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MILITARY WEDDING]at berri Hodge—Hughes [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

, MILITARY WEDDING ]at berri Hodge—Hughes St. Mary's Church, Berri, "was the scene of a pretty wedding, on December, 26, when the marriage -of Miss Patricia Hughes, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J". E. Hughes of Berri, to Ser geant L. G. Hodge, only child of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hodge, of Reade Park, was celiehrated. There was unusual interest taken in this wedding;, it being the first large Military wedding held at Berri. The padre of a River Camp, (the Rev. Dr. Walsh) officiated The bride,, who entered the Church with her father, looked charming in her model' wedding gown of white em broidered net, mounted on stiffened net, over satin, the fulf skirt8 merging into a long train. A beautiful tulle veil was worn, which was lent by Mrs. John Moore, of Loxton, and a sheaf of flowers was. carried. The .bride was attended by her two sisters, Misses Molly and Eileen Hughes in dainty white and pink lace frocks respectively. Their accessories were blue, and they carried lovely sheafs of. flower...

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LYRUP Lyrup, January 12. PTE. ANDERSON HONOURED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

LYRUP Lyrup, January 12. PTE. ANDERSON HONOURED On Wednesday, January 6, the Lyrup Soldiers Welfare Committee held a so cial for Pte. Norm. Anderson. A good crowd attended and the evening was spent in dancing to the music of Messrs. Spencer and .Henwood. Mr. Roy Harrington (chairman of the com mittee) asked Mr. Frank Downer to speak on behalf of the residents of Lyrup. Mr. Harrington presented Pte. Aaderson with the usual gift of a pen and pencil set and a £1 note. Pte. Anderson responded. Supper was served by the ladies of the commit tee. Miss Irene Brown was M.C. and Mr. Harrington sold tickets. On Saturday, January 9, the Lyrup Unit of the Fighting Forces Comforts Fund held its fortnightly dance. A large number of visitors attended from Rerimark and Berri. Messrs, Spen cer and Henwood supplied the music. Miss Edna Schutz was M.C., Mr. G. D. Perrin sold tickets and Mr. K. Old land was on the door. The evening's takings amounted to £5/9/6 The next function to be held in aid of the ...

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

The Empire's & Favourite Cigarette Lend your Money to hasten Victory. Buy £10 National Savings Bonds or War Savings Certificates. PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE Glen Osmond! S.A. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB GIRLS PRINCIPAL,—MISS R. E. POWELL, M.A., Dip. Ed. From Kindergarten to Leaving Honours. A Commercial Course is available without extra charge. The College has an Ideal situation amid 83 acres of playing fields. Tbe Junior School has its separate Boarding House and Playing Fields. The oval is in use. Sports include Tennis, Hockey, Basketball, etc. Numerous new and modern buildings have been erected. Early ap plication is advisable. Boarders come into residence on 8th February, 1948. The Principal will be at home from 26th January from 2-4 p.m., of by appointment. Further particulars from the Principal, Telephone U1161, or the Sec retary, Mr. W. D. C. Paton, 26 King William Street, Adelaide.

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WAIKERIE COUNCIL MEETING Waikerie. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

WAIKERIE COUNCIL MEETING Waikerie. January 18. The monthly meeting: of the Waikerie District Council was held on January 2. Present were Crs. L. W. Andrew (who presided), G. O. Pfitzner, E. M. Rowe, F. W. Zadow, W. H. Cates, R. G. Grieger, F. G. Ha rtwig, R. o. J. Dunning and an apology was received from the chairman (Or. J. H. Strang man. It was resolved that from W. Hart wig's to Murray View gate on the Morgan to Waikeria road all potholes should be filled in and the road re graded . If the weather keeps dry the trees along Strangman road are to be water ed each month until the end of March. The Memorial Park is to be cleaned up by burning preparatory to ploughing for planting. It was left in the hands of Cr. Zadow to have the deviation near Sec tion 2B on the Murbko Road, strawed at a cost of 12. The road from Kanni railway cros sing toward Woolpunda is to be re conditioned. Cr. Pfitzner was asked to obtain a quote to fill in holes at the railway gate at Maggea, and report. The c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

