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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE Glen Osmond. S^A.' A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPAL—MISS R: J3. POWELL, M.A., Dip. Ed. From Kindergarten to Lpavinpr Honours. A1 Commercial Course Is available without extra charpe. The College' has an Ideal situation amid 33 acres of playincr fields.- The Junior School has its separate Boarding' House and Playing Fields. The oval is 'in use. Sports include Tennis, Hockey, Basket ha 11. etc. • • Numerous new and modern buildings Save been erected. Early ap plication is advisable. Boarders come into residence on 8th February, 1943'. The' Principal will be at home from 2&lt;Hli January from 2-4 p.m.. of by appointment. Further particular," from th&lt;* PHnrippl. Tfllp.phone TJlliiT. 'or tfte' Sec retary, Mr. W. T>. C. Paton, 25 King William Street, Adelaide. v
Two Airmen Honoured at Glossop Red Cross Dance Glossop, January 26 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Two Airmen Honoured at Glossop Red Cross Dance Glossep. January 26 Thp. &lt;£K>8sop Hall was the scene of a successful dance on - Thursday, January 14, arranged by the Red Cross Circle. Mr. V. Shepherd was "AI.C. and Mr. L. Bird was doorkeeper. The music was sup plied by the Night Owl orchestra. Novelty dances were won by Miss Possingham and I£r. Bob Bolt and Mr. Possingham and Miss Dorothy Stone. Prizes were donated fey Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gr«r. Opportunity was taken to honour Sgts. Noel Gar rett and Bill Sandercock (R.A.A.F.) Mr. C. Hub bard (chairman of the committee) spoke of the ex cellent qualities of the guests, who were highly res pected and well known In Gloasop, arid wished them God speed and safe return. Mr. H. Stone, on be half of the Glossop R.S.L. Sub-branch supported Mr. Hubbard's remarks and conveyed the best wishes of the returned men of the district. The two young airmen received the gift of a wallet containing money from the Glossop folk, and a pair of s...
Two Successful Patriotic Dances At Berri Berri, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Two Snccessfnl Patriotic Dances At Bern Berri, January 26. I There waa a very gowct attendance at the monthly dance held to tha Bivoli Theatre, Berri on Tues day, January 12, Mr. O. McGlasson was M.C. j Music was supplied by Mr. Jack Irvine's, orchestra, and a very happy evening-' was spent. The pro ceeds exceeded £13 and were donated t» the Fighting Forces Comforts Fund: The Military Ball: held in the Rivolj Thearre, Berri, on Tuesday, January 19, was- a wonderful success. Visitors were' present from several River centres and a. large crowd enjoyed the happy function. The proceeds were in aid of- W.O. Herb. Muller in the ugly man competition. x x x x The director- of the Methodist Girls Comradeship (Mrs. A. Capon) and a number of, the Comrades arrived at the Berri Railway station on -Friday morning to' bid' farewell tb Miss Gene Brand, who has been an- officer in the Comrades. The girlB each had. gifts of flowers and fruit for Miss Brand. Miss Brand' was leaving for Lameroo to comm...
UNIVERSITY PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS Renmark High School Successes ALAN RITCHIE OUTSTANDING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
UNIVERSITY PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS Renmark High School Successes ALAN RITCHIE OUTSTANDING Details of successes by Renmark HikIi School students in the Leaving and Intermediate examinations have been summarized ns follows by the head teacher (.Mr. S. L. Tregenza, B.A. Dip. Ed.):— LEAVING—Certificates were gained bv Alan Ritchie Kg, Ml, (with credit lUih in State), M2 (with credit 8th in State), Pc", (with credit, 24th in State), C, Eg; Joseph Miller Ks, L, Ml (with credit, 2Gth in State), M2, X'c, C. Ec.; Jionald Kuediger, Eg, Ml, M2, Pc, C, Ec; Guilda Bromley Eg, M2, Ec, Gg. M; f'hillipa Lucas Eg, Ml, M2, E:'. The following students passed in three subjects and have a chance of gaining certificates at the supplemen- ' tary examination: Margaret Hamister, j Hay Ividd and Donald ltyder. Dawn Di'idau added e ■•.Uiomk's to her certi- ] fioute gained in 1942. INTERMEDIATE — Girls.—Certifl- ' cates were gained by: Dorothy Grim- | sliaw Eg, F, A, Gg, Bk, S, Tp, Hs; Beulah Hendriclc Eg, L, F, A...
