Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 31, 1963 · Page 9
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 9

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orner ANYDAY BAKED DRESSING 1 medium onion browned, chopped fine 4 tablesoons bacon dripping 8 or 10 slices bread cubed l'/2 teaspoons salt V* teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon sage Vi cup chopped celery 1 can chicken and rice soup 1 can of water Mix well in the order given. Pour mixture into well-greased baking dish. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for about an hour. Serves four. MRS. KENNETH RUSSELL Sirblette (Send your favorite reclp* to tt>« Cook'* Corner. Each recip* which is pu'-'ished will earn • $1 priie for the contributor. RecipM will be judged on the basis of reader interest cr originality. They may be taken from • cook book or magazine, but Hit «ourc» be given and sh Mid not be a current itsve.) Your Problems — 6v Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I would like to respond to "Voice of Experience." I agi-ce there are thousands, maybe millions of husbands who are warming their feet at firesides other than their own. These men did not marry thinking they would one day wind up with a mistress. They were frozen out at home and they were weary of complaints and excuses — headaches, backaches, exhaustion, etc. Or they simply became bored. I am the mistress of such a man. Naturally, I'd rather be his wife but since this is out of the question I'm settling for second best — and it's not bad. Our affair began 11 years ago and the fact that it has survived is evidence that each of us contributes something worthwhile to the other. So look around, wives. H a s your unresponsiveness made your husband cold and indifferent? Has he stopped begging for your favors? Is it YOUR husband that I have? If you listen to your heart it will tell you. — NO NAMK, NO INITIALS, .NO CITY Dear No Name, etc.: That's what YOU think. You have a name all right but this newspaper wouldn't print it. All cheaters have a peachy excuse. Nothing is without its price — as you may well dis- j cover almost any day now. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I a.m dating a very bright fallow who is 21 years old and has a lot of potential, if only he could overcome a few minor faults. Bernie is sort of a crusader. He has strong feelings a b out certain things ami is very outspoken. I admi-o this quality in him even though my father .sa.vs . he is a goof. Bernio has been asked to leave two colleges because he expres-' sed himself a little too freely' and ended up exchanging blows' with people. If he could just con- j trol his temper he would be fine. | Yesterday he was fired from his third job because he got into a fight with his supervisor. He lost the oilier two jobs pretty much the same way. I would like to marry Bernie sonic day but I'm afraid to take a chance on a fellow who may never be able to stand on his own two feet. Can you help? — SHAKEY SHIRLEY Dear Shirley: It's very difficult for a fellow to stand on! his own two feet when one foot! is always in his mouth. j Uernie may bo bright, but ifj lu> winds up "expressing him- l» slugging pooplu, lie is! Page 9 Garden City THegram Saturday, August 31, 1963 still a child. He may need professional help since it is apparent that his emotional development was arrested at an adolescent level. * * * DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'd like to add my two-cents worth to "Dover Soles" — the couple who were irritated by neighbors who refused to accept even one drink at a social get- together. Like you, Ann, I'm a stuffy, rock-headed type who can't be coaxed into having a drink. Furthermore, I don't feel the need to carry a decoy in my hand. I've noticed that the people who are moderate drinkers are content to leave us' nondrinkers alone. It's the lushes who always try to force liquor on others. When people become too insistent I tell them I've never yet met a man with so many brains that he could afford to have part of them paralyzed. After that they leave me pretty much alone. — DRY AND HAPPY Dear Dry and Happy: Thanks for the letter and the line. I know what you mean about "paralyzed brains." It's a sad sight. And -the better the brain the sadder the sight. To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles down" and one that "gets dull," send for Ann Landers' booklet, "What To Expect From Marriage," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self-addressed, Stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems, j Send them to her in care of the | Garden City Telegram enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The Groses Show Slides of Florida Mr. and Mrs. Frank C'rase. showed slides of their trip to j Florida at the Wednesday m<jht mooting of the Loyaj Leaders Class of the First Christian Church in the Fellowship Hall. 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