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

KARRI A high-class medium priced hardwood snit •ble fox constructional and other purposes. LONQ LENGTHS AVAILABLE TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES of ray design ^r&dy to erect. Scad for plans and prices. GLOBE TIMBER mlVl£s M/VMh —4<y JttU hrUfUmtSmim

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lady Mawson's Congratulations [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Lady Mawson's i Congratulations ! On learning1 the result of the popular boy ' competition Lady Mawson (State president of the M.B.H.A.) wrote the Renmark president (Mrs. W. H. Eaton) as follows: "What a wonderful result for your boy competition; I congratu late you all. What workers "you are! > The country puts the ,town to shame; you spur us on. The effort is specially good after your very ~ big fled Cross effort. Please convey my warmest con gratulations to all the committee, on the really splendid result." i_ . : .. *

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES Foundation of all Soil Formation [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES | Foundation of all Soil Formation ( Walking briskly to keep tire-circulation going, along that man made structure between' Granite Island' and the main land at Victor Harbour with the wind howling a galer there was promise of a grarvd sight as the breakers lashed themselves over the breakwater. Coming on to the massive granite boulders huddled together, taking the full force of the Southern Ocean, the fury of the storm did- its best to break the asunder.. The' terrific fury of those mountain ous waves made a poor mortal .re alize the cruelty of an angry sea. How long the same waves have dashet^ themselves against the same rocks without effect no one knows, but the impressive sight of miles of gigantic breakers was one long to remember. Sitting in the sun on another oc casion with the sea as- peaceful as- a sleeping, babe, brought about a different frame of mind; for here was an object lesson on the foundation of all soil formation. Here &■ granite...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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£231 FROM M.B.H.A. POPULAR BOY COMPETITION SPLENDID RESPONSE TO APPEAL FOR DESERVING CAUSE Morris Bennett Wins from Raymond Wolter And Brian Morris [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

£231 FROM M.B.B.A. POPULAR BOY COMPETITION SPLENDID RESPONSE TO APPEAL FOR DESERVING CAUSE Morris Bennett Wins from Raymond Wolter And Brian Morris Results far in excess of the most sanguine hopes attended the efforts of the Renmark Branch of the Mothers and Babies Health Association in the popular boy competition conducted during recent weeks as a means of raising funds. When the contest was fin alized at a benefit picture night at the Ozone Theatre last Thurs day it was revealed that the sum of £231/18/4 had been raised. The competition was suggestion of Mrs. John. Harrington, and she attended all arrangements in connection with it. Progressive voting took place out side the theatre from 7 p.m. till 8.15, when the competition was term inated and results were announced from the stage shortly after interval. Morris Bennett, who in winning the competition posted the splendid figure of 18,820 votes (£78/8/3) is the son of Mr, and Mrs, R. P. Bennett, of Renmark North. Little Raymond Wo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Death LURICHT— On 4th December (a day jefoie her eightieth birthday) at her ate :esiience, Maria Louise, loving nothei- of Clara, mother-in-law of Har y, and )oving .grandmother of Paul (AMP), Raymond (AMF), Ruth and Io^cp. of Loxton.. A patient' 6UfIerer it rest. Died on Active Service TAYLOR— In loving memory of our Sear .brother Bob. Too far away your grave to 6ee So all our love we send to thee. In silence we will remember With loving pride and pain, So goodbye dearest Bob Until we meet again. —Sadly missed by Barbara and Jim. In Memoriam rVADE— In loving memory of our dear ittle grandson Denny. Passed away Dec. 11th, 1937. —Always remembered by Grandma and. jirandpn. .VADli—■ In loving memory of our dar ing son Denny, who passed, away Dec. llth, 1937. Not just today, but every day. In silence we remember, —Sadly missed by his loving Mummy. 3ad (AIF abroad) Warren and Judy. 1 — - 1 —• Return Thanks MRS. EILEEN MEYER wishes to THANK all kind friends for letters, lards and express...

