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THE CLUB MAIL BAG PENFRIEND IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942
I THE CLUB MAIL BAG PF.ViTO.TF.Vn TN EM6UNB Dear "Mopoke"— We bad a strawberry : fete for the Red Cro^s a Week Irom last Saturday. We raised over £13. In the Q'.C. I had three sums right- out of six. I did not get on too' weir with English, but I think I did fairly well with the ; other subjects. Ei$it la one' family here have the measles. All of us except mother had them about three or four years ago. My mother had' them before she came out from England. My cat, which had been missing for about three months, came home the other morning. I have a penfriend in England, from whom I have not heard .since early In the year. They have fin ished two one-million-gallon tanks on the pipeline. They have now started on the engine. The pipes, which are thirty inches > in diameter, are above the ground except at the roads and gates. I remain, your clubmate, Mt. Mary. LINDSAY CHARLES BETTISON (Measles must be prevalent in your dis trict Lindsay. When one member of a family contracts a complai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942
SHOWING AT BOTH THEATRES THIS FRI., SAT., MON, Matinee, Sat. 1-45 THIS- SATURDAY ONLY at 8.30 p.Wi. RESERVATIONS BOTH THEATRES PHONE 303 Plus: JAMES G-LEASOKT in Hal Roach Comedy "HAYFOOT" (G) WALT DISNEY CARTOON Nr.Gr.M-*» PASSING PARADE FOUR NEWS REELS ——OZONE —— NEXT, TUESi, WED., THilRS j. December '15th, 17th. LORETTA YOUNG f LEW AYKBS' in Comedy Adventure i it* KUdare Story "LA©-Y FROM CHEYENNE" f "MY LIFE IS YOURS" THREE SLPBNDtD NBWSKEELS Roxy Open Air Dance Every Wednesday, 8.30 THE OZONE THEATRE, RENMARK Celebrates its Second Birthday with "EAGLE SQUADRON" Next Fri., Sat., Mon., December 18th, 19th, 21st.
Cadell Red Cross Junior Contest [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942
Cadell Red Cross Junior Contest The final event for the Red Cross Junior Competition was held in the Cadell Institute. The winner of the competition was Beverley Coxall, for whose candidature £72/10/9 was raised. The runner-up was Janet Tiller, with the sum of £62/1/11. This candi &nbsp; date is the infant daughter of Ser &nbsp; geant Roy Tiller, who is now serving &nbsp; with the R.A.A.F. in the Middle East and was nominated by the Cadell Red &nbsp; &nbsp; Cross Younger Set. Other candidates 'were Josephine Dalzell (£.22/1/-), Heather Dunk (£18/6/3), and Patricia I Leaney (£14/11/2). Mrs. B. Hen derson, of Morgan, performed the I ceremony, and the president (Mrs. K. D. Mackintosh) congratulated all who had assisted in obtaining such good results. Net proceeds from door takings at the dance amounted to £10/18/-, thus giving the grand total of £201/13/6. * * * * Air waft man Roberts (R.A.A.F.) spent a recent week-end with his wife and farpily.—...
Bonney Theatre. Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
Bonnev Theatre. Barmera Saturday and Monday, December Iff and 21—TechnJcolour attraction, "Dive , Bomber", featuring Errol Fiynn and Fred MacMutray; plus selected fea turettes. Wednesday, December 28 "Son of Monte Crls'o" (I^ouia Haywood, Joan. Bennett);, plug selected short subjects,. Friday, December 25—"Ztefffetd Girl" ''James Stuart. Judy Garland, Hefly TJamarr, Lana Turner): a tnuelcaJ" presentation oomblnlnisr spectacular production numbers and magnificent seeta. and bringing together a galaxy of beautiful girls. Selected foaturette* , In support.
LYRUP Lyrup, December 15. COMFORTS FUND DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
LYRUP Lyrup, December 16. COMFORTS FUND DANCE On Saturday evening In the Lyrup Institute, the Lyrup Unit of the P.P. C.F. held its fortnightly danoe. Music was supplied' by Messre. Spencer and Henwood. Driver M." Tschirpig and Hiss Iris Brown were M.C.'s. The ladles of the committee served a ooffee and biscuits Bupper. Mrs. Brown wac ticket seller and Miss IriB Brown door keeper. The evening's takings am ounted to £4/10/-. Trooper Rollo Carter and Mrs. Car ter, accompanied by Miss Melva Pielke left for Adelaide last week.—Trooper L,. Wright and Mrs. Wright are spend ing a few days in Adelaide.—Private A. T. Pfeiffer i6 staying with his wife and family at Lyrup. —Miss Lorna Evans, of Murray Bridge, has been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. Pistoor.—Mr. B. Nolan la spending a few days in Lyrup.—Mrs. Norm Tschirpig is holidaying at Ta nunda and Adelaide.—Mrs. Perrln and Iari are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey at Murray Bridge.
