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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL — Nogales’ Home Newspaper— NOGALES, ARIZ., THURSDAY, JULY 4,1946
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MISS BARBARA ANDERSON, Society Editor
Miss Joey Berk To Wed Donald Neal
Jeffery At Wise Home Saturday
Miss Joey Berk, daughter of Mrs.
Grace Berk of Tucson and the late
Joe Berk, will become the bride of
Donald Neal Jeffery, son of Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Jeffery of Erie, Pa., at
8 o’clock Saturday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wise,
537 Crawford street.
Rev. O. A. Smith of the Congre
gational-Methodist church will of
ficiate. The bride will be given
away by her mother. The bride
groom’s father will be best man
and will be accompanied here from
Nogales Theater
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COMING SOON”
Erie by his wife and daughter.
Miss Berk will wear a suit instead
of a wedding gown. Accompanied
by her fiance she will, arrive here
today from Tucson. Quite a few of
her Tucson friends will be here for
the wedding and there will also be
present her most intimate friends
residing in Nogales.
The bride-elect spent her early
childhood in Nogales, moving from
here to Tucson about 12 years ago.
Mr. Jeffery served four years in
the Army Air Forces in Europe. He
was discharged as a staff sergeant
in 1945.
The couple will reside in Erie.
*********
Shower In
Honor Os
Marian Kelly
Miss Marian Kelly who will be
come the bride of John Little on
July 16th, was honored Monday af
ternoon at a shower and tea given
by Mrs. Herman Medlen, Mrs. Mike
Levy and Mrs. J. V. Robins at the
Medlen home on Crawford street.
Miniature bride and groom fig
ures. white carnations, baby breath,
gladiolas, and gardenias in a beau
tiful arrangement formed the cen
ter piece at the tea table. Miss
Kelly’s gifts were placed on the
piano next to a miniature bride and
groom, flower girl and brides maids
arranged in a bridal procession. 1
Approximately sixty-five guests
attended.
*********
Honor Boy On
12th Birthday
Joe Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wise, was honored at a
picnic supper at the Wise home on ]
Potrero street on his 12th birthday ]
Saturday.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Edmonson, Mr. and Mrs.
James V. Robins, Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Bibolet, Monroe, Colin. Earloyde J
and Travis Edmonson, Jimmy Ro- 1
T
bins, Bill Ehringer, Roland Bibolet,
Margaret Wise, and hosts, Mr. and *
Mrs. Wise. 4
*********
Miss Barbara Wilson left Tues- 1
day for Berkley, California, where
she is entering the summer session
of Mills College.
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Miss Dominguez
To Wed Hector
Tamez August 7
Announcing the date of her forth
coming marriage to Hector Tamez
on August 7, Miss Rosa Elena Do
minguez, daughter of the Mexican
Consul and Mrs. Adolfo Dominguez,
entertained a group of friends at a
luncheon at her home on Ellis
street, Saturday, June 29. The wed
ding will be held in Nogales at the
Sacred Heart Church.
Guests of Miss Dominguez were
Misses Carolina Abascal, Margot
Carreno, Joan Ashby, Maria Elena
Davila, Julia Tostado, Socorro Gar
aygordobil, Carmen Gonzalez, Mrs.
Russo Espinosa, Mrs. Flack Milner,
Mrs. Adolfo Dominguez, and hos
tess, Miss Dominguez.
***«* * * * *
William Goodwin
Celebrates
18th Birthday
William Goodwin, son of Mrs.
Nielson Brown, celebrated his 18th
birthday Monday night at his home
on the Buena Vista Ranch. The
guests enjoyed a buffet supper and
swimming and dancing.
Those present were Misses Jose
phine Castro, Bea Harrison, Shirley
Cruickshank, Estrella Joffroy, and
Messrs. Gene Sykes, Jr., Dick Sal
damando, Justin Capin, Robert
Goodwin, and the guest of honor.
William Goodwin.
*********
Diane Capin
Celebrates
sth Birthday
Miss Diane Capin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Capin of 114 Po
trero avenue, celebrated her fifth
birthday, Wednesday, July 3, at a
party given at her home.
The guests played games, and had
a pinata, after which a supper and
birthday cake were served by Mrs.
Capin.
