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work sines 1834 for any one bow. 65
if their employment unJer'&xdal Se
curity has been s&Aanti&l. - '
or older to be insured. ;
Undoubtedly there are many more
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TOO IATX TO C&AXTY
persons in this area who are 75 years
ICiUy ;
In recent months the Norfolk Social
Security office, according to J. -A.
Morrison, manager, has received num
erous; claims frompersana over 75
years of age' who are continuing to
work in jobs held by them for many
years. , Tb new tow which became
effeetrto September 1, 1950, -permits
the 'payment of monthly benefits to
thenmenons regardless of the amount
of their monthly earnings or salary,
provided they have worked long
enough under Social Security to be in
sured.. It was pointed out by Mr. Mor
rison that this new law only requires
old and are- steadily employed. These
TOR t KA1E-JONE 30BSS'"KZZ3
persons should file claims at once, or
tractor; cultivator, John ueere Case,
Middle Buster, Hole digger, 2-Cole
planters, all in good condition.- In
quire at Boyce and Small Service
Station, one mile north of Eden
fem. mart
not later than March 1, 1951, to avoid
FREE . Vpr.3 Pcur Pcckase of "Butter Firmer CI;:paM With (Each
Purchssa cf a 24 Bar Box of the "Baby Ruth" Candy
a loss since back payments cannot
be made for more than six months
before the month in which the appli
cation is actually filed. It is always
necessary to file an application to get
old-age insurance payments.
IN JEMORIAM ' - v
In sad . but loving memory of my
dear husband, Billie, whom God called
Until a person reaches 75 years of
Each bar of the "Baby Ruth" would ordinarily sell for
cents each. Save on this special purchase. First come
first to get ;;;. - .........................-...v
age he is not eligible for benefits for
any month in which his earnings are
three years ago, March 7th. Tho'
more than 150.00. The earliest eligi
years have .passed since he went away,
bility age for eld-age benefits, in any
it seems I miss you more each day.
event, is 65. Mr. Morrison also men'
and I am often sad and lonely for since
Bslk - Tyler's of Edenton
tioned that persons who are 65 to 74
you are gone near one, your piace
years ox age wnose wages are not
is vacant in my home which never be
over $50.00 per month should make filled.
the- equivalent of eighteen, months application for benefits without delay
(mirk. w.m. ryh&uim:
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if
yler's
Of Edenton
Easter Is fcrly!
U 23th
Use
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BELK-TYLERT8
EASY
LAY-AWAY.PLAN
Easter Parade Of Fashions
Belk-Tyler's tremendous buying power enables us to bring greater
savings to you in many ways! Here you will find tremendous
selections at thrifty low prices!
TOPPERS
Gabardines, wools and other fine fabrics.
$9.95
Others up to $29.50
DRESSES
New fabrics, colors,
.styles and all sizes.
$9.95
up to
$19.95
SUITS
Gabardines
Sharkskins
and
Novelty Checks
$12.50 $14.95
$16.95
up to
$39.95
LADIES' SPRING HATS Si $2.98 up
LADIES' BLOUSES - - - -$198 up
LADIES' HANDBAGS --$1.98 up
Ready-to-Wear Department ... Second Floor
f,!sifs Easter StylaPai-te
Suits, coats, pants, shirts and all accessories are now being
shown in all the splendor of a budding Spring! The men will
certainly find a shopper's paradise here. '
SUITS Sort Coats
Gabardines, flannels and Vvj ' . , .
sharkskins. CHher fine fabrics md ,n many
new colors. ,
$32.50 -
Others up to $420 $ 1 9i95
Men's Dress Shirts .$2.19
."Archdale" Dress Shirts -. . .$2.65 tip
"Archdale" Sport Socks 48c
"Champ" Felt Hats - - - r - $7.50
Men's Dress Pants l..$5.95 up
Men's Nackties $1.00
Men's Dress Shoes $5.95 up
MEN'S ALL FUR
FELT HATS: ..$3.98
MEN'S BROADCLOTH
PAJAMAS ..:$2.98
MEN'S SPORT -
SHIRTS $2.98
MEN'S LEATHER,
BELTS ..,....$1.00
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smarter iummr comfarti
So smart ... to cool ....
and o gloriously comforuble. Carefully
crafted with concealed comfort
features, Natural Bridge brings you
s new and deufAaul experience
in walking pleasure. Truly
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$!is
$9.95
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SMART STYLES IN WOMEN'S
EASTER SHOES
Smart blacks, navy, brown and whiteJ
blue and white. Newest Easter styles.
Sizes M to 9. Widths AA to B. .
$5-95 to $.95
: SHOP AND SAVE AT - -
EDENTON, N. C.
BIG 'N LITTLE EASTER STYLES
Fashions for the big and little sister regardless of age . , ; yes; our
Girls' Shop has fashions to fit any size and any age!; High values
at the lowest prices! v.
SUITS
Gabardines, shark
skins in all colors
and sizes. ' '
r $5.55
Others up to $19.95
CHESSES
Organdies, picques,
broadcloths and oth
er fabrics.
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$U3
Others to $5.95
- All sizes and colors
in many styles.'; &
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1 Gabardines; . wools and -dther fine,
fabrics. ""V : V.' v
' Otf.era iip to U4.C5 5 "
i Girb'BIouses..$1.48toC2.C3
Girls' Toppers...:.-.$5.95'
' Girb'Hats
Boys' "Image Of Dad" Easter Fashions -
What a proud fellow he is in his bright new Easter fash
ions that have come from Belk-Tyler's Boys' Shop .
it's like Dad's in all but the size!
i SUITS
f Tweeds, gabardines
and sharkskins. -
! $5.95'
i Others up to
$19.95 . :
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JUNIOR GPORTS
COATS
i it 4PM lea t . " ma if
v . i s, tweeas ana solid
cr .1 sizes ft to 12
if ;ti
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Of :rs i to $14.95
Jua: : -cyr' Dress Pants . $3.C3 to C3.C5
Boys' Drc-J Chirts ...,I.-..?2" to C2.C3
Beys' Sport Sctlis ..: j- l.r toTCs
    

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