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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
»Sdcletrli MRS. E. S. EDMONSON, Society Editor—Phone 534 Party In Honor Os Alvin Sisk Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sisk were hosts to about 225 persons at a very delightful party at their home on Pajarito street Friday night, honor ing their son, Alvin Sisk, who re cently returned from long service with the Army in India and China. Dancing was enjoyed, with music furnished by the Mariachis, and delicious refreshments were served. Unity Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, has donated to the Arizona Chapter funds to purchase a ceiling projector for use of patients in gov ernment hospitals, as a Christmas gift for War Service. Nogales Theater Phone 257 Friday, Dec. 21 ALL SPANISH PROGRAM MARIA FELIX en “La Monja Alferez” con Angel Carasa, Jose Cibrian Saturday Only, Dee. 22 Continuous from 1 to 11 P.M. 2 ACE HITS CO-HIT ROY CORRIGAN in “The Kid’s Last Ride” Sunday Only, Dec. 23 '••••:> THRILLS OF THE ROY SRTrogers mui ’'TRIGGER” ?, The smartest Horse in SPANISH PICTURE Matinee Only Nini Marshall en “Yo Quiero Ser Bataclaina” Mon. - Tues. - Wed. Dec. 24-26 Thursday Only. Dec. 27 i double feature program PLUS W4.P.THUR DALE St Andrew’s Guild Holds Christmas Party Ladies of Saint Andrew’s Auxili ary Guild held a Christmas party Monday afternoon at the parish hall, following their regular business meeting. Mrs. John Atkinson and Mrs. B. i J. Jones were the committee in charge. A beautifully decorated tree from which gifts were exchanged, the singing of chorals by the group, a vocal selection, “Silent Night,” by Gwenyth Atkinson and refreshments highlighted the afternoon. Those present were Mesdames H. J. Karns, W. E, Carroon, Nona White, Mac Hall, Robert Johnson, B. J. Jones, George W. Spohn, E. A. Titcomb, Charlotte Stauffer, Anna Noon, H. W. Hamblin, A. Sandoval, J. B. Payne, Harold Stiles, John At kinson, Rev. J. Atkinson, Misses Trina Jund, Pearl Marleau, Etta Mae Lewis. Sigrid Maitrejena and Gwyneth Atkinson. ********* Bridal Shower In Honor Os Betty Lytle Miss Betty Lytle was the inspira tion for a bridal shower last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Clell Schrader. Cocktails were followed by a de lectable dinner. Miniature figures of bride and groom flanked by white tapers in silver candelabra provided an attractive centerpiece for the dinner table. Present were Misses Betty Lytle, Mrs. Enrique Hambleton, Mrs. Virgil Walker, Miss Martha Guerrero, Mrs. Pierre Baffert, Mrs. Aurora Mars ton, Mrs. R. T. Fleischer, Mrs. Mer ritt Rundle, Mrs. Luisa Fleischer, Mrs. Wilda Carter, Mrs. Robert H. Fleischer, Mrs. David Shreve, Miss Irma Fleischer, and Mrs. Clell Schrader. SHOWER FOR BRIDE Misses Ann Marie Bonorand, Margot Carreno and Delia Ramirez honored bride-elect Yolanda Joffroy at a delightful miscellaneous shower last week at the Bonorand home on Dunbar Drive. An enjoyable time was had by members of the younger group, and Miss Joffroy received many lovely gifts. • ******** RAINBOW DANCE The Elks ballroom has seldom been more beautifully decorated than it was Wednesday evening for the Nogales Order of Rainbow Girls’ annual co-ed holiday ball. A large crowd was in attendance, and the formal was a pronounced suc cess. ********* CHRISTMAS DINNER Mr. and Mrs: S. M. Arnold will have as guests for Christmas din ner, Mr. and Mrs. G. Witherspoon, iMr. and Mrs. Larry Kesler of Tuc json, Mrs. McCaffery, Miss Dorothy ; McCaffery, and their daughter, Noreen Arn9ld, who will be home from school in Tucson for the holi days. ********* Monday night, complimentary to Miss Yolanda Joffroy, members of the Club Azteca entertained with a kitchen shower at the home of Mrs. Carmen Gonzalez, ********* Walter Holm, Jr., is expected home from Harvard University for the Christmas