National Geographic : 1941 Sep
On the Turks' Russian Frontier 369 In This Spacious Artvin Home Hassan Effendi Keeps Open House the Year Round His table always carries half again as much food as those sitting about it can consume. If his home becomes a rendezvous, he gains much "face" as a host. Food and a place to sleep are regarded by Turks as everyone's natural birthright, to be shared freely (page 386). _ ryE They Toot and Drum, but There's Not a Jitterbug in Sight Dressed in white and with the author at his right, Hassan Effendi listens to the plaintive, quavery music he has provided for the village children on Friday, the Moslem Sabbath.