WWW YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY
_ jM»» T. Gr«*ms. representative of the total Security
toMtatoton. ta w every Thursday at the Neath
Cseefim Eropleymeet Security Commission office la tho
ms» m Bank BuUdtav.
Ia social security headquarters
in Baltimore they have earnings
records of 140,000,000 workers—;
every person who has been is-'
sued a social security account,
number card in the 25 years |
since social security started, j
E£cfc earned dollar shewn on
each of those 140 million ac-|
counts had to be reported before
it- could be put in- the worker’s 1
account. Fdr every dollar that
hasn’t been reported, or was re
ported incorrectly, Someone is
short one dollar ij| hjs account.
Those dollars will be very im-’
pbrtapt one day befause each
worker’s record of* eflrrlings is
uSed to figure she fcmiSunt of his
retirement or disability benefits,
or tbe benefits. payable to his
family in case of his death., J
'Self-employed people, report-;
ii)g their earnings for social se r j
purity purposes at the same timej
they file their annual income]
t$R return, should be sure that’
Schedule 9E at the bottom ofl
R»ge 3 of their Schedule C or
Schedule F is completely and!
I Merry HH News]
By LOUISE B. |
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Jr.,
and children, Ellen, Edmund 111,
arid Marie, spent the week-end
with Dr. and Mrs. Charles Pru
den in Wilson.
; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baze
jpore and children, Mike and:
Patricia of Portsmouth, Va., Mr. I
and Mrs. George Bazemore, Ker-|
isit Mizelle and Billy Umphlett l
of Edenton visited Mrs. C. T.
Baker and family Sunday.
J. P. Love attended an edu
cational -meeting in ” -Asheville
from Thursday until Saturday.
' Mrs. H. G. Evans, Jr., and
Mrs. Louise Pratt of Edenton
Were in Norfolk Tuesday on
-Mr. and Mrs. Boy Biker visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bunch and
family in Williamston Sunday
Mrs. Chet White and mother,
Mrs. Lillie Evans visited Mr.
ahd Mrs. Stanly Evans, in Wind
sor Saturday nightie
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff . Keeter and
son, Scottie of Edenton visited
Mrs. KeeteFs wothih, Mrs. H. R.
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correctly filled in. For it is
only from this Schedule SE that
the social security people can
make a record of self-employ
To make sure your earnings
records are correctly kept, al
ways put your name on the
Schedule SE, even though it is
also shown in other places. Be
sure, too, that your social securi
ty number is entered on this
form, as well as the earnings on
which you are paying social se
Every three years, it’s a good
idea to check the social security
records to see if your earnings
are on your account. Your local
social security office can give
you a postcard for this purpose.
And they can help straighten out
your account if all of your earn
ings are not shown on the state
ment you receive. (Self-employ
ment earnings for the last full
year may not yet be shown be
cause of the time needed in'
processing and posting the earn
Outlaw Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Robertson
of Rosemead visited Mrs. Robert- 1
son’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chet
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller
of Ross Community, Windsor,
visited Mrs. C. T. B°ker and
Mrs. Chet White attended a
demonstration meeting in Wind
sor Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Lillie Evans spent a few
days with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Small, Jr., in Edenton last week.
The Home Demonstration Club
met with Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Sr.,
on Tuesday afternoon.
Raymond Outlaw was a pa
tient in Chowan Hospital at
Edenton last week; returning
home Sunday much improved.
E. J. Pruden, Jr., and son,
Edmund HI, was in Windsor 1
Friday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lee
Davis and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Luke Davis of Ahoskie, Mr.
and Mrs. James Davis of Wind
sor visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harrell and
children, and Mrs. Ronald
Outlaw and son ,of Edenton visjb
ed Mr. ana MrS?"foaymond
THE CHPWAIf -HERALD, EPBfTOM, SOUTH CABOUKA. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1961.
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Hava yob ever been so scared that your hair stood on end? You
will when you see Dr. Morris and his weird House of Herron stage
show that will be in person at lAe Taylor i neater on Tuesday,
April 4. The big stage show features a giant swamp spider that
Dr. Morris says will roam the theater when the lights are out.
This is the first time the show has appeared in Edenton. It's all in
fun, hut to play safe the theater management will have a nurse
and ambulance on c«U at all times. A free booklet on how to em
balm a corpse will be given anyone upon request as long as they
Fonda Smithwick, student at i
East Carolina College, Green
ville, spent the week-end at
home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Smithwick.
The Rev. and Mrs. Oscar
Turner, Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs.
William White and Mrs. Henry.
Fox well attended the Associa-|
tional WMU meeting at Colerain
Mr. and Mrs. Bob House of
Harrellsville visited Mrs. House’s,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph!
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baker have
returned home after spending!
some time with their son-in-law |
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duke
Lilly in Williamston.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Williams'
and daughter, Lynij, spent Sat-'
urday night with Mrs. Williams’
mother, Mrs. Lloyd Cobb.