vacation. Adobe Picture Deadline Set For Jan, sth; Annual To Be Enlarged The Adobe staff has been very busy for quite some time now, work ing on the 1946 Adobe which prom ises to be a very good one. Last week was a very busy one for the staff as well as for the stu dents, as most of the pictures for the Adobe were taken. The Linder Studio photographer undertook the 'job of taking pictures of the classes, clubs, and organizations. The Twinco Publishing Company, the same company which published the 1945 Adobe, has already been contracted to do this year’s annual The general arrangement has al ready been worked out and the pub lishers have sent a preview, or ; “dummy" of the Adobe. | It has been revealed that the cover jwill be white with an embossed I Spanish mission it. The theme that ; has been chosen will be an Honor Roll theme. The dedication shall be to the missions and mission I founders. Now that the war is over, the an nual will be able to contain more pages, and about twenty pages have been set aside for snap shots. The i athletic section also promises to be jvery interesting. NOGALES INTERNATIONAL— Yolanda Joffroy Honored At Pre-Nuptial Shower At a pre-nuptial shower of mis cellaneous gifts, Miss Yolanda Jof froy was honor guest Tuesday even ing at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Julio Pina, Jr., on Court street. Beautiful gifts were opened and admired by all. Silver and white set off by colorful poinsetta and pine cones effectively decorated the table. A delectable supper was served by the hostess, Mrs. Pina, assisted by Mrs. P. E. Baffert and Mrs. Encinas. Included in the g-uest list were Mesdames Alberto Joffroy, William j Baffert, Dolores Gamble, Manuel Bonorand, Russo Espinosa, Robert i Fleischer, Clell Schrader. James Mans on. E. Paredes, Fortunato Ma zon, Rudy Fina, Estrella Carreno, Enrique Torres. Julio Pina, Sr., Hilda Espinosa, Consuelo Holler, Mable Itule. Armida Fernandez Moreno, Henry Hambleton, William j Shane, Ronald Cluff. Remigio Agui - j lar. Francisco Elias, Jr., Francisco Elias, Sr., Alfredo Mix, Francisco Arriola, Jose Elias, Octavio Elias, Pierre Baffert, Arsenio Espinosa, Sr., Estaban Ibarrola, Sr., Estaban Ibarrola, Jr., Robert Hoeffer, Felipe Leon, Mario Saldamando, Fernando Valdez Banda, Francisco Villaescu sa, Amalia Bonillas, Beatriz Guer rero, Concepcion Astiazaran, Man uel Osete, Jose Velasco, Belen Vas ques Gudino. Misses Irma Fleischer, Carmen Gonzalez, Aurelia Joffroy, Amelia Joffroy, Evangeline Joffroy, Margot Carreno, Mary Louise Joffroy, Miss Yolanda Joffroy. ********* Betty Paradis Bride Os Missourian Cpl. William Wilkins ,of St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Betty J. Paradis of Nogales, Ariz., were married De cember 17th by Dr. O. A. Smith, minister of the United Churches Fellowship. They were attended by Mr. Lewis Paradis, Mrs. Evelyn Paradis and Mrs. Lee Harmon, father, mother and sister of the bride. Cpl. Wilkins was recently honor ably discharged from service in the 2nd Army where he served in its campaigns through northern Africa and later the invasions of Sicily and Italy. Prior to that term of service he was stationed in Nogales with a ' detachment of the Cavalry. The bride is a Nogales girl and graduated from the high school here. The young couple left for their home in St. Louis Wednesday. Xmas Pageantry Dominates School Programs Christmas pageantry and music dominated the program held in the auditorium last Friday morning by members of Nogales High School. Music was under the direction of Miss Virgie Walker. In the afternoon, a variety pro gram was offered at the Junior High assembly in the gym. Danc ing, choruses, readings and instru mental music were warmly applaud ed, as well as numerous vocal solos. Throughout the afternoon, par ties were held in home rooms all through the schools, with happy ex changes of gifts and delightful