Lietuva -- December 17, 1892Very Beneficial to Girls and Young Men First Dancing School
In Chicago there are many handsome girls and young men among the Lithuanians who want to dress well, to have good times at dances and weddings.
Unfortunately, our girls and boys at such recreation places have been laughed at for not knowing the dances of this country.
I, as a Lithuanian who seeks good for our nation, in order to show to other nations that we are a cultured people, am opening a dancing school, where in a short time you will learn American dances.
Such dances will be once a week at P. CZESLWASKI'S HALL, 32nd and Lowell Avenue.
I believe that all will agree with my proposition.
L. J. ZACHAREWICZIUS
The editor highly prizes such a school and urges young Lithuanians to learn American dances.
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