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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Birthday Greetings 1 Many happy returns'to Shirley Wright   (Loveday) 14 on Nov. 7; Ronda Price (Renmark) 10 on Nov. 7; Vincent Clancy Renmark) 10 on Nov. 8; Joan Ellis (Man- tung) 10 on Nov. 8; Marjorie Wilson (Blanchetown) 16 on Nov. 8; Ronald Cook (Monash) 13 on. Nov. 9; Linda Warnock (Barmera) 16 on. Nov. 10.   Matinee Ticket Winners Complimentary tickets to the Ozone Theatre matinee are this week awarded   to Ronda Price, Box 286, Renmark, and Helen Newman, c/o Mrs. Drage, Renmark, for neat and interesting letters. This Week's Problem JUMBLED PLANES AND FLYING BOATS 1 ruihrenac: 2. psfiteri; 3 ereeammttbcris; 4 ditroalga; S tksaa; 6 rdoreln; 7 gbatreue hlf; 8 shlffeodur; 9 ttykwkhai; 10 btalfreor; llyiinlg rtfosefir; 12 bemlielm; 13 ellgwln not; 14 unsldderan. —Jennifer Samuel, Loxton. Solution to Problem WORD SQUARE TASK ANNE SNIP KEPT

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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RENMARK TOWN INFANT WELFARE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RENMARK TOWN INFANT WELFARE CLUB The monthly social of the Benmark Town Infant Welfare Club was held at the school on Friday, October 23, when the club celebrated its 17th an- niversary. About 70 members and friends were present and the evening was a successful one, £2/10/- being raised for S.P.F. and club funds. Items given by Mrs. Hage, Mr. Scheiner, Miss P. Lynch, Misses O'Loughiin and Mr. Stead were ap- preciated, and competitions and danc- ing added to the evening's entertain- ment. Dance music was supplied by Mrs. E. Tranter, Miss Westley, Miss Lynch and Mrs. Scheiner. An important item on the programme was the cutting of the birthday cake, made by Mrs. Plummer and iced and dec- orated by Mrs. Lindner. Mr. Maur- ice Little lit the candles, they were blown out by Mr. Phil Little, and the cake was cut by Mr. C. H. Peafce. Messrs Phil and Maurice Little, were scholars at the Renmark Town school years ago, so it was fitting that they should take part in the club's birth- day celeb...

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DISPUTE OVER SCHOOL HOURS AT BARMERA Committee Resigns; Statement by Chairman [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

DISPUTE OVER SCHOOL HOURS AT BARMERA Committee Resigns; Statement by Chairman Following a dispute over the school hours at Barmera, in view of day light saving, the School Committee has resigned en bloc and a meeting of parents has been called for tonight (Thursday). The school is at pres ent observing "normal time" and opening an hour later than daylight saving time. The ex-chairman (Mr. H. A. W. Short) has made a statement to a "Pioneer" representative contradicting statements in the city press on the subject. Mr. Short said that at a meeting of the School Committee held on September 21 the committee after serious consideration, decided unanimously that in the interests of students the school time should revert to standard time on the introduction of daylight saving. ' The head teacher (Mr. Larwood) had been notified of the committee's decision, but did not carry out their request. A further meeting of the committee was held to decide what action should be taken in view of the hea...

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£35 Already Raised by "Popular Boys" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

£35 Already Raised by "Popular Boys" Excellent progress continues to be made by the popular boy competition in aid of. the Renmark Branch of the Mothers and Babies' Health Associa tion, Already £35 has been banked from the contest, and the candidates are still hard at work with a month still to go. Mrs. J. Harrington who is acting as convener, reports that practically the whole of this amount has been collected in penny votes. The committee deeply appreciates the enthusiastic way in ' which the boys and their parents are working. Two prizes, of 3/6 and l'/6, are being offered for the candidates who improve their positions most in the next fort- night. . That is from this Issue to "The Pioneer" of November 5. Monies must be lodged with Mrs. Harrington by the Tuesday. Figures to date are: Brian Morris' 1,260; ^Morris Bennett 1,260; John Smith 480; Tom O'Brien 540; Leason Weste 1,200; Max Muck- ray 236; Stan Matulick 960; Ron Wat kins, 600; Ray Wolter 1,440; Hope toun Scheadel 180; Bru...

