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POPULAR SPORTSMAN Vernon Anderson, prominent sportsman and business man of the city, who is responsible for the enjoyable times one has when visiting the DEL-EWE Tavern, one of St. Louis' most popular bars and cocktail lounge where many celebrities meet nightly to partake in the choice liquors, wines, beets and delicious sandwiches served. Miss Juanita Caldwell, the night barmistress, and Geraldine Winston, the day mixmisses, put every effort into serving the many patrons who frequent the DEL-EWE to bring-'em back for more. "Backing-'em behind the bar" is Murray Butler and James Murray the mismasters, while the "what'll you have please", cute waitress, Miss Minerva Brown and Willie Mae Fowler do the serving. All this makes the DEL-EWE BAR and COCKTAIL ROOM the "High-fly spot in Mound City". Mr. Anderson is a member of the associated businessmen league of St. Louis. [[image - black & white photograph of a man in front of a car on the street, storefront in background]] "Just Before the Memo Jumped" This snap was caught a few hours before the famous CLUB MEMO, located in South Kinlock, began "poppin" on the last week-end. The Club Memo has become to be the "talk of the town" as the top notch nitery on the out-skirts of St. Louis. Fine beers, along the nifty sandwiched, are served at the MEMO daily is why nite life revelers seek this play spot out when out for a night of fun. (This route to CLUB MEMO-- take Natural Bridge to Carson Road, to the Club Memo.). [[image - black & white photograph of three girls in The Club Memo]] [[image - black & white photograph of The Club Memo filled with guests]] ANOTHER NIGHT AT THE CAPITAL Percy Phelps, the well-liked mixologist, took time out to pause for this picture last Thursday night. Perry is rounding up his fourth year at the Capital. Thursday night is "jumping" nite, as well as Monday nite. [[image - black & white photograph of Percy Phelps behind the bar with guests sitting and smiling]] [[advertisement] "Have Them Drop You Off At The" [[image - black & white heart logo for HARLEM]] HARLEM 3438 Franklin Ave. NEwstead 0908 St. Louis, Mo. [[image - black & white cartoon of a man hunched over, carrying a suitcase stating 'MODERN' and a bag stating 'CLEAN' with the base of the cartoon stating REASONABLE]] Private Bath and Rooms by Day or Week Rooms with Phone, Hot and Cold Running Water Shower DEPENDABLE HOTEL SERVICE ROBERT A. MINER, Mgr. [[/advertisement]] [[end page]]
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