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THE CLUB MAIL BAG APRICOTS FINISHED AT LOVEDAY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

THE CLUB MAIL BAG I! -APRICOTS FINISHED AT LOVEDAY Dear "Mopoke"—We have been busy J on the apncot harvest which we finish ed last Tuesday. We had capiial weather right through wjtth only one duststorm, which was a mild one com pared with one we had last season. On Saturday we went down to "Blacks fellows" creek to catch yabbies; we caught enough for tea and breakfast. There were a lot of people out being such nice weather. The bank Is steep. in places and several times I nearly fell in. Our nectarines are almost gone;- we had only a few this year but they were a nice size, some al most like peacheB. We Also had a few mulberries from our tree, and our blackberries are "ripening rapidly. We also have cucumbers and tomatoes in plenty now and they will be very wel come in the warm weather. I have just finished reading "Uncle Tom's Cabin" iand I think it is a lovely book. ■ i 1 am s now reading another book of . Max's, "The King of The Air." How mueh longer have I to go before the yjear...

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MERIBAH Meribah, January 26 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

1MTF/RTR A TT Meribab. January 26' M> and Mrs. Guy Petch are spending a holiday at Glenelg. — Miss Joan Crouch spent the week-end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Crouch, of Erindale. A farewell was tendered to Mr. Bill Jones, who lias been a resident of Moonah Bore for many years. A presentation was made by Mr. Jack Davis and Mr. Woodingr also spoke. Mi*. Jones responded. Mr. Curnow and Mr. Verral supplied the music for danc. ing-. Supper was served.

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PATA Pata, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

PATA Pata, January 26. int. iiuu ivirs. canty ana children of Adelaide, have been the guests ol ill', and Mrs. A. R. Mitchell.—Mrs. Ken Tillbrook, accompanied by Barrie Wills and Mrs. Mills, visited Pata.— Miss Mollis Shannon^ of the staff of the Memorial Hospital, North Adelaide, is spending- her annual holi days with her people.—Miss "Peggy Duffield is the guest of Miss Coral Jeffrey.—Mr. and Mrs. Norm. Hollitt and family are holidaying at Port El liot.—Miss Jean Westbrook, of Ade laide, has returned to the city follow ing a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Westbroolt.—Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dolan, and sons Kevin and Robert leave today for Borrilta, where Mr. Dolan has been transferred In the S.A.R.—Gunner Rex Westbrook (A. M.F.) is spending leave with his par ents.

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Nearly £50 from Lyrup Ball Lyrup, January 26 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

Nearly £50 from Lyrup Ball Jjyitip, January 26 On Saturday night the Lyrup Unit of the P.F.C.P. held a very success ful ball. Over 170 people paid for admission, visitors arriving from Ren mark, Berri, and Loxton. Music was supplied by Messrs. Spencer, Henwood ! and Treager. Mr. P. W. Frankcom was M.C. Masks were sold and the masquerade dance was won by Miss Pat Nugent and Mr. T. Edmonds. [ Other competitive dances were won by Mrs, H. Gallary and Mr. Ron Doug lass. Supper of sandwiches and teg. was supplied by the committee. Tak ings for the evening amounted to £14/19/-. Mr. P. Downer was door keeper and Mr. G. Perrin sold tickets. .A very bright evening concluded with the streamer waltz. * * * * Miss Iris Brown Is Visiting Galga.— Mr. and Mrs. Macpherson and Arlie returned from Riverton this week.— Mrs. Perrin and Ian. returned from Murray Bridge on Monday.—Mrs. A. •T. PfeifEer and family have . returned i from Adelaide. '■ 1

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TAPLAN FAREWELL TO SCHOOL TEACHER Taplan, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

