By Gene Mills
Gene turbines recounts the heritage of Swannanoa through the interval 1929 to 1950.
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Extra info for Another Time, Another Place: Growing Up in Swannanoa, 1929-1950
The kitchen was a mess during all the processing of the meat and it would be late at night before they finally got through. ” But in the spring they would all buy another pig, feed it all summer and in the fall, call Hambone on Thanksgiving Day to do it all over again. ” Gene Mills Swannanoa School consisted of two buildings. The old building was where the gymnasium was located, along with classrooms up to about the fifth grade. The new building had the rest of the elementary classrooms, all of the high school, the auditorium, the cafeteria, and the principal’s office.
After every revival meeting, many people would get saved and some of them would feel the call to go out and preach. At one time, there were many part time preachers in Swannanoa. There wasn’t enough churches for them all to preach in, so some of them would put loud speakers on top of their cars and go through the Village, and all around the Station preaching the gospel. There were five churches in Swannanoa. Three at the Station, the Baptist, the Methodist and the Free Will Baptist, and out in the country about a mile away, the Presbyterian and the Catholic.
He was put in another sixth grade, however, and we were never in the same class again. Claude loved trains and would sit on the hill in front of his house overlooking the railroad tracks watching the trains coming up or going down the tracks for hours and hours every day. The trains coming from the west had a pretty steep hill to climb directly in front of Claude’s house. One day he decided it would be fun to make it harder for the trains to get up the hill. He looked around in his dad’s barn and found some axle grease, so he took the grease and put it on both rails for about twenty-five or thirty yards up the hill.