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NOGALES INTERNATIONALr—NogaIes’ Home Newspaper—
jiiL. —- f FOR 1 94 t3a=g=**=; IfKAINBVS RETURN TO ILLINOIS Ist Lt. and Mrs. David Schellen ger (Ruth Murchison) and twelve weeks old son David 11, returned to Chanute Field, 111., Monday after visiting Mrs. Schellenger’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murchison. FROM NEW YORK Gerald Russell of New York City is visiting his mother, Mrs. Gladys Crocker-Ashe at Rancho Grande. FROM ARKANSAS R. L. Kirkwood, Jr., brother of Joe Kirkwood, is visiting at the Rancho Grande from his home in Oxford, Arkansas. PHOENIX VISITOR Mrs. Lily Wingfield of Phoenix, was in Nogales this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wingfield at their home on the Patagonia Road. Mrs. James Duncan and son JameS, Jr., are in Chicago for medi cal treatment for Jimmy, Jr. Miss Irene Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Peterson, is among University of Arizona stu dents home for the holidays. Karl Peterson, customs officer, returned to El Paso Friday after spending Christmas here with his family. E. E. Noon of Obregon City has been visiting Nogales relatives. Mrs. Sally Dodge and brother, Jack Roberts, are here from San Francisco to spend New Year’s with Mr. and Mrs. George Januel. HAPPY kln saying Happy New Nr\A/ yr AO Year we have the satisfac tion of knowing that during oLJ I the past year we have, in WISHES some small degree at least, TO ALL contributed to the well being V V7 °f most citizens of this community. We hope to en joy y° ur continued friend ship in 1947. S. H. KRESS CO. for My your next car, be sure to finance it under She plat* that presides extra advantages at no additional cost— xtfte Valley Bank's money-saving BANKREDIT Time rnent / offers you the lowest rate available in $5 per SIOO a year on new cars (slightly more There are no added charges for bonuses, brok erage fees, confiscation or conversion costs —no "extras" of m 1 any kind. ||jj Ij| j ||jjWhen you finance through the Valley Bank, you may place vour insurance with your own insurance agent who, as your nd and counselor, will see that you have adequate coverage. fiMHKin.lly. bank financing, and ONLY bank financing, gives you y / the opportunity to build personal bank credit —one of She P ; pf best assets any man or woman can have. Come in and let us / tell you all about this low-cost automobile finance plan! ’Y An - LEV eANß€ fpmL Tember federal deposit insurance CORPORATION N-- y RECOVERING The condition of Herman C. Med len, who has been ill at his home on Crawford street, was greatly improv ed yesterday and he is expected to be back at his office shortly. HERE FROM SAN FRANCISCO Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baffert arrived in Nogales from San Francisco to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Joffroy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Encinas and children left Friday on a vacation trip through northern Arizona. Miss Susan Waddell of Tucson was the house guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. George Hessler, 116 Bankard street. Mr. and Mrs. Aurelio Duran of the Rogers ranch near Canille, were visitors in Nogales Monday. James Dumas and Walter James are expected to return to Nogales today after spending the Christmas holidays with their families in Louisiana. Manuel Aealos, Tucson attorney, was in Nogales on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Pomeroy mo tored to Bisbee Wednesday to spend Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Pomeroy, Jr. Lee Zinsmeister and family were visitors here Saturday from their ranch near Tombstone. Judge and Mrs. Gordon Farley motored to Tucson Friday. , NOGALES, ARIZ., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1,1947 DEL MITCHEL BACK FROM LONG BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Del Mitchell return ecUSunday from Long Beach, Calif., where they spent Christmas with Mr. Mitchell’s parents. Mr. Mitchell is the very popular manager of the Citizens Utilities Company. LEAVE FOR GUADALAJARA Mrs. L. G. Hoff and daughter Pat left Saturday for their home in Gua dalajara following a visit in Nogales. Miss Hoff, who has been attending Stephens College at Columbia, Mo., will enroll in the University of Ari zona for the second semester open ing in January. