Prime Time: Back in the days of home-delivered milk, ice and groceries
In the 1940s, you who lived then will remember the man who mysteriously delivered milk several times each week very early in the morning. The first thing we did when we came down for breakfast was to go to the front porch and bring in the milk. It came in quart bottles. No plastic and no gallon jugs. Just good old glass. Mom was already busy in the kitchen preparing breakfast.
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