TAPLAN FAREWELL TO SCHOOL TEACHER , Tapian, January 26. On Friday, January 15, the Tap'.an School Committee and friends from surrounding towns gathered to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. An derson. Mr. Anderson has been head teacher of the Taplan School for four and-a-lialf years. A big crowd turned out at short notice for the social and a very pleasant evening was spent with dancing and items by local artists. The assisting artists were: Misses An nette, Adams, Doreen and Beryl Hoijge, Nancy Tomlinson, Mrs. F. N. Gilbert eon and Mr. L. L. S'hwarz. Mrs. H. L. Tomlinsfin played for the dancing, assisted by her daughter Nancy. Mr, W. J. Hammond (chairman School Committee) was M.C. Mr. Hammond made a presentation to the departing guests and .. spoke on Mr. Anderson's .good qualities as a teacher, expres sing regret that he had been transfer red. The past two yeara exhibitions had. been won at the Q.C. exam, which /spoke' well for teacher and scholars alike. Vernon Heinze gained a Sc...

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£35 From Wanbi New Year's Eve Ball Wanhi, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

£35 From Wanbi New Year's Eve Ball Wft.nhi- .Tflmiflinr The New Year's Eve ball was again the outstanding event of the year at Wanbi. The hall was crowded with people at 9.15 p.m. and from then until 2.40 a.m. everything went with a swing. Mr. E. Roberts (chairman of the AV.Y.S.C.) extended a cordial welcome to all. Cool drinks and ice cream were served from a refrigerator, Too much credit cannot be given to Mrs. P. Eglinton (convener), Mrs. M. V. Haison, Mrs. E. Roberts and Mr. M. Hamilton for their -wonderful efficiency in the management of this stall. The floor which was in perfe"t order was prepared under the -direction of Mr. Les Zacker- and his willing band of helpers including F. Martyn, F. Gates, R. Arney, R. Dart and Leon Zacker. The stage was attractively decorated with flowers and fern. Those respon sible for the stage decorations were Misses S. Martyn, S. Harrington, M. O'Driscoll and Mrs. E. Roberts. Ex cellent dance music was provided by tlie Mindarie orchestra with Mr...

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GLOSSOP Glossop, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

IGL0S80F Gloss-op, January 26. Jlys. W. Gray, of Woodville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gray.— Mrs. Bill Sandercoek and small son have left for Seacllff.-^Mre. M. Mackie and Mrs. J. Hatch are spending a holl* day in Melbourne.—Mr. Bob Bott, of Glenelg, has been visiting Glossop.— Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradford, of Glossop have left the district owing to the ill health of Mr. Bradford who is now an inmate of the Royal Adelaide Hos pital'. Their future home will be at Bridge water.-—Miss Pat Gillespie left for the city last week.

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WINKIE Winkie, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

WINKIE Winkie, January 26, I Mr. H. Laube arrived on Friday, to spend a holiday with his wife and son, who are the guests of Mrs. F. W. A. Bond.—Miss Fay Bond who has been in the city for about six weeks re turned last Friday.—L.A..C. David Swin stead is visiting' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Swinstead.—Pte. Bob Robert son is home on leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson.—Messrs. John Keeves, David Bundey and Dean Harvey who have been staying at Win kie for several weeks returned to Ade laide on Saturday.

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MONASH Monash, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

MYWASTT Monash, January 2C. ] Mrs. Monk and her daughter Mar jorie who Is recovering from a serious illness have left for a holiday.—Master Trevor Mortimer Is spending a holiday at the Semaphore.—Master Ron Cook is visiting Glenelg.—Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lewis, of Berri, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jury.—Mrs. Dun bar 'Is the guest of Mr. and .Mrs. G. leeway.—Miss Cynthia Bigg is vis iting the city,.

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PARUNA Paruna, January 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

IPAROTA •Paruna, January 2B. ! Miss Margaret Edwards assisted by ! Mrs. Shorrick and Mrs. McMahon sold badgrfeS oft market day tci aid the Army I Nurses.—Miss Amy Webb - has f 6 | turned to Paruna after a holiday spent j in Renmark.—Mrs. Eric Edwards left I for Adelaide last week accompanied by two of her daughters, Mary and | Amy. Amy w:is »ne of the recent I bursary winners and will continue her | studies at tho Norwood Technical ; School.—,s.fft. and Mrs. W. Cocltsliell ' WOl'ft tjit of Mr, :intf J.Irs. Alan ! pptcb for "a few days Ta?t week.— . Mi', iiipd JMrp. Eric Klingfier# and , daughter Janice are spending1 annual le.ive at ^eftciiff.—Mrs. E. Fiav<?J and ! children liavg been the guests, of Mr. and Mrs. G. T"lri vel.—>fi-s. Vjuighanand .children have returned id IJerri. Dur ing their stay In Paruna tliGy werfe the guests of Miss Petch, and MY. P. Retell. 'I. . 1 ——: ■ ■■■

