The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 15, 1986 · Page 15
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Motherhood most satisfying career T\an** An** ¥ __-i *• . . ~_^^ ^^^^ The Salina Journal Wednesday, January 15,1986 Page 15 Dear Ann Landers: I cannot ignore the letter published in your column recently by the woman who made the statement that being a mother is "at best a low-status occupation." Does the lady really believe the most important job a woman will ever do - namely, bringing up a child to be well-adjusted, healthy and a contributing member of society — is an insignificant accomplishment? How dare she equate the role of a mother with something worthless and poorly paid? Who can begin to estimate the value and importance of a mother and the variety of tasks she performs during her life? The world out there should be told that motherhood is the most noble and satisfying of all careers. It is time the media refrained from printing worthless opinions held by misguided females. Their major goal seems to be to undermine the most successful unit ever devised for the protection of the young and the old. Mothers are the nurturers and caretakers of the world. Here's a toast to those blessed creatures. Rise and shine! You are worth you weight in gold. And you are beautiful.—Oklahoma Reader Dear 0.: What a lovely tribute. You made a great many women feel better today and they deserve to. Motherhood is the most difficult Ann Landers NEWS AMERICA job in the world, yet there is no way to prepare for it. We learn through trial and error and hope for the best. Never was there a more difficult tune to raise children. There is no guarantee that if you do all the "right" things your child will turn out OK. All we can do is set firm guidelines, be consistent, insist on honesty, respect the child's best efforts, give unconditional love, and keep everything crossed you have two of. Dear Ann Landers: I hope you can help me. I did something that has made me feel terribly ashamed. Last year I became involved with the husband of a good friend. I realize now it was a rotten thing to do to "Marie." I did it to hurt my husband because I thought he was cheating on me. When she confronted me with the question, was I or was I not having an affair with her husband, I was sick of Club calendar • Thursday Community Fellowship, noon covered dish dinner, University United ; Methodist Church. Anyone retire• ment age is welcome. • UMW of the Grand Avenue United ; Methodist Church: Circle 2, 2 p.m. ; meeting, Edna Lamer, 212 S. Ninth, ': Apt. 5; Circle 3, 1:30 p.m. meeting, Wanda Winter, 518 W. Grand, and ':. Circle 4,1:30 p.m. meeting, Evelyn ;Batcheller, 909 N. 10th. ; UPW of the First Presbyterian v Church: Circle 3,9:30 a.m. meeting, • Dolores McKim, 1404 S. 10th; Circle ; 5,9:30 a.m. meeting, Ann Davidson, 1802 Hillcrest; Circles 6 and 7, 1:15 . p.m. meeting, downstairs parlor, co, hostesses: Mildred Exline, lone ;Fuchs, Barbara Erickson and Virginia Haley. ;• Leslie Kreps Post 62, the American i Legion, 8 p.m. fun night, Post Home. f Saline County Foster Parent As- ;sociation, 7:30 p.m. meeting, First ; United Methodist Church, 122 N. -Eighth. Program by Gloria Baxter: Girtz, of the Counseling and Growth ; Center, and Social and Rehabilitation Services personnel. Call 827-4520 •for baby sitting. Steps and Tradition Group of Al. coholics Anonymous, 8 p.m. meeting, • 205 E. South. New Beginnings Group of AA, 12:05 p.m. meeting, 205 E. South. CJ Praying Hands Al-Anon, 9:30 a.m. £>l2-step meeting, Bel Air Southern •-Baptist Church, 1100 W. Cloud |x (basement). *v'. Thursday Nighters Al-Anon, 8p.m. •3 (Meeting, Christ Cathedral, 138 S. •.1 Eighth. For more information, call j;B27-4433. Salina Masonic Lodge No. 60, 7 p.m. conferring of degrees, Masonic Temple. All Masonic luncheon, noon, Masonic Temple. TOPS Kan., 125: 6:30 p.m. weigh- in, Bel Air Southern Baptist Church, 1100 W. Cloud; 695: 7 p.m. meeting, 255 N. 10th. For more information, call 827-8681. Will Power Diet Club, 6:15 p.m. meeting, the First Christian Church, 201 S. Eighth, New members welcome. For more information, call 827-2830. Overeaters Anonymous, 7:30 p.m. meeting, white house behind Trade Winds Motel, 1700 N. Ninth. IOOF Lodge 28, 8 p.m. meeting, IOOF Hall, 401 E. Walnut. Parents and Children Together, 7:30-9 p.m. meeting, Memorial Hall. Babysitting provided during meeting. Salina Sunflower Chorus Chapter of SPEBSQSA, Inc., 7:45 p.m. meeting, Salvation Army Community Center, 1137 N. Santa Fe. Retired Military Wives, 6:30 p.m. dinner meeting, Western Sizzlin Steak House. The protein predicament BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP) Protein is an essential part of any food but, unfortunately, foods with the greatest protein value are among the most expensive. These include lean meat, fish, eggs and milk. Protein is also the most costly ingredient of animal feeds. Provesta Corp. says it is marketing a process to produce high-quality protein at low costs. t:. r- - f-~Z | tv. pt THERE'S ONE IN EVERY Let the others brown-bag it. You're calling Domino's Pizza for a tasty, nutritious lunch delivered to your office in less than 30 minutes. Make an executive decision. Reach for the phone and order lunch from Domino's Pizza. c 1986 Domino s Pizza. Inc Free 6-Pack! Get a FREE 6-Pack of Coke " with any 16" Price Destroyer"! Limited delivery area. Oneolfer per order Good at listed locations Expires: May 15. 1986 Salina 825-7060 582 S. Ohio St. 827-0666 1103-C W.Crawford Hours: 11 am -1 am Mon.-Thurs. 11 am-2 am Fri. & Sat. DOMINO'S PIZZA DELIVERS FREE. Limited delivery area. Good at listed locations Our drivers carry less than $10.00. the deceit and didn't want to play games any longer, so I replied, "Yes, but it's all over." She looked stricken, said nothing and walked away. I've made no attempt to contact "Marie" but she is on my mind constantly. Should I go to her and ask for forgiveness? I've been married for 12 years and never thought I would ever do anything so cheap. I felt nothing for Marie's husband. (It wasn't even fun.) He just happened to be the one who propositioned me and I said yes because I was feeling unloved and unsure of myself. I'll take your advice, whatever it is.—Washington State Dear W.S.: You need to talk to somebody about your shame and guilt — but please* not Marie. It might make you feel better, but it won't do much for her. Do you have a clergyman you feel comfortable with? If not, I suggest a mental health professional. Just a few sessions should do it. 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