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WEDDING PARBS—ARTHUR [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

WEDDING PA RBS^—ARTHUR A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Catholic Church, Paruna, on February 16. The contracting- par ties were Mary, only daughter of Pte. W. E. .Arthur (Abroad) and Mrs. Arthur, of Paruna, and Driver Samuel Parbs (ATP returned). The Rev. Father Rearden of Murray Bridge officiated. The bride, who entered the church with an esteemed friend- of the family Mr. Ern Kupke, was gowned in an attractive frock of deep cream taffeta cut on redingote lines. The full tulle veil edged with gold hung from a head dress of g-old roses. She carried a shesaf of delicate flowers and wore a filigree set comprising brooch, necklet, bracelet, and earrings, a gift sent from her father in Palestine. She was at tended by Miss Zita Honan, from Berri, who wore an early Victorian frock of lavender organdie over satin. She wore a gold brooch set with brilliants, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Ralph Arthur (bride's brother) was~TSest man. During the signing of the register Gounods' "Ave M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Never neglect Colds, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Guard acainst Influenza Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Somebody's dream girl... WHO ALWAYS USES PALMOLIVE In a man's memory there lingers the remembrance of smooth freshness *of complexion that emphasises the radiance of her smile. Palmolive soap brings this loveliness because it contains perfectly balanced blend of Olive and Palm oils . . . renowned as beauty essentials since the days of Cleopatra. Keep that Schoolgirl Complexion ☆ by saving, save by buying ^Savings Bonds or Cettificates

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

•p — T 1 Birthday Greetings • Many happy returns to John Binder I (Renmark) who will be 12 on March 12; Fiana Macgillivray <Barmera) one of the club's first members, 16 on March 13; Audrey Brauer (Chaffey) 8 on ; March Iff; Trevor Baker (Kingston) 10 on March 18; Pamela Pilte (Bar- 1 niera.) 13 on March 18; Doreen Voigt (Loxton), another early member, 16 on March IS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Restlessness and sleepless ness, when due to run-down nerves, frequently respond to treatment with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Dr. Williams' PINK PILLS help to enrich the blood, which has a beneficial and restorative effect upon the nervous system. That Reminds Me Wiley told in* to bring homo i«ne bread) and aim Mid it must be no* thing but the beit. rU go along and get _ a couple of » * H| Imtm from |» E. B. CHAPMAN €f GO. Quality Bakers A Pastrycooks. Phona 86. RENMAAK. OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local Interest® | M p.m. WEDNESDAYS PATRIOTIC PARADE ! Soul-Rtirring Melodies ami Marches of topical Interest I THURSDAYa DREAM MELODIES | Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse. | «« FRIDAYS CAM£0S flp 1.4$ p.m. WEDNESDAYS end FRIDAYS SWING-HI Gems of Mslody from the World's favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED Overseas News Services Six Times Dally THE WATCHMAN NIGHTLY (except Saturdays)

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Young Folk's Section Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Youne Folk's Section! Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Max Siholz (Loveday) 21/3/42 101 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 98 Isabel W\>od (Kenmark) 2/4/42 97 Margaret Blight (Waik.) 1/8/42 77 Peter Brodie (Paruna) 13/3/42 74 Myra Nitsclike (Loveday) 12/G/42 54 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 61 Mavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 60 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/43 49 Honda Batli (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/42 49 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Margaret Kubanlc (Ren.) 7/7/42 34 David Sales (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 28 Robere Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 26 Robert Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 26 Joyce Francis (Waikerie) 29/5/42 24 Laurie Wyman (Barmera) 30/6/42 24 Roy Fettke (Veitch) 15/9/42 ...... 23 Lin Betttson (Mt. Mary) 28/7/42 22 PameU Arney <Wanbl) 12/H/42 .. .. 21 Book Will be Forwarded Max Scholz (Loveday) haa l-eached 100 marks and. a book prize will be for warded to him. This year's book winners—Jennifer Samuel (Loxton), Ruth Anderson (Lox- . ton), Max Sch...

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THE CLUB MAIL BAG NEW BERRI MEMBER ATTENDING HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

THE CLUB MAIL BAG NEW BERRl MEMBER ATTENDING HIGH SCHOOL Dear "Mopoke"—I am a constant reader of your columns in "The Mur ray Pioneer", and I enjoy it very much I am 13 years of age and in the first year at High School. I passed my Q.C. with 580 marks and received full marks in arithmetic. My brother and his friend are picking fruit and pick 230 buckets each every day which is a good effort don't you think? Mrs. ' Scholz, of Loveday, must be a very j good picker of currants; or were they | suUanue? I have eeen in the paper I an advertisement for chewing gum, | could you tell me where I can buy some please? This is my first letter to the club and I hope it is not my last. Could you give me particulars of how to become' a member. I would also like 1o have particulars as to how my friend, Alan Maiby same ad dress, may join. Well, this Is all for now as it is drawing near my bedtime and my mother has already gone to bed. I am, your clubmate to be, Berri. —ERNIE MALONE. Well, Ernie, you ...

