Bob is giving Lucille Higgins a ride in his automobile when they pass old Mr. Higgins, Lucille's father, who asks for a ride. Bob explains that he has some important business to attend to. Little does Mr. Higgins guess that Bob and his daughter are on their way to the church to get married. Meanwhile, father and daughter each enjoy their printed "Grouch Chaser" cartoons, which come to life for the audience. In "The Tales of Silas Bunkum" the title character tells a tall tale about a sneezing elephant. In "The Kelly Kids' Kite" the title object lifts a toddler into the air. In "Mr. Hicks in Nightmareland" a little man dreams of a fountain of a youth that turns him into a squalling infant. Finally, "The Pleasure of Being a Grandpa" shows a lonely old man dreaming of being a happy old grandfather. Written by
Did You Know?
Listen! Once when I was wrecked on a desert island...