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

IALAWOONA me. Jones, of Renmark. accompan ied Miss Jean Lunnay, of Adelaide, or a' vig.it to Miss Lunnay's parents.— Mrs Mudge and her son. Private Sludge, were passengers to Ren marl, last week.—Mr. and Mrs. Day, of Lam eron, paid a visit to their daughter, Mre. M. Smith.—Dvr. Pomery, ac companied by Driver Baxter, of Pin naroo, arrived by train on Saturday. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, H. Pomery.—Miss Joyce Pomery, of Ht. Barker, returned to her home for four days while Driver Lawrie Pomery was on leave—Mrs. Dalziel and two children returned from Ade laide last Friday. Mrs. Dalziel's husband is in the A.M.C. in Northern Australia. At present he is 011 sick list.—Mrs. John Bronner has been visiting- her father, Mr. H.- H. ICeal ley.—Mr. and Mrs. 'Watts and family have arrived to take up duties in Ala woona.—Guard Watts fills the vacancy caused by Guard Atherton's accident. —Mrs. Davis, accompanied b.v her four children has returned from Gawler. She is staying with Mr. and M...

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Loxton Cemetery Improvement Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Loxton Cemetery ~ Improvement Fund The following donations during 1942 to tlie Loxton Cemetery Improvement Fund are gratefully acknowledged by the joint treasurers (Messrs. M. R. Capson and H. A. Klingberg)—E. Hol litt 10/6; P. Halkett 5/-; Mrs. T. H. Northridge (third donation) 10/-; J. i Avory fl; Mrs. Isaac Edwards (second I donation) £1.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

twinge Dream But it brought home to Mr. X in a peculiar way the need for investing in the Austerity Loan. JUDGE: "Mr. X., you ore charged with not supporting the Austerity Loan In 1942. Anything to toy?" Mr. X.: "I—I had to keep ap with my friends, your Honour" JURY MAN: " end the book maker?" Mr. X.: "Bat I worked hard, your Worship" DIGGER IN AUDIENCE: "So did we work hard In the Owen Stan, leys. Lucky for you we didn't say we couldn't afford to go and fightl" JUDGE: "Mr. X., you are guilty of acting like an Ostrich in Aut' tralia's most critical hour." to A GOING 10 BONO TOVfiy Get it off your mind/ Invest today in AUSTERITY BONDS ★ £10 each and obtainable in multiples of £10. ★ 16-year Bonds earn 3i%. 5-year Bonds earn 2J%. ★ You can buy your Bonds by instalments If you wish. 10% down and the balance over 3 or 9 months. ★ When you buy a Bond outright or pay a deposit on one, interest starts on money paid from the date of lodgment. ★ Bonds are realizable In case of need. ★ Bonds ...

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Alawoona Strawberry Fete [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Alawoona Strawberry Fete The annual strawberry £ete of the Institute Committee assisted by the Patriotic Committee, was held in the Institute. 'Approximately 200 people were present. The total takings am ounted to f42/9/8; net profits being £29/17/4. This was distributed equally between the Institute Commit tee and local patriotic funds. Com petitions were won by Messrs. Alcock, Payne and Everett. Much credit is due to Mr. and Mrs. Howard (sec retary of the Patriotic Cii'cle and In stitute respectively). There is a prevalence of measles in the district, aged persons as well as young developing the complaint.

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PHOTOGRAPH OF CHURCH DONOR UNVEILED Great Grand-daughter Christened on Same Occasion P.S.A. at Wilkinson Memorial Congregational Church [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

PHOTOGRAPH OF CHURCH DONOR UNVEILED Great Grand-daughter Christened on Same Occasion P.S.A. at Wilkinson Memorial Congregational Church At a pleasant Sunday afternoon in the Wilkinson Memorial Con gregational Church last Sunday, a photograph of the donor of the church, the late James Wilkinson, ■was unveiled by his son Mr. Arthur Wilkinson, of "Murtho Park." On the same occasion, J ocelyn Mary Wilkinson, great grand-daughter of the donor, and daughter of Cr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilkinson, was christened by the pastor (the Rev. L. 6. Kay). The Mayor (Mr. S. A. James) pre sided, and an excellent musical pro gramme was presented. In asking Mi*. Wilkinson to unveil the photo, Mr. James said that in these days we were inclined to take things for gran ted, but the life of the late Mr. Wilk inson could Jie taken as an object lesson: he had looked to the future, and in his gift of the funds for the erection of this church he had let us of today know what his thoughts had been, and the gesture was ...

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This Week's Problem JUMBLED JEWELS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

This Week's Problem JUMBLED JEWELS 1" Loap; 2 Ynbu; 3 Hiperpas; 4 Read em; 5 Midoadn; 6 Eaatg; 7 Sarepl; 8 Ejd.v. 9 Paresj; 10 Tej. —Isobel Wood, Eenmark.

