Winnie can't help being pretty and altogether delightful, so it really isn't her fault that the boys pay her so much attention. John takes Winnie to a picnic in his machine. At their arrival the young men, immediately desert the other girls and flock about Winnie. The other girls, greatly chagrined, refuse to have anything more to do with the picnic, turn their backs on Winnie, and walk away. John, indignant at Winnie's apparent liking for the other men, accompanies the girls. Winnie is greatly vexed at this turn in affairs. Leaving the boys at the picnic grounds, she follows John and the girls. An approaching thunder storm threatens the girls' dainty summer finery, and they attempt to seek refuge in the house of a confirmed woman-hater. The woman-hater refuses them admittance in no uncertain terms. John argues with him, but the man remains obdurate. At this juncture, Winnie, who has been pursuing the girls and John, appears at the cabin window. Winnie smiles at him appealingly and ... Written by
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