NOGALES INTERNATIONAL — Nogales’ Home Newspaper— NOGALES, ARIZ., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1,1947
Wally Goodwin, who is home from
Yale University for the holidays,
was host at an open house at his
ranch home on Christmas day. An
evening of dancing was enjoyed by
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Don Welty, Misses Mary Allen
Smith, Margo Guerrero, Mary Ann
Myers, Margaret Wise, Barbara An
derson, Harriete Lingrin, Kay Ba-
ALL SPANISH PROGRAM
TITO GUIZAR y AMANDA
con Federico Pinero, Ernesto
Alonso, C. Guerrero Luna
y Tony Palacios
Una Gran Pelicula con Un Gran
Reparfo . . . Tambien Cortos y
Saturday, Jan. 4th
2 1 HITS
Continuous 1 to 11 P.M.
"Gabby" Hayes • Dale Evans /Jr
Also Cartoon and Serial No. 10
Sunday Only, Jan. sth
Continuous 1 to 11 P.M.
Spanish Picture Matinee Only
JORGE NEGRETE en
con Sara Garcia y
Mon., Tues. and Wed.
Thursday Only, Jan. 9
Robt. LIVINGSTON • Adrian BOOTH
lough, Martha Ann Frazier; Messrs.
Hector Larriva, Bill Crydermann,
John Peterson, Joe Anderson, Craig
Pottinger, Jr., Earl Pottinger, Peter
Houle, Charles Smith, Jr., Alan
Houle, Dick Wooddell, Gene Sykes,
Jerry Dodson of Tucson, Fred Roch
lin, David Dodson of Tucson, Bill
Welty, Buzzy dimming, Gilbert
Soto, and Buddy Diehl.
Peter and Alan Houle were hosts
at a cocktail party at their Marsh
Heights home on Christmas eve.
After an enjoyable evening , the
group left the house and serenaded
several homes with Christmas carols.
Among the guests were Misses Pa
tricia Sisk, Harriete Lingrin, Lillian
Chatham, Kay Balough, Martha
Ann Frazier, Margaret Wise, Mary
Ann Myers, Margo Guerrero, Mary
Allen Smith; Messrs. Buddy Diehl,
Henry Soto, Ed Titcomb, Gilbert
Soto, Colin Edmonson, Earl Pottin
ger, Earloyde Edmonson, Craig Pot
tinger, Jr., Charles Smith, Jr., Dick
Wooddell, John Peterson, Bill Welty,
Pete Miller, Joe Anderson and Joe
The Hemel Club held a delightful
dinner party at the Cavern Case j
A delicious chicken dinner was J
served and the group enjoyed an
evening of dancing following the
Hostesses were Misses Evangeline
Joffroy, Helen Tostado, Pauline
Vigil, Lau-a Whipple, Amalia Em
brick, Thalia, Ephterpe and Kather
ine Panas, and Josephine Castro.
Guests included Messrs. Luis Coppu
la, Ed Pierson, Uuni Moreno, Henry
Aviles, Wally Goodwin, Walter Ra
mirez and Rudy Grijalva.
Captain and Mrs. G. G. Oliver
(Terry Myrick) and five months old
son Ricci, of Ft. Walton, Florida,
are holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Wilkey and
son David had as dinner guests on
Christmas Day at their Washington
street home, Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Furr, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Par
ish and son Shady, Mrs. Olive
Thompson and Miss Florence Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Reade White and
daughters Susan and Carol of Tuc
son were Christmas guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Craig Pottinger.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Pendleton left
Friday to visit over the New Year
in Falfurias, Texas.
Mrs. Polly Titcomb Lee was in
Nogales from Tucson Christmas Day
and was the dinner guest of Mrs.
Mrs. Herbert Johnson entertained
at a family dinner party on Christ
R. E. Thornton was a Christmas
visitor here from Hermosillo.
The literary section of the Nogales
Woman’s Club will meet at 2 p.m.
January 10 at the home of Mrs. L.
SOHI OF ivi' iVUNGS -TViAT
l INTREST US MOST, »N i'HIS
OLO WORLQ ARE THE iHWfiS
WE KNOW TH' LEAST
You may be interested in knowing
that even if Santa Claus has gone
.. . TOM STEVENS is still here with
the auto accessories, tires, batteries,
home supplies and appliances. On
behalf of our entire organization, we
wish for you and yours a HAPPY
Open house and cocktail parties
at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Fast, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holm,
and Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Simmons,
Jr., were among highlights in No
gales social circles the past week.
