Payne: Did she do other jobs as well?
Ray: I don’t … No. And she was lucky to have that one.
Payne: Yes. I’m sure (Ray: Back then.), I’m sure. Did she run the machines in the …
Ray: No. She was the clerk in a store.
Payne: I see. I see. What was the store?
Ray: T. F. Moore’s dry goods store.
Payne: So, she came here and she started to work and then the three of you were enrolled in the schools here. So you walked to school?
05:30 Payne: And eventually you must have gone to college? If you work with the …
Ray: I went to the business school.
Ray: I learned a trade and I became a secretary for the soil conservation service.
Payne: Where? Which business school did you attend?
Ray: Noel Hawkins in Memphis.
Payne: Yes. How long were you living in Memphis?
Ray: About a year.
Payne: It was a year’s training school?
Payne: So, that would have meant after the war, after World War II …
Ray: Yes, well, during World War II.
Payne: During World War II? Oh, I see … so, let’s see you graduated from high school …