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MORGAN Morgan, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

I MORGAN Morgan, January 26. Nurse J. Phillips, of the Royal Ade laide Hospital, spent a short leave with her mother, Mrs. A. M. Phillips. —3Vtr. Rvuhn, of Adelaide, spent the week-end in Morgan. This was his first visit to the Jiistrict for 36 yeans Mr. Bruhn had a butchering business here which is now ownad by Mr. Rich ards.—liirs. N. C- D. Thompson is vis iting her husband, Pte. Thompson hi Adelaide.—Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cres flie, Mrs. R. "P. L>. Smith and Mrs. E. B. French visited Adelaide during the week.-*—Miss IC Whelp.ii left on Saturday to retutrn to her school at Naidia.—A.C.W. Johnson spent the week with her mother, M^s. R. M. Smith.—Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dohprty and son have returned from annual leave.—Mr. B. E. Henderson (post master) commences annual leave to day.—Sergeant L. Kiteelike, from N.S.W., accompanied by Mrs. Kits dike, and daughter, who have been in Ade laide, came home on leave on Friday.— Miss D. Kitsclike, of Barmera, is stay ing with her sister, Mrs. .13....

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PYAP WEST Pyap West, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

PYAP WEST . *TaP West. Jatnuarv 2R. ht "Clnm". 4r© l^ra. SmitK'!? fnoilier and sister, Mi's, Win dow and Mrs. tidirnOfjy arid little son Geralfl;. o£./3tewler.~MJss Pepgy Case has left tdr a holiday 51 Mt. Craw ford.—Miss ^Jell Williams Spent the week with Mrs. G-. J-T. Role '*<3lpn power."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

THE METHODIST LADIES* COLLEGE Wayville, S.A. HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS. B.Sc., DIP. ED. . The. Methodist Ladies' Collepre offers to its students the best of in struction, comprehensive in range and permeated with Christian in fluences. , . In the Boarding: House every care is taken to make the life of the girls pleasant and happy, and their healt.li is under the personal super vision of tlj^J®Iedical Officer and the Matron. . . Special attention is given to Sports and Physical Training—each girl ■ beinsr encouraged to play cricket and tennis In summer, and hockey1, basketball or lj^i'dmlnton in winter, j ■A 'Prospectus will be sent on application to the Hon. Secretary, Mr. B- H. Cotton, 10(5 Currle Street, Adelaide. The first Term bf--19'<fe wi^l mmmmrp m tt^RI)Ay, FEBRUARY 9. Early Application is Desirable.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

STATE EXPRESS aiuatyspieade / Lend your Money to hasten Victory. Buy £10 National Savings Bonds or War Savings Certificates.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Mary and Ted Moss <Berri) who will t>e 16 on January 31"; Keith Ward (Remnark) 11 on January 81; Beryl Koch <Taldra) whose birthday is on January 31, but who has not told us her age; Stanley Matulick (Renniark) 13 on February 1; ' Gavin Pike (Barmera) 10 on February j 1; Douglas Tambiyn (Renmark5 whose . birthday is on February 1, but who has not told us his age; Gladys Wood (Hen- ] mark) IS on February 2; Brian Porter (Mt. Torrens) 4 on February 3; Duiel(> | Frahn (Paringa) 15 on February 3; j Joyce Franlccom {liyrup1) 13 on Febru ary 3; Nita Reichstein (Mercunda) 18 on February 5 ; also Ron Watkins (Ren marjf) 13 on January 26, wh-ose name wks omitted last week.

