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"Christmas Eve" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

"Christmas Eve" Original Poem by R. E. Anderson, Loxton. On Christmas Eve when ali was quiet, Old Santa came sneaking Through the streets of Tyne, To find some houses (big and small) That had obedient children. He tiptoed to the roof of one And down the chimney slid To hang in stockings by the beds Some toys (planes, cars, dolls and all) For each little sleepy head.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

-The Murray Pioneer, Thurs., December 24, 1942—7, The Management and Staffs of the Ozone aad Hoxy Theatres, Renmark, Extend Seasonal Greeting's to Everyone—Everywhere— 1 I .J Selected Entertainment for the Festive Season RESERVATIONS BOTH THEATRE® phone m THUS F«4J0AY—SATURDAY Matinee Saturday 1.45 1 Walter ^>Mgeoa-—"Rosalind RusseTl in Aee Comedy "DESIGN FOR SCANDAL" Plus Ijaralne Day In "YANK ON THE BURMA ROAD" Newer eels — Cartoon NEXT MON. to THURS. DEC. 28-31 Matinee Mon. 1.45 Joan Bennett—George Brent in Hilarious Comedy "TWIN BEDS" IPlua Western with Tim Holt "SIX GUN COLO" Newsueels — March of Time THIS SATURDAY and MONDAY Edward .G. Robinson in Startling Drama 'MANPOWER" Plus Warner Bros. Comedy "KldS£B FOR BREAKFAST" Nevojreels — Cartoon GRAND NEW YEAR'S EVE B ALL BOXY DANCES PALAISE (Thurs., December 810 Dancing 8.30-2 a.m. Splendid Dance Music >by MYSTERY ORCHESTRA

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

SATURDAY |jfa December 26 JOAN BLONpELL, ROLAND YOUNG in 'TOPPER RETURNS" WARREN WILLIAM, TOM HALL in "SECRETS OF THE LONE WOLF" MONDAY, DECEMBER 28 $ JUDY GARLAND, JAMES STUART in "ZIEGFELD GIRL" Plus Selected -Featurettes. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30 4 JAMES CAGNEY, BETTE DAVIS in "BRIDE CAME C.O.D." DAVID SHARP, JANET WALDO in 'SILVER STALUON" SOMA HENIE, JOHN PAYNE !n "SDN VALLEY SERENADE" JACK BUCHANAN, KAY WALSH fn "MIDDLE WATCH" MONDAY, DECEMBER 28 , * ROBERT PRESTON, NANCY KELLY In "PARACHUTE BATTALION" OTTO KRUGER, GLORIA DIXON in THE BIG BOSS" WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30 ■1 ' MARX BR08., PI AN A LEWIS in "MARX BROS. W WEST ' 1 ' ' ;v VWI.4.1AM BOYD, RUS8ELL. HAVDEN in mwm iexat

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

AarOipfoyerftECDS YOU ifyo" are AN 1. C. 5. TRAINED MAN! jg 1C!S T. ft G. BUILDING i •V*0*9 ADELAIDE • Sin,—Pletso ten i ticfi piospectut showing how I csb fi lucceedin the oMUPelioD i have marked X g Accountancy—Secretarial {all Inst. Ex.) Bookkeeping—General, Store, Station. Salesmanship—Gen., Speciality, Retail. Psychology and Personality in Business. Advertising—fistcdl, Mail-Ord., Agency. Window Disp,—Show Card, Shop Tckts. JlluatrtrilnB—Newopoper, Fash., PoBter. - Free lance Jeur'uun—Short Story Writ. Matriculation—Leavtng-Inter.-Pub. Serv. Cen. Education—Bus. and Sales tetters. Police Entr. Exam- Nurses Entr. Exam. Architecture—Structural Concrete. .Building Contracting—Air Conditioning. Craftsmanship (Mecn. & all branches). Motor Eng.—lt!tr. Mech., Mtr. Exams, Diesel En?—-lUuroln. Engr., "Weld. Eng. lnterspl Comb, and Steam Drivers' E*s. Radio Eng.—Radio Serv., Radio ferns. Aero Eng.—Gd. Eng., Licenses, Rigging, dec, Eng.-—Else. Cont. & Medis' Exma. iCJril Ba...

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APPLICATIONS FOR DEBT ADJUSTMENT CLOSE DECEMBER 30 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

APPLICATIONS FOR DEBT ADJUSTMENT CLOSE DECEMBER 30 The secretary of the Australian/ Wheatgrowers' Federation, Mr. T. C. Stott, 31.P., advises that applications for debt adjustment uncler the Debt Adjustment Act will close on Decem ber 30 of this year. There Is not much prospect of the Act being re opened, therefore, farmers who are in financial difficulties and are desirous of having their debts adjusted should make application forthwith and direct their inquiries to the Director, Debt Adjustment Department, Pirie Street, Adelaide.

