The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 18, 1981 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 18, 1981
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Page 16 The Salina Journal — Wednesday, November 18,1961 Wife fishing yields bad catches Dear Ann: I am a male, 24, with a good education and a fine Job. I am looking for a wife, but what I am finding has left me completely turned off. I dated eight girls this past year. Every one has had at least six or seven lovers. They talk about it openly as is it is not at all unusual. I have had one sexual relationship in my life, and it was someone I was in love with and had hoped to marry. "The young women I dated were all under 24 years of age, well-educated anifrom nice families. No barflies or pick-ups. Please tell me if I am a fool to think there must be something better out there. — Bargain Basement Blues Gear Blues: You bet there is. Don't settle for less. Not a day goes by that I don't receive at least 40 letters from young women who want to know if there are any decent guys left. I will repeat the same advice that has: appeared in this space over and over again. If you want to catch a trout, don't fish in a herring barrel. Stay out of bars — unless you are looKing for a drinking companion. Get involved in political groups, take night classes at the local college or university. For divorced people, there is Parents Without Partners. Look into volunteer services. In other words, go where you will meet people who have interests similar to yours. Remember, it only takes one person to change your life. arm landers Dear Ann: Next week I am having a little birthday lunch for our four-year- old. I plan to have games and prizes, ice cream and cake and fruit punch. Since four-year-olds must be accompanied by adults, I expect about 10 mothers. One mother asked when I spoke to her this morning if I would be serving cocktails. I told her, "No - this is a party for the kids." She said, "I was only joking, but I do think it would be ungracious not to offer the women a Tom Collins or something like that. After all, you're not Mormons." Her remarks irritated me, but they also got me thinking. Is she right? — Providence Rhode Island Reader Dear Prov: I'm not a Mormon either, but I wouldn't think of offering mothers cocktails at a birthday lunch for four-year-olds. A woman who would Nurse blamed in baby switch ALGOMA, Wis. (UPT) — The Algoma Memorial Hospital has taken disciplinary action against the people responsible for sending the wrong baby home with a couple last week. Cindy and Terry Blasier of Brussels, Wis., took home a baby they thought was their newborn son, Ryan Robert. But when the Blasiers started to change the infant's diaper, they discovered the baby was actually a girl — Jessica Ann Holland, the daughter of David and Judy Holland of Maplewood, to be exact. Hospital spokesman Tom Thomas said Monday the babies were placed in the wrong cribs when a nurse was called to the delivery room and had to quickly take the babies from their mothers and put them back in the nursery. Thomas said the disciplinary action was taken last Wednesday, when the incident happened, but did not say what action was taken or who was involved. Cleaning tips save table Are you ready to throw that scratched-up old table to the dogs? Don't toss it out until you try some simple remedies to clean and protect it. • Never wash wood furniture with soap and water. It can dull the finish and loosen good veneer. Instead, try a good reputable furniture care product. • All furniture care products don't do the same job. Srays and liquids are all right for standard clean-ups. But, paste wax, applied with a soft cloth, enhances the shine and durablility. • Don't dry-dust furniture between cleanings. That mars the finish. Instead, moisten a cloth with spray or liquid polish, and rub evenly with the grain. • The cloth itself is important. Use an old diaper or piece of old flannel. Old shirts with buttons, however, are a no-no. They'll scratch the finish. • Blemishes and water stains can be treated. Coat a piece of fine grade steel wool with wax, and rub gently with the grain. Try crayons, touch-up wax sticks, or even a paste shoe polish to match the color of the wood and hide the scratch. You'll be surprised at what small tricks like these can do. Do you need another employe? Hundreds of readers are looking through the classified ads every day. Phone 823-6363 and an ad-taker will help you. GET YOUR HANDCRAFTED GIFTS AT SEE 'N SELL DAYS! November 20th & 21st Chili, Sandwiches Fri, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Pies served Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. both days! FREE ADMISSION FOOD TICKETS $1.50 IN ADVANCE OR $1.75 AT THE DOOR 651 E. Prescott ask such a question has a problem. 6 * * Dear Ann: My husband passed away three years ago, and I married a very nice man who lost his wife about the same time. We Just returned from a pleasant honeymoon. We visited my husband's sisters, met several cousins, nieces and nephews. Everyone was most cordial, but I have a question to ask. Why do people keep plastic covers on their furniture when they have company? These folks also have cellophane over their lampshades that should have been removed when they brought the lamps home from the store. I can understand protecting the furniture when your children visit, but we were rather special guests. What's the answer? — Mitchell, S.D. Dear S.D.: If I knew the answer to that question, I would also know why some women wear hair curlers downtown. Confidential to Are Grandparents THAT important?: You bet! Get a copy of Grandparents — Grandchildren - The Vital Connection, by Kornhaber and Woodward (Anchor Press-Doubleday, 411.95). Every parent with living parents and children should read this book. It's an eyeful. Even if drinking is the "in" thing in your crowd, it needn't crowd you out. Learn the facts from Ann Landers' booklet, "Booze and You —For Teen- Agers Only." Send 50 cents and a self- addressed envelope to Ann Landers P.O. Box 11995, Chicago, 111., 60611. © Bands Of Gold Wonderfully crafted In 14 karat, they range from polished gold classics to smart, modem versions with Interesting textures • and at very attractive prices! Values start from $125.00 Serving Salina For Over 50 Years STORE HOURS Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Hours; 7 A.M.-11P.M. Daily Phone 827-3601 901 W.Crawford Grade "A" TOMS *. TURKEYS HENS. . 48' 58' HONEYSUCKLE! HMSM TOMS.. BUTTERBALL 1 "" 1 BAKING HENS DUCKS,., CAPONS,., GEESE TOMS .... Grrtl "A" u. 89' u.. 89 u. 69 s ». $169 .Lb. 1 4 89 .__. Grade "A" Fresh FRYERS who, §• IP 99 USDA Choice SO 89 SIRLOIN STEAK T u>. * Ocean Spray Fresh CRANBERRIES 59 12 Oz, Pkg, Red POTATOES $169 20 Lb. Bag 1 Kellogg's STUFFING CROUTETTES 7 oz. ~* m*m C Box 'W • •—••! 79 Del Monte PEAS, GR. 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