Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Barbara (Olive Tell) has grown tired of the endless chores at her mother's boarding house so she decides to get rid of her penniless sweetheart and marry a rich young man. Unfortunately he loses his wealth shortly after the wedding, then he dumps Barbara when he catches her flirting with an elderly man -- no matter that she was only doing it to get a stock tip. So she strikes out on her own and opens up a millinery shop. It goes under and she decides that maybe her place is with her ex-husband after all. This drab feature was based on a novel, Nothing a Year, by Charles Belmont Davis.
coming-of-age, divorce, first-love, reunion