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Holiday Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Holiday Arrangements "The Murray Pioneer" Office will be closed tin Friday, Saturday and Monday, December 25, 26, and 28, arid will be, opened for business as usual' on Tuesday, December 29. WHILE you can, bblvo AIA you oan; buy Certificates and Bonds, Meet your friends at the Grand Open Al? Xmas Carnival, 80tb December. JjOtss of fun for all.

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Soldiers Honour Renmark Rest Room Workers [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Soldiers Bonoar Reamark I Rest Room Workers I At the. rest room of the Renmark SOldlera Social Committee on Monday opportunity was taken by soldiers of the district camps to make presenta tions to all members of the commit tee. With a- representative attendance of men in uniform, Lieut.-Col. Soden made the presentations, expressing the sincere appreciation of the men in the camps for the excellent work committee members were doing for the welfare of the troops. The gifts ' were valuable ones, mainly- in crystal and silverware. I Bach, recipient responded, and. all j stated that it had been a pleasure for them to do the work which had been, carried on. Members of the committee are: Mrs. S. A. James (president), Mrs. S. E. Jackson (sec retary), Miss D. Hanlln (treasurer), Mesdames N. Robinson, A. J. Stev ens, T. B. Wood, M. Graham, D. R. Dixj T A'. Wescombe, J. Johnson, A. E. E. Hilton, and G. Paterson, Misses K. Malycha, Ella StoeckeJ^ * # * # Misses Nellie and Iris Sykes, daugh ters...

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Military Ball at Monash Monash, December 22 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Mffitarv Bafi at Maash Monaster December 22 A successful military ball was held in the Monash, Memorial Hall on Monday, December 14. Dancing was enjoyed until 1 a.m. Herb Mul ler was M.C. The music was sup plied by the Berri Rytlim Aces, as sisted by some musicians from Love day. Novelty dances were enjoyed. Supper was served by ladies of the Bed Cross Circle-. Sir. G. Hunt was doorkeeper Approximately £15 was taken, part of which is to be donated to the Monash Red Cross funds * * v * Monask Airman Gains Wings and Commission Monash, December 22. Mr. and Mrs. S. R, McLaren have received a cable from their son Neil who is' training- with the R.A.A.F. in Canada, stating that he has gained his wings and' his. commission. The cable also stated that the young pilot officer, was. spending his leave in Chic ago: Neil was in the Savings I&nk of SA«. at Renmark before enlisting. ' Ifr. and Mrs. White and daughter of Salisbury are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cornwall;—Mrs. Em Bradley...

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PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS Servicemen Honoured at Glossop Old Scholars' Ball [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS Glossop Olcf SchoIars Bafl Glossop, December 22. *The recently formed' Old Scholar*) Association in connection with the Glossop Hagh< Sahool* was nagpansible for the successful ball held In the Glossop Hall: on December 17 . The committee comprises Mies Sally Hatch (president), Miss Fat Bofe and: Mr. Stan Dyer (vice-presidents) and Miss Bonnie Plant (secretary). They were assisted by other old scholars, Mr. J. Lehman acted as M.C. and the music was supplied t>y the Night Owl orchestra from Cobdogia.. The judges for a belle of the ball com petition were Mesdames C. Till, L. Larwood. and J., Lehman, Miss Connie Plant was the winner. Mr. and Mrs. T. Bird and. Mr, Laxwaod (head teacher of Barm era school) were in charge of qool drinks. MT. T. Bird assisted' as. doorkeeper. Opportunity was taken by the sol diers' committee to honour Able Scai rn an Don Evans (R.A.N.), and L.A.C. John Uplaki (R.A.A.F.) who were home on leave- Mr. M. T. Rote (chairma...

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SALE OF STATION SHEEP AT LOXTON [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

SALE OF STATION SHEEP AX UPON f t»st Thursday JUder Smith & Co. h«ld a special Bale of station sheep -at Loxton. Keen competition result tecl in a total clearance of sueep num bering nearly 3,000. Buyers were .present from Tailem Bend, Mt. Pleas ant, and local districts. Top prices realized were: Ewes, 1 year 19/3; 1J years 21/6"; 2& years 24/3; years 19/6; 4i years 18/6; Iambs 17/-. Wethers 1| years 16/11; 2& . years 17/9; Iambs 16/-. Sellers present intimated that they •considered the prices very satisfactory. They also noted with satisfaction the careful droving apparent from the condition of the sheep. Drover Grey brought down from Fooncarie 2,300 sheep. He has been •on the roads all his life. "In fact," .ha said, "I might have been born in a .pack saddle." Boy Gill is aged 13 and has been on the roads for a good -while. No men drovers are now available and so boys have to assist . old drovers, i, Mr. Ken Crozier is working Kulnine Station alone. He has, ...

