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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
CRICKET Renmark 40 (Grosvenor 25 n.o., House 7/17, Olds 3/21)'; No. 10 Camp 96 (Wescombe 17, Olds 11, Kelly 10, Heading, Lindner, 2 wickets). " NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES — Barmera v. Group 11; Renmark v. Berri; No. 9 v. No. 10. » Renmark team—Dyer, Marshall, Pitt, Seekamp, Ruedlger, Harrington, C. Norton, Grosvenor, Roberts, NattraBB, K. Matulick. Reserves — Rogers, Lautoe, Lindner, Tlndall, §tfiReham, i Wood.
Morgan School Break-up Morgan, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
Morgan School Break-up Morgan, December 29. This year the Morgan school break up took the form of a children's party, arranged by the Infant Welfare Club. The children enjoyed, afternoon tea, ice cream, and games. Each child was presented with a bag of home made sweets and nuts During the afternoon the head mas ter (Mr. J. Norman) addressed parents and children, and announced the re sults of the Qualifying examination. The three candidates gained their certificates and Brian Cross came first with (S12 marks. Mr. Norman also made a presentation to Miss Randell on behalf of the school children. Mrs. T. M. A-Vhelan &lt;"I.W. Club president) presented first and second prizes to each grade. The vice-president, (Mrs. H. Asplin) made a presentation to Miss Randell on behalf of the par ents. Mrs. Davis who is leaving the district received a farewell gift from club members.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
' AUSTRALIA'S VOICE FROM MOSCOW JOHN FISHER, whose war comment aries from Russia, are heard in the A.B.C. National programme at 11.20 p.m. on the night of reception, and at 7.15 the following morning—4 a.m. on Sundays. Mr. Fisher is a son of the late Andrew Fisher, one-time Prime Minister of Australia.
IN NEW GUINEA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
IN NEW GUINEA DUDLEY LE&GETT It in charge of Hie A.B.C.'s No. I Field Unit In New Guinea. He was the first Australian correspondent to enter Kolcoda In the reeent advance. His recorded, accounts of New Guinea fighting are being broadcast frequently in the A.B-C. Field Unit sessions. The principal one of these is at 9.15 a.m. E.O.S.T. on Sundays (National Network). 0j
St. Augustine's Day School Concert and Prize Giving [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
St. Augustine's Day School Concert and Prize Giving In spite of_ an excessively sultry night the pupils of St. Augustine's Day Scliool, Renmark, presented a splendid concert at their break-up. The outstanding items were a Christ mas tableau with three children sing ing "Holy Night" and a short play entitled "Dick Whittington". All the items were of outstanding merit. In his annual report the Rector made reference to the increased size ot the school which, he thought, was" due to the standard of the school and the now recognized abilities of the tea chers. He said that a suggestion had been made to include a grade V class next year, but the committee had -decided to continue the school only to grade IV and enrol children from 3 years of age. Amongst the- prizewinners were Gay van Dussa, Ruth" Humphrey, Rosemary Burns and Margaret Hazelgrove who ear.h received the Diacessan certificate of Merit for which SO per cent must be obtained in every subject. Those who came top of their grade ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
CHURCH NOTICES Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, JANUARY 3. RENMARK—11 a.m. Supply 7 p.m.—Rev. P. V. Hansen. Cov enant Service and Communion.. RENMARK NORTH—11 a.m. — Rev. F. V Hansen. CMAFFEY—2 p.m. Rev. F. V. Hansen. Wilkinson Memorial Congregation, Renmark (Presbyterian CTwrch Associated) SUNDAY, JANUARY 3. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. REV. L. G. KAY N.B.—From January 10th the ev ening services will comiftence at 7.30, for the fruit harvest. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, JANUARY 34 RENMARK—7 p.m. Preaching Ser vice. BERRI—10.30 a.m. Preaching Ser vice. BARMERA (Institute) — 3 p.m. Preaching Service. Rev. O. W. Backen. United Ev. Lutheran - SUNDAY, JANUARY 3 PARINGA—10.30 a.m. Preaching. H.C. LYRUP—7.30 Preaching. H.C. E. G. Stolz, Pastor.
RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
RENMARK AIR ROSTER I MONDAY, January 4—0100 hrs., A. Jones'; 0400, IC. Hosking; 0700, W. Williams, L. "Woods; 1000, H. Evans; 1300, J. Rohde; 1G00, Miss K. Coombs; 1900, Miss N. Richter; 2200, C. Ren dell TUESDAY, 0100 his., H. Schuberi; 0-100, O. Freeman; 0700, W. Burns; 1000, Mrs. J. Price; 1300, Mrs. R. Swan; 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900, Mrs. R. Jacka; 2200, A. Hickey. WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Jones; 0400, R. Hameister; 0700, E. Jenkins; 1000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Mrs. G. Ha,m ister; 1600, M. Green; 1900, D. Ol orenshaw; 2200, D. Ryder. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Ridgrwell; 0400, I,. Haynes; 0700,' J. Jenkins; 1000, if re. J. Price: 1300, Mrs. E. MatuUck; 1600, Mies 3. Olorenshaw; 1900, Miss B. Olorenshaw; 2200, it. Simmons. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., K. . Weidenhof er; 0400, Jj. Lellmann; 0700, W. Wil liams, Xi. Woods; 1000, Mrs. 1>. Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Miss M. Ham ister; 1600, W. Board; 1900, Miss J. Steei'; 2200, B. Steer. . SATURDAY, 0100 hrs., W. Smith; 0400, G. Ward; 0700, D. Le...
T. & G. MUTUAL LIFE SOCIETY STRONG POSITION Melbourne, 17th December 1942. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
T. & G. MUTUAL LIFE SOCIETY STRONG POSITION Melbourne. 17th December 1942. The Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting of Uie T. & G. Mutual Life Society was held to-day. The chairman, Mr. J. T. Thompson, announced that the New business completed in the Ordinary and Industrial Departments comprised 125,664 policies assuring £12,058,342; 47,915 Policies, equal to 38 per cent of the total issued, being taken out by existing members. The Total Income increased by £312,130 U £7,107,335 of which £5,475,780 w;»s received in Premimum and the r/.\!ance, £1,631,555, from Investments. The Interest earned on the Mean Fund* was £4/S/l per cent, while a consid erable reduction in the expense rate was achieved. Payments to Policyholders reached the record sum of £3,094,033 of which Endowments matured with bonuses amounted to the large total of £2,002,862. Death Claims amounted to £709,596- Although the Society's assets are well secured the Board de cided that under present circumstances it was...
NADDA Nadda, December 28 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
NADDA Nadda, December 28 Mrs. C. A. Cock6hell and daughter "Mary have returned home from a holiday in the city, Clarendon and Blanchetown.—Mrs. A. J. Cckshell has returned- to Paruna after - visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Zimmermann.—. Miss P. Rounsevell Is spending the school vacation with her parents.—. MIps P. E. Mica left has left for a holiday in the "city,—Mra. L. Sura merton.of Mackari^ is spending holi days wfth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JL W. Multar.
Maximum Prices for Used Cars [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
Maximum Prices for iJsed Cars The announcement by Professor Copland, Prices Commissioner, of a revision in the maximum, prices per missable in Australia for the resale of used motor cars, will make a consid erable difference to the motorists de sirous of selling their cars, particularly those who' pur chased. their new vehicles from 1987 to 1940, says the Durilop Bulletin. Professor Copland stated that, fol lowing representations -made by the automobile industry," a new .scale of permissible maximum prices had been decided upon. Following are the amended percentages baBed. on the original retail list price of any par ticular model. The percentage figures shown in parenthesis are those fixed fn the original order:— One year 90 per cent (86 per cent), more than one and up to two years 85 f per cent (75 per cent); two-three years 80 per cent (65 per cent), three-four years 75 per oent (60 per cent), four five years 65 per cent (55 per cent), five-Bix years 55 per cent ('50 per cent), s...
