Love is in the air as Mrs Davis talks with Connie about her new boyfriend, Henry. Will Mrs Davis be jumping into marriage anytime soon? Walter seems to be up to date on all the romantic gossip, including a secret date Connie just went on.
At school Mr Conklin is even in a pretty good mood with all the romantic overtones of the day. He warns Connie Brooks about Mrs Davis new boyfriend. He is reported to be a known con man.
The worried Miss Brooks goes to her own boyfriend, Mr Boynton, for advice. He suggests that Connie get married, but not to him. Huh? It’s all to be a practical lesson to show Mrs Davis how foolish it is to run off on a whim and get married. Will Mrs Davis get the point?
Mrs Davis decides to put her suspicious boyfriend to the test, since everyone believes he’s after her money. Connie poses as the landlady, and Mrs Davis plays the role as a house servant. Will her boyfriend be true blue, or will he be scared away when he thinks Mrs Davis isn’t so well off? The comedy goes over the top when all of Connie’s friends do their part to protectdear old Mrs Davis.