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Matinee for Pensioners [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

' Matinee for Pensioners Speaking at the Old Aee and . Invalid Pensioners' Christmas social on Tuesday, the manager of the Ozone Theatre . (Mr. R. G. Tuohy) stated that he would like to have them along again soon as guests at a screening in the theatre This has now been arranged for Tuesd'ay, December 22 OpenBion day): All members will be wel comed. Afternoon tea will be pro vided, .and there will be a "quiz" | competition. I * 4

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Died on Active Service [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Died on Active Service TAYLOR. — A tribute of honour to our dear brother, Pte. R. p. Taylor (Bob), killed iu action in Egypt. Nov 1st, 1942. Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends —Sadly missed by his brother Darkle sister-in-law Hilda, and little niece Myrna.

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Pensioners Christmas Social [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Pensioners Christmas Social Old age and invalid pensioners num bering over 00 enjoyed a happy re union ut the Christmas social con ducted by the lienmark branch of the association in the Sfi:-,-'' Ion Army Young People's Hall at midday on Tuesday. Together with the Mayor and Mayoress (Mr. and Mrs. S. A. James), ministers of the various churches and other citizens, who were present as special guests, they sat down to a most appetizing luncheon which had been prepared by members and was served by a band of relatives and friends. After the National Anthem had been sung by the assemblage and grace offered by the Rev. C, Gray, the president (Mr. Smith) extended a welcome to all and in referring to the visitors specially voiced his pleasure at having Matron Craig, of the hos pital as their g-uest. He then in vited Brother T. Edmunds, their oldest member, to cut the birthday cake. The cake, which was a fine one, had been made by his (the speaker's) daughter, Mrs. Pellew, of St. Peter's, an...

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TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION Pte. Wescombe Tells of Experiences [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

i TWICE WOUNDED IN ACTION | Pie. Wescombe Tells | of Experiences : SX2U32 Private R. A. Wescombe, son ui' Mrs. S. ]£. Wescombe, has been wounded twice while serving in the Miii«:e J3ast, Syria, and New Guinea with the A.1.F*. He left for overseas in November 3 940 unci was in Tobruk during' the heavy lighting- when the British and Australian troops held that now epic base on ■ the Mediterranean i coastline. Telling the story of what j the troops had to go through with little .fjood water and on iron rations I he said, "We had plenty of risky pat rol work by night, and on one of these patrols 7 got knocked. It was a night patrol. We started out under a Lieu tenant. whose name I cannot recall but our sergeant was named Scott. We left the forward lines at about 11. There were ten of us. By. about 2 in the morning we were about 700 yards clear of the perimeter. Sud denly German shells came over. It was accurate fire; a shell burst not more than 20 yards from me. A few of the patrol were...

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, December 21—0100 hrs., J. Rohde; 0400, B. Hilt; 0700, W. Wil liams and L< Woods; 1000, H. Evans; 1300 Miss M. Whillas; 1600, K. Rit chie; 1900, Mrs. R. Jacka, Mrs. D. Brooksopp; 2200,'-R. Hameister. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., D. Schubert; 0400, G. Donaldson'; 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, Mrs. Is. Brine; 1300, Miss H. M. Hatton; 1600, C. Rendell; 1900, Miss B. Olorenshaw; 2200, L. Lellman. W-EDNESDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Sim mons; 0400, -R. Jones; 0700, W. Burns; 1000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Mrs. G, Hamis terj 1000, Misses K. Coombs, H. Mar ion; 1900, Miss N. Richter; 2200, L. Haynes. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., F. Cocking ton; 0400, G. Ward; 0700, E. Jenk ins;- 1000, Mrs. J. Price; 1300, Mrs. E. Matullck; 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900 Mrs. R. Swan'; 2200, A. Jones. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., C. Wood; 0400, K. Weidenhofer; 0700, W. Williams, Li. Woods; 1000, Mrs. d; Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Miss J. Olorenshaw; 1600, Miss M. Prance; 1900, C. Hill; 2200, C. Freeman. SATURDAY, 0100 hrs.,...

