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[[caption]] (Left) Is the riding pass of which Miss Gladys Nelms, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris G. Little are seen inspecting. (Right) Is the riders including Arthur Brown just before the start. (Below) Is Morris G. mounted on "High Hat" the five-gaited stallion. (Note the Club House in the background.) [[/caption]]

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ANNOUNCING... HILL CREST STABLES is now open to the public for inspection, states Mr. Otis Brown, proprietor of the only all-Negro owned riding stable in St. Louis. He also wishes the public to know that within a few weeks the beautiful CLUB HOUSE that is to be modernly furnished and equipped with radio, card tables, music machine and dining room to accommodate his many patrons and club members throughout the winter months. This club house will be heated with the latest heating system, he states. A membership drive will be under way within a short time. The club is open to those who are fond of riding sports. Rates, $1.00 per hour, open every day from 6 a.m. Sundays from 5 a.m. (Follow this route to the HILL CREST: take Manchester road to Geyer, turn left on Geyer to Monroe, turn right on Monroe to the Club House). - Photos by Davenport.

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"Popping at the West End Waiters"
The club members of the popular West End Waiters' Club on Vandeventer and Fairfax, as, usual, was "jumping high" last Sunday night. Many celebrities were seen among the members enjoying the sweet dance music of Roosevelt Thomas and his West End Serenaders. Many others are seen taking on a few "nips" between dances specially prepaired by the mixmasters Carl Tennon and John Easley. The proprietors Bob Laseus and Tom Brown welcome you at all times to the "elite dancery of St. Louis," the West End Waiters' Club.

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The Mix Cameraman caught the "jitters" doing their daily dozens at Dad's Corner on his visit in Kirkwood last week. Many St. Louisians, including the ever-popular Sam Gholston who were among the many other "downtown" celebrities that were making "whoopie." If you're in doubt of finding DAD'S CORNER, follow this route: take Clayton Road to Big Bend, turn left on Big Bend to Kirkwood, follow Route 66 over the tracks to Brooklyn Ave., turn left two blocks... Dad's Corner.

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DAD'S Corner Tavern
"The High Spot of Kirkwood"
Open every night for your enjoyment
Serving Choice Beers and the Better Sodas
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Open to Clubs and Organizations for Parties
Brooklyn & Shelby Sts.
Kirkwood, Mo.
C.J. (Dad) Wallace, Proprietor.
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