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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. GoldabrougH Mort 4L Co. Ltd. A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKER1E — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. .Phone 1. RABBIT AND FOX SKINS Also sVATEil RAT - KANGAROO AND SHEEP SKINb - HORSEHAIR HIDES - TALLOW. ETC. Rail to Mile End or Carrier to our Stor&lt; Prompt Cash. No, Commission* CAIN & JACOB 187-9 Waymouth Street. ADELAIDE to Important Announcement E. W. SCHICK 'Phone: 18 — LOXTON 3 v Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloil, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greases* Vacdip, Vacmark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils* Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases* r* Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, and other famous Vacuum products. :■ ' ' " " ■ ' ' - ' " -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
I Nervous, underweight chil dren, who look pale, delicate, usually pick up after taking a good blood tonic. Dr. Wfflians' PINK PILLS have proved most useful in many cases, because they help to make rich blood. OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local Interests «LM WEDNESDAYS patriotic parade Sou I -Mtirrlntj Melodies ami Marches of topical interes» w Thursdays dream melodies Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse. «. V fridavs cameos of melody. 1.49 p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS swing hi Qant of Helody from the 'World'* favourites keep yourself informed Overseas News Services ^ ■ Six Time# Daily THE WATCHMAN NIGHTLY (except Saturdays) I
WAIKERIE DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING Move for Restoration of Sunday Bus Dropped Waikarie, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
VAUERIE DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING Mm for Restoratioa of Suday Bas Dnpped Waikarie. March IS. At the March meeting of the Waikerie District Council, it >*a« decided, in view of information re ceived, to discontinue pressing for the re-instatement of Pendle's Sun day bus service between Adelaide and Upper Murray towns. Or. R. G. Grieger reported to the meeting that the work on White's road was in hand, and he was authorized to plant rye at this locality. It was resolved that the council should negotiate further for the open ing of a road through Section 298 Holder.' The Works Committee was asked to make an inspection as to the site for the cattle ramp at the sale yards. It was decided to repair the first two corners on the Waikerie Murbko road, beyond J. F. W. Hartwig's. The East Murray District Council is to be advised that a report has been made to the Waikerie council that a bad hole exists on the Bakara road just west of Section 66 H. P. Hay's.. The holes is considered to be dan...
TAPLAN Taplan, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
| TAPLAN Taplan, March 16. Ptes. F. W. and R. N. Hart are spend ing leave with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hart.—Miss Jess Hart accompanied her brothers home and lfl having a holiday with her parents.— AC I W. E. Vogelsang (RAAF) has left to rejoin his unit after harvest leave. —Pte. Roy Rayson has been visiting friends at Taplan.—Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Obst have returned from a week's holiday. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vogelsang.—Nurse R. M. Teusner is spending annual leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Teusner.—Mr.. C. A. Zacher and son Harold left by train for their holiday. —Mr. F. B. Nitschke has returned, from a trip.—Mrs. A. Treager is vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Nitschke.—Mr and Mrs. ,H. Arnold re turned on Saturday from a brief stay> in the city. They left their little son Trevor in the Children's Hospital.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
After a tiring day of war work, a re freshing bath with Palmolive makes you feel like a revived flower. That rich, fluffy Palmolive lather whisks away the tired feeling and leaves your skin so gloriously clean? And, of course, everyone knows how good that splendid blend of olive and palm oils is for the skin. KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL COMPLEXION
RAMCO Ramco, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
RAMCO Ha.mco. March 15. On Sunday the Methodist Church held their harvest festival services in the afternoon and evening. The ladles had decorated the church. Mr. Magg took the afternoon service In the evening the Rev. Horner was the prea cher. Offerings at both services were good. Pte. P. Atkins and Pte. R. Stanley were home on leave during the past week.