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Donnadieu (Nena Guerrero) returned to their home in Hermosillo Friday after spending Christmas with Nogales relatives. They report a 30-mile stretch of the new paved highway from Nogales to Hermosillo has been completed. Miss Margaret Palmer has as holi day guests her parents, the Rev. Mr. John Palmer and wife, of South Dakota, and her brother, the Rev. Mr. Richard Palmer of Denver. George Kimbro of Tucson was a Nogales visitor Friday. Mrs. Luis Ramirez and daughter Delia left Saturday for Culiacan where they will spend six weeks va cationing before returning to No gales. Miss Lorena de Sanctes arrived in Nogales Thursday and is the house guest of Miss Josephine Castro. William Earl Powles, Jr., student at the University of Arizona, is spending the holidays with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Powles. Berni Harrison of Phoenix, for merly of Nogales, is a holiday visitor in the city. William Bettwy, son of Mrs. Mary Bettwy, was in Tucson last week on a special flight for the American Airlines of which he is a co-pilot. Jack Manthey left Christmas Day for Ft. Knox, Kentucky, after visit ing his mother and brother here, and greeting old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Steven son and children were visitors in Nogales Friday from their home in Brawley, California. George Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lane of Casa Grandes, Chi huahua, formerly of Nogales, has been spending several days in the city. It is his first visit here in six years. VISITING RELATIVES HERE FOR HOLIDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diamos and daughter Alice, and son Nick, of Los Angeles, Mrs. Katie Ahumada and Mr. and Mrs. William Grimm of Mexico City are spending the holi days with Nogales relatives. Nick, student at the University of South ern California, is on crutches as a result of suffering a broken left leg when, on a motorcycle, he was struck by an automobile in Los Angeles November 27th. VISITORS FROM BISBEE Mrs. Ella Wooddell and daughter Mrs. Florence Beaton were here Sat urday from Bisbee visiting their son and brother, Les Wooddell, and family. “THE WIT OF JIMMY WAL KER.’ ENTERTAINING ANEC DOTES ABOUT THE EX-MAYOR. BY GENE COUGHLIN. READ IT IN THE AMERICAN WEEKLY, THE MAGAZINE DISTRIBUTED WITH NEXT- SUNDAY’S LOS AN GELES EXAMINER. (Adv.) MARRIAGE LICENSES Eugenio M. Fernandez, legal age, Nogales, Sonora, to Maria Ldisa ES- i pinoza, 18, Nogales, Arizona. Elizandro Perez, 20. to Concepcion Moreno, 24, both of Nogales, Sonora. James M. Sellers, 48, Santa Fe, New Mexico, to Maxine L. Sellers, 37, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Antonio L. Ballesteros, 38, to Es peranza Gutierrez, 27, both of Bis bee, Arizona. Mike Coronado, 28, Tucson, to Juanita Sanders, 21, Twin Buttes, Arizona. Mike Aguilar, 25, Phoenix, to Ar temisa Anarde, 20, Glendale, Ariz. Mike L. Contreras, 31, Los Angeles, Calif., to Lily Phillip, 30, Alamagor do, New Mexico. Herbie Echevarria is returning Monday to Phoenix Junior College after spending the holidays here. Mrs. Bud Ritter of Morley avenue has as her guest for the holidays, Mrs. Grace Southard and daughter Margaret of Tombstone. Mrs. South ard is a former resident of this lo cality and is being welcomed by a host of old friends. “PERILS IN THE NURSE SHORTAGE.” TWO THIRDS OF THE COUNTRY’S HOSPITALS LACK A SUFFICIENT NURSING STAFF. JACK REDDING TELLS ABOUT SOME OF THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF THIS DANGER OUS SITUATION. READ ABOUT IT IN THE AMERICAN WEEKLY, THE MAGAZINE DISTRIBUTED WITH NEXT SUNDAY’S LOS ANGELES EXAMINER. (Adv.) Denver Attorney Here Enroute To Mexico Benjamin C. Hilliard, Jr., promin ent Denver attorney, and wife, pass ed through here Friday ehroute to Guadalajara to spend a month. Mr. Hilliard is a son of an ex- Colorado congressman. His wife is a former Democratic National Com mitteewoman of Colorado and she attended the Democratic national conventions at Chicago and Phila delphia in 1932 and 1936. $ Fined In Police Court Ii -e Nogales police court the pas eek, six persons were fined Via ri f Tars for intoxication, one for vagrancy, and one careless driving charge was recorded. Manuel Guaydacan was convicted i for careless