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RAMCO £20 For War Funds Ramco, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

RAMCO £20 For War Funds Ramco, December 7 On Wednetedajy afternoon in tlie Ramco Institute .the Red Cross Circle and Comforts Fund combined to hold their last meeting of the year. There was a good attendance,1 quite a num ber of visitors being down from Waikerie. " Songs were given by Mrs. R, Coats, Mrs. Trebileock and Miss G. Hunter, and recitations by Mrs. R. Perry and Mrs. Horner. Miss Hopkins was pianist. A quiz compe tition was won by Mrs. W. Green'. Mrs. Jemison on behalf' of the tw" bodies thanked the performers. Good business was done on the trading table and afternoon tea was served. The whole afternoon was very successful the takings for war funds amounting: to £20. CHURCH FAREWELL . On Thursday evening the Method ist Church held a social evening in the Institute. Tbe Rev. H. Horner told the gathering they were saying goodbye to two church families and workers ■who were leaving Raraco to reside in Wlafkerie, Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith. The former h...

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

SAVE MONEY By purchasing your Meat from RENMARK BUTCHERY * BAKERY GO ITI) Telephone Renmark 8 and 14. •WHERE KEEN BUYERS -MEAT* SATURDAY December 12 SATURDAY December 12 ERROL FLYNN, FRED MacMURRAY in "DIVE BOMBER" (technicolour) PLUS SELECTED FEA.TURETTES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 (School Benefit) ? LOUIS HAYWOOD, JOAN BENNETT in "SON OF MONTE CRISTO" PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES SATURDAY December 12 MONDAY December 14 CLARK GABLE and JOAN CRAWFORD in "STRANGE CARGO" ANN SHIRLEY and RICHARD CARLSO>4 ir "WEST POINT WIDOW" WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16 +—:— CLIVE BROOK, DIANA WYNYARD in "FREEDOM RADIO" JOHN HOWARD* MARGARET LINDSAY In "TRAGEDY AT MIDNIGHT"

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Driver Wilfred Wright Honoured at Winkie Winkie, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Driver Wilfred Wright Honoured at Winkie Winkie, December 7. 'A fair attendance of friends gathered at the Winkie institute last Tuesday evening to honour Driver Wilfred Wright who was on leave. The even ing was spent in dancing, with Mr J. C. Gardiner as M.C. Supper was served. by the committee of ladies, after which Mr. Gardiner expressed the good wishes and esteem of those present to Driver Wright and asked him to accept the gift of a wallet from the people of Winkie. The local Comforts Fund also presented the guest with a pair of socks, with the best wishes of the members. On behalf of the Winkie sub-branch of the R.S.L. Mr. 3i. Dalzie] (president) wished Driver Wright all the best and a safe return. "Auld Lang Syne" and the National Anthem brought a pleasant evening to a close. Mr. W. H. Swinstead has been vis iting the city Mrs. Hall, of Gawler, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lush.— Mr. Don Cooper, of Wedge Island, paid a visit to his wife and baby son o'ver the week-end. He ...

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Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Roxy and Ozone Theatres Thrilling* action-packed outdoor ad venture will form the major part of this coming week-end'-S entertainment at the Ozone and Boxy Theatres, Ren mark. Robert Taylor will be seen in the technicolour production, "Billy The Kid"; Brian Donlevy and Ian Hun ter are also featured in the cast. The associate attraction "Hayfoot" pre sents James Gleason and "William Tracy in a side-splitting comedy by Hal Roach. A Walt Disney Cartoon, an M.G.M. Passing Parade and four of the latest newsreels complete the programme. , Next Tuesday, Wednesday < and Thursday Loretta Young will be seen In the absorbing drama "A Lady from Cheyenne", in association with a new Dr. Kildare picture ."My Life is yours." Lew Ayres and Lionel Bar rymore are featured. Three topline newsreels- complete tbe programme. Reservations for a full week in advance can be made by ringing Renmark 303. On each Wednesday evening the Roxy Open. Air Dance will be conducted, with Jack Irving's orchest...