Letter from Lieut. J. B. Morrell, of Glosop [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
? Letter from Lieut. J. B. Morrell. of GIosod * In a letter to Mr. A. "W. Pearson, of Berri, written on December 28, 1942, from New Guinea, Lieut. J. B. Mor rell refers to the receipt of parcels and reading matter on Boxinpr Day, and stales particularly how much the read ing matter is appreciated. . Christmas was very quiet, and to use his own words "the show must go on irrespective of the Day. Even Sun days pass almost unnoticed, as most times we do not know what day it is. T received a very nice Christmas pres ent in the form of a commission. Had b^en away from headquarters and on returning: in the evening was met with a ban-age of congratulations." Lieut. Morrell alsc refers to Bill Wade being there, and sends his kind regards to all old friends, t *
This Week's Paringa Market [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
This Week's Paringa Market Messrs. Bennett & Fisher Ltd. con ducted a very successful sale at the Paringa yards yesterday (Wednesday). The advertised number o£ sheep, name ly 1,300, came to hand and there was a good attendance of buyers. Fat sheep sold exceptionally well, while stores realized late firm values. Con Tsideraby more cattle were yarded than were advertised, and while the offer ing was rather a mixed one, late values were well maintained. Due to the excessive heat pig numbers were slightly less than usual, but good com petition was forthcoming and values ruled firm throughout. Prices are quoted as follows:— Sheep—1,300 yarded and sold. Fat wethers to 27/-; fat lambs to 24/6; aged fat ewes to 14/9'; breeding ewes 18/3 fo 21/9; forward store wethers to 19/-; mixed sex shorn weaners to 14/6. Cattle—12 yarded, 35 sold, fat cows to £9/12/6; milkers to £9/7/0; store steers and heifers to £6/2/6. Pigs—75 yarded and sold. Light bacon ers to S4/-; heavy' porkers to 75/-; ...
Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Roxy and Ozone Theatres At -the Ozone Theatre, Renmavk, tomorrow (Friday) and. Saturday and at the Roxy Theatre on Saturday only the maritime musical, "Navy Blues" j will be screened. It's fresh—as a sail- i or's line! It's fast—as a shore leave romance! It's gay—as a Hawaiian holiday. In fact it's one big hit (and a hundred misses!) Starring in this madcap o£ mirth are Jack Oakle, Ann Slieri4an and Marthia Raye'.i "Navy Blues" is supported .by Ronald Reagan -and Juan Perry in a mystery I thriller, "Nine lives are not enough". Also on this programme Is an excel lent news session. What woftd you do if you came home fiviiA a holiday and found your husband married to another woman?' i That's exactly what happened to Irene Dunn when she went on a vacation without her husband's consent, in "My Favourite Wife".- Cary Grant has the problem of trying to .sort out his home life and is helped along mar vellously by Randolph Scott and Gail Patrie. Supporting thiB round up of laughter is "A Nig...
Odd Column MORE ABOUT MURTHO AND VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
I I Odd Column 11 Conducted by "GLEANER" | MORE ABOUT MURTHO AND VILLAGE SETTLEMENTS Following the reference in this col umn last week to tlie old Murtho set tlement, our old friend, Mr. Wilson l&lt;'rancis, of Waikerie, writes: "Re Village .settlements,; X was under the impression that Lyrup was a day or so ahead of W&ikeTie in having this honour as a Government scheme. 1 ' "Murtho, like Ne«' Australia, was I i think a private venture, but I have) the impression that it was after the ( New Australia failure, as I think Mrs. ■ Hirks, a member of the "Register" Thomas family, was a member. Of course she may have joined up after , the return of those disillusioned seek- j ers of 'Utopia'. Mr. Jack Bolt, or some older Renmark settler, perhaps may be able to help you. To settle the uues I tion you might call at the Lands De 'partmeiit records office. Through the J kindness of Mr. E. Ifield, I was allowed j t-o peruse the records s?ix years ago, i '"If I remember rightly ...
RENMARK COUNTRY BOWLS CARNIVAL Double Success for Rosenthals [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
MARK COUNTRY BOWLS CARNIVAL Double Success for Rosenthal Conducted over the past week end the annual country bowls car nival of the Renmark Bowling.Club brought a double success to M. and G. Rosenthal (father and son). They won the pairs from R. James and G. Riches (Barmera) and with • L. A. Stoeckel and V. T. McLean also carried off the rinks title. F. Muller, G. Nicholls, G. Coombs and C Gregory were runners-up. The pairs were decided on Saturday. In this event the -performances of R. .James (Barmera), and D. Hayes (Berri) who played with A. J. fc'mif.h, were outstanding, both b&lt;jinn compara tive newcomers to the game. Jlr. O. X. Haiiii.stei' as organizer again had arrangements well in hand, and was. Assisted at the greens by Mrs. Anstis, af Red CLfl'n and his daughter. Miss Margaret Hamister. The Best Bowler in Renmark. At the presentation of prizes which followed the rinlcs final on Monday evening the president of the club (Mr. Alex Philpot) in congratulating the winn...
