Jan loves Lance even though he refuses to hire her at his architectural firm. She goes to work for his rival Fred and steals confidential information from Lance’s office to win a contract. Lance finds out and breaks up with her. Jan discovers she’s in over her head on the job and asks Lance for help. He solves her problem and she agrees to give up her career and marry him.
Conchita Lopez; Martino Lopez; Aunt Maria; Manuel Alonzo; Johnny Farrell; Roberto
Conchita convinces her father to send her to university in the USA, over the objections of her fiancee Manuel. She falls in love with Johnny there, but has to go home when her father is killed. Manuel urges Conchita to marry him; when Johnny doesn’t answer her letters, she agrees. An epidemic of hoof-and-mouth disease strikes their cattle, and Johnny is one of the American doctors sent to help. He and Conchita realise her aunt intercepted their letters to keep them apart. After a thrashing, Manuel confesses he poisoned the cattle. Conchita marries Johnny.
Ava Halverson; Herb Bascomb; Mrs. Halverson; Josh Meyers
Artist Josh gets a scholarship to study in Paris and wants to marry Ava so she can come with him. However, her widowed mother opposes the match, preferring local businessman Herb for her daughter. Ava and Josh argue and break up, and she becomes engaged to Herb on the rebound. However, on the day Josh’s ship is to sail, Ava changes her mind again and joins Josh, this time with her mother’s blessing.
Laurie, an employee of a corrupt political “machine,” urges her boyfriend Guy not to run as the party’s mayoral candidate. When he does, Laurie embarrasses him at a rally and is selected by the reform Citizens Party as his opponent. Guy’s party reveals that Laurie was once in reform school, so Guy quits the ticket. He and Laurie reconcile, and she steps aside so Guy can take her spot. Guy wins the election and marries Laurie.