After doing some repairs at a neighbor's home, John is accused of stealing and selling some antique silver mugs. The fact that he was able to buy new tires for the truck doesn't make things any better for him. But John's pride is hurt and he is angry that his integrity is questioned, so he refuses to explain how he was able to buy tires when he had no money the day before the robbery. John-Boy and Ben do some sleuthing to clear their father's name. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Mary Ellen Walton
[referring to a magazine ad
Well, if there's really a Depression, who could afford to buy things like these? Look, a 1934 Nash Sedan. $760.00! Who can ever save up that much money?