Category Archives: The Old Grocery Store

A Mayberry Moment

Dad and Art were great friends. Here they are at the unveiling of one of Art’s artistic masterpiece of his miniature panoramic Morris Canal scenario. Library Director Frank Kaiser was a great fan of Art’s artwork. A Mayberry Moment By … Continue reading

Posted in 2001, Ad Agency, Andy and Barney, Art Smith, Art the artist, Beavertown Historical Society, Believe in yourself!, Compassion, Dad, Dreams, Encouragement, Faith, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Friendship, Humility, Lincoln Park Museum, Lincoln Park Public Library, Mabey Lane, Memory, Morris Canal, My Old New Jersey Home, New Jersey, NJ, Nostalgia, Old Beavertown, Old Lincoln Park, Route 202, Small Town America, Small Town Weekly Newspaper, Stand Tall, The Independent News, The Old Grocery Store, Wisdom | Leave a comment

To Honor World War II Veterans

For myself, getting my tribute for the World War II veterans on the front page, was a big deal. I was to learn that some of the people of my old hometown did not really appreciate the tribute at all. … Continue reading

Posted in 2004, Be Strong!, Believe in yourself!, Dad, Determination, Encouragement, Faith, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Healing, Humility, Life and Leisure, Life's Dreams, Memory, Modern Life, Moving On, Newspapers, Old Beavertown, Second World War, Small Town America, Stand Tall, The Old Grocery Store, Wisdom | 2 Comments

The Golden Opportunity

The actual class schedule for my first semester at County College of Morris. I fell in love with the idea of going to college, right from the start. The Golden Opportunity By Richard Mabey Jr. In September of 1971, I … Continue reading

Posted in 1971, Be Strong!, Believe in yourself!, Determination, Divine Protection, Dreams, Eastside High School, Encouragement, Faith, Finding Your Purpose in Life, Ford Falcon, Life's Dreams, Lincoln Park Herald, Mabey Homestead, Memory, Never give up!, Penny, Professor Keeler, Romance, Spiritual Lesson, Stand Tall, The Old Grocery Store, Wisdom, Youngtown Edition | 1 Comment