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Loxton Red Gross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Loxton Red Gross Fund Previously acknowledged £1,392/2/1; "Jumbo" competition £2/10/6; ■■ H. Neueji £8/8/-; .collecting tins. Mrs.. M. V. Samuel £l/i4/7'; Mrs. Polden 9/8; afternoon tea 8/6. £1,402/9/2.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

That Reminds Me Wife? (old me to bring home some bread* arid khe- said it must be no* thing but the beat. I'll go along Mndx gW a. couple of f (oavM from E. B. CHAPMAN & GO. Quality Baker* 4 Phona 36. Pastrycooks. RENMARK. THE METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE 1 Wayville, S-A. HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS. B.Sc., DIP. ED. The Methodist Ladies' College offers to its student# the best-of in struction, comprehensive in range and permeated with Christian in fluences. ' In the Boarding House every care is. taken to malte the life of the' girls pleasant and, happy, and their health is under the personal super vision of the t Medical Officer and the Matron,' ' Special attention is given to Sports and Physical Training—each girl being encouraged to~play cricket' and tennis iri summer, and hockey, basketball »or badminton in winter. ■ " A Prospectus will be sent on application to the Hon. Secretary, Mr. R. H. "Cotton, 106 Currle Street, Adelaide. The first Term of 1943 will commence on TUES...

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Young Folk's Section Lading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

YoungFolk'sSection | Conducted by "MOPOKE" Lading Points Jennifer Samuel (Loxton) J/2/42 1Q2 Rutfr Anderson (Loxton) 26/2/42 £01 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) £/4/42 91 Isobel Wood (Renmark) 2/(4/42 84 Majc Sfcholz (Loveday) 21/3/42) 71 Peter Brcdie (Parana) 1J5/3/.42) 65 Margaret Blight (Walk.) i/8/42 69 Rltp Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 .49 Myra, Nltschke (Loveday) 12/5/42 .. 41 Mot* Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 .. .. 41 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .. .. 49 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Ronda Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/42 .. 31 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 31 David Sales (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. 28 Margaret Kubank (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 87 Rpbeft Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 .. .. 24 Joyce Francis CWaikerle) 29/5/42 22 Un Bettison ' (Mt. Mary) 28/7/42! v 22 taurje Wyman (Bgrmera) 30/6/42 .. .. 21 Pameli Arney (Wanbl) 12/3/42 .. 21

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MONASH Monash, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

MONASH Monash, January ii. Mrs. H. K. Traeger has returned from a holiday at Mildura, where she Was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hooking1. Mr. and Mrs. Tracer's daughter Junette, Is a probationer at the Mildura base hospital.—Mr. arid , Mrs. A. Haliam are spending a holiday I at - Largs Bay.—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ; Rowan are spending a holiday at i Coffin's Bay, near Pt. Lincoln.—Mr. G. Hunt and her children are visiting I the city.—Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sando and several of their children are enjoying a holiday at Seacliffe.—Mrs. A. J. Smith left for the city this week.— Mr. Xj, Muller left on Monday for a few days .in the city. Save NOW to save everything: Buy National Savings Bonds.

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MORGAN Morgan, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

MORGAN Morgan, January 12. Mrs. A. N. Wohling- and family are holidaying on Eyre Peninsula.—Con stable .and Mrs. B. G. Gilgen and daughters, of Adelaide, are holidaying with Mrs. B. Gilgen.—Mr. T. Rich ards, who has been staying with his mother, Mrs. E. Richards, has returned to his home in W.A.—Mrs S. R. Trinne and son have returned from Willas ton.—Mrs. Charlesworth and family who have been staying with her par | ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Clifford, re I turned to Whyalla.—Miss Elaine Brewster, of Adelaide, is the guest t of Miss P. Traeger.—Mrs. M. M. Pendle, of Glenelg, Mrs. R. Picker ing, of Barmera, and Mrs. J. Milne, of Adelaide, arrived on- Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. Schell. —A.C.I W. Brennan was home for week-end leave.—Miss V. Anderson has "left for a holiday at Gawler and Adelaide.-*-Mrs. T. Wohling and Miss Z,. Wohling left for their home at Prospect on Monday.—Mrs. E. Cross and sons have returned from Ade laide. - - -r

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Solutions to Problems [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Solutions to Problems 1, Helen; 2, Myra; 3, Kate; 4, Anne; ! 6, Eva; 6, Beth 7, Ruth'; 8, Olive.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Gladys Dowdy (Kenmark), who will be 15 on Janu ary 16; Claire Nitsehk© CKapunda) 6 on January 16; Betty Hondow (Pa rana) whose birthday is on January 21, but Betty has not tola us her age.

