The location Camillos at the Crossroads is on was owned and operated as a general store in rural farm country by two Evans families. The first Evans family was totally unrelated to the second Evans family. Then the Lipincotts bought it in early 1940s and continued as a general store eventually then transforming it into a luncheonette. Old Mrs. Ben Lipincott is still talked about for her homemade pies.
In the early 1970s, LIpincotts sold to the Fischers and was transformed by Bob (a German trained chef) and Lousie Fischer and operated as a German American venue with 180 seat, 3 dining room restaurant from the early 1970s until 1995 when Bob died.