Having lived in Vineland all my life, I would like to take a walk down memory lane and relate the many experiences, places and people who I knew as a young man in this great city.
Remember, back in the day, there were no electronic devices such as we have today, so we had to communicate by talking to one another, face to face.
I grew up on Third and Wood streets, among neighbors such as the Tuckers, Snyders, Lovecchios, Goldsteins, Reillys and the Goodmans, to name a few.
Some of the things we would do as young kids would play box ball in the street, football on the vacant lot on West and Wood streets, and other kids’ games to keep us out of trouble.
Come 4 o’clock, the New System Laundry whistle would blow and we would all scatter for home.
In the summer, we would ride our bicycles down to the Maurice River, where we would “skinny dip.” Continued…Read full original article…
Source: The Daily Journal
Original publication Oct 14, 2018
Posted on NatCorn 19th October 2018