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WAR CASUALTIES Reported Missing [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

WAR CASUALTIES Flight Sert. R. K. R. Dunning, who js reported missing as the result of air operatioiis, was torn at Ramco on OctoMer 15,- 19)6. He is the younger sop. of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. J. Dunning of K.inico. When ] 2 years of age he won sin exhibition in connection with the Q.C. and continued his stud ies at the Unley Higli School. From this school he pas sed his Intermed iate and several subjects in the Leaving examina tions. After leav ing school he en tered the Waikerie Branch of the State Bank and served at this of fice for about three years when he was F./Sgt. Dunning transferred to ICimba. . It was from this branch th;it after two years' service he enlisted in the R.A.A.F. His initial training was done in Tasmania, and he won his wing's at a Victorian training station. Later he was posted to W.A. where he was engaged in convoy and reconnaissance duties. After about 8 months he was posted for training in a special course but before the course was com pleted the Japanese cam...

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"TOBRUK RAT'S" STORY Dvr. Doug. Malcolm Relates Experiences [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

"TGBRUK RAT'S" STORY Dvr. 'Doug. Malcolm Relates Experiences Driver Douglas Malcolm, third son i of Mr. and Mrs. J. Malcolm, who have been settlers here since 1887, arrived b%<yf home after two and a half years away with the A.I.F. recently He was in Tobruk for five months and then, full of desert sand, had to go to hospital for some months. He con tacted a number of Renmarlc soldiers including Roger Jacka and Tom Love, day,, both pals of his. In the re tirement from Bardia, Malcolm was one of a lone Brigade who held the fort at Tobruk against great Nazi -odds. They fought alone until reinforcements ar rived. They were bombed by day and night • from.. every point of the perimeter roughly formed by these, Australians. "I was a driver" he said, "but when we found ourselves in Tobruk we were alone. We had no trucks, so of course I joined those in the front line. We had to flght hard but some how we held the Germans off. We> had to retreat from Bardia and I *hall never for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

CHURCH NOTICES Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyterian Church Associated) SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. L. G. Kay SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES . Christmas Hymns. Anthems. CHRISTMAS DAY — 10 a.m., Unitec service. Preacher, Rev. P. V. Hansen, Communion to follow. Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 CHRISTMAS SUNDAY Renmark — Rev. F. V, Hansen. — 11 a.m.—Children's Christmas Service. Items by Children's Choir. 7 p.m.—"The Song of Angels." Christ mas hymns and carols. Renmark North — No Service. United Ev. Lutheran Lyrup — 10.30,. Preaching. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 CHRISTMAS EVE, DEC. 24 Berrl — 8 p.m., Children's Christmas Service. Renmark — 8 p.m., children's Chttstmaa Service. CHRISTMAS DAY, DEC. 25 Berri — 10 a.m„ Preaching. Renmark 2.30 p.m„ Preaching. Bambill — 8 p.m.. Preaching. E. G. Stolz, Pastor. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 Renmark — 7 p.m.—Reading Service. Berrl — 10.30 a.m.—Preaching Service. Cobdogla — 7 p.m.—Christmas Service. WEDNESDAY, DEC...

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MARCH PAST FOLLOWED BY CHURCH PARADE A.T.C. Certificates Presented at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

MARCH PAST FOLLOWED BY CHURCH PARADE A.T.C. Certificates Presented at Renmark Proficiency certificates were pre sented to four members of ..the Renmark Flight of the Air Train ing Corps by Lieut.-Col. E T Dean at tk« Renmark Showgrounds last Sunday afternoon. Prior to the ceremony a march of the A.T.C. Home Guard and Red Cross Aids took place, and later a church par ade was conducted by Padre Phillip Smith. Falling- in at the hotel and headed by the 25th Garrison Band the parade moved in unison along Murray and Ral Ral Avenues and out to the oval where Col. Dean took the salute. Townsfolk turned out well to witness the march. The Red Cross Aids falling in on the oval. - The band was under Bandmaster R G. Dunkley with Drum-major L. G. Vivian lead ing; their strength was 24. Flight Lieut. S. A. James was O-C. He and Plight-Lieut. E. H. ICernot led detachments of the Renmark and Bar mera AT.C.'s. Sergeant W. F. H. Edmonds commands the Renmark Home Guard, and they were led by Sergt. W. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

i Return Thanks I MR. C. ST. CLAIR and Family wish tol sincerely THANK all kind friends and re latives for cards, floral tributes, letters,! telegrams, and personal expressions of sympathy in tlielr recent sad bereavement. |

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THE WONDROUS GIFT SPECIAL CHRISTMAS ARTICLE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

