Press: Sunday School & Skeezix

Before or after Sunday School, most U. S. moppets hasten to extract the "funnies" from the family's newspaper. High among their favorites is "Skeezix," the 10-year-old boy in Cartoonist Frank King's "Gasoline Alley." Last week Dr. Charles Everett Draper, pastor of Quindaro Methodist Episcopal Church in Kansas City, Mo., asked his congregation: "Why Doesn't Skeezix Go to Sunday School? Why didn't Auntie Blossom [Skeezix' s foster-mother], when she be came Mrs. Wallet, take Skeezix to the House of God? The Wallets go to shows, drive in the country, and do everything normal persons do except...

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