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CAR ON FOOTPATH Brings Down Verandah Loxton, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

CAR ON FOOTPATH Brings Down Verandah Loxton, November 4. When driving his car along East Terrace, Loxton, on Monday evening, William Leeds Grose (shearer) of Loveday, met with an unfortunate   accident which might have had more serious consequences. When almost opposite Hall's cafe it is believed that - the tyre of the car blew out causing the vehicle to swerve on to the footpath uprooting five ver- andah posts. This caused the roof to collapse and it was resting on the street. A portion of Mr. Eley's ver- andah next door was also damaged. The police were quickly to the scene. Fortunately the driver was not hurt. The car was severely damaged.. It was fortunate that the footpath at this particular vicinity happened to be deserted at the time, as this is one of the busiest points of the town at certain times of the day.

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THE DEHYDRATION OF POTATOES DESCRIBED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

THE DEHYDRATION OF POTATOES DESCRIBED BY A "PIONEER" SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE I The Moray Park Fruit Co. at Lyrup has started with the de hydration of potatoes for the troops. Mr. Roy Halliday (man ager) is being assisted by local married women, soldiers' wives and single girls. The staff at present employed numbers approx imately 30, four of whom are men. the process of dehydration starts   when the potatoes are tipped into a peeler which removes up to 95 per cent of the peel. They are then taken to girls who remove the eyes and any remaining peel or damaged por- tions. The potatoes are then placed on an endless belt conveyed to the slicing machine, which cuts them into slices 3-16 of an inch thick. This machine appears as if it could cope with the output of a very large num- ber of girls on the conveyer belt. After slicing the potatoes fall into wicker baskets and then are dipped into various solutions and placed in a blanching tank which is heated by steam. After being...

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£14 FROM LYRUP SPINSTERS' BALL Lyrup, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

£14 FROM LYRUP SPINSTERS' BALL Lyrup, November 10. On Saturday night in tlie Institute, the Lyrup , spinsters held a successful ball. Mr. Ted Thomas and Mr. Tveasier supplied bright music. Miss Iris Brown was M.C. The hall was decorated with streamers, balloons and mistletoe. Winners of com petitions were Mr. and Mrs. F. Rice, Mrs. Harring ton, Miss June Frankcom and Miss Betty Sykes. Donations were made by Misses Iris and Irene Brown, Miss Thayne and Miss Betty Sj'kes. There were 15 spinsters to assist with the ball with Miss Betty Sykes. as chairman and Miss Iris Brown as sec retary. Mr. H, Brown was doorkeeper. Takings for the evening amounted to £14/16/9. An amount of £3/15/9 each was handed to the three patriotic committees: Red Cross, Comforts Fund, and Lyrup Soldiers "Welfare Fund. A tasty supper was sup plied by the spinsters. Mrs. A. Ohlson left Lyrup for Adelaide this week. She was accompanied by her daughter, Marjory, who is starting her training as a nurse at Booleroo Ce...

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PYAP WEST Pyap West. November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

PYAP WEST Pyap West. November 10. ■rne monthly meeting of the S.P.F. was held on Saturday. Knitting and competitions were the order of the afternoon. It was decided to hold a Christ mas tree for the children. Afternoon tea was served, Mrs. Cass and Peggy acting as hostesses. A. collection amounting to 11/8 was taken for the S.P.F. Haycutting is almost completed in the district. Miss Sylvia Phillips spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Schubert.—Mrs. Edgar Tscliirpig- and infant daughter "Valmai have been <*. staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Schubert.—Gnrs. Pet© and Jim Cass have returned to Camp after spending leave with their parents.-— A.C.I Rollo Rofe with his parents from Berri, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Rofe.

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BERRI FUNCTIONS FOR RED CROSS CONTEST. Berri, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

BERRI FUNCTIONS FOR RED CROSS CONTEST . Berri, November 10. I .the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. O'Malley presented a gay scene on Fri day evening when a bridge and games evening was held. The evening was arranged by Mrs. and Miss O'Malley, who were assisted by Mesdames E. G. Morris, T. Chilton, B. H. Jungfer, and ' Hawthorn and Miss Cecily Chilton. . Mr. E. G. Morris was in charge ; of the iced drinks. There was a good assortment of goods on the trading table which were auctioned by Mi4. S. C. Iilman. A tasty supper was , served, after which Mr. Morris, on behalf of the staff of Toora Vale pro posed a vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. O'Malley, for lending their home for the occasion. The proceeds of the evening amounted to £9 and will go towards the Toora Vale baby in the Red Cross Junior competition, Baby Jennings. There was a good attendance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Clark for the party arranged by Mrs. Clark to aid her young daughter, Merliene, in the Red Cross Junior competitio...

