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Mr. and Mrs. C.'H.;,Hirth left for Adelaide yësterday morning to epend a fortnight's holiday in*the city. They will stay with their daughter and son in:lawi Mr. and Mrs. B. Partridge,
Tòrrenòville. |; . /,
Mr. C D, Spring, fifom the Adelaide office of the Savings pSank of South Australia, is relieving/1 feller at the local branch during the absence of Mr. L. D. J. Davles.;; Mr. Davies is relieving the Millicent Manager (Mr. Rr F,. Folkinghorne)/: whò is indis posed. \ : '
The . condition of Mr. L. A. deGaris; who was admitted ] to the Mount Gambier General Hospital on Satur day, was reported to-day. to be quito satisfactory. }
Mr. Theo Green, son if Miv and Mrs. H. L. Green, öf Gray (Street, returned from Adelaide yesterday evening after passing his examination for entrance to -the R.A.A.F. He- is> now awaiting his call.up. ■·■
The Inspector of Infant .Schools in South Australia (Miss F. Bíake) is making her annual visit to the Mount Gambier Infant School.
Miss Smith, of thè Psychology
Department, is making the annual inspection of the Opportunity Class at the Mount Gambier Primary School.
Private E. Gamble is spending a few days' leave with his wife in Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier.
News of the appointment as Sub Lieutenant of Naval-Cadet Arch Mc Arthur has been received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. McArthur, of Millicent.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Werchon, of North Adelaide, formérly of Millicent, have been notified ttyat their son, Private Max Werchon, has been wounded in action in thè Middle East. Private . Werchon ellsted from Milli cent with tho, first Forestry Unit, and left Australia in 1940.
A large gathering extended a wel come home to Private R. Manhood, of Millicent, in the St. Clair School on October 24. Private Manhood, who saw service in the Middle East, was wounded in the arm in July.