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Replies to Letters [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Reolies to Letters Erna Nitschke (Wood's Flat)—What a big harvest, Erna, 4,500 bags of wheat. You are evidently very fond ©f reading. MAX SCHOLZ (Loveday)—A hearty welcome to Jim and John Graham, Max. I hope they will write to our page and give particulars for our roll hoolc. Cheerio. —"Mopoke".

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This Week's Problems A WORD SQUARE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

This Week's Problems A WORD SQUARE 1, A vast army; 2, Half twice; 3, To measure, or to look closely; 4, A move able habitation. —Esther Jones, Renmark.

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Solution to Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Solution to Problem 1. Magpie; 2, Sparrow; 3, Lyre Bird; 4, Canary; 5,.Nightingale; 0, Starling; 7. Ostrich; 8. Curlew. —Lawrie J, Wyman, Barmera.

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK Soldiers' Social Well Attended [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS RENMARK Soldiers' Social Well Attended "There was a good attendance at the 'social tendered to soldiers on leave, in the Renmark Institute on Thursday evening1. ' The function was arranged by the Soldiers Social Committee, of which Mrs. S. A. James is president and Mrs. E. Jackson secretary. Speak- | ers were the Mayor (Mr. S. A. James), j Mr. R. P. Bennett (RSL president), and Mr6. James. Mr. E. Jackson was MC. i Supper was served by members of the committee. Ptes. K. Andrews and K. Fisher are | in Renmark on leave.—Sgt. Harry Lock and Mrs. Lock, who were married at Renmark on Tuesday Evening, are via itinc Whyalla.—Pte. Doug. STaher is spending his leave with his parents at Chaffey.—Miss Marie Gooeh, of Toorak, is staying with her sister, Mrs. C. J. La wry.—Sgt. B. Malycha ar rived in Renmark last Thursday on leave after serving in New Guinea.— Trooper J. P. Roberts, accompanied by Mrs. Roberts (AWAS) is in the River districts* on leave. He is at present ...

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Successful Dance at Monash For Comforts Fund Monash, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Successful Dance at Monash For Comforts Fund Monash. March 8. I A very successful and happy dance was held in the Mtrnash Hall on the evening: of Saturday, March 6. The at tendance was very good. Music was supplied by Mr. J. C. Irving and his orchestra. Mr. Robert Neillson carried out the duties of M.C. The doorkeep ers were Messrs. G. P. Fisher and 1>. Bigg. The proceeds of the dance, ap proximately £15, were devoted to the FF Comforts Fund. Miss Jewell Whitelaw who has been away nursing, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Whitelaw.—Miss Maureen Fisher who has been nursing in Adelaide, Is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Fisher—LAC George Smith (RAAF) Is home on leave for two months with bis mother, Mrs. A. Smith. His wife and son are also staying with Mrs. Smith.—Mrs. hen Stratman, accompanied by her children, has returned home for the harvest.— Mr. and Mrs. S. Lock, accompanied by their son Brian, and daughter Adrian have returned to Monash for the har vesting of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

V^° Crippling pains in the back are commonly traceable to accumulations of body-foal ing wastes. One is. uric add, wfalch causes lumbago. SruBchen Salt* is an effective safeguard against lumbago. . Take a small dose of Kroschen every morning . For regular daily use, put in your first morning cup of tea or coffee, or a glass of hot water, a small quantity of Kruschen Salts—"enough to cover a sixpence." The medicinal dose, for conditions due lo the accumulation o{ uric acid—rheumatism, gout, lumbago, scialica—is half to a full teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a tumblerful of hot water, .taken every morning before breakfast are made- hy E. GRIFFITHS HD6H® Ply- W. Obtainable font CktmUtr and Store* at I/tf and 2-/9 a hottle KB.6-41

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BARMERA Barmera, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

; BABMEEA Barmera, March 10. Soldiers home on leave were enter tained in the Bonney Theatre, Barmera, I on Thursday night. The gathering, which was attended by a large crowd, was arranged fey the Barmera District Council. Mr. M. J. Malone was chairman, and speeches were made by Mr. E. D. Sims (chairman of the dis | trict council) and V. Tillett (presi j dent.of the Barmera Sub-branch of the | R.S.L.) Responses were voiced by ' h'gts. B. Cant and J. Simpson. A number of soldiers on leave were the guests of the Bannera Sub-branch of the R.S.L. at the club-room on Fri day night. Messrs. V. Tillett (presi dent) and E. D Sims welcomed the men, and Sgts B. Cant and J. Simpson responded. Dvr, C. Weston is home on leave. He is accompanied by his brother, Sgt. Weston DCM, MM and bar.

