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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

WEDDING HODGE—ANDREWS At the Renmark Methodist manse on Saturday, January 23, the Rev. F. V. Hansen officiating, the marriage was celebrated of Mavis, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Andrews, of Lockleys, and Pte. Harold Richard Hodge, eldest son of Mrs. S. K. Ped ersen, of Kuipa, Eyre Peninsula, and the late Mr. S. R. Hodge, of Broken Hill. The bride wore a blue linen suit and summer-weight felt hat, with white accessories. She was given away by her brother, Pte. Gordon Andrews. The couple left for Adelaide for a honeymoon. The future home will be at Lockleys.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Roxv and Ozone Theatres Gene Tierney heads an important cast in "Shanghai Gesture'1 a thrilling and colourful story of the mystic Orient coming to the Ozone and Roxy Theatres, Renmark, this week-end. Walter Huston and Victor Mature are also included. The supporting; film "Cash and Carry" is a riot of fun from start to finish, in it Ann Sothern portrays another of her famous "Maisie" roles, this time as the sweetheart of a prize fighter promotor. George Murphy and Robert Sterling partner "Maisie" through her bouts of fun. Patrons are reminded that the "news reel session commences sharp at 7.30 Commencing next Tuesday for a three-night season the latest and greatest of Walt Disney's technicolour triumphs "Bambi" will .be screened. "Bambi" is a story that everyone should see; it is a glorious fantasy of Disney genius, with an appeal to young and old. A special after school matinee will he held on the Wednesday commencing at 4.15 p.m. The associate feature is a riotous com edy of modern...

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

i MONASTT | Moaeh, February 3. Misa Sylvia Wilson has commenced hw rinfioq aS in font teacher at th« Monash Primary School.—Mrs. Doroth* Kvang has return efl to her home al Monash after living In Berrl for sev eral months.—Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm' Rowan are spending a holiday at Sea cliff. Mrs. Rowan also spent a week with her sister, Miss Chrissie Hallam at Toorak Gardens.—Mr. C. Hammond is. the guest of Mrs. I. Frick.—Miss Constance "Whitfield returned from the city last week.—Mr. J. Heward left for the city last week. Mrs. Hewnrd is spending a holiday in. Melbourne.— Mr. and Mrs. C. TDensJey and child of Keith are the guests of Mrs. G. Harris.

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

For Heavy Chest Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure r : Important Htiiiouncgiticttc 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, Vacraark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases, Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products. Let Forgan's Help You What is more exasperating than delay during harvesting, particularly these times, when there is such a shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specialize in Repairs and Replacements and whatever work they undertake, is car ried out wwith promptness and efficiency. Their experience extends over many years, and they are equipped to meet every emergency. J. & R. FORGAN, LTD. Crystal Brook and Port Pirie.

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Knitters Who Cannot Graft! [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Knitters Who Cannot Graft! "If only .knitters would learn to graft toes properly!" So sigh six- or seven workers "who have been spending hours every day at the Rehmark P.F.C.P. depot, un picking imperfectly grafted toes, or some luckless sock just cast off and sewn over. "It would really be better," said one patient worker, "If those who cannot graft just left the sock on a safety pin and then we coulU finish it off. It takes such a long time to unpick a graft." Socks which are only cast off and ■sewn over and over have ridges which soon blister the feet, particularly in the tropics. Some time ago the knitting received at the depot was of such a high stand ard that there were -practically no renovations,, hut now the room is piled with socks to be altered in some way or another. The workers would be only too glad to show Indifferent knitters how to finish the socks and hope that in future they will visit the depot and learn the art of grafting.

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Barley as a Sheep Feed [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Barley as a Sheep Feed In the course of a reply to a cor respondent at Culburra, who sought in formation concerning the feeding of barley to sheep, Mr. R. G. Scott (Chief Agricultural Adviser) said that ■ barley is a really good concentrated food for sheep. Being a carbonaceous type of foodstuff, best results are secured when the roughage taken by the ani mals in association with the barley is of a leguminous nature. Consequently if hay or chaff is fed, clover or lucesne material is to be preferred to ordinary cereal fodder for feeding in addition to barley grain. Better results are secured if the bar ley is fed in a field where the sheep can obtain a roughage from clovers or medics, than when the animals are dependent upon straw or grass-like growth to fill their stomachs. For dry sheep, the flock can be maintained in a strong, healthy condition with a ration of barley grain supplemented by ordinary dry paddock feed, while the animals will fatten readily if the rough, age contains ...

