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April 7, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 36

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Coping By JOANNE KOCH "When she has one of lief cranky, colicky days, my entire Hie centers on cop ing. jusi yetting through the day. I resent just living for that. On good days, I have all this extra energy hut 1 can't imvkc plans. There's nol enough time between napi and feedings lo gei Minted on any satisfying work." The speaker i- a new mother, of course. Typical uf in a n y coniempiii-ai-.\ mnthc'i's, Anne gave up an interesting j<-b shortly be lure the birth of her daughter although she plans to return lo work eventually. •She has no parents i.r ivl, lives in the neighborhood in ~jje!l her. But she does haw- a husband who is willing in <barp many of ihe jiareni- ui'-i tasks. And she is living in a society which is begin ning lo accept the notion thai a woman's iiHimati' luli'illmctn is not necessari ly lo he found in the care and feeding of a liny bundle of squawks, drools and dr mands. The motherhood mystique is gradually ffoing the wa\ ot ilv; feminine mystique. And Anne, along with many other new mothers, sees this as a healthy develop meat . "At lea.sl I can tail apan nine in awhile. 1 can admit to my husband that 1 sometimes resent my setup and know- that he won't blame me. It must be much worse if a woman has to pretend l hat she loves every minute of those fif.sl grueling months. "My husband understand? * . what I'm going through. \Ve " attended the l.ama/e nalu- ,i ral childbirth classes to- J gelher t.\vo months before . delivery. They helped pre * pare both of us for Unmixed feelings thai child birth would bring. "If a woman doesn't prc pare herself, she's victimized by the motherhood myth. She thinks she's noi supposed to be dissatisfied. fatigued and even resentful about, the enormous demands suddenly placed on her." There are no formulas to make parenthood DIP blissful experience many expect it to he. But there are ways <n alleviate the difficulties and make room for more satisfaction. First, as Anne 'suggests, lake advantage of one of the prenatal courses offered by most large hospitals or community colleges and attend them with your husband. Try to establish a nci work of conlacls with other expectant or new mothers. This can serve as your e\ tended family offering sup port, baby-sitting exchanges arid advice. Parents after <_• h i 1 d b i r t h education (P.A.C.E.) is a relatively new group which may help to I ill this need. Initiated by Brenda Kline r .md Becky Hei'fxmnn. LWTI women trained in counseling who also happen In be mothers. P.A.C.Ii. is now training leaders in a number of states to deal with what they call "the universal new-mother prolj lenis: fatigue, a changed body, a new relationship be Uvcen husband and wife and resentment about ail I h e ? r changes." (\Vnt< B «• i: k v Hen/man, 10007 Hurst Ave.. Ticthcsda, Mri. '.iOOMi. Finally. ji a r e n i i u g 'much more rewarding when CAP ROCK DUPLICATE In Caproek Duplicaie Bridge Club game pi-ay Thursday at the Bridge Center, winners were Bob Smith and Gary Powell. first: Mrs. Frank P.eck and Mrs. P.R. Buchanan, second: Mrs. J.A. Bennett and Mrs. T.L. Leach, third. Thf club's next mefting will be at 9:fa a.m. Apfil IT al the center. MAIHNATK SARJMNKS Marinate equal amounts of smoky sardines, chopped green pepper, cherry toma- 10 halves, sliced green union and celery in your favorite 011 and vinegnr dressing. Serve with bread or crack pis and -or sliced meals and cheeses for a satisfying make-ahead men! <v lair niglu snack. husband and wife do it 10- gefher. Kven if men are away from wile and baby most of the day they can create an atmosphere ol su p p o r t, sharing tasks whenever possible. humming to themselves that lii- ile tune. "Mothers are pen pie .. ." Now thai we've begun in reali/e that imrent in.'- 1 doesn't eivme luuurally, we can lake advantage of ihe runny Iraining and support programs l< ! r parents that have sprung up around the country. One of the largest of these is Parent Effective ness Training. Founded by psychologist Thomas l.loi don. P.IO.T. offers work -hops run by trained counselors who work with moih- i'i.s and fathers to improve parcnl-child communication, i Write: Kllt'ruveness Tram nig Associates. I1U S. Ku i 'lit! Ax'e.. Pasadena. Calif. 91101.. I'ooks to i-a>e roupic^> inin parent ing : "The Gmuth and l)ev<-! opmeni of Mothers." by Angela Harron Mci'.ride. ".\\-\\ Miracles o! Cliildliirih." In Klliott H. McCleary. "Giving birth: The Parent-' Km*-'ions in Childbirih." by Sheila Kii/inurr. Library Plan, SPOTLIGHT ON... Story Time STOriY TIMI-: Those Lublinck Hay Nurs er\ Nu. 1 kinderxa! tenors will he special mios'.s t'm 1 a puppet show, film and slorv ai in a.m. Wednesday in Mahon IJbnfry. In >:bservaiic.e of the current Week of the YiHin^ Child, the ehildren will lake home pamphlets. ••|{o;i(lin<_: Begins ;it Home." Left ID right are: Marcus Franklin. 4. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Franklin of 210.") K. Hh St.. No. !iS; 'I'riciii Petree. f>. daughter of Mrs. Vo'da Kay Praeliai- of 1IIOS-C 5!'rd S1.: .lamie Moreno. 