"Yes I did because my father had invested in in his later years he owned so much of Perkins County. He would buy farms and farms. Well and he also opened some banks in those little towns, and they all crashed. I was in York when he called and told me about it. And of course it made but for some reason he faced it beautifully and we went on living Oh, I guess I said, 'Oh Dad, I'm so sorry.' He sold several of his ranches and reopened the bank. And so it was he kept it open for two or three years I think. And then times were so hard nobody had any money. So, it failed again along with hundreds and hundreds of others of those little banks."