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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL- Nogales’ Home Newspaper—
•scxim Bridal Shower For Margaret Ann Hock Miss Margaret Ann Hock, daugh ter of Mrs. Marie Taylor Hock, and granddaughter of Mrs. Julia Taylor, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday afternoon by Mrs. E. A. Tttcomb and daugh ter, Mrs. Douglas Cumming (Peggy Titcomb), at the parish hall of the Episcopal Church, A pink and white color scheme Nogales Theater Phone 257 j _ TODAY ONLY Matinee 1:30 P.M. ALL SPANISH PROGRAM Julian Soler y Luis Aldas en “EL QUE MURIO DE AMOR" con HILDA KRUGER y AMPARITO MURILLO Esta Es Pelicula de Gran Espectaculo .. . Con Cortos i y Revistas FOX ] SATURDAY ONLY—April 12 Continuous 1 to 11 P.M. DOUBLE PROGRAM y texas Id Also CART<X>N and SERIAL SUNDAY ONLY—April 13 Continuous 1 to 11 P.M. fTsk! Ttk! Tsk! i-HOILAVE,. NOIDVEyV « I urn JOHNSON i*fli paAkirkwood j»| XAVIER CUGAT GUY Pelicula de Peliculas “NOSOTROS” (El Alma de Una Cancion) ; con Ricardo Montalban, Emilia Guiu y Fraustita MON., TUES., WED.—April 14-16 THURSDAY ONLY—April 17 amtfartera STANWYCK V 5 CHARLES COBURN KEUGENE PALLETTE t .«j£a M ERIC BLORE was used in the decorations and re- j freshments. A centerpiece on the: tea table, which was covered with: a lace cloth, was a bowl of pink roses and white bridal wreath flanked with silver candle sticks with white candles. Roses and sweet peas were also used about the room. Mrs. D. D. Karam, aunt of the honor guest, poured tea. Those bidden to attend were Misses Margaret Ann Hock, Mary Allen Smith, Vida Price, Thelma Decker, Margaret Babb, Mary Ann Myers, Etta Mae Lewis, Pearl Mar leau, Helena Keyte. Frances Ellen Carroon and Joey Thomas. Mesdames Marie Taylor Hock, Julia Taylor, D. D. Karam, J, H. Barbee, Frank Barry, Myrtle Brown, Gladys Cameron, F. B. Carroon, H. R. Chatham, Lillian Chatham, F. J. Duffy. James v’ Robins. John Elias, Harry Farrior, E. S. Edmon son, John Cumming, C. T. Fraizer, Gladys Kelly, John Little, M. C. Little, H. J. Karns, Doris Bynon, A. G. Kibbe, R. G. Moery, R. A. Myers, G. D. Nichols, Walter Noon, Palmyra Frazier, Babb, Grace Wag ner, William Macgregor, Craig Pot tinger, H. R. Sisk, Charles S. Smith, Clementine Temple, Leigh Brownell, E. Titcomb, Dorothy Titcomb, Bailey Waddell, Victor J. Wager, Jr., Ann Wright, and Mrs. Amy Phillips. ********* Brachers Host At Passover Sedar Festival Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bracker entertained at a Passover Sedar festival of unleavened bread (Mat zoths) Friday evening at their home on Sierra avenue. The table was beautifully decorated with a center piece of flowers, silver candelabra and white candles. Those present were Miss Harriet Capin, Miss Gertrude Bracker, Miss Frances Capin, Miss Leslie Fink, Mrs. I. M. Talpis, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Capin, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Capin, Mr. and Mrs Willis Fink, Louis Epp stein, Norman Wigatow of Los An geles, Harvey Bracker, Paul Brack er, Robert Bracker, Richard Capin, Stanley Capin, Neil Capin, and the host and hostess. ********* BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Z. G. Simmons, Jr., was hos tess Wednesday afternoon to mem bers of her bridge club at her ranch home. Guests of the club were Mrs. P. H. Daniel, Mrs. John Ahem, and Mrs. Ray Hulburt. Members pres- j ent were Mer-dames Walter Free-1 man, Gordon Farley, H. R. Chat ham, G. L. Harker and Mrs. A. L. j Hector. j ********* WEDDING POSTPONED The wedding of Miss Evangeline ! Joffroy to Luis B. Coppola, an nounced for April 12th, has been postponed because of the illness of the bridegroom-to-be. ********* Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kline (Ber nice Levy) of Las Cruces, New Mex ico, were in Nogales Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Levy. ********* Miss Mildred Bracker of Los An geles is visiting here during the Easter holidays. ********* Mr. and Mrs. Nick Macris and son Jimmy are visiting in Culiacan, Sinaloa, for a week’s vacation. VMwnMMMWBg-” wmumwwmi ■ SUMMER IS COMING! Immediate Delivery On REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC and SERVEL— ELECTROLUX KEROSENE BURNING. Come and get yours. (Your Credit Is Good) Radio, Refrigerator and Washing Machine