School Concert at Morgan Morgan December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
School Concert at Morgan j Morgan- December 15. On Saturday evening a school con cert arranged by Miss J. Randell (in fant teacher) was held in the Morgan Institute. Proceeds amounted to approximately £25, Profits are to be devoted to S.P.F. and school funds. The opening • of- the evening's pro gramme was the Nativity play, the j rendering of which was excellent. Then ■followed two hours of singing, danc ing and dialogues, which were highly [appreciated by the large audience. I The standard of the entertainment reflected great credit on the teacher. A picture show, the operator being the head teacher (Mr. J. Norman) and dance followed. The Morgan Jazz Band supplied the music for the evening gratis. Mr. B. E. Davies was M.C. Drivers P. Williams and W. It. Hoffmann have returned to their units. —Mr. H. D. Bear, of Whyalla, is spending a week at Morgan.—A.C.I W. Brennan spent the week-end with his wife and children.—Mr. and Mrs. Gileen and daughter, of Cobdogla, spent the week end with...
PARUNA RED CROSS MEETING Paruna, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
PARUNA RED CftOSS MEETING Parana, December 15. j The monthly meeting ol the Paruna Red Cross Circle was held In the institute on December 11. Mrs. Thorpe presided. Books being, sold to aid blinded' soldiers were ordered by the members. Af ternoon tea hostesses- were Mrs. Reichstein, Mrs. i Patterson, and MIsh Amy Webb. The P.O.W. | trading table was in charge of Mrs. Eric Klineberg. j ♦ * * * WELFARE CLUB MEETING A meeting of the Faruna Infant Welfare Club was held la the Insti tute on December 4. The vice-presi dent (Mrs. C. ■©; Petch) presided. Mrs. Wareing's resignation as presi dent was accepted with regret. An appreciation of the splendid work done by Mra, Wareing was recorded in the minutes. The secretary reported satisfactory arrangements in the mat ter of gifts fi>r Break-up night. It was decided to have supper on that night, the ladies to be asked to pro vide a basket. The date had been altered to December 19th to avoid clashing with functions in nearby towns. Afternoon ...
Final "Triple B" Evening at Loxton Loxton. December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
Loxton. December IS. ' The final; session of the. "Triple B" Community einging: tor 1342 wsaa held: on Thursday evening, when an excellent programme was enjoyed by - the I large crowd .present. Mr. C. Webber was the! conductor for the community numbers and the j Rev. R. F. "Woods for the choir and carols. Mr. ] Wutke was the pianist for the community singing and Mrs. A. Smith was the accompanist for the choir- and solo items. The programme consisted of the following items, Mr. J. Parr (eolo), Mr. Brown (instrumental item), Margaret Chinner, Mar garet Waechter and Judith Pflaum (song and dance,, Pastor Backen (pianoforte solo), Mrs. G. Payne (solos), Miss N. Glatz/and tor Backen (piano duet), Mrs. W. Goodes (solo), Misses Evelyn and Lorraine Henschke, Messrs. Colin Henschke and ■ Evans (quartette), members of girls' club (ballet), ■ Miss. Lorraine Henschke (pianoforte solo), Mrs.' H. Bammann (solo), Mr. Kluge (instrumental solo). Miss B. Kleemann (piano solo), Mr. A. Smith op- ; erat...
Social to Airman and Sailor Cobdogla December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
Cobdogrla. December IB. On&lt; Konday evening: in the Institute at Cobdogla, a social was tendered Clyde Brand , (RJL ABV) and Allan Grose (R.A.N., of L«oveday)i There was a. large attendance. Mr. J. Cock in (chairman of the Cobdogla Sol diers' Social Committee), Mr. J. O'Neill Mr, W, D, "Woolford (president of the Barmera R.S.L. Sub-branch) were the speakers. Mrs. H. Stanford made the usual presentations. The guests responded1. "For they are jolly good fellows!' was sung. Music was sup plied by Messrs. J. Irving and Xiell ,man. Mr. M. Schell Was' M. C. The ladies of the. committee provided sup per. Pte. Murray H, Wlalsh CA.I.F.) re turned to camp on Friday, after spendi ing- leave with his parents-.—Miss Betty O'Neill Is spending the school vacation with her parents.—Mrs.. O. Karlbaum and small son- returned home during the week.—JTrs. Gammon sen. has, re turned. to Cobdogla. after an extended stay in Adelaide. A pleasant afternoon was spent at the home of Mrs. T. May and h...
PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS Brilliant Band Concert [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS Brilliant Band Concert On Monday- night the: S.A. Lines of Communication military band gave a brilliant concert on the Renmark Ro tunda gardens. The conductor was W.O, I Dave Hopkins, and the drum major J; Twyford; Ca. Renmark man). This, fine band haB its headquarters at Keswick and-is in the River dis tricts for six days. It will give a con cert at Barmera and. also Qlay at camps. The Mayor (Mr. S. A. 'James), in introducing Warrant Officer Hop kins, said he would be jvell remember ed as the adjudicator in a number . of band competitions at Renmark before tba w*ar. The Mayor wel* oomed him and his band to the *town. Many of the players are well known on concert platforms and. have, taken part in many band contests. Cpl. Robert Mite hell is deputy bandmas ter. He has a fine, record of service in the first world war in the 30th Battalion, At the conclusion of a Very fine, programme Mr. James arid Mr. R, P. Bennett (on behalf of the; R.S.L.) thanked, the ban...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
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Church Guilds Send Cheer To Soldiers Berri. December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
Church Guilds Send Cheer To Soldiers! i Bern. December 14. There was a good attendance at a meeting or the Berri Methodist Ladies' Guild on December 9. The president; (Mrs. E. R. Moss) presided. Mrs. W. M. C. Sytnonds gave an interesting talk. The guild has forwarded more than 30 canteen orders to young men of the church who are now in the services. A personal letter, from the circuit minister (Kev. G. S. AV'ellington) has ac companied each order. The Glossop and Monash Ladies' Guilds have also sent canteen orders to all service men connected with their churches, and they also have been accompanied by a letter from the minister. Several girls in the services have also heen remembered by the church and guild in the Kline manner. The guild will now go into re cess until next April. GIRL GUIDE BREAK-UP PARTY The Berri Girl Guide Hall was attractively dec orated for the Guide break-up party held on Friday evening, December 11. Mrs. C. O. Scott (presi dent) welcomed Commissioner Brugeaud...
MONASH SURPRISE PARTY TO DRESSMAKING TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
MONASH SURPRISE PARTY TO DRESSMAKING TEACHER Prior to the last dressmaking lesson for the year at the Monash Hall the teacher, Miss \j. Schluter was tendered a surprise luncheon parts', by the members of the class and three of the committee ladies, Mrs. F. H. Dver (president), Miss M. Jenlce (sec retary) and Mrs. TeJfer. The lun cheon consisted of poultry, ham, salads etc. The party was a complete sur prise to (he guest of honour and a very happy time was spent. Miss Schluter expects to resume the sew ing classes in February. SCHOOL PICNIC AT LAKE BONNEY The students of the Monash school, with the teachers Mr. Kuss and Miss Jenlce, and parents and friends journ eyed to Lake Bonney on Friday. De cember 11, for their annual picnic. The weather was ideal and a very hap py day was spent. A sports pro gramme was carried out and a bun I eating- competition caused much amusement. Swimming proved very popular. Ice cream *vas served, and luncheon and tea were enjoyed in the shelter shed. The...
Christmas Tree at Glossop [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
Christmas Tree at Glossop There was great excitement at the Gloss op Methodist Cliurch on Sat urday afternoon last, when a Christ mas tree arranged by the teachers of the kindergarten department. Misses Maureen Hubbard, Pat Gillespie and Pat Rofe, was held. Father Christ mas was present to bestow the gifts from the' tree to the tiny tots. They were also treated to cool drinlcs and ice cream. Miss Pat Rofe, elder daughter "of Mr. and Mrs. M. X- Rofe of Glos sop, who has been junior teacher at the Kingston School for the past twelve months, has received her call to the Teachers' Training College.—Miss Aud rey Dickenson, of Torrensviile, is the guest of Mr. and Mi's. L. Mander at Glossop.—Mrs, M- Waye and her two children have left for a holiday.—Mrs. Ted Wade has gone to the city for a week's holiday.-^ She was accompanied by Ken Smith, who' has gone .to; see his father, Private G. .G. Smith, be fore Jie leaves .for a battle station.—■ Mi's. ■ Habel, from Loxton, . and her infant daug...
River District L.W.C. Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
River District LW.C. Annual Meeting Owing' to petrol restrictions there had not been any meeting &lt;>i the Utwi District Infant Welfare As*:.tA\u-iiun •since the annual meeting in .Novi-iuni'i l'J41, until the evening of November 20, when delegates from the River di.s Uici.-i journeyed by bus to Cobdogla for this year's annual meeting. The main object of the meeting was to discuss the future of the association under present conditions. Clubs rep resented were: Renmark, Renmark West; Renmark North; at. Josephs, Berri, Berri Primary, Winkie, Glossop, Bai-mera, Moorook and Cobdogla. They were welcomed by Mr. O'Neil, head teacher of Cobdogla school, and the Association President (Mrs. "\V. B. Pennylield). A special welcome was extended to the Berri St. Joseph's Club, as this was its first meeting. In answering the roll call each sec retary gave a report of their year's activities, which revealed that splendid work had been accomplished. A re port from the Loxton Club, which ...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942
CRICKET Group H.Q. No. 1 187 (Wilkinson 34, Grove, 31, Millbanks 24, Kotaler 27, Booth 22, Jenkinson 20; Pitt 4/55, Har. rlngrton 2/53) b. Renmark 183 (Harring ton 39 n.o., Pitt 34, Marshall 31, Dyer 26, Ruediger 18; Millbanks 6/3G). THIS WEEKS GAMES—Barmera v. Group 1, Renmark V. Group II, Berri v. No. 10. Renmark Team (from)—Dyer, Mar shall, Pitt, Harrington, Seekamp, Rog ers, Nattrass, Laube, Tindall, Matu lick, Lindner, Dolan, Wood. PICNIC MATCH" Bookmark 135 (Marshall 26, Keast 25, Lindner 22; Els ton 3/28) b. Wool enook 103 (Cooke 49; K. Matulick 4/ff; G.. Norton 3/12).