PARUNA Paruna, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
PAEUNA Parana, March 15. I The Parana Red Cross ladles had another successful day at Mr. Wood ing's sale, at Meribah. There was no expense and £10/3/6 was realized. The ladies, are grateful to Mrs. Wooding for her help with copper, crockery etc., and to the Meribah ladles who assis ted with provisions. 35,000 BAGS OF WHEAT Wheat carting has finished in the dis trict. About 35,000 bags have been stacked. Variety entertainment, sideshows, boxing, Chinese magician—Fun for all at the Renmark Hospital Continental, Friday, March 26.
LOXTON Loxton, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
LOXTON Loxton, March 16. Lieut. G. D.- Combe and Mrs. Combe left for Adelaide oil Thursday.—Driver 11. G. and Seaman A. "W. Milich are visiting their parents.—Cpl. Harry Dwyer returned to his home at Murray Bridge on Thurs day after renewing many old friendships at Lioxton and Pyap. His parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. K. Dwyer now of Murray Bridse, resided at Pyap for a long number of years, liarry enlisted from this district; a younger brother, Peter is in the RAN. —Ptes. Ron and Keith Dowlei' and T. Dalby are spending leave with their parents at Pyap Estate.—Mr. Kevin Jordan, of Murray Bridge, paid a brief visit to his home.—Cpl. W. Marlow is at his home at Pyap.—Sgt. D, Mc Cubbine and Pte. K. Schultz are home on leave.—Dvrs. R. Klingberg and F. VV'oon are visiting LoxtOii.—Pte. A. Tonkin is staying with his parents, Cr. and Mrs. C. Tonkin at Pyap Estate.— S;;t. J. J. Rofe is on leave at Pyap West.—Cpl. H. 13. Krause, Ptes. Lyall Proud, Len Dohnt, and Paul King are in L/Oxlon 011 leave.—...
IRRIGATION MINISTER AT WAIKERIE Entertained by R.S.L. Waikerie, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
IRRIGATION MINISTER AT WAIKERIE Entertained by R.S.L. WaikerTt?. Marcli 16. On- Saturday evening the Commis sioner of Crown Lands, Minister of Irrigation and Minister of Repatriation (the Hon. R. J. Rudall) visited Waik erie. . lie was accompanied by his secretary (Mr. MurrasO a«d Mr. C. G. Fowles (Secretary for Irrigation). The Minister had no official meeting at AVaikerie but was entertained by the local RSL Sub-branch in the club rooms. The Minister gave the branch a very interesting talk on the activities *of the League. At the conclusion of the talk a pleasant hour or two of social enter tainment was spent. The guests had intended staying overnight but owing to the hotel being fully beaked with a tourist party, they were obliged to go on to Barmera.
Loxton Red Cross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
Loxton Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £1,455/18/8; Mr. A. Nitschke, Nangari fl. Collect ing tins—Mrs. Samuel £2/3/1; Mrs. Jefferson £1/1/3; Mrs. A. H. Rothe G/-; Mrs. Hameister G/-; Mrs. Tanko 12/3; Sirs. Hilbig £1/1/G. Afternoon tea 17/10 and 9/9; donation ball 2/6; Mrs. E. M. TJock 17/G; Mrs. Retallick &/-; subscriptions 2/-. £1,465/3/4.
£20 Raised at Glossop Red Cross Dance Glossop, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
[£20 Raised at Glossop Red Cross Dance GIobsop, March 16. The evening of Thursday, March 10, waa a very gay night at Glossop, -when the Red Cross dance was held in the Glossop Hall. There.was a splen did attendance and a very happy tim$ was spent. Music was supplied by the Night Owl Orchestra and the duties of MC were, ably carried out by WO H. Muller. Pte. Ansell and Mr. T. Bird were doorkeepers. The ladies Of the Glossop Red Cross circle were in charge of a cool drinks stall, which Is always a popular feature of t}ese dances. The proceeds of the dance which were in aid of Red Cross funds amounted to £20/4/6. Glossop High School Prefects Induction Ceremony The induction ceremony of the prefects for the yeat was performed at the Glossop High School last week in the presence of Mr. flm. Macgilliv'ray, MP, and Mr. Clem Till (chairman of High School Council). The head prefects are "Janet Bigg and George Rawnsley and other prefects are Marie Vasey, Eunice Colbey, Mildred Middleton, Lois...
