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Those were the days

The Neuman Brothers Store at the corner of Mountain Home and Woodside roads at it looked in the 1930s. James Neuman had two boys and twin girls who helped operate the store, which was the forerunner of Roberts Market that is open today on the same site. (Photo courtesy Woodside History Committee.)

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