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The chronicle-star. (Pascagoula, Miss.) 1920-1941, July 25, 1941, Image 2

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PALACE BEER I
PARLOR OPENS
UP NEW HOME
fwitV OfNtoi Of New Dw WB
Take Mare Tiamn In New
Pascagoula will be presented with j
oca. of the finest and most modem
beer parlor* and cocktai; bounces on
the enure MUafcwtpt* Oulf Coast.
Baturdav. when the Pala« Beer
Parlor mores tnu its new quarter*
In the new Brood, m; building at :
Krebs avenue and Canty Street
ttpectailv dammed and cnnstourt -
ed to sun tHe needs of the business
the new gaarters represent the
latest to establishments of tU kind
Modernistic te the word which
wowld moat suitable describe this
new parlor, it to elaborate hi de
tail, without being gaudy, and Its
appearance to most pleasing and ai
tracUve.
A huge bar. one of Uu largest In
this section to 33 feet long Pin
tshed In dark grained oak It blends
splendid!-, with the buffet
The large bar Is In two section*
each of which to centered with a
large mirror It Is finished In dark
oak with black trimming and blends
harmonious] t with the general
Goto saheme of the interior oi the
room The ratling to unusually long
being 32 feet in length It also
to finished with grained dark oak
For those who do not care to j
stand at the bar modern tables with
solid smooth mahogany finished
tops, are arranged, each of which
ha* a set of chairs with chromium
frames and red leather upholster
The Interior of the barroom l* fin
ished eery attractively The from
part aS the room to lighted with in- j
direct light coming through non
transparent glass bricks Four win
dows. high on the side of the room
furnish additional light and ventil
ation The windows are ornament
ed with Venetian blind*
The floor to made of dark tile
squares, which blend with the fur
nishings. The walnseoaUng Is
high and is finished In orchid From
there up tote walls are pink The i
celling is made of paneled board fin
ished in buff
There to ample lighting In the j
building. Fire fluorescent lighting I
chandelier.- trimmed in chromium
furnish indirect lighting Addition
al ventilation to provided by two
large Ians In the rear part of the 1
room
Joining the room to the roar Isj
the men’s wash room on one side
and a large storage room on the
other
The exterior of the Fa lace Beer
Barter to unique and attracUve The
front to set back aeveral feet to al
low space for a flower box. lu which
arbor vitae and English boxwood
Plants have been set out. A huge !
neon sign further mguunents the ;
front of the building
The compteuon and opening of
the Palace Beer Parlor, marks seven !
years of successful business opera
tion on the part of its owner and
operator A M Brondum. Noted
fro hto hoapKaU'j. he has bull; u£ ,
Altifi. EfiiiEil !>■*« A I to I f fHIHiftf
• ■ *•”* ' 1 J”to^* • i to
r®Wrw tow 2** oft ffils Uf ti
opened the PaJaee Beer Parlor In
the old location on Krebs avenue I
The splendid conduct of hts place- I
has won a wide and favorable repu- I
tation for the business and lts own- I
er. I
Brondum Building
Improves Pascagoula
Busings District
The new Broudum Building at !
Canty Street and Detma* avenue 1* ;
now completed and represents the
finest ol the pew buildings in Pas
cagoula and to a credit to the bust
neu district Built of brick and1
steel construction. It to handsome In
ttppetrtQoe.
The building occupies a frontage |
of 47 feet on Delmaa avenue and i
extends along Qamy Street 80 feet i
It contains space for three stores,1
two facing Detmaa avenue and one ;
on Canty 8treet
The comer section of the building !
to being occupied by the Palace
Beer Parlor and the other on Del- ;
mas avenue to occupied by the smart ;
Shoe Store, which opened for busi
ness two weeks ago
The store space on Canty Street !
to aa yet unoccupied
AH onion labor was employed in
ceuxtouciing the building
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* * irineb in London
iJM 1 J
C. P. Cmkimp'iuHm 1
United States Marines stand guard I
in front ef the U. 8. Krabas-y ui j|
London for the first time. Sixty, f
three officers and men of the Marine J
Corpp, including eleven rescued I
when the liner Jdaeadom was tor- I
pedoed, hare been sent to the 3nt
iah capital to act as firs wardens.
Pascagoula’s Newest - Latest - Finest - Best
The Most UP - TO - DATE On The Coast

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We Extend A Most Cordial Invitation To You And Your Frieads To Visit Us
And Enjoy Our Hospitality At Our
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| CONGRATULATIONS! |
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1 A. M. BRONDUM
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I PALACE
l BEER PARLOR
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1 SERVING OUR HIGH j
1 GRADE, QUALITY =
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AND OTHER PRODUCTS
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PASCAGOULA SHOULD FEEL PKOUD OF f
THIS FINE ESTABLISHMENT
| We Extend Kir |
1 Best Wishes |
| GROVER GRAHAM;
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DELMAS AVE. AND
CANTY ST.
Saturday, July 26
Our Bar Is Unsurpassed
We Pride Ourselves In Maintaining A Friendly
Atmosphere In Our Place
When Thirsty Remember
Palace eer Parlor
i
A. M. Brondum
Prop.
WE SALUTE
THE NEW
PALACE
BEER PARLOR
Where Better Drinks Are
Found You Will
I Always
Find
So*#*
j ITS GOOD |
COMPLIMENTS
OF
FRANK P. CORSO
BILOXI
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Congratulations!
TO THE NEW
PALACE
BEER PARLOR
WE WISH YOU EVERY I I
SUCCESS I I
Compliments i I
Gulf Coast I I
Beer Distributors I I
Association I I

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