|Know Ye That the Lord Is God)
I By TEBRY JONES
j "Know ye that the Lord he is
@od(; it is he that hath made us,
apid not we ourselves; we are
hiis people, and the sheep of his
ifcsture.” Psalm 100:3.
TThe psalmist tells the whole
world to make a joyful noise
t%*to the Lord. Are the people!
41 the United States doing this? ’
4s God looks into our inner
n|inds and hearts does He find
gong of praise flowing from
<sur lives, or is it woes and com
plaints He hears.
* Surely God hears very little
praise from other lands such as
Russia, China and Cuba. If we
are truly a nation under God
ak our allegiance plainly states, j
then it is our place to cry out
to the rest of the world “Go
j KNOW YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY
John T. Grooms, representative of the Social Security
; Administration, is in Edenton every Thursday at the North
Carolina Employment Security Commission office in the
Citizens Bank Building.
’Did you ever try to find
someone in a crowd? Down at
tire social security office they’re
doing just this, except on a
of a change in the
law, about one million people
could get retirement insurance
checks this year for the first
tifcoe even though they are still
working. The Social Security
Administration knows who most
od these people are, and they
arte getting the benefits due
them. But, there are still a few
people Who are working but
wpuld be able to get checks for
sJbie months in the year under
thjs change in the law if they
would just go to a social securi
ty office and file a claim.
So that the Social Security
Administration can find all of
the one million people who are
entitled to some benefits this
year, Mr. John T. Grooms, Field
Representative of the Norfolk,
Virginia office, suggests that any
Worker who is 65, come in and
file his social security claim
even though he is still work
ing. Mr. Grooms estimates that
many people in the Edenton area!
are directly affected by the 1
change in the law and that
these who have not filed may
be losing payments they are en-i
titled to. He says that people 1
who think they can’t get any re
tirement insurance benefits be
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back to God.’’ But to make this
1 plea we ourselves must first go
back to God. We must stop
fighting among ourselves, we
must stop depending upon our
selves, we need to support for
eign 'missions and we need to
pray without ceasing. As God
looks down on the people of the
United States does He see us
doing these things; are we prais
ing Him or ourselves?
The whole world needs to stop
and realize that the Lord is su
preme. He is God and we are
the sheep of His pasture. Both
our leaders and we ourselves
should look to Him for guid
ance as we make our way down
the rugged path of life. Is God
' oause they’re making more than
$1,200 a year may be surprised
to learn that they do have some
social security dollars coming to
them in 1961. The new retire
ment rule allows workers to
earn considerably more than sl,-
200 and still get some retire
ment payments. The new law
is explained in a new free
pamphlet called :“If You Work
While You Get Social Security
Payments.” Mr. Grooms says
that, upon request, the Norfolk
office will be glad to mail copies
to interested area residents, par
ticularly those who are already
65 or who will reach 65 this
year. Send a letter or postcard
to the social security office at
220 W. Brambleton Avenue,
Norfolk 10, Virginia.
, County has
i By MRS. ROLAND EVANS
Vacation Bible School will be
held at Rocky Hock Church
June 5-9. A faculty meeting
will be held Friday night, June
2, at 8 o’clock. Preparation Day
will be Saturday afternoon. June
3. at 2:30 o’clock. All faculty
members and pupils are urged to
The Brotherhood Executive
Committee will meet with Bro
ther Miles Bunch tonight (Thurs-
Can You STOP
day) at 8 o’clock.
Joe Hollowell, student of
State College, Raleigh, will ar
rive home today (Thursday) for
the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward
went to Chapel Hill Tuesday.
Jeff returned home with them
for the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fletcher
of Ohio are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
B. M. Hollowell, Sr., this week.
Sympathy goes out to the
Parks family in the passing of
a brother and husband during
the past week.
D. H. Berryman is a patient
in Kecoughtan Hospital.
A/2C Fletcher Perry has ar
rived home for a furlough be
fore going to England to be sta
Mrs. Roland Evans and family
were all present Sunday after
noon at her home.
Graduates of 1961 from Rocky
Hock are: Chowan High School
—lris Bunch, Loretta Bunch,
Marjorie Carver, Leon Evans,l
Donald Forehand, Herman Har
rell, Rebecca Harrell, Esther
Layton, Esther Parrish, Mary
Alice Perry, Mary Wilson; John
A. Holmes High School —Ronald
Bunch, Mary Ann Hare, Tommy
Privott; Chowan College Joe
Nixon; Wingate College Bar
The Rev. and Mrs. T. W. All
red and family attended Bar-;
bara’s graduation over the week
William Welch of Tyner, grad
uated from Chowan College.
Joseph Privott of Tyner grad
uated from State College Satur
Poppy Day was observed in
The annual Chowan 4-H Dress
Revue, Health Pageant and Tal
ent Show will be held in the
Rocky Hock Community Center
today (Thursday) at 3 o’clock.
The public is invited to attend.
Graduation exercises were held!
at John A. Holmes High School
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JUNE L 1961.
Graduation exercises were held
at Chowan High School Wed
Another cancer clinic will be
held in Elizabeth City June 2.
Elbert Rosser Bunch, Jr., of
Tyner graduated from East
Carolina College with an MA
degree; Robert Hendrix of Tyner
with a BS degree.
Congratulations go to Ronald-
Bunch on being winner in the
recent bus drivers roadeo held
at Harvey Point.
Mrs. Albert Keeter went to
Norfolk on Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Keeter.
EDEXTON, N. C.
Thursday, June 1—
3:30 P. M.
Richard Greene as
Robin Hood in
"SWORD OF SHERWOOD
Cinema Scope and Color
Thursday & Friday, June 1-2
Ralph Bellamy as Franklin D.
Roosevelt. Greer G arson as
Eleanor Roosevelt in
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Saturday, June 3
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"THE LONE RANGER IN
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Sunday & Monday. June 4-5
Jerry Lewis asd
Helen Traubel in
"THE LADIES' MAN"
Tuesday and Wednesday,
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Coming June 8-9-10—
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