Guests of Miss Capin were Su
zonne Medlen, Sue Moery, Becky
Perez Ramos, Caroline, Justin and
Diane Farley, Sheila Dorothy, Yo
landa Garcia, Helen and Georgia
Fricas, Axel Holm, Johnny Elias,
Linda and Lois Capin, Debbie, Hy
man, and Francis Capin.
*********
Houseguests last week of Mr. and
Mrs. Mack* Lewis were Mrs. Lewis’
brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Freeman and son and daugh
ter, Earl, Jr., and Florence, of Hous
ton, Texas. Also visiting with the
Lewis’ ie Mrs. Gaston Domaigne,
sister of Mrs. Lewis, of San An
tonio.
*********
Miss Kay Balough was a visitor in
Tucson Saturday.
Mrs . Pauline Malas
Celebrates
Her Saint's Day
Mrs. Pauline Malas was hostess
to a group of friends and relatives
:on her Saint’s Day, June 29th, at
her home on Noon street.
Cocktails and cold drinks were
served, followed by a delightful
moonlight buffet supper.
| Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Verdugo and Mrs. John
jKanathos from Tucson.
| Mr. and Mrs. George Tapia, J. B.
Pesqueira, Robert Pesqueira, Fran
cisco Pesqueira, Bill Loftus, Ernest
Bartlett, Pete Raptis, Tom Turner,
George Corrigan, Robert McClure,
Jr., and Mrs. Artemisa Bartlett.
George Bardacakas, John Mc-
Clure, Armida Salazar, Manuel Ta
pia, Amelia Pesqueira, Rudy Pes
queira, Mary Lou Loftus, Ronnie
Bartlett, Bobbie Lou Bartlett, Bar
bara McClure and Mr. and Mrs.
Pete Malas.
The hostess received many lovely
gifts.
During the evening, the guests
were entertained by “Romanos,”
Mr. J. B. Pesqueira, former magi
cian from Tucson.
*********
Barbara Wilson
Hostess At
Picnic And Dance
Miss Barbara Wilson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson, honored
her house guests, Laurin Wood and
William Beeson of Los Angeles, at
a picnic and dance held at the
Nogales, Sonora, picni<f grounds
Thursday evening.
The guest list included Misses
Margo Guerrero, Patricia Sisk, Joan
Ashby, Marian Kelly, Olga Perez
Ramos, Tito and Kay Balough,*
Anna Maria Bonorand, Bettina
Elias, Josephine Castro, Adele
Bracker, Shirley Schrader, Delia
and Rebecca Holler, Marie Joffroy,
Delia Ramirez, Helen and Julia Tos
tado, Mary and Virginia Harrison,
Alicia Camou and Mary Kay Tit
comb.
Messrs. Harvey Bracker, Henry
Valencia, Craig Pqttinger, Jr., Hen
ry Aviles, Gilbert Soto, Dick Wood
dell, Buddy Diehl, Peter and Alan
Houle, Dick Saldamando, Alvin Sisk,
Alex and' Edward Pierson, Otto
Charles Marsteller, James Macris,
Sammy Capin, Duane Bird, George
Karam, Alex Durazo, Leonardo
Coppola, Willie Joffroy, Pierre Baf
fert, Bob and Joe Berrellez.’
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camou, and
Mrs. Geraldine Peck.
*********
Socorro Rivera
Hostess
On Saint's Day
Miss Socorro Rivera, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rivera of 117
Short street, celebrated her Saint’s
Day on June 27th at a party given
at her home.
The guests included Misses Aurelia
Morales, Amelia Pesqueira, Lilly
Trujillo, Grace Gonzalez, Socorro
Ashford, Ruby Yourgulez, Dora
Duarte, Vireie Fernandez, Nano
Rivera, Mary Lou Rivera, Claudina
and Angelina Alvarez, Delia and
Graciela Ahumada, Angelina and
Manny Aguilar, Sally and Tina Ve
lasquez, and the hostess.
Messrs. Frank Holler, Mario Tru
jillo, Ramon Baldenegro, Oscar
Soto, Frank Estrada, Refugio Es
careno, A1 Robles, Leonardo and
Albert Fontes, Arnold Cruz, Ramon
Caballero, Henry Yourgulez, Albert
Elias, Albert Campillo, Jose Luis
Trujillo, Ralph and Manuel Rivera.