Soldiers Honoured at Monash Dance: £18 Raised Monash, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
Soldiers Honoured at Monash Dance: £18 Raised Monash, March 16. j The Monash Hall presented a happy scene on the evening' of Saturday. March 13, when the weekly dance was held. There was a splendid attendance and a jolly time was spent. Mr. Robert Neill son carried out the duties of MC, and music was supplied by Mr. J. C. Irving'g orchestra. The doorkeeper was Mr. S. R. McLaren. During the evening opportunity was taken to hon our several soldiers of the 2nd AIF. Speakers were Cr. Arthur Hunt and Mr. F. H. Nixon (representing the RSL). Supper was served by ladies of the district. Proceeds of this successful function am ounted to approximately £18. Pte. Geoff Maddern and Gnr. Keith Hammond are home on leave.—Mr. Fiedler Hay ley, of Croy don, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hunt.—Mrs. Schultz, of Peebinga, is the guest of Mr and Mrs. O. Schultz of Monash. — Private Reg. Biggs is spending leave with his wife and family.
PATA Pata, March 16. SOCIAL TO AIRMAN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
PATA i-ata, juarca is. SOCIAL TO AIRMAN A large gathering- assembled in the I Pata Institute on Saturday night, at a serial in honour of Sgt. p. M. Fiegert I (RAAF) tendered by the Pata Farewell j Committee. The following representa tives of district organizations were present: Sir. J. Kingdon (Loxton Dis trict Soldiers Benefit Fund), Mr.. A. M. Hilbig (RSL), the Rev. R. F. Woods (churches). Local speakers were Messrs. Robert May and E. L. Crowe. Mr. May presented Sg:t. Fiegert with a wallet, with the good wishes of all present, and Mr. Kingdon made the presentation of the customary dilly bag. Sgt. Fiegert responded. "For he's a jolly good fellow" and. "Auld Lang Syne" were sung.^_ The evening was spent in dancing, with Mrs. Ralph May and Mrs. L. R. Christie sup plying the music. Mr. E. L, Crowe was MC. Items were rendered by Mrs. Geumel Payne, Miss Evelyn Henschke (violin and piano duet). Supper was served by the ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thiele are holiday ing at Victor Harbour.—G...
KAROONDA Karoonda, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
KAROONDA Ttaroonda. Marcn 17. The harvest festival of the Karoonda Methodist Church, held oil Sunday was a tnarked .success, and the offerings of the day constituted a record. The church was filled In the afternoon and racked at nieht. Preachers were: Afternoon, Mr. Allan i>. E. Clarke, B A., evening, the Rev. M. C. Tren orden.
BERRI Mr. Hepworth Farewelled By Irrigation Department Staff [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
i J5ERR1 Mr. Hepworth Farewelled By Irrigation Department Staff A farewell was tendered to Mr, F. B. Hepworth by members of the Berrl Irrigation staff on the eve of" his de parture for Renmark to take up the position of manager of the Fruit Grow ers Co-operated Ltcl. Mr. Hepworth had been in the Gov ernment service for nearly 24 years and during that time wherever he had been had rendered untiring service both as a Government official and in a civic capacity. Regret was expressed by the many speakers that Mr. Hepworth j was leaving, but congratulations were j sincere and genuine on his new ap pointment, and all wished him every I success In his new venture. j Both Mr. and Mrs. Hepworth had I taken an active part in civic affairs at ! Berri, and also -took a keen interest in the welfare of the staff members. A presentation was made as a small token of goodwill and esteem. Mr. Hepworth has served at Mypolonga, ; Barmera, Waikerie and Berri. ! * * * * MEN ON LEAVE ENTERTAINED An evenin...
