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RENMARK POPULAR BOY COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
RENMARK POPULAR BOY COMPETITION The prizes of 3/6 and 1/G offered for the candidates returning the greatest amounts for the fortnight ending Tues day evening of this week in the Ren mark popular hoy competition went to Leason Weste (who pai-d in £9) and Rjiymond Walter, who beat Brian Morris by a narrow margin for second place. The final voting will take place at the Ozone Theatre a fortnight from tonight (Thursday, December 3) when there will be a benefit night for the sponsors of the competition, the Mothers and Babies Health Associa tion. Full_ particulars concerning the final voting will be announced in next week's "Pioneer". Voting to date is as follows- Brian Harris 2,640: Hopetown Scheadel 720: John Smith 600: Gordon Rendell 600: Raymond "Whiter 3,000: Peter Hookings, 660; Maurice Bennett 1,250; Stanley Matu liclt 9G'ff: Tom O'Brien 540: Max Muckray 300: Ron Watkins 600; Bruce Schirmer 7R0; Leason Weste 3,360; Lloyd Tuohy 300. Unfortunately Bruce Schirmer has had to withdraw ...
WILL BE 15 IN JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
WILL BE 15 IN JANUARY ! Dear "Mopoke"— I see my name Is ta ' this week'd "Pioneer" about birthdays. I will be fifteen on 16/1/43. My eldest brother laas Joined the A.I.F. and hopes . to be going away Boom and my eldest i sister has just been married. Since the ' last letter I wrote to you we have shifted and are now living down by the river. The water 1^ rising' around us and It Is very nice to look) out of the window and see the scenery. I have left school and am working at a very nice place. My mother has been ill in bed and I have bad to stay home for a few days to look after the family, but I am glad to say that she is better now. Cheerio "Mo poke". Prom I Hanxnark. GLADYS DOTOflT I (Thanks for seindipg along the date of your birthday, Gladys. It is good to hear ttcm you again. Cheerio. —"Mopoke".) This Week's Problem SOMETHING NEW Tills week's puzzle Is something mew to eJubmates, and has been sent in by Helen Newman, of Renmark. You start with the word ORANGE and t>y crossi...
THE ROAD TO KOKODA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
THE ROAD TO KOKODA Showing at the Ozone Theatre, Ren mark, this week has been a film which every Australian should see. It is "The Road to Kokoda", a great work depicting the terrible trials our soldiers have gone through in the mountains of New Ouinea. All the men caught by the camera show signs of what they have, been through. A bullet hole through n "tin" hat is proudly shown by one soldier. Down rugged trails natives carry the woun ded on stretchers Great boys these and as careful ns possible with their heavy loads. Planes are seen drop ping supplies to forward troops, and one may be uuite sure hungry soldiers appreciated the fine airmen's struggle to assist tlioni. Mist covers this high mounain country, where units of the Salvation Army are doing a great work tor the men. Bursts from tommy guns are shown as soldiers clear a path for themselves. A voice said, as the film proceeded, "You see what our boys are doing for us. "What are you doing?" Crowds saw this film in Renmark and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
THIS FKL, SAT., and MON. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1.45 a»d. CHARLES BOYER fXcifrfy] OLIVIA DeHAVILLAND PAULETTE GOBDARD ^ Brilliantly supported by VICTOR McLAGLEN—EDMUND LOWE in Riotous Comedy "CALL OUT THE MARINES" NEWSREEL SESSION COMMENCES AT 7.30 SPECIAL PENNY-A-PLANE MATINEE SAT. Every Child attending Matinee will receive card and one stamp FREE—See posters for details of promotion. RESERVATIONS FOR WEEK IN ADViANCE—PHONE 303 p— I Next Tues., Wed., Thurs. | NOV. 24th, 25th, 26th. RICHARD DIX, KENT TAYLOR j EDMUND LOWE, .WENDY j BARRIE | in Aviation Drama | "MEN AGAINST THE SKY" Jlus: ji JOHN WAYNE It I in Dramatic Hit j j "LADY FOR A NIGHT' • Also thl'ee of the Latest ! ! newsreels j _
DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
DATES TO REMEMBER November 24—M. & B. IT. Associa toln Paddy's Market, Reiners' Shop, Hen mark. November 25—Field Day at Berri Experimental Orchard. November 26 — ^Australia-Soviet Friendship League monthly social, Oddfellows Hall, Renmark. Nov. 28^Boo:cmark Tennis Club An nual Meeting:, in Club House. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS Nov. 23—Auction Sale, Waikerie, Geo. Bartlett & Son. November 26—Loxtori Market. Golds .brough Mort & Co. November 27—Waikerie Market. Goldsbrough^Mort & Co. Nov. 27—Auction Sale, R. P. James & Co., Renmark.
