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THE CLUB MAIL BAG A HOLIDAY AT NOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

.tr.^£3i$iai»L|BAV AT NnnjRA I Dear "Mopoke"—On ^Thursday I travelled by train to Noora, to see Mr. and Mrs. "Wigglesworth where I am spending my holidays. They own the general store and' Post Offlqe. The farmers have commenced carting their wheat to the siding. After the wheat is weighed and- 'marked I push the bags on to a machine called an elevator which takes it up to the top of the stack and some men on the top of the stack take it and stack it ■up with the others. Every night I go out chasing1 rabbits. I haven't caught any yet, when I do Til put some salt on their tails. Next Sun day I am going out for a week on a farm. Please could you -tell me how manir rrtQrlrci T —BILLY PRICE. Box 286t Renmark. (You now have 14 points, Billy; it is a good plan to send in the solu tions to problems when you write— or better still each, week. Three points are awarded for these. I am sure you will have a happy holi day out there. Have- you any rab bit traps to' set? If not perhaps you couW ma...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ! Dear "Mopoke"—In the exam I gain ed 89 marks out of 12(k I got ten. out of ten for reading and nine out of ten for writing and geography. Spelling and mental are my weakest subjects. Father Christmas brought me a handbag, a brush and comb set an3 a game. My young sister received a rocker and my brother a blue wheelbarrow. On Christmas eve mother, Don, Caudis and our workman went to Kemnark and my sister and I Went to grandma's place and played with, our dolls. Taldra. -RTCRVT, irnfiH. 1 CWhat nice presents you and the other members of your family re ceived, Beryl. Cheerio.—"Mopoke/y TWO NEW MEMBERS from RAMCO Dear "Mopoke"—My sister and I wish to become members of your club. I am 12 years of age and my birth day is on the 17th of August. My sister, Shirley, is 10 years and her birthday is on the 17th September: Tours truly, Ramco. —LAUREL MODISTACH. (We are glad to welcome you to our club, Laurel.and Shirley* I hope we will.hear from you- often. Cheerio. —"Mopok...

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MFRTRAH Meribah, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MF/RTRAH Meribah, January 5. { Mrs. L. Webb and daughters have returned from the city.—Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brown and children spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs. W. T. Young.—Mr. arid Mrs. F. Curnow and Miss Joan Crouch spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crouch at Erindale.—Miss Laurel Davis has re turned to Adelaide after spending Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis.—Mr. Jack OrtlofC and his fiancee, and Miss Olga Ortloff spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. Ort loff at Moonah Bore.—Mr. and Mrs. A, Janz and Miss Mary Wooding have returned to the city after spending ! Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. W. Wood ing.—Miss .• Francie Petch spent the week-end as the guest of Miss Kathleen Petch.—Mrs. L. Verral went to Ade laide and brought her little son Don home for Christmas. Don has been an inmate of the Children's Hos pital and Somerton Convalescent Home for some months. He is progressing | well now, but returned to Somerton on Monday

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Alawoona S.P.F. Honour Roll [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Alawoona S.P.F. Honour Roll At the recent break-up of the Ala woona school, the complete S.PF: honour roll was read, as follows: Coral Theile 1941 badge, 6 bars, 1942 badge, 2 bars, 5 ^wing's, 1 aeroplane; Margaret Patrick, badge C bars, 5 wings, 1 aero plane; Eddie Koch 1941 and 1942 bad ges, 12 bars; Neil and James Hock ing 1941 and 1942 badges, 11 bars; Beverley Schultz, 1942 badge, 6 bars, 2 wings; Ken Fischer 1942 badge 6 bars, 1 wing; Rita Flint, Bob Blatch ford 1941-1942 baages, 6 bars; Petei Blum, Noel Blum, Peter Lock, John Atherton, 1941 badge G bars; Audrey fcsium, Roy Blum 1941 badge, 5 bars; Don Smith, Leu Smith, Ken "Watkins, C. Flint, L. Singh 1941 badge, 3 bars G. Lunnay, J. Blatchford 1941 badge, 2 bars; L. Eglington, E. Eglington R. Patrick badge and bar; R. Hocking 1941-1942 badges and 1 bar: J. How ard 1941-42 badge, 2 bars; Elsie Coon, D. Hoffman, Dulcie Hoffman, N. Blum, D. Blum, L,. Blum 1941-1942 Badges; B. Paull, M. E»aull. G. Lunnay, E. Jeffrey, B. Hillary,...

