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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 9, 1923, Oakland, California
B wednesday evening Oakland Tribune May 9, 1923 Success rewards 14 years colonial first ii Attena was not started in this state i in run in Iii i Anton hid i ten times an hour i Nill Nini Towt indicate a cleanliness. Courtesy and pleasure combined ill present system. Its proponents to be a logical response to the demands of the Day and to More nearly meet the re As an Ideal Public eat j ins institution than does any other j systems it is claimed that it eliminates practically Ali objections attached to other classes of eating places and provides perfect Satis faction to Quality of foods As Well As healthful Condi sons of preparation and service. The main Points made in its fax j or Are absolute cleanliness tasty continued on Page 16 some years ago an Eastern newspaper writer referred to a City of Southern California As buckle of she cafeteria ,beh." from that and other remarks an f i Iii p t n Iliad w spread that the cafeteria had its inception in California. As a matter of record however the cafeteria idea is Saiva to have been imported to califor Tia from the East. To California belongs the credit for making the most of the idea and As usual bring ing it to its highest credit for introducing cafeterias into California is Given to miss Helen s. Mosher. A member of the same family As the col onial cafeteria originators. Miss Mosher took part in y. W. C. A. Work in her Home City of Jack son mich., and was keenly interested in the cafeteria run in connection with the to civil in 1905, she came to California to int to the cafeteria business and the first Experiment in this line in los Angeles in the origin Al she has prospered from the Start and is one of the into the room through Large grills i in the ceiling. There Are fourteen i of these Prills each of Cross Fec i to on much Larkpor than the Galvan j izod Iron ducts Are con it which bring the air from outdoors. The combination of ducts and grills is so designed that the Las go volume of air enters the room gently and is distributed in Rouchou with a minimum of motion which can cause neither o Lili. Loihl tag Cut the vol by i ilk. us i Usu which pantries and Kitchen to be ventilated As veil a dining Roora. Always a feature of the menu at the colonial Armour fresh air a generous volume will j be served to patrons of the colonial i cafeteria in the new i Street dining room. Such perfect provision has made for Cor i rect ventilation the orig Hout the building that the seeker for Frosh i air on holidays need on a come to the ice dinner. 1i j is stated that he will be served with the Best of air end plenty of it. Of i Liveret without unify land free from a strip of the qualities which characterize j the air breathed by vacationers in j Many other places. Every cubic foot of air in the main and Mezzanine dining rooms proprietors of the entering company of the Southern City. The Success of miss Mother s Experiment was an important Factor in influencing mrs. Arid miss and mrs. Crane in lieu Ding to open the a Lunial cafeteria in Oakland. Spirit of the organization. I this policy resulted in Hui ii int up la Orslini action of men Mil women who Mior Strind spin j of Coop or Tion and value the prockl will of patrons then have Dpi n i j few in list i of except As they i naturally Orourre i us conditions Tho pm Loyth s Lii Iii Clos in i n in like of a a or. When no Pic in for n position in St us liner the perfection of this sir Range Mont. To in a precaution is p. Pirp in extraordinary a separate control j arts cell runt id in. Bids .no.ss, for each Tut so that the incoming por larger personnel not in i air from any anti can be controlled for.1 and the attitude of ninth Antiri in discontinued at will. 01 la Olitia. Provisions has Beer made i for every portion of i spite ducts being run to exhaust impure or Obecny Onario air pantries Short Oiler j uncut a lavatories of etc., each being is a porn to d and controlled. Riox in air Ivan fans sex the waste air Ami the i Yiirs of the vacuum thus in Aid. Ali to is machinery oper Aii a without or vibration and the air to inhale and adds i uric n to the co vent of eur depends upon the loyalty and in the is uni Tiv in sets i to i i Afnan the the of f its ii fast for Iress an set tudo on do place. Dishwater will be feature of Kitchen a owl to Turc of equipment in t at Tivoli worked Sif Adolv for firm Sho is it the r 1 thu Cioloni Al is re i Cunti inked on Page 16 i which is port to j or tray to Mother with facility j it is an Oakland product. Then Washer in violent motion j quirk la dirt and continued growth and our wishes to the new colonial j. Seulberger co., florists 418 fourteenth Street colonial progressive concern Welcome to Franklin St. Oakland title insurance and guaranty company title insurance bldg., 15lh and Franklin its. M. Getz co., inc. San Francisco wishes the new colonial unbounded Success congratulation is and Best wishes to colonial cafeteria i general soap company private brands a laundry soap toilet soap soap chips and soap powders 149 California Street san Francisco California treat new machinery with care i hat is what the colonial does. Or 11 i 11 an la Nunn in machinery with Union fuel Oil Union Oil company of California colonial cafeteria first began tempting the appetites of Oaklander 14 years ago h. G. Prince cd co s qual Ity canned fruits vegetables and Catsup have been served now colonial cafeteria is housed in its Beautiful new building the Opportunity to command the Best in every thing h. G. Prince co. Will take added Pride in me continued appearance of their products on the colonial food specialists throughout California consistently select Globe a 1" flour profit by the judgment of those who have made careful and intelligent comparisons. Think it Over now men made in san Over three million bags sold Ai Ine cd Leniul Caj Celdria. L a constant reminder of the careful and scientific methods used in our Plant. Quality and service Manhattan laundry co. 1812 Dwight Way Berkeley Al isl Pirodi Berkeley 335 i i troies. And since you enjoy them at the colonial Why not try them at Home also h. G. Prince co. Fruitvale Oakland California canners and preservers of California s finest fruits vegetables and Catsup. At your grocer is Well Worth consideration e congratulate the colonial upon the opening of its splendid new Home and wish it great Success. Wholesale butchers Oakland California is to see How Kream of Kream is made is appetite s most r r Aid. This wholesome j made with care makes people want u everywhere i the Drydyk corporation congratulations Are extended to the colonial cafeteria on the opening of its Neu building. It is hoped that such Evi Dence of a desire to Render even belter service will be awarded by increased of patronage. My Tijou 1607-15 it in t that the new colonial should choose our products to serve its patrons. Dairy shows find lift winners West coast creameries cheese butter milk. Milk Cream butter. Phone Oakland i67u3 17th St. Oakland. Cal. See for yourself Why the milk and Cream you Are served at the new colonial is so goo i Isil our Dairy farm Between Avarado and on the main Road. All the m do and Cream used at the Neu colonial supplied by Willow Brook Dairy Hayward from Oay r Arm and the truck farms of c. Colella co. Come to your table a great variety of fresh vegetables. Always the Best of what is in season. Bay farm Island wholesale. In i Eget Oblea and produce 409 second is. Lakeside 4153 the colonial cafeteria features on their daily menu Ilia rpm zest
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