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Reasons For Success
Outlined By Babson
Rv ROGEK babson
arson PARK- Fla- Jan- 30 “
three score years I have been
°r ina the cause of success and
"alyZ Experience has taught me
'^financial success, job success.
a LoDiress in human relations
n (he main, the result of (a)
re'!" i well being; (b) constant
t to develop one’s persona]
t<;. (c) setting up and work
f oward a series of life goals;
>8 ijovving time for meditation
^ cniritual regeneration.
n“ F Health And Success
rood health plays an important
, in both contentment and
'Ivement. Unhealthy persons
Lrallv lack poise, cannot sleep
'ii. are fidgety. If we want hap
'Vss and success, if we want to
the ills that beset many
mericans - headaches, indiges
r neuritis, backaches, and es
pecially that tired feeling _ then
differ materially from many other
types of permanent jobs in cus
tomer service work. Take school
ing seriously. Correct English and
I suggest we adopt a set of simple
rules of physical conduct and fol
low them rigorously. There is no
royal road to health. Every per
son probably needs different treat
ment. That is why 1 urge you to
seek your health rules from your
physician. Be sure, too, that he
gives you a thorough-going over
hauling at least once a year.
Developing Personal Assets
Furthermore, if we are to be
really happy and successful, we
must discover the kinds of things
we like most to do vocationally
and are most capable of doing.
Whether we be pupil or parent, I
wonder if we realize that after
school and summer jobs have work
UAYHAN STAR MARKET
24 SPOFFORD MILL
OUR 15th YEAR
o f
SERVING THE PUBLIC
PICNIC
BAMS lb. 35c
SLICED
BACON.lb. 55c
PURE
LARD.lb. 3Qc
ARMOUR’S
niEET.lb. 30c
COUNTRY
EGGS.doz. 55c
n CAN FRUIT
DEL MONTE
COCKTAIL ... 36c
FAT
BACK.lb. igc
PORKCHOPS lb. 43c
NUCOA .... lb. 3gc
ARMOUR’S
BUTTER .lb. ggc
5 LBS. WHITE
Potatoes. 10c
10 LBS. BALLARDS
FLOUR. 80c
2% CAN DEL MONTE
PEACHES. 30c
BREAD. 10c
elements which lead to good life
jobs? For example, a part-time gas
st:tion attendant job, where the
worker supplies the customer with
ias, oil, air and water, does no1
spelling, for example, sre the keys
which unlock all subjects and many
vocations.
It is important to develop a few
hobbies: — make model airplsnes.
collect stamps, cook, read about
great men. We should seize every
opportunity to visit places of work,
shops, hospitals, farms and fac
tories, then it’s time to pay a visit
to a nerby college, university, or
YMCA and ask them for help. Have
them find out what special abili
ties we have such as mechanical
aptitude, musical ability, clerical
ptitude, social intelligence, etc.
We must get in line on both our
character and personality traits.
How well do we get alonjf with
others? Have we initiative and
drive? Are we dependable?
Setting Up Life Goals
Having thus discovered our in
terests, abilities, personal quali
ties, etc., our next step in self
development is to match our per
sonal qualities to jobs that might
well utilize our abilities and in
terests. Again, local school teach
ers, headmasters, the YMCAs,
Veterans’ Administration Centers
will be glad to counsel with us.
Our sights should be set on life
goals; every action planned to
knock down the goals one by one
like pins in a bowling alley. We
must remember that the chief dif
ference between an unsuccessful
and a successful person is not one
of knowing, but of doing.
Too many people these days are
living too much om nerve alone. To
be sure, quantity of production
ccmes from working energetically;
but quality of life comes from ex
posure of the soul to great ideas,
enobling. thoughts, enriching per
sonalities and inspiring meditation.
My automobile battery is of con
siderable help to me in turning
the starter and lighting the lights
of my car. But it will not give
power for long unless it is connect
ed with the generator. Too many
of us are connected only with the
starter. In missing exposure to
prayer, music and meditation, we
are missing the very thing that
will build strength to make the
rush of life possible.
Real success in life will depend
much on how we feel inside about
what we are doing. I’ve discover
ed that to feel right one must know
that his labors are making no1
only himself but others healthier
happier, and more prosperous.
PRINCIPAL SPEAKER
HENDERSON, Jan. 30.— <JP) —
Undersecretary of War Kenneth
C. Royall, a North Carolina na
tive, will be principal speaker
Friday evening at the annual din
ner of the Henderson Chamber of
Commerce. Royall, who maintains
a home in Goldsboro, will be in
troduced by A. H. Graham, chair
man of the State Highway Com
mission.
