Milwaukee, WI. 1920's. It was up in the air in what they intended to do. Ann and Bonnie. The clothes were bought at Schuster's. They decided to take a ride in a hot air balloon. They are sisters. The sisters saw a rope attached to the balloon. Because the balloon wasn't up that high, they scurried down the rope. One of the problems was their long skirts and their hats. Wouldn't their hats blow off? Their hats couldn't blow off because they were attached to the ropes; so the ladies were stuck to the ropes from their heads. Fortunately there was a flat-bed truck near-by so they could land on it. They were attached to the rope by these long hat pins and the pins slid out. Now that the pins slid out and they were away from the ropes, someone should come by (not saying there will be anyone) and help them so they can do what they really should be doing; being actresses in a parade. They ended up in their chairs and told the story together of what happened and they couldn't believe it. They decided it was much better sitting in their rocking chairs than being in a hot air balloon or on a flat-bed truck or in the parade.