"The school at that time was what is now the Cultural Center. And we had seven grades in that building. We turned out at noon every day for lunch and we had to go from school to home to get a quick bite and come back. And we either walked or we rode bicycles...or there was a Mrs. Dr. Carter who had a-who won an automobile in some kind of raffle. It had running boards and she would drive by and all of the children would get on-on the running boards and ride back and forth to her house."
Roy Lambert, interviewed in 2007