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Exemption of Export Levy On Rabbit Skins [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Exemption of Export Levy On Rabbit Skins Rabbit skins shipped overseas from Australia during the period January 1 to March SI, will be exempted from •sport levy under an order which has bow been (facetted. The Minister tor Commerce and Agriculture (Mr. 8eaUy) advises that the Government oonsldered this action desirable in the interests of trappers who were experiencing a lean period of low prices and also in the general interests •f primary' production. Mr. Scully Mid that the exemption would not apply to skins already bought for ex port aa the middleman would other ' wise get the benefit on such sklna and not the trapper. Severe actfon would be taken in the 3am of any persons endeavouring to exploit the exemption. The Minister further pointed out that early In Oc tober the Government had reduced the levy from 1/8 to 9d. per lb. and the further action now taken to ex empt skins entirely for a period of three months should give an added Incentive to rabbit destruction which was now e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

LOXTON MARKET Ikrsfcy, 14th Jamary at 11.80 a.m. 1,020 Sheep 1,020 159 Pigs 150 25 Cattle 25 20 Calves 20 . Poultry, Grain and Sundries GoUshroogli Mort & Co. lid. Will offer by public auction as above: SHEEP COMPRISE—60 fat wethers; SO fat wethers; CO fat wethers; 40 fat «wea; 20 fat ewes; 25 fat hoggets; 160 tat lambs In lots; 120 ewes; B0 store lambs; 100 hoppets; 250 mixed sheep. PIOS COMPRISE—Choppers; bacon •rs; porkers; stores and slips* CATTLE COMPRISE—3 fat cows; 8 tat yearlings; 2 fat heifers; 8 fat steers; 2 fat cows; 2 Jersey springers; 8 mixed cattle. , Conditions at Sals. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. Any client requiring terms must make arrangements with the auc tioneers prior to sale. Kindly Note: Pigs and calves to be yarded by 10 sum. R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Renmark Sub-Branch SPECIAL MEETING Monday, January 11th, at 8 p.m. All members specially- requested to attend. R. P. BENNETT, President. PUBLIC NOTICE The Management of JAMES' GREEN ROOM CAFE advises that on and afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MICKEY ROONEY, LEWIS STOWEJn^ , " "ANDY HARDY'S PRIVATE SECRETARY" '•f'vs\ ' WILLIAM BOYD, ANDY CLYDE in "OUTLAWS OF THE DESERT" WEDNESDAY, ROBERT YOUNGi LARRAlf TRIAL OF MARY DUGfflT JACKIE COOPER, BONJTA GRANVILLE In "GALLANT SONS" SATURDAY 1 MONDAY January 9 I'lMrrlmfVilin January 11 GINGER ROGERS, DENNIS MORGAN in "KITTY FOYLE" RICHARD CROMWELL, RITA QUIGLEY in "RIOT SQUAD" WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13 ' —-♦ . JOHN HOWARD in HAN WHO RETURNED TO LIFE" ALLAN JONES, SUSANNAH. FOSTER ,|fc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

This Fri, Sat, Moil ^ This Saturday Matinee Sat. 1.46 p.m. ONLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 RALPH RICHARDSON — DEBORAH KERR HUGH WILLIAMS in (Q) "THE DAY WILL DAWN" A Story of the Norwegian Campaign DANCE ROXY EVERY WED., 8.30 pan. OZONE Next Tues., Wed., Tlmrs. Matinee, Wednesday 146 p.m. That Crazy Combination of "BUCK PRIVATES" and "IN THB NAVY" BUD LOU ABBOT ^ COSTELLO return again In (G) "RIO RITA" with JOHN CARROL — KATHRYN GRAYSON Also EDDIE BRACKEN MARCH JUNE PREISLIER of In ★ TIME. "SWEATER GIRL" (A) NEWS REELS

