The Cotulla Record (Cotulla, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1935 Page: 2 of 6
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of Chevrolet Cars
Austin, Texas, Nov. 15.—Among:
a certain and rather extensive group
of self-centered persons symptom Capacity production of the recent-
hunting unfortunately is rather pop- ly announced new 1936 Chevrolets
ular. Because of a too detailed throughout the rest of the year is
study of so-called health literature forecast by reports from dealers all
of the alarmist type or on account over the country, to the effect that
of a recent death in the family, in- sales on announcement day, Nov. 2,
trospection develops to a morbid de- j broke all records in Chevrolet his-
gree. The result is an entirely un- tory.
founded fear for all sorts of dis- The same enthusiastic public re-,
ease possibilities. Many becoming sponse was evident at the New York 1
victims ol this warped psychology Automobile Show, according to word
develop brain and nerve exhaustion received in Detroit from \V. E. Hoi- j
and in extreme cases even become ler, vice president and general sales
affected mentally, stated Dr. John W. manager of the Chevrolet Motor Co., 1
Brown, State Health Officer. ] who with other executives of the
Of course, it is entirely proper to company is attending the annual ex-'
have a normal regard for personal: hibit there. Chevrolet is displaying
well-being. To maintain vitality ' ;ts new product both in Grand Cen- '
and to prevent disease is a logical tral Palace and at a special General
pursuit for every one. But it most Motors showing in the Waldorf,
decidedly must be kept within Astoria.
bounds. When one becomes obsessed j “Outputs will have to be main-
with the subject, concern for health tained around 100,000 units a month
has overstepped the limits. j to keep pace with the demand that is
For all practical purposes, after evident,” said Mr. Holler. “We had
Amelia Takes Off-In Scooter!
giving reasonable attention to diet,
personal sanitation, sleep and exer-
cise, and assuming that one’s bodily
limitations as defined by the family
physician are appreciated, the aver-
age person can dismiss the subject
of health. This, plus the annual
physical examination should ade-
quately cover the situation.
On the other hand, conditions are
bound to arise where actual disease
symptoms manifest themselves. It
will then be up to the doctor to
decide what the trouble, if any, is | the perfected hydraulic brakes, seem
and for the patient to abide by his
In short, symptom hunting as a
hobby is a dangerous matter. One
should stay or get away from it.
It is neither safe nor healthy to do
more than 60,000 cars in the hands
of our 10,000 dealers on announce-
ment day, but orders taken so far
have greatly eyceeded the supply.
We shall be able to make prompt
deliveries, however, for we were in
full production before the cars were
announced, and .they are rolling off
the assembly lines at a faster rate
than ever before at this season.”
In the Master deluxe line, the re-
styling of the body with its new
streamlined front end treatment, and "" "aki'n'gVhit.‘
‘The statement that
a n . evidently
has a new mot-
to. 'A woman’s
place Is on the
tousle • headed
has spent most
of the past few
years in the
States, has ap-
ed a new hobby
With this pow-
e r e d scooter
Miss Earhart is
C I n e m actress
how- to scoot at
ing speed of 11
miles an hour,
landing field of
(he Los Angeles
Amelia Is giv-
ing flying les-
lie fancy more completely than any had ever offered. Now we have the
other single thing. The fact that a satisfaction of learning that the pub-
full line of body styles is now avail- j lie takes the same view.”
able in this lowest price range is
to have created the liveliest enthu-
siam among dealers and public alike,
Mr. Holler reported. In the Stan-
we are de-
lighted at the outlook requires no
qualification,” said Mr. Holler.
, , “Viewed from any angle, the situa-
aard senes, a completely re-styled Uon is highly promising. We intro-
Fished body with solid steel turret j duced these new cars in the convic-
iop seems to have captured the pub-i tion that they were the finest we
with ingredients of
Vicks Cough Drop
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Master De Luxe Sport Sedan
WITH CHEVROLET'S ISEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC RRARES
Safeguarding you and your family as you have never been safeguarded before
SOLID STEEL one-piece
a crown of beauty, a fortress of safety
NO DRAFT VENTILATION
ON NEW BODIES BY FISHER
the most beautiful and comfortable bodies
ever created for a low-priced car
making driving easier and safer
than ever before
New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes
—the highest development of the
hydraulic brake principle—are standard on
all Chevrolet models for 1936. And, like
many other features of the only complete
Ion-priced car, these new brakes are exclusive
to Chevrolet in its price range! They arc the
most efficient brakes ever developed. They
help to make Chevrolet for 1936 the safest
motor car ever built. Visit your nearest Chev-
rolet dealer. See and drive this car — today!
CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICII.
Compare Chevrolet's Inu- delivered prices and the neu
G.M.A.C. 6 per cent time payment plan—the louent ft
G.M.A.C. history. A General Motors > at
the loseeti financing cost in
the smoothest, safest ride of oil
giving even better performance
with even less gas and oil
ALL THESE FEATURES AT
CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES
AND UP. List price of New Stand-
ard Coupe at Flint, Mich., With bum-
pers, spare tire and tire lock, the list
price is $20 additional. Knee-action
on Master Models only, $20 additional.
Priees quoted in this advertisement
are lists at Flint, Mich., and subject
to change without notice.
NEW CHEVROLET FOR 1936
E. Chevrolet Company
Accounts Paid by Corn’s Court
G. D. Barnard Staty. Co., supplies, CH&J Fund ,----------
Clegg Company, supplies. CH&J Fund ...............
Maverick-Clark Litho Co., supplies, CH&J Fund ---------
Henry Neal, supplies, R&B Fund .................... ■
T. H. Poole, prisoners board, CH&J Fund -......•
Cotulla Machine Shop, supplies, R&B Fund, -----
Los Angeles Lumber Co., supplies, K&B Fund,
A. H. Hammer, road work, R&B Fund -------
B. B. Daughtrey, supplies, K&B Fund ................-•
W. K. Holt Machinery Co., supplies. R&B Fund ..........
D. & E. Chevrolet Co., refund on license, R&B Fund ~.r-
Hoff Motor Co., refund on license, R&B Fund ----------
Keck & Sons, supplies, CH&J Fund ..........— — •
Keck & Sons, supplies, R&B Fund, ............ ............-
Mrs. Ella Hofer, salary. General Fund
Internationa! Harvester Co., repairs, R&B Fund
Ft. Worth Tank and Culvert Co., supplies, R&B Fund _
Magnolia Petroleum Co., supplies, R&B Fund
Magnolia Petroleum Co., supplies. R&B Fund ...................
Hoff Motor Co., supplies, R&B Fund ............ ..................
Hinkel Motor Co., supplies, CH&J Fund ......—......—------
S. W. Bell Tel Co., General Fund . ......
H. H. Landrum, coffin, General Fund, .............................
Missouri Pacific Lines, Lease, General Fund ...........
Ernesto Lopez, road work, R&B Fund
Fernando Lopez, roadwork R and B Fund ...............—
Juan Siez, road work, R and B Fund, —...............,
Vivino Lopez, road work. R and B Fund
Pancho Cruz, road work R and B Fund ..... .
Bisente Johnson, road work, R and B Fund . , ..............-
Lasido Santos, road work. R and B Fund .....................
Geo. S. Knaggs, salary, General Fund .........,---------
Arthur Fergurson, bridge work, R and B Fund ..........
W. A. Kerr, recording birth and death cert. Gen. fd. — r_
O. W. Herman, recording birth and death cert., Gen. fd.
C. M. Juvenal, recording birth and death cert., Gen. fd.
A. U. Knaggs, Indexing birth and death cert.. Gen. fd.
Western Metal Mfg. Co., supplies, R and B Fund, ... r.....
John Nagy, salary. General Fund ................
Cotulla Record, supplies, General Fund ........................
J. P. Guinn, gasoline supplies, R and B fund ______________
J. P. Guinn, refund to tax, R and B Fund ............,....
J. P. Guinn, refund on tax, It and B Fd. ................ ,..
W. S. Jenkins, road work, R and B Fund ,______
James Mercantile Co., supplies. R and B Fund ________
Alfredo Botello, hauling relief goods, R and B Fund .. .
Juan Guerra, road work, R and B Fund
Lynn Kirkendall. supplies, R and B Fund .................
