In the reading room, you cannot hear a whimper. The 4th graders of the local primary school are listening to the 62-year old Rózika (Mrs. Balogh) Gusztávné Balogh Rózika Balogh talk about the times when there was no phone in the village, to say nothing of electricity. She tells stories of the world of exchange, when they received flour or other food only when grain was brought to the mill, or when the women working in the households of the village were paid with bacon, cabbage and fat. Her story brings to life her blind grandmother, who baked, cooked and did everything around the house, went to the well for water, and even took/ wheat to the mill. Wheat that she gleaned and gathered in the fields by herself., after the harvest was over. All without using a walking-stick, memorising in her head the relevant routes and their hidden dangers.