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

WANTED TO SELL ptORN OtyjSHFlR. "Smith." good, condition Berrl Supply stores. TOB SALE— Two wheel JInter, fitted JC with, practically new tyres and tubes,, size 30 x. 31, Ideal for fruit grower, price £12/10/-. Imperial McDonald super dlesel engine 3-4 h.p., in order ready for work. Price'"£35. Sunshine McKay manure ejwf-r, a gift £3/10/-. Apply R. O. Fox, Barmeru. LINEN PRESS, In light or dark oak, four shelves, £7/10/-. Hoopers Furnishing Arcade, Renmark, Phone 67. "XOTTTERS STOVE No. 1, new — Bevri Supply Stores. McCARTHUR MOTOR WRECKING, 12 West Terrace. Adelaide. Stock new and used motor parts, accessories, tyres batteries, etc., for all makes and models Also engines for boats or stationary work, axles, wheels and springs for trailers, linkers, etc., cheap. Phone 06884 (two lines). Box 18a, G.P.O., Adelaide. Call or write for quotes. Prompt attention. SHEEP FEEDER, "Fagan" automatic, new condition. Berrl Supply Stores. XTTjANTED TO SELL— Good moquette VV suite £20. Paticulars p...

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Soldier Honoured at Glossop Dance Glossop, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Soldier Honoured at GIossop Dance Glossop, December 7. Members of the GIossop Comforts 1 Fund unit were responsible for the I arrangements of the very successful ] and happy dance held in the GIossop hall last Thursday, when Dvr. Harry Wade was honoured. The music was j supplied by Mr. Ted Thomas's or- i chestra, and Mr. Y. Shepherd was M.C. Competitions for both old and new style dances were held and these were judged by Mr. G. Schuttoloffel. Prizes were donated by the Myer Em porium of Adelaide and Mr. Schuttol offel (2). Cool drinks were served by members of the unit, and sweets made by Mesdames Searle and Mackie were 'also sold. In honouring- Dvr. Wade speeches were made by Messrs. V. Shepherd and E. W.a Taylor. Mrs. J. R. Gray, on behalf of the local Comforts Fund, presented Dvr. Wade, with a pair of socks with good wishes. A wallet was presented on behalf of the social committee. Supper was served by the Comforts Fund Indies. The sum of £13/7/- was realized, and goes to the Fi...

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DENMARK TOUCH GROUP Annual Meeting Held [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

DENMARK T GROUP Annual Meeting Held The annual meetiig of the Ren mark Toe H Group^syas held at the Den last Wednesday; evening. Officers elected were: Chairman, Mr. J. Hookings; vice-chairman, Mr. S. E. Jiickson; pilot, Mr. L. A. Stoeckel; secretary and treasurer, Mr. L. Lell mann; assistant secretary, Mr. H. A. Fisher; padre Rev. F. V. Hansen; job master, Mr. A. O. NiclcoJai. It was reported that during the ;>ast twelve months £40 had been raised for charities. The retiring officers were thanked for the excellent service they hed rendered particular mention being made of the chairman (Mr. Jack son) and the secretary (Mr. Hook ings) . A first aid class had been conducted by Mr. Nlckolai and six members sat for the exam on the evening following the meeting. Three new member)? were initiated at the meeting.

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Odd Clumn PERSPIRATION AND INSPIRATION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

I Odd golumn ii Conducted oy "GLEANER" PERSPIRATION AND INSPIRATION When moving a vote of thanks t.o Mr. A. G. Strickland following his address at the evening session of the Berri Experimental Orchard Field Day, Mr W. M. O. Symonds (head master of the Glossop High School) said that when he had heard the chief horticulturist say that he had received a little jolt concerning a problem that was before him, he was reminded of a remark which Profes sor Prescott had made when he vis ited the high school. It was that the work of the agricultural scientist was "98 per cent perspiration and 2 per cent inspiration-" A SCHOOLBOY'S TRIBUTE Mr. Symonds also raised a laugh by quoting a schoolboy's "tribute" to the Berri Experimental Orchard manager (Mr. O. E. Halliday), whom the speaker included in his vote of thanks. He had brought about 60 of his high school boys along to the orchard, and after overhearing the remark of one of the boys to another, he felt that Mr. Halliday had got the right ide...

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

L'n&£l«>|g#Personal Problems! " All I IN THE WRONG JOB I CAN t GET A BETTER ONE f HOW CAN I EARN PROMOTION f A VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE CHART WILL HELP YOU I Apply I.C.S., (V.G. Dept.) BOX 4198, O.P.O.i SYDNtY Mb STATE EXPRESS mumyspieadel This must be EVERYBODY'S Loan— Buy Austerity Loan Bonds. IIB0MI.41

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