If you were born and raised in Shippensburg, chances are you remember the great tasting hoagies that came from the little mom-and-pop shop known as Bigler’s Grocery, on the corner of East Orange and South Washington streets.

Even if you didn’t grow up here, but happen to live in town in the late 1960s through the early ‘80s, you are probably familiar with this popular pastime. 

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