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L J;rlb !;;7Scci3l Securi! Lc;v
Social security now Includes pro-1 employee may count toward old;
teetMa for regularly employed 'age end survivors insurance bene'
tans worker. Beginning January if its if you are engaged in planting
1st. their cash wage started to
emust toward eld-age end turvivors
This reeocnltloa Is a step In the
direction of greater economic se
cutty for people whose livelihood
ls gained from their labor on-the
' land. It Is also, a step in the direc
tion of eventually lightening the
i burden of public assistance costs in
rural areas. ,
It is estimated that nearly one
million agricultural workers in an
average week may have their earn
ings credited toward old-age and
survivors Usurarrce benefits ny
this extension of the social security
law. This estimate includes, in ad- calendar quarter basis. The first
ditlon to regular farm workers, quarter began January 1, the see
about 200,000 in borderline or semi-j ond begins April 1, the third July
Industrial ; agricultural employ 1, and the fourth October U Be-
Are Yea Now Covered? ,.
. The word "if' is important in
the answer to that question. If you
are self-employed In agriculture as , the calander quarter Oct.-Dec.
a farm owner or farm operator' 1950 can count as a qualifying per
vaur work and earnings are not iod. After you have served the
covered by Federal Social Security,
If you art employed on a farm and.
meet certain tests for work regu-
larity and cash wanes, your work
will be covered and you will come
under the amended law.
. In general, your work as a farm
SAS1T. DOORS, SHEET
ROCK, ROCK LATH,
BOCK WOOL PLASTER,
LIME, CEMENT BRICK,
MORTAR, PAINTS, TER
RA-COTTA PIPE, DRAIN
TILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHINGLES, ALL KINDS
OF ROLL ROOFIN'? 5 V
CRIMP TW FOO i
Dr. Emerson C. King
j ..... .
10t W. Caswell Si
:0 P.M. to 6:00P.M.
Closed Wednesday Afternoons ,
Prices Up Sell For Cash
DELIVER OUR PLANT . "
VAYIIE AGRICULTURAL WORKS, INC.
BOOTH JOHN STREET. GOLDSBORO, N. C
Crtd end Grown In
Tba Scath 23 Ycsrs
Bmr crop are o old story
wilk WOOD'S HYBRIDS. V-50
asade bushel an acre for
MM Virginia grower. Farmtrt
from Mtrylaad to Florida more .
tkaa meet the requlrcnwoti of
100 Buthtf Corn Clubs with ;
S'ttdt from WOOD'S HY-,
RIDS. Thr"s beeauM we breed
eur hybrids in eaoh Southern re--giea
tm sdapt them agaimt local
Ltwct. weather sad disease ad
versities ; v-:
, cultivating or harvesting any fan
er op; raising or tenoing livestock
poultry, bees, or fur-bearing ani
mals on a farm; preparing, prosess-'
lng or delivering the crops of that
farm to storage or to market; per
forming any kind of domestic work -in
the farm-foouse or doing similar
work anywhere .on the farm or
ranch, or if you are hired by the
farm operator to do work In the
operation, maintenance, . or im
provement of .the farm.' ,
Whether or not your services as
a farm worker are covered is de
termined with respect to your work
for each of your employers, an at
fore you can be covered, you must
work continuously for an employer
during a qualifying period of ane
entire calander, quarter. Work in
qualifying period, you will be cov-
ered in each succeeding quarter
with the same employer as long
as you continue to work at. least
60 days on a run-time oasis ana
earn cash 'wages of $50. After thus
qualifying as a regular worker, you
will also be covered for the first
quarter in which you work less
than 60 days if you earn.cash wages
of at least $50. In this eventvbefore
you can be covered in any' future
quarter you must again - serve a
How Workers Become Insured
You or your family may receive
- - ,
any of the various types of bene-
fits provided you are "fully insur-J
ed." You are, "fully insured", if
you have to your credit at least
half as many quarters of coverage
as there are calendar quarters be
tween Jan. 1, 1951, " (or the date
you become 21 years of age if that
is later) and the time you become
65 years- old or die.! A quarter of
coverage means a calendar quarter
in which the individual was paid
wages of $50 or1 more for employ
ment covered by the program. In
T YND ALL
IN MOUNT OLIVE
Home og Wayne-Duplin -
' Burial Association
Funeral Directors t Embalmera
'Ambulance Service Day or Nieht
MRS M. M- TH1GFEN
ttetilavtlle. N. C. -
- Representee For
WARSAW N. C
. Office Hours:
0:00 A. M, to 12:00 A. M.
Thrtt big tart on slrrmg tlalk
of m WOOD'S S HYBRID.
