In 1925 Earl May began broadcasting KMA Radio-960 from Shenandoah, Iowa, to boost his fledgling seed business. The station aired practical info. designed to help with the day-to-day activity in Midwestern farmhouse kitchens. Before long KMA was a trusted friend throughout the wide listening area. Hosting the daily radio programs & the live cooking demonstrations was a changing roster of personable, lively women who quickly became known as the KMA Radio Homemakers (HM). Here we can all hear the voices of the KMA HM & sample their philosophy & cooking, through recipes, bio's., & household advice. This scrapbook charts the continuing adventure of the KMA HM as they broadcast into the 1990s. An enchanting piece of Americana. Ill.