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Y.W.C.A. LADY GOWRIE APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Y.W.C.A. LADY GOWRIE APPEAL We are advised that a total of £35 subscribed to the T.W.C.A. Lady Gowrie Appeal has been sent to Ade laide from Renmark. It is desired to finalize the fund, an<f all who took buttons for sale are asked to return money collected and remain ing buttons to the Corporation office.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOC H TO HOLD GUEST NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

TOC H TO HOLD GUEST NIGHT. At its final meeting for the year the Renmark Toe H Group will hold a gueBt night at the I>en In Ral Ral Avenue next Wednesday, when any man Interested will receive ft cordial welcome, A recess of a fortnight will then ■ be observed.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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YOUNG FOLK'S PAGE "Mopoke's" Letter to Clubmates DEAR BOYS AND GIRLS.— [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

YOUNG FOLK'S PAGE I Conducted by "Mopoke" | »- ■ - ——+ "Mopoke's" Letter to Ciubmates DEAR BOYS AND GIRLS.— Once more the Christmas season approaches, but this year it is not possible for us to have our usual speciai edition of "The Pioneer" owing to the shortage of newspaper. However, 1 have endeavoured to make 'your page a little brighter than it has been in recent weeks, though 1 am sure the splendid letters so many of you have been writing have kept all our readers interested in every issue. This Christmas there will no be so much jollification as usual, but I have heard it pointed out several times recently that this really need not take from us anything of the real spirit of Christ mas goodwill. Here is a suggestion which I think is well worth passing on to you: We will all probably be, receiving much less in the form of gifts this year, so supposing we make it. our aim to give as much as we can to thace less fortunate than ourselves. Really there is much greater jo in giving ...

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

Cashmere JBtmqueF (®asiuttlre^j= ^v' FACE POWDER "n Four Shades RacU PecL Sun^o © Jlaivaiicin ^Jan (Light) lid. There lias ne%'er been a time when wise buying of face powder has been so important. That is why patriotic women to-day turn thankfully to Cashmere Bouquet for a moderately priced face powder that is silk sifted for perfect texture. Cashmere Souquef Fine Quality Cosmetics est Commonsense Prices CBC.2 -

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Roxy and Ozone Thsatres SECOND SIRTHDAY ON SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

anci Ozone Thsatres ' SECOND BIRTHDAY CM SATURDAY 'JHe uio:-'c st-nsiitioii:;! picture of the ;. eur "h'.'.yic Sin.udvc;!!.'" .star'.'inn Diana ; ml '.'yrmji'e. 1\.■.I>'.■ i■ i .Sii.fS; .jni 1 Jon Hall, I',.):, been seieerc'ii s..« ;!ie Ozone Theatres -f iin Mi-iiiti.-i..- ii-fjct}.'»)!. This is un epn- in' L.:e l.aitle for Britain. Tile iiran.iscmen t i:: happy in the thought that over the past two years, it has given the public of lien mark a. sorvice novor before equalled in the history of motion pictures. The sup porting film for this week-end "Who is Hope Schuyler" is an intriguing mys tery. This together with four-splen did ncvvsreeis nmipyfes an idea! pro gramme. The Ofcune programme will alsu he screened at the Uoxy Theatre on Saturday night only. A. special children'? birthday puri'v will l)e held fit the matinee oji Saturday, when every eliild nttov<d;ni>- will receive a free piece of birthday cake. There will he a prize for the first fifty chil dren at th...

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PYAP WEST Women Help With Harvest Pyap West, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

PYAP WEST Women Help With Harvest I'yujj V.Y.st, December 14. All ha nets are busy wii h their harv est, in sjiite uf so many cool changes. Women folk can be seen in many of the fields, bay sewing, others stook ing the hay, but all doing a real good job. CHRISTMAS PARTY AT SCHOOL A Christmas party was held at the school last week. Pastor Backen brought Father Christmas along to visit the children. He gave each child sweets and biscuits. The chil dren gave items and afternoon tea was arranged by the girls. Mi-, and Mrs. C. O. Schubert mo tored to Lobethal recently.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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How "The Pioneer" is Printed MATINEE TICKETS FOR COMPOSITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

How "The Pioneer" is Printed MATINEE TICKETS FOR COMPOSITIONS Recently 12 boys'and girls from the Kenmark South School came into "The Pioneer" Office with their teacher in order to' see just how the paper is printed. • After they had had a good look over the plant it was decided that.the complimentary matinee tickets kindly made available to our club by Ozone Theatres Ltd. each week, should "be awarded this week for the best com position on what had been seen. There were a number of clubmates among the boys and girls attending, and it is some credit to the olub that both first and second awards so to members. Don Ruediger handed in the best essay and John Ruston was a close sec ond. Here is Don's winning effort. The Story of a Column in "The Murray Pioneer" Jlrs. Smith sends in an excellent re cipe The editor examines it and finds that it is a very unusual but useful one. He arranges it so that it takes as little space as possible, but is still sensible. This is done in red ink. whi...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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A Story for Boys and Giris [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

