isn't lost because the Junior Achievement Corporation is on the job.
Joey and Packy have got baseball fever. Jim hires a drifter to work at the ranch and he turns out to be Roy Daniels, a famous baseball player. Roy (Charles Aidman) is downhearted because of an injury that he thinks will end his baseball pitching career. Joey and Packy help him realize that all is not lost.
Joey and Packy get to go on a real trail drive along with Jim and Pete. They even have a covered wagon for Pete and all the supplies, just like in the old days. Their neighbor Red (John Milford) is along to help but he may be working for some rustlers. We find out Pete has a guitar and loves to play.
It's American Education Week and all the parents are invited to visit the school on Tuesday night. But Packy's parents have plans they can't break. Packy decides the best thing for him to do is become a hobo, so he skips school and goes to visit Bones Reese, a hobo who's passing through the area.
An oldtimer named Grubstake (Andy Clyde) comes by to visit and tells everyone about a treasure map that he has. Trouble is a couple of crooks want that map. Joey and Packy go with Grubstake to help find the gold.
Joey, Packy, and Vic (Billy Chapin) learn about building rockets. They start a Rocket Research Society with Joey's high school teacher. Pete's worried that they'll all be blown to the moon. Vic's dad don't take much stock in rocketry and forbids Vic to join the Rocket Research Society.
A man is trying to take the Broken Wheel Ranch with the help of a crooked Land Office manager. He wants to sell the land to the government for a huge profit. Joey and Packy study the law books and come up with an idea to thwart the crooks.
Fury has lost a shoe and he needs a blacksmith. Eli Kane (Peter Whitney) is the local blacksmith but business has been slow and his landlord is about to foreclose on the shop. Jim has a plan to help save Eli's shop.
Jim becomes a Big Brother to Mike (Tony Haig) to help him get his bearings in life. Mike has been kicked around so much, he thinks the whole world's against him. The Broken Wheel Ranch is just what he needs.
The circus is in town and Joey and Packy are spending the whole day there. Packy wants to be a lion tamer and join the circus. The next day the lion escapes from the circus and Packy gets his chance to be a tamer.
There's a horse bogged down in the waterhole at Stone Gorge. Joey and Packy stop in at old Mrs. McGilmore's place to call for help but she throws them off her property without letting them use the phone. Joey and Packy go back a few days later to see if they can lend Mrs. McGilmore a hand.
Joey is entered in the Capitol City Gymkhana (a Gymkhana is like a friendly rodeo). His friend Danny (Stephen Hammer) is also entered but Danny's father (Bartlett Robinson) accuses Jim of cheating because Jim is one of the judges.
Joey and Packy are helping out at the Eagles Nest Camp for underprivileged kids. But the new owner wants to close the camp. He wants to use the area for his brood mares. Aunt Harriet is visiting the Broken Wheel Ranch. Maybe she can help out.
Packy has a problem and her name is Willie (Wendy Winkelman). She's good at everything. Everything! Packy has to do something or he won't be able to face the fellows again. He and old timer Jake (Doodles Weaver) hatch a plan.
Carlos (Carlos Vera) is staying with Joey for the summer. Joey doesn't have a lot of time for Packy. So Packy doesn't like Carlos very much and he's mean to him. When Carlos runs away to back home, Packy has a change of heart.
Packy has a lot on his mind when he falls asleep and he has an amazing dream. The dream is set back in the 1800's and takes place in a real western town. Everyone plays dual roles in the dream sequence of this episode. It has everything you would want in a top notch 1950's western movie, including Joey Newton as Billy the Kid (dressed in black). This was the last episode in the Fury (1955-1960) television series.