Repairing We offer you expert service and guarantee our job. MOTOROLA RADIOS —for every car. We install them. COOLERS —3500 blower type with brand new 1/3 horsepower motors. Immediate delivery. FAN TYPE COOLERS at the best price in the state. ELECTRIC FANS All Sizes at the Eight Prices. CROSLEY RADIOS —ARE HERE. Long and short wave! We offer you Crosley in table and cabinet models. BUY CROSLEY AND YOU BUY THE BEST! Ace Electric Co. 138 Grand Ave. Phone 321 NOGALES, ARIZONA NOGALES* ARIZ., FRIDAY, APRIL 11* 1947 Clarice Oldfather To Marry Harold Clough The engagement of Miss Clarice Jane Oldfather, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Oldfather of Pata gonia, and Harold E. Clough, coach at Patagonia Union High School, was announced Wednesday after noon at a lovely tea given by the bride elect’s mother at the family home in Patagonia. The large tea table was covered with a heirloom hand made lace cloth with a centerpiece of pastel colored spring flowers arranged in a large flat bowl surrounded with silver candle sticks and pastel col ored candles. Small tables were placed through out the rooms, each with a center piece of flowers and one candle. Corsages of pansies in small baskets with a scroll tied to the handle reading, "Clarice-Harold June 2, 1947” announced the engagement and were presented to each guest. Presiding at the tea table during the afternoon were Mesdames Fay Boosinger, Gladys White, Gray Up church, Joce Everett, Betty Lan drum, Lottie Honnas, Elizabeth Blabon, and Miss Frances Duell. In the receiving line were Mrs. Oldfather, Miss Oldfather, Mrs. M. H. Clough, mother of the groom to-be, and Mrs. Thomas Riggs. Miss Oldfather graduated from Patagonia High School in 1946 and at present is a freshman at the University of Arizona. Mr. Clough is from Fayette, lowa, and was graduated from Upper lowa University. The wedding will take place in Tucson June 2 and will be formal. The young couple plan to make their home in Patagonia. More than 100 guests were present at Wednesday’s tea. ********* Jimmie Brogdon Celebrates Third Birthday Little Jimmie Brogdon, son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Brogdon, celebrated his third'birthday anni versary Friday afternoon with an Easter party at his home, 361 Wal nut street. The Easter motif was used in the refreshments and favors. The prize for breaking the Easter basket pin ata was won by Kenneth Paul Rook er. Lonnie Bellman was awarded a prize for pinning the tail on the donkey. A white birthday cake top j ped with three pink candles and j pastel colored candy Easter eggs 'were served as refreshments, j Those invited were Alex and George Lineiro, Maritza Wanless, Alicia and Yolanda Puchi, Bunny Linda Puchi, Charles Clinton Amos, Shirley and Kenneth Paul Rooker, Sue Moery, Terry Allen, Jimmie and Merdith Hills, Sue Creswell, Jo-Jane and Lonnie Bellman, Tom my Soto and Sandra Harralson, Mrs. C. Creswell, Mrs. Frank Soto, and Mrs. Alex Lineiro. ********* Birthday Dinner And Bridge Party Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Daniel were hosts at a dinner and bridge party Wednesday evening at their ! home on Morley avenue in celebra ! tion of the birthday anniversary of ; Mrs. J. C. Archibald. Jr. | Those invited were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Archibald, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. jJ. C. Archibald, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 'John Flanagan and Mr. and Mrs. i Daniel. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Flanagan, Mr. Archibald, Sr., and iMr. Archibald, Jr. Mrs. Archibald, Jr., was presented with a birthday gift. ********* Bridge Lunchon For Mrs. Simmons Honoring Mrs. Zalmon G. Sim mons, Sr., who is a winter guest at the Arizona Inn in Tucson, Mrs. Philip H. Daniel entertained with a bridge luncheon a week ago yester day afternoon at her home, 1503 Morley avenue. ) Prizes for bridge were won by Mrs. J. C. Archibald. Sr., and Mrs. Z. G. Simmons, Jr. Mrs. Simmons, Sr., was presented with a guest prjze and Mrs. Roy V. Cheshire re ceived a prize for bingo. Other guests were Mesdames J. C. Archi bald, Jr., C. B. Smith, Harry Bump and Mrs. Gordon Farley. ********* POLO CLUB TEA There will be a polo club tea in the polo clubroom at the Procter Pete Kitchen ranch following the polo game Sunday