Cathy becomes engaged to her college sweetheart, but he wants follow his family into the “noble profession” of farming. She convinces him to move to Chicago and get a job in advertising. Hank tries, but is unhappy and decides to return to Missouri; Cathy breaks up with him. Later, sent by her newspaper to take photos of flooding in Missouri, she meets Hank once more. They’re nearly killed in a flood, and Cathy realises she loves Hank and wants to share his life even if he’s a farmer.
Sue and her mercenary roommate Mona spend the weekend at a rural cabin with Mona’s boyfriend Pres and his boss Alan. Sue feels sorry for Pres; Alan says he’ll expose Mona’s true nature to him. Mona, realising Alan is wealthy, admits she doesn’t really care for Pres and Pres overhears. Alan is happy that Pres has wised up, and he himself has fallen for Sue.
Sheila Wilcox; Bob Porter; Mrs. Wilcox; Glenn Marden
Sheila and Bob love each but constantly quarrel. On the night before their wedding, Bob's jealousy causes a break-up. Sheila's mother says she agrees that Sheila and Bob are not suited for each other: this makes them both argue with her, insisting they are perfectly matched. The wedding goes on as scheduled.
A young woman drops a cheap "love token" she bought from a gypsy fortune-teller and Bill picks it up. He denies having it, and the police are brought into the matter. Bill admits he caused the fuss just so he could get to know the young woman.