MONASH Monash, Nov. 17. £20 FROM RED CROSS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
MONASH Moil ash, Nov. 17. £20 FROM! RED CROSS DANCE There was a splendid attendance at the Monash Hall on Monday evening Nov. 16, for the iball arranged in aid of Baby John Hunt.. Mr. Robert Neilson was M.C. a>nd music was supplied by jack. Irving's or chestra. Mi-. George Hunt was doorkeep er and Mr. Malcolm Rowan was In charge of the cool drinks. Sweets were also sold. Mr. P. Hepworth, of Berri, was in charge of the Lancers which proved a new fea ture at the Monash dances. Supper was provided by the ladies committee. The sum of £20 was realised for the Red Cross Junior competition.
WINKIE Winkle, Nov. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
WINKLE Winkle. Nov. 17. Mrs. H. W. Olsen left for the city on Sunday, to visit her sicla mother.— Mrs. Busbridge has returned from a visit to Mallala. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Earle.— Mrs. M. Lawrence has returned after about three weeks at Glcnelg.— Mr. and Mrs. H. von Bertcuch left on Tuesday for a ho'iday at Aldgate.— Lesi Thiele (R.A.A.P.) returned on Mon day after spending the weefc-end at his Ihome.— Mr. and Mrs, (P. H. Searle are visiting the city. Their daughter Joyce (W.A.A.A.F.) has been transferred to Vic toria. A working bee was held at the Winkie Primary School on Saturday last when the bitumenizing of the assembly grounds was completed.
MOOROOK Moorook, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
MOOEOOK MoorooU. November 10. Sgt. W. R. S. Munn iAMF has been spending: leave with his parents, Mr. ;>.nd Mrs. W. Munn.—Sifter Ii. Giesler (A.A.N.S.) has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Sanders who are now holidaying in Adelaide.—V.A.D. M. Richardson (A.I.F.) has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W, .i. Wetherall.— Mr. G. Scott is holidaying in Adelaide. —L/Cpl. J. Gibson has been spending leave with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gibson. —Miss E. Passmore.lias returned from Adelaide.—Mrs. S. J. Morley accom panied by her daughter, Mrs, L. H. Aird, is visitinj? Adelaide. Mrs. H. Laebrom, of Adelaide, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, A. 1C. Loxton.— Stew ard M. Loxton (R-A-N.) recently spent leave with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Loxton. Dances have been held to aid the funds of Baby Trevor Loxton and Baby Gordon Thom in the Red Cross Junior competition.
CADELL Cadell, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
CADELL Cadell. November if? I A successful children's frolic was held at the home of Mrs, A. Coats on Saturday afternoon, November 7, in aid of Beverley Coxall, a Red Cross Junior candidate. Proceeds from a trading table, cool drink stall and competitions realized over £14. Win ners of competitions -were Pam As jPHn, Mr. P. Ziegler and Mr. Bottrill. A "yes and no"' competition was won by Mrs. C. Sampson. :.**** Mrs. J. N. Dalzell is an inmate of Calvary Hospital and is making sat isfactory progress.—Messrs. L. Darby and H. Claxton visited tbe city.— Messrs. D. Wright and H. Thomp son returned from the Gulf trip on Monday.—Master Peter Priest who underwent an operation in Wakefield Street Private Hospital is progressing favourably.—Miss Mareta Watson is spending annual leave with her par ents, Mi', and Mrs. A. G. Watson.— Mr. Ron Thayne is spending a few days with his father, Mr. R. Thayne. —Bombardier Watty Terrell has re joined his unit after spending some weeks with his parents.—A...
