One of the more rewarding "perks" in this never ending research project is uncovering a small insignificant article buried deep within the pages of a newspaper that hasn't been read in many many years. Such is the case with this graphic reporting on the numerous persons, places, and things in the Chambersburg during the spring of 1914. I have highlighted the little article telling of the construction of the planned "Venetian Garden" theater. Who knew that the fabled "Park" theater that would take up that triangular lot on Anderson Street and Whittaker Avenue in Chambersburg had such an interesting genealogy? The lower graphic is from the opening day of the new outdoor theater, May 21, 1914.