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PRESENTATION TO COL. SODEN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
PRESENTATION TO COL. SODEN Prior to his departure from the dis trict, Ueut.-Col. Soden was presented with a gift on behalf of his many Renmark friends. Mr. H. G. Rich ardson made the presentation, thanking the colonel for the many ways in which he had helped • patriotic causes in the district. The Remarks were sup ported by the Mayoress (Mrs. S. James). Col. Soden responded.
Ambulance Subscriptions Due this Month [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
Ambulance Subscriptions Due this Month The Renmark Ambulance Committee wiilhes the nc&lee of the public drawn to the fact that subscriptions for the* new year are due this month. The co-opera tion of Toe H has been obtained In an effort to secure greater support for this TOlauble district service, and representa tives of the two bodies are conferring on the matter this week. The annual subscription of 3/6 gives a Eamily coverage of husband and wife and all children up to the age of 16; with 1/ per head giving membershin for those from 16 to 21 years ofage. The service gives a complete coverage for the area within 5 miles of the Renmark Post Office and in cluding Block E and Chaffey. Beyond that area 1/ per mile is charged. For non members the charge is an initial 10/ plus 1/ for every mile travelled. • Resignation of Secretary At the last meeting of the committee, the resignation of Miss D. Simon fror the position of secretary was received with regret. The chairman (Mr. J. J...
RENMARK UGLY MAN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
RENMARK UGLY MAN COMPETITION Interest is quickening in the ugly man competition in Renmark to be fin alized at the Red Cross continental on February 5. Unfortunately Lieut. - Col. Soden was obliged to withdraw from the competition owing to his transfer from the district. How ever Lieut.-Col. E. T. Dean has given his permission for W.O. Herb Mul ler t'o replace Lieut-Col. Soden, and the warrant officer lias arranged round of events in support of his can didature. Messrs. V- Pendle and R. N. Saies, tlie other candidates are also "on the job" and Mr. Pendle's little son Rodney is reported to be doing an excellent job with collecting cards. Several special features are being ar ranged for the continental, including the appearance of a magician.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
Announce the Arrival of NEW FURNITURE STOCKS including the latest ideas Jn Bedroom, Kitchen and Dining Room Suites, Kitchen Cabinets, Gents' Wardrobe and a limited supply of The Famous Economice Chillchests and Numerous Sundries. Trade in your Old Furniture as a Deposit on new Goods HOOPER'S FURNISHING ARCADE LTD., RENMARK AVENUE, RENMARK. — PHONE 67. WAIKERIE MARKET Friday, Jannary 29 at 2 p.m. 1,340 Sheep 1,340! 5 Cattle 5 HORSES, PIGS AND SUNDRIES Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. will offer by auction as above, in cluding: SHEEP—20 fat to prime wethers; 16 fat ewes; 15 fat lambs; 80 wethers, -4-tooth, June shorn, fwd. to fat; 150 wethers, 2-tooth, August shorn, fwd. condition; 200 wethers, 2 and 4-tooth, June shorn, fwd. condition; 250 ewes, 4, &lt;6, and F.M., mated 1st December, good condition; 150 ewes, S.M. with 100 Merino lambs at foot, good order; &lt;B0 ewes, S.M., mated to Merino rams 1st December', 10 Merino rams, 2-tooth "Markaranka" fired, Bungaree ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
SATURMY FHOBIBHiliSATURMY January 23 January 23 CARY GRANT, JOAN FONTAINE in "SUSPICION" PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 TOMMY TRINDER, JEAN COLIN in "LAUGH IT OFF" WILLIAM BOYD, . WINDY HAYES in "SANTE FE MARSHALL" SATURDAY MONDAY January 23 W«tCHIM3inil«43 January 25 BARBARA STANWYCK, HENRY FONDA in "THE LADY EVE" JUDY GARLAND, FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW in "LISTEN DARLING" WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 GEORGE MURPHY, LUCILLE BALL in "THE NAVY STEPS OUT GENE AUTRY, SMILEY BURNETTE in "COWBOY SERENADE" THIS FRL, SAT, MON. Matinee Saturday, 1.45 p.m. THIS FRL, SAT. only Also CARTOON and EXCELLENT NEWS SESSION A thrilling sea saga-glamorous romance-A story of "savage reefs—roaring hurricanes and the storm riding salvage masters who reap their harvest from the wild wind! ILDWIND W TiCMNICOLOR/ RAY MILLAND JOHN WAYNE PAULETTE GODDAKD with RAYMOND MASSEY. ROBERT PRESTON. SUSAN HAYWARD and WALTER MAMfOEN. JANET UECHEt #roduc«d ind Dlrccfcd kf CECIL 8. OtMILvt Brilliantly supported by an...
