And the thing that was the most worrisome was they used to come and um...oh bother you, try to scare the women at night, to try to get their husbands to come home. Course, there was no lights, no street lights or anything out that way and, and uh... they would come and they would uh... say, well, they pounded on the house and knock on the windows and they'd say, "either he come home or we're gonna bust in and we're gonna kill you," and all this stuff and, and then um... when they'd thought they'd scared us to death why then they'd take off and they'd go somewhere else, but is was really miserable.

Show Transcript Speaker: Rollin Moon. Interviewed by U-M Flint Labor History Project. Date of interview: 5-10-1979. Edited by Michael Van Dyke.

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