- Thick, Iflht thick it tut back tn
out tat thowinf that It txttnit
3 tntktt btjond tkt lip frtttet'
tiff It from fwi(. -
YEltOW r WHITE
We alio have other popular
WOOD'S HYBRIDS, and s full line
tt mTtiA hvhrid and onn-Dolll-
Bated cornt adapted to your lection.'
for Descriptive Folder
E rr- V7.f-U
- .PITCHING HORSESHOES Is an oldsters game, but evidently these young folks of Faison High
School don't think so. pitching is Carolyn New ton, a Junior. Her partner on the far right is Ron
ald Bell, a classmate. Others are ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade students. . ' .
. . (Photo by Lincoln Kan),
no case, however, can a wage earn
er be fully insured with fewer
than six quarters of coverage. He
is fully insured in every case if he
has at least 40 quarters of cover-
age; when he has 40 such quarters
to his credit, he can never lose his
fully insured status.. ',;'' '.,,.'
V ' . NOTICE
, In The General County Court
State of North Carolina
ELIZABETH HALL KORNEGAY
The above named defendant,
Rlivahnth Hull Vnitan- Ill
... WUillSfittjr, YY III l IC
notice than an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
General County Court of Duplin
oounty, North Carolina toy the
plaintiff to secure an absolute di
vorce from the defendant upon the
grounds that the plaintiff and the
defendant have lived separate and
apart from each other for more
than two years, next preceding the
bringing of this cause of action;
and that the defendant will further
take notice that she is required to
appear in the office of the Clerk
of the General County Court,, in
the Courthouse in Kenansville,
North Carolina within thirty days
after the. 19th day of March, 1851.
and answer or demur tothe -com
plaint in said sotion or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the said Com
This the 14th day of February,
R. V. Wells, Clerk of
the General County CourJ
3-9-4t. LAW ;
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified" as ad
ministrator with the Will Annex
ed of Mrs. Ada Pickett, now de
ceased, late of Duplin ; County.
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
her said estate to present them to
the undersigned administrator on
or before the 14th day of February;
1952, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This February,14, 1951.
Milo Pickett James, Admin
istrator C T. A. Mrs. Ada
3-23-Bt. VBG ' - '
Having .this day qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of J. C.
Norris, -deceased, late of Duplin
CREATORS AND MAINTAINORS OF LOWER
PRICES ON QUALITY SEA FOODS
.(Next Door to AtP)
4 Both Wholesale and Retail
Know Your Fish or Know Your Fishman
. . . WILLbi BAKTLETT .
FREE v Phone WE "
JRESSING WARSAW. N. C , DELIVER
, t.ro Build to a STANDARD '
l;ot to a PRICE!."
, INCORPORATED ; .
Phone 3412 " Mnston, N. C.
County North ; Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned within one yfear
from last publication date of this
notice or this notice will be plead-
All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This the 17th day of January,
1951. ' '
J.'L. Norrls, Administrator
of J. C. N orris estate, ....
NOTICE . OF SUMMONS
In The General County Court
GENEVIVE CARTER McNEMAR
Notice is hereby given that the
above entitled action has been in
stituted in the General County
Court . of Duplin. County, by the
plaintiff against the defendant,
whertin the Plaintiff seeks an an
nulment of the marriage bonds
heretofore existing hetween the
plaintiff and the defendant, upon
the grounds as set out in the Com
plaint filed fn this action. The de
fendant is required to be and ap
pear at the office of the" Clerk of
the Superior,. Court of .Duplin
County, in Kenansville, Nprth Caro
lina, on the 5th day of J-Jaroh, 1951,
and to.: answer or demur to the
complaint which has been- filed in
said office, on or before the 10th
day of Marsh, 1951, or the relief
demanded in said complaint shall
be granted the plaintiff. . -. '
This the 5th day of 'February,
' - R. V. Wells, Clerk
" " v " t Superior 2Co,urL
3-2-4 1. RDJ
-ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE -
The undersigned having been ap
pointed and duly qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of W. T,
Rackley, deceased, al persons hav
ing claims against said estate are
notified to present them to the
undersigned on or before the 17th
day of January, 1952 or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery. All persons Indebted to said
Dr. H. W. Colwell
' OPTOMETRIST '
. Eye Examined, Glasses Fitted.
. Next Door To Cavenaugh
Chevrolet Company '
Permanent Office In ; -.
WALLACE. N. C.
estate will please make immediate
This the 17th day, of January
1951. - . - .
t C. C. Brown, Administrator
of W, T. Rackley, deceased.
