may 31 1928

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may 31 1928
 - DINE and ANCE AT LODGE IN ITS Unique Dining...
DINE and ANCE AT LODGE IN ITS Unique Dining Room and New Banquet Hall jo ma-jj ma-jj Mar-ic Mar-ic cap-J cap-J in J ' ! con-. con-. j Film r m i ! urn m iiiMiir? r: m 1 8 Enjoy The Dance With Fine Music Perfection of Service Pride of Our Guests m I g g B j Im-, Im-, m 'Mj of:g M f Eat In Comfort With Charming Surroundings The Lovliest Spot In The Santa Cruz Mountains Welcome Neighbors A coi'diitl invitation is extended to Santa (Viizjuis and those in the surrounding vicinities to make Hrookdale "Lodge tlieii- tlieii- rendezvous, whether it be for rest or for play. You will find every luxury of appoint incut here, brought about by the generous hand of nature- nature- tiUKiix-ntcd tiUKiix-ntcd tiUKiix-ntcd by careful and studious thought on the part of the management. Tourists aver that there is nothing quite like the "Famous Dining Iioom" with the mountain brook run nini? through it. Within the Lodge proper you will find perfection in service and eutertain nient. On the giouiid is the finest of open-air open-air open-air swimming pools, tenuis courts and silky saddle horses are provided for the accessible 75 miles of mountain trails. Lavish e.vpemlil ure in the completion of tlie new Banquet Hall lias resulted In making ihookdale Lodge one of the most captivating places in the Santa Cruz Mountain district to dine mid dance. Fine music is provided by orchestra, radio and victrola. Dancing between coin-M's coin-M's coin-M's or at dansiints in tlie afternoons, when refreshments will be served. Xot the least at-tiactive at-tiactive at-tiactive new feature of Urookdale Lodge is the new sun-terraco sun-terraco sun-terraco roof with its beach and lounging appointments. Drive over any afternoon or evening. It's a foci and refreshing ride over the Big Basin Highway to the door of the Ixlge not over half and hour"s ride from Santa Cruz. HKi:.KI'.ST served daily from 7 a. ,. to 9 a. m. I!!' lv kl'WST served Sunday from 7:30 a. m. to 9:30 a. m. LI NCHLON served daily from 1 a. m. to 2 p. m. DIXXLIt served Sunday from 12 m. to 8 p. m. Dr. F.K. CAMP, Master of the Lodge of; 3 &aiSISI2IEMSiaMSafflaaai3ISIE 1

Clipped from Santa Cruz Evening News31 May 1928, ThuPage 5

Santa Cruz Evening News (Santa Cruz, California)31 May 1928, ThuPage 5
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