THE CLUB HAIL BAG RIDE TO SCHOOL DESCRIBED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
THE CLUB HAIL BAG I RlDE TO SCHOOL DESCRIBED Dear "Mopoke"—I am going to tell you of one of my rides to school In the morning. I have to go about two miles I rode along for a while listening to the hum of the bike tyres on the hard road. I was going up a small hill. On every side of the road was high grass and many prickles. Overhead flew a mob of shell parrots (what "pret ty birds they are). When I reached | the top of the hill, on one side was a high cliff and on tlje other a large paddock of grass. In front on the right side of the road were some trees; what a, lot of rabbits were running Dver the road. I now saw a large pum tree over the side of the cliff. Stop; I had come to a fence. I lifted my bike over. Along the winding track on the left side was a large pit. A little further I was at school. I am in grade five at school. My little sister Pearl is a real scamp. She runs away with our things and throws them away, and we often find her at the tomatoes. Of course they are nice...
EARNED £2/6/4 ON APRICOTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
EARNED £2/6/4 ON APRICOTS Dear 'Mopoke"—I have been enjoying myself very much during the holiday. I received ten shillings and a story book for Christinas. There was a concert at Kingston last night. There Was a man there who dressed up like j a lady and sang like a lady. He also j dressed up like a baby with a ! napkin and bonnet on. He was short 1 and fat and he looked so funny. I ; earned £2/6/4 on the apricots. Cheerio, i —IRIS WERFEL. | Kingston-on-Murray. i (I am glad to know you have been ! helping with the apricots, Iris. Those items must have been very funny. Cheerio. -"Mopoke.")
Bern Men from Owen Stanleys Home on leave Berri, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
Bern Men from Owen Stanleys Home en leave Berri, January 19. Ptes, Jlack Foley and Harold Pennyfield who are members of the same company of a Field Ambul ' ance Unit that has been in action all through the Owen Stanley . Ranges in New Guinea, are spend ing leave with their families at Berri. They were relieved on De cember 28 at Buna, and after tak ing three and a half months to travel over the mountains from Pt. ' Moresby to Buna, they travelled back over the same distance by air liner in 40 minutes. * * * * Sergeant John Wilkinson, son of "Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Wilkinson, who has been training with the R.A.A.F. in. Vic toria has* been home on leave, prior to going for further training in the South J3ast~—Pte. Norman Charity re turned on Saturday after being' home on leave.—Miss Joan IUman has re turned after a holiday in the city.— Miss Gwen Illman is visiting the city. —Mrs. R. Gilchrist and her two young sons, of Adelaide, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Scott—Mr. and Mrs. A. ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
PERSONAL Dr. A. C. Plats.iiov, who has been in practice at Morgan for four years, left for the city on Thursday. He intends having an extended holiday before commencing practice again. Mr. Dixon, of Cummins, has been appointed Station Master at Morgan, vice Mr. L. R. Davis, transferred to W'aikerie. Mr. Vin l&lt;awton of Renmark has received his call up for the RA.A.F. He left for Melbourne on Tuesday.
ALAWOONA Alawoona, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
ALAWOONA Alawooaa, January 18. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hocking with their three children left Alawoona on Tues day for Gleneig. Mr. Hocking will commence duties at the Ascot Park school after the vacation.—Mrs. W. Hollow, Mrs. Hocking's mother, is in the city.—Miss Rita Flint was a pas senger per Monday's train. She will spend a fortnight as the guest of Mrs. G. Furnees of Belair.—Mr. Lun nay sen., of Adelaide, is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Harold L,unnay.— Mrs. Marker went to the city on Mon day. Miss Jean Lunnay, of Ade laide, is home with her parents for a time.—Mrs. Doley of Adelaide ar rived on Monday's train to stay with her sister, Mrs. Paul Sen.—Misses Meyer and Lord, and Master Meyer are staying with Mrs. Jeffrey during the vacation.—Mrs. Cousens, of Ade laide, is staying with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Paull.—Mr. Paull is going to Adelaide for medical attention.— Mr. Paull Cottrell was a passenger to the' city on Monday.—Master Ken Watlcins who was staying with Mr. and Mrs. Blatchford ...
WILL SHORTSIGHTEDNESS PREVAIL? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
WILL SHORTSIGHTED-i NESS PREVAIL? Whereas only a few weeks ago the Federal authorities were quite definite that a munitions plant would be set up in a certain River town, now, for a reason which has not been fully ex plained, there' seems to be an extreme danger of the proposal being dropped. If this turns out to be the case, it will be a triumph of shortsightedness in more ways than one. Though less than half the required number of operatives were secured— or actually signed the contract forms —it was obvious that many more might reasonably be expected both from within the very limited ai'ea which was canvassed and from the populous districts surrounding. This aspect was clearly set before the responsible officer in Adelaide when the signatures were forwarded down. In any case, the drain of women power to the city has been so great that it would be surprising if more than one or two rural centres could be found in the State among the half dozen required to provide a better response...
MONASH Monash, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 21 January 1943
MONASH Monash, January 20. j Masters Rodney and John Maddocits left for the city last week.—Mrs., Shultz and her daughter Auriel are spending a holiday in the city.—Miss Janet Bigg is away on holiday.—Mr. Georg« Hunt has left for Glenelg, where lie will spend 4 short holiday with his wife and family, who went to the city previously—Miss Margaret Neilson has returned to assist her mother with the grape harvest.—Mr. and Mrs. J. Cornwall left for the city this week.—Masters Brian Nicholas and Ted and Wiif Moss are enjoying a holiday at Overland Corner.