1975: MRS. FORMIDONI REMEMBERS HER EARLY YEARS LIVING IN CHAMBERSBURG
What a fascinating extract! I have managed to salvage part of the ever so short article which has been pieced together from a very worn Trenton Times article. I am currently searching for the other part of this article which is in a collection of miscellaneous clippings relating to Chambersburg. Stay tuned!
HI TOM....I CAN RECALL THE CHAMBERS FARM WELL AND ALL THE MANY THINGS THAT HAPPENED THERE IN THE EARLY YEARS. I ALSO KNEW THE FAMILY WHO HAD THE STORE ON THE CORNER OF BUTLER AND SO. CLINTON IN THE 30'S. THEIR NAME WAS AMODIO AND MAY HAVE HAD THE STORE AFTER THE PEOPLE YOU MENTION. ALICE AMODIO WAS AN EARLY GIRL FRIEND OF MINE AND WE SPENT A LOT OF TIME IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. THE CHAMBERS FIELD WAS A VERY LARGE OPEN SPACE AND THE PEOPLE OF CHAMBERSBURG USED IT FOR MANY OCCASIONS. BEST REGARDS