Mau-Dra Shoppe

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Hanover, Pennsylvania

Maurice and Nettie Frey

The Mau-Dra Shoppe was located at 19 Baltimore St. in Hanover, PA. The "ice cream parlor" was a local Hangout for most of the 40's, 50's and 60's. The owner was Maurice Frey (pictured below). The shoppe was best known for their Chocolate and Marshmallow Stews--A concoction served in a small coke glass with ice cream with either chocolate  or marshmallow mixed in.

Photos, courtesy of Mrs. Paul (Jo) Spears, Mr. and Mrs. Frey's daughter, and scanned by H. G. "Pork" Zartman [class of 1953].

Right, Maurice H. Frey and Nettie Brockley Frey, married December 25, 1920.

Mr. and Mrs. Frey were graduates of the Hanover High School Class of 1919. Click here to go to the Class of 1919/

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The interior of the Mau-Dra
early 50s
Looking towards the front of the store - Sept. 1952 Maurice Frey, owner. 1963
Elks Home - 1909 -
Located on the corner of Exchange Place & Baltimore St. The Mau Dra Ice Cream Parlor entrance was the first door at the left of this postcard. The Elks entrance was the second door from the left with steps going up to door. The next building to the right with bow window was the Farmers Bank.

Above right is a newspaper clipping announcing the sale of the Elks Building in September of 1963

Article in Evening Sun - April 16, 1986