GREAT VICTORIES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
GREAT VICTORIES The past few weeks have been marked by great victories to Allied arms in North Africa and the South West Pacific At the same time the Russians Iiuvbj. continued to hold the Germans at Stalingrad and in the northern Caucasus. Never since the world conflict began have the United Nations achieved such momentous suc cesses as these. That the Sth Army, with whom the A.I.F. again played a magnificent part, was able to smash liommel's forces and put the remnants to headlong flight out of Kgyol has inspired new confidence in British leadership and military prowess. Skilfully com bined with the joint Anglo-American invasion of French North Africa—an action which by its unprecedented mag nitude demonstrates the two countries' tremendous power at sea—this latest, and we hope final, swing of the pen dulum of battle across the Western Desert looks like driving the Axis forces completely out of the Dark Continent. Whatever we may think of Darlan's puzzling attitude—is he really an...
MYSTERY BIKE HIKE ON SATURDAY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
MYSTERY BIKE HIKE ON SATURDAY WEEK Arranged by the lienmark Toe H Group, a mystery bike hike is io« be held on Saturday week, November 28, and promises to draw a big fol lowing. Several events are to be conducted "at the end of the trail", which the promoters promise will be for Peter Hookings in the somewhere entirely new. Proceeds M. and B.H.A. popular boy compe tition.
PADDYS' MARKET FOR POPULAR BOY COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
PADDYS' MARKET FOR POPULAR BOY rOMPFTITinN A Paddy's market is being; anv. nsred lor next Tuesday, November 24, in aid of Peter Hookings. the Toe H. candidate in the popular boy compe tition for the II. and H.H.A. It will be held in Reiners Buildings.. Hen mark Avenue. It had been intended to have the sale on Wednesday., but the change has been made ill order to tdve mothers attending the centre on that day an opportunity of also pat ronizing the market. Mrs. K. Jack son is convener, tmd any gifts for sale will be thankfully received.
£111 FOR GLOSSOP BABY Glossop, November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
£111 FOR GLOSSOP BABY Glossop, November 1G. | A bridge and checkers afternoon was held in the Glossop Hall on Thurs day, November 12. This ivas the final effort arranged by the Glossop Red Cross Circle in aid of the Red Cross Junior Competition. Mrs. Colby was the winner of the bridge and Mi's. L. C. Tucker sen. the check ers. The prizes were donated by Mrs, L. Mander. Competitions organized by Mrs. H. Morrell and Mrs. H. Grosse were completed at the party and were won by Airs. T. "Bird and Miss Edna Brand, and brought in the sums of £2/17/- and 12 respectively. . The trading- table and ' entrance tees re alized f2/12/6. The splendid sum of i8/17/- was handed in by Miss Dor othy Nasy> who had volunteer?'] to collect subscriptions from the Yugo slav community in the Glossop dis trict. This very fine gesture was much appreciated. The aggregate amount which has been forwarded to head quarters for Baby Neva Grosse, the Glos sop entrant for the competition, is £111 which is a wonderfu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 19 November 1942
THE METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE Wayville, S.A. HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS, B.Sc., DIP. ED. The Methodist Ladies' College offers to its students the best o£ 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 health is under the personal super vision of the Medical Officer and the Matron. Special attention is given to Sports and physical Training—each girl being encouraged to play cricket and tennis in summer, and hockey, basketball or badminton in winter. A Prospectus will be sent on application to the Hon. secretary, Mr. R. H. Cotton, 106 Currie Street, Adelaide. The first Term of 1943 will commence on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Early Application is Desirable. OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Your Entertainment by Local Interests 9.45 a.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEMS Dramatised events that prove "Truth Is stranger than Fiction" 12.30...