Only those of us who are in the "senior" senior years will remember the milkman delivering milk from a horse drawn vehicle. I can remember how strange it looked when our milkman pulled up with his horse drawn milk wagon with automobile wheels; it was a strange sight. I can also remember Peters' Garage on Liberty Street where Mr. Peters, his son Bill ("Beb") and my brother Bud were one of the repair centers for the Divco "Twins." Those guys knew every inch of those great old milk delivery trucks. Am I the only one who remembers that those Divco trucks had a seat, or, if the driver preferred, he could stand up and drive!.
Note from Tom: This graphic and many others on this site might take a bit longer to post, but I like to embellish certain ones that are certainly worthy of saving. Over the years, I have had many people tell me they cut out my columns as well as many of the posts on my websites and send them to friends and relatives who are not on the computer. I'm sure that many senior citizen would like to see this printed on a page and sent to him or her. That's one of the main reasons this website coined the slogan, "LOCAL HISTORY WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH!"