The party at the Fast home on
the Ruby road was on Christmas
evening, that at the Holm residence
on Pajarito street Saturday night,
and the Simmons’ at their ranch
Each was a very enjoyable affair
and the three parties were attended
by several hundreds of persons.
Mr. and Mrs. Holm and daughter
Audley and son Walter, Jr., were
hosts at the Holm party and Mr.
and Mrs. Simmons and niece, Miss
Edith Teresa Hoene, hosts at the
Expected to be one of the biggest
events of the year is the open house
to be held at the Montezuma on
New Year’s Eve by Mr. and Mrs.
New Year Day parties will be held
at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Sauers north of the city and Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Phillips on Marsh
On January 18
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Jaramillo. 327
Walnut street, have announced the
engagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Emma
A. Jaramillo to John H. Hughes,
Jr., of Douglas. The wedding will
take place on January 18.
Miss Jaramillo graduated from
the Nogales High School and has
been employed at the Western Union
for the past four years. Her fiance
is a graduate of Douglas High School
and is employed by the Phelps Dodge
Corporation in that city. He receiv
ed his discharge from the Seabees
last December after serving three
years in the South Pacific.
Friday evening, Miss Gertrude
Corcoran entertained members of j
the younger set at a dancing party j
at her home on Grand avenue. !
Refreshments were served, and
the prize dance was won by Zelda
Jane Laney and Eugene Manthey.
Confetti was distributed in gener
ous allowance, and contributed to
the gaiety of the affair.
Among those enjoying Gertrude’s
hospitality were: Zelda Jane Laney,
Lillian Ann Manson, Alice Manson,
Roxanna Joffroy, Suzanna Joffroy,
Adriana Peltier, Carrol Fain, Travis
Edmonson, Buddy Sykes, Grant
Milner, Billy Bryant, Gene Man
they, Freddy Lemier, Stanley Capin,
Gene Peltier, Louis Phillips, Charles
Carroon, Leonilo Larriva, Reuben
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Shannon and
son, Terry, were hosts at dinner
Friday evening at a family reunion
at their home on Plum street.
Additional covers were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Karns, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Shemberger, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Hammond, Linda Hammond,
and J. Allen Cumming.
Mr. and Mrs. Clate Smale spent
Sunday with Dr. P. D. Clagett and
daughter at Phoenix.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Noon of Noon
street have as a holiday guest, Mrs.
Noon’s mother, Mrs. Matilde Mitch
ell of Bisbee.
Richard Sukowske has returned
to Los Angeles after visiting his
sister-in-law, Mrs. B. H. Sukowske
Mrs. Robert Marcus is convales
cing at St. Mary’s Hospital in Tuc
son from an operation performed a
week ago Mnday and expects to re
turn home on New Year’s Day.
Saturday evening some thirty
young people met at the home of
Miss Barbara Anderson on Court
street for a happy vacation party.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Frazier and
daughter, Martha Ann, spent last
week-end in Phoenix.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gaymen left
for Los Angeles last week-end for a
Christmas afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
Neilson Brown held open house for
Ueir friends at their delightful
Miss Lillian Ann Manson will be j
hostess to the sub-deb set at a party
New Year’s eve at the Manson home
on Morley avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoeffer and
Mrs. Charles F. Holler motored to
PHOENIX, Dec. 30—Gene Eagles
was reappointed secretary and per
sonnel director for the state highway
commission by unanimous vote of
the commision Friday.
His new term extends to January
Eagles, who by reason of his
never-failing smile and pleasant
personality, has acquired the sobri
quet of “Genial Gene,” became sec
retary to the commission February
He has been an Arizona resident
since 1907, coming here as a station
agent in Northern Arizona for the
Santa Fe railroad. Later, he served
as a deputy sheriff and subsequently,
for two terms as chairman of the
Apache County Board of Supervisors.
The commission voted his reap
pointment with the concurrence of
Two highway department engin
eers were honored by the commission
with the presentation of certificates
awarded by the American Associa
tion of State Highway Officials,
marking their completion of 25 years
of service to the department.
