Molly has wonderful news for her hubby when he arrives home. Has uncle Dennis moved out? Even better, a letter with the opportunity to invest in cosmetic clay that rejuvenates the skin. Abigail Uppington arrives with her own good news. She has also found the investment opportunity, and laid out $500 for a half interest. But wait, how many half interests can there be? Molly already bought a half interest. The Kingsmen sing, Katey Did.
Fibber is ready to call the Better Business Bureau, when the Old Timer visits. He has also bought a half interest, but so far, everybody has paid different amounts for their half. On the phone again, Fibber learns how the phone operator, Mirt,. sister-in-law threw her husband out the window. Harlowe Wilcox visits. Has he also invested in the phony clay? He has a better pitch to save on rough hands.
Before the McGee’s can run down town, Teeny pops in to hear about the investment. She makes Fibbers take time to tell her a story. Martha Tilton sings, Jim.
After hearing Fibber’s complaint, Billy Mills claims to be too smart to fall for phony schemes,, he found a better investment… cosmetic clay, and he paid yet a different dollar amount for his half interest. Has even Wallace Wimple been taken in by the cosmetic clay deal? His latest run in with his big old wife, Sweetie Face has to do with him giving up his day job to join the Navy. The mayor visits to say the scammer has been caught, and money will be refunded, but Fibber might still be in hot water with Molly.