afternoon. It will be for members and their in vited guests. Hostesses will be Mrs. K. W. Holbrook and Mrs. Helen Peterson. These parties are held on the second and fourth Sunday of each month and are given by the club’s women’s committee. SPEND EASTER HERE Miss Billy Allen and Don Robert Underwood of Tucson spent Easter with Mrs. Ellen Underwood, 106 Alameda street. Evangeline Joffroy Honored At Bridal Shower The Nick Macris home on Court street was the scene Wednesday evening of a lovely spring bridal shower honoring Miss Evangeline Joffroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Joffroy, who is to be married ti. Louis Coppola. Miss Ephterpe Panas and sister Miss Thalia Panas and Miss Anna Marie Bonorand were hostesses. White umbrellas were used throughout the rooms in the decor ations. One placed on the table, from which the buffet supper was served, was decorated with purple iris, another placed above the table bearing the gifts." Other gifts were hidden about the rooms and were found by the honoree when she re moved slips of paper from colored balloons telling where the gifts were concealed. Those present were Misses Bertha and Margo Guerrero, Juba and Leonor Munguia, Grace and Jose phine Castro, Amalia and Maria Embrick, Helen and Julia Tostado, Rosarito and Maria Luisa Velasco, Laura Whipple, Pauline Vigil, Rosy Velasco, Rosalena Kerson, Delia Ramirez, Katy Macris, Nina Kara bias, Clarisa and Yolanda Vasquez G., Shirley Schrader, Gail Fleisch er, Martha Ann Frazier, Joan Ash by, Audley Holm, Carlota and Elsa Osete, Joey Loundogin,- Katherine Panas, Zoe Panas, Thalia Panas, Tepi Panas, and Anna Marie Bono rand. Mrs. Elinora Joffroy, Mrs. Gloria Carrillo, Margo Careno, Mary Lou Joffroy, Estrellita Joffroy, Susana Joffroy, Mrs. Maria Coppola, Berta Bonillas, Mrs. Arecelia Bonorand, Mrs. Elena Panas, and Mrs. Maria Panas. ********* Book Circle Os Elgin Holds Annual Meeting On Saturday the Elgin Book Circle held its annual social meeting which was most interesting and en joyable. Mesdames Clark, Fraizer, and Honnas were hostesses. Books of current publication were discussed and circulation was begun of this season’s books which had been selected by the club. Among those present were: Mes dames Houston, Graham, Bentley, Collie, Honnas, Klene, Cornwall, Fraizer, Roath, Turney, Yeary Gardner, Van Gorder, Everhart, Clark, Frazier and Parker. At the close of the afternoon de licious refreshments of cake, sand wiches, coffee and tea were served. ********* Family Reunion At Barry Home A family reunion was held last week at the home of Attorney and Mrs. Frank J. Barry, Sr., (the first since 1940, when their three chil dren and six grandchildren came for a visit. Commander and Mrs. William Fitts (Kay Barry) and two children Jacqueline and Billy, Jr., spent Easter here from their home in Lincoln, Nebraska. Col. and Mrs. John Massion (Geraldine Barry) and four children, Barry, Bryan, Dennis Daniel and Patrick, were here from Tucson where Col. Mas sian is stationed at Davis-Monthan Field. Frank Barry, Jr., who is with his father in the law firm of Barry and Barry also attended. ********* Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hood of Eu reka, Nevada, former residents of Nogales, were here yesterday on a brief business trip. ********* Miss Mary Allen Smith, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, was elected vice-president of the Zeta Phi Eta national speech fraternity for women last week. Miss Smith is a senior speech major in the col lege of fine arts at the University of Arizona. She is also a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. SHIRTS and PANTS “Made for Cowboys by a Cowboy” They LOOK RIGHT, FEEL RIGHT and FIT RIGHT Write Us for Prices and Samples of Material One of Our Specialties' HEAVY DENIM RODEO SHIRTS With PEARL SNAPS—SI2.OO mml Wr “*“ ORDERS / M YR|CK \ TO ' e Fined j SADDLE SHOP \ nogales, Immediately I i ARIZONA MAKER OF “DAM” GOOD SADDLES FOR WORKING COWBOYS ONLY Miss Oliver Bride Os William Gatlin Miss; Elizabeth Jeanette Oliver, daughter of Mrs. Florence Z. Oliver and the late John Oliver, became the bride Friday evening at. seven o’clock of William P. Gatlin of Pat agonia at a lovely wedding at the Oliver home on the Tucson road. Before an altar banked with glad ioli, fern, stock and lilies, the