North Carolina Newspapers

    New Model Chevrolet Six To Be Shown
Here Tomorrow; Has Free Wheeling
NFW l«m CHEVROLET COACH
Chevrolet* new car for 1932 goes
in display today at dealer show
room* throughout the nut ton
Embodying silent. syncro-mesh
transmission in combination with
-elective free-wheeling, a twentj
percent increase in power, top
speed of 65 to 70 miles an hour,
streamlined bodies and a wealth of
other new features, the new car re
mains In the price range of th«
current, series, the lowest at which
a Chevrolet, has ever sold
Heralded as “The Great Amer‘
can Vaiue for 1932,” the ear boasts
more extensive changes thaji any
annual Chevrolet model since the
change-over to a six In 192B. Yet
change* are mostly refinements ovet
the basic design of the 1931 car
which, from the standpoint, of pub
lic acceptance, was the most suc
useful in the history of the com
pany, and brought Chevrolet first
place in the Industry during thr
highly competitive market of fh»
past twelve months.
Practically every proven automo
tive feature of recent years Is In
corpofaied in the new 1932 Chev
rolet as well as a new "stabilized'
front end construction embodied
for ttje first time on any car. Out
standing improvements in the 12
line over last year’s model are down
draft carburetion, counter balanc
ed crankshaft, smaller Wheels and
larger tires, radically changed front
end appearance, finger touch”
front seat adjustment, cowl venti
lator on all models, hood doors in
stead of louvres, improved clutch
and an addlttonal cross member in
the frame.
The 2! domestic plants are nov
busy producing the new line. The|
stimulus to employment, ip the
Chevrolet organization, in affiliat
ed Fisher Body plants and among
independent suppliers made possi
ble by the introduction of the car.
it is conservatively estimated, will
add in the earnings of 200,000 peo
ple.
Lattimore News
Of Personal Items
Jordan Family Moves Away. Jeff
Hamrick Completes New Home.
Persona Is.
•Special to The Star >
Lattimore, Dee. 2.—Mis* Artha
Jones very delightfully entertained
a great, number of her Mends on
Tuesday night at. a party at her
home. A large crowd was present
and all reported a wonderful time.
Mr. and Mrs. IS, Y. Weaver of
Shelby spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. E. O, Hamrick.
Mr, and Mrs. Alonzo Mug ness and
family of Bostic spent Thanksgiv
ing with Mr. Magness's mother,
Mrs. Ella Magness,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Philbeck and
little son. Bill Junior, of Poplar
.Springs spent Thanksgiving wi'h
Mr, and Mrs. J H. Philbeck and
family.
Miss Gene McKinney spent Sun
day afternoon with Miss Mattie
Lou Fhilbeck,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Adams and
daughter, Lois, spent Sunday after
noon at the home of Mr. W. W.
Washburn of the Double Springs
community.
Mr. Charlie Lattimore, of Fores)
City spent Sunday with his cousin.
Mr. Thomas Lattimore.
Mr. G. T. Campbell of Fletcher
visited his nephew Tuesday and
Wednesday. Mr. Erastus McCurry.
Miss Ella Lee Burnette of Waco
spent the week-end with Miss Edith
Harrell.
Miss Mabel Jones spent the week
end with her grandmother, Mrs. C.
G. Ponton of the Zion community.
Miss Jones accompanied by her
aunt, Miss Poston, were Charlotte
shoppers Saturday.
MBs Mary Agnes Lattimore who
is m school at Meredith spent the
week-end at home.
Mbs Ella Lee Burnette Miss
Edith Harrell with Rev. I. D Har
rell attended a singing Sunday at
Concord.
Miss Blanche Armstrong spent j
Thanksgiving with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Armstrong
of Lincolnton.
Miss Elizabeth Hewitt of Lenoir
Rhyne college spent Thanksgiving
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R
R, Hewitt.
Mr. and Mrs. C B, Hamrick at
tended the funeral Saturday of Mr.
Edgar Price at Bethel in Ellen
boro.
Mbs Mary Elizabeth Willis of
Boiling Springs junior college spent
the week-end at home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Willis,
Miss Ora Jones is visiting, Mr.
and Mrs. Grady Turner of Gaffney.