LETTER TO EDITOR Mr. McHugh's Attitude On Powers Bill (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
LETTER TO EDITOR J Mr. McHugh's Attitude On Powers-Bill (To the 13dit»r) Sir,—As I have received many let- ! ters. for and against the Federal Pow- | ers Bill, I would be grateful if you would publish the following sotting out my view, and how I intend to vote on this all-important question. I I have had letters from people of my own district and others, some in fav- i oil)- and some against the Federal Pow ers Bill. So what must a statesman I do? Undoubtedly, as I see it, he must himself make up his mind what is best over a long period for his coun try. I have made up my minil. Af ter the last war, the States failed to deal effectively with the problems of that day. The problems will be im measurably greater after this war. Therefore, as I see it,, we must have unity in peace as we have in war, and p'ans for .Australia as u whole. Seven Governments with thirteen houses of parliaments cannot deal with the prob lems of our after-war period, and our talk of social justice and a better...
Renmark Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Renmark Police Court | Before Messrs. E. K. Jarrett and W. C. Wheeler Sgi. Jloy Leslie Foureur | was charged by Sgl. Rosenberg with | driving' an unregistered motor vehicle j in Ren mark. He pleaded guilty ami I was fined £2 with 10/- costs. He also pleaded guilty to driving an unin sured vehicle. He was lined £2 with 10/- c-^sts and disqualified from hold ing a driver's licence or registering . the vehicle for 12 months. Pgt. j Rosenberg said that both charges were i serious ones. He said that P.O. Ad ! ams had noted the vehicle being driven past his house in 14th Street. It had been parked in Murtho Street at | 11.30 at night. The bench said they j had no option hut to disqualify Foureur i from holding a driver's licence or regis I tering his vehicle. 1 Ellis Charles Ray Ranson was fined I in all £1/10/- for offensive behaviour The case was heard ex parte. In : evidence P.C. Bertram said he found accused in a lane by Dean's shop. Ranson pleaded guilty by letter. "A thing of beauty...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
CHURCH NOTICES Renmark Methodist Sunday, January 31 RENMARK—11 a.m. Mr. .T. P. Jennings 7.30 p.m.—Rev. F. V. Hansen. RENMARK NORTH—11 a.m. Rev. F. V. Han.sen. CHAFFEY—2 p.m. T&lt;\ V. Hansen. Ev. Lutheran Sunday, January 81 RENMARK—V p.m. Preaching Service. J3ERRI—10.30 a.m. Preaching Service. BARMERA (Institute)—3 p.m. Preach ing Service. Rev. O. W. Backen.
This Week's Problems JUMBLED AUSTRALIAN TREES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
This Week's Problems JUMBLED AUSTRALIAN TREES i, fmaei; z, Jivesir ■saiv; 3, Oesr Hagrnmoya; 4, Opoh Neip; 5, Tasnyal; 6, Nlatwu; 7, Dcera: 8, Lisyk AIco; 9, Lolwy© Obx; 10, Edr Ltpui Akce; 31, Olwyle Luntwa; 12, Seor Antu!w.
LOOKING FORWARD TO SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
LOOKING FORWARD TO SeHOOL Dear "MopoUe"—I received a letter of thanks from Melba Krollig I notice that clubmate Rita Nitsclike would like the words of "The Aussies and the Yanks", so, as I. have the words, I will feend her them. I am looking for ward to school on Tuesday. I have a new case and I am in grade three. Cheerio. Box 243, Renmark. —TSOBEti WOOD. (I am sure Rita will appreciate your thoughtful act, Isobel. Cheerio. — JMopoKe.)
Fine Work for S.P.F. At Myria Myrla, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Fine Work for S.PJ. At Myria Mvrla. .January 26.1 The chldren of the Myrla school' with ! the encouragement of their teacher Mr. Mcelroy, who has now been irajiaierred have done a great job in the collect ing of waste and helping the S.P.F. generally. Ail chi.cuen in tne school have service awards. There has been wonderful support for the children by several residents of the distri.t. Mr. W. Nairn collected scrap rubber and cast iron in a barrow and heaped it for the children while Mrs. Nairn ransacked tier house wr gius for the ,iU snop a net ait.o noted where children could find bones. The farm of Mr. A. L: Gibbs h&s provided a good hunting ground for his granddaughter who has a service badge, G bars and 3 aeroplanes and is heading for her D.S.R. Mr. Gibbs also Lent bis trolley for carting waste to the siding from the school. There was over five tons I to be carted^at one time. Mr. G. T. I Auricht with his buggy horses took1 one trolley load to the siding two. miles away. ...
Replies to Letters [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943
Replies to Letters ROT FETTKE (Veitch)—It was a good thing the whole family was able to go out and assist with the bag sewing1, Roy. ERNA NITSCHTCE ("Wood's FJat>— Tour trip to Adelaide1 must hnve been a pleasant surprise, and you evidently had a very en.iovable time, Erng.. cheerio .— Mopoke."