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Matinee Ticket Winners [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Matinee Ticket Winners This week's complimentary ticket ] to the Ozone Theatre matinee goes to j Gladys Dowdy (Renmark) for a neat j letter. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1. SPENCER BROS CHAFF MERCHANTS Best Chaff at Lowest Rates Tel. 24. Kapunda, S.A. SAT0RDAY SATURDAY January 16 LUKBlMia January 16 BARBARA STANWYCK, HENRY FONDA in "THE LADY EVE" JUDY GARLAND, FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW In "SISTER DARLING" WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 GEORGE MURPHY, LUCILLE BALL in THE NAVY STEPS OUT GENE AUTRY, SMILEY 6URNETTE in "COWitOY SERENADE" January 16 January 18 MICKEY ROONEY, LEWIS STONE in "ANDY HARDY'S PRIVATE SECRETARY" ' WILLIAM BOYD, ANDY CLYDE in "OUTLAWS OF THE DESERT" — * — WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 . ROBERT YOUNG, LARRA1NE DAY in "TRIAL OF MARY DUGAN" JACKIE COOPER, BONlTA GRANVILLC In.

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THE CLUB MAIL BAG 13 BIRTHDAY PRESENTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

THE CLUB MAIL BAG I 13 BIRTHDAY PRESENTS bear "Mopoke"—I had my birthday on the 2nd January and had a party. I received 13 presents. I think we are going to town Tuesday and my cousin Jban Bills is goins there too; Jojin got a pen-friend, but I didn't; -I was hoping I won id. My kitten "Micky" is growing. We have three cats now but we used' to have five. One died and the other one was given away. We have a new green buck board now. If our petrol tickets come this week we are going to Los ton on Saturday. I have 41 books and a lot of magazines. Yours £in- ) cerely, Maritung. —JEAN ELMS. (I suggest you write to Rhonda Frankcom, of Lyrup, Jean, and ask whether. she would like to be your penfriend. She is about your age and is a member of our .club, though we have not heard from her for some little time. Cheerio.—"Mopoke".) PENFRIEND WANTED t>ear ''Mopoke"—Thank you for the free ticket for the matinee. Could you get. me a penfriend interested in writ ing; gardening or bike riding; My...

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1,200 BAGS OF WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

1,200 BAGS OF WHEAT Dear "Mopoke"—I had 139 wordB out of "Our Christmas Toys", so the two points are mine. We have our neighbours over cleaning our wheat. We expect about 1,200 bags and have about 700 out. Our ■windmill broke the other day, so we pulled the pipes up. I was in Renmark for a few days cutting apricots, and it was my first train trip. We have two small pups which' we call "Dgger", and "Sailor". They get jealous of one another if one has something' which the other hasn't. I woul$ like to know if. I send my puzzles and riddles in right as I haven't seen any on the page. Do the points go from one birthday to another, or how long do they go. For Christmas I received a set comprising a hair brush, clothes brush and comb from my parents. My sister gave me a photograph al bum . From others I received a hanky, nen and pencil, and several lots of money. Tour clubmate, Veitch. -ROY FETTKE. (Your puzzles are being sent in cor rectly, Roy, but many are received and only one can be ...

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This Week's Problems TRIANGULAR PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

This Week's Problems TRIANGULAR PUZZLE •This is much like a word square, ibut the solution is in the form of a triangle instead of a square, 1. Made from cane (5 letters); 2. one (4 letters); 3. A drink (3 letters); 4. A preposition (2 letters); 5. A con snnant. —Max Scholz,, Loveday.

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RENMARK Red Cross Aids First Aid Examinations [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

RENMARK Red Cross Aids First Aid Examinations Results of the first aid examina tion lor which members of the Ren mark Red Cross Aids recently sat, have now come to hand. Dr. G: I>. Harris conducted the practical side of the examination anil'Mrs. R. Dridan su pervised the written exam.. Successful candidates were: «Mrs. G. Patterson, Mrs. J. Brine, Misses E. Hill, M. Whillas, R Elsley and E. Dawson. * * ♦ * Major A. E. E. Hilton (A.I.F.). is home oa leave. Sgt. T. Scales has been home on leave. He left Renmark on Satur day.—Cpl. M. E. Warren (W.A.A.A.F.) accompanied by A.C.W. V. Riddle is in Renmark on leave. Both have 12 months' service and are thoroughly enjoying the work.—Mrs. W. B. New land, of MurmpeowHe Statidn ac companied by her daughter, Miss Betty Newland, of Wirraminna station, in the far North S.A., is visiting her; son, Mr. C. B. Newland, and Mrs. Newland.—Mr. and Mrs, John French! are spending- their honeymoon at the i Renmark Hotel. Mr. French is over seer at Murmpe...

