The May, 2008 Issue is now available as a back issue!

SOME OF THE ARTICLES INSIDE 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!