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双色球综合走势图带连线图

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双色球综合走势图带连线图

� By early 1942, though, the war was on, and as an ROTC graduate I was gung-ho to go, ready to shipout overseas and see my share of the action. But the Army had a big surprise for me. Because of a minorheart irregularity, I flunked the physical for combat duty and was classified for limited duty. This kind ofgot me down in the dumps, and since I was just waiting around to be called up anyway I quit myPenney's job and wandered south, towardTulsa, with some vague idea of seeing what the oil businesswas like. Instead, I got a job at a big Du Pont gunpowder plant in the town ofPryor, outsideTulsa. Theonly room I could find to stay in was nearby, over in Claremore. That's where I met Helen Robson oneApril night in a bowling alley. � 双色球综合走势图带连线图 By early 1942, though, the war was on, and as an ROTC graduate I was gung-ho to go, ready to shipout overseas and see my share of the action. But the Army had a big surprise for me. Because of a minorheart irregularity, I flunked the physical for combat duty and was classified for limited duty. This kind ofgot me down in the dumps, and since I was just waiting around to be called up anyway I quit myPenney's job and wandered south, towardTulsa, with some vague idea of seeing what the oil businesswas like. Instead, I got a job at a big Du Pont gunpowder plant in the town ofPryor, outsideTulsa. Theonly room I could find to stay in was nearby, over in Claremore. That's where I met Helen Robson oneApril night in a bowling alley. � � � Bobo was silent. "Well!" said Jack. "I was thinking you'd had enough company for to-night." I struck;, up a relationship with a guy named Jimmy Jones at Republic Bank down in Dallas, and heloaned us a million dollars. And, of course, I had tried all along to attract some equity investment fromour store managers and a few relatives. So by 1970, we had seventy-eight partners invested in ourcompany, which really wasn't one company, but thirty-two different stores owned by a combination ofdifferent folks. My family owned the lion's share of every store, but Helen and I were also in debt up toour eyeballsseveral million dollars' worth. I never dwell on the negative, but that debt weighed heavy onme. If something happened and everybody decided to call their notes, I kept thinking, we would be sunk. � For a while there I got to thinking that maybe I was just a genius at picking these items, they all did sowell. But I finally realized that because I was the chairman, and because they knew I'd be coming intotheir stores sooner or later, our associates would get at it on those items I chose and move those thingsright on out. I learned I had to be careful the time we promoted the Moon Pies. These gooeymarshmallow snacks, which are real popular in the South, were another one of my great items. I got onto them in Tennessee, where I ran into a department head, a woman who had been selling Moon Pies inan unbelievable way just by putting them out where folks would notice them. Well, I knew they weren'tbeing pushed across Wal-Mart because I hardly ever saw them around in the stores. So I took her idea,came back, got with the buyer, called the company, and said, "Hey, what if I make the Moon Pie myitem, ship it to all our stores, and sell it five for $1.00 instead of 23 cents apiece" They went for it andcame down in their price to 12 cents apiece. We charged 20 cents and sold 500,000 Moon Pies, or$100,000 worth, in one week. Company-wide, it was a real winner. The problem was everybody gotcarried away with my item and we shipped them to Wisconsin. Those people up there never heard ofMoon Pies before, and they weren't too interested in learning about them. It was the kind of mistake wehad to watch out for once we got so big. � By early 1942, though, the war was on, and as an ROTC graduate I was gung-ho to go, ready to shipout overseas and see my share of the action. But the Army had a big surprise for me. Because of a minorheart irregularity, I flunked the physical for combat duty and was classified for limited duty. This kind ofgot me down in the dumps, and since I was just waiting around to be called up anyway I quit myPenney's job and wandered south, towardTulsa, with some vague idea of seeing what the oil businesswas like. Instead, I got a job at a big Du Pont gunpowder plant in the town ofPryor, outsideTulsa. Theonly room I could find to stay in was nearby, over in Claremore. That's where I met Helen Robson oneApril night in a bowling alley. Now, I would love to tell you that this partnership was all part of my master plan from the beginning, thatas a young man I had some sort of vision of a great retailing company in which all the employees wouldbe awarded a stake in the business. That I saw them having the opportunity to participate in many of thedecisions that would determine the profitability of that business. I would love to tell you that from the verybeginning we always paid our employees better than anyone else paid theirs, and treated them as equals.