5DAV, NOV. 5,
the franklin press and the highlands maconian
,uin and vicinity will get
jirst view Saturday of the
037 Chevrolet. It will go on
display at the Burrell Motor
L 7 a- m-. immediately
7 breakfast which W. C.
|, is holding at the Watkins
in honor of his organization,
breakfast is one of some
similar affairs being held
the country just^ before
;ew models go on view. It
l acknowledgmen^t of the un-
usual cooperation displayed by
Chevrolet dealer employes this past
year. Their emphasis on owner sat
isfaction, Mr. Burrell asserted, has
been an important factor, not only
in the year’s sales record, but in
the unparalleled bank of advance
orders received for 1937 models.
An exceptionally large volume of
such orders is on file this year, be
said, as a result of the public’s
experience with the 1936 Chevrolet.
Immediately after the breakfast,
the salesroom on Palmer street will
be thrown open, and an open
house atmosphere will prevail all
day. Cars will be delivered to pur
chasers in the rotation in which
the orders are received, Mr. Bur
rell said, adding that production in
the 10 Chevrolet assembly plants
is now going on at a rate which
assures prompt delivery on all
edited by MRS. T. C. HARBISON
REV. AND MRS. W. F. BEADLE
HIGHLANDS, Nov. 4.—Honoring
the Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Beadle
upon their return to Highlands,
where Mr. Beadle will again have
charge of the Methodist church,
was a “pounding” on Thursday eve
ning at the Methodist parsonage. A
large number of church members
and others attended the affair, and
enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs, Wideman and fam
ily left Monday for their home in
West Palm Beach, Fla., after
spending the summer and fall here
at “Kannonah,” one of Miss Re
becca Harris’ Alain street houses.
Aliss Louise B. Cramer has re
turned to her home in Atlanta
after enjoying the autumn season
at her Highlands Estates cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rideout and
Luther Rice, Jr., are in Highlands
again after several days’ visit in
J. M. Bruner, of Westminister,
S. C., left for his home Tuesday
after being called to Highlands on
the account of the death of his
friend, Dr. E. R. Gilbert.
Bob Knight returned to High
lands for a few hours during the
week-end to see to the final clos
ing of King’s Inn for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reese will oc
cupy the King’s Inn caretaker s
cottage for the winter.
Miss Betsy Potts and Jack and
Edward Potts were at their homes
here from Western Carolina Teach
ers’ college last week-end.
Thomas Potts left Monday for
Belleglade, Fla., where he is em
ployed for the winter. He accom
panied the Widemass to West
Visiting Mrs. Edith Dougall at
“Faraway” is her brother, Howard
B. Bloomer, and Mrs. Bloomer, of
Detroit, and their daughter-in-law,
5vlrs. Howard B. Bloomer, Jr., of
Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hays made
a business trip to Asheville Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith have
moved in from their farm for the
winter and are now occupying the
Smith cottage on Fourth street.
Pke (onmfek Gvi,-
ON DISPLAY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7
(With UNISTEEL Tttrret Top Construction)
Wider, roomier, more luxurious, and the
first all-steel bodies combining silence
NEW DIAMOND CROWN
Making this new 1937 Chevrolet the
Bmartest and most distinctive of all low-
(at no extra cost)
Proved by more than two million Knee-
Action users to be the world’s safest,
Much more powerful, much more spirited,
and the thrift king of its price class.
It’s the newest of aU low-priced cars ... new
in every feature, fitting and fabric... also the
most thoroughly safe, the most thorougMy
proved, the most thoroughly dependable.
it reveals an even ^ all-time high in Chevrolet sales.
S37 i. n™ M thrm^ to
Chevrolet lor lyoi Stvline . . • new m the
beauty of its All-Steel Bo^
unmatched the greatly increased power and
... and excitmgly ^hen,
acceleration of aOti^gh. It embothes all the
too, this thrimngj^^ dependable and
extra-value fe range.
MOrOK COMPANV. DBXBO.T. M.CHrOAN
SAFETY PLATE GLASS
(at no extra cost)
The finest quality, clearest-vision safety
plate glass, included as standard equipment.
NO DRAFT VENTILATION
rn.n;^ating drafts, smoke, windshield
clouding — promoting health, comfort,
(at no extra cost)
Steering so true and vibrationless that
driving is almost effortless.
(With DoublB-Artloulated Brake Shoe Linkage)
Recognized everywhere as the safest,
smoothest, most dependable brakes ever
'a general motors
BURRELL MOTOR COMPANY
Franklin, N. C.