This was evidently the first year of what would become Frank's annual temperance
picnic. They continued up through his death in 1937, featuring well known speakers.
For example, in 1932 Alf Landon participated. Although he makes no reference
to the issue of alcohol, it must have been on people's minds since Kansans voted
the following year to prohibit the sale and production of alcoholic beverages.
Later in his life, as detailed in his autobiography, he became a genuine crusader against alcohol.