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BERRI AIR OBSERVATION POST [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

IBERRI AIR OBSERVATION POST A roster has been prepared by the chief Observer at Berri (Mr. F. H. Wack) and copies are on view at the following premises: Observation Post, Wack Bros., Eudunda Farmers Co op. Ltd.; H. M. Harrison. Observ ers are asked to ascertain when it is their watch, and if unable to be on duty at the time set out to make early arrangements for a substitute.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

OIHV THE GO IDTO PflLDIOLlUE 'J7 O modern women Palmolive brings the costliest oil blend that is the ancient beauty secret of history's love liest ladies. This skilful blend of the finest olive and palm oils gives Palmolive its true, green colour. Palmolive cleanses swiftly' and thor oughly, giving the skin a gentle oil massage which keeps it petal smooth. 8/162 to GIUE VOU aii ouer loueuness! LOOK FOR THE NATURAL OLIVE 07L COLOUR

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AMERICAN AFTERNOON FOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

AMERICAN AFTERNOON FOR RED CROSS On Saturday, November 7, an Am erican afternoon is to be held at the home of Mrs. H. R. Haselgrove, Ren marlc. Bridge tables may be booked with Mrs. F. A Simon or Mrs. Hasel grove.

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RECENT WEDDINGS Hameister—Cramp [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RECENT WEDDINGS Hameister—Cramp At the Wilkinson Memorial Congre-. gational Church, Kenmark, on Wednes day, October 14, the marriage was celebrated pf jjettie H., youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W, J. Cramp, of "Coorack", Benmark, and Robert B., only son of Mr. and Mrs. >A, H. Hamelster, of Loxton. The Rev. Xi. <J. Kay officiated. The bride, who entered the church with Mr. W. T. Marcus, looked charm ing in a gown of ChantiUe lace over satin, made with high neckline, long sleeves and very full skirt merging into a long train. The silk embroid ered tulle veil was held in place with a cluster of white roses. She car ried a bouquet of white roses and watsonia and wore a string of pearls, a gift of her late father. The bride was attended by Miss Fay Hameister (sister of the bride* groom) wearing blue silk net, embos sed in pink, over blue taffeta and a shoulder length veil of blue tulle with a halo of pink camelias. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. h. A. Traege...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

LITTLE EYES DRNCE —Wifli dclijht andl tltti* bilatu Hirill witk pl«a- ♦ « »«r« wkwrtM BIRTH DAY CAKEmmiw {mm E. B. CHAPMAN if CO. QaaStr BJwi A Fastrrcookm. Phoma M. RENMARK. "I SAW IT HAPPEN" BE SURE TO LISTEN TO THE SPECIAL BROADCAST THIS WEEK < A PEPSODENTTOOTH PASTE BROADCAST g ■■ Mumm■■■ i —i—■— " w—> WOODLANDS Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glenelg S.A. A Boarding and Day School under the control of a Diocesan Council. A sound «Jid practical eduoatlon ts given toy fatehiy Qualified teachers. Special attention to Homecraft. The School Is situated by the sea In spacious grounds, contain ing hockey field, basketball courts, and nine tennis courts. Prospectus may be obtained from:— The Headmistress, MISS Q. If. MHiLINGTON", M.A*, Woodlands, Glenelg, X 2126. The Bursar, p. H. ANDREWS, Parlp^a Building, 16 Hlndley Street, Adelaide, C. 4001.

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YoungFolk'sSection Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

YouneFolk'sSection I ENTERED PUP AT PET SHOW I Dear "Mopoke"— On the sixteenth oCj this month we held a pet show- at our i school. I entered a coEle- pup but E was: beaten fey Margory Hals who hod two> Pekingese pups. I am a member of the Cubs and have two stars and a badge, i My teacher, Mrs, Warren, has1 been 111 and Kiss Sehlueter has been taking' us., We had a Sunday school picnic on Bight hours day. I won sixpence halfpenny at. I the races. My Grandma Is coming home I on Sunday. Tour Interested duibmate i Renmarh. btt.t.t PBSCEI (You and your sister mutt be fast run ners. Billy. Cheerio. —"Mopoke".) A MEMBER OF THE BROWNIES Dear "Mopoke"— On. October 12 we held a Sunday School picnic. We had it at the oval. I won elgjit pence in the races. I am a member of the Brownies. Our p&cls-leader, iJean Dalton, has flown .up to Guides. We >>rfd a net show at our school odj the 16th of Octooer. X entered a Cocker Spahlal and a floral mat. I be long to the Community Slngl-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

