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

TWO PEN FRIEND'S WANTED Two members have written la dur ing the past fortnight stating that they would like penfriends. By a co incidence .they are: Jean. Ellis, of Man tcng, and Joan Ellis, of Mantung, two girls who are pals, but I understand are not related. Any member desiring a penfriend should write to Joan or Jean. Perhaps If one of them receives more letters than the other, they will share them. INDIGESTION " I suffered 'with awful indigestion, wind and fullness after meals. I was given De Witt's Antacid Powder and proved its value. I have never had the slightest pain since I started taking De Witt's, nor have J had to dread mealtimessays Mrs. G. H. These convincing: "I KNOW—I proved it" reports published week by week throughout the year bring new hope to all victims of indigestion. Only actual sufferers can tell you the wonderful relief when dread of mealtimes is ended. De Witt's Antacid Powder has overcome digestive trouble for others and it will do the same for you. Get a ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

SCOTCH COLLEGE, BELAIR A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS HEADMASTER—N.M.G. GRATTON, B.A., Dip. Ed. (University of Melb.) The Department of Defence having requisitioned the property at Torrens Park, Mitcham, the "school is now established in two large adjacent homes, in a very beautiful site at Belair, 1.009 ft. above sea level, distant from danger zones. ^Sleeping out accommodation, new class rooms, physics, chemistry and agriculture laboratories, engineering and carpentry workshops, and facilities for all games have been provided. Boys admitted from six years of age. Sub Primary to Leaving Honours. First term 1913 commences on THURSDAY, 4th FEBRUARY; board ers come into residence on Wednesday, 3rd February, J 943. Early application for admission is very necessary. \ Prospectus and further particulars may be obtained from the Head inaster, or W.D.C. Paton, Secretary, Savings Bank Building, Kins William Street, Adelaide. Commonwealth of Australia NATIONAL SECURITY (MAN POWER) REGULA...

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

That Reminds Me Wifey told in* to bring home tome tread, and ahe nid it must be no thing but the beat, ill go •long «nd get a couple of SS loavM from E. B. CHAPMAN & CO. Quality Bilnn A jPutryeooks. Tbomm H. RENMARK. THIS FRI., SAT., MON. Matinee, Saturday 1.45 NIGHT SESSION Commences at 7.50 Associate Feature HUGH SINCLAIRE in Action Thriller "Saint Meets the Tiger" matinee only— Chapter 11 "THE SHADOW" SHOWING AT BOTH THEATRES THOMAS 'MITCHELL • CLAUDE RAINS JEROME COWAM •HEIENE REYNOLDS ClftcMkyArcWiMiM • frtiseti by A 20U> CENTURYfOX PICTURE ' iNot Suitable lor Gtneril -Exhibition. THIS SATURDAY ONLY roxy PROGRAMMES Commence at 8.30 Flus: SPLENDID NEWSREEL SESSION AT BOTH THEATRES friday NIGHT roxy DANCE Jack Irving's Orchestra IT'S A "MUST" FOR THRILLS! BRIAN DONLEVY MIRIAM HOPKINS In Startling- Drama 'A Gentleman after Dark" OZONE Next Tues., Wed., Thnrs. Dec. 9th—10th—11th RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 virginia WEIDLER in "M.G.M.'b Musical Comedy Hit '"Bora to Sing" Plus ...

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Last Saturday's Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Last Saturday's Cricket No, 10 Camp 123 (House 59, Kelly 16, Wescombe 20; Seekamp 3/33, K. Har rington 3/33) b. Kenmarli 94 (Dyer 17, Marshall 11, Harrington ]8, Dolan 10, J. Norton 13; Olds 2/20; House 4/22'; Kelly 2/22) at Kenmark.