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Glossop Primary School Break-up Glosson Januaty 5. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

GIossop Primary School Break-up rjlnssnn Tflniiowr "K 1 Many parents and friends were pres ent at the Gloss op Primary School break-up when the students were enter tained at Christmas parties. The head teacher (Mr. L. J. Kesting) was in charge of the older pupils, and the junior teacher (Miss Betty Mules) look ed after the children of the lower grades. Items were rendered by the children and games were enjoyed. The children received gifts of ice blocks, fruit and other good things, and spent a very happy time. The chairman of the School Com mittee (Mr. H. H. Stone) and Mr. E. D. Nitschke were present and pre sented prizes to those obtaining top position in their grades. All Q.C. candidates were successful. Prize winners were: Grade VII, Ken Smith'; grade VI, Gordon Brand; grade V, Margaret Norman; grade IV, Max Krause; grade III, Dick Small; grade II, Valerie Small; grade I, Geoffrey Brand; lower grade I, Bevan Creed. Opportunity was taken to say fare well to Miss Mules who will be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

In times of stress WRIGLEY'S CHEWING GUM quiets your nerves, soothes your throat, keeps you refreshed and mentally alert. Chewing WRIGLEY'S is . also Nature's way to strong, healthy teeth —providing much needed exercise. In addition it aids digestion, freshens die palate and sweetens the breath. Doctors and dentists recommend its daily use—especially for children. There are three flavours — PX (double distilled peppermint), Spear mint (essence of fresh garden mint) and Juicy Fruit (lusciously sweet). All are delicious, healthful and fragrant. They sweeten the breath. WRIGLEY'S is small in cost, but big in benefits. Buy half a dozen packets to-day and always keep a supply handy. Give some to the children, too—they'll love it. JUICY FRUIT WRIGLEY'S CHEWING GUM Three delicious flavours. An Australian product. On sale everywhere. ... . AU18 PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE Glen Osmond, S.A. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPAL—MISS R. E. POWELL, M.A., Dip. Ed. From Kindergarten to L...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

WEDDING' PARKER—HAM EISTER The Riverton Methodist Church was the scene of a pretty wedding, when the marriage of Fay. only daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. A. H. Hamelster, of Loxton, to L.A.C. Elliott W., sec ond eon of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Parker "Avo'nburn", Riverton, was celebrated. The bride, who entered the church with her father, was a beautiful fig ure in an imported grown of white net with chantilly "lace circular insets from the heart-shaped neckline to flowing train. The hemline was fin ished with a band of pleated net. Her long tulle veil was caught to the head with a cluster of flowers. She car ried a bouquet of white flowers. The bride was attended by Miss V. Hosking as bridesmaid and Mrs Davey, matron of honour. They were frocked alike in pink flowered organ die with picture hats. The bride groom was attended by Mr. I. Par ker (brother) as best man, and Mr. D. Driscoll was groomsman. The bride's mother wore a smart blue en semble with black hat and matching accessories. The br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stocks of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1. Dr. Williams' PINK PILLS HELP TO BANISH ANAEMIA AND ITS DEPRESSING SYMPTOMS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Earn More Money! COUNTF?Y TOWN AGENTS WANTED BY WELL-KNOWN FIRM. N£WF acevtssuitable A.-9- * TO I.C. S.r v 41P5, f.PD, cyd.cy THE METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGE Wayville, S.A. HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS, B.Sc., DIP. ED. The Methodist Ladles' College offers to its students the best of In struction, comprehensive in range and permeated with Christian in fluences. In the Boarding House every care is taken to make the life of the girls pleasant and happy, and their health is under the personal super vision of the Medical Officer and the Matron. . Special attention is given to Sports and Physical Training—each girl being encouragied to play cricket and tennis in summer, and hockey, basketball or badminton in winter. A Prospectus will be sent on application to the Hon. Secretary, Mr. R. H. Cotton, 106 Currie. Strefeti Adelaide. The first Term of ISt43wlH,.:commence on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S. Early Application Is Desirable.

