Reminds me of Aunt Bee, but then, I'm pretty sure she showed cleavage to somebody, witness this, from Wiki:
Color seasons (1965-1968)
Aunt Bee (Frances Bavier) in her kitchen and apron, from "The Mayberry Chef."
Bee undergoes some changes during the final three color years of The Andy Griffith Show. In the early years, she gives her heart to scalawags of all sorts and sometimes needs Andy's help in extricating herself from unpleasant romantic situations. In the color years, however, Bee's suitors are respectable gentlemen and include a retired congressman, a clergyman, and a distinguished professor. Bee's evolution in personality is reflected in her dress. In the show's early years, she is given to wearing comically dowdy house dresses, fruit- and flower-decorated hats, and ladylike white gloves for venturing outside the house. In the color episodes, she discards her frumpy wardrobe and steps into more stylish attire.
(That screams Cleavage to me)
More drastic in the evolution of the character than her taste-shift in men and her wardrobe about-face is her liberation from her homemaker role in Andy's house. In the later episodes, Bee leaves the Taylor kitchen to open her own restaurant, to host a television cooking show, to run for office, to buy a car, and to take flying lessons.
(and how did she manage all that, back in the day, without showing a little cleavage, hmmm?)
Andy and Opie are sometimes left at home to prepare their own meals. (poor boys).
So there you go, flash the boobage and ba da bing, ba da boom... June didn't know what she was missing.