By Le Roma Greth
Homer Hollowbone is in love with a big city debutante named Melissa Dugan, whose picture he found in a newspapwe that was wrapped around some fish. Pretending to be everything he's not, Homer begins a correspondence with Melissa, telling her that he is a very refined, educated gentleman who lives in a mansion and who will be vacationing in Europe over the summer. Trouble brews when the lovely Melissa arrives to marry the handsom, well-educated young man of the letters and discovers he's really a hillbilly, living in an old shackwith his dirty, shiftless family. Homer tries to keep Melissa from discovering his true identity, but his efforts hilariously misfire and Melissa's method of revenge is pure down home bluegrass Virgina fun.