CHURCH NOTICES Renmarlp Methodist SUNDAY, JANUARY 24 RENMARK-Rev. P. V. Hansen. 11 a.m.—"Anointing- Jesus" 7.30 p.m.—"All Things New". LYRUP—3 p.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen. CRESCENT—3 p.m. Supply. Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, JANUARY 24 ' 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. REV. L. G. KAY. Church of England RENMARK BERRI LOXTON PARISHES Sunday, January 24tli RENMARK—8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Holy Communion. 7 p.m.—Evensong-. RENMARK NORTH—9.30 a.m. Holy Communion. M ON ASH—11 a.m. Mattins. BERRI—7 p.m. Evensong-. LOXTON—7 p.m. Evensong. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, JANUARY 24 RENMARK—10.30 a.m. Preaching Ser I vice. j 2.30 p.m.—Annual Meeting. BERRRI—7 p.m. Reading- Service. \ Rev. O. W. Backen.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

In Memoriam SMITH — In loving memory of our dear In-other Fte. T. H. Smith who died of wounds 25th December, 1942, in New Guinea. A duty nobly done. —Inserted by his brother Dick A.I.F. Abroad, Ivy and niece Marilyn. Return Thanks M.R. L. HARRIS, MR. and MRS. C. ADAMS and SONS wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for cards, letters, telegrams, and floral tributes in the sad loss of my dear wife, daugh ter and sister Muriel. Accidentally drowned at Lock 6. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan ICennewell. Please accept this as personal thanks. Present address 47 Gilbert St., Gil berton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

RENMARK HIGH SCHOOL The Head Master will be pleased to interview parents on FRIDAY, JANUARY 29th, and on MO,N DAY FEBRUARY 1st. St. Augustine's Church Day School. First term for 1943 begins TUES day, 26th JANUARY. Children enrolled from 3 years of age to Grade XV standard. Prospectus etc., from either the Rector or Miss V. Geneste. Miss E. L. Seigman Resumes Teaching WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27th Music and Theory. Vacancies for Pupils. PUBLIC NOTICE Dr. M. V. SAMUEL wishes to notify his patients and those of the late Dr. C. Tanko that he has purchased the latter's practice. Until Dr. Samuel can return, Dr. Urban's services have been obtained to carry oil the practice and he may be consulted at the form er's house.

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Wheat Yields Good Wanbl. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

I Wheat Yields Good WaJibl. January 18. The majority of farmers hav© com pleted their harvest and some are now ^finishing- their hay carting. Right throughout the district, the -wheat yields were generally good ©specially on the heavy land, but some crops faded on the sand where the turnip tool; heavy toil. Mr. T. C. Stott, M.P. waa a visitor to WanJji during the week.—Mr. M. Hamilton has returned to Warradale. —Mr. and Mrs. E. Roberts and their daughter Janice have returned from their annual vacation.—Misses Deidre and Eileen O'Connor have left to spend the rest of their school vacation on Eyre Peninsula.—Mr. T. E. Wheaton has returned from Adelaide.—Mrs. Pennicott accompanied by her two daughters Barbara and Margaret is visiting Berri.

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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Bonney Theatre, Barmera Saturday, Monday, January 23 and 25. — A beautiful girl, mag nificent clothes, fast dialogue and clever acting- are merged In the outstanding comedy hit. "The Lady Eve." Barbara Stanwyck plays the title role, opposite Henry Fonda. Judy Garland and Freddie Bartholomew head the cast in "Listen Darling." Wednesday, January 27.—"The Navy Steps Out" features George Murphy and Lucille Ball, "Cowboy Serenade," is made' to please even the mos't ex acting Autry fan. Its dare-devilry, lilting tunes, and broad farcial comedy make an instant hit. Gene himself is a whole show as the Cattlemen's Assooiation operative who goes to the rescue of a young friend, Jimmy Agnew. Autry receives excellent support from Smiley Burnette as his comic team mate, and beautiful Fay McKenzie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

A LIMITED NUMBEA OF NEW j HEADERS STRIPPERS SECONDHAND AND REBUILT HEAbERS, STRIPPERS AMD HARVESTERS ! ' " Just in time for harvest, we offer a range of mechanically- - sound machines at exceptional prices. Every machine is ready to start work. Write for -details or arrange to inspect. -C.H2 Important flimoiincmiait E. W.SCHICK , 'Phone: 18 — LOXTON Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases* Vacdip, Vacmark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases* r Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, > and other famous Vacuum products.