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Two Airmen Honoured At Winkle Winkle, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

jTwo Airmen Honoved At Winkle I Winkle. February 2. Opportunity was taken on Friday evening, January 22, to honour two more Winkle airmen who were home on leave, L.A.C. Kay Flurla ana Driver David Swinstead. There was a splen did attendance and a, happy evening was spent. Mr. J. C. Gardiner was M.C. SongB were rendered by Mrs. H. Dunstone, of Barmera, and Mr. J. Lush. Mrs. Dunstone -and Miss Daphne Hunt were the accompanists. Supper was served toy the committee and ladles. 1 The chairman of the committee (Mr. H. McR. Dalzlel) expressed the ap preciation of the Winkie people of the worth of the two young airmen, who had grown up in the district, had passed through the local school, and were well respected by the whole dis trict. In presenting them each with a wallet -from the people and a pair of socks from the local Comforts Fund, Mr. Dalziel wished David and Bay a safe and speedy return yto their homes. The young men responded. "Auldi Lang Syne" and the National Anthem brought the ...

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Red Cross Work in New Guinea [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Red Cross Work in New Guinea "Australian Red Cross Society, New Guinea, Christmas 1942. New Guinea boy him help wounded Australian sol dier Kokoda. Now Australia and man say, "Thank you native boy; Merry Christmas." This is the mes sage included in each Christmas par cel which the Red Cross in Port Mores by has (distributed to the New Guinea and Papuan Native stretcher-bearers and hospital orderlies who have done such loyal and magnificent work on the jungle trails in Papua, and to whom so many hundreds of our men owe their lives. Bach parcel contained a hox of [matches, 3 sticks of tobacco, a packet of cigarette papers, 2 handkerchiefs, barley sugar, a tin of condensed milk, and a cake of soap. All flick and wounded in Hospital Units in Papua,' and the members of Hospital staffs, received a "Red Cross Christmas box." Red Cross in Port Moresby Is main taining and extending its services to ease the lot of our hoya In New Guinea, and weekly visits are paid to all his pital units—as ma...

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK WELCOME HOME TO SOLDIERS Lieut Jack Ogilvy and Dvr. Reg. Falkner Honoured [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK WELCOME HOME TO SOLDIERS Lieut Jack Ogilvy and 9vr. Reg. Falkner Honoured On Monday night at the Red Cross dance held in favour of the ugly man competition opportunity was taken to give a welcome thome to Lieut. jack Balfour Ogilvy (A.LF.) and Driver Reg Falkner (A.S.C.), Both had recently returned .from active .service In Mew Guinea. The Mayor (Mr. S. A. James) said they had the Jbonour that evening of extending a welcome home to their guests who 'were good campaigners. I<t. Ogiivy had served in England -dur ing the blitz and had been in Libya In the Syrian campaign he had been promoted to commissioned tank in the field of action. That was, he said, a great honour. (Applause). Reg. Falkner had also been to the Middle East and was well known to them all and bad lived on Block 33 for many years, "Reg liked a game of golf and Mr. James felt quite sure that when the was was over would again take up the same. "On behalf of those I represent, ...

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The Owen Stanley Range [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

(Wxltten by Driver Callagban ((later Miles in action) the following lines were sent home by Pte. W. D. C. Weber, of Loxton. Forbidding dark and gloomy The -cloud-tipped Peakes rear iligh, An everlasting challenge To an everlasting sky, A masterpiece of nature A barrier in a lane, Which "we of Austral murture,, lllay not hope to understand. The ragged native pathways Were not made for white men's feet, Nor the steamy sodden showers Nor the hazy humid heat. On we plod through jungle fastness Through this God forgotten land, And why the hell we -do It Only we can understand. We get weary, worn and feverish,, But we stick it just the same, For we've something big to fight for Arid it isn't just a name; There's a land depending on. us Girt by sea and golden sand, And the reason why -we're fighting is We've learned to understand: That our folks may live in freedom As they have In days gone by, And our job's to see they do it Not to stand and wonder why, So we'll beat the mocking ranges An...

