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KANSAS SWATTED THE SUNDAY DINNER AND
IT WENTH0W IS JT AT YOUR HOtiSfe?
-Topeka, :Kan., Aug 1-W
jwith the. Sunday dinner!''- saysfKau-,
. sas. Give- mother and' the '-"girls, ai
p-'est!" ' ::..''''
y ' And thus. a" great waveorefonn.is'
sweeping over the state and winning
converts in every hamlet, and- farnV
house. ". : j-
A year or two ago the phU'osophers
of the State University discovered
that "what was the matter wijth.Kah--'sasi'
was the old-fashioned . Sunday
dinner, which kept women folks from
getting a day of rest and incid'ejifelly
overloaded the stomachs of the men."
So the university started -a crusade
that has found its way into the -do--mestic
science curriculum of every;
college and high school in the state.
1 Last year 4,000 future housewives'
had the simple Sunday mealJdea iri-
stilled into them the domestic"
science classes, and they've1 been'
spreading the gospel very .effectively.
"Co!" -said the Kansas housewife.to.
big Sunday dinner and dinner. went.
Sp the -Kansas mother. is: in rebel
lion, aided-and abetted by the-Kansas
daughter,, sister, aunt, grand
"Why shpuld we work "our heads
off on. the Sabbath day?" they ask,