The Silsbee Bee (Silsbee, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1965 Page: 7 of 14
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By MBS. C. H. SHAWVEB
Arthur Wayne Williams has all visited in Silsbee during the
ecovered from illness and was day-
ible to return to school Mon- The WMU circles from Loeb
lay First Baptist Church meet this
„ „ , , week as follows:, Zemma Hare,
Mrs. H. finer accompanied Monday, in a. m., with Mrs.
>er six-year-old son, Charles, Ratliff; Lois Lorraine, Tuesday,
>ack to his doctor Monday for 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Culver; Mil-
lis last shot cox> Thursday, 9 a. m., Mrs. J.
» , „ .. Griffin; Alice Keith, Thursday,'
Ivie Erwin was in Kountde H) a m., . Mr8. Gordy on
flonday for jury service. Kountze highway.
Sympathy1 is extended V. Adult II Tralninfe Union of
tobin in the death of his bro- Loeb First Baptist Church will
her, Hy P. Robin, 81, who died have a fish supper Friday night
'hursday in St. Mary’s Hos- at Dam B.
iital in Port Arthur. Mr. and sgt. and Mrs. George Mitchel)
Irs. V. Robin and Mr. and Mrs. of California talked to his par-
lomer Shawver attended the ents Sunday night. They left
uiieral at 9 a. m. Saturday here Saturday returning to
rotn St. Elizabeth Catholic California and reported a good
'hurch. Interment followed in trip home after two weeks Visit
)ak Bluff Memorial Park in herd.
*ort Neches. Mrs. C. H. Shawver visited
I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bythe- Mrs. Ada Duke in Beaumont
rood of Pprt Arthur visited Sunday afternoon. She is re-
'uesday with her brothers, covering from illness.
Saury and Bert Mitchell, and • Mrs Sudie Cole vlsited her
lister, Mrs. E. M. Stewart. They Mrs. Ritchie, in Port
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Newsum is spending a while with Rev.
Port Arthur were visitors in and Mrs. Richard Steei.
>rt Nefson in Wildwood Re- **f’ and ^rs' B,U B"ycr nad
irt city. children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Visiting over the week in the Sumerlin and children of Hous-
>me of Mr. and Mrs. filma J®*1 visited Mr, and Mrs. Joe
illiford were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson last Sunday,
imes Ricks, Mrs. J. R. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles John-
r. end Mrs. Robert Ander- son and son of Beaumont and
n and son, Tim, of Kountze. Mrs. Mamie Waddell and
Martha Overstreet were Mr
and Mrs. Vincent Overstreet o
Kountze, Mrs. Gladys Eller ant
daughter, Lynda of Beaumont
Mrs. Dale Williams, Ronnie ant
Lavoune from Chanct-Loeb.
the creek from Honey Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gardner
attended the O. E. S. line offi-
cers meeting in Evadale Sun-
Visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Gardner over
the weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Weeks and family from
Mr. and Mrs.- Joe Wilson
went to Houston Sunday eve-
ning. Mrs. Wilson will enter the
hospital Monday for treament
and probably surgery.
Mrs. Louis Collins visited in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Evans and Mrs. Martha Over-
street last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Evans, -Mr.
and Mrs. O. C. Harper and
Randy attended the funeral of
Mrs. Myrta Wilson in Newton.
Mrs. Lela Davis, and Mrs.
Thelma Jeffrion, visited in the
Dr. H. L Munden
THE CALVARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH oh Roosevelt Drive Ex-
tension will use this locomotive bell presented by Santa Fe Railway to sum-
mons members of its congregation to worship services following recent dedica-
tion ceremonies here. Shown around the'bell, symbol of an historic era in trans-
portation, gre (from left) H. C. Martin, Santa Fe division freight and passen-
ger agent, Beaumont; John E. Gill, trainmaster-road foreman of engines who
presented the relic as a gift of railway management; Rev. P. A. DuBose, pastor;
J. H. Gilcrease, railway yard clerk and training union superintendent and
P. A. Goetsell, agent, all of Silsbee. Mr. DuBose stated the church plans to in-
stall the bell in a steeple to be constructed soon.
CAREFUL ATTENTION i
SERVICE STOP :
FOR YOUR CAR! :
• WASHING « /
• ROAD SERVICE
• PICKUP & DELIVER!
• EV 5-3811 * :
GULF SERVICE i
W. M. Curry, Owner
715 N. 5th St. EV 5-2511
American National Bank ot Beau-
mont to Pine wood Dev. Corp., re-
Plnewood Dev. Corp. to Elmer R.
Mercer et ux, release.
Buck Jones Lumber Co, to Garland
Garland Moore io Beaumont Sav-
ings and Loan Assoc., transfer.
Anahuac; Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Fondren and children, and Mrs.
