Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on July 22, 1979 · Page 58
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2E, Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore, Sunday, July 72, 1979 features Don't blame yourself because kids failed DEAR ABBY: I un the mother of nine boys. Their father is dead. Rudy, 23, b my oldest. He married Agnes, a 15-year-old girl, because she said he got her pregnant. Their baby is 2 now and is the picture of the fellow Agnes went with before Rudy married her. Their marriage is on the rocks because she is pregnant by a sailor she met when she went to visit ner mother in Seattle. Rudy won't take her back because he's in love with a 21- dear pi abby ) l ' year-old girl who has two babies and is expecting a third by a fellow who isn't ner husband although she's still married. i Rudy gets unemployment He runs all night and lies around my house all day. He acts real crazy. I never know if he's on drugs or just drunk. All right, so much for Rudy. Jody is my 20-year-old. He got a 17-year-old girl pregnant but won't marry ner because be says he's not ready to settle down yet Abby, I've been a church-going Christian woman and a good mother and I don't know how I could have turned out kids like these. If they hang around the younger boys, they will be a mess, too. Please help. A MOTHER WHO FAILED DEAR MOTHER: Don't feel guilty. If you've been a good mother, YOU haven't failed, your kids have. Let the older boys know they stars today; ARIES (Mar. 21 -Apr. 19): Dig in for security, dig deep for facts concerning property, basic values. Cancer, Capricorn natives figure prominently. Family member deserves fair hearing in connection with security, long-range project TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): Check tendency to be extravagant. Don't be in too much of a hurry to expand. Accent on bringing priorities into focus. Relatives, trips, special calls are featured. Gemini, Sagittarius persons figure prominently. GEMINI (May 21 -June 20): Cycle high-you break through restrictions. What had been a detriment becomes an asset. Aquarius, Scorpio, Leo natives are in picture -and so is the number 4. Accent on personal possessions, valuables, money potential. CANCER (June 21 -July 22): Stress ability to analyze, to perceive, to sense basic needs, including need for change. Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius natives figure prominently. You'll make right move at right time. Know it, act as if aware ofu. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Dig deep, get beneath superficial layers -accent on what is hidden, administrative files, groups and organizations. Taurus, Libra,-Scorpio natives could play significant roles. Domestic adjustment works well. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Emphasis on romance, clandestine operations, getting behind scenes glimpse, confidential data. Pisces is in picture, so is the number 7 and another Virgo. You get your wish. You are rewarded for recent business-professional move which displayed acumen. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Could be your power-play day. Accent on reputation, profession, honor, making room for yourself at top. Capricorn, Cancer persons figure prominently. Money and love are on agenda. You could "write your own ticket"! SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21): Finish assignment. Get pulse of public. Be sympathetic to one who confides problem. Do not cast first stone. You'll be repaid for favor. Aries, Cancer, Libra natives figure prominently. Open lines of communication. You'll "hear" from overseas. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Strive for more independence, freedom to imprint your own style, policy. You gain data concerning financial status affect ing one close to you. Leo. Aquarius individuals figure prominently. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 -Jan. 19): Moderation should be keynot-ed. Avoid extremes. Cancer, number 2 and another Capricorn figure prominently. Defer to wishes of close associate, mate. Steer away from direct confrontations. Patience, legal knowledge serve as valuable, twin allies.' AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Highlight versatility, person-ality-you gel tasks done in unique manner. Gemini, Sagittarius persons figure in scenario. Check medical-dental appointments; keep health, nutrition resolutions. Study Capricorn message. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Accent on change, variety, creativity, affection, children, love. Aquarius, Scorpio. Taurus persons figure prominently. You receive marvelous compliment from younger member of opposite sex. You are on path to greater happiness! can't lie around your house all day. Your problems are too heavy to carry alone. You need to talk to an understanding, supportive person. Your clergyman is ready when you are. DEAR ABBY: When would you say a person has reached middle age? FORTY AND CURIOUS DEAR FORTY: When he (or she) climbs out of the bathtub and is glad to find the full-length mirror all steamed up! Columnist Abigail Van Buren appears daily in (he Capital Journal. Send your questions to Dear Abby, co Statesman Journal. Box 13009, Salem. Ore, 97309. Salt found in fluid that bathes cells ruu Dear Dr. Ruble: Please explain low sodium in the body. What is the cause and is there a treatment? My husband has it. Mrs. G.CJ. Sodium (salt to most) is one of many elements (substances found in nature) that the body needs to remain healthy. Most behave the same way. Too much or too little can cause problems. You tell me little, so I can only generalize. Sodium is found in the blood fluid that bathes the cells of the body. The usual problem is