driving and was forced CELEBRATE 1 NEW YEAR’S | R 'S 1 EVE | is I with the crowd | I I g AT THE 1 MONTEZUMA 1 I BUFFET 1 * I Arizona’s Most & Beautiful Bar and | Cocktail Lounge $ Noisemalters and Fun for All $ R § to pay $25 for damages to a light pole which he hit with his automo bile. Charles E. Eveland, J. W. Hurley, Emil Vostry, Juan A. Flores, and Vicente Pancho were each fined $lO for intoxication. William Wardelow was fined $lO for vagrancy. ELGIN NEWS (By MRS. JAMES PARKER) The home of Mrs. Pete Bergier was the scene of a lovely Christmas party Dec. 19th. The house was gaily decorated in keeping with the holiday season. Readings were ren dered by the following: Mrs. W. Hackleman, Mrs. Lucy Stevens and Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkham. During the afternoon Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts from a beauti fully decorated Christmas tree. Mrs. Lucy Stevens served coffee, assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth Kirkham serving fruit cake and cookies. Among those present were: Mesdames Bert Hyatt, Leota Gatlin, W. Hackleman, Jack Hoyt, Margaret Hesselink, Delia Jfornffi. Mini»e Baldwin, Elizabeth Kirkham, Carrie Frazier. Hettie Lee Gardner, Nadia R. Banta, Earl Mil ligan, Catherine Seibold, Catherine Farley, O. H. Oldfather, Gino Jame son, Lucy Stevens, Nellie Campbell, Milton Clough, Harry Riggs, James Parker and Miss Helen Speibold, and hostess Mrs. Pete Bergier. The parents and sister of Miss Diane Custard have arrived from Chicago to visit their daughter Diane. The Custards are visiting at the Circle Z Guest Ranch. Raymond Schock arrived from Texas to accompany his father and aunt, Mrs. Joe Parker to San Diego to spend the holidays. Mrs. Lillian Van Gorder arrived from Tucson to spend the holidays with her son and family of Elgin. Mrs. Catherine Seibold and daugh ters Misses Helen and Doris enter tained the faculty of Patagonia Union High School at a turkey din ner. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Clough and Mr. Harold Clough, Mrs. Ruth Duran, and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Oldfather. Warrant Officer and Mrs. Eric T. Pedersen of San Diego are house guests of Mrs. Ruth Duran. Mrs. Rose Pyeatt is recovering from a serious infection on her foot. Master Sgt. J. V. Duran arrived to spend the holidays with his wife Mrs. Ruth Duran. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Olander are spending the holidays in Bisbee with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Parker spent two days visiting Mr. Parker’s sis ters Mrs. Eunice Lindsey of Tomb stone, Mrs. F. B. Moson and family, and Mr. Parker’s brother, Mr. Jack Parker and family of Fry, Ariz. The home of Mrs. Catherine Sei bold was open to the young people of the community a week ago Friday evening at an open house party. More than 80 guests were present, a group representing Nogales High School, the basketball team from Willcox and many of the Patagonia High School young people were present. Among adults present were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ashburn, Mr. Emery Stoddard, Mrs. Harry Milligan, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Old- AT THE OPENING OF ANOTHER YEAR EVERY MEMBER OF THIS ORGANIZATION JOINS WITH US IN WISHING ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR, AND THE RE NEWAL OF OUR PLEDGE TO GIVE YOU THE UTMOST IN SERVICE DURING 1947. * * * CITIZENS COMPANY PENN KAANTA, Mgr. 235 Morley Phone 93 “Your Friendly Furniture Store” PAGE TWO father, Mr. Oliver Rothrock, Mr. Harold Clough, Mrs. Milton Clough, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blabon, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gatlin, Mrs. May Riggs, Mrs. Leslie Snapp, Mi*, ants Mrs. Hedgecock, Mr. and Mrs. James Parker. Misses Helen and Doris Seibold assisted Mrs. Seibold as hos tesses. Master Sgt. and Mrs. W. J. Duran, Warrant Officer and Mrs. Eric T. Pedersen, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Parker and daughters Maxine and Maralyn picknicked at Karn Springs a week ago Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Parker en tertained Mrs. Eunice Lindsey and sons Bill, Byrd and daughter Betsy and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lindsey and son, and Mr. J. N. Joiner for dinner Christmas day.