1554Re: [Gene_Londons_Cartoon_Corners] Ed Hurst's Summertime on the Pier, Capt St...
- Jun 1, 2011Oh, don't EVEN get me started on the FUDGE! Ahhhhhhhhh! *happy sigh* Like you I can no longer partake of such treats, but the memories are there -- happier times, for certain!----- Original Message -----From: LeeDebbie@...Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 10:48 PMSubject: Re: [Gene_Londons_Cartoon_Corners] Ed Hurst's Summertime on the Pier, Capt St...OoooooOOOOO! YUM! Both of them were great and the fudge was out of this world! I can't eat that stuff anymore but I sure can remember how good it was.In a message dated 5/31/2011 6:46:58 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, purple_sky@... writes:Planters was one of my favourites! And how about Fralinger's and James' salt water taffy? Sticky, sugary goodness!----- Original Message -----From: mshapiroSent: Monday, May 30, 2011 6:25 PMSubject: Re: [Gene_Londons_Cartoon_Corners] Ed Hurst's Summertime on the Pier, Capt Starns, The Diving Bellanyone remember HIGH JOE'S and ROTH's red licorice & peanuts on the boardwalk?How about Planter's? That was the theme at my Sweet 16Mimi----- Original Message -----From: mykulmakSent: Monday, May 30, 2011 4:18 PMSubject: [Gene_Londons_Cartoon_Corners] Ed Hurst's Summertime on the Pier, Capt Starns, The Diving Bell
We seem to be on a roll here, so more memories (Atlantic City themed). Looking back through decades of time and a thousand miles from the Atlantic...
Steel Pier Videos:
and my fav 1951 AC:
Remember Captain Starns?
One of my fav memories of AC was visiting Captain Starns. I have this recollection of an water area for penned-in seals (early/mid 1960's?)
1970's Captain Starns:
The Starn's wishing well:
The Diving Bell:
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