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Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Roxy and Ozone Theatres Tomorrow (Friday), Saturday and Monday at the Ozone Theatre and on Friday and Saturday at the Roxy Theatre one of the most glamorous technicolour triumphs ever to reach the screen "Reap the Wild Wind" will be screened, with Ray Milland, Paulette Goddard and John Wayne heading a huge cast.. In support there will be another specially selected attraction, "Russia Aflame", a timely story of modern Russia. In addition there will be a Donald Duck cartoon and a full half-hour news session. Owing- to the length of this programme the news session will commence at 7.30. At the Ozone next Tuesday, Wed nesday and Thursday, "Ball of Fire" will be the feature attraction, with Gary Cooper co-starring with Barbara Stanwyck. This story concerning a professor entering into night club life has something different from the usual night club picture. In support Adolph Menjou stars in "Father Takes a Wife" an hilarious comedy, with Gloria Swan son and John Howard prominently cast. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

LOXTON MILLING CO., LIMITED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheat can be accepted in exchange for GRIST, but the full quantity delivered mutt be taken out in product*. ' 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 OUTSTANDING FEATURE * PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Your Entertainment by Local Interests 9.46 a.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS . STRANGE AS IT SEEMS Dramatised events that prove "Truth is stranger * than Fiction* . . ,*30 WEDNESDAYS PATRIOTIC PARADE Soul-stirring Melodies and Marches of topical Interest IM. p.m. THURSDAYS DREAM TfflE Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse -m- "IDAY5 CAMEOS OF MELODY 1.4i p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS SWING-HI Swing Selections from BUM'S Record Library - -- FR'°AY5 MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS Gems of Melody from the World'* favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED Overseas News Services Six- Tiroes. Dally THE WATCHMAN IWGHTLY (except Saturdays)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

SCOTCH COLLEGE, BELAIR A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS HEADMASTER—N.M.6. GRATTON. B.A., Dip. Ed. {University of.Melb.) . In May, 1942, in order to meet a National need, the School vacated temporarily the property at Torrens Park, Mitcham, and It is now es tablished in two large adjacent, homes, in a very beautiful site at Belalr, 1,009 ft. above sea level, distant from danger zones. Sleeping out accommodation, new class rooms, physics, chemistry and agriculture laboratories, engineering and carpentry workshops, and facilities for all games have been provided. Boys admitted from six years of age. Sub Primary to Leaving Honours. First term 1943 commences on THURSDAY, 4th FEBRUARY; board ers come into residence on Wednesday, 3rd February, 1943. Early application for admission is very necessary. Prospectus and further particulars may be obtained from the Head inaster, or W.D.C. Paton, Secretary, Savings Bank Building, King William Street, Adelaide. : CAN A TEACUP . n > TELL YOUR F...

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Harvest Real Problem With Labour Shortage pyap West, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Harvest Real Problem . With Labour Shortage pyap West, January 18. j The harvest has been a real prob lem this year with such a shortage of labour. Most farm ere -are working single-handed and there is still a quan tity of hay in the paddocks. Bag sew-: ing and wheat carting are the order of the day, wheat carters being very1 scarce. Miss Dorothy Smith is relieving at the Corona Cafe, l/oxton, while Miss tA.vis Bonney is spending a holiday at Victor Harbour.—Messrs. Rust and Mengersen paid a ehort visit to "Clara".

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Rivoli Theatre, Berri Saturday, January 23. — Stirring drama comes to the screen in "Sus picion," starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine. * Mystery and romance are blended in amazing fashion, along with a surprise climax, Selected featurettes will, complete the programme. Wednesday, January 27.—"Laugh It off," is about Tommy and Sally, stars of the Blackpool concert party, who, with the other members of the com pany, find themselves jobless on the outbreak of war. Tommy Trinder is Tommy, Jean Colin is a lovely and vocally pleasing Sally, and Anthony Hume, Edward Lexy, Marjory Brown, Peter Gawthorne and Wally Patch turn in praiseworthy performances. "Santa Fe Marshall," "Cassidy" thriller again stars William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy.