A Story for Boys and Giris A little girl who worked as a ser vant girl many years ago was up early one morning and went outside across the yard to get the kindling wood to light the fire. On' her way back she was startled by a noise coming; from one of the sheds. It wasn't one of the animals she feJt sure. What was it? It sounded like her little baby brother Ben cry ing-. but it couldn't be, for he was miles away with mother. However, she just had to find out what it was, so she went to the shed door and peeped. Th door was open slightly, and she could see inside. She could hardly believe what she saw, for there was a man and a woman and the sweetest little baby she had ever seen—except Ben, of course, she thought. "Hey, what are you peeping at?" It was the house-boy's voice calling to her from the kitchen door. She nearly jumped out of her skin, and ran a way back with the sticks. Then they both got busy about the house, and soon had everything in order. But all the time tlie girl ...

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AMERICAN SCHOOL CHILDREN TRAVEL BY BUS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

AMERICAN SCHOOL CHILDREN TRAVEL BY BUS The critical transportation problems that have arisen in the U.S.A. due to the nation's war efforts, threaten a breakdown in that country's wonderful sctiooi-bus system. The magnitude of that transit system will surprise most Australians, says the Dunlop Bulletin. Actually one-sixth of all children who attend public schools in the U.S.A. travel to and from school in motor buses. It takes 93,000 buses to handle the tremendous task. The school authorities in that country have been warned to take immediate steps to meet the critical problems brought about by the shortage of tyres, the difficulties of transporting petrol and the call-up of manpower. Govern ment officials and executives of interes ted organizations recently participated in a conference to discuss ways and means of preventing a breakdown in school transportation upon which 3,742;O0O American school children daily rely.

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Renmark Airman Praises Comforts Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Renmark Airman Praises Comforts Fund Sgt. K. L. Nattrass (R.A.A.F. c/* R.A.F., Middle East), hag written to Miss F. Preece, of Renmark, as fol lows: While In Cairo, I met Harry Whallin, with whom I trained out in Australa, and he and I had &b enjoyable day together, finishing up in the evening at the "Badia" Cabaret. "We had a good chat afeout our diff erent experiences since last seeing each other in Kenya. A few days ag-o we received an issue of comforts from the A.C.F. This is the third issue I've had since arriving on. the squadron. They certainly do a good job for the troops over here. All the Aussies here received 4 ozs. of tobacco, cigarette papers, soap, biscuits, rafeor blades, chewing gum, handkerchiefs, pad and en velopes—quite a decent lot of stuff.

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WAIKERIE DISTRICT COUNCIL DIETING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

WA1KER1E DISTRICT COUNQL DIETING A meeting- of the Waikerie District Council was held on December 5. Cr. J. H. Strang man (chairman) presided. Crs. L>. W. Andrew, G. O. Pfitzner, E. M. Rowe, F.. W. Zadow, W. H. Gates, R. G. Grieger, F. G. Hartwig and R. O.'J. Dunning were also present. Cr. Grieger was empowered to have a bad sandhill on New Well Road por cupined if found necessary at a max imum cost of SO/-. It was resolved that the Maggea and Swan Reach roads should be recon ditioned after the foreman has com pleted the usual grading of the Morgan Main Road. The reconditioning of the Ramco Cemetery road at a cost of approxim ately £10 is to be attend«d to when opportunity arises. The bad patch of metal on the Mor gan Road near Hartwig's is to be re terred to the road inspector for his dtrection in regard to repairs. It was resolved that potholes should be filled in on the approach to the siding on the Kauai- Road. A letter waa received from Mr. Wm, MacgiUivray, M.P., concerning ...

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

A. H. LANDSEER — waiker^e — General Storekeepers Largest • Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call an3 inspect Phono 1. THE PROOF OF ITS GOODNESS has led mtny Inferior Imitations. You must therefore be careful that each label bears the name HEUZENROEDER'S ALTONA DROPS THE GENUINE ORIGINAL HOUSEHOLD REMEDY For Diarriioe, Sickness, Dizziness, Stomach Troubles, L«sa of Appetit^ Indigestion, Impure Blood, etc., Etc. VANUFACTURED ONLY BY Martin V. John Wamifacturlftd Chemist, Tanunda, 8.A* (Buooeeoor to M. E. ^fafcienroeder—Established 18B0).