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HOPES FROM WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

HOPES FROM WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE j Commentijiff this week on the I functions of the War Agricultural Committee, Mr. E: N. Seary said that Wednesday night's -was the fourth meeting to he held. Very little had been heard in Kenmark of its work to date, but it Was hoped that some thing would soon emanate of a con crete nature to assist the harvest la bour position.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales " Second Saturday Month. Qoldsbrough Mori & Co. Ltd. LOXTON HILLING CO, LIMITED Supplies of First Quality FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always available. ; ; Prompt Delivery for Orders Wheat can be aecepted in exchange for GRIST,, but the full quantity delivered mutt be taken out in produota. 'Phone 63 LOXTON Box 68 WE BUY FOR CASH SKINS— Sheep Fox, Kangaroo, Rabbit, Hare, Ox, Cow, Calf. We Pay Nett Cash Per Bail By Sea „ By Road v • naa *wS • S PRODUCE— Almonds, Kernels Walnuta Jacca Gum Wattle Gum We Pay Promptly' MILE END _ _ PORT ADELAIDE _ TO ANY CITY DEPOT OXY SUDS ASK ABOUT ADDRESS—49-51 FLINDERS STREET, ADELAIDE FOR YOUR LAUNDRY Important Announcement E. W. SCHICK 'Phone: 18 — LOXTON Appointed Local Distributing Agent for VACUUM OIL COMPANY Pty. Ltd. Marketers of Mobiloi!, Mobiigrease, Delvac Oils* Vacuum Agricultural Oils and Greosea» Vaodip, Vacmarfe, Gargoy...

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LOXTON SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

LdXTQN SOCIAL MQTES Mrs. H. Beerwortb. and eon John, of Adelaide, are. the guests of Mr. and Sirs. H. A. Klingrbej-gr.— Captain (Dr.) C. V, Sajnuel If wending le^ve his wife and family.—jytias E.. parso^C teacher of the Concpjdi^. School, ^.oxton, left this -week to spend the school holidays will;' Jipr parents, }?a9i$>r .qjad Mrs. Daraow, of Mlnyip.-—Mr. W. Yepz and Miss L. Koch left this week for Adelaide, •where they were married on Tuesday. Tpr. 33. Stfvben has rer turned to his unit after spending leave with his Wife and children. CHILDREN'S PARTY On Wednesday evening,-December 16, €L party was I held for the ~ Concordia school and Sunday school children. Items were rendered by the children 'and games were played. Mrs. G. Quast presented 110/- for ice cream. Two Father Christmasses were present, and gave halloons and sweets to the children. Mr. Polden (chairman of the School Committee) presented prizes to the following: Betty Krause, dux of school; Beryl Schier, grade V; Ora...

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Combined Schools' Concert Alawoona, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Combined Schools' Concert Alawoona, December 23. On December 12 a very successful combined schools concert was held in the Alawoona Institute. The attendance was the best in four years. The schools taking part were Alawoona (Mr. L. J. Hocking), Veitch (Miss IClose), and Malpas (Miss Nott). The door takings amounted to £9/4/- "and a donation of £1 was "received from Mr. E>. Alcock, from sale of ice cream. Proceeds were for the S.P.F. and were divided as follows: Alawoona £4/16/-; Malpas £2/9/-; Veitch £2/9/-; expenses 10/-. Special thanks were extended to Mrs. Alcock (piano) and Messrs. Cbttrell and Koch for assistance. Mr. Hocking, Miss Klose and Miss Nott, thanked the parents and friends for their support. The programme included: Song of Australia, com bined schools; "Rule Britannia", and "The Ausgies and the Yanks are here", combined choir; piano duet, Misses Henscbke (Malpas); solo, Miss Mary O'Driscoll; mandolin club (Alawoona); solo, Miss Coralie Jeffrey; instrumental duet, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

7 A LIMITED NUMBER OF NEW I SECONDHAND AND REBUILT HEADERS, STRiF'FEHS AMD ESARVE37£R« ! Just in time {or harvest, we offer a range of mechanically sound machines at exception ii ; prices. Every machine is ready [ to start work. Write for [ details or arrange to inspect. [ G.H2 WHEN HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN REMEMBER Cru^aber Clotlj ' MEANWHILE: Buy £IO War Bonds and War Savings Certificates

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PYAP WEST SCHOOL CHRISTMAS TREE Pyap West, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

