The Christmas season is kicking into high gear, but there’s still plenty of room to joke about the new rationing, and meatless Tuesdays. Holiday traveling is limited due to fuel rations, and we get more news from the recently enlisted Wonderful Smith. Ozzie and Harriet offer their support for the troops, then they sing, Why Don’t You Fall In Love With Me?
The merchants of the old west have done some good seasonal business, and have hired Deadeye to take their money safely to the bank. He has the help of his gal Cactus Annie, who teases him about his fashion choices. Jokes about meatlessTuesday, and gas rations may end up in gunplay, but its nothing that Deadeye can’t handle with ease.
Clem Kadiddlehopper does his Christmas shopping early, and look for something special for his gal, Daisy June. As he shops, he runs into Daisy June who compare each others choice in fashion. Maybe the department store Santa Claus will help Clem make some decisions. Ozzie transitions with a musical rendition of, By the Light of the Silvery Moon.
A glimpse into a store finds J. Newton Numskull trying to pick up a gift for his wife. Since its also the sponsor time to pitch their product, guess what heeds going to buy for her. Will we find Junior the mean little kid on Santa’s naughty, or nice list? Now you ought to know better than that. Its off to do some shopping including more jokes on meatless Tuesday, and taking mass transit. In the store, Junior has plans to cause all his usual kind of trouble. embarrassing his mom, telling secrets on her, but when he gets to visit Santa he shows that he can have his good moments too. He’s willing to be a good citizen, and make sacrifices to let the troops have what they need to win the war.