Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 30, 1935 · Page 10
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 10

Oakland, California
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Monday, December 30, 1935
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D OAKLAND TRIBUNE, MONDAY, DECEMBER 30,fl$35 CAFES, MTE CLUBS, READY FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE TO ENTERTAIN GVESTS Tl Emeryville Club to Hold Gala Night A special New Year's Eve program is announced.fcy Oscar Klatt, proprietor and, manager of Dugan's Night Club at 1354 Park Avenue, Emeryville. ' Chefs plan to give of their best to provide a 'dinner that wtH long- be remembered by patrons. There will be special decorations, favors and entertainment galore, with dancing to the strains of Franklin Earl Hood's syncopators. - Lillian Claire, blond torch singer, Noel Peterson, Jack Cedarquist and Ray Osegueda will provide special J entertainment features. "Dine welWand dance till dawn if you wish" is the Dugan slogan for . New Year's Evf . f YEAR S EVE FETE Cafes and Clubs, Resorts and Entertainment Places Book Orchestras, Stock Shelves New Accommodations and Decorations Of-fer Lure to Those Who Would-Greet 1936 10 ORIENT MOVED FOR RECORD NEWYUR FESTIVAL FOR M ' Eastbay hotels, cafes, night clubs and Other houses OI.enieriainincm this year have made special plans for the entertainment of their thou-sands-of guests on New Year's Eve. , With special dinners and entertainment, balloons, caps, noise makers -and other devices, the festive spirit of New Year's will be wooed In the Eastbay as never before. r "We've 'ot everything here to make New Year's Evtf the sort of occasion anyone would wish. There Is no reason to go elsewhere to celebrate when one can do It every hit SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S DINNER 75c Served from 13 m. to 9 p. m. MENU RELISHES Heart of Celery Ripe Ollvri APPETIZER California Fruit I. Olaii of Table Rletllnr Wine SOUP Chlekea Conaomme with Home-made Eff Noodlea - 4or Mock Turtle a la Jardlnere ENTREE Belled. Columbia River Salmon, Hollandalie - CHOICE OF New York Cut Sirloin gteak Bnrderlalie Sauce rilet Mlrnon a la gtanler Roaat Youni Goone with Cheitnut Dremlni and Currant Jellr toaat Tom Turkey, Entlinh Drelnr Cranberry Ranee and Olblet Gravy VEGETABLES Freud Garden Pea " inowflaka Fotatoea or Candled Tama SALAD Aiparatua Tlpn. Mayonnalie DESSERTS Moonllfht Sundae and Home-made Marble Cake Old-Faihloned Plum Puddlnii Hard Sauce Chiffon Pumpkin Pie. Whipped Cream Hoi Mince Pie. Brandy Sauce DRINKS Coffee, Tea, Milk, Hot or Cold Chocolate ' CHILD' PLATE-400 Conilnt of Soup, Roast. Salad, Deaaert and prink Alio Choice, Delloloua Chinese Dinner will be aerved at 7Ao Make your Mew Vear'a ' tve Celebration at COCK CAFE 419 15th St. Between Broadway and Franklin St. Phone, GL-OIWMI as. well right here In the Eastbay. one prominent night-club manager remarked todayv Fine foods, good wines, excellent dance orchestras, -good-dance floors; expert masters of ceremony these are the things that go to make New Year's Eve parties a success, and these are the things which every Eastbay restaurant, hotel, cafe and night club has planned this year for "the proper and fitting celebration that sees Old Man 1935 suitably 'interred, and that greets with cheers and merriment' the advent of the hopeiul infant, 1936. ' Throughout the entire Eastbay, managers of houses of entertain ment have made exceptionally careful and thorough preparations for the great event. Everywhere, the spirit of New Year will be in evidence. Mirth, music and merriment will rule until the., srfflrll hours of the first day of 1936,with many places providing New Year breakfasts for happy guests who have "danced the New Year in," and who still seek to continue the con-vrviality.of the festival. Cafelo6ffer Special Menu The Peacock, ultra-modern Chinese cafe at 419.15th Street, offers special features and an excellent dinner menu for New Year's Eve, according to Hubert Fonp, proprietor. Guests will enjoy the modernistic Chinese decorations here, while appreciating the appetizing i Chinese dishes offered them by the expert chef. HAPPY HEW YEAR Special New Year's DINNER 75c Served from 12 Noon to 10 P, M. CENTRAL BUFFET 412 14th St. - I Hotel Oakland has made special plans for the entertainment of its guests New Year's Eve. This group of specialty dancers (left to right) Helen Yoohs, Toots Steele, Marjorie Runkle and Lolly Barthels will appear on the program. Hotel Oakland Plans Surprise NEW YEAR'S EVE r 50 DINNER DANCE . X CELEBRATION . Per Pare For Reservations, Phone BE-93S3 SPECIAL NEW FLOOR SHOW Featuring Geraldlne Hartley and Music Masters ; EASTBAY S SMARTEST NITE CLUB The WAGON WHEEL PANHANDLE AT CENTRAL AVE., EL CERRITO ... . KH:i (iltl JVUWAI.n. FronrlMnr , Many