Milton Dominy and Mrs. Leon
Crtjse, all of Beaumont, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas G i b s o n and
Filed for record in Hardin County,
Two methods for putting
stretch into all-cotton socks
have been devised by U. S. De-
partment of Agriculture scien-
tists—one for yarn and one for
Justin Dale Alford In Re: W. B.
Alford, C/C of judgment.
E. N. Langham et ux to H. B,
Bartmesa et ux, warr deed.
Raymond Rartmess et al to Hardin
Savings and Loan Assoc.,
deed of trust.
Seaboard Pipe and Equipment Co.
to Jamea B. Fuller et al, affidavit of
W. B. Carlker to Terminal Oil Co.,
li,;i go pnntrapt
Cuctis J. Dillon to Orbie Allen Dix-
on, warr deed.
George P. Kirkpatrick to George P.
Kirkpatrick Jr., oil, gas and min
L. G. Stoke) to Robert Sanders, Jr.,
te ux, warr deed.’
Wildwood Assoc, to Glynne L. Har-
ris, gen warr deed.
Wildwood Assoc, to Thomas J.
J. Moore Sr. et ux, gen warr deed.
| Wildwood Assoc, to Mary Sue Petit
et vir, gen warr deed.
Wildwood Assoc, to VegHen Mabry
et ux, gen warr deed.
WUdivood Assoc, to Kenneth G.
Tammcn, gen warr deed.
Wildwood Assoc, to Herman L.
Louvici Sr. et ux, gen warr deed.
Wildwood Assoc, to W. C. Robinson,
gen warr deed.
Wildwood Assoc, to M. B. Park Jr.
et ux, gen warr deed.
I Now Serving
3rd A Magnolia
2525 N. 11th
Johnny Mitchell to R. O. Jordan,
Mobil Homes Inc. to Thressa Hig-
Oi-ace Oil Co. to First City National
Bank of Houston, deed of trust.
R. L. Allistcr to Martin McBride
et ux, release
C. R. , Clurg to Leonard G. Glow-
sne et ux, release.
Charles H. McDonnough et ux In
Re: K. M. T. Corps, affidavit.
Charles H. McDprtnough to Dan
Dan Wagner Coi^>. to T. J.. Bettes
Co., transfer of lien.
One Stop! Everything handled at one office by
home folks — Financing — Construction — Sales
Open 9 a. m. daily — 1:00 p. m. on Sundays
A Menu Full of Succulent
A Good Deed Is All You Need”
0 Send information on homes
Q Have representative call
Aviation Anti - Submarine
Warfare Technician Airman El-
vin D. Singletary, USN, son fo
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Singletary
of Route 2, Silsbee, graduated
Jan. 15, from the Aviation
Anti - Submarine Warfare
School at the Naval Air Tech-
nical Training Center, M em -
U TV , * vv LUUlvl BUj , VOIIII Hll,
Richard Wcathcrsby to Hardin Co.
Say. and Loan Assoc.
Albert D. Burch et ux to Francis I.
Wills et vir, dede of trust.
Clifford O. Williams et ux to E. H.
Harper Jr., lease.
Model Homes Inc. to E. H. Harper
S. W. Worthy et ux to Vilna O.
Estate of Lelia S. Carroll In Re:
William E. Carroll, C/C of probate.
C. L. Brown Jr. to SusqUe Brown
Producing Co., assgin of lien.
Come In Today. Try These
For A Taste Delight!
CHILI AND TAMALES
* BOWL CHILI
C. P. McDaniel et ux to Joseph G.
Richard et ux, gen warr deed.
Joseph P. Richard et ux to Hardin
Co Sav. and Loan Assoc., deed of
Luther L. Lyons et ux to Texas
American Builders Inc., contract.
Kirby Lumber Corp. to H. B. War-
ren, pasture lease. .
Leon Mathews to F. H. Carpen-
ter Jr., deed.
Mary Evans Earnest to Silsbee State
Bank, deed of trust. »
Lloyd Frazier et ux to L. R. Bettes
et ux, deed.
David M. Wallace to Challenger Oil
Corp., assign. *
Director of Internal Revenue to
W. Betty Mitchell, notice of Fed.
440 Highway 96 South
We Salute The Scouts
a good place
nue lauiigiejt luctisc,
Estate of William L. Glsllett Jr.
& Radio Service
820 South 3rd Street
FREE PICKUP 8
Service On All Makes
Phone EV 5-2795
Hardin County Savings And
129 North Fifth Street
A S° f 0Ge*
During Boy Scout Birthday Week, February 7th to 13th, we arc proud to
express a special salute in honor of Scouting . . . that great movement
dedicated to building better citizens, a better community and a better
world. Best wishes, Boy Scouts, and may you ever “Strengthen America’s
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Read, Tommy. The Silsbee Bee (Silsbee, Tex.), Vol. 46, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1965, newspaper, February 11, 1965; Silsbee, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775756/m1/7/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Silsbee Public Library.