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This Week's Problem HOW MANY WORDS? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

This Week's Problem how ivtany words? Special points will be driven this week for a competition, making' the most words out of the letters in OUR CHRISTMAS TOYS I think most of .you have done these competitions before. Here are three words to start with: at, am, as. ' All words must be numbered and written in columns.

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

Hie Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Company Lanited Personal Accident and Sickness AGENTS: Worker's Compensation R. P. JAMK8 & CO., Ron mark. Employer** Liability W. N. WILKINSON, BenrL Fidelity Guarantee Fire J. BOCK, loiton. Livestock Motors 8. H. STEVENS, Walkerle. Plats Glass Marin* R. J. NAfltl, Rumen. Adelaide Office—17-19 Grenfell ySt. Edwin Midwood, Manager. FLINT'S MEDICATED OIL For CUTS and GALLS on Horses Obtainable from - ALL WHOLESALE HOUSES Manufactured by Price G. B. FLINT, ■ Mitt 8treet, ADEtiAIOe. Bfeti!*

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

. PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE Glen Osmond, S.A. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPAL,—MISS R. E. POWELL, M.A., Dip. Ed. Prom Kindergarten to Leaving Honours. A Commercial Course is available without extra charge. The College has an idea) situation amid 33 acres of playing.fields. Tbe Junior School has its separate Boarding House and Playing Fields. The oval is in use. Sports include Tennis, Hockey, Basketball, etc. Numerous new and modern buildings have .been erected. Early ap- I plication is advisable. \ Boarders come into residence on 8th February, 1943. The Principal Will be at home from 26th January from 2-4 p.m., of by appointment. Further particulars from the Principal, Telephone U1161, or the Sec retary, Mr. W. D. C. Paton, 26 King William Street, Adelaide.

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Christmas Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Christmas Greetings Christmas is an old word But yet to me it seems new. Because dyar "ilopoke" and pals of the page It brings my wishes for happiness to you; Lots of Good l_,ucl< and good cheer X wish you, one and all And peace and health through out the comipgr year. (Original). Jean U. l'lies. u.t/.t. l«=i. Station, via Broken Hill, N.SAN .

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A Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

A Puzzle My first is In butter, but not in jam My second in bacon and also in ham; The third is in marriage, but not in divorce; The fourth is in camel, but not i" horse ; My fifth is in coronet, also in crown; And the whole is a neat little River tcwn. This puzzle was sent in by a reader from Largs Bay. using the pen-name of "Nonrev". Now all try and work the puzzle out before looking: at the answer. The River town is Raraco.

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

UNLUCKY '"That horse of yours looks poor, Pat". "Arrali, yer honour, not poor, but unlucky he is." "Unlucky! How's that?" "Tis like this, yer honour, Ev'ry mornin' I toss whether he lias a feed o' corn or I have a glass of whisky, an' begob, he has lost for f've morning's runnin'" —Ivy Traeger, Loxton. Not Wounded! A dear old lady approached a bed where a soldier lay almost hidden in bandages. "Oh! poor man," she said, have you been wounded?" "No mum, I was kicked by a canary," he replied. —Rex Arney, Wa.nbi. Stupidity.* Mother — "Why Freddy, aren't you ashamed to call auntie stupid? Tell her you are sorryi" Five-year-old: "Auntie I'm sorry you're so stupic\." —Talma Stasinowsky, Mantung. What Time? If Mr. and Mrs. Little were going down the street and one of the little Littles went running- after them what would the time be?—A little after two. —Marion Hefford, Cobdogla. Not So Good Chemist—did you like the | bath salts which I sold you?" Cus tomer—"Well they taste all right, but I...

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DRIED FRUITS BOARD Members to Accompany Agenl-General on Tour Adelaide, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

DRIED FRUITS BOARD Members to Accompany Agenl-Generai on Tour ^Adelaide, December 11- l The S.A. Dried Fruits Board held its last meeting for the year on Decem ber 4. An apology was received for the absence of the deputy chairman (Mr. Hugh Crawford) whose wife had passed away suddenly a few days previously. The profound sympathy of the members was expressed. The routine, business consisted of a review of the statistical position, the board's banking account and the pas sing of a number of accounts. Of the 33 applications for renewal of pack ing registration for the year 1943, 29 were approved and the remaining four were adjourned for consideration at the next meeting of the board to be held early in the new year. It was noted that seven had failed to apply for renewal of registration. With the exception of one from whom no ap plication had been received, renew- • als of all dealers registrations were approved. The secretary reported a meeting of the Consultative committee had been h...

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