The Farmerette (1932)
A single farmer, who tends to his property on his own, is advertising for a wife, a “farmerette”. A young flapper from the city sees the advertisement posted on his property. He wants someone who can help his sluggish farm get on its feet. It is sluggish because all the animals on the farm are lazy, preferring to sleep than anything else. The flapper is confident her big city sensibilities will be able to get the animals on their feet.