More than 137,000 veterans or
dependents of veterans now are
wards of Veterans Administra' nn.
“FLYING FARMERS”
TO BOOST AVIATION
STILLWATER, Okla.(U.R)—
Rural aviation has spread to more
than half of the 48 states and its
sponsors believe it soon will be
nation-wide.
The farmer—with a small plane
in his back yard for quick trips to
town or across the country has
organized into an association
known as the National Flying
Farmers Association,
in Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa,
Texas, Kansas, North Dakota,
South Dakota, Montana, Wiscon
sin, Colorado, Michigan, Minne
sota, California, Ohio, Arkansas,
Washington, Oregon, Idaho. Ten
nessee, New Mexico, Utah, Penn
sylvania, Mississippi, Illinois, Indi
ana and a chapter will be formed
shortly in New Jersey.
The accomplishments of the as
sociation have been unusual, but
farm fliers want an organization
where they might pool their inter
ests and develop rural aviation
further.
24 Chapters Organized
The organizations were formed
without funds in Oklahoma in 1944.
The past year was a banner one,
with 24 chapters organized. A profi
table sideline of flying farmers is
that of crop dusting.
John McDowell, of the Mose
Lake area, Idaho, and Joe Card, a
I —
What A Cough!
And how it hurts, and nags
And disturbs your sleep.
Chronic bronchitis may develop if
your cough, chest cold, or acute bron
chitis is not treated and you cannot
afford to take a chance w’J’a any medi
cine less potent than creomulsion
which goes right to the 6eat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel germ
laden phlegm and aid nature to
8oothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes.
Creomulsion blends beechwood
creosote by special processwith other
time tested medicines for coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried, tell your druggist to
sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding you must like the
way it quickly allays the cough, per
mitting rest and sleep, or you are to
have your money back. (Adv.)
flying service proprietor, Dallas,
Ore., find crop dusting a paying
proposition. Both have Piper Cubs
outfitted with a crop dusting hop
per and agitator.
McDowell, a veteran pilot of the
European theater, combines his
flying with each. He dusted his
own potato crop, then dusted al
most all the potatoes in the Moses
Lake district. Card bought his cub
plane last spring and in 13 days
has dusted 1,700 acres of pea and
vetch crops—enough to pay for his
plane and equipment with profits.
The various state flying farmers
association have requested spec
cial weather reports for fliers. The
response, say officials at national
headquarters at Oklahoma A. and
M. College, have been favorable
from local radio stations.
In most instances, the reports
are briefed, but they have included
essential information for contract
fliers, such as winds, degree of
cloudiness, ceiling, temperature
and dew point.
Bath was the first English spa
to become popular. Its natural
springs had been used by the
Romans. A fine Roman swim
ming pool is still there.
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BEANS
IN RICH BROWN SAUCI
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LESS THAN ^ THE MIXING TIME
YET LIGHTER, FLUFFIER CAKES!... |
SENSATIONAL NEW ONE-BOWL^
CAKE RECIPES NOW COME IN^
SACKS OF RED BAND ENRICHED^
FLOUR. LOOK FOR THEM! . ^
DON’T CREAM SHORTENING!
You don’t cream short
ening and sugar to
gether. Yet your cake
is light and fine!
DON'T IEAT EGGSI
You don’t beat eggs!
Just mix them right in
with ihe other ingre
dients. Much easier!
USE ONLY ONE IOWL!
Only one bowl for
mixing! Fewer
dishes to wash. Less
muss and fuss.
JUST 4 SIMPLE STEPS <
|. Sift dry ingredients all together into a bowl.
2, Add «K»r»n!ng, liquid and flavoring right into the dry ingredients.
3. Beat with a spoon, or mix with an electric beater, for two minutes.
4* Add eggs, beat two more minutes, and pour into prepared pans.
Look for the new recipe folder inside sacks of Red Band Enriched Flour, self-rising
or plain. (Folder includes coupon for valuable gifts.) Try one of these Red Band
new method cakes, today. You’ll be thrilled!
General Mills, Inc;
Southeastern Division Offices
Johnson City, Tennessee
"Red Band" is a registered trade mark
of General Mills, Inc.
MARCH 6 DATE SET
FOR NEW BERN VOTE
Special To The Star
NEW BERN, Jan. 30 — March
6 h.s been set as the date for the
elect.on here on the proposed
change of city government to the
city manager form, if the bill call
ing for a special election on this
ques io'n is passed by the state
Senate.