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Loxton Community Singers Fortnightly Session Loxton, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Loxton Community Singers Fortnightly Session Loxton. March 9. ! , Mr. C. Webber conducted the fort nightly programme of the "Triple B" War Savings community singing. Miss A. Quast, and Miss Leslie Nitschke and given by Miss Joyce Schaefer (song), accompanied by Mr. E. Hechler; Mr. J. Pan- (song), accompanied by Miss A. Juast, and Miss Leslie Nitschke and Miss B, Kleeniann (each a pianoforte solo). * * * * Lieut G. Combe is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Eley.—Dvr. R. Klingberg is spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mr6. H. A. Klingberg.—Mr. and Mrs. E. Klingberg and Janice, of Paruna, were the guests of Mr. "and Mrs. Klingberg for the week-end.—Mr. and Mrs. E. Westover left for Adelaide this week to see their son Tpr. A. Westover.—Mr. and Mrs. Kowalick, of Adelaide, are the guests of Set. and Mrs. H. W. King.—R. W. Sharp (RAN) is spending short leave with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sharp.

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LYRUP Lyrup, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

LYRUP Lyrup, March 9. | Mr. and Mrs, Johns have returned from a holiday spent at Glenelg.— Mr. and Mrs. Helnrlch and family have been spending a holiday at Coonalpyn. —Miss Melva Fielke arrived back from Adelaide on Friday.—Mr. C. Carter Is spending a few days In Lyrup with his daughter, Mrs. Jack Downer.—Privates M. Carter, W. B. Oliver, L. Larritt, P. Wade, Dick Rix and Les Davidson are spending leave at Lyrup.—Private Dick Evans has been spending leave with Mr. and Mrs. F. Frankcom.-* Ptes. K Jones and H. Gallary returned to duty this week.—Pte. Mitchell and Miss A. Mitchell are staying with Mr. and Mrs. A. Pomroy. Pte. Gordon Wright is home on leave.—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Perrin have returned from a holiday spent at Murray Bridge and Adelaide. COMFORTS FUND DANCE On Saturday evening in the Lyrup Institute the Lyrup Unit of FFCF held its fortnightly dance. There was a good attendance with visitors arriving from Berri, Renmark and Loxton. Music for the evening was supplied by Mrs. L...

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COBDOGLA Cobdogla, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

COBDOGLA Cobdfcgla, March 8. I Mrs. A. T. Allen and her grandchil dren have gone for a holiday.—Pte. M. H. Walsh who has been home on leave, has returned to duty.—Miss N. Schumacher of Cobdogla is spending a few weeks in the city.—Mrs. B. Drogemuller accompanied by Dvr. T_i. Drogemuller, left for Adelaide last week.—Ptes. P. and D. Wing are (spending leave at Cobdogla.—Mr. and Mrs. J. Fennell, of Prospect have been visiting Mrs. Fennell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Walsh,—Misses M. Brand and D. Stidiford (WAAAF) are vis iting Cobdogla.—Ptes. V. Reed and A. Warrick are home on leave.—Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Coats have their son Harry spending leave with them.'—Pte. and Mrs. Harry Battams have been visiting Rfoorook.

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WINKIE Winkie, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

WINKTE "Winkie, March 8. Mr. and Mrs. Harmer have returned to Artherton, York Peninsula, accom panied by Mr, Willing, after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harmer, at Winkie.—Corporal Joyce Searle WAAAF has been home on leave.—Miss "Watkins, from Chelten ham. in the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Searte.,—Driver Jack Searle is visitingr his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. PI H. Searle.-—ACI Malcolm Jaensch (RAAF) ' has been home on. leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jaensch. Put all you can Into £10 National 1 Savings Bonds.

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Berri Red Cross and F.F.C.F. Meeting Berri, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 March 1943

Berri Red Cross and FJ.C.F. Meeting Berri, March 8. The monthly meeting of the Berri Red Cross Circle and F.F. Comforts Fund Unit was held in the Rivoli Theatre, on Tuesday, March 2. The presi dent (Mrs. J. N. Morrison) presided. Mrs. F. Hep worth's resignation as treasurer was received with regret, and tribute was paid to the splendid work of Mrs. Hepworth in all efforts for the Red Cross and Comforts Fund. It is hoped to All the vacancy of treasurer at the April meeting, when a better at tendance is expected. It is reported that the-Militia boys in the district were arranging a variety show to be held in the Rivoli Theatre on March lu, in aid of the Comforts Fund. Arrangements were made for the next street Paddy's market to be held on the third Friday in March. Gifts of produce will lie gratefully received.* Afternoon tea. brought the meeting to a close. x x x x Mrs. M. Gold and her young daughter are visiting Mrs. A. H. Kealley at Berri.—Capt. W. C. Stevens accompanied by his wif...

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