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Dance in aid of Farewell 'Committee at Glossop Glossop, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Dance in aid of Farewell 'Committee at Glossop GIobbob, February 2. -Owing to the intense heat the attend ance at the dance held at the Glossop JIall on Thursday, January 28, was not ;aa large as was expected, but m Jolly ■evening was spent. The Glossop Farewell Committee "were responsible Ifor the .arrangements, ancl their efforts lare much appreciated by the service imen who are honoured by this com mittee from time to time. _ Bright •music for dancing was supplied by the -Night Owl Orchestra and Mr. V. '.Shepherd was M.C. The chairman at the committee (Mr. C. Hubbard) ■was in ..charge of a cool drinks stall Misses Sally Hatch -and .Pat Rofe have left to commence their training at the Teachers' College in Adelaide.— Miss Mary Rumball who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Rofe has re turned to her home in the city. Miss Rumball is the only daughter of Major C. and 'Mrs, Rumball, former residents of Waikerie.—Mrs. .W. R. Sanflercoek has been in the city with her son, Sgt. W. Sande...

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LOXTON Loxton, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

LOXTON Loxton, February 2. Mm Stofldart, of Glenelg, is the guest of Mrs. M. V. Samuel.—Cpl. H. Bier wortli spent shoyt leave with Mr. an/i Mrs. H. A. Klingberg.—Miss Shirley Dankel spent the long "week end with her parents at Berri.—Miss Mary Kerrison, of Renm&rk, has re turned home after being: the g-nest of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Roberts.—Mrs. XV. E. Baker returned from Adelaide this week.—Mr. Les Kingsmill of the staff of Goldsbrough Mort & Co. left on Thursday to commence training with the R.A.A.F.—Miss Betty Bameis ter who has joined fhe Women's Royal Australian Naval Service, has received her call. She left Saturday to com mence her duties. Miss Hameister is the first girl from the LOKton district to enlist -in this service. Miss Doris Eartsch has returned to Adelaide after spending a fortnight ,with her sister, Mrs. M- Milich.

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Progress Association Meeting' At Loxton Loxton, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Progress Association Meeting' At Loxton 1 ■ Xioxton, February 2. j Mr. A; H. Hameister -presided -at the monthly meeting of the Loxton Pro gress Association. others present < were Messrs, J. O. H. Parr, W. J. i Kingemill, W. A. Schulze, E. Hollitt, H. E. Pearson, A. T. Kingflon and the Rev. R P. "Woods ana the secretary' (Mr. It. T>. Kingsmill). J The chairman reported that the coun- ' cil had promised' to have the electric light pole at the corner of Kroeger's garage painted white in view of the; possible danger to motorists after dark.. The matter of abuse .by children to the bathing sheds and lifebuoy was brought up for discussion and it was decided ' that the school teachers be requested to instruct the children to ta:ke better care of these conveniences. It was considered that due to the inconvenience experieaced "by travel lers, the matter of re-erecting the i sign posts in the district should be taken up with the authorities con-1 cerned. I The bad condition of ...

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"UNDER INFLUENCE" AT DRIVING WHEEL £20 Fine in Renmark Court [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

"UNDER INFLUENCE" AT DRIVING WHEEL • £20 Fine in Renmark Court In the Ren mark Police court on Tues day, August Allan Austral Carlson, of Robertstown, labourer who waa arres ted by P.C.'s Adams and Bertram, was charged with driving a motor car when so much under the influence of intoxicating liquor as to be incap able of exercising' effective control of the vehicle. The case was heard by Messrs. H. R. Haselgrove and E. E. Jarrett, J.P.'s. Accused pleaded guilty and was fined £20, with costs of 12/6, in default 28 days imprisonment, and I his licence was suspended for 3 months. I Seiin. F. J. Rosenberg who prose ! cuted stated that Carlson had visited j Renmark over the week-end. He had admitted that he had visited the Ren mark Hotel with his friend, and as they could not fret beer they had a number of wines. Later they had several beers. After lunch they again visited the Renmark Hotel, and as the beer was off again- they had sev eral more wines. After 5 p.m. when beer was obtainabl...

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

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents: Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. Gofdsttrough Mort & Co. Ltd. RABBIT AND FOX SKINS AIbo WATER RAT - KANGAROO AND SHEEP SKIN& ■ HORSEHAIR HIDES - rALLOW. ETC. Itail to Mile End or Carrier to our 8tor< Prompt Cash. No Commission* CAIN & JACOB 187-9 Waymouth Street, ADELAIDE loxton milling Cft limited Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and . POLLARD always availably. Prompt Delivery for. Orders Wheat can be accepted in exchange for GRIST, but the full quantity delivered must ba taken out fn product*. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local Interests | 9.45 a.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS 1 STRANGE AS IT SEEMS j - Dramatised events that prove "Truth is stranger I than Fiction" . j 1E30 *"■ WEDNESDAYS PATRIOTIC PARADE •f Soul-stlrrlng MelodteB and Marches of topical interest ) THUR8D»Y° dream ti...