refreshments. One room vied with another in colorful and artistic decoration of trees and rooms, and everywhere a spirit of happiness and good will reigned. Students were recessed Friday afternoon until after the New Year. Since this year’s Adobe will be larger and many new revisions will made, the total cost wfll be more than has ’been anticipated. The Adobe has undertaken the sale of soda pop at all the games and dances, and has had skits in the assemblies to promote the sale of Adobes. One hundred and eighty two have been sold, forty-two of them by the star salesman. Ramona Chrisman. In order to economize, and get a discount on the cost of publication, the staff is going to have the whole Adobe sent to the publishers by an early date. This means that all the faculty, junior, and senior pictures must be in by January sth, which will be the deadline. All persons wishing to turn snap shots in may do so right now, to any of the following persons: Mr. Engleman, Sponsor; Lydia Karam, Editor; Robert Fleischer, Business Manager, or Evelyn Chernin, head of the snap shot department. Two prominent Juniors who are also in the staff are Ada Puchi, Assistant Editor, and Robert Hathaway. As sistant Business Manager. (N.H.S. Apache Warcry) Xmas Program At St. Andrew’s Church Monday St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church School will present a Christmas program Monday evening, December 24, at 7:30. Part I will be a skit in which Mrs. Florence Titcomb, as Grand ma, will be entertained by the fol lowing numbers: Mickey Callaghan’s song, “Little Drops of Water”; Paddy Calla ghan’s verse, “Christmas Is Com ing”; Roger Frink, “Jplly Old St. Nicholas” (song); Eleanor Pendle ton, “Santa Claus Will Soon Be Here” (verse); Jean Gabbard and Shiela Dorothy, “The Toyman’s Shop” (verses); Ginga and Georgia Bowman, “Jingle Bells” (song); and Julie Byars, “O Christmas Tree” (song). The second phase of the program will be sacred in theme and consist of vocal ensembles, solos and verses. Gertrude Corcoran will announce the ensuing numbers: “When We Welcome Christmas” (solo), Gwyneth Atkinson; Bible Reading, “The Christmas Story,” Gertrude Corcoran; “Silent Night” (ensemble), Kindergarten-Primary. “Christmas Story” (verses), Dina, Taki, Mary, Barbara, Tony and Niki Kyriakis; “Little Baby in the Manger” (ensemble); “The First Christmas Tree” (solo), Suzanne Medlen; “The Dear Little Jesus” (ensemble); “What Would I Give Him Poor as I Am?” (song), Sigrid Maitrejean and Mary Kyriakis. “Christmas Bells” (ensemble); “Glad Christmas Is Coming” (en semble); “Christmas Song” (solo), Rose-Marie Frink; “Away in a Manger” (ensemble); “Sleep Baby Sleep” (ensemble); “Song of Thanks” (verse) Dora Atwood; “Praise Him! Praise Him!” (en semble); “O Come to My Heart Lord Jesus” (ensemble). The Rev. John Atkinson will give a Christmas message as part three. The fourth and last section of the progam will be a surprise arranged and prepared by Mrs. Herman Med len, Mrs. Paul Frink and Mr. At kinson. Mrs. Fred Gilmore will prompt Part I which was written by Mrs. Frink. Other teachers in the Kindergaiv ten-Primary department are: Joan Gilmore and Gertrude Corcoran. ********* Mrs. G. Witherspoon, who has been holding a position in Wichita Falls, Texas, arrived here yesterday to join her husband, genial assistant manager of J. C. Penney Co. here. The two are the house guests until the first of the year of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Arnold. Mayor and Mrs. James Robins are expecting their daughter. Miss Vir ginia Ann Robins, from Phoenix, for the holidays. *** ****** Miss Mary Ann Myers has been pledged to Alpha Rho Tau art honorary society and has also been elected to the vice-presidency of Alpha Phi sorority at the University of Arizona. Miss Mary Allen Smith, who also attends the university, has been pledged to Zeta Phi Eta, na