Miss Hunter is threatened by Lutie Bascomb for teaching the origins of the human race, accusing her of filling his daughter Lois Mae's head with "blasphemy" and "atheism".
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[narration as John 'John Boy' Walton, Jr. reading from his journal
Most of us on Waltons Mountain prided ourselves on our friendly hospitality, our family's good name and our dignity as individuals. But in a remote hollow lived a man named Lutie Bascomb with his daughter, Lois May. If Lutie prided himself on anything, it was his cussedness.