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The matried were like that then. Our kids were not such good. They were in trouble all the time and the police would bring them home if they saw them at a party. JG: That must have been part of what made Mountain Lakes a different and special community. JP It was a warm, wonderful place to live. I had 53 good years there.
Like a canteen type thing. Those are memories my kids have. I think cords was it.
Take Michael and pick him up. It was just so much fun. The police knew more than the kids gave them credit for. And then Charlie was president of Little League and they had a team.
He went from president of Little League then he did the recreation commission. Just that it was a full time job.
Everybody would bring their own hot dogs and hamburgers and sal and stuff. Charlie was in the business, so he would get the paint at cost. Our kids were not such good. So then they stopped the boats.
It was just so much fun. But cooler he prevailed. JG: Was the Esplanade ever used by the town for more wholesome activities? JP Physically, we painted it ourselves. JG: Is that a Mountain Lakes you wish you knew, too?
Just a very funny man. The Esplanade, of course, is right across the parking lot from the railroad station But we did a lot of lunches. JP No, almost everybody commuted on the train. Villagd Smith who lived next door to us on Crane Road.
And Mary Lou, Michelle, and Laura. The Girdlers and the Biechwood -- all big families. What did you like about Mountain Lakes, what made you decide to buy the house that you did?
We would have a big picnic with all the lifeguards after the Sunday Races. There was nothing like opening up and skating all the way to the Club and back down to The Cove. JP I found out many years later. We bought the property and Charlie built the house himself. You im what, Mountain Lakes has always been a very social town.
JP No, but I had a neighbor who told us about it. JG: The Community Church?
Nobody worked. What was it like adjusting to that school for your children?
Pulled behind me. So I would walk to Island Beach with the children and when Charlie came home from work he would pick us up.
These were flares that Charlie got from the Fusee Factory. JP It was a warm, wonderful place to live.
Oh a long, long time. And Jerry Diello.
Our friends were the swimming friends in the summer. JP I found out many years later.
You mentioned already the railroad station, about the ping-pong tables. People said: "What is the matter? Help me in this respect. I think it was just a very friendly, outgoing, and a very giving town. Oh, sure, I remember that.
It was either baseball or swimming all summer long. He was probably mid-thirties at that point. What about the major holidays.
When I was talking with David Higgins, more about the 20s and 30s, he said a high percentage of the men would ride the train into New York. In fact, we finally had to get an unlisted phone.
JP Again, the economics in town were not like they are today. Sandy Hughes came and stayed with me. Tell us about that.
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