Thomas Bros. 'is Biglerville'

Thomas Bros. 'is Biglerville'

There are 16 comments on the Evening Sun story from Aug 2, 2009, titled Thomas Bros. 'is Biglerville'. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

Brenda Black, of Hanover, helps to fix Marion Thomas Harbaugh s dress at the beginning of the day Saturday in front of the Thomas Brother s Country Store in Biglerville.

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Biglerville resident

Harrisburg, PA

#1 Aug 3, 2009
I grow tired every year reading and hearing about this old place and the people that own it. Why do we have to re-hash everything abouit it every year. This place even smells old when you are there.
DLE

Moosic, PA

#2 Aug 3, 2009
Biglerville resident wrote:
I grow tired every year reading and hearing about this old place and the people that own it. Why do we have to re-hash everything abouit it every year. This place even smells old when you are there.
What an ignorant jerk you are. This store and places like it are part of our heritage and should be remembered for their great wealth of local history. Show the Thomas Brother,s Store due reppect. They deserve it!
scott

Shippensburg, PA

#3 Aug 3, 2009
Biglerville resident wrote:
I grow tired every year reading and hearing about this old place and the people that own it. Why do we have to re-hash everything abouit it every year. This place even smells old when you are there.
Simple solution to being tired of reading about, QUIT READING ARTICLES ABOUT IT MORON!
angel

Carlisle, PA

#4 Aug 3, 2009
let the store have its 15 minutes of fame every year. the store has alot of memories for a lot of people. i loved that store when i was little. my grandma lived in biglerville and i have many fond memories, bought my first tea pot, son bought first car and he is 29 and still has it because his grandpa bought it for him. it's a great store if you never have been in it something for everybody.
Yepper

Middletown, PA

#5 Aug 3, 2009
angel wrote:
let the store have its 15 minutes of fame every year. the store has alot of memories for a lot of people. i loved that store when i was little. my grandma lived in biglerville and i have many fond memories, bought my first tea pot, son bought first car and he is 29 and still has it because his grandpa bought it for him. it's a great store if you never have been in it something for everybody.
You loved the store when you were little - exactly what the guy was trying to say. Please people wake up - this joint has a mildew smell.
Yea right

Harrisburg, PA

#6 Aug 4, 2009
scott wrote:
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Simple solution to being tired of reading about, QUIT READING ARTICLES ABOUT IT MORON!
The article says this store is Biglerville. How wrong could the author be. Biglerville is fruit, that is all it is.
C Shearer MT Dora FL

United States

#7 Aug 4, 2009
Living in Hanover and visiting the store many times. Even when vactioning in Hanover from FL, I would take my mother and a dear friend there to shop, my mother purchased a garment there to wear to her 50th wedding anniversay and it was not cheap but classic. The only thing I didn't care for was the sisters following you like maybe you were going to steal some mdse., but they probably had a reason to do so with so much clutter all around. I liked the store and would go back if I'm visiting from FL again. My best wishes for the remaining family of the family.
abc

United States

#8 Aug 4, 2009
The Country Store is "the" place to go for prom dresses. They have all the latest styles and designers. The upstairs is crammed with gorgeous gowns.
Little butt

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Nov 5, 2011
Little butt had a frighteningly interesting out of body experience at the store...she's been scarrred for life!!!!
Dudicus

Mount Holly Springs, PA

#10 Nov 7, 2011
abc wrote:
The Country Store is "the" place to go for prom dresses. They have all the latest styles and designers. The upstairs is crammed with gorgeous gowns.
Yeah, right! As though you have a clue. Refurbished prom dresses. Vintage styles 1984.
Janie T

Gibsonia, PA

#11 May 26, 2012
My husband and I visited the country store this weekend, May 25, 2012 and had the pleasure of meeting Marion, the owner, a rare gem!! The store was like stepping back in time and Marion had many wonderful stores to tell us about her life and her family. I would hope that people would appreciate Marion and her families legacy that she is still so very proud of today. For those people who speak negatively about the store, get a real life! Appreciate our senior citizens and what they and their families have accomplished!!
Bville resident

Chambersburg, PA

#12 Jul 22, 2012
The store is tired at best. Lets all stop trying to polish a turd. The store is simply a turd....hence, the smell...
Zipperhead

Shippensburg, PA

#13 Aug 1, 2012
Biglerville is an eyesore and should be completely leveled so we can use that area to grow more apples and house more Mexicans.
Pedro

Emmaus, PA

#15 Aug 4, 2012
Zipperhead wrote:
Biglerville is an eyesore and should be completely leveled so we can use that area to grow more apples and house more Mexicans.
I'll call my family
JBB

Clarkston, MI

#16 Aug 5, 2012
There was another murder in Gettysburg, my God it is a dangerous place.

The locals have lost control. I bet the migrant farm workers would do a better job running things. There'd be less crime and everyone would be happier.
Give it up

Kernersville, NC

#17 Aug 6, 2012
JBB wrote:
There was another murder in Gettysburg, my God it is a dangerous place.
The locals have lost control. I bet the migrant farm workers would do a better job running things. There'd be less crime and everyone would be happier.
Oh, give it up man. Stick to the discussion at hand, not your paronoid delusional dreams.

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