The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 19
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Future stepsons must move out Sunday, November 15,1961 — The Salina Journal Page It DMT Ann: I have been dating this man for six months. Earl's wife died five years ago and left him with three sons. I know he loves me and my five- year-old child. But his boys are a problem. The oldest is in his 20s and refuses to leave home. He has a girlfriend who shares his bedroom. He doesn't work, but she does. They pay no room or board. The second son left home to "oe on hia own, but he comes back every few weeks to do his laundry, make a few phone calls and have wild parties at the house. The youngest boy lives out of town but visits his dad often. He has stolen many articles as well as money from his father's house. When he is here, Earl has to lock up everything. Earl says he loves me and I believe him, but his boys are so irresponsible and lazy I wonder if there is a future for me and my child if I marry him. My ex-husband was an alcoholic, and my life was hell. I'm long overdue for some happiness and found it with Earl, Class of 1942 plans its 40th reunion The Saline High School Class of 1942 is searching for some classmates. The class will have a reunion July 24,1982. Anyone who has information about the members in the following list may contact Charles W. McCabe, 587 S. Delaware, Salina, Kan. 67401, or call (913) 827-0258. They are: Audrty Boughmon, Jim Brandt, Margar«t Brown, Dal* Capllnger, Erma Clark, Virginia Collini, Mar|orle Cooper HoefferU, Barbara Hen Erlckson, Jim Hurst, Elaine Johnson McCune, Wayne Lambeth, Hugh Lee, Phyllli Lundberg, Del- phlne Maler, Ed Warquellng, Bob Meadi, Imogene McGlnty, Mavis McKea Kamper, Ida Merrl- man Barnes, Betty Myers Sparks, Don Newby, Dorothy Oberg Howard, Gloria Parker Warner, Lela Rasmussen, Ruth Rasmussen, Betty Rathbun Barnhlll, Earl Shaw, Alvls Smith Jr., Jewell Toulouse Martin and Doris Utley Enrlght. ann landers but his kids drive me up the wall. What should I do? - Undecided in Oregon Dear Un: Earl's kids are not going to change. Their patterns were set long ago. No character. No integrity. No self-respect — Just a pack of leeches. Tell Earl you will marry him only If the boys move out and support themselves. If he agrees, your marriage has a good chance. If not, enjoy his company and keep looking. Engagement Nutz-Weis Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Nutz, Salina Rt. 1, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Roberta Rae, to Kenneth Robert Wels, son of Marge Weis, 713 Albert, and the late Kenneth D. Weis. The bride-elect is a graduate of Ell- Salina High'School, Brookville. Her fiance attended South High School and served in the U.S. Army. Both work at Tony's Pizza Service. Christ Episcopal Cathedral will be the scene of their Dec. 26 wedding. Dear Ann: I was amused by your definitions of "lace curtain Irish." I lived in Cambridge and Boston for over 15 years, and the definition I heard makes more sense than the ones you published. Here it is: Many years ago, when very few wives held jobs outside the home, they sat by the window behind their lace curtains, so they could see who went into the neighborhood houses. The "lace curtain Irish" saw everything and could be depended on to provide the Juiciest gossip at any get-together. — I Live in Seattle Now Dear Seattle: Since no one has been able to prove that his definition Is the real one, yours makes as much sense as the others. Thanks for sharing. * -tr * Dear Ann: I have read several letters in your column about how, when the father deserts his wife and kids and returns home with presents and a big smile, the kids think he is great. Our father deserted us several years ago and hasn't come back. Almost every day I have to listen to my mother talk about what a rat he was, all the lousy things he did and how he doesn't care about me. What happened between my parents is their business. It has already caused me to lose my dad. Why does my mother want to destroy the good memories I have of him? With no disrespect to my mother, if my dad returned tomorrow I would be the happiest kid in town. How can I get her to stop bad-mouthing him? — Deep Scars in California Dear Cal: Show your mother this letter and tell her you wrote it. I know of no better way to get the message across. It is not difficult to understand your mother's bitterness, but she should not attempt to embitter you. Is alcoholism ruining your life? Know the danger signals and what to do. Read the booklet, "Alcoholism Hope and Help," by Ann Landers. Enclose 50 cents with your request and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 11995, Chicago, 111., 60611. New Babies A daughter, Shelby Hannah, was born Nov. 10 to former Salinans Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Wilson, Lawrence. 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