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AMUSEMENTS BOOK NOW FOR WEEK-END \ |»l PLAZA W~7 / S QUEEN STREET == \ / | Phone 41-586. = \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. TO-DAY AND EVERY DAY. 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m., 20th Century-Fox Films present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS With Monty Woolley Roddy McDowall IN HER LATEST PICTURE "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" Roaring with Fun Glorious with Songs SPECIAL SUPPORTS INCLUDE Latest Air Mail News from Everywhere. PLANS AT THEATRE AND REGG'S. Approved lor Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece. Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED" TIVOLI OXFORD TIVOLI _ OXFORD TOP OF QUEEN ST. J? 7 QUEEN STREET Near Grafton Bridge. Opp C.P O Nightly at 8 j I Sessions at Sat. 2& 8 ! 11- 2- 5- 8 Phone 44-136 I I Phone 42-274 Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. COMMENCING TO-NIGHT! Gay, Sparkling, Diverting Entertainment. Tuneful Songs — Melodious Music — Exciting Dances. A Star-Studded, Laugh-Loaded Musical Comedy! United Artists Present THE LILTING VOICE OF JANE EOWELL (15-year-old Singing Sensation of "Song of the Open Road") THE ROLLICKING RHYTHM OF Martin Gould & His Orchestra, RALPH BELLAMY — CONSTANCE MOORE ARTHUR TREACHER In Charles B. Rogers' Greatest Musical Kit, " Delightfully Dangerous " " Delightfully Dangerous " " Delightfully Dangerous " " Delightfully Dangerous " " Delightfully Dangerous " Approved lor Universal Exhibition. Fun Set To Music! The Tale of Two Pretties! Book Now for Fri. and Sat. T\T? T TTYT? MT - albert. Phone 36-204 JJHj LiU AH* To . njght> Fri . & SaL at 7-45 Rosamund Johns, "THE LAMP STILL BURNS" & "SUNDAY DINNER FOR A SOLDIER" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. RFPFNT EPSOM. Phone 60-142 To-night. Fri. & Sat. at 7.45 ANNE BAXTER — THOMAS MITCHELL "THE SULLIVANS " And Gloria Jean — Ray Malone "MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. SECONDARY SCHOOLS' MUSIC FESTIVAL. Tickets bought for Wednesday Night's Performance and not reserved may be reserved for Tuesday Afternoon's Performance, or a Refund of 1/ per ticket will be made at Lewis Eady. Ltd.'s Box Office. , 8 DANCING REALM OLD - TIME DANCE MASONIC HALL UPPER QUEEN STREET. TO-NIGHT AND EVERY THURSDAY. K. C. RUSSELL, M.C. 9 EDEN-ROSKILL RETURNED SERVICES' CLUB (Incorporated) OPP. DOMINION ROAD POST OFFICE. WEEKLY DANCE TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Good Floor, Music, Supper. Usual First-class Prizes. Music by NORM. CROWDER'S POPULAR DANCE BAND. Admission 1/6. Cards—Progressive 500 Every Saturday Night. 9 Glassworkers' Social Club Invite you to attend their MONTHLY DANCE In the MUNICIPAL HALL, NEWMARKET, TO-NIGHT — THURSDAY Good Music. Good Supper. Admission 2/. 9 TO-NIGIIT AND EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT DRUIDS' BALLROOM NEWTON OLD-TIME DANCING AT ITS BEST. Two Monte Carlos. Good Floor. Excellent Music. Supper. Everybody Welcome. Admission: Ladies 16, Gents 2/. A. S. Ridler, N. Powlcy, M.C. N.B.—VICE VERSA CARNIVAL THURSDAY, 16th. 9 TO-NIGHT, GAIETY HALL, SURREY CRESCENT, GREY LYNN HAPPINESS CLUB DANCE, j Excellent Floor. Ivy Dye's Orchestra. ! Special Attractions. Old-time Dancing at its Best, j v Sub.: 1/6, 2/. 9 | ROYAL OAK —Enjoyable class lessons. Modern, • Old-time. Beginners. Improvers. See. School ' Pupils Monday. Wednesday, Friday.—Ring 63-771. i » 9 ' BALLRROM DANCING Taught in few Private Lessons. Weekly Class every Tuesday.—Fred Edney's Studio. 319, Queen St. Ph. 41-615. TH

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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