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£8 for War Funds from Bowls Night [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

£8 for War Funds from Bowls Night The Renmark Bowlins Club recently conducted an electric light xinks tourn ament in aid of the Bed Cross Junior competition, with women as leaders. As a result of the event £fi was handed to the Bed Cross. The prizes also assisted the war effort, being- £2 worth of "War Savings Stamps. With Mrs. V. Maloney as leader the winning rink had M. Amos as skipper. Mrs. W. Venables was leader and G. Rosenthal skipper of the runners-up.

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S.S. ANNIVERSARY AT GLOSSOP Glossop, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

S.S. ANNIVERSARY AT GLOSSOP Glossop, December 1. There was a splendid congregation at the Glossip .Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon, November 29, for the Sunday School anniversary service. Special singing by the scholars was much enjoyed. Miss Pat Rofe was organist. An interesting chil dren's address was given by the Rev. G, S. Welling ton. Mr. Wellington took the opportunity to tlianlc the teachers and staff of the school for their .untiring- work. A retiring collection was taken to assist the members of the ladies' guild with their Christmas cheer for local members of the Forces. X X X X Miss Betty Johnston is visiting the city.—Observer Bill Sandercock (R.A.A.F.) has been home on leave. —Airs. Diamond and her daughter Isabel who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarrie Scott, have returned to Pt. Pirie.—AC1. Doug Biggs has been home on leave.—Mr. and Mrs. W. Minocks are visiting Murrav Bridge. CHRISTMAS CHEER FOR SOLDIERS The monthly meeting of the Glossop Methodist Ladie...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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RENMARK £35 from "Austerity Fair" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

RENMARK £35 from "Austerity Fair" i Results beyond all expectations at tended the "austerity fair" conducted by the Renmark Methodist Ladies' Guild in Reiners Buildings last Fri day. Secondhand clothing, cake and produce were on sale and met with a great demand. Proceeds which were in aid -of church funds amounted to £35. Mrs. W. M. Burns is president of the guild and Miss A. Plush secre tary Helpers were: Mesdames F. "V. Hansen, E. and H Jones, W. Humph rey, A. J. Chesson, H, 15. Ashenden, B. Jury, H. Pannach, T. McGough, K. Rushforth, J Scherer and C. An dre. CHURCH GUILD EFFORT FOR RED CROSS Last Thursday the Renmark Congre gational Ladies' Guild in conjunction with the Girls' Club, held an after noon for the Red Cross. A very happy social eventuated, and proceeds from a trading table and afternoon tea am ounted to £5/5/-. Mrs. L. G. Kay is president of both the Guild and prirls club, and members of both soci eties assisted with arrangements. SALE OF RES CROSS JUNIOR BADGES Over ...

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

GO IDTO PflLmOLlUE! jpALMOLIVE'S pure, true green comes from olive and palm oils ... famous for beauty since the days of Cleopatra. Palmolive's rich, abundant lather cleanses your skin swiftly and surely, at the same time giving a gentle oil massage that makes you lovely all over» io/iss TO GIVE VOU ALL OUER LOUELIRESS !

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INFANT WELFARE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

f INFANT WELFARE ANNUAL MEETING There was a good attendance at the annual meeting of the Winkie In fant Welfare Club on November 5. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. S. Fernee; secretary, Miss E. O'Dea; vice-president, Mrs. Sid Moyle and Mrs. H. Dowling; treasurer, Mrs. C. Plush. Six committee ladies were also appointed. The proposed annual school picnic, and the new cycle slied which is now in use were discussed. A circular and letter from the asso ciation secretary (Mrs. II. Fewster) was read, and Airs. Moyle, Miss O'Dea, and Mrs. Mules were appointed dele gates to the association meeting to be held at Cobdogla on November 23. The. gifts on the trading table were auctioned; the proceeds were in aid to the Navy Day Appeal. It was decided to have a gift table at the next meeting. After noon tea was served by the retiring committee. Mrs. T. Kingdon presided at. the monthly meeting of the I^oxton infant Welfare Club. After welcoming and introducing Mrs. Brown, the new In fant tea...

