Despite her heroic service record during the war, a woman declines working to help needy children in its aftermath. Wanting to erase the painful memories from her mind, she's now focused on living the glamourous life of a designer.
After becoming a sucessful writer, a husband becomes an egotistical snob. His wife wants to talk to him about his change in character, but he's not interested in hearing it. A horrible car wreck, however, changes his outlook.
Franz Balek, the Bergermeister, is beloved by his villagers. His coffeehouse is also the town's gathering spot. The kids love him as well; the boys want to grow up to be like and the girls want to one day marry him.
This uplifting holiday episode dramatizes the work of the real-life Sister Ann, beloved head nurse at Mercy Hospital. Her patients include Guermo, a young boy who's heartbroken over not being able to afford a bicycle for Christmas, and the grouchy old Mr. Atherton.
Greg has a long resume of jobs that haven't worked out. His wife, Janet, keeps proding him to take positions he's not right for because she has expensive tastes and is obsessed with keeping up appearances.
On Inga's work farm, which she runs for convicts on good behavior, she meets a man whose prison record prevents him from keeping a job. Inga, who has faith in the goodness of people, arranges for him to work in a major company as an accountant.
Two "ugly ducklings" and old friends, Mabel and Fred, begin dating. Eventually, Fred proposes marriage, but Mabel's insecurity over her looks keep her from believing someone could really be in love with her.
Seven years after her husband was killed in Korea, Catherine Harding falls in love with a charming and romantic writer. Then the news arrives that her "late" husband has been found alive in a prison camp.
Little Petey is crushed when he doesn't qualify for a Little League team. His mother bones up on baseball, and then works with him to improve his game. She proves so good that she actually becomes a Little League coach.
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