SATURDAY November 7 SATURDAY November 7 LEW AYRES and LIONEL BARRYMORE in Dr. KILDARE'S CRISIS" > WILLIAM LUMD1GAN and SHIRLEY ROSS in BAILORS ON LEAVE" SATURDAY November 7 mussm MONDAY November 9 RAY MILLAND and CLAUDETTE COLBERT in "SKYLARK" LYNN BARI and NILS ASTER in "NIGHT BEFORE DIVORCE" —:— News WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER lift KAREN VERNE and GEOFFERY LYNN in "UNDERGROUND WALLACE BEERY and LARAINE DAY in "BAD HAN"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RABBIT AND FOX SKINS AJso WATER RAT . KANGAROO ANO SHEEP SK1N& • HORSEHAIR HIDES - TALLOW. ETC. RaU to Mile Hind or Carrier to our Store Prompt Caifi. No Commission* CAIN IT JACOB 187-9 Waymouth Street, ADELAIDE r Important Announcement E. W. SCHICK 'Phone: IS — LOXTON Appointed Local Distributing Agent far VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd, Marketers vrf MobtloiL, Mobilgrease, Delvac Oils, Vacuum Agricultural Oik and Greases, "Vacdip, Vacmark, Gargoyle Spraying Oils, Gargoyle Industrial Oils and Greases, r Petropine, Vaclite, Flit, ^ «ad other famous Vacuum products*

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BALL AT PARUNA Paruna, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

BALL AT PARUNA Par una, November 2. A ball sponsored by the Catholic Church was held in the Paruna In stitute on Tuesday, October 27. Half the proceeds were for the Red Cross. "Visitors were present from Wanbi, Haliion, Alawoona, Malpas, Meribah, Nad da and Marker!. The Mindarle Orchestra supplied bright music and Mr. E. H. Klingberg |waa M.C. Ladies of the Catholic Church and the local Red Cross supplied supper. The arrangements for the ball were in the hands of Miss Gray and Mr. N. Flavel. Mr. McKenzie was ticket seller and Mr. Schwerdt doorkeeper. It is expected to clear about £10. Lucky spot dances were won by Mr. M. Webb and Miss Hyde and Miss E. Dart, and Mr. D. Clifford. * * * * FAREWELL SOCIAL ' A farewell was tendered Mrs. Ware ing in the institute on Friday. Mr. Alan Fetch (chairman of the Institute Committee) spoke on behalf of the Institute and the District of Paruna. Mr. Fetch said that during: her stay in Paruna Mrs. Wareing bad been a marvellous help in many ways, and...

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EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

EDUCATION The word education covers an ex tremely wide range of meaning, and it is difficult to explain conscisely what one really means by an 'educated man." A brief dictionary definition of education, such as, "the training that goes to cultivate the powers and form the character" leaves the matter pretty open. One is justified, never theless, in viewing with a critical eye the system adopted and the trend of the instruction imparted under our State education system. If we are to play our part in the "new order" which all trust will arise out of the present critical times, the dominating aim in our schools should be to make the children of today worthy citizens of tomorrow. Whether we abolish the Q.C. ex amination or not we cannot afford much time for the "improvement of the mind" purely as an end in itself. This only tends to promote a selfish individualism which should not be condoned even in spacious times of peace and prosperity. Alongside training which has the definite ob je...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box 6 Phone 21 Licenced Auctioneers, Real Eetate Agents, Land Broker*, and Valuera Aaencies:— New Zealand Fire Insurance. Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat- i lonal Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ado- | lalde Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor. Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf j Trip" and to all parts of the world. Travel by Air to all | cities in Australia—Fares on ! application. If you desire to Sell your pro perty, consult us first, we have genuine buyers and can arrange finance for intending; purchas ers. « NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (Established 186s»j Fire Workers Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. ,. Ogilvy & Bona Loxtoo .. .. T. P. Mackenzie . Berri .. H E. Hull & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reiners) Portrature, Coloun'np:, Kniart:-, ins. «\>py...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL ALTERATION OF PENDLE'S TIMETABLE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