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

LYRUP A euchre evening was held at the home of Mrs. Brus Wright. This was the last of a series of five evenings, held in aid of .Timmy Wright in the Red Cross Junior Competition. Win ners of the evening's prizes were Mr. W. Pistoor and Mrs. Pomroy. Aggregate prizes were' won by Mrs. A. Pomroy and Mr. E. Ohlson. Prizes were donated by Mrs. F. Wright and Mrs. P. Wade. Com petitions were won by Mrs. L. Wright, Mr. K. Oldland and Mr. H. Harvey. The two latter donated their prizes back and they were then won by Mr. M. Frankcom and Mrs. A. Pomroy. Mrs. Wricrlit provided a tasty simper. The even ire's taUln'jH amounted to £2/13/9. The en lire was in eh;irge of Mr. F. Downer.

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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Bonnev Theatre, Barmera Saturday ■ and Monday, December 5 and 7—"You"l never cr-st rich" (Rita Haywortli. Fred Astaire), "I killed that man" (Ricardo Cortez, Joan Wood touw) Wednesday, December 9—"Aifertion ately Yours", and "Highway West."

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MONASH Monash, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

! MONASH Monash, December 1. Darcy Neilson (R.AA.F.) has been home on leave.—Mr. and Mrs. E. Golledge left for the city last week.— Misses A. and J. Whitelaw left for the city on Monday.

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RAMCO Ramco, November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

RAMCO Ratnco, November 30. A feature or tile evening m the In stitute in aid of the Red Cross Baby was a mock wedding; arranged by Mr. H. Rogers and Mrs. Ralph Perry. Those taking part were (p.11 charac ters were portrayed by the opposite sex). Mesdames R. Perry, J. Carter, A. Rogers, C. Wyld, R. Hunter, Misses M. Modistacli, S. I-,eak, G. Hunter. Messrs. R- JWodistach, E, jr^-ls, 'rT. Borroughs, S. Ha.lliday, V. TIartwig, G. Palmer, and M. Hedger. At the wedding breakfast, the cake—a pie melon—was cut by the bride and bride groom wtih a saw. For dancing music was supplied by Mrs. C. Perry and Mr. Maag. Takings were over £12.

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Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Roxy and Ozone Theatres Commencing at the Ozone Theatre tomorrow (Friday) for a three night season, is the much discussed drama, "Moontide" starring the new sensa tion Jean Gabin. Ida Lupino is co starred in this thrilling story of the water front. "Moontide" will also be screened at the Roxy Open Air Theatre on Saturday. The associate attraction at both theatres is the new thrilling- ndvonure of the popular Saint pictures, "The Saint Meets the Tiger". In this picthre Hugh Sinclaire gives a really fine performance. A. splen did newsreel session is an added at traction at both theatres. Reserva tions can be made at no extra cost at the Ozone Theatre Milk Bar or by phoning Kenmarlc 303. Next Tuesday, ' Wednesday and Thursday "A Gentleman after Dark" will head the Oaone programme. In this thriller Brian Donlevv, Miriam Hopkins and Preston Foster head an imposing fcast. The supporting film ''Born to Sin?" features Virginia Woid 'o- in M.G-M's merry musical comedy. Three of the latest ne...

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

THE METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE Wayville, S.A, HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS, B.Sc., DIP. ED. The Methodist Ladles'' College offers to Ita students the heat of in struction, comprehensive in range and permeated with Christian in fliipncesi. In the Boarding House every care is taken to make the life e£ the girls pleasant-and happy, and their health ia under the personar super vision of the' Medical Officer and the Matron^ Special attention Is given to Sports and Physical Training—each girl beiner encouraged to play cricket and tennis in summer, and hockey, basketball ,6r badminton In 'winter, A Prospectus will be sent on application to the Hon. Secretary, Mr. R. H. Cotton, 106 Currle Street, Adelaide. The first Term of 1943 will commence on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9. Early Application is Desirable,

