Carol and Roy Brewster's marriage started happily, but then they began to argue more and more. However, when Carol finds out she is going to have a baby and tells Roy, they apologize to each other and are happy again.
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Jim and Ellen seem to have a dream marriage, but after two years of marriage they start arguing and eventually drift apart. Ellen starts thinking about old beaus and Jim takes up golf to get away. Ellen decides to make an effort to be extra sweet to Jim, but he hardly seems to notice. But as she is dreaming of her first romance that night, Jim wakes her with a kiss and they resolve to make their marriage a success.
When Lillian Callaghan announces she is going to marry the owner of a hamburger stand, her mother is against it. When the father is drawn into the conflict, Lillian and her sister press to find out what hold their mother has over him since he seems to have abdicated as boss of the family and allowed their mother to run everything. Then he recalls his role in helping a girl named Millie stay out of jail, not knowing she had taken bonds from a safe. Realizing he didn't do anything wrong years ago, he declares that Lillian is going to marry the fellow she likes.
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Ruth Carrington is accepted for training as a stewardess and meets a pilot, Paul. When Paul asks Ruth where her family lives, she is caught off guard. Thinking of her family's humble lives, she lies, saying they do not live nearby when they actually do. Paul and Ruth start dating, but Paul is disappointed to learn that Ruth has lied about her parents. When she confesses her lie, they go to visit Ruth's parents and eventually get married.
Keith and Millie were both raised in poor tenement districts. When they married, Keith promised Millie that someday she would want for nothing. But all Millie wanted was Keith. As Keith became more successful at his real estate job, he spent more and more time away from Millie. But when Keith's hot streak ends and he loses his job due to poor sales, Millie is happier since she will get to see more of her husband.