Helen; Louise; Betty; Sylvia; Roy Adams; Henri; Hal; Ralph; Jeff
Helen, Louise, Betty and Sylvia call themselves "the Four Musketeers." Helen’s 3 girlfriends disapprove of her romance with poor waiter Roy, and convince her to date Hal instead. Roy finds out and is disappointed, but Helen apologises to him and they reconcile. Sylvia falls for artist Henri, leaving Louise and Betty is search of rich, handsome husbands. Louise dates handsome actor Jeff and Betty chooses wealthy Ralph. All four friends have happy marriages despite each looking for something different in a man.
Poor farmgirl Meg moves to the city and becomes a model. She wants a rich husband to help her forget her poverty-stricken youth, and middle-aged Jim fits the bill. Stranded on a farm after her flight is forced down in a field, Meg and handsome young farmer Bob fall in love. Meg is conflicted but in the end she decides marrying a young man for love is better than marrying an older man for financial security.
Jean; Bill Warner; Killer Mike Warner; Moose; Mrs. Warner
Jean dates policeman Bill but falls for his boxer brother Mike. Jean fears if she marries Bill she’ll be stuck in poverty, so she breaks up with him and dates Mike. However, when Mike throws a fight, causing everyone from his old neighbourhood to lose money that they bet on him, Jean sees his true nature. Mike tries to force himself on Jean and Bill beats him up. Bill and Jean reconcile.
Ed and Shirley fall in love while on vacation. They become engaged, but Shirley is curious about his former girlfriend Iris. Eventually, her jealousy causes her to break up with Ed. Shirley then learns Ed and Iris were childhood sweethearts but haven’t seen each other for a long time. Ed and Shirley get back together.