Phyllis Leffler: I really would love to hear you describe what those one-room schools were like. I know that’s not the major focus of our project but we have --
Donald Byers: Well --
Phyllis Leffler: -- already talked to many people who --
Donald Byers: -- they were crowded. And I’m trying to remember because like I said, that’s a long time ago.
Phyllis Leffler: Sure.
Donald Byers: But we did everything. We had classes, we had recesses, we had eating periods, and... I guess at that particular time, you didn’t realize there was a lot of turmoil because of the size -- of all the kids there, and sometimes you only had one teacher for the whole school or some-- and or sometimes two. So it was a lot going on, but at that age, it -- we were kids, so it didn’t faze us a bit.
Phyllis Leffler: It was just the way it was, it was --
Donald Byers: That’s just the way it was, that’s right.