PYAP WEST SCHOOL CHRISTMAS TREE Pyap West, December 22. a «jnristmas tree and concert was held at the Pyap West school last week, the concert being- a credit to Miss ButterfieW and- the children. Father Christmas was present and each child received a gift and a free Ice cream. Mr, Cass presented the prizes to the children. Ice cream, strawberries and ginger beer were sold for S.P.F. Miss Elsie Schu bert won a cake competition and handed the prize back to be auctioned for S.P.F. Miss Nell Williams and a soldier tied in the goose competition, Miss Williams handin'g It over to the soldiers' camp. Games and dancing were enjoyed. Colin Smith acted as M.C. About £12 was taken for S.P. Funds. Miss Butterfield left for the city last Friday. A cool change brought 16 points of rain last week-end. Stripping is nearing completion. Rab bits are plentiful and it is wondered whether there may be a plague.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 27 RENMARK CHURCH NOTICES Combined Church Service Renmark Congregational Church CHRISTMAS DAY 10 a.m. Preacher—Rev. F. V. Hansen. Communion to follow. Renmark Methodist Sunday, December 27th KENMARK—1 lev. F. V. Hansen. 11 a.m.—"Ebenezer" 7 p.m.—"l^oiikin.tr for a City" LYRUP—3 p.m. Supply CREH< ;12N"T—3 p.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen. CHRISTMAS MORNING — Com bined Service in Congregational Church at 10 o'clock. Wilkinson Memorial Congregation, Renmark (Presbyterian CUurch Associated) SUNDAY. DECEMBER 27 11 a.m. ;i nd 7 p.m. Kev. E. G. Kay United Ev. Lutheran Sunday, December 27th i; Y\| HILL—10.30 a.m. Preaching .Mlt.DCKA—~-A'i n.m. Preaching PARINfJA—S p.m. Preaching TT...

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Keen Competition for Fat Sheep Loxton, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Keen Competition for Fat Sheep Loxton, December 21. | Uoldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd., report having held I their fortnightly market at Loxton on December 10 j when the advertised number of sheep came to hand and were submitted to buyers from Adelaide, local I and surrounding districts. Competition for fat sheep was keen throughout, a total clearance beine eueetea at rates m advance of recent sales. Store sheep were purchased by graziers at satisfactory prices. Sheep—1,100 yarded, 852 sold.—Fat wethers to 21/6; hoggets to 23/6; fat lambs, shorn to 17/-; woolly to 18/6; fat ewes to 9/-; 201 m.s. etore lambs 12/4; 16'2 agred ewes 5/6. Cattle—IS sold—Fat cows to £15/2/6'; heifers to £10; steers from £4/15/- to £7/10/-. Pigs—142 yarded, 135 sold,—Bac oners to 97/-; porkers G2/- to 75/-; feeders 37/- to 47/-; suckers 29/-, 38/; Calves—Heavy to £4/17/6; light 14/ to 36/-. Poultry and sundries com pleted a satisfactory sale.

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Concert by Pupils of Sisters of St. Joseph [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Concert by Pupils of Sisters of St. Joseph On Tuesday evening- of iast week the Renmark Institute was filled when ' the annual concert was given by the pupils of the Sisters of St. Joseph. The whole programme was of a higl! standard, and it was evident that the; scholars had been excellently trained! by the sisters. Tliey moved in and; off the stage with easy assurance andj sang beautifully. Throughout the whole evening order and discipline were shown by all on the stage. The' ribbon dance by senior girls was well done with exquisite turning move-', mentfi. The programme was as fol lows: Overture, "Irish Diamonds".1 O. Rromley, B. Hendrick; choruses. "Funiculi Funnicula'.j "In a Monsistry Garden,"; choir; action song. "Little Gardeners" juniors: instrumental selection: 1st; violin, B. Smith, R. O'Loughlin, P.; Kennedy. Tl. Kcrrisin, G. Stoneham:; 2nd violin, W. Bruce. C. Newman; M.' Berill, L. Johnson. D. Burr, M .' Smith: 'cello, J. Smith, Ribbon: dance, senior girls; pianoforte tr...

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BARMERA Patriotic Bowling Carnival Barmera, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

BARMERA Patriotic Bowling Carnival Barmera, December 22. The Barmera Bowling Club held a ] successful carnival in aid of the Red j Cross Society and F.F.C.F. Sev eral competitions were arranged. Mrs. C Till was the winner of the hoop bowls, Mrs. H. Garde carried off the ring bowls trophy, and Mrs. Sandow proved to be the champion skittles. player. In the men's section, Pte., Cassidy won' a double, taking the mas. ■ sed and ring bowls. lit. Jones won : the skittles bowls, and Geo. Ritchie' led the winning rink. An energetic j ladies' committee provided afternoon1 tea, and the honorary secretary (Mr. j Sandow) reports that the carnival re alized the satisfactory sum of £12/6/-. * * * * SCHOOL C.ONCERT PRONOUNCED SUCCESS Outstanding success attended ' the annual conoert of the Barmera Prim ary School held last Wednesday, It was announced that all 25 Q.C. can didates had passed, Peter Schell "top ping the poll" with 680 marks. <A tailed report will appear later). AiC.W. Shirl...

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