There was a neat old antique store here that had a very cool bar of resin covered bottle caps, if I remember correctly. Greystone Gallery or something. Each of the old hotel(?) rooms had a different consignment dealer selling stuff. Very neat building.
Neat old movie theater. They usually only run one movie a week. I am so glad this place is still around!
Loved going to this place as a kid, and still try to get some peanutbutter meltaways every time I'm in town, or know that I'll be seeing my Dad anytime soon. Get a box of the dark chocolate peanut butter meltaways for me!
Lamberts used to be Hershberger's Paint & Wallpaper. My grandfather Donald Henry Hershberger I, was the owner with my grandmother, Ruth Petrea Hershberger. I used to spend a few weeks each summer during the late 1970s and 1980s. I went with grandpa Hershberger on painting, whitewashing, and some wallpaper jobs. There were apartments on the top 2 floors, and his shop on the first. The place was deceivingly long, he had several rooms and even a large warehouse in the back. I never got to go down into the cellar where the boiler was, but apparently my grandfather used to let a town vagrant stay down there overnight when it was cold.