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RENMARK NORTH CARD EVENING FOR POPULAR BOY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

, RENMARK NORTH CARD EVENING FOR POPULAR BOY At the home of. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Spurling at Ren mark North on Satur day Nov. 28, a bridge and euchre even ing was held in aid of Morris Bennett, the North candidate In the M.B.H.A. popular boy competition. Mrs. Spurting and Mrs. R. P. Bennett were the conveners. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. F. Young and Mr. T. Hendrick; consolations to Mr. and Mrs. Pollard. Mr.* S. Seekamp won the bridge prize. A cake was won by Mr. F. Young, who gave the prize back to be sold for the benefit of the fund. A dainty supper was served by the conveners. <b * £7/15/8, and also that the hospital would benefit to the extent of £120 from the shed carnival arranged by the R.S.li. The president thanked all who had assisted at the carnival The next monthly meeting'of the aux iliary to be held the fourth Wednesday in January will be an American after noon. Mrs. Mawby's offer to organize a young people's dance at her home, in aid of the auxiliary was g...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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CARD EVENING FOR RED CROSS Winkie, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

i CARD EVENING FOR RED CROSS Winkle, December 1 A bridge and whist evening, arranged hy tne Winkie Red Grose Circle, was held on Saturday in the Institute. Orange drinks were sold by Misses Aileen Setterberg and Yvonne Plush and realized 12/3. The goods on the gift table were sold by Mrs. S. Fernee and brought in. the sum of £1/10/-. Prizewinners for bridge were Mrs. H. F. Stevens and Mr. G. Davis. Whist prizes. went to Mrs. Ern Williams and Mr. Ridgway. Two of the prizes were donated by Mrs. Charlie Davis. Supper tea and scones was served by Red Cross members. Mrs. F. W. A. Bond (Red Cross president) thanked all who had assisted in any way, especially Mr. Harry Davis who had charge of the cards and looked after the copper. Proceeds amounted to £4/14/6. VISITING DAY AT SCHOOL There was a good attendance of parents and friends at the Winkie Primary School on Friday, November 27, for the annual visiting day. The chairman of the School Committee (Mr. J. C. Gard iner) welcomed the visit...

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Renmark Red Cross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Renmark Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £4,697/11/5; Baby contest £25/12/5; dance, 25/11/42 £5; market, 27/11/42 £40/9/2; Wood ward/Brison Group £7/0/1; Mrs. A. B. Nuslte (dance) £2/8/-; Renmark North (afternoon) £1/11/-'; Cong. Church Ladies' Guild and Girls Club £5/5/3. £4,784/17/4. F.F. Comforts Fund Previously acknowledged £2,014/12/1; Penny-a-Plane Fund £19/4/1. £2,033/16/2.

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OBITUARY Mrs. Ellen Purcell, Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

OBITUARY Mrs. Ellen Purcell, Renmark At the age of 72 years, Mrs. Ellen i Puree'l passed away on Thursday I morning shortly after midnight. De- ' ceased had been ailing for about six months. She was horn at Mount Gambler and had lived in Kenmark for 2ti years. On 'Wednesday even ing Mrs. . Pureell attended a social given to her grandson Trouper C. V. tfurcell, in the Kenmark Institute and ^hortly after returning home she ,• passed away. Her husband died three ' years ;iro. The family consists of Tom, Adelaide: Irene (Sirs. L. Vic tory), Yongala; Dorothy (Mrs. W. Tindall) and Victor both of lien mark. | The funeral took place on Friday : morning, the Rev. Father llughes officiating at the Catholic Church and 1 the graveside. Hearers were Messrs. | H. H. Wescoinbe. R. A. AVesconibe, E. 1 Evans, and D. llersey. I Mr. E. Gilgen of Morgan The death occurred on November 29 at a private Hospital in Adelaide of , Mr. E. Gilgen, of Morgan, after seven | weeks' illness. Mr. Gilgen had re- ! s...

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MILITARY PARADE AT RENMARK Presentation of A.T.C. Certificates HOME GUARD, RED CROSS AIDS AND GARRISON BAND ALSO TO TAKE PART [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

MILITARY PARADE AT RENMARK , Presentation of A.T.C. Certificates HOME GUARD, RED CROSS AIDS AND GARRISON BAND ALSO TO TAKE PART In connection with the presentation of proficiency certificates to Renmark members of the A.T.C., Flisht-Lieut. S. A. James has arranged a special parade for the Renmark Showgrounds on Sunday week, December 13. In the parade the A.T.C. will he joined by the Renmark Unit of the Home Guard, and the Red Cross Aids. Lieut. Col. E. T. Dean will take the .salute, and will present the certificates. The 25th Garrison Band will be in attend ance. After a brief break a church parade will lie conducted by Padre Philip Smith. It is hoped that the pub'ie will show their interest by a bipr at tendance.

