Beaver wins a 14K gold locket at the carnival ring toss and gives it to his friend Donna, after putting a picture of each of them inside; but Donna's angry dad won't let her keep the expensive gift and mails it back to Beaver without a note of explanation. Confusion reigns when June finds the locket hidden in Beaver's dresser drawer and thinks Donna gave the gift to Beaver.- Written by shepherd1138
As Beaver is in that phase of change called early puberty where he is no longer a child but is not yet a man, his family has no idea what activity he is partaking in that is causing him to be consistently late from school. What he has been doing is pining over Donna Yeager, just watching her walk down the street as she passes him every day, he not saying a word to her. At a carnival, Beaver ends up winning a $20 14-karat gold locket. After Wally convinces Beaver to give the locket to their mother, Beaver, on Gilbert's suggestion, decides to give it to Donna instead, inserting photographs of her and him inside. Donna ends up loving the locket. But Beaver, who had no idea of the implications of such an expensive gift, has to figure what to do when those implications surface, or what he believes the actual actions of those implications mean.- Written by Huggo
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