LOCAL AND GENERAL ALTEBA.TCON OF PENDLETS TIMETABLE I The following amended timetable has been adopted by Fendle Motors, in their motor services between Eenmark and Mor gan, consequent upon the altered train times:— Oars'for Morgan leave Renmark daily at 9 am., Eerrl 8.30 a.m.. sod Barmera 10.15 a.m.. They arrive from Morgan in Barmfera at 3.30 p.m., Berrl 4 p.m., and Benmarfc 4.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 THIS FBI, SAT., MON.-MATINEE SAT. 1.45. ROBERT MONTGOMERY—INGRID BERGMAN In Startling- Drama—by Author "Mr. Chipps" ★ "RAGE IN HEAVEN" * Plus: JACKIE COOPER in "Gallant Sons* I SPECIAL! I 1 "The Road to J Kokoda" | I The most Sensational I I Pictures Ever Filmed ! Also SPLENDID NEWSRBEL SESSION IEXT TUES., WED., THURS.—NOV. 104, llth,il2th" five of na swoxm rur math vara nu raw in ONE UFCT1M...AM DRTU all out m* CON I Brilliantly Supported by GEORGE SANDERS IN THE ACTION PACKED THRILLER 'THE GAY FALCOr (A) Plus: THREE SPLENDID NEWSREELS Special "Swing Night" Wed. Nov. 11th (One Night Only) ENTIRE PROGRAMME OP BRIGHT SWING MUSIC First Half consists of six Specially Selected Swing Shorts Featuring Artie Shaw, Jimmie Dorsey, Bobby Hackett and other well-known Orchestras. Plus: KAY KYSER in Feature Length Swing Musical Comedy "PLAYMATES" .

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GLOSSOP Glossop, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

GLOSSOP Glossop, November 2. At the bi-monthly meeting of parents and friends at the G-lossop High School on Thursday afternoon, October 15, the president (Mrs. "W. M. C. Symonds) occupied the chair. Miss P. Noble addressed the assembly on. "India and her peoples". Miss Noble gave a very interesting and instructive talk, and those present availed themselves of the opportunity to ask quesions on India. A vote of thanks was pro posed to Miss Noble by Mrs. C. W. Till, and Mrs. R. James also spoke. The trading table and the afternoon. tea were arranged by the Berri ladies. * * * * Miss F. Noble was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. C'. Symonds dur ing her visit to the district.—Flight. - lieutenant Bryan Bofe who was re cently awarded the O.B.E. for dis tinguished service is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. T. Rofe, of Glossop.

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PARINGA MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

PARINGA MARKET I The Paringa monthly market held on Wednesday by Bennett and Fisher Ltd. was marred to some extent by rain, when cattle and horses were   being sold. The sheep, about 1,600,   made a fine showing and not a sheep   out of condition was noted in the yarding. Among those seen in the yards were Mr. A. Goulden with a number of fat lambs. Mr. Gus Stoeckel was drafting, helped by his daughter. Mr. Tom Hughes yarded good wethers num- bering about 398. Mr. Edwards, of Noora, had sheep yarded as had Mr. Tomlinson, of Taplan. The cattle offered were a fine lot, numbering about 40 head. Among those who sold cattle were Messrs. Jim Hughes, C. Wilhelm, A. C. Dunn, W. H. Thiele (Taldra), and T. Dowl- ing. The yarding of pigs was light but quality prevailed in the various pens. They came from the Victorian side as well as from local settlers. Settlers were seen from Murtho, Par- inga, Loxton, and Renmark. Mr. Montgomery, manager for Bennett &am...

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TENNIS AFTERNOON AT LOXTON Loxton, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

TENNIS AFTERNOON , AT LOXTON Loxton, November 3 On Saturday afternoon Mrs. F. E. Dohnt convened a tennis afternoon to aid Baby Graetz In the Red Cross Junior competition. Mens and wo- men's doubles were played the winners being Mrs. A. Hosking and Miss E. Pearson, and J. Liebelt and Ron Drabsch. Afternoon tea was served by the ladies. A cake competition realized £1/10/9, the winner being Mr. W. Huxtable. The takings for the afternoon were £6/0/3. A basket competition to aid Baby Graetz realized £2/10/- and was won by Mrs. M. M. Dinning. Loxton Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £1,188/4/6'; J. F. W. Schober £2/3/10; Collecting   tins: Mrs. Laffer £1/4/2; Mrs. Tanko £1/5/6; Mrs. Prosser 10/5; Mrs. Bates 14/3; Mrs. Samuel 15/3; Mrs. Hilbig 17/6; Baby contest £4/7/6; afternoon tea, 12/1; subscriptions 10/-; Mrs. Schuster 5/-. £1,201/9/11. * * * * Sgt. M. H. Klingberg has been spending leave with his parents. Also staying with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Klingberg for the week-e...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

