AMUSEMENT* LAST THREE DAYS Warner Bros. Preser.t JACK CARSON, Jane Wyman — Irene Manning In the Hilarious Comedy "MAKE YOUR OWN BED" MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. Four Sessions Daily: 11 a.m.. 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. Prices'. 1/ to 3,4. Deaf Aids"Available. Box Plan at Theatre, Phone 30-100. Heated to 68 degrees. STARTING FRIDAY— Wnrncr Bros., who have given you the most Memorable Romances of OUR TIME, now IDA - PAUL LUPINO HENREID Nancy Coleman In the enthralling story of two people who might live— "IN OUR TIME" "IN OUR TIME" A Picture You Will Remember for "All Time" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" I TjT?'Dti r TPT TPV - T mission bay I bii.KKJi.L.liiY [ Phone 50 . 220 Owing to Length of Feature Programme Commences at 17.45. Frcdric March, Alexis Smith. Sir Charles Aubrey Smith In
" MARK TWAIN " A S'ncerp and Brilliant Presentation of the Life of Mark Tun in; His Adventures! His Great. Love! His Humour! Unforgettable!! Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" I rA DT THT I BALMORAL I Uft-riiU-b i rhonc 62 . 599 To-night 7.45 To-night 7.45 Gene Autrey, Smiley Burnette in " BELLS OF CAPISTRANO " Thrilling Adventure with Songs. A 1" HEY "'"ROOKIE"" m Splendid Dance Musical Romance. j Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. 11l A QTTkT? 11l DOMINION ROAD HI AbIUK HI Phone 61 .433 To-night 7.30. :: Variety Session 7.30-8. Robert. Preston. Ellen Drew in " NIGHT PLANE CHUNGKING " Recommended by Censor for Adults. John Shelton. Gale Storm in " FOREIGN AGENT " Approved for Universal Exhibition. STALLS, 6d :: CIRCLE, 9d ■DTTTTPT TTCC ST - helier'S r±L.JI.Jt-tL/Ji/bb Pnone 51 . 000
To-night. Wednesday and Thursday at 8. " IN THIS OUR LIFE " Starring Bette Davis. George Brent, Olivia De Havilipnd and Denis Morgan. Also Metro. News and Excellent Supports. Recommended by Censor for Adults. M A VT? A TT? SANDRINGHAM MAYJbAIK Phone 80 _ 482 To-night, To-morrow and Thursday Nights 7.30. Richard Arlen, Mary Both Hughes in " TIMBER QUEEN." also William < Hop:Uong Cassldy) Boyd In "THE LEATHER BURNERS." Both Uni. Exhib, I SOUTHERN CROSS 1 ELLERSLIE. To-night, Wed. and Thuis. at 7.55. " GERT AND DAISY WEEK-END " Elsie and Doris Waters Recommended uy Censor for Adults. " CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK " Donald O'Connor. Peggy Ryan Approved for Universal Exhibition. DANCING TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUESDAY, 8 P.M.' ZEALANDIA HALL DOMINION ROAD. OLD-TIME AND MODERN DANCE. Waltz and Fox Trot Competitions start To-night. Good Cash Prizes. Good Orchestra, Floor and Supper. Gents 2/. Ladles 1/6. 24 Orange Coronation Ballroom
VICTORY DANCE CLUB TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUES. AND THURS. TUPU WAKA AND HIS RHYTHMIC ISLANDERS. Vocalist, Miss M. Brady. Monte Carlo 1, 2 and 3 Prizes. Supper. 24 TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUESDAY DRUIDS' HALL OLD - TIME DANCE. Excellent Music, Good Floor. Prizes and Supper. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Admission 1/6. 24 EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT MUNICIPAL HALL NEWMARKET "MAYFAIR CLUB" OLD-TIME DANCE. Excellent Floor. Dainty Supper. Monte Carlo. Lucky Numbers. Old-time Tunes by CUNNINGHAM'S OLD-TIME RIO DANCE BAND Ladles 1/8. Gents 21. Come and Enjoy Real Old-time Dancing. 24 TO-NIGHT (EVERY TUESDAY) TO-NIGHI !
GAIETY HALL SURREY CRESCENT. SURREY SOCIAL CLUB. OLD - TIME DANCING. Selected Old-time Numbers by THE CRESCENT QUARTETTE. Excellent Floor, Music and Management. Ladies 16. Gents 2/. Lucky Numbers. Supper. , Old-time Dancing At Its Best. 24 j SPECIAL MY - T - FINE DANCE CLUB PARISH HALL (Late St. Sep.'s) TOP KHYBER PASS (near Miller's Garage) HIDDEN TALENT CONTEST MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. £10 Cash Prizes, also Contract to Sing With Band for three months. A. McKenzie, M.C.; H. Anderson, Mgr. I 24
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