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Junior Moler's store on E. Potomac Street in its heyday.

(From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries)

Lisa Cornelius Soudry: The old wood floors with 'green crumbles' of something? And of course the Donuts in that glass case on the counter as you enter the door. 'Deli' in the back.

Red Moler was the first owner of the NY Hill Mkt. He was Jr's and Bob's father. Not sure whether the father or son opened this market. Please let us know if you know...Peter

Dewey Gibson: I used to buy gum in bulk from him and sell it in pieces in school. I love walking across those creaky floors. That's what a general store should sound like.

Debbie Pearson: When I see Moler's, I think of Maude (Grandma) and Tillie. Some of the stories were hilarious.

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