The Silsbee Bee (Silsbee, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1954 Page: 3 of 16
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• C0U> TABLETS SPECIAL
MIASOfTHRICIN NOSE OROPS
• LIQUID CHEST RUB
COME HITHER— Miami
Beach, Fla,, publicists claim
this picture will make younn
men go south. But lovely Mil-
dred Dudzik doesn't seem par-
ticularly Interested In that
claim as she prepares for a.
swim and some ran.
pi£cc of wtduing cikc iron) nil bndf, Cuflfiliuui MftnH
French beauty who won the Miss Universe of IBM title,
young ooupie was wed in a simple double-ring oereeoony
attracted more than IBM well-wishers to the Chunks o
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MEN’S AND BOYS’
Regrouped Dresses from our
entire stock. Complete range
of sixes. Assorted materials
in Chambrays, Rayon, Linen
STYLES OUt OF THIS
GROUP 1 GROUP 2
values to 7J5 values to 12.95
Entire stock of Men’s and
Boys’ ■ Jackets, About #ff
Jacket* in' tip i»i. -
2 TO 4 YARD
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and White. Regular 49c and 79c
»l" Buy' hy Our Ne# York Office.
THIS WEEK-END AT—
Kobro designed this two-tone
Dotes casual, added mono-
gyeues at hip ond shoulder.
GM Builds First U.S. Gas Turbine Car
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THURSDAY, ANUAEV M. HS4
By MBA. C. H. SHAWVEK
’Rev. K. W. Terrell announces
that several candidates for bap-
V vflT ft from First Up
THE SILSBEE BEE
Church of Loeb Wednesday night
to Emanuel Baptist Church in
Fletcher for services. All inter-
ested have been invited to come
to church for a brief service and
then go to Fletcher. Mrs. C... J.
COD REMEDY KIT
Red enameled steel case
with red plastic cup cap.
• 3 Positive Heats • Wet-Proof
• Snap-on Flannel Cover
Fiat quality rubber.
Hardin Drug Co.
L. P. and J. P. Skinner, Pharmacists
GOOD HEALTH TO ALL FROM REXALL
Bendy, W.M.S. president, will at-
tend the Associations! Rally In
Port Arthur, Friday, January 22.
Mrs. J. W. Boykin reports that
one of her students. Lloyd Cherry,
has dropped out as he has moved
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Gaines and
children spent, the weekend in
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Cox are the
parents of a daughter„ Debra Ann.
bora Sunday in the Baptist hos-
pital in Beaumont. Mr. and Mr3.
N. Gore visited them Sunday.
Mr.and Mrs.C. T. Jordanhave
the E. E. Beck family living tem-
porarily with them while the
Black’s build their home near the
The Loeb P.T.A. met last Thurs-
day with It present for the regu-
lar business meeting. Mrs. C. J.
Bendy and committee, Mrs. Rose
Williams and Mrs. Ellen Bendy
were given the check to purchase
some new furniture with . the
money which "Mrs. Shawver and
Mrs. Williams made by selling the
few remaining ads as a premium
. from Bis Gerald Senlc
Mrs. Lula Metcalf of Kountze
spent the -weekend with the C. H.
Misses Joyce Lewis and Jean
Leatherwood, students at Sam
Houston State Teacher’s College
at Huntsville, will be home Tues-
day through Sunday for the mid-
Pvt. Cless Gardiner returned to
Fort Hood after spending five
days recently wl ___
Ir of Mr. and Mrs. George Mitch-
ell, Jr. was taken to the Doctor
Monday due to an ear infection.
Sonny Burge writes his parents
that he will be home soon from
the army after receiving his dis-
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dcnby left
Sunday night for Bryan where he
Mr. and Mrs. F. Landry and
children visited his mother in
Silsbee Sunday evening.
Rev. Terrell reported a won-
derful Evangelistic convention
held in Fort Worth recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and
children visited Mrs. Chance in
Mrs. Lizzie McNeely is making
her home with the W. T. Willi-
ford family now. Henry McNeely
was injured in a fall on his job
at the new Kirby Mill and is con-
fined lo Hotel Dieu, Mr. and Mrs.
Williford visited hhn Sunday
Mrs. Lorena Webb of Call is
visiting her daughter, lbs. Joe
Comer and husband.
Rev. La Pariare accompanied
Mrs. J. B. Peden and Mrs. Fannie
Williams to Galveston Tuesday
to be with Mr. J. B. Peden who
is very ill and will undergo surg-
ery soon in the John Sealy Hos-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griffin and
children of Baytown visited in
the J. F. Griffin home recently.
Mrs. W. K. Smith has gone to
Shreveport to visit her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Boykin
and children were recent visitors
The Loeb Junior basketball
team played Westminister Pres-
byterian boys team last Tuesday.
The score was 17-39. Tuesday,
January. 26, they vtlll play the
Salvation Army at their gym.
Loeb lost their game with Kountze
Robert Plate is a patient in
Richardson hospital In Jasper. His
mother Is witij hhn and her father,
O. F. Spell, Sr., entered the hos-
Mr. Boykin reports this month’s
average daily attendance is good.
School cehius’ Is underway and
will be completed soon. /
Perlyss Hunt is Out of Mrs,
Steward’s classes due to illness.
The Loeb School has started
preliminary work for National
We welcome Miss Bonnie Davis
of Newton and Miss Juanita Cold-
in of Beaumont to our community.
They are employed at the Cotton-
wood Drive Inn.
E. H. Gilchriest is recovering
from the flu. “Mother” Gilchriest
is very ill in her home in Beau-
m°nt' Guidry and
son and Frenchie Robbins visited
Miss Eloise Garrett in Newton
Mrs, Betty Williford brought
her mother, Mrs. Rilda Lewis,
home with her from Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Shawver attended
a surprise birthday supper hon-
oring Mrs. Shawver Thursday
night in the J, L. Killen home in
Beaumont. Ernest Shawver called
his mother from. San Diego to
wish her a happy Birthday and to
say he hopes to be home In a
couple of months.
Motors. In the cockpit, beneath a plastic bobble, Is Test Driver Maori Rose who pot the car thrMtgh M
down paces at GM’s proving grounds near Milford. Mich., and l’hoenix, Ari*. The car'a aerodynamic H
has an aircraft motif with a “needle” nose, swept-back delta wings and vertical tail Bn.
Because the gas turbine oaea large volumes of air, the Firebird has scoops on either aide of the driver’s
cockpit and a large tall cone for exhaust gas. Ha kerosene burning engine, mounted at tho rear Of the driver's
■ * • -• * •* ■ ”“H” • lias Tim powor
seat, consists of two mechanically independent parts, a gasifier section and a power, turbii
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Garden Club Meets In
O. C. Seely Home
The Sib;bee Garden Club held
their first meeting of the new
year Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
O. C. Seely with Mrs. C. Z. Pope
Mrs. W. C. McNeil and Mrs. J.
D. Thompson, program leaders,"
were assisted with the program
on “Designs and Color Harmony"
by Mrs. C. A. Howell.
A special arrangement of red
camelias on the buffet by Mrs. E.
M. Wilson, Sr., was prized f blue
Refreshments were served to 23
members and one guest, Mrs. Leon
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Read, Bob. The Silsbee Bee (Silsbee, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1954, newspaper, January 21, 1954; Silsbee, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth770909/m1/3/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Silsbee Public Library.