Mr. and Mrs. Florentino Fontes, \
Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Valencia, Mrs.
Jose Trujillo, Mrs. Josefa Yourgulez,
and Mrs. Richard Martinez.
*********
Mrs. A. C. Gillem and ten-year
old son Richard left San Francisco.
Tuesday, for Shanghai, China, to
join her husband, Lt. Gen. A. C. i
Gillem. Mrs. Gillem is a daughter i
of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harrison, 531 j
Morley Avenue.
1776 July 4th 1946
This year we observe the 170th anniver
sary of the signing of the Declaration of Inde
pendence. Thomas Jefferson wrote it. Read
it and you’ll see that those so-called “old
timers” had some pretty good ideas about gov
ernment, freedom, and independence . . . ideas
so good that men lay down their lives for them.
Independence Day Greetings
To Our Friends and Patrons
SACRED HEART CHURCH
MASSES:
Sundays: 6:00, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00
a.m.
Weekdays: 7:00, 8:00, 8:30 am.
BENEDICTION:
Sundays: 7:30 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J. I. Jones, Pastor
WEEKLY SERVICES
Sunday:
Bible School, 9:45 a.m.
Preaching, 10:45 a.m,
8.Y.P.U., 6:30 p.m.
Preaching, 7:30 p.m.
Mid-week Prayer Service and
3ible Study, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday.
All are welcome.
FIRST MEXICAN
BAPTIST CHURCH
222 Terrace Avenue
Marcos Douron, Pastor
Mrs. C. V. Overman, Missionary
Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Preaching Service, 11 a.m.
Preaching Service, 7 p.m.
Women’s Meeting, Monday, 7 p.m.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.
m.
Young People’s Meeting, Friday, 7
p.m.
The Mexican Baptist Institute
meeting daily, except Saturday, at
9 a.m., aims to give a well-rounded
education to children and adults in
both English and Spanish.
THE UNITED CHURCHES
FELLOWSHIP
(Congregational-Methodist)] ’£!
Church School, 9:45 a.m.
The Primary Department will
meet in the lower church at the
same hour, Mrs. Lon Bellman, su
perintendent.
Morning- Worship at 11:00 o’clock.
Dr. O. A. Smith has returned from
the General Conference and will
preach on the subject, “Mastering
Life.” The choir under the direc
tion of Mr. Russell A. Smith will
sing.
A cordial welcome is extended to
all.
DR. O. A. SMITH, D.D., Minister
ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
Sunday Services:
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion.
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and
Sermon.
A hearty welcome to all.
REV. J. ATKINSON, Vicar.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marcus and
daughter, Renee, returned Monday
from a three week’s vacation trip to
Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and
San Francisco.
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4TH OF JULY GREETINGS TO
THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL
As we observe Independence Day this
year, let’s be thankful for our birthright of
freedom; let’s renew our determination to
live by the ideals qf democracy.
jennieV market
EDDIE STOLLER and JENNIE STOLLER
552 Grand Ave. Phone 350
ATTENTION HOME-OWNERS
Beginning July sth
We Are Opening Our Department Os
LANDSCAPING AND
MAINTENANCE
No Job Too Large or Too Small
We suggest you make your bookings early.
Inviting you to call and look over our
complete line of trees and shrubs.
NOGALES NURSERY AND
FLOWER SHOP
Phone 508-R2 Tucson Road
TODAY’S OUR BIG HOLIDAY
-THE 4TH OF JULY
Aren't You GLAD
You're an AMERICAN!
WE ARE! And we’ll fight “to the
last ditch” for the principles of demo
cracy—freedom to think, to read, to act
. . . that our forefathers made possible
170 years ago today.
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VJ UTILITIES COMPANY vJ
THE AMERICAN FLAG-A
SYMBOL OF LIBERTY
One hundred and seventy years of in
dependence . . . One hundred and seventy
years of a flag proudly waving over a
grateful people.
NOT as an insignia of a great nation
. . . NOT as a pennant of defiance and hate
. . . BUT as a symbol of a people’s and a
government’s love of freedom, peace and
tolerance.
May our great flag continue to wave,
ON THESE PRINCIPLES, for countless
generations to come.
:k ★ ★
Mexican Produce Co.
WALTER HOLM
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