The Rev. Oscar Turner and
Cecil White visited Mrs. White'
who is a patient in the hospital
at Chapel Hill Monday.
Mrs. Kenneth Spivey and sons,
Ken and l?%rry. spent Sunday
brother and sister-in-law, MA
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j and Mrs. James Davis in Wind
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By Fuat Huberts
j One of the most interesting af
ternoons I’ve ever spent was last
| week, when Troy Toppin called
me and asked if I wanted to go
: along with him on a raid on a
j still. Well, it’s something I’d
| read about, seen movies of, but
I never actually seen, of course,
! sq, along with Troy, Deputy
| Sheriff Byrum and two federal
agents, we drove out to the Nix
j on Beach area, trekked into the
I woods, and I took the picture in
i today’s Herald : and watched as
they went to work and com
pletely destroyed the still. For
me this was a new experience,
but for Troy it was old hat.
For the past five years he’s been
the Chowan County ABC officer.
By the way, his phone number
Is 9889, if you have any infor
mation that would . help and
there’s, a good/reward to anyone
who does supply Troy with the
Miss Carolyn Paige Long. 13-
year-old daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Julian Long of the Bethel
community, will be presented in
a graduation piano recital by
Mrs. Georgia Roberts tonight
(Thursday) at 6 o'clock in the
Hertford Grammar School audi
torium. The public is invited.
information. The names, of
course, will be kept secret. No
secret is that there’s a good deal
of danger involved in this work,
but Troy feels that it is import
ant work. It’s important from
the point of view of the health
of our community and money
wise it’s important to the tax
payers. My respect for Troy has
always been great. Not only
for the work he does, but for
the kind of person he is; out
going, friendly, generous and a
good citizen. In addition to his
work as ABC officer, he runs
his combination gas station and
grocery store on 32 north, about
12 miles out of town. In addi- i
tion to all of that, he’s past
commander of the Edward G. |
Bond Post, American Legion;!
past president of Chowan Ruri- !
tan Club; president of Sunday!
School men’s class at Center
Hill Baptist Church and captain
of Center Hill-Cross Roads Fire
Department. By the way, Troy,|
and all concerned are proud of.
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"their fire department. For the
last six weeks they’ve been tak-l
ing a training course in fire
fighting, here in Edenton. On
a more personal basis, Troy was
born in Chowan County and
graduated from Chowan High
School. He and his wife Ear
leen have three sons. Elvin, 19,
is in the Air Force in Texas.
The other two Toppins are Ron
‘nie, 17 and Ray, 9 years old. I
could also list his many friends,
but that would occupy more
space than is currently avail
able. Suffice it to say, anyone
who knows him, is a good friend
with the exception of Chowan
County moonshiners. By the
way, moonshining is not as seri- !
ous in Chowan County as else-,'
where in our state, but serious!
enough to be a full-time job. In
addition to moonshine creating a'
great tax loss, it has also, in the!
past ten years, killed over 150 ’
Americans with hundreds more)
hospitalized, some to go home!
crippled or blinded. So, for his:
excellent work, for the nice guy:
he is, I hope this will serve as!
a personal tribute to a really!
good guy. Troy Toppin.
Closing thought: Associate
with men of good quality, if you
esteem your own reputation; it
is better to be alone than in bad
Plan Service Tonight
The Chowan Unit of the Eden- 1
ton Congregation of Jehovah’s
Witnesses is making plans to ob
serve the Lord’s Evening Meal
tonight (Thursday) at 8 o’cloek.l
according to R. P. Long, presid-l
ing minister of the local group.
! Mario E. Beltrami, minister
and representative of the Watch-'
i tower Bible and Tract Society
of Brooklyn, New York, will
conduct the services to be held
I in the ballroom of the Hotel Jo-
I esph Hewes.
Following this observance will
begin the greatest world-wide
Bible educational campaign ever
carried on by Jehovah’s Witness- 1
es. Mr. Long also announced. I
Joseph R. Codespoti, Jr., also a I
minister of the Watchtower So-
I ciety, will deliver the talk in
Edenton at the local Kingdom
Hall, 809 North Oakum Street,
at 3 P. M.
All seats are free and no col
lections will be taken. Per
sons of good will are cordially
Raleigh The Motor Vehicles
Department’s summary of traffic
deaths through 10 A. M„ Mon
day, March 27, 1961 follows:
Killed To Date 217
Killed To Date Last Year.. 220
NOTICE OF MEEIMC OF CHOWAN
At the request of a member of the
Board of Commissioners, a meeting
of the Chowan County Commission
ers is called for 9 o’clock A. M., on
Tuesday, April 4th, 1961, at the Court
House in Edenton, N. C.
There will be no meeting on Mon
day, April 3rd, due to the observance
of Easter Monday.
This March 30. 1961.
W. E. BOND
Chowan County Commissioners
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