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WAIKERIE RED CROSS JUNIOR CANDIDATES £32 from Garden Party Waikerie, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

WAIKERIE RED CROSS JUNIOR CANDIDATES £32 from Garden Party Waikerie, November 10. Waikerie ladies are taking a great interest in the Red Cross junior competition and functions in aid of the various candidates are frequent. The can didates are Barbara Goats, Anthony 'Arnold, John Wyld and Baby lilliott On Saturday afternoon a garden party was held at "Yenda", the residence of Mr. S. Rainey, in aid of the candidature of Barbara Coats. Although the roses had passed their best the garden and grounds were very beautiful. The effort which was arranged by the ladies of th© Waikerie East Air Raid Victims Sewing Circle, of which Mrs. H. A. Head land is president, and Mrs. H. L. Bar rat t secretary, was very successful There was a large attendance and the stalls did good business. The following were the stall holders: Trading table, Mesdames F. W. J. Coats (convener) and J. C. Hatch; straw berries, Mesdames M. Kuss (convener), R. Chris tiansen, C. Tornquist and Miss Pankhurst; cool drinks, Me...

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DISPLAY OF DRESSMAKING CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

DISPLAY OF DRESSMAKING CLASS The Renmat'lc Dressmakinpr Class I will hold a display of dressmaking on Friday, November 20. from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Girl Guide Hall. A charge of ■sixpence will be made for admission iand afternoon tea will be available for a similar amount. Proceeds will be 'devoted to the candidature of Kichard Cockinston who is being sponsored by the Guides in the lied Cross Junior competition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Stiff, aching joints? Ever feel twinges of pain In elbows, knees, wrists? Finger Joints feel stiff? Worse during wet, cold weather? It's probably uric acid, a waste product of the body machine. Failure of the excretory organs to throw off such wastes is the most frequent cause of rheu matism. , There is a simple safeguard against this condition—a small dose of Kruschen daily. Kruschen Salts prevent poisons gathering in the sys tem, remove the basic cause of many conditions of ill-health, which is auto-toxemia (self poisoning), directly traceable to internal stagnation. You will certainly feel belter for that little daily dose of Kruschen. Take a pinch of Kruschen every morn ing in a large glass of hot water or a cup of tea. ' .1/6 and 2/9 at chemists and store* KRUSCHEN the Tonic Salts Keep millions of people fit, K&8.42 amm—mm—mmm WOODLANDS Church of England Girls' Grammar School, Glenelg S.A. A Boarding and Day School under the control of a Diocesan Council. .A sound and p...

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BARMERA RED CROSS Barmera, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

BARMERA RED CROSS Barmera, November 9. The Barmera Red Cross meeting for October was a bridge afternoon in aid of all local competitors in the Red Cross Junior competition. A pleasant afternoon was spent, Mrs. Spiller being the winner. Afternoon tea was served and the trading table was well stocked and well patronized. Mrs. Macgillivray (president) an nounced that the baby competition closed on November 21. The an nouncement of the results would be made at the pictures on that night by the courtesy of Mr. Appleton. The last Red Cross meeting for the year will be on November 27 when a social afternoon will be tendered the mothers and helpers. A donation of £5 was received from Mrs. N. S. Mackenzie. The Red Cross depot has again been moved and the circle is grateful to Mr. Till and Mr. Shil l.'tbeer for their help. £10 FOR "INFANT WELFARE BABY" Barmera, November 10. The Barmera Infant Wel fare Club is sponsoring ■ a baby in the Red Cross Junior competition. A function was held a. the ...

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Red Cross Junior Figures [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Red Cross Junior Figures Baby Sims £54/13/11; Baby Wilk inson £39/17/7; Baby Doling £33/7/4; "Baby Thompson £22/6/8; Baby Charn strom £20/17/7; Baby Cockington £7/14/1; Baby Marsh £5/13/1. ' - - •!>

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AUSTERITY LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

AUSTERITY LOAN Australia's £100,000,000 AVar and Austerity Loan, opened by the l'rime Minister last week, has made an aus picious opening, and in spite of the record proportions of the amount Bought there is reason to hope that it will be fully subscribed. It will only be possible, however, by the practice of a large measure of "austerity," both voluntary and pbligatory, on ilie part of the people. The various restrictions which have been imposed on public spending and consumption should have the effect of diverting many millions to the loan. If they do not, then higher taxes or compulsory saving would ap pear to be the only alternatives. The spending power of the people has in creased greatly as a result of the war, and everyone is in a job. The time has passed for political pro testations that there must be 110 re duction in the Australian "standard of living'". A full national war effort can only be attained by great sacri fices on the part of each individual. While any surplus s...

