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DANCING NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PAK (GREY LYNN BRANCH) TO-NIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY, 7.45 till 11.30 p.m. Masonic Hall UPPER QUEEN STREET. FRED ENGEL'S ORCHESTRA. OLD-TIME PROGRAMME. Ladies 1/6. Gents 2/. Good Supper. 10/ Cash Gifts. 28 H. JACKSON. Hon.. See Alliance Hall EDEN TERRACE TO-NIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY. OLD-TIME DANCE. FELLOWSHIP DANCE BAND. Monte Carlo. Lucky Numbers. Excellent Flooj Supper. Cotne Early for a Real Happy Night. Ladles 1/6. Gents 2/. 28 J. POX, M.C. MY-T-FINE DANCE C I* U I Parish Hall (Late St. Sep.'s) Off Top Khyber Pass, near Miller's Garage. TO-NIGHT AT 8. Enter To-night—Hidden Talent Contest. THE NEW MY-T-FINE DANCE BAND. Special Prizes, etc., including Free Gift 10/, Lad? and Gent. Do not miss this Night of Night; TO-NIGHT 1 Admission 2/. A. McKenzle. M.C.; H. Anderson. Manager. 2' "THE BROAD WAl* Municipal Hall NEWMARKET. Dif. THIS EVENING, 8 o'clock. OLD-TIME PROGRAMME. Spot Waltz. Specials. Supper. OPERATIC QUINTETTE. In appreciative numbers under leadership of Carl Ladles 2/. Gents 2/8. 28 Floor Management, CASEY RJJfc&USLL. Crystal Palace Ballroom MOUNT EDEN ROAD. MODERN DANCING IN A MODERN MIRRORED HALL EPI SHALFOON'S FAMOUS BAND. With Modern Music. Good Supper. WAITEMATA SWIMMING CLUB. Dance in Comfort. 2£ dance to-ijight AND EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT At the Catholic Services' Club (Comer of Pitt and Wellington streets) ALL MEMBERS OF THE SERVICES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED. First-class Music. Splendid Floor 38 Pirate Shippe Cabaret MILPORD BEACH. MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCHKJ From 8 till 11.40. Frankte Burns and His Piano AceoTdioa wiTl be with us again, also Miss Eve Scott singing the latest hits. TO-NIGHT AND EVERY SATURDAY. Good Music by MARTIN'S MELODY BOYS. Monte Carlos. Spot Wcultz. Admission: Double 2/8, Single 1/8. Reservations Ph. 78-414. Les Wood, MO. 28 T s O-N I G H T T O-N J fi E I Gaiety Hall SURREY CRESCENT CRESCENT DANCE CLOT Montes (Supper) Lucky Numbers Subscription 2/. All Weloome. Select Old-time Dancing. 28 ST. MATTHEW'S WELCOME CLUB AUCKLAND'S PREMIER DANCE CLUB For Uniformed Servicemen and Merchant Na*y Men. St. Matthew's HaH HOBSON STRE.TT. THIS EVENING. 8 p.m. to 11.30 P.m. A Hearty Welcome Awaits You. EVERYTHING FREE. 28 St. Mary's Hall GREAT SOUTH ROAD TRAM TERMINUS. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT HARD UP BALL. CONNON'S POPULAR DANCE CLUB Modem and Old-time. Good Prizes. Exclusive Catering Admission 3/6. 28 Richmond Yacht Club (Incorporated) DANCE AT WESTHAVEN CABARET TO-NIGHT (SAT.), 8 p.m. to Midnight. AL CLARKE'S ORCHESTRA. Double 5/, Single 2/8. Supper Provided. Cubicle Reservations Ph. 40-763 before 5 p.m. Fri. 28 808 TAYLOR, Hon. Sec. BALMORAL DANCE CLVB Zealandia Hall BALMORAL TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT ROYAL MAKA & the SYNCOPATED ISLANDERS Matti Hita Playing Electrlo Steel Guitar. Novelties. Monte Carlo. Lucky Numbers. Supper. Admission 1/6 and 2/. FOLLOW THE CROWD. Come out and dance on the best floor In Awcidaod. Jitterbug Prohibited. 28

PATRIOTIC DAKCE Mt. Albert Grammar School' Hall TO-NIGHT — SATURDAY Dance to MODERNAIRS SWING SIX BAND. Good Supper. Monte Carlos. Admission 2/8. Marie Chaney School OP BALLROOM DANCING. Learn latest variations Rumba, Tango, JUe, at Auckland's Premier Studio. Private Lessons by Appointment. CLASSES FRIDAY, 8 P.M. Studio: 10, HIGH STRKEET. Next Campbell's Shoe Store. Ph. 41-3 H. 28 Patricia SCHOOL OF DANCING. 203. SYMONDS ST. Phone 30-821. Private Lessons by Appointment. MODERN CLASS EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Principals: PATRICIA M. COOK (A.1.C.T.D.. E3.) EILEEN F. COOK (A.1.5.T.D., B.B.) LEARN TO DANCE AT HOME. Why be the "wallflower" of the party? Especially when our "short-cut" methods, cutting out all unnecessary "spade worfc" study, teacii you the Waltz, Quickstep, etc., within a few days. A 2d stamp will bring your complete details of our Course and details of our Exclusive teachins methods. For your protection the Course is sold under Money Back Guarantee. Lavelle Schools of Dancing DEPT. A.S., P.O. BOX 1060, AUCK., C.l. S Margaret O'Connor Studio N.Z.'S UNIVERSITY OF BALLROOM DANCING. First, Second and Third Couples in recent Peter Pan Competition trained exclusively in this studio. studio: 95. QUEEN STREET. (Entrance Exchange Lane). Phone 48-214. S Trustep Studia ZEALANDIA HALL, Dominion Road. MODERN BALLROOM DAN(,.'ING. Beginners' Class Every Monday 8 p.m. Private Lessons by Appointment. WALK IN DANCE OUT 23 Modern Ballroom Dancing EPSOM. Correct Style and Technique Assured. Private Tuition. STUDIO DANCES ALTERNATE FRIDAYS AT 7.30 P.M. Classes formed for friends wishing to learn together Members H.M. Forces Half Tuition Fee. MAVIS TOLLEMACHE, 11a, Ranfurly Road East. Epsom. Phone 16-214. 5 Ballroom Dancing LET US TEACH YOU. STRATTON SCHOOL OP BALLROOM DANCING. First Floor. H.M. Arcade. Auckland. | Phone 45-440. g AVIS HEDGEMAN STUDIO ALL THE LATEST VARIATIONS. Special Attention to Beginners. Make inquiries at the Studio: " 328 a, QUEEN STREET. C.l. Phone 44-147. 6 FRED EDNEY'S STUDIO OF BALLROOM DANCING, 319, QUEEN ST., above Town Hall. Give me &. few hours of your time and I vrtll teach you how to dance. Weekly Practice Class Every Tuesday. 8 - 10.30 p.m. FOR INQUIRIES PHONE 41-615. S RUBY SHERRIFF, H.B. Building. Newton.—Private I Lesson, 2/6 (or 8 for £1). Modern. Old-time. Tap. i ; Three dances by post, 5/. WS

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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