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Much Wheat Yet to be Carted Nadda, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Much Wheat Yet to be Carted Nadda, January 18. The majority of farmers have now completed harvest operations but there are still thousands o£ bags to be car ted. Mr. It. Schwartz has finished trucking- out all last season's -wheat. The district had a good yield thir season. An epidemic of. measles. has swept through the district. Every child has had the complaint and many adults. It is hoped that the germ will have "gone on" or stopped alto gether by the time school reopens. A.C.I J. Symonds left on Friday for Victoria after being home on a months' harvest leave.—Miss P. Rounsevell, left for the city last Friday.—Mrs. J. Schwerdt and sons John and Ro"bert, of Clarendon, spent a few days as the. guests of Mr. G. F. Schwerdt.—Mrs., E. A. Rollbusch who has been an in- | mate In the Kehmark Hospital Is now' home again and progressing well!— j Little Joyce Zlmmermann Is in the Xioxton District Hospital.—Mrs. M Zimmermann, who .has been visiting! her son returned to Ixsxton last week. —Th...

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Harvest Nearing Completion Taplan, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Harvest Nearing Completion Taplan, January 19. Harvesting operations are Hearing completion, and stripping Is almost at an end. "Wheat carting has been in full swing for some time and stacks are going skywards. Fine weather has been a big help in assisting opera tions. It will be some time before all wheat is carted. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Anderson and son Ean, have returned to Taplan to [pack up prior to leaving the district. —Sgt. E. A. Teusner is spending leave with hiB wife and family.—Mrs. Ed. Fieike and son Leslie have gone to the city for three weeks.—Mrs. Mathias and family have' been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. JR. HampeL—Miss Correll Gorey has been spending the I school holidays with Mrs. Barton and | J. Gilbertson.—Lena Moffatt is the guest of Mrs. Les Hart.—Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson have left the district to reside at Woodville.—Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Barton have left for Adelaide. [ —Nurse Emma Jaesclike, from Ta nunda Private Hospital, has . been spending holidays with her pare...

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EXTENSION OF LEAVE FOR SOLDIERS May Be Obtained for Harvest Through N.S.O. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

EXTENSION OF LEAVE FOR SOLDIERS May Be Obtained for Harvest Through N.S.O. There is a posibility that soldiers who are at present home -on harvest or seasonal leave may be able to obtain an extension to include the vine fruits harvest. The district National Service Officer, Mr. W. C. Germein, made this an nouncement on Tuesday. If he is contacted- (telephone Barmera 212) on the matter, there is a good chance he stated, that men wishing to engage in grape picking between Cadell and Renmark will be able to secure the extra time needed.

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SEEDING MACHINERY SPARE PARTS Overhaul Implements Now' [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

.SEEDING MACHINERY (SPARE PARTS Overhaul Implements Now' During the past year, several of the District War Agricultural Committees reported that a -good deal -of trouble had been experienced in obtaining spare parts for agricultural machinery used in gathering the 1942/43 hay and cereal harvests. In order that some action might be taken to safeguard against a recur rence of this difficulty during the 1943 seeding period, the state executive of the District War Agricultural Com mittee has decided, on the suggestion of the Onkaparinga District "War Agricultural Committee that farmers generally throughout the State should, at an early opportunity, make a com plete overhaul of drills, combines etc., and place their orders early for any parts that are likely to be needed to put their machines in first-class work, ing order for the forthcoming seeding. In addition, the Department of War Organization of Industry has been re quested to facilitate the release of ma terials necessary to give ...

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Response from Women Disappointing [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943

Response from Women Disappointing A letter from Miss Dorothy Marshall ' (Director of the Women's Land Army) to the district National Service Offi cer (Mr. Germein), read at Tuesday's meeting- of the Renmark Harvest Lab our Committee stated that the res ponse to the call for women workers for the fruit harvest had been disap pointing;. Miss Marshall asked whether she should engage women who were avail able for only one week. It was decided that such workers could be ac cepted, but fares could not be provided for such a short term.

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