Mrs. Arthur Dalton Of Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
Mrs. Arthur Dalton Of Renmark At the Renmark Hospital on Decem ber 15, the death occurred of Mrs. Arthur &nbsp; Dalton, an old and widely respected Ren mark resident. Born at Port Lincoln to &nbsp; 1868, she was Miss Adelaide Ann Larking before her marriage, which took place at Cleve in 1892. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton lived at Pabmana and Cleve for seven years be fore going to Nalpa station for two years, &nbsp; They next lived at Highland Valley, and &nbsp; after 11 years here came to Renmark in 1911. &nbsp; Soon after arrival in the irrigation set tlement, Mr. Dalton purchased the fruit property on Bookmark Avenue on which they remained until retiring in 1936 to live at Glenelg. On account of Mrs. Dal ton's health, she and her husband return ed early this year to live at their old home with her daughter, Mrs. H. P. Hagen. Mrs. Dalton was actively connected with the Renmark West Union Church for a num ber of years, being a member of the la dies' ...
OBITUARY Mrs. Eliza Pendle, River Pioneer [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
OBITUARY &nbsp; Mrs. Eliza Pendle, River &nbsp; Pioneer &nbsp; Mrs. Eliza Pendle, of Morgan, who passed away as the result of an accident, at Glenelg recently, came of a Roffshire Scottish family who lived for many years on the west coast of that country. Mrs. Pendle was greatly interested in Red Cross work since the war commenced and was visiting her sister, Mrs. W. Fisk, wife of an ex-mayor of Glenelg. She was leaving Glenelg to attend Red Cross meeting in Adelaide—the last for the twelve months, and while waiting for a train she collapsed, fell and broke her thigh. She was re- moved to a private hospital at Glen elg and passed away on December 17 &nbsp; Deceased, who was a, member of the Mclntyre family, was 75 years of age and had lived at Morgan for fifty years. The remains were interred at Morgan in the family grave plot on December 18 when a large crowd assembled at the graveside. The &nbsp; Rev. Evans (Church of England) offi- ciated a...
Mrs. P. T. Drabsch, Loxton [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 31 December 1942
Mrs. P. T. Drabsch, Loxton The death occurred at Loxton re cently of Mrs. P. T. Drabsch, after a long illness. Mrs. Drabsch was born at Lobethal on 4th December 1861 and moved with her parents to Palmer at the age of eight years. The deceased was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johann Carl Seidel, and was married to Mr. Paul Theodor Drabsch, in the Palmer Lutheran Church on February 28, 1889. the late Rev. L. E. Kuss officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Drabsch lived in Mannum till 1901, although Mr. Drabsch began clearing land in Loxton in 1895 as one of the earliest settlers. (He clear ed the hill on which the Lutheran Church, hall and manse now stand). In 1901 Mr. and Mrs. Drabsch moved to Media, and after 17 years there shifted to the Loxton township in 1918. The late Mrs. Drabsch first became ill about 10 years ago, and from that time began to fail. The golden anniver sary of her marriage was observed in 1939. Throughout her long ill ness the deceased was attended at home by her three...
Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943
Roxv and Ozone Theatres J The Ozone Theatre, Renmark on. Friday, Saturday and Monday, and the Boxy Theatre next Saturday only will screen the sensational picture, "The Day Will Dawn". This picture deals with the Nazi occupation of Norway and stars Ralph Richardson, Deborah Kerr, and Hugh Williams. The sup porting attraction is "The Saint's Va cation'' starring Hugh Sinclair as the "Saint". On the same programme there will be a splendid news session. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY They're here again! Those crazy comedians of "Buck Privates" and "In the Navy", Bud Abbot and L»ou Cos tello return again in "Rio Rita" to gether with John Carrol and Kathryn Grayson, screening at the Ozone Theatre next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (''matinee on Wednesday). "Sweater Girl" is the title of the sup porting feature and has June Pries lier and Eddie Bracken in the cast. Also on this programme is a March of Time and a splendid news session. On Wednesday there will be another of those popular op...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943
CHEAP CASH COLUMN wAnted to sell T?ANK PAY-IN Books obtainable from "The Murray Pioneer" for I all Banks. No need to get them from the city. QOCKY CHAFF for sale. Apply G. J. Eckermann, Paringa. "POR SALE — Young cow, Jersey cross, second calf, extremely quiet, lady or child milk. H. Carter, Phone 45, Barmera. TITORRIS 30 cwt truck, well shod, running order, quick sale, reason able offer. Particulars Forbe's Gar age, Renmark. TMcCARTHUR MOTOR WRECKERS, 12 West Terrace, Adelaide. Stock new and used motor parts, accessories, batteries, etc., for all makes and models. Also engines for boats or stationary work, axles, wheels and springs for trailers, jinkers, etc., cheap. Phone CGG84 (two lines). Box 18a G.P.O., Adelaide. Call or write for quotes. Prompt attention. CELL 1&2C Chev. rear axle complete ^ with wheels and tyres. L. Lell rrmnn, 13th St., Renmark. OEL>L—One only Tasma model 575 ^ Console Broadcast. 4-valve battery receiver, slightly used, as new, com plete, batterie...
Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943
Rivoli Theatre, Berri Saturday, January 9=—"Andy Hardy's Private Secretary" reassembles the popular' Hardy Family for the eighth time. Lewis Stone appears as the judge, Mickey Roor.ey as Andy, Fay Holden as Ma Hardy, Sara Haden as Ailnt Milly and Ann Rutherford as Polly Benedict. ' The action, of "Out laws of the Desert" takes place 1b Arabia. William Boyd ("Hopalong Cassldy"), Andy Clyde and Brad King find themselves up to their ears 1b desert warfare, when "Hoppy" is as signed to purchase Arabian horses and transport them back to America for the Army. Wednesday, January IS.—"The Trial of Mary Dugan" is a sensational court drama, with Robert Young and Lar aine Day^ heading the cast. Comedy relief is furnished by Marjorie Main and Marsha Hunt. Jackie Cooper, Bonita GranViUe, Gen.e Jieynolds and other clever'young sters Single hilarious adventure with thrills and tense dramatic moments In "Gallant Sons", story of childhood loy&ltites. It deals with high school youngsters, min...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943
wanted to sell VUANTED TO SELL—Quality Jeraqy '* Heifer, 3} years, calve any day, quiet, tether. Ring Barmera #1. ■ ■ LOST AND FOUND T OST.. .between Whitehead's corner aud water tower, two latch keys, 1 Yale, 1 Poole tied on piece o£ green ribbon. Return beys collect &/-. Vf. Whitehead, Singer Sewing Machines, Renmark. : — | OST—Gold brooch enseribed Pam ela, last Thursday in Town of Ren mark. Reward. Thvs oflice. | OST—Would lady with little girl wha picked up blue clotlx Teddy Bear last week, kindly return to this office. "Keepsake." —— —— T OST in Renmark Town, one Spec ■" tacle lens. Finder kindly return to this office. Reward. WANTED TO BUY T)UY stone house, Berri district. Pay spot cash. Box 238, Berri. — TMMERSION Heater or A.C. E.ectric Jug A wanted. "Hot Water," this office. VfTANTED—11 inch Centrifugal pump * * or near size and cart saddle. Apply Les Hart, Taplan . : WANTED TO BUY—Child's pusher or strollet, reasonable condi tion. Apply Box 289, or iPhone 75, Renm...
Loxton Schioll Breake-up Loxton. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943
Loxton. January S. A number of parents and friends assembled at the Loxton H.P. School when the prizes and certificates Were distributed. .Nancy Gordon was dux of the Qualifying examination and re ceived a fountain pen (donated by Mr. G. L. Chinner, chairman of the school committee). In Mr. Chinner's absence the presentation was made by Mr. B. Preston. Claire Habel gained second place. Domestic arts c&lt;yiificates were gained by all the girls and woodwork certificates by the boys. The head teacher (Mr. Habich) on behalf of the etaff, children and parents; made a presentation to Miss I. Koch, a mem ber of the staff who is resigning to be married . His remarks were sup ported by Mrs. T. Kingdon (president of the Infant Welfare Club). Miss Koch responded. The children were treated to ice cream and lollies. Honour List.—Grade I, Shirley Shad ow 1, Joan Habel 2; gr. II, Nigel Sam uel i, Claire Kingdon, Josephine Do man (tied) 2; gr. Ill, Bruce Proud, Lor raine Shadow; gr. IV, La...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943
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