North Carolina Newspapers

    ' Chevrolet Kctluccs
, ; De.Xuxe Mocjels
v Detroit, Noy.fi LThe Chevrolet
, s. Motor " Company ; today ; announced
that, effective . with the- Introduction
- ef its ; new passenger car models to
- morrow, prices 'of three of .it air
" Master de luxe models will be reduc
ed below the levels of the 1985 prices,
the other prices in this line remain
" ing unchanged. : Master.; de luxe
' MA J.) 111 V - 11-1-1 - il.U
conventional ' spring -v suspension or
with knee action at slight additional
1 cost' .;; ; : ; ; : - . ?.&n(if
Prices for - the new Chevrolet
Standard models, which introduce fine
car completeness and luxury to the
lowest-priced field, range - from $495
: for the coupe to $600 . for the sport
sedan. Chevrolet for the first' time
offers a sport sedan and a town
THE PERQUIMANS .WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1935.
sle'gtS3aTiriet'rLike"fli
Master de- Jure ,Chevrolets, the. new
Standards -haver; perfected hydraulic
brakes ' and. solid steel " .turret-: t$p
Fisher bodies.; They are of longer
wheelbase than the ? 1986 Standard
series, and -ere is a full line of
models Available. ,- .
I Prices "ef the twd lines are as
follows:-'; ;
Master de ' luxe Coach, $580;
sedan, $640; tow sedan, $605; sport
sedan, $665; business coupe, $560;
sport coupe, $690.
Standard Coach, $510; Toupe,
$495; sedan, $575; town sedan, $635;
sport sedan, $600; .sedan delivery,
$535.
Fifty-five Dure bred Guernsey cat
tle were entered by 35 farmers in
the recent Burke Countv Guernsey
cattle show.
c SPORTS TALK I
" ' By Whittt '
Rain took' chara nf tn fnnthall
game that was to. have been played
between the local Indians and
Oceana . last Fridav. The rime tru
called off Friday, because of the rain,
so tne boys will not play another
game until Friday of this week. .
Next Friday the local High foot
ball team meets Aulander in Aulan-
der with their first grid " encounter
with this team this season.
The boys are anxious to take this
game, so they can add one win to
their schedule this season. .
The Edenton Eleven defeated the
Elizabeth Citv Hiirh team in a rainy
and muddy clash,"' in Edenton, last
game was piayea in a steady drizzle
and(.wea..not entirely ' finished on ac
count of darkness. Automobile lights
were, nsea to give a little light! on
tne gridiron. Talk about last Friday.
Boy! it was bad wentw tnctyn
. Edenton adds another win to their
8UU undefeated schedule.
The sirls have been
the coming basketball team since
September. Thev starts nlavino
class games this week. The seniors
defeaed the juniors 54 to 12.
Although the srame wan mivntv
one-sided, it certainlv lonkn
girls are gong- to nave a swell hard
wood team.
The next game will be between tb
freshmen and sophomores. This
game will be played this week sometime.
Basketball fans will be glad to
lean)" that the girls have a game with
was lung ton this year,
l hey,, were unable 'to obtain a
Nancy Woods has"' -two games with
nwnuufmi m uiv xuov acneame.
One of he games will be played in
Washington and the : other will be
played at the local court. -
Those who saw Washington play
Elizabeth City last year know that
the Washington team is nlentv hat.
The girls want to take the two sramen
and they want to take them bad.
Several plays are to be e-iven this
year for the benefit of the Athletic
Association. The first, "The Taming
of Tuffy," with Miss Nancv Woods
coaching, will be given within the
next few weeks. The play is a three
act comedy.
The boys will begin their annual
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basketball practice soon 'They ere
hoping to be able to start practice
this week, but were unable to obtain
the auditorium for practice.
Quite number ' expect to report
when' the first practice is called.
This year's team will miss Brinn,
Byrum and Thompson from the hard
wood lineup;
HALLOWE'EN PARTY
ENJOYABLE AFFAIR
Mrs. Lloyd White and Mrs. C. T.
White entertained at a Hallowe'en
party on Friday evening at the home
of Mrs. Robert Perry, of Woodville.
Many interesting games were enjoy
ed. Delicious refreshments were
served to about seventy-five guests.
More than 2,500 ears of corn were
selected and entered at th rnni
Cleveland County fair by farmers of
4.T
me county.
TEE NEW
CHEVROLET FOR
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DEALER ADVERTISEMEKT
. HEW PEBFECTED
DYDnnULIC DDAnES
the safest andtmoothtt ever devefoped
inpnovcb OLiDino
nrjEE-ncTion nine
J, Mm smoothest,
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SOLID STCCL one-piece
TunncT top
a crown of beaut, a fortress
of iqhty
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THE Chevrolet Motor Company
climaxes a quarter-century of
quality manufacture by presenting
Chevrolet for 1936 the only complete
low-priced ear.
This new Chevrolet is the only car that
bringa jou all these good things at lowest
cost. The only lower-priced car with New
Perfected Hydraulic Brakes. The only
lower-priced car with the Improved Gliding
Knee-Action Ride. The only lower-priced
car with beadtiful new Body by Fisher-
new high-compression valve-in-head
engine solid steel Turret Top, and many
other improvements which give smarter,
smoother, safer and more economical
motoring. v
See and ride in the only complete low
prifxd cartoday! ' i
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NO DRAFT VEUTILATIOU
ON NEW BODIES BY FISHES
tne most beautiful and comfortable bodies
ever created for a low-priced car
HIGH-COMPRESSION
VALVE-IFf-HEAD
ENGIUE
gvng even better performance with
even leu gat and oil
FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES
SIIOCKPROOF
STEERING
making driving easier and safer
than ever before
AND UP. List price1 'of ' New Standard
t, Aucnigan.' With bumpers,
iire loot. h Hal: nrico t9.R
Knee-Action
additional. Prices quoted in this
are list at rant, Michigan,
cnange witnout nonce.
Hertford
N.C.
    

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