THE WONDROUS i GIFT By the Rev. Christopher Gray SPECIAL CHRISTMAS ARTICLE Nearly 2,000 years ago a child was born In an obscure village at the Eas tern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It created no stir. It is to be doubt ed whether even the villagers of the region where He lay knew that any thing out of the ordinary had hap pened. And yet, that babe brought something into the world, so great that in less than two score years even the Roman Empire was aware o£ it. It j was the knowledge artd love of God i summed up in Jesus' life and teach ing that had their small beginnings 1 there in Bethlehem. | St. Luke's Story of First ' Christmas The story of the first Christmas Is jtold to us very simply by St. I/Uke: "And Joseph went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem. . . .to be taxed i with Mary his espoused wife, %being great with child. And so it was, that, whiJe they were there, the days were accomplished that she ...

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RENHARK FRUITGOWERS ANNUAL MEETING Prizes for Best Fruit Delivered [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

RENHARK FRUITGOWERS ANNUAL MEETING Prizes for Best Fruit Delivered The annual meeting of the Eenmark Fruit Growers Co-operated Ltd. was held in the Renmark Institute on Fri day, December 11. • The chairman (Mr. H. D. Howie) presided and said that although there was a good crop of vine fruits last season, above the average, the harvesting operations were interrupted during the last week in April when the weather broke and the continued bad weather necessita ted a fair quantity being dehydrated. About eighty per cent of the fruit was harvested when the break occurred and this fruit was of good quality. The actual loss of fruit through wet weath- i er was small, but the dehydration caused a lowering in grade. The light crop of. citrus fruits was to a great extent compensated for by a better price tor the fruit marketed-. At one time, a good deal of confusion was caused by the Commonwealth Government's demand for citrus for jams and juices. In the next season j citrus growers should be ...

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THRIFT WORK AT BERRI [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

THRIFT WORK AT BERRI Good work is still being done by a faithful few at the Berri Thrift Depot. To cope with the packing and sorting of recent weeks the volunteers have been going to the depot each week, instead of fortnightly. Reports from the Girl Guide Thrift Depot in Ade laide whej-© all the waste is sent to be sold, reveal that last month the wonderful sum of £1,382 was raised. As well as the usual paper, cardboard, rags, etc., old buttons are now very valuable, and hats and frocks are remodelled, and sold in a thrift shop in Rundle Street without coupons, and are bringing in large sums. Bottle tops are now needed and waste of any kind. Several of the regular help ers in the town hope to be able to carry on the good work, while those from the settlement are busy with the harvesting, and would be grateful for any assistance that can be given them | in this worth-while work.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE Without Calomel—And Yoa'B Jump pat of Bed in the Morning Full of Vim. The liver should pour out two pounds of liquid bile Into your bowels daily. Iftjiis bilfi is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels. 'Wind bloats up your stomach. ■ You get constipated. Your whole, system is poisoned and you feci sour, tired and weary and the world looks blue. 9 Laxatives are only makeshifts, A were bowel movement doesn't get at the cause, it takes those good old Cartel Little liver Pills . to get those two pounds of bile flowing freely aua make you feel "up and up." Harmless, j eontle, yet amazing in making bile flow freely. I •Ask for CARTKK'ft Little Liver Pills by' name. Stubbornly refuse anything else, 1/3 fiiiiiiimiuiiniii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Health Bread Iks iBgiwUanta ■ contain 2.7% HMpbtN, This broad to aatwi mmd nriniwilri kjr Um midtoil »iWmlwL It I* ■ toate Try * M. E. B. CHAPMAN & CO. Q*alltjr Mn * . Pkm M> frAii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

JOINT FUNS HE WITT'S pius ;give LASTING RELIEF.' You can put an end to joint pains -it jrou cleanse and strengthen your kidneys so that they can clear from your system excess uric acid poisons and other im purities. Let De Witt's Pills wake sluggish kidneys to action NOW, help -them to filter out the poisons and then watch those joint pains disappear, Mrs. R. R. W. writes" I * was ■troubled for about 10 years with fains in my Joints and backache. / suffered badly. A friend advised De Witts.Pills, and after taking only .20 of them I noticed improvement. Two bottles ended my trouble" De Witt's Pills are ready to give yon quick relief. Within 24 hours of the first dose you have proof.of their 'good "work, and in a few days your kidneys are helped back to healthy .activity. Give De Witt's Pills a fair trial and that quick relief will become • lasting benefit—pains will disappear. .For Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, .'Sciatica, joint Pains and all forms of 3Kidney Trouble. Of all chemist...