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DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

DATES TO REMEMBER December 5—Picture Benefit Night for Loxton M.B.H.A. December G—Pleasant Sunday After noon at Renmark Congregational Church. December 12—Tintra Tennis Club, Special General Meeting. . December 13—Special A.TC. Parade at Renmark Showgrounds. December 14—Military Band Concert, Renmark Institute. December 24—Renmark R.S.Tj. Sub branch Xmas Party at Roxv Theatre. December 30—Xmas Carnival in aid of R.S.S.C. and Military Camps Sports Committee at Roxv Theatre. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS December 10 — Ijoxton Christmas Market, Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE Without Calomel—And You'll Jump out of Bed in the Morning Full of Vim. The liver should pour oui two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food dorsji't digest. It just dccays in the bowels. AYind bloats up your stomach. You pet constipated. Your whole systoin is poisoned and you feel sour, tired ana weary and the world looks blue. • Laxatives arc only makeshifts. A lucre bowel movement doesn't fret at the cause. It takes those good old Carter's Little Liver l'ills to get those two pounds of bile (lowing freely iind in alee you feel "up and up." Harmless, Kontlc, yet amassing in making bile flow freely. ©Ask for CAKTKR'ft Little Liver Pills hy name. Stubbornly refuse anything else, j /3 WHEN HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN REMEMBER Crusiaber Clotij MEANWHILE: Buy *IO War Bonds and War Savings Certificates

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WAR CASUAITIES Missing, Believed Killed [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

WAR CASUAITIES Missing, Believed Killed Word has been f-ecelved by Mrs. K. Berg, of Rennvrk, that her hus band, Pte. Eric rfceif jus been missing _i o, js Relieved to action while op since October 33 have been killed it era ting in the M id/le East. Before enlisving the soldiej the Western Insurance Coy. Private Berg enlisted in AtfeUiide in 1940 and went overseas in F foldiered in Palestin •was employed in ibruary 1941. He , Syria and Egypt. His wife recently accepted a position with Saies Ltd. at tenmark. She is a sister of Mrs. CSarlie Wood. Pte Berg was 35 years) of age. There is one daughter, agjd five. Wounded itt Action L/Cpl. Harry Boijby who has been reported wounded in action was at tached to the staff lof Elder Smith & Co. at Loxton prior to enlisting. He commenced duties- there in January 1940 and remained there until he en listed in January lull. L/Cpl. Boully is the .son of Mr. Harry Boully, of Nectarbrook Station, Pt. Augusta. He worked at the Ade'aide and Kap...

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SHORT NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

SHORT NOTICE!' (Shortly after 8 /clock on a recent' Saturday evening the llenmark Sol diers' Social Con.mittee received a phone call from Berri, to the effect that circumstances made it impossible for the orchestra to attend to play at the weekly dance at the R.A.O.B. Hall. This naturally placed the committee in an embarrassing position, but prompt action by the officials, and fine gesture by Mrs. F. A. Simon ! overcame the difficulty with a minimum of trouble, and those who attended the entertainment liliJe realized the un certainty which had existed earlier in the evening. It was ten past 8 when Mrs. Simon was contacted, and 20 minutes later she was seated at the piano and the dance went with its usual swing. Mrs. Simon's readiness to assist in the emergency was much appreciated by the committee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

To the man who says "I've got no money to spare to buy Austerity Bonds" If your Government had to rely only on people's spare cash to fill the £100,000,000 Austerity Loan it could not possibly hope to get anything like this vast sum. No, this Loan is not just a collection in which you can salve your conscience by throwing in your odd coppers, but an earnest appeal to cut down your scale of living, doing without luxuries, so that you can buy Austerity Bonds. ALL ABOUT THE AUSTERITY LOAN Austerity Loan Bonds are £10 each and in multiples of £10. There is no limit to the num ber you can buy. Two kinds of Bonds are avail able:— 1. Redeemable 2. Redeemable 1958—3^% 1947—2i% interest interest year, year. Interest starts on money paid from the date of lodgment. Lodge your subscriptions at any Bank, Savings Bank, Stockbroker or Money Order Post Office. .Bonds are realizable in case of need. AUSTRALIAN CONSOLIDATED 3|% CONVERSION Holders of Australian 53% Inscribed Stock or Bonds maturing De...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR To Overcome Acute Shortage Of Small Change To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

LETTER TO THE EDITOR I To Overcome Acute Shortage Of Small Change To the Editor. Sir.—A mailer of concern to Banks and Liusiness Houses at present is 'the acute shortage of small charge aai-ticu larly threepenny pieces and coppers. Increased publ.c spending power coup led with the many and various changes in. prices create a further demand for this commodity and imposes a severe strain on the1 Commonwealth Mints which are working to full capacity to meet the demand. Despite the efforts of the authorities concerned however, it is impossible to meet demands and a system of strict rationing is in force—this is necessary to ensure thut every business will be supplied with at least some small change so that the purchasing public will not bo inconvenienced. The purport of this letter. Mr. Editor, is to surest to the public how they can assist in alleviating: this shortage. There are possibly many thousands of people conducting: a little savings scheme, of their own and are accumu lating s...