tional speech honorary society. ********* Miss Vivian Reed and Mrs. Doris Bynon are Nogales teachers spend ing Christmas in Phoenix. Jjews \ 7 NEW SEASON’S f ( FASHIONS DEMAND | [ FRESH COMPLEXION K x. Kb pius DOROTHY Gray GUavislmcf. Cj’icuaiA Use Dorothy Gray Cleansing Grains to give your skin a sparkling-clean look. A stimulat ing cleansing treatment for skin burdened with conspicuous, grime-filled pores. Helps ease out the surface dirt gently, quickly. Gives your complexion a smooth er, fresher appearance! Owl Drug Store NOGALES, ARIZ., FRIDAY, DEC. 21, 1945 Churches Anticipate Large Crowds At Christmas Services Churches are anticipating capa city crowds of worshippers on this first peacetime Christmas. Midnight Christmas Masses with special music will be held at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church and the Church of the Sacred Heart. Sabbath school groups will meet for programs and parties for the young people. The Methodist - Congregational Fellowship Sunday School will have a program and party following a candlelight procession which will begin at 7:30 Sunday evening. Young people of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church will celebrate on Christmas Eve at 7:30 in the parish hall. MRS. MANSON ILL Mrs. James Manson has been ill since Wednesday at her home on Morley avenue. Miss Margaret Wise arrived Thurs day from St. Mary’s School in Texas to spend the holidays with her parents. Dick Campbell of Chicago, 111., arrived Wednesday evening to visit Colin Edmonson for part of the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Miller expect to leave this week-end for Pasadena to spend the holidays with their daughters and families. Their eldest son, Searle Miller, who is a para chutist, and has been serving in the Philippines, is expected to arrive in the states this week, and, it is hoped, will be able to join the family gath ering. Miss Louise Howard and Miss Caroline Seitz will be in the Old Pueblo for Christmas. ********* Nogales friends received a sur- Be Quick To Treat Bronchitis Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bron chitis is not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medi cine less potent than Creomulsion which goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Creomulsion blends beechwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough, per mitting rest and sleep, or you are to have your money back. (Adv.) * d. a- patutar ««., >w«. One of your first and foremost New Year’s Resolutions C; - be a good looking wardrobe for 1946! And that means a vie.l _grt»_ to Penney’s for a new dress, so you’re sure to start the Nev; I’fta M Year off right! You might buy one of our rayon crepes wsdi • sequin or nailhead trimming if it’s glamour you want ... and a wjLjP there are tailored styles, tbo, for daytime wear in wool-and rayon and rayon gabardine in the*new 1946 colors. prise visit Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wallace, of San Luis Obispo, who were en route in their car to Birmingham, Alabama, for ANNOUNCEMENT! | MRS. RUBY HALL I FORMERLY of STEIN FELD’S at Tucson is now associated with GWEN’S Beauty Salon. 221 GRAND AVENUE PHONE 208 ■ GWEN’S BEAUTY SALON I GWEN HAMLIN DOROTHY, Proprietor ANNE GAY MAN and RUBY HALL, Operators | Holiday Greetings * | To All My Friends */*'* j Best wishes for a whole world of happiness pressed into this Christmas season. Merry Christmas to you and every i| member of your family. | j WIRT G. BOWMAN I I m§* CHRISTMAS 1 jp| GIFTS jp | Gifts of Living Beauty— -1 1 | POTTED PLANTS CUT FLOWERS I CHRISTMAS WREATH CHRISTMAS GREEN | HOLLY I LIVE CHRISTMAS TREES CORSAGES | Large Variety of All | I NOGALES NURSERY 1 j and FLOWER SHOP j I Tucson Road Phone 508-R2 I the holidays. Mr. Wallace teaches in the schools of that city, and Mrs. Wallace holds a position there with a business firm.