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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Conducted by "MOPOKE*' ^ Leading Points Jennifer Samuel (Loxton) 1/2/42 99 Ruth Anderson (Loxton) 26/2/42 96 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 91 Iaobel Wood (Renmark) 2/|4/42 84 Max Bcholz (V oveday) 21/3/42 .. ..68 Peter Brodie (Paruna) 13/3/42) 65 Margaret Blight (Waik.) 1/8/42 59 Rita Hint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 49 Myra Nltschke (Loveday) 12/5/42 .. 41 Mavla Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 .. .. 40 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .. .. 39 Helen Newmap (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39' Honda Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/48 .. 31 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 31 David Sale? (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 28 Margaret Kubank (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Robert Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 .. .. 24 Joyce Francis CWaikeri'e) 29/5/42 22 Lin Bettlson (Mt Mary) 28/7/42 22: Laurie Wyman (Barmeral 30/8/42 .. .. 211 PameU Arney (Wanbl) 12/5/42 .. .. 21

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Desmond Heinlckff (Glossop)' who wlH fee 13 on) January 8; Mary Altschvrager (Bar mera) 14 on January 9; Ross Belli (Ramco) 10 on January 10; Leo Doecke (Renmark) 13 on January 10; Rita Flint (Alawoona) 14 on January 10; Mina Webber (Monash) 13 on Janu ary 10; Lance Mann (Pata) 16 on January 11'; Ivan Marshall (Morkalla> 16 on January 11.

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Matinee Ticket Winners [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Matinee Ticket Winners Complimentary tickets to the Ozone Theatre matinee are this week awarded to Billy Price, Box 286, Benmark, and Beryl Koch, Taldra, for neat and In teresting: letters.

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Solutions to Problems [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Solutions to Problems T, Onion; 2, cucumbei'; 3, leeks; 4, Peas; 5, cabbages; 6, parsnips, 7, lettuce; 8, marrow or carrot; 9, turn ips; 10, beetroot.

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"Christmas Toys" Competition [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

"Christmas Toys" Competition The competition in making words from the letters in "our Christmas toys" brought forth some splendid work. MaTgaret Blight's entry was outstanding; she sent in 393 words. I was unable to find some of these in either of my 'dictionaries, and in some others Margaret had used an "n" which actually was not included in the phrase. However, her total was easily a winner. Two entries were unsigned, so I hope the clubmates concerned will write in and claim their points. Detailed results: Margaret Blight (Waikerie )374 words, 10 points; Peter Brodie (Paruna), 330, 7 points; Ivy Traeger* (Loxton) 250, 6 points; Beth Francis (Waikerie) 156, Nigel (or Jen nifer Samuel) Loxton 160, each 3 points; Joyce Francis (Waikerie) 140, and another unsigned 139/two points each.

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This Week's Problems HIDDEN GIRLS' NAMES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

This Week's Problems HIDDEN GIRLS' NAMES 1. Will she lend me her bicycle? 2. Have you seen my raincoat any where? 3. They had a good time on their skates. 4. Dan, Ned, and Tom were also there. 5. The Vaal River is in South Africa. 6. Can you dance the Lambeth Walk? 7. Truth is stranger than fiction. 8.,The cock atoo lives in Australia. —Isabel Rawnsley, Loveday.

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Rivoli Theatre, Berri. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943

Rivoli Theatre, Berri. Saturday, January 16.—A beautiful girt, magnificent clothes, fast dialogue and clever acting are merged in the outstanding: comedy hit/ "The Lady Eve." Bafbara Stanwyck plays the title role, opposite Henry Fonda. Judy Garland atnd Freddie I^irtholomew head-the cast In "Listen Darling." Wednesday,, January. 20—"The NaT? Steps Out" features George Murphy and Lucille Ball. > "Cowboy Serenade',' is xn^de to please even the m6st ex acting Autry fan. ; Its. dare-devilry, lilting tunes, and broad farcial comedy make an instant hit. " Gene himself Is a' whole show as the Cattlemen's Association operative -who goes to the rescue of a young friend, JimmyAgnew. ) Ati try receives excellent support from ■ Smiley Burnett® as his comic team mate, and. gorgeous Fay McKenzie.

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