From 1950, Sally and her mother make a tune rarebit for their two hungry guests. It's a snap with the modern convenience of their gas stove! The end result looks like the "stuff on a shingle" my father-in-law refused eat after he served in the Navy. I pity the poor boys who have to eat that stuff.
Since this short educational film was brought to you by your local gas company, it should not come as a surprise that Sally's last name is Gasco.
Yep, it looks like a woman's place is in the kitchen.
Times were simpler then. Not better, just simpler.