surprises are in store for those who celebrate New. Year's Eve at the dinner dance in the Ivory Court of the" Hotel Oakland this, year, it was announced: today by Leon Barker, director- of the dance events at the hostelry. ! In addition to the many intermission acts with talented singers and dancers, a special model of the San Francisco Bay Bridge is being erected, and the first showing of the highly illuminative vapor lighting tn be used on the actual bridge will, be demonstrated. During this exhibition the "Girl of the Golden Tabloid," Bonita Francis, noted fan dancer from the San Diego Exposition, will do a special number, it is announced. Character dances will be presented by Ruth Hummel and acrobatic specialties by Helen and Carmen Yoohs. A special dance number entitled the "skate-hip routine" will be presented by. Frances La fFranchi, Lolly Barthels and Ruth Hummel, and a "dance of the veils" will be given by Bonita Francis, Barker announced. In addition, there will be 'special favors, noise-makers, serpentine, confetti and music by Jay Jacobsen and his college bandsmen to add to the hilarity of the New Year's Eve celebration, it is announced. Tavern Offers Rare Features 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL! 7 M J . ( Happy New Year in Chinese) NEW YEAR'S EVE FUN AND FROLIC Choice Chinese and American Food at Popular Prices. Minimum charae.SOc, after 1 O P. M. Souvenir for everybody.' NEW YEAR'S DAY 1 A ' I Chinese or American Class of Wine or" Small Bottle Local Beer AMERICAN MENU ; Young Torn Turkey Oyster Dressing ' Cranberry Sauce Roast Coose, Dressing and Spiced Apple . Filet Mignon " Button Mushrooms 'N' Everything Coes With It CHINESE MENU. Turkey Chop Suey Black Mushrooms New Shanghai Special Chicken Chow Mein, Pineapple, Roast Duck Chow Yukt With all the trimmings Alameda Inn Will Give Entertainment Unusual surroundings and an excellent cuisine, plus dancing and special entertainment, will mark the celebration of the new yeaf at Alameda's famed Airport Inn, where extensive preparations are in hand to insure that every guest has a real good time as1 old 1935 passes out of "the picture. TintfsHighJiaTCafe Breakfast Is Slated A special New Year's Day breakfast, served from la. m. to 6 a. m., will conclude the season's festivities at Tiny's. High Hat Cafe, popular dinner-dance rendezvous. The New Year's Eve dinner promises to be exceptionally -good at this caravanserai, Reali, Miller Will Greet Old Friends Peter Reali and Archie Miller of the Central Buffet." 412 Fourteenth Street, are looking forward to greeting many old friends at .thoir-New Year's Eve dinner and celebration. An exceptionally fine dinner and a general good time ar6 promised all pntrons for New Year's Eve, SPECIAL CANTON PROGRAM Benny N. Fong, at the New Canton Cafe, 418 Thirteenth Street, has arranged special entertainment and a' dinner replete with good things; both American and Chinese, for New Year's Eve. Guests are asked to mke early reservations oft tables. Hospitality, always a byword at the Red Lion Tavern and Coffee Shop at Hotel St. Mark, reaches new heights with the special prep arations made to entertain guests on New Year's Eve, according to A. L. Jensen, the proprietor. Visitors to this tavern like the air of old-world hospitality and comfort, the Old English atmosphere, the excellent cuisine and other features. There will be special music and dancing for New Year's Eve, and the dinner promises to outdo any special event meal yet offered by this house of excellent foods. Associated with Jensen in management of the Red Lion are Ray Brubakerv-.,Claude Brubaker and Gordon Pruftt all of whom will be on hand New Year's Eve to sefe, that guests receive every- attention and that all have a really good time. , . .. ' The coffee counter at the Red Lion is always a popular rendezvous, and the booths are never without their gathering of patrons. Stephen's Expects Capacity Throng Stephen's Restaurant, 200 East 14th Street, expects1 to have its seating capacity of 300 guests fully booked for its big New Year's Eve party and celebration, according to George De-vant and Charles Simpson, managers. "Lots of room: phone your reservations, and we'll sea that you have a good time," says Devant, who ought to know what the promise means, too, for he was formerly steward at Hotel Oakland, catering manager at the Women's City Club, maitre d'hotel at the Lake Merritt Hotel and assistant manager at the famous Highlands Inn at Carmel.