The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 1, 1971 · Page 18
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Wednesday, December 1, 1971
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Rffil^:"/' '• ;• ', ; ••'• •'••'• '',;';-; r v,' 1 \0^*:\:it' • |Jt TOE BRAZOSPORT FACTS, FKtporti T«a», Wednesday, Dwemtxr 1, ill i, Section II, t»,,gf '4 DEAR ABBY shouldn't go overboard with gifts • DEAR ABBY: Why do some grandparents feel that they can give their grandchildren anything they want for Christmas without even consulting the parents? Our children have more toys than they know what to do with, and my parents have 'just told us what they plan to give their grandchildren for Christmas and we have told them that we disapprove. In the first place, we think the gifts are very inappropriate for our children, they are far too expensive, and we have no place to store them. My parents say they are not asking us, they are telling us. Abfoy, don't you think they should respect our wishes? And what can we do about it? UPSET IN PA. DEAR UPSET: Yes, 1 think your wishes should be respected. You ctwM threaten to return may unapproved gilts and make good your threat If they insist on leading them anyway. But this would undoubtedly make !( "rough sledding" for your relationship at Christmas, so I don't recommend it. DEAR ABBY: 1 am one of those unfortunate women who had only sons. Out of six children, I never had one daughter. Talk about rotten luck. That was the worst. I know what I am talking about because last Christmas 1 knew what a broken heart felt like. The five older boys are married, and on Christmas and Thanksgiving, too, each went to HER mother's. My younger son has a girl friend, and he went to HER house. Not one of ray sons asked roe if I had plans. I am not a whining, complaining, clinging vine type. I am self-supporting, and can look after myself. This was the first Christmas without my ~. husband, and I .thought surely one of ray boys would invite me forspend' Christmas 'with him. I'm sure if I had had daughters, things would have been different What do you think? MOTHEROFSONS DEAR MOTHER: It's hard to tell. Some mothers have received the same treatment from their daughters. And . some soas treat their mothers like queemi. The little verse, "A son is a son 'til be takes a wife, but a daughter is a daughter aU her life." "ain't" necessarily so! DEAR ABBY: I am a 50- year-old man (divorced) who has been single for rive years, with no desire to marry again until 1 met a charming 45- year-old woman (also divorced). I plan to ask her to marry me and {eel confident that she will accept. My problem: I don't feel I should buy her an engagement ring because she SEVEN-UP CAKE Mrs, Olan Morgan Angletoa 2 sticks oleo */t cup shortening 3 cups sugar 5 eggs 3 cups flour i/j tsp. salt } tsp. vanilla *i cup Seven-Up Cream oleo and shortening and sugar. Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each one. Add flour and salt alternately with Seven-Up. Add extract and raj* well. Bake at 3% degrees. Use greased and floured large tube pan. Bake one hour. BAKE AM) FREEZE CHRISTMAS CAKE Is already wearing diamonds on both her hands which would put to shame any diamond I could afford to buy her. How could 1 handle this? UNSURE IN OAKLAND elaborate wedding ring. . DEAR UNSURE) Skip Die engagement diamond and make up for'It with a more CONFIDENTIAL "AMAZED AT YOU AND YOUR FILTHY MIND": I DID consult with psychiatrists before publishing my answer, TO a»d they agreed unanimously that no healthy-minded mother sleeps with her II- year-old ion, (And In one twin bed, ycli) What's your problem? You'll feel better if you get II off your thwt. Write lo AllIIV, Ho* 8tTW. LM Angrle*. Cat. Mots, For » pmwwl reply enclose iUnip«l. ailtlrennl envelope. Mule to write Mien? fc-nd II l» Aboy. tle« fiTM, I.M AngelM, Cal •***». for Abbjvt booklet, "How to Writ* Ut- Irrt far All Ottatlwu." 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