Misses Nola Cooper and Ruth
Kanlpe of West Shelby are visiting
NOTICE OF MEETING l PON PETITION
FOR DISCHARGE—NO *3IT
In the District Court ot the Untied
States for the Western District Of North
Carolina—In Bankruptcy
In the Matter of F. F. Black and K S
Black, Partners trading as The Style
Shoo tShelby. N. C,L Bankrupt
Nonce is hereby given to. all ere* to
and other parties in Interest that the
above named bankrupt s petition for dis
charge has been referred to the under
signed as Special Master; that pursuant
to the terms of the said order the said
petition has been set down for a heurin^
oefore the undersigned Special Master,
the law office of. the said Special Master
200 Law Building. Charlotte N. C on
Wednesday, the 30th day of December
1931, at 2 o clock P. M . el which Mm
and place all parties may attend and
duly consider the said petition and dis
charge.
The said meeting may be continued
from time to time without further notice
until all matters are disposed of.
This the 1st day of December, 1931.
R MARION ROSS. Special Master
It 4c Charlotte N C
STAR AD VS, PAYS
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Miss Ola .Jones,
Mr, and Mrs John Patterson and
baby, of Shelby, spent the week
end with Mrs. George McSwaln.
The following were dinner guests
Sunday ot Mrs, George McSwaln
and family: Mr. and Mrs, Odus
McSwaln and family of Pleasant
Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. John Patter
son of Shelby and Miss Mary Ada
and Mr. Franklin Monroe.
Mr. .John Hamrick of Wake For
est visited over the week-end at the
home of Mr. J. O. Martin,
Miss Edna Harrell of Boone spem
the week-end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harrell
Mr and Mrs. N. B. fee and Dr.
and Mrs. L. V. lee were the din
ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs
George Spurting of near Shelby.
Miss Beatrix Blanton of Boiling
Springs spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr and Mrs J. S
Blanton.
Mr. and Mrs. Lear Harrill of Ra
leigh visited Mr. HarrtU's mother,
Mrs. Julia Harrill Thanksgiving.
Master Kudyard Max Harrill, son
j of Mr. and Mrs, 7, A. Harrill spent
the day Friday with his aunt Mrs
I C. C. Lovelace.
Jordans Movr Away.
The Lattinjore community re
grets the fact that. Prof, anti Mrs
Karl Jordan have moved away. We
regret, to lose such - fine Christian
hearted people ns the Jordan, but
we hope that Mr. and Mrs. Joidan
will visit us real often.
The dinner guests of Mr, and
Mrs. R. L. Hunt Saturday were.
Mr. and Mrs. tear HarrU of Ra
leigh and Mrs. Julia Hamit and
son, Colon.
Miss Etta Jones of the Double
Springs community was the spend
the-night guest of Miss Pearl Har
rell Tuesday.
Miss Stella Jones spent the night
Monday with Miss Lydia Poston.
Mr, Bruce Ward of Boone spent
the week-end with Miss Mary Ward
his sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones and
family spent the week-end at Ear!
with Mrs. Jones' parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Hulseys.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rayburn and
daughter. Frances, of Lancaster, S
C. spent the week-end with Mr
and Mrs. S. C. Rayburn
Mr. Horace Harrill who works on
the extra force spent the week-end
at home
Mr. Sidney Hamnrk ol Shelby is
visiting his daughter Mrs Jeft
Hamrick.
Occupy New Home.
Mr. C, Jeff Hamrick has moved \
his family to their magnificent res- \
ldence which has just been wra
pleted on East Main street
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wyatt, were
the week-end guests of Mrs A G
Smith of Shelby
Mr. Edtey Martin ot Wake For- *
esi spent the week-end with his
| parents. Mr and Mrs. J C Mar
tin
Messrs Charlie Stockton and
Gleason Hamrick spent Thanksgiv
ing in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs L C Toms and
Mist- Katie Mae visited Mr and
Mrs. R. V. Toms of Shelby Sunday
afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. L. O Hanmck had
as their dinner guests Sunday, Mrs.
