The Whiskey Creek Water Company
by Jan Walker
Published: March 6, 2014.
November 1932 on Puget Sound-Roosevelt's elected to end the Depression, Prohibition's still the law, married women can't teach school kids, and a local moonshiner needs a distributor. Enter the dark-cloaked stranger in a sand-colored coupe, with his battered wife and waif-like child. Soon the community divides over supporting the wife and child, and sending the entire family packing.