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BARMERA R.S.L. HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING Mr. Bonnar Secretary For 18th Year Mr. V. J. Tillett New President [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

BARMERA RJ5.L. HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING Mr. Bonnar Secretary For 18th Year Mr. V. J. Tiflett New President The annual general meeting of the Barmera Sub-branch uf the R.S.S.A. I.L.A. was held in the club rooms on Friday night, January 29. The presi dent (Mr. W. D. Woo)ford) outlined the activities of the sub-branch during Ihe past year and thanked all mem bers for their interest and generous support given to him during- his year of office. Mr. R. L. D. Bonnar read the financial report and balance sheet. Mr. Woolford declared all offices vacant, and Messrs. Simes and Brooke were appointed, as scrutineers for the election." Mr. V. J, Tillett was elec ted president; Messrs. R H. Williams and L. A. De Fontenay vice-Dresidents; Mr. R. L. D. Bonnar, honorary secre tary; and Messrs. W. J. Mair, T. O. Miller, W. A. Dunstan, A. E. Jones, A. Ii. Baynes and H. L. Porter mem bers of the committee; and Messrs. R. M. Simes and J. Cockin auditors. Mr. W. D. Woolford as immediate past president is also...

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THE WAIKERIE DISTRICT Settlers Met at Goldsbrough's Market (By Our Travelling Representative) [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

HIE WAffiElUE DISTRICT i Settlers Met at Goldsbrough's Market '(By Our Travelling Representative) On Friday in great heat, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. held a successful sale *>f *tock at Waikerie. The sheep yarded comprised an attractive lot of Me rinos all in line condition, Two-tooth wethers from Maranka made a. fine snowing and Merino lambs from the same station were In prime condition. Darling sheep yarded consisted of four tooth wethers and full-mouth ewes. Thirteen rams, Burtundy toiood, were yarded by Mr. Roy Motphett. Mr. O. H. Jensche arrived with a «ul»ndld mob of quality ewes and lambs. Mr. Morphett said, "We on the land have to support our Fighting Forces l)y carrying on. I don't want to be thought a, growler, but tnis manpower question is making things very hard. "Our outback dams on which thousands •of sheep have to depend for water are ••Steadily silting up. Some have not been cleaned out for four years and some not for two years. You "know, "We must have men wh...

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DISTILLERY EMPLOYEE SUFFERS BURNS TO FACE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

DISTILLERY EMPLOYEE SUFFERS 8URNS TO FACE -Lawrence Victor Brand, of Ren mark, suffered bums to the face when nnewged in sealing a tank at the Ren niark Growers Distillery last week. Tirana had a tin of hot paraffin wax <n his hand and was ascending a lad* ler. The ladder oJioped slightly ■•nd the boJllne wax splashed out on *o his nose and cheek. Hla arm was also burned slightly.'

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

HORSEHAIR WANTED* Tails and Manes Highest Cash Prices. S.A. BRUSH CO. LTD., 167, Flinders Street, Adelaide.. ' ARE YOU FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE? Ho""' „ Furniture, Workman's Liability, Motor Car (personal liability) and Comprehensive and Personal Accident ARRANGE IT WITH— NEW ZEALAND nBm^p™ ALBION HOUSE,. WAYWOUTH ST., ADELAIDE*. (Established 1859) River Agencies:— RENMAHK. .... __ OGILVT & SONS LOXTON T. P. MACKENZIE BERRI „ __ _ ^ H. E. HALL &■ CO.

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

> K pil BUILD THIS HOME TODAY This Modern Dwelling Requires Less Labor to Build and All the Materials are Available. GLOBE Quality KARRI LONG LENGTHS AVAILABLE JARRAH, TALLOW-WOOD, CYPRESS, PINE, AND PINUS FLOORINGS, V.D.L. HARDWOOD, JARRAH, AUSTRALIAN OAK, PINUS, CELERY-TOP PINE, AND HIGH-CLASS JOINERY. CIOBE TIMBER 1%' 1 118 Flinders street; No. I Dock, Port Adelaide. Ring J1851 for 1 | Efficient Service. |

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