• AMUSEMENTS 2 — SESSIONS DAILY _ 2 (milium PCTLLEH ' a minium MAJESTIC THEATRE"* I. Dtestined to Become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. — Watch for Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45. 7.45 p.m. ; HIIIIIIIIIII - Ph °- «- 21 ° lililil M.G.M.'s ROLLICKING ROMANTIC RIOT! MERRILY IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES! NO RATION ON LAUGHTER! NO LIMIT TO ROMANCE! WALLACE BEERY MARJORIE MAIN "RATIONING" "RATIONING" "RATIONING" THE TIMELIEST COMEDY OF THE TEAR! Wally's a Coupon-shy Storekeeper—Marge's t, Man-shy Ration Official. Also A HEART-WARMING STORY OF THE HOME J FRONT ARMY! GREAT STORY—RIOTOUS LAUGHTER—BRIGHT MUSIC. BRENDA JOYCE Richard Fraser Elsa Lanchester "THUMBS UP" "THUMBS UP" A Bright, Romantic Comedy Dramal Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Ken-ldge Theatres. I STATE") [STATE] 7.15 — To-night — 7.15 Yet Another Triumph! BETTE DAVIS "OLD ACQUAINTANCE ,, With MIRIAM HOPKINS, GIG YOUNG. Also: Trapeze Thrills Under the Big Top. ' "THE DARK TOWER" With ANNE CRAWFORD. DAVID FARRAR. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. Direction: Kerridge Theatres. x.30 VOGUE 7 - 30 Auckland's Modern. Popular. Intimate Theatrt. Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. A Show in a Million! Overflowing with Fun, Cramrr.ed Full of Swing and Son?. We are unable to convey how really good it is! YOU'LL JUST HAVE TO SEE IT. Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell, " I DOOD IT " "I DOOD IT" With JIMMY DORSEY and his Orchestra. And there's Pathos, Thrills, Romance in "A STRANGER IN TOWN" "A STRANGER IN TOWN" FRANK MORGAN — JEAN ROGERS Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. Auckland Choral Society TOWN HALL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 AT 8 P.M. PRESENTING ' "CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA" "CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA" MASCAGNI "STABAT MATER" "STABAT MATER" ROSSINI Special Engagement of the Famous New Zealand: Tenor THOS E. WEST (Chris tchurch) WINIFRED CLEMENTS SOPRANO This will be Miss Clements' Final Appearance before' departing for England and Canada. DO NOT MISS THIS TREAT. Conductor COLIN MUSTON Full Cast will be announced next weefc. Prices 5/, if, 3/, all seats reservable and Free of Tax. Tickets now available from Members or "Record Shop," Queen's Arcade. Box Plan opens Tuesday, August 28 at 8 a.m. Keep this date open. F. AUSTIN, Hon. Sec.' Phone 70-101. Non-stop Dancing to N.Z.'s Largest Band IB N.Z.'s Largest Cabaret! = CIVIC CABA~RET = = WINTERGARDENS = TO-NIGHT — SATURDAY ALSO OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAYS. " Make Up Your Saturday Nisht Party" Reserve a Table — Phone 30-100 MOTHER GOOSE PANTO. HIS MAJESTY'S. THEATRE. WANTED, GIRLS, SENIOR, BALLET, OPERATIC) AND TOE. Apply MADAME VALESKA. ' Studio, corner Albert St. and Wellesley St. Phone for Appointment 48-121 or 65-324. 11 BAPTIST TABERNACLE UPPER QUEEN STREET. Minister: REV. DR. ALEX HODGE, 8.A., ».D. ON THE DECLARATION OF PEACE A Thanksgiving Service WILL BE HELD. Wateh For Further Notices.
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