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Rivoli Theatre, Berri "Strange Cargo," billed for the Itivoli Theatre, Berri, on Saturday, December 5, provides complete and thrilling de parture from traditional screen enter tainment. Clark Gable as a convict gives one of his outstanding perform ances. Joan Crawford plays the feminine lead. "West Point Widow" on the same programme presents Ann Shirley, opposite Richard Carlson,"in a rollicking comedy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

A scientist's words "The results of defective elimination are chronic and cumulative; they represent not an immediate disaster, hut a stoic fouling of the liv ing machine"— Thus a prominent scientist re fers to the effect of internal stagnation or auto-toxemia (self-poisoning); the cause of so many ills, from vague ill health to -chronic gout and rheumatism, yet so easily pre vented. There is a simple, recognised safeguard: the little pinch of Kruschen Salts, taken regu larly. Millions of people rely on it—Kruschen may be just the corrective your system needs. Take a pinch of Kruschen every morn ing in a large glass of hot water or a Cup of tea. 1/6 and 2/9 at chemists and Store! KRUSCHEN f he Tonic Salts ' !' - Keep .millions of people -fit..

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Dressmaking Display Aids Berri Patriotic Funds [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Dressmaking Display Aids Berri Patriotic Fumb Much interest was shown in a won derful display of work done by stu dents of Miss Li. Schulter's dress making classes last Friday in the Berri soldiers' rest room. The display. was in aid of patriotic funds, and the room was tastefully decorated with lovely flowers toy Mrs. E. G. Stolz and Mrs. W. joyner. The work was -of a very high standard and reflected great credit on the teacher and the students. Mrs. W. B. Pennyfield in congratu lating the teacher and students, ex plained that the classes were affiliated with the Gawler technical school and that Mrs. F. A. 'Simon, of Uenmark, was really responsible for letting the department know how necessary such classes were in the River towns, and thanks were due to her for agitating for tea oh ere to he sent. Small local committees control the business and financial part of the classes. The. Berri committee which was responsible for arranging- the display comprised: Mrs. A. W. Borchers (presid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Without Calomel—And You'll Jump out of Bed in the Morning Full of Vim. The liver should, pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your Dowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. Jt just decays in the bowels. Wind bloats up your stomach. You get constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you feel sour, tired ana weary and the world looks blue, * Laxatives are only makeshifts. A mere bowel movement doesn't get at the cause. It takes those good old Carter's Little Liver Pills to get those two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up." Harmless, -j gentle, yet amazing In making bile flow freely. 3 * Ask for CARTER'S Little Liver Pills by J same. Stubbornly refuse anything else, i /3 ^ DONALDSON & BURNS Dental Surgeons RENMARK Monday, Wednesday, Thursday —all day. Friday and Satur day—9 a.m. to 1 p.m. BERRI Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m Friday, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. BARMERA Tuesday, 1.30 to 5 p.m. (Council I'hambers) Adelaide Sport...

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS Sailor and Soldier Honoured At Loxton [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS Sailor and Soldier Honoured At Loxton Oh Friday evening in the Loxton Institute a social was tendered to Trooper Ian Hall, Driver Gift Proud and Cook Ralph Sharp. Mr, A. M. Hilbig (chairman) in welcoming the guests of honour Bald that although we were receiving good news from battle fronts and bad reason to feel optimistic, Mr. Churchill had remind ed as that we still had to be "all out" in our endeavours to overcome our enemies. Under no circumstances should we slacken our efforts and, men in all branches of the forces, were needed to Sil the gaps that the brave lads had unfortunately made in their various engagements. Mr. fiil big said in conclusion that the men being honoured that night took with them "our sincere wishes for your wel fare. •. . .'May yon come through the ordeal of war unscatched Mr Hilbig's remarks were supported by Mr. F. J, Petch (chairman of the Loxton District Council), the Rev. R. P. Woods (churches), and Mr. J. King don, who made t...

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