23-6t. CCB ,.k . -
By TED RESTING
Among those who hunt and fish,
the gentlemen of the old school
believe in keeping the women at
home. Members of-the new school
believe in taking them along. Ted
Truelblood stands between -- it's
nice to -get out with the fellows
occasionally but it's also nice to
take the women part of the time.
I have known men who took
their wives along and let them
do all the campwork. That's a mis
take. Cooking, washing dishes, ma
king beds and all the other chores
she has to do 365 days a year don't
suddenly become fun just because
the room is canvas and there is
smoke in her eyes. r 5
Trueblood's wife really enjoys
camping. Their outfit is one rea
son; it insures their comfort re
gardless of the weather. Her clothes
are another reason. Many women
swear off the out-doors after one
unpleasant experience ,4 resulting
from" poorly chosen garments.
Her boots 'are the same but
lighter and on a - woman's last.
They are eight inches .high. She
has a pair of rubber bottom pacs
for snow,. She wears , boy's , vyop'l
shirts because they are, warmer and
more comfortalble than those made
for 'women and have pockets with
ts7fni fhnnnflf for 7 HP! H
You've never seen 14-to 2-tonners like these , --unsurpassed
in horsepower engineered with new
"big truck" features-for years of extra life. .
COiaiparc! faaini upon featurt In each laiU
vldual model felft yoo why CMC Is your but toy!
9 ORfAT NEW ENGINES
. UNSURPASSED IN HOKSEPOWFR
in iHf v 10 i-roN nucK hcio
' ROTATINO) FREC-VALVI -
ACTION (or longorvalva llf,'
nor powor . '
-. HYDDAUIICS with coolor-adlng -'
rear drum ,
; SEPARATE TRANSMISSION -
Heavier front axies v
, CRANKSHAFT v -
ot oil main bsKiringi,
rod boormgt and pltfon pint
i ., . . " - . ,
c-J 'cd ell up.v
has a pair of waterproot KliaKi nu
wet weather. Riding breephes are
no Kood for hik lng because they
are too tight around the calves.
She wears a Stetson with a three
inch brim most of the -time, but
has a cap with ear flaps to, use
u;hin sets down around zero.
cl... 1.0 o wktornrnnf '. iadket for
7JI .1 J M I .
r hr nnn ,nf down for cold
Weather. She also has and" wears
it when it is cold, Jong wool under-
. .. ... T : 1 .. PhAAn
wear Of tne Desx quauiy. v
wool scratches, .
Hn'r. euns add fishing tackle are
js good as her husband's, but llght-
3t. She has been careiuuy iauj.ni
'low to use them. . . -; ' "
. Stories such as hers have proved
to me that a normal gin or woman
ha both the interest and ability
to become a skillful angler-, hunter,
and camper.i And one who isr I
can assure you. will always be more
k-err r.wi r i t u v. ,jrJtm m
No matter how much you dise and .
barrow you can't correct a poor,
plowing job. So why not get a plow
that gives you a good job in the
": This Dearborn MoMhonrd Plow
can bo attached to a Ford Tractor
in ono minute, lifts and lowers by
the tractor's Hydraulic Touch Con
trol. Deslffncd to givo you even
depth and clean, well-turned fur
rows with a selection of sines and :
. bottoms to lit every soil condition.
AIRRIANE-TYFI MAIN 4
- ROD BEARINGS
CHOICE OF :
SMART COLORS .
EASY-TURN - '
STEERINO GEAR '
HUSKY 33-AMFV - "
CIRCUIT BREAKERS hutoad
Having this day qualified as ad
ministratrix" of the estate of G. B.
Kennedy.' deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this is to
ntifv all tiersons having claims
; against the estate of aid deceased
. tn pvhlbit them to the undersigned
, at Beulaville, II. C, on or before
the 8th day of January. 1932, or
this notice will be pleaded In bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make Immediate payment.
; This 8th day of January, 1951.
i" Christine J. Kennedy, Ad
., " ' . minlstratrix of ; G. B.
"-- ' r Kennedy. , ,
Grady Mercer , t '
Attornew at Law
2-23-6t. GM ' " - '
Phona or - Mmi la with
your parts anS aervie
problelha. Or Just drop In
and ps the time of day. -We'd
like to know jroa
nd your farm betlor.
UGHT MEDIUM HfAVy WODEIS Mod
in tfro wUort rarlity of tnglnchauli body
ccmblnalhnt to III erary trucking naidl
WEST M0T0H COIJPAtlY
COLLEGE ST. WARSAW, N. C.
Yy rfo htnit on i Mti uati, wlh y T( ; " ; j