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Pyap Honours Three Members of Forces Pyap. January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Pyap Honours Three Members of Forces Pyap. January 12.1 There was an excellent -attendance at Pyap school room on Wednesday when three members of the forces were honoured> Air Gunner Ron Marlow (R.A.A.F.), Gnr, Vernon Zeppel, and Driver Eon Tschirpig. Mr. E. J. Mick an was chairman. Cr. C. E. M Tonkin, who spoke on behalf of the council, said that as the war goes on these evenings dp not lose any of their significance. He wished the boys God speed and a safe return. Mr. A. M. Hilbig on behalf of the Loxton committee, said he hoped that the end was not far distant. He said, "Wherever you go , you carry our good wishes with you for a safe re turn." The Rev. R, F, Woods, spoke for the churches. He said that we think of the -Empire fighting for freedom and if we all co-operated it would help to achieve that freedom. Mr. Mtckan said the good news that we were receiving of late should only spur us .all on to greater efforts. He also mentioned that Ron was the third Marlow boy to be hon...

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COBDOGLA Cobdogia, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

COBDOGrLA Cobdogia, January IS. Mrs. Marrett and young eon have returned ffoln a -holiday, Bfleiit at Port, J?il*ife, Peterborough, S&adievforth and Adelaide,—-Mr. "and Mrs. V. Hein rich Returned to bobdogla on Mon day.—Miss L. Homb'sch is away on holiday.—Mr. Arthur Hombsch spent last week-end in Cobdogla. —" Mi1, and Mrs. R. Shueard have had r their younger son "Bill" (R.A.A.F.) home on leave.—Miss S. McfCenzle has re turned from a visit to the Eastern States. -

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PYAP WEST [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

I PYAP WEST Master John Cass has been holi daying1 at Boolgvn.—Gnra. Pete and Jlrii pass have returned to oamp^ af ter being home on harvest.JisaVe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

7 CAW A TEACUP TELL YOUR FORTUNE: - PefhS^ri- 8af the- pretfiiiltoriv of (SR'tint tellers have a habit of being wrong. To restrict Spending to an absolute minimum It not .tfnlf tt-.ebnWIIVifitfir to Australia's wai ; ^imwjiimij effort; it is "plain common sense—for money spent on non-etsentials it money that should be *•"' directed to.helping Australia Jo Victory. '( Wtitnlmt- ili* iviir is ilw . i)k 1 for I lie iCttUtiir ' l*> (lie Kriive riunaniilbllltf .if en.ry tnrili liliiul. P>«i*'cfflj of/'fao/if'es for'soWnp* *nonsv

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Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Roxy and Ozone Theatres At the Ozone Theatre tomorrow (Fri day),- S&ttfrday and Monday and the •flaxy theatre this Saturday • only the thrilling picture, "Blbod find Sand" starring Tyrone power and Rita Hay worth will lie screened; The film is based on Vincente Ifoanez's immor tal classic dealing wHh the Spanish - sport, bullfighting. ' The supporting pioture 16' "Free'anil 'Eafty'", a slapstick com6dy with RobeVt Curriminers arid Ruth JlusFpy. Owiner to' the length of this profrr^mjne the news session will commence at 7,30 p.m. Tisesf'ay.- Wednesday, Thursday (matinee on Wednesday at 1.45 p.m.) Eleanor Povp.il. Ann Sothern and Rob ert "Voiin'g- io'Ti forces to bring one of (lie year's trtovf afTactWe musician^ tff the -screen, "t oi'v Be Good",. SUp nnrtlrisr. is "Wallace Beery in ''The BfldmBn". a sra^ comedy western. Ev ery chiM a.vten^insr the'matinee will receive free a Ri?ned portrait of one of the itirv < of "Lady Be Good".

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PATA Pata. January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

PATA - Pata. Jaiiii&rV 12. XiOrmine ' HertschUe (dux of " the Pata School) who gained 600 marks in1 the Q. C., was presented with a prize i of 5/- by Mr, ~ Robert May. Rita Nickolal (538 marks) won the second prize • of 2/6. Lorraine Hensehlse has since been awarded an exhibition and Will Continue her studies in Ade laide. Mr/5. Con. Williams and Barry are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Hollitt.—Miss Eileen Simons, of Col onel Light GardfenB, ifi staying ^ith Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sfoegert. Master Ren Simons is the guest of Mf. George Vallis.

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MILITARY WEDDING AT PARUNA Cockshell—Petch [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

MILITARY WEDDING AT PARUNA Cockshell—Petch Paruna witnessed its first Military wedding on Wednesday, January 6; [ when the marriage of Margaret, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fetch with Sgt. William Cockshell (A.I.F, Return ed) second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cockshell, was solemnized at St. Paul's ChurcH of England. The Rev. Christopher Gray officiated, and Mrs. C. G. Petch presided at the organ. The bride, who entered the church with her father, wore a slim fitting gown of figured eilk crepe, with heart shaped neckline, and shirred bodice. -Her tulle veil which had .been worn by the matron of honour, was arranged with a cluster of camellias and orange blossom. She wore 'a filigree pendant sent by her brother Cpl J. D. Petch from Syria, and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. As the bride left the church she was presented with a satin hprseshoe by little Margaret Haddrick. The matron of honour, Mrs. Maurice Evans, of Glandore, was in blue, with a velvet bodice and circular skirt'...

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