too much of it, which leads to increased blood volume, lung congestion, and other forms of edema (eh-DEE-muh) throughout the body. For high blood pressure, doctors recommend limiting salt in all forms, chiefly through abandoning the salt shaker. i A severe sodium lack causes weakness, confusion, even loss of consciousness. Some people pass out if they engage too long in activity that causes much sweating and sudden salt loss. Medical causes of low sodium include severe diarrhea or vomiting, also kidney disease or pituitary or adrenal gland problems. Those are the glands that control salt levels. Diuretics (water pills) may cause excess loss of sodium from vital elements. Extreme adema (excess fluid) may cause a low sodium reading, since the substance is diluted, so to speak. An ordinary diet provides the sodium most people need (three to seven grams a day). Treatment for low sodium depends on the specific cause among those mentioned. For some, additional salt may be needed. For others, restriction of fluids may help. The doctor should advise. Dear Dr. Ruble: My sur- the body, as it may with po- geon has told me I have a tassium, another of those hiatal hernia. What I don't understand is his statement that I need surgery for it. He said he would go through my upper stomach. Is this a common type of surgery? Mrs. HA. Most hiatal hernias do not require surgery. Some (about 15 percent) do. The hernia is a bulging of a bit of the stomach upward into the gullet through the hiatus. The hiatus is the small opening provided for passage of the gullet tube (esophagus) to the stomach. It may be too large or weakened, causing the hernia. Surgery is recommended when conservative treatment, such as antacids and elevation of the head of the . bed at night, do not help . Dr. Ruble accepts inquiries from readers. Address your letters to: Dr. Ruble, co Statesman Journal. Box 13009, Salem. Ore. 97308. Dr. Ruble appears dally la the Capital Journal. engagements cftor Six All Stylet of Formal Wear and Accttsorii; in stock f i " II IT I When You Need Formal Wear... Call 363-9292 tint to Sear in Salem ' i Open Monday A Fridiy 'til 9 V1SA-Muter Charie Bigots should be put in their place Dear Ann Landers: I am of the Jewish faith, the tame as you, but my name sounds Scandinavian. (No, I didn't change It.) I live in a predoSilnantly Gentile community. The people here are decent, well-meaning Christians, but many of them do not like Jews. They are not aware that I am Jewish, so they assume 1 share their feelings. Frequently I've been present when someone has made an anti-Semitic remark. I have remained silent, not because I'm ashamed to admit I am Jewish, but because I do not want to embarrass anyone. I am writing to you because there are times when I have felt guilty about keeping quiet. Perhaps you can give me some insight Please don't suggest that I move. I must live In this community for economic reasons. Will you express your views on my dilemma? - M.B.S. Dear M.B.S.: I don't tolerate ethnic slurs of any kind - whether against blacks, Catholics, Chicanos, am landersj Orientals, OR Jews. A Jew who remains silent in the face of anti-Semitic remarks because he "doesn't want to embarrass anyone" is copping out. The reason you feel guilty is because deep down you know it. Some people in your community need educating and you should not miss the opportunity to straighten them out. Aaa Landers accept! Inquiries from reader. Address your let-ten ta: Ann Landers, co Suleiman Journal, P. O. Box MM, Salem, Ore. I73W. Ana Linden appear dally In The Oregon Suleiman. . MINI-BARNS arm, garage, storage 1 pump houses, aft. Any Size. 25 yrs. exp. Local refs. 743-279 local weddings 1 personal MANAGEMENT money SEMINAR m -Saturday 9:00 am 4:30 pm; August 4, 1 979. 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Larry McCagg of St. Edward's Episcopal Church performed the 4 p.m. ceremony which was attended by members of the family. Parents of the bride are Denzel and Louise Legard of Silverton. The bride groom is the son of Manuel and Jean Simas of Samoa, Calif., who, with other members of the family, drove up for the ceremony. The couple will make their first home in Silver-ton. The bride, a graduate of Oregon State University, is a physical education and health teacher at Mark Twain Junior High in Silverton. The bridegroom, a graduate of Humboldt State College in California, is a wood shop and construction teacher at Silverton Union High School. 2 A July 7 bride was Suzanne Elizabeth Atiyeh, daughter of Gov. and Mrs. Vic Atiyeh, who was married to Cody Anthony Bustamante at morning services In St. Paul's Episcopal Church In Salem. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Bustamante of Pico Rivera, Calif. After their wedding trip to Victoria, British Columbia, the couple will make their home In California where the bridegroom is attending graduate school at the University of California. Sidwell - Hall Announcing plans for an August wedding are Janice Marie Sidwell of Corval-lis and Steve M. Hill of Bellevue, Wash. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Loyd W. Sidwell of Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley N. Hall of Bellevue. ' The bride-elect graduated from Cascade Union High School and earned bachelor and master degrees from Oregon State University. She is a financial aid counselor .at OSU and a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Hall, a graduate of Newport High School and Seattle Pacific College, is employed by Seattle First National Bank. Toft - Egesdahl Planning to marry on Sept. 22 at Camp Cascade in Lyons are Pam Toft and Floyd R. Egesdahl, both of Salem. Miss Toft, a McNary High School graduate, is the daughter of Ronald and Glenna Toft of Lyons. She is a secretary with FEC Inc. Home Builder. Her fiance, the son of Virginia Egesdahl of Salem, owns FEC Inc. Mathews - White Announcing their engagement are Kathy Lynn Mathews and James Brian White. A spring wedding is planned. Parents of the couple are Flo Lissner and Ken Mathews and James L. and Margie White, all of Salem. Miss Mathews, a North Salem High School graduate, is employed by J.J. Jeans. White, also a North Salem High, graduate, is manager of the dowtown Union 76 station. Knowlton - Hochhalter First Church of the Nazarene will be the setting for the Oct. 6 wedding of Debra Knowlton and Bryce Hochhalter, both of Salem. Frank and Margaret Knowlton and Ben and Esthr Hochhalter, all of Salem, are parents of the couple. Miss Knowlton graduated from McNary High School and attended Oregon State University. She is a machine clerk with the U. S. Postal Service. Hochhalter attended North Salem High School and Chemeketa Community College. He is a construction worker. Mayhugh - Allen Announcing their plans for a Sept. 15 wedding at Trinity United Methodist Church are Molly Mayhugh of Salem and Gary Allen of Everett, Wash. Miss Mayhugh graduated from McNary High School and Oregon State University. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Mayhugh, she is an industrial fitness specialist in the Seattle area. Allen, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen of Beaver Creek, is a mechanical engineer for Scott Paper Company. INFLATION FIGHTER SPECIAL ANY LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM &HALL REGARDLESS OF SIZE FURNITURE CLEANING SPECIAL WE'LL CLEAN ANY COUCH REGARDLESS OR SIZE! 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Haines - Indra Rosemary Haines of Salem and Larry Gene Indra of Dallas are planning an Oct. 6 wedding at St. Philips Catholic Church in Dallas. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John F. Haines of Dallas, Raymonde O. Indra and the late Dan L. Indra of San Jose, Calif. Miss Haines, a graduate of Dallas High School, attended Oregon College of Education. She is a draftsperson. Her fiance, a graduate of Willow Glen High School in San Jose and San Jose State University, is a police officer in Dallas. Bladorn - Farnham Calvary Baptist Church will be the setting for the Dec. 22 wedding of Denise Kathleen Bladorn and Shaun David Farnham, both of Salem. The bride-elect is a graduate of Sprague High School and employed by the Department of Justice in Administrative Services. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bladorn of Salem. Farnham, also a Sprague graduate, plans to study accounting at Chemeketa Community College. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farnham of Salem. Gries - Etzel A February wedding at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Sublimity is planned by Cindy Gries and Greg Etzel of Stay-ton. The bride-elect is the daughter of Jack and Dolores Gries of Sublimity and is a dental assistant in Salem. She is a graduate of Regis High School. Etzel, the son of Elmer and Shirley Etzel of Stayton, is employed with his father at Paris Woolen Mills and a Stayton Union High School graduate. Hamilton - Eytchison An Aug. 25 wedding at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Silverton is planned by Gail Lynn Hamilton and Daniel M. Eytchison, both of Vancouver, Wash. The bride-elect, a 1976 graduate of Sprague High School, is the daughter of Corinne A. Davies and Donald R. Hamilton, both of Salem. She is a cake decorator in Portland. The son of William Eytchison of Salem and Jean Taylor of Chatsworth, Calif., the bridegroom-elect is an assistant manager with Fred Meyer in Vancouver and a former Blue Mountain College student. Roesch - Boston Announcing their engagement and plans for a Nov. 3 wedding at St. Paul's Episcopal Church are Peggy Lee Roesch and the Rev. James Terrell Boston, both of Salem. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William C. Roesch of Richland, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Boston of Clearwater, Florida. The bride-elect graduated from Willamette University and is employed by Capitol Health Care. Her fiance graduated from School of International Service at American University and Church Divinity School of the Pacific, and attended Oxford University. He is vicar of Christ the King on the Santiam Episcopal mission and curate of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Salem. Carlson - Raabe Announcing the engagement of Debra Carlson of Lake Oswego and Rodney D. Raabe of Salt Lake City are the bridegroom-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton R. Raabe of Molalla. Parents of the bride-elect are Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Carlson of Dublin, Calif. Raabe graduated from McNary High School, Univesity of Oregon and University of Oregon School of Medicine. He is an intern at University of Utah, doing residency in radiology. Miss Carlson, a graduate of David Douglas High School and Oregon State University, is an interior decorator with Gevurtz Furniture. An Oct. 20 wedding is planned. Reeves - O'Brien Christine Marie Reeves and James Sean O'Brien announce their engagement. A Fall 1980 wedding is planned. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Reeves and Dr. and Mrs. Cyril O'Brien, all of Salem. The bride- and bridegroom-elect are both 1977 graduates of South Salem High School and juniors at Oregon State University. Miller - Harrison First Presbyterian Church will be the setting for the Oct. 6 wedding of Lori A. Miller and Robert L. Harrison, both of Salem. Parents of the couple are Margaret and Fred D. Miller Jr. of Salem and Dick and Trude Harrison of Sandy. 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