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DEVLIN'S POUND Devlin's Pound, Dec. 14. WEDDING RECEPTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

DEVLIN'S POUND Devlin's Pound, Dec. 14. WEDDING RECEPTION A reception was held in the hall oh Saturday evening after the wed ding o£ Miss Ethel Glassenbury to Mr. Ben Groecke of Nott's Well, which ceremony was performed at the Bar mera Church of England in the af ternoon. The bride who looked charm ing in her white lace wedding gown, with Jong- tulie veil with coronet of orange blossom was attended by Miss Groeke, whose frock was of white silk. The bridegroom's cousin was best. man. The evening was spent in dancing to music supplied by Messrs; Crill and Neindorf. Mr. and Mrs. Groeke will reside at Nott's Well. Visiting Day was observed at the Devlin's Pound school on December 4. Parents attended to inspect the chil dren's work and the usual half holi day was • observed. A kitchen evening was tendered Miss Ethel Glassenbury, prior to her mar riage to Mr. Ben Groeke. Mr. A. G. Robertson on behalf of Miss Glassenbury's friends wished her hap piness in "her future life. Messrs. Lange an...

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WINKTE Winkle, December 14. GIRL GUIDE AND BROWNIE BREAK-UP PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

WINKTE Winkle, December 14. GIRL GUIDE AND BROWNIE BREAK-UP PARTY The president of the "Winkle Girl Guide Local Association (Mrs. S. Femee) extended a cordial welcome to the Commissioner (Madame L. L. Brugeaud) and those present at the party held In the Winkle Institute to celebrate the break-up of the Winkle Brownies and Guides. The commis sioner thanked Mrs. Fernee for her welcome and addressed the girls. Stars and badges were presented to the Brownies, and service stars were also presented to Capt. G. Curren and Lieut. J. Mules. Christmas gifts which .had been made by the- children them; selves were presented to each mother, and in return the committee presented each guide and brownie with two war savings stanms In a folder as a Christmas gift. The commissioner and the two examiners, Mesdames G. Bulpitt and M. Lawrence, were pre sented with handkerchiefs from the companies. During the year, knitted woollen squares have been made by the chil dren ai\d these have been made into a q...

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PATA Pata, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

PATA Pata, December 16. The annual school children's break-up party and Christmas tree, organized by the Pata Infant Welfare Club, was held in the Institute on December 12. Vocal items were rendered by the children. Father Christmas distributed gifts, sweets and tickets for free ice cream. An apron competition, or ganized by Mrs. M. L. Shannon> re alized £4/1/1. A "waist-line" com petition was won by Mjr. Bill West brook and Miss Evelyn Henechke. Stall conveners were: Strawberry, Mrs. A. H. Beer; ice cream, R. W. May; cool drink, V, O. Hollitt.' The latter part of the evening- was spent in danc ing, -music being: supplied by Mrs. R. W. May and Mrs. h. R. Christie. Mr. E. L. Crowe (head teacher) was M.C. Total takings for the evening were £10/16/6. Mrs. Ken Tilbrook, of Tailem Bend, accompanied by Mrs. A. Eldridge and sons Bill and John, is spending a week's holiday at Pata.—Miss Valda Kaesler, of I.oxton, has been the guest of Misses Muriel and Beryl Payne, of the staff of the De...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

RECENT WEDDINGS ROP-ERTS—SCHULZ At the Lutheran Church, Renmark, -on October 24 the marriage was cele brated of Laurel, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J". G-. Schttlz, of Ren mark, and Cpl. Kelvin Roberts, young est son of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of My lor. The Rev. Stolz officiated. The bride, who entered the cliurch "With her father, looked charming in a gown of organdie over taffeta, made with fitting- bodice, heart-shaped neck line, and short puff sleeves. The skirt was panelled and merged into a long- train. Long lace mittens -were worn. The . silk embroidered tulle veil was . held ill place, with a topknot of white flowers and orange ■blossom. She carried a sheaf of white roses.and fern. The bride was attended by Mrs.: E. Riedcl (matron of honour), wearing apricot Needlerun 'ace over taffeta. As the couple left the church, a lucky horseshoe was hung on the bride's arm toy little Lorraine Thomas (nioco • >-.f the Untie) . 'About 50 w: :v enter'ained in St. Augustine's 1-Tn....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

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