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AMERICAN AFTERNOON FOR "POPULAR BOY" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

AMERICAN AFTERNOON "POPULAR BOY" At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar "Weste, Chowilla St., an American af ternoon took place last Saturday in aid of the candidature of Leason Weste in the popular boy competition Mrs. Weste had arrangements well in hand a. very successful function eventuated, £7/3/ being: netted. A sponge cake competition was judged by Mrs, S. A. James, and was won by Mrs. C. N. Freeman with Mrs. S. Bromley gain ing second honours. A trading table -was in charge of Mrs. W J. Dunbill and Mrs. Bromley. Miss Guilda Bromley played a pianoforte solo, Mrs. Freeman recited, and a sketch ■was given by Mesdames Dunhill, Amos and E. E. Ken wrick. Competitions were won by Mrs E. Braund and Miss Shirley Millar. Mrs. W. Mead Mrs. J Harrington and Miss A G. Lyon assisted Mrs Weste with the serving of afternoon tea. * * * * Li.A.O. Bernie Dolnn, who is stationed in the Eastern States, has been home on leave with liis parents, Mr. ami Mrs. II. A. Dolan —L.A.C. G. 13. Smith, who has be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

OGILVY & SONS Ren mark Chambers, Ren mark P.O. Box 6 Phono 21 Licensed Auctioneers, Real Estate Afientsi Land Brokers, and Valuers Agencies:— Mew Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association; Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dai gety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all . parts of the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. II 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 1859) Fire Workers Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Ren mark .. .. Ogfilvy & Sons Loxton .. .. T. P. Mackenzie Berrt .. .. H. E. Hall & Co. REMARK STUDIOS {.J. A. Reiners) Portratxirt, Colouring, Knlars insr. Copying- find Pict...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

RHEUMATISM ENDED TO BE M»VE Yon maybe saying—"Will my rheumatic pains ever end?" They will if you give De Witt's Pins a chance to restore weak kidneys to healthy activity. For healthy kidneys will promptly clear out of the system the poisons and impurities that cause rheumatic pains. Read this report, it is one of many illustrating the speedy relief from De Witt's Pills. Mrs. H. L. writes:—"For two years I suffered very badly front shoulder pains, dreading every change in the weather. These pains are gone for good, thanks to De Witt's Pills. The 1 first bottle had a wonderful effect— relief came after four doses. Now 1 enjoy splendid health, vigour and strength." De Witt's Pills act quickly because they : go direct to the root of the trouble—the kidneys. There is no long waiting for results. See how, within 24 hours of the first dose, this direct action is clearly shown. Give De Witt's Pills a fair trial and, with rheumatic pains ended, feel it's a pleasure to be alive. DeWittsfPill...

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Renmark Red Cross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Renmark Red Cross Fund Previously acknowledged £4,128/15/2; baby contest £7/5/10; collecting tins, No. .1001 12/9; 126l, 10/9; proceeds oil painting £2/7/-. £4,139/U/G. Comfort Fund Previously acknowledged, £1,989/16/5; Hamper appeal; balance Military Ball £4/11/-; market 6/11/42, £19/8/-. £2,018/16/5.

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Loxion D.C. Subscribes £500 to War Loan [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

lotion D.C. Subscribes £500 to War Loan The Loxton District Council at its meeting on Friday unanimously voted £500 to the Aus terity Loan. Cr. Petch (chairman) who pre sided said that the loan would be for five years and pointed out that tl"^» Government had taken one of the council's tractors for war work. The council had been thanked for thrs by the Army authorities, who had pointed out the val uable work the tractor was doing. A cheque for £815 had been received for the tractor. Councillors pointed out that the whole of their plant had now been paid for. This included the stone crusher which had cost about £1,000. Members stood in silence for one minute out of respect to those who had made the supreme sacri fice since the last meeting'. « The clerk (Mr. a. M. Hllbig) reported that in response to a request the Liquid Fuel Board had consented to allow the council 100 gallons of petrol, to be used if an outbreak of fire occurred during the summer in the district.' The Railway autho...

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