June's singing at a small party attracts the attention of Bill Craig, a small town teacher. Soon the two are married and June is happy. When she is asked to sing at a special benefit, an agent hears her and offers her professional work at one of the local night clubs. Bill encourages June to pursue her dream, but when she realizes how much time away from Bill will result, she decides to give up her singing career and return to Bill.
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Regina gets excellent marks in nurse's training, but her queasiness gets in the way of performing her job properly. Doctor George Harmon confronts Regina, suggesting that a nurse's life isn't the life for her. She takes a week leave of absence to think. While on leave Dr. Harmon comes to court Regina, saying the qualities that make her a failure as a nurse would make her a success as a woman, wife, and mother. Regina is in love with Dr. Harmon, but resolves to overcome her queasiness and be a good nurse too.
Janice is married to Andy Fowler. George Nichols is the sales manager at the textile firm where Andy works and also happens to be one of Janice's ex-flames. Andy invites George over for dinner to help his chances for a promotion, but when George is alone with Janice, he makes it clear he is going to have his vengeance on Janice by holding Andy back. Andy wants to confront George, but Janice gets the idea of inviting George's boss, Mr. Jason, to dinner. While there Janice suggests that Andy show Mr. Jason his sales ideas. Mr. Jason likes Andy's ideas and promotes him to regional sales manager.
Donna was from the Bronx. When her family moved to California she found she didn't fit in with the swimming, skiing, horse-riding lifestyle she found there. But she eventually discovers she had just started out with the wrong crowd as she finds friends who seem to share her interests, including a new boyfriend.