Founders day is approaching, and festivities at school are planned. In the morning routine between Connie and Mrs Davis they discuss a statue to be part of the official ceremonies at school. Their talk also includes fund raising, paying the rent, and proper use of English. Walter Denton is onboard with a report of the latest gossip on the Conklins.
Mr Conklin is grumpier than usual at school when he has to endure a home remedy that his wife imposed on him. A statue from the art gallery has been ordered to decorate the school for the Founder’s Day festivity, Rodan’s The Thinker. When it was mixed up with one titled, the Kiss, a much racier statue, Connie is in trouble.
To help out Mrs Davis, Connie tries to hit up the staff, namely Mr Boynton, for contributions to a clothing drive. Their conversation drifts to the racy statue. Will it be the thing to give Boynton romantic thoughts of Connie?
With instructions by Conklin to not peek at the racy statue under the tarpolin, an outbreak of peekers becomes a problem. Not to mention the issues of Conklins wierd home remedy, and the clothing drive that find Conklin without his clothes.
But wait, there’s more than just a mix up or two going on, get ready for a comic look at human nature, and embarrassing moments for the stodgy school aministration.