WINKIE Winkie, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
WINKIE Winkie, March 16. Pte. Allah Thiele and Mrs.. Thiele were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams for a few days.—Driver and Mrs. Vin Lam have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lum.—Trooper Jack Searle and Mrs. Searle have been" staying with Mr. and Mrs. F. Searle. —Miss P. Camm, of Joslin, and Miss M. Bailey, of North Norwood, have been staying with Mrs. Clem Goodridge.— Gunner Eric McDonald and Mrs. Mc Donald left for. the city on Friday.— Mrs. Dave McDonald left for the city on Saturday to see her husband LAC D. McDonald.—Mrs. F. H. Stevens, of the Winkle school house, has re turned. after spending a week in the city with her eon, Mr. John Stevens, who has commenced his studies at the Adelaide University.
MORGAN Morgan, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
MOIKiAV Morgan, March 16.1 Mrs. P. Warner and son have returned to North Adelaide.—Cpl. E. Wohling accompanied by wife and child left for Tanunda on Friday —Sergt. J. Quinn of NSW, is home on leave.— Mr. R. X&mbert, of Glenelg, is the guest of Mr. W. Pendle at UDale Station.—r The Rev. Father P- J Walsh has left on a fejv weeks*' holiday. He is being relieved by the Rev. Father Bonaven ture.—ACW Pat Johnson has returned to her unit.—Pte. H. Winkles, accom panied by his mother, Mrs H. H. .Winkles,, has returned to Adelaide.— Cpl. W. C. Briese and lyfrs Briese, of Adelaide are spending a few days with Mrs. Schenscher, Mrs. Briese's mother.—Mr and Mrs. Hancock and child, of Wasley's are snenfling a week at Morgan.—Mr, Gus Thamm has re turned from the Eudunda Hospital much improved in health.—Mrs. R. E Cresdee spent a few days in Adelaide during the week.—Messrs H. and S. Cresdee and Miss Cresdee, of Prospect were the guests of. Mr and Mrs. R E Cresdee.—Ray Turner of- Kapurida h...
WUNKAR Wunkar, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
WOTKAE Wunkar. March 16. Mr. B» Goldlng" occupied the chair St a social tendered to soldiers on leave.—Mr. C. Golflinsr is an inmate of the Loxton Hospital.—Private Li Edwards Is the puest of Mrs. E. Cook. —Pte. J. and Mrs. Connors, of Ade laide, are the guests of Mrs. E. E. Schulz.—Mrs. T. McKenzie has been in the Memorial Hospital. North Ade laide, for the past four weeks 1—Mr. 6. Little is thp priest of his brother Mr. Ted Utile.—S*t T. Fettke la the guest of Mr. W. Nairn. : - ■ . t ■
SWAN REACH Swan Reach, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 March 1943
SWAN "RTCAfflFT Pwan R^nch. March 'iR. - Mrs. ti. M Orae^ has returned to ''wan 'Rparli after her husband In the Eudundfi hrvmlt.al. Mr. Ornetz is making: a rood recovery ,*n& Is ex pected to be home tht«s we°k The ■Rov. ond Mrs. W." .Tilers are In the rltv attending the "vnM of the Ev T,utheran rihtirch.—Mr. T. Phnw" Jw sn of the "nvl A^e'alde Hn« T>itnl.—Mr Arnold Orlmwnde. of Kent Town, •was +he sriient of the Her. and *'m. W R Troitp 11. of tht» Oonrr«ea '&lt;&lt;-,7,^1 rrmn^f-.—'Pt.i. N. FeVMr. of "Vfon enilla. wan In Svrsn Reach durlnr the ^eek and w»« a (rne«t at. the Oonrre m*nw —Mrs. WW Znrtoxr Jr unending a holIdST with her daughter* at Payaeham and Jtwwial*. -