young couple exchanged vows with. Rev. O. A- Smith officiating. The bride wore a white satin princess gown with white lace finger tip veil. and carried a bouquet of white carnations and orchids. Miss Helen Turner of the University of Southern, California acted as maid of honor. Acting as best man to the groom was Albert Arens of the University of Arizona. Ushers were John Oli ver, brother, of the bride, Lawrence Jones, and Victor Edge. Following the ceremony an in formal reception was held with Mrs. John Jones, Mrs. Albert Gatlin and Mrs. Marshall Ashhurn presiding at the beautifully decorated refresh ment table with its centerpiece of a three tiered wedding cake. The young couple left.for a honey moon at Canyon and will return to make their home in Tuc son where both are attending the University of Arizona. Engagement Os Shirley Edmonson Announced Announcement was made recent ly of the engagement of Miss Shir ley Edmonson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyde C. Edmonson of Show low, to Eldon Barney, son of a well known Gila Valley family. Both are students at Gila Col lege, where they are studying agri culture. The marriage is planned to occur sometime in June. Miss Edmonson resided in Nogales with her family for a number of years. Her father is the newly elected president of the Showlow Chamber of Commerce, which was subject of a Valley National Bank review on the radio week before last. ********* Former Nogales Girl Weds In California Martha Hood Ackerman of Oak land, Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hood of Eureka, Nevada, formerly of Nogales, was married March 27 to Ensign Edward Allen Brown in the chapel at Treasure Island Navy Base. After a honey moon at Carmel, California, the young couple will make their home in Norfolk, Va., where Ensign Brown is stationed. Mrs. Brown is a sister of Mrs. George Wertz (Nanette Hood) of San Rafael, California. She at tended the University of Arizona where she was affiliated with Chi Omega sorority. ********* Children of the primary depart ment of the Congregational Metho dist Sunday School were entertain ed Saturday morning with an Eas ter egg hunt by their Superinten dent, Mrs. Lon Bellman, and teach ers. Following the hunt, sand wiches and hot chocolate were serv ed to the more than 25 children who attended. ********* Mrs. Lon Bellman, Grand Chap lain of the Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, will attend a meeting of the Grand Chapter in Phoenix April 16, 17 and 18. Mrs. Roberta Lamma, Worthy Matron of the local order, will also attend. ********* Mrs. Robert Peters was initiated into the Order of Eastern Star Thursday evening at a meeting of the order at the Masonic Temple. Following the meeting refreshments were served. ********* Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Archibald, Sr.„ are leaving next week for their home in Helena. Montana, after a three months stay here. BACK FROM. CHICAGO Mrs. Henry A. Hutchins of the Rancho Santa Barbara, near Tubac, has returned from a three weeks stay with Mr. Hutchins in Chicago where they entertained their daugh ter, Miss Dana Hutchins, vacation ing from Northwestern University, and their son Gilmore* on leave JRgph- +• »•«. AFTER.EASTER new Women s Ladies’ HATS SUITS Spring Styles Wool and Gabardine $2.98 to $4.98, Sizes fi*om 12 to 20. Dressy and Tailored Styles. Marked Down to— Women’s SKIRTS From $29.75 and $24.75 Marked Down from i — 56.90 and $4.98 to— WOMEN'S $3.00 and $2.00 Ra y° n DRESSES Wool Plaids and Pastel Shades Pastel Shades. ® izes 12 to Gabardine $2.79 WOMEN’S .DRESSES Marked Down from $19.75 and $16.50 t 0512.00 $12.00 and SB.OO Dressy Styles ... Rayon Crepe Sizes 12 to 20 and 38 to 50 MODERN GARDEN CHAISE £/w r VINCENT. McCAll Deep, innerspring cushioned comfort... sparkling mod ern beauty for veranda, garden or sunroom. That’s the PATIO Garden Chaise. Sturdy tubular steel construc tion, rubber-tired wheels for easy moving. Gay, color ful covering is sunfast, waterproof. Stocks are still lim ited-better order yours today. ** * # Nogales Bazaar 221 Morley Avenue MR. and MRS. RICHARD M. ROSS PAGE SEVEN from St. George’s School, Newport, Rhode Island. Because of unforseen circum stances, the dessert-bridge arranged for Friday, April 11th, at St. An drew’s Episcopal Church has been postponed.