PERSONAL Capt. Doug Balfour Ogilvy, M.B.E., is home on leave. He is the son of Major H. B. Ogilvy, M.B.E., D.C.M., and Mrs. Ogilvy. Captain Ogilvy served in England and in the Middle East. He was in Tobruk for eight months, and returned to Australia some while ago. He is now a general staff officer III on a headquarters staff "somewhere in Australia". Mr. R. G. Dunkley (Salvation Army Red Shield Officer in the River Dis- tricts) is away for several weeks owing to his wife's illness. Mr. A. Moore is relieving Mr. Dunkley. Mr. C. V. Harper (secretary of the Renmark Branch of the Australia Soviet Friendship League) will attend the second annual conference of the organisation in Adelaide this week-end, as a delegate from Renmark. Mr. Harry Valient, a repatriated soldier of the present war, arrived in Renmark this week. He is at present on the staff of Ozone Theatres here.

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KILLED IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

KILLED IN ACTION Mrs. Jean Shaddock, who is stay- ing with her sis-   ter-in-law, Mrs. W. E. Campbell at   Glossop, has been notified that her husband, Corporal Royce Charlton Shaddock (R.A.A. F.) was accident- ally killed in North Australia on Octo- ber 16. Corporal Shaddock spent most of his early life at Berri being a student at the Berri School. Later he joined the staff Cpl. R. C. Shaddock the Berri Electric Light Co. Corporal Shaddock was a very keen member of the Berri Swimming Club and a swimming instructor. He was mar- ried to Miss Jean Culverwell at Berri on November 13, 1937. Besides his widow he leaves one small daughter. Corporal Shaddock was the second son of Mr. R. J. Shaddock and the late Mrs. Shaddock of Chaffey, and   enlisted at Port Lincoln. L/Cpl. Murray George Tipper, who was killed in action in New Guinea on September 7, was born at Berri 28 years ago. He enlisted in 1940 and saw service in Syr- ia, from where he returned...

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RENMARK HOME GUARD COMMENDED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RENMARK HOME GUARD COMMENDED Lieut.-Col. T. G. Heming, accompan- ied by Capt. Kay visited V.D.C. Home Guard units on the River last week- end. At Renmark on Sunday morn- ing after seeing the platoon in a manoeuvre, the colonel congratulated the men on their showing, making particular mention of Sgt. W. P. Gil- bert who was in charge of the exercise. Lieut.-Col. Heming expressed re- gret that Lieut. V. R. Kemp had found it necessary to relinquish his position as leader of the V.D.C. at Renmark, but was confident that the unit would continue to progress under the new leader, Sgt. W. F. H. Edmonds. Sgt. Edmonds and Sgt. Gilbert ad- dressed the men on the bivouac of the previous week-end. An instruc- tive time had been spent, and the rifle shooting of the Saturday after noon had seen the splendid aggregate figure of well over 80 per cent of the possible recorded. VISIT TO BERRI AND BARMERA UNITS There was a good attendance at a special V.D.C. Parade at Berri on Sun- day morning. Capt. N...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Death SYMES—On October 31st, at Ren- mark Hospital, Annie, sister-in-law of Mr. Climer. Aged 86. R.I.P. Return Thanks MR, and MRS. F. A. BOLLEN- HAGEN of Monash, wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for many letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of their dear daughter, Mary. Will all please accept this as a personal ex- pression of our sincere gratitude. MRP. JEAN SHADDOCK, of Glos-   sop, wishes to THANK all relatives and friends for cards, letters, tele- grams and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of her hus- band Royce Charlton, R.A.A.F., acci- dentally killed in Northern Australia. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal thanks for kind sympathy. MR. J. A. SHADDOCK and FAMILY of Cliaffey, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy in the loss of their son and brother Royce Charlton, R.A.A.F., ac- cident...

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