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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

YouneFolk'sSection I Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Ifiobel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 92 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 91 Max iScholz (Lovedav) El/3/42 76 Peter Srodie (Parana) 13/3/42) 68 Margaret Blight (Waik.) 1/8/42 59 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 49 Myra Nlteehke (Loveday) 12/5/42 49 Mavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 45 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 26/7/42 89 Helen Newman (Reuniark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Ronda Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/42 34 David. Salep (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 28 Margaret Kubank (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Robere Ralph (Monash). 4/6/42 „ S« Joyce Francis (Waikerie) 29/6/42 22 Lin Bettison (Mt. Mary) 28/7/42 22 Laurie Wyman (Barmeral 30/6/42 .. .. .21 Pameu Amey (Wanbl) 12^/42 .. 21 This year's book -winners—Jennifer Samuel Oboxton), Ruth Anderson (Lox ton).

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KILLED IN ACTION Pte A. D. Hanlin, Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

KILLED IN ACTION I Pte- A. D. Hanlin, Renmark Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hanlin, of     Renmark, have been notified that their younger son SX4581 Pte. A. Deane Han- lin, was killed In ac- tion in New Guinea on December 26. Pte. Hanlin enlisted almost three years ago. He served in Tobruk and Syria, and returned from overseas in March 1942, later being posted to New   Guinea. Pte. Han- lin was 25 years of age. He was educa- ted at the Clare High School, and Pte. A. D. Hanlin prior to enlisting worked a fruit block on his own account at Renmark. An   elder brother has been in the British Merchant Navy since the outbreak of War. Pte. L. C. Marsh, Renmark Previously reported wounded and missing, SX2640 Pte- Laurence Charles Marsh, of Renmark, is now known to have been killed in action in New Guin- ea on November 23. Advice to this effect has been re- ceived by his wife, who lives in 17th   Street. Pte. Marsh, who was 32 years of a...

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Loxton Red Cross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

  Loxton Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £1,409/2/-; A. R. Hoskins (sale of lamb, Golds- brough Mort & Co.) 18/1; collecting tin, Mrs. Bates 19/5; afternoon tea 17/9. £1,411/17/3.  

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Two Brothers in Casualty List [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 28 January 1943

Two Brothers in Casualty List Two fvjiis of Kgrt. and Mrs. K. H Schloithe, of. Cliaffey, have been re ported in casualties in the New Guinea Campaign. SX5895 A/Cpl. Clifford Eric Schloithe died of wounds on January 1. Cpl. 8cli)oittiQ was born at Myrla 011 October S, 1U18. He attended schcal at Loxlun. The family moved to A/Cpl. C. E. Schioithe Pte. L. H. Schloithe Renmark in 1931, and Cliff was eni-! ployed by G. J. Dix & Sons for two1 years, and later worked for Mr. Alex McRae, of Chaffey for six years. It was from this position that he enlis- • ted, and \tent overseas in January 1941. I The brothers served in the Middle East for 12 months, including seven months in Tobruk, and returning to Australia in March last year, saw five J months of jungle warfare in New | Guinea. SX523G Pte. Lawrence H. Schloithe, who is just two years older than his late brother, was wounded in action on December 23. He is now in hospital in Australia, and has written his par ents to say that his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

mjpre SATURDAY February 6th with CLARK GABLE — LANA TUHNER. in GA) "HONKY TONK" Pius Selected Featurettes WEDNESDAY, IBRUARY 10th RED SKELTON — CONRAD VEIDT in GA.) " Whistling in the Dark " ROBERT STERLING — MARCEL HUNT *> In (Q) "I'LL WAIT FOPs. YOU" rosm si™tH s L£9HbI3 February 6th and 8th " SON OF FURY " TYRONE POWER — GENE TIERNEY Supported "by " Russia Aflame " Authentic Russian Epic. of War. Plus: " Raggedy Ann and Andy " Special Teehnicolour Cartoon WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY lOtK ROBERT MONTGOMERY — CLAUDE RAINS in " Here Comes Mr. Jordan " Supported by JACKIE COOPER and SUSANNAH FOSTER " GLAMOUR BOY" .l

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