J. M. Wilson and daughters, Musses
Verrtie and Mary and Mr. Jack Wil
son and Miss Claudia Spencer of
the Zion community, Mrs. Susan
Cornwell and Misses L.ahra and
Nora Cornwell of Shelby and Miss
Katie Mae Toms.
Mrs Hart Justice and Mrs. James
Shearer spent the day Tuesday with
Mrs. T. P. Gold.
Mr Allen Wilson visited his aunt
Mrs. L. O. Hamrick Friday after
noon
Miss Frances Poole of Alabama
has been visiting friends here. Mr
Poole is a former teacher here
Ausbsl
Santa Claus Look s
For Big Christmas
Manta Claus, Ind., lire, rt.—
Ihr IHtlr fourth-class post of
fice in this town, five iii lies
from a railroad station, is 4 ak
in* plans for the *re* test
Christinas rush In its hisi.nl y.
Heretofore letters addressed by
children to the patron j ahnt ol
j Christmas, which found iheir way
j here have been the greatest problem
of the post office staff, but this
year outgoing mall will cause un
precedented congestion.
Direct-by-nmil advertisers and
firms that mail Christmsfi. cards
and gilts for clients have notified
the post office department at Wash
ington they plan extensive mailing
from here thin year so the letters
and packages —;J1 be postmarked
JL "l1.. . 1
"Santa Claus.
As a resuit, two special mailing
machines capable of postmarking
40,000 letters per hour are being
shipped here, and special clerks fa
miliar with their operation will
swell the post office stail.
This development in the growing
popularity of Santa Claus, Ind., has
caused reports tliat steps will be
taken by post office officials at
Washington to have the name of
the office changed.
But this year the officials can
only grin and bear it, and arrange
for many more than the almost one
million pieces of mail sent from
here last year by people who first
thought of the "Santa Claus" post
mark idea.
Washington, Dec. 2 - -The post of
fice department 'has no intention
whatsoever of abolishing Santa
Claus.
Charles F Trotter superintend
ent of the division of post office
service, said reports to the effect
that Santa Claus, Indiana, might
have its name changed by the de
partment were "absolute nonsense.”
Every year at Christmas time a
flood of mail is sent to the little
town to be postmarked so the let
ters and packages will bear the
magic name.
This results in a ipt of extra work
and John J. Fields, superintendent
of mails at Louisville where the
Sant* Claus mail la sorted and d-fc
patched, said chancing the name o.
the post office was being conala"
ed.
"Cnange the name of Sar.^.
Claus!” A high poet office depar.
ment official said "Never! Bette,
to change the name of Arkansas
There is mere to the moder.
girl than meets the eye,” savi ■
writer.
But not much more
Announcing a MEW
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CHEVROLET SIX
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Silent Syncro-Mesh shift
Simplified Free Wheeling
Improved six-cylinder engine
r
60 horsepower (20% increase)
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65 to 70 miles an hour
Faster, quieter getaway
Smoother operation
Smarter Fisher Bodies
Greater comfort and visknt
Unequalled economy
The
ance strike* a smart new note m motor car styling
ttfe performance combine* the greatest thriDaof modern
motoring Its new features mcbtde many of the irapor
•ant cWeiopment* in engmeeriag SMtoeffaenwhip. It
eetuolK took*. /eels. namtrvU and perform* Kins
ever associated w»tb low pries
and
4 fow at fo owlet siwftng haghftgbt* of
Sated abowe—a few of the typkwl
•be new
W
r«nwf)ot)ie tow-priced automobile*. Ami aA at ftim
new feature* are offered in twenty different models—
eacdi Ktvled m a new and distinctive manner in keep
<ng wtb dw knmt traditions of Fisber ctiftmodap
'Vb Iwiwirjp madh an outstanding autamobfle m Am
amm CbwTnfat fit* a* snob low prices, Chevrolet has
nriloed mmtry advantage of Its present poallioo as tbs
world’s largest bulkier of automobiles. And Chevrolet
pMsaots this now ear—proud in tbs knowledge that
b represents the Cmmr 4mert<im f«fc*e far HMBi.
F.O.B-PUM.
MICH,
On display tomorrow, Saturday, December 5tl*
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CLINE, Inc.
SHELBY, N. C.
    

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