B. B. Daughtrey, supplies. R and B Fund
W. F. & J. A. Walker, supplies, R and B Fund
C. E. Embrey, road work. R and B Fund ...................,
Alvin Sancedo, road work, R and B fund ________ ...........
Felix Ramirez, road work. R and B Fund ............... ,
Benito Rocho. road work, R and B Fund ............,..............
P. Garza, road work, R and B Fund ............................
Bernardo Cardenas, road work, K and B Fund . .........
Lloyd Broom, road work. R and B Fund ...........................
Leroy Stanfield, road work, R and B Fund . _r.......
Weston Kimball, road work, R and B fund .................
Lynn Stanfield, road work, R and B Fund .. ....... ......
R. Wendt, road work, R and B Fund ................................
W. A. Tarver, burial. General Fund, ...................................
On Friday evening, November 8th,
the three adult classes of the Meth-
odist Sunday School entertained with
a supper at the Annex, honoring Rev.
and Mrs. S. M. Bailey and daughters,
our new pastor, and Rev. and Mrs.
C. R. Wade and daughter, our
former pastor, who has resigned
from the ministry, but will remain in
our city and make his home. A
large crowd greeted the “preachers”
and their families, while behind
closed doors a bountiful supper was
spread on long tables.
Mrs. M. B. Olson made a short but
very appropriate speech, and then
had the ladies to line up on one side
of the room and the men on the
other, and in this way partners were
secured for supper. Rev. Bailey
offered thanks. The doors were
thrown open and supper was served
in cafeteria style. An hour or more
was spent in eating and talking, af-
ter which several stunts and con-
tests were enjoyed. A number of
songs were sung by the crowd. There
were 90 present and everyone thor-
oughly enjoyed the occasion.
! 1935, in favor of Sugarland Indus-
tries, together with the further costs
iof executing this writ.
I GIVEN UNDER MY HAND, this
I the 7th day of November, 1935.
T. H. POOLE.
Sheriff, La Salle County, Texas
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF LASALLE
Judd B. Holt, Pastor.
Our morning services were good
last Lord’s Day. The Pastor spoke
at 11 on “Soul Winning.” We were
saved to serve. To bring another to
Christ is the highest type of Chris-
tian service. It was a joy to go to
the Methodist church for the evening
hour to unite with the rest of the
churches in welcoming into our
midst Bro. S. M. Bailey, the new
Pastor of the Methodist church.
Happy to have him and his splendid
family. May the Lord bless him in
We will have all our regular
meetings next Sunday.
Come and worship with us.
M HEREAS, by virtue of an order
of sale issued out of the District
Court of La Salle County. Texas, on
the 7th day of November, A. D. 1935
in the case of Sugarland Industries
Versus Joe McCann and Mrs. Joe
McCann, numbered 2234 on the doc-
ket of said Court, and to me as sher-
iff, directed and delivered, I have levi-
ed upon this the 7th day of Nov.
1935 at 3 o’clock p. m., the following
Being all of Lots Nos. 9, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14 and 15 in block No. 1 of
Ramsey’s Addition to the town of
Asherton Junction in La Salle County
Texas, being out of and part of ori-
ginal survey No. 11. being the prop-
erty of the defendants.
And on the 3rd day of December,
A. D. 1935, being the first Tuesday
of said month, between the hours of
10 o’clock a. m. and 4 o’clock p. m.
on said date, at the Court House
door of said county in the City of
Cotulla, Texas, I will offer for sale
at public auction to the highest bid-
der for cash in hand, all the right,
title and interest of the defendants.
Joe McCann and Mrs. Joe McCann
in and to the property above
described, which they had on
December 15. 1927, or anytime there-
after, said property having been lev-
ied on and will be sold by me to sat-
isfy a judgment amounting to $531.17
against said Joe McCann, together
with 7% interest on the sum of
$420.00 and 6 per cent interest on the
sum of $42.00 from September 18,
Dr. J. N. Lightsey
Office Phone 71. Rea. 86.
COTULLA. — TEXAS.
Dr. W. H. Morrov
OfMc Phone 68.
Ree. Phene 106.
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The Cotulla Record (Cotulla, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, November 15, 1935, newspaper, November 15, 1935; Cotulla, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1163280/m1/2/?q=yaqui: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Alexander Memorial Library.