It has already been pissed by the
House. Besides providing for the
city manager form of government,
the bill provides that the city tax
collector and chief of police be
appointed by the city aldermeii
rather than elected by the peopl#;
as at present; the selection of omj'
one alderman per ward instead id.'
the present two; the establish
lhent of a municipal recorder'S
court, in addition to the present
county recorder’s court; partici
pate in the state retirement sys
tem; and the establishment of si
civil service board. The New Bern
funior Chamber of Commerce i|;
sponsoring the proposed changes.
Nice Jail, Few Customers
PLYMOUTH, Ind. - (U.fi) —Thsr
Marshall county jail has not y^Jt
reported an overflow of "reserva
---4
lions”—not even since the county
grand jury inspected it and de
scribed it in a report as “clean
and inviting.’’
WHEN COLDS CAUSE
SORE THROAT — '
SS’.W'S •'
'"‘In Be ready, get it now
at your local drug store.^
-— JD ON
TOP QUALITY MEATS
Sou’ll lock for and wide to find better meats than
those on hand at your A*P Super Markets. So plan
to shop this very day. for your favorite euts. We’ve
everything your family eoutd desire . . . juicy steaks,
fiavorfnl roasts, choice chops . . . and more. too. So
head straight for AftF and take your pick of our
fine-quality. t-ste-tempting meats. Remember, the
quality is right ... the priee is . . . right so come in
todagl
GRADE A
BEEF
CHUCK ROAST.lb. 45c
SIRLOIN STEAK.lb. 69c
GROUND BEEF ...... Ib. 39c
SHORT RIBS.lb. 29c
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I GRADE A
VEAL
RIB CHOPS .lb. 53c
LOIN CHOPS.lb. 59c
ROUND STEAK.lb. 79c
CHUCK ROAST.lb. 49c
GRADE AA
LEGS .Jb. 69c
LOIN CHOPS .Jb. 79c
RIB CHOPS.. Jb. 73c
SHOULDER ROAST .. lb. 53c
Sunnyfield
OATS
20-Oz. 4 4,
Pkg. lie
Iona
PEAS
2"£25c
CRISCO
^.1.20
TABLE DRESSED
FRYERS » 55'
DRESSED AND DRAWN
HENS.lb- 55'
OYSTERS
i ■
SELECTS STANDARDS
pi. Sffle P!- 75c
Nabisco
PREMIUM
CRACKERS
££ 25c
A & P COFFEE
Mild & Mellow
8 O’CLOCK
3 £ $1.03
Rich & Full Bodied
RED CIRCLE
2 S 75*
Vigorous & Winey
BOKAR
2 S 79c
Ten Grand Vegetable
Juice Coc;ktail 2 s.’ 25c
Starr Brand Prepared |
Prunes . •'■■■■ Glass 17c
... -v
Nucoa i. . . pk'e. 38®
SunnybrooK
Red Salmon a S Can 57c
Libby’*
Sauerkraut . . 16c
) t ,
Hunt’s
Tomato Sauce .'?« 9c
1
Iona White j i
Corn . . i. . . . "*■’ 15c
WHITE HOUSE j
EVAPORATED
MILK
3 ™ 38c
All Brands Except Golden T;(p
or Dormedory Florida
FRUIT
JUICES!
3 25<
46-Oz.
Can
DELICIOUS
APPLES
2 n»- 27*
SWEET JUICY
ORANGES
2 *«. 35c
TOMATOES SSV «»b: 31e
CABBAGE • . . Green lb- ^
GRAPEFRUIT . . Juicy Fla. each 5
CELERY . . Bleached 4’s stalk 12*
ORANGES.J*r 8 £32*
LETTUCE... S h»3 13*
U. S. NO. 1 WHITE
POTATOES
1QH»38«
r
FRESH CRISP
CARROTS
2 bunches 17c
SUNNYFIELD
CREAMERY
BUTTER
In Qtr. lb. Prints
Lb 691c
CAMAY SOAP
Bar 1 Oc
LIMITED QUANTITIES
IVORY SOAP
'£ 17c
LIMITED QUANTITIES
DUZ
pR 34c
LIMITED QUANTITIES
PALMOLIVE
SOAP
s 10c
LIMITED QUANTITIES
CASHMERE BOUQUET
SOAP
2 Bar* 25c
LIMITED QUANTITIES
FRESH FROZEN FOODS
EARLY JUNE
PEAS lit 29*
GOLDEN SWEET
CORN lit 25®
SLICED IN SYRUP
PEACHES £ 40*
CRUSHED IN SYRUP
PINEAPPLE £ 41*
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