- Charles Simpson is a nephew of William Stephens, founder of the restaurant, and" associated with him from its inception in 1925. He is a former student of the University of California in the College of Arts and Crafts. The kitchens at Stephen's are under the supervision of Ed CrispC'e. former demonstrator for one of the leading food manufacturers. New Year's Eve visitors at the New Shanghai Cafe, 425 10th Street, will find, not only an authentic bit of "the Orient Carried direct from China to Oakland, but a redecorated, remodeled, enlarged restaurant that still further exemplifies the mystery and charm of the Far East. A number of new booths, added as a result of the cafe's recent enlargement, provide additional accommodation" for the guests" who are expected to celebrate New Year's Eve here, and the entire decorative scheme carries out the Oriental effect designed by its founder, Fong Wan. Here, expert Chinese cooks concoct with skill the fascinating dishes of their country, using' imported delicacies that delight the eye and tickle the palate. It is their boast that no Chinese dish one has ever eaten in the Orient cannot be duplicated in their Occidental Chinese kitchens. v But in case you still prefer American dishes, that same culinary skill which offers you on the one hand the best cooking art of China, offers you on the other, with equal skill, the old American dishes which Floor Show Billed For New Year's Eve There will be a glittering array of new talent New Year's. Eve at the Wagon; Wheel, unique EL Cerrito night club, says Fred Gruenwald, manager. i The floor show will feature Ger-aldihe Hartley and a special cast, including a hula dancer; Gloria Mage, "big-time" fan dancer: Mar garet Lee, Oriental snake dancer; Alice Okee, Chinese rhumba dancer, and Egyptian dancers. Special entertainmenijs under the direction of C. Clay Barr Amuse ment Enterprises. are still, the standby of many patrons. Noisemakers and other souvenirs will be provided for the New Year's Eve celebration. ORIENTAL Shown here is the interior of the New Shanghai Cafe, 425 Tenth Street, . a veritable bit of the Orient" right here in Oak-" land. Start the New Year Right! Enjoy Tonrrflrat ' din tier t Tiny's Hi-Hal Club ' 431 19th St. - DINNER SERVED FHOM 2l00 P. M. 'TIL IOiOO P. M. AIo Featuring Ham and Egg Breakfast 2ifM A. M. TO Cfi. fllOO A. M . OlC Charlie KHno and Hl Band 418 I3TH ST. Bet. Bdwy. 4 Franklin HI (ate mi Pekin Low Dancing To Last Until Dawn One of the Eastbay's most noDular Chinese restaurants is the Pekin Low at Seventh and Franklin, with its atmosphere of the real Orient and its excellent Chinese cuisine. Special preparations have been made for New Year's Eve, with dancing till dawn in the large dance hall, to music provided by a union orches tra, and other features rcquisitw-to tne proper celebration of New Year's. Authentic Chinese dishes are the specialty at this highly interesting restaurant, p o p u 1 a r always with guests who know." New Year's DINNER 65t ran 8 COURSES With Klnnn of wlileVr' heer Served from 11 a. in. to O n. m. in I'rlvnte Booth Children' Plate .'15c We also nerve Chlneae UliinerM, OBe, ' foe yeaf 'Fun galore'- 11 HQ Vf jj I fAaQ ,i;n. fjhonfi and hlk orchestra sljl 11 For reservations,?" mjr Bliiii,nt Re.c f GLencourtW" J .jijNE FRANCIS" A . Mil i i'lW I RFKJITA 1 tared '"Jg DCarwaBurgudy mcluding Calwa or. i entertainment . Mr;B8 mi OfoieJb NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER DANCE 8:30 P. M., DEC. 31, 1935 'Limited to 50 couples Nlre plare rnr small (roups or .dub . Tickefs $2.50 per person Make Reservations before Monday Nile, December 80, 11)35. . B. Y. O. L. Oakland Airport Inn CELEBRATE New Year's Eve WITH US NEW YEAR'S DAY .DINNER Wednesday, Jan. 1st, 1936 CHOICE OF ROAST GOOSE, TURKEY OR STEAK AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS & Qpiitt jgffjop , Children'! Plate, 35c, consists of Soup', Roast, Desserts, Drink From 12-9 P. M. Phone GL-8838 for Reservations ' NEW SHANGHAI CAFE 425 lOfh Street, Oakland Open Dally, 11 A. M. to 1 P. M. Saturdays, 11 A. M. l J P, M. Merchant! Lunch served every day, 11 to 2 P. M. 25 & 351 Stephen's Restaurant "The Most Popular in Oakland' : ' 2O0"e. 14th St. Phone TE-7979 ' NE YEAR'S DINNER. $1 oo w Including Cocktail or Wine : lEnrly reservations, which may be made by 'telephone are advised. , Under Management of George Devant and Charles Simpson NEW YEAR'S EVE -DINffERl-25. '.' Entertainment De Luxe Dance tilkMonv Floor Show PEK L OW Corner FRANKLIN & 7TH ST. Phone TE mplebar 5910 for reservation COME TO OUR Met Year's Party 9 BIG ACTS . Gala Floor Show Starring INEZ HOOD IN CLASSICAL DANCES per plate ,, Dine and dance until dawn to the music of our popular , - - orchestra - Phone HU-6020 for reservation u g m 's 1354 Park EMERYVILLE -Beginning Today Edgar Rice Bur' rough's daily strip brings you a breath-taking new story IT A M S A M AN THE LEdDIPAMUD MIEM The reckless courage and leonine sfrengtK of the master of the jungle are challenged to the. utmost in this amazing and mystifying new narrative of .l.arzari. BEGIN READING IT TODAY! illi SHbutii ft '1

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