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EXTENDING WORK IN RIVER CAMPS Visit of Red Shield State Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

EXTENDING WORK IN RIVER CAMPS Visit of Red Shield State Secretary Major Charles Oakley, recently ap- J jiointed secretary for war services in ( ooneetion with the Salvation Army Red Shield work in S.A , visited the Kiver districts last week-end. Major Oakley has been overseas with the A.I.F., returning in May of this year. ' Since that time his duties have taken him to Queensland and N.S.W. On his visit to the Kiver areas, { Major Oakley was accompanied by , Mr. R. G. Dunkley who commenced , the Red Shield work in the camps of i the district, and on his tour was joined ny Mr. R. Moore who is at present i relieving Mr. Dunkley. Over a ton I of additional equipment was brought up, including a billiards table, and a coffee and biscuits service. It is propose^ to extend the work in the district considerably. The major stated in the course of an interview that it was sull hoped that a mobile unit might be secured for the work in tlie Upper Murray areas. This | hinged largely however un t...

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Bike Hike for Popular Boy [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Bike Hike for Popular I Boy Arranged by the Kenmark Toe II Group a mystery bike hike was held last Saturday in aid of the candidature of Peter Hooking in the M.13.H.A. ! popular boy competition. I_,ed by -Mr. A. Nickolui the cyclists went out along Henmark Avenue and after a ■ tour of the settlement made a halt 1 at the High Kchool Oval where a pro ■ gramme of races and frames was con i ducted. Cool drinks were sold by i the Hew F. V. Hansen, and a very h.-tppy and successful time was spent Messrs. o. Stead and A. Grosvenor assisted in arranging the programme.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Cnil and inspect. Phone 1.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Birthday Greeting* Many .happy returns to Peter Brodie ■ (Paruna) who wUl fee 9 on Dec. 5; Carznel Giles {Henmark 'North) 14 on Dec. 5; Viola Vogelsang (Ifeplan) 11 on Deo. 7;; i ■Margaret Kubank <B£nmark North) 13 on: Dec. 8. v

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Solution to Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Solution to Problem 1 catastrophe; '2 catarrh; 3 cataract; <1 cater; 5 cathedral; 6 catwplHar; 7 catchup; ; a cattle; g -catgut.

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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Youngfolk'sSectionj Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Ruth Anderson (Loxton) 26/2/42 .. 90 Rex Arney (Wanbl) 12/5/42 SO Jennifer Samuel (t*oxton) 1/2/42 .... 85 Ivy Traeger (Loxtoa) 3/4/42 .. .. -81 Isabel Wood (Renmark) -2/4/42 .. .. 76 Mcx echolz (Loveday) 21/3/42 .. .. 65 Peter Brodle (Paruna) 13/3/42 51 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 Isabel Rawusiey (Loveday) 9/6/42 .. 46 Beth Francis (Waikerle) 10/12/41 .. 44 Margaret Blight (Barmera) 1/8/42 .. 41 Mavis Gray (MorkaZIa) 14/7/42 .. .. 40 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .... 39 Helen Newman {Renmark) 21/4/42 ,. 39 Myra Nltschke (Lcveday) 12/5/42 .. 33 Margaret Kuban's (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Nigel Samuel (boxton) 28/7/42 .. .. 26 David Sales (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 25 Robert Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 .. .. 22 Honda Bath (Mt. Torrens) -6/10/42 .. 22 Joyce Francis (Waikerle). 23/5/42 .. 20

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Matinee Ticket Winner [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Matinee Ticket Winner A complimentary ticket to the Ozone ! Theatre is this week awarded to Eleanor i Deans (Beomark) for a neat and. Interest- ; lug letter.

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THE CLUB MAIL BAG HOME AFTER SEVEN MONTHS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

IHEfLUB MAIL BAG HOME AFTER SEVEN MONTHS Dear "Mopoke"— After being away for I seven months I am home again, and -ready J to do the .puzzles and enjoy the page. WiiLe In Greenock Z took quite a lew photos; the first film I took was a failure and only three photos turned out. I took some just before I left but have not had them developed yet. .1 am hoping they will foe more successful. The coun try around Greenock was covered with .spring flowers <-.nd » paddock across from my aunty's home .presented a wonderful spectacle with the "Salvation Jane". Z saw quite a lot of good Alms. I als-J learnt dancing. They have dances in aid of the Red Cross and Comforts Fund every fortnight. My cousin who Is interested in radio work has an amplifier and each week when he comes home "from -working Jn town ho brings new records. He brought me some good ones which I brought home with me. My favourite hob toy is collecting film star portraits. I want to play tennis with Adel tPrlman this af...

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This Week's Problem JUMBLED FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

This Week'* Problem JUMBLED FLOWERS X OlRxh; 2 Sapny; .3 Lovla; 4 KurrapsL; 5 Azjnln; 6 fie sat; 7 Rancataol; 8 Mus thecrvmanh. —jElva Hausler, Morgan.

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