May 2008, DN-93
Some of the Articles Include:
Meet the Nominees: After a lot of work, and a lot more discussion, the nominations for Directorship of the Divco Club of America have closed, and we have a first look at all eleven nominees, including brief biographies of all the candidates.
Director or Worker: Which do We Need?: In his Director's Column, Dr. Stan Bourdon poses that question, and cites a number of members who got involved doing the recent work of the club. He also makes suggestions for the upcoming Director's Election.
New Directories Being Mailed: Along with this issue, the 2008 Divco Club of America Membership Directory is being included in the mailing. It took a lot of work to bring it to you, but it's here at last. This article details what it took!
Movin' On in Macks: This issue's Boyertown Photo Essay is all about Bodies by Boyertown making Mack Moving Vans.
Back to the Beginning: Pete Ellis started out delivering milk in a Divco. Now he's come full circle, resurrecting an old truck and returning it to his delivery fleet. Divco's Rule!
A Century of Bell Ringing: In this Photo Essay Extra, Ken Lego takes a look at the 100th Anniversary of Blue Bell Creamery of Brenham, TX. He shares vintage views of some of their ice cream delivery fleet.
Return of Detroit Electric: George Bacon, the engineer who designed the predecessor of the Divco Milk Truck, was Chief Engineer of the Detroit Electric Automobile factory. Now that venerable manufacturer's name has returned on a new line of electric vehicles designed to combat the fuel price crisis. Bif Florey outlines some of the "new technology" vehicles now hitting the market.
Plus the Divco Toychest, Literature, Club Mailbox, classifieds, Lego-Land and much more!