They were Earl V. Miller, head
of the highway department’s plans
division, and James A. Parker.
Six Games On
(By BILL TITCOMB)
Six games have been scheduled to
date for next fall’s football season
and an attempt is being made to
contract four more, it was announc
ed yesterday by Johnny Herrera,
Nogales High School grid mentor.
The four teams that have not yet
been signed up are Florence, Su
perior, Chandler, and Ajo.
The outlook for the 1947 Apache
gridsters is far from bright at pres
ent. There will be no new material
unless some out of town students
move to Nogales. Herrera will prob
ably build his team around this
year’s standout, Armando Preciado,
who will return to Nogales as a sen
ior next year. Six graduating sen
iors will be lost from this year’s grid
eleven and nothing can be said at
this time as to who and how many
stay eligible till next September.
The 1947 schedule at present is as
Sept. 19 —Globe, there.
Sept. 26—Douglas, here.
Oct. 10—Phoenix Tech, here.
Oct. 17—Coolidge, here.
Oct. 24—Casa Grande, there.
I Nov. 21—Amphitheatre, there.
To Visit Nogales
Jerry Klutz, editor of the “federal
diary” column in the Washington,
D. C., Post, who, with his family, is
vacationing at the 76 Ranch near
Bonita, Ariz., is expected to visit No
His column is read by hundreds of
thousands of persons.
As a courtesy to Mr. and Mrs.
John Palmer and Mr. Richard Pal
mer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and
Miss Margaret Palmer will greet
friends at an open house to be held
at the Wilson home New Year Eve.
Mr. and Mrs. William Beatus have
invited friends to a New Year Eve
open house at the Montezuma Ball
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Edmonson and
family accompanied Pfc. Colin Ed
monson to Tucson Sunday, as he
| departed for Ft. Ord, California,
after a week at home.
At Phoenix Remain
Up For Convention
PHOENIX, Dec. 31—(Special)—At
the request of the American Na
tional Livestock Association, the
Christmas decorations on the streets
of downtown Phoenix will remain
up during the organization’s nation
al cdnvention here Jan. 8-10.
The colorful decorations, which
were installed under the sponsorship
of the Phoenix Retail Trade Bureau
of the Phoenix Chamber of Com
merce, originally were scheduled to
be taken down the first of the year.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
J. I. Jones, Pastor
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
Bible Study, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday.
All are welcome.
SACRED HEART CHURCH
Sundays: 6:00, 7:00, 8:30 and ll:QQ
Weekdays: 7:00, 8:00, 8:30 a.m.
Sundays: 7:30 p.m.
ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL
Jan. Ist, New Year’s Day—Holy
Communion at 10 a.m.
Sunday, Jan. sth—B a.m., Holy
Communion; 9:45 a.m., Church
School; 11 a.m., Holy Communion.
Monday, Jan. 6th—Annual meet
ing of W.A.-Guild in church hall at
Friday, Jan. 10th —Annual meeting
of the church, reports and elections,
dinner in hall, from 6:30 p.m.
REV. J. ATKINSON, Vicar.
THE UNITED CHURCHES
Church School begins at 9:45.
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JOHN A. ROCKVSU
JACK J. KAMI
Milford VanderWalker, superinten- :
dent. • The Primary Department j
meets same hour with Mrs. Lon M.'
Morning worship at 11:00 o’clock.
Theme, “Things That Endure.” This
will be a New Year subject. There
will be music by the choir under
direction of Mr. Russell A. Smith,
and Mrs. Auverna Crane will sing a
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YOUR. and our success are |
1 HAPPINESS l°t yinte^l7 n ' *
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i?94® further these bonds |
I HAPPY NEW YEAR |
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g * ’ passed and prepare to welcome |jg
the juvenile 1947, may we pause |
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a - s to come an d remind you
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% • As 1947 moves in we want to say
| "hello" to everybody in this section
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and to wish them a very Happy
New Year. At the same time we want
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MR. and MRS. RICHARD M. ROSS §
j Let us begin the New Year by
* worshipping God in His temple along
I with our friends and neighbors.
Start the year right and keep it
right by attending religious services
A cordial invitation extended to all
who do not worship elsewhere.
Strangers made welcome.
O. A. SMITH, D.D., Minister.
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