5. son ol Mrs. Sonia Moiviv< of 181(1 ;',rd St.. No. US, iSlali' PhnUi i American Shoe Sales Mar eh Forward I'M \\.\l.rilit LtM.AN 1 : P1 American manufacturers of men's shoes IIRVC been dragging their feet in recent years in th> fte-M of dc.-ign whi!e Europeans domin:Hed the fash- inn aspect and racked up sales. Now the Americans are r(?a>serting their leader ship. Their new footwear ,lively, leatheriy. often elegant and anything but dull. The rent kooky look is out and the prevailing mood is relaxed but never careless. A Int of lliem were designed specifically I suits that an inroads into and slacks 1-1 in- tit.: leisure making heavy .sport .jackets mhinalions. The Leather Industi 'ics uf AiiKTicri picked three tennis this year l'ir mid-April I ircsenKiUr;n as uinner> ol tile American IX'siiin-vr Awards: Kirhard ']'. .Morri son of .laniian .Shoes. William l.cnat* 1 and Jack Kn fiiii; and a four man loam iiei'l J. .Sell,!:, and den P. Seli'.;. Al- iiii and Roht'i't -, wa.- that Amencan- sd and made shoos uie gi\'ing iashiun leader ship In a whole neu feeling in mon's footwear in the l.'nited Slates and abroad, and a number of line- are selling extremely well in Europe instead of vice versa. Whether laced up i>r slip- nil, the lavnrite men's shoes this spring are apt to be leather casuals thai can double fur most dre-.s occa si:;ns a savings in a lime of recession. Creamy tsx- lured leather sneakers and other casual lies ai'e good examples. When not ton sporiy. with .striped over lays or sliiching. they look great with business suits. Tile real kooky look is •_:• ne. but there are some wcdgo soles on leather sneakers, and other laced shoes may feature plat forms, lightly padded collars or a cove red wedge-. l>ul by and large the red. white and blue numbers with four and even five inch Iieels are out. In slip-ons, dress-casuals win fashion points for sucii trim as piping, gores, line stitching and stacked leath er --oles. Moc-casin-t.vpc vamps show up. and there is some use of contract leathers. Smooth waxy. sueded and glovp leathers are the basics, with some [latent and embossed leaih- i;rs second. The (raciitiona,' croud plcaser. ihe niocea.-in. i-shown in -nmnih. wa.\\ and glin'e-soit leailiei's. T',;e ejassic pcfiiiy loafer is .-'.'',;; uvervwht'tv. along with ta- sel mocs. bulli-r soft leather Indian moccasins willi hand lacing and thi-n some oddi ties-moccasins \cith platforms, hardwai'e or kilties. In the dress lines there are slim-lasled leather slip- i ins and oxfords for the .eio uant look. Slip-ons featut"- 1 a lealhor inla\. limps. subdued u braided slrap.- I'M \-in-; mod \ In-aided and tassels. Inimeu^ely po;iul,-ir lllis year is the "athletic" inin- '^oar. In addition to th; 1 so oiilled leather snoaki-i 1 --. thure ai'o hikei's. workshops, rluikkas. deck shoes ami "<';irlli"-ins]!ireil footwear, mnny of tlv-jm with some sort of b'Htiim li'ealmenl tn raise the to(- higher than ihe hoo!. The general boot im-mn- stresses |jull-up types four (o six inchj.s fiu;h in glnve. wasy and split leather^. Al>ti a\ail:ihlo ai'^, 1 dress>- fleini-lii ii iis with <|itiel detai!- iiiK in set off [lohshed leather finishes. And for the very informal ihoix- are ruuuetl leather- sandais crafted mainly in waxy, i;loye. brushed and stained or .miiqncd leathers. The lalesi sandals appear to l>o homclci'iifted. Thoii.u: s a n d a I >. T-strap .-tyle.-, and i'liiL;-based liitffa lo saiuiais l:>ad the list. fl'l Sl'UINt; Whether the ready for spra are. ••') fur, IN DlNNKIt weather is ^ or nol. you .IUIC s]irui-_ r y menus Kor . s^r\e eizgs -i lunc'nmeal ii >• <• a I e T: ; asparagus. MAM, YA.VI.S Serve ijaked ham u-ith yam out inside ol four cooked yams; heal with ounces cream cheese. '> tablespoons btilter. bake 1 ~i mimtles. ANNIVERSARY PLATE Monl 'jr(:y A sjiei'ial slory lime at Million Library, in observance of Hie Week of the Voniii; Oiild, will bt'Kin al 1(1 a.m. Wednesday in tlu 1 children's slory room. Parents uro inviti'ii to lirin^' :', and 4-year-olds. Special yih'sts will be child run from Lubhuek Day Nursery. Featured on ilie pnwuni will \ic ii |ni|j|ict |>resentii- liuii of "'I'he Little Red lien," a l'ilmslri|> called "Anvils and Ihe Ducks," ;i story and musical games. Children will be ;^i\'en a Ijrofhiii'e. "Ui'iiding Begins ;il llonie," for their par eiils. Tile South Plains As.soeia lion for Ihe Kcluuiilion of Yunng Children is promoting the week's observance in l.nhhoek. Clip W Cook < O\<;KALKI> SAL.MO.N I !>•(>/.. can .salmon ". envelopes unllavnrc'il Ki'Iiilin 8-<r/.. container I-OMIMKT- cial s<iur crcino I i-u,|> mayonnaise '! ll)s|>s. Ipinon juice I ths|). finely grilled union, iiulj) and juice I Isp. prepared while horscruilish , Isp. .sail •'i cup pnreil, seeded and grilled (niciliuiu fine) cucumber Cuciimher slices and parsley sprigs D r a i n snhnon. reserving liquid. Remove any skin and laryc bones from salmon; flake. Add enough cold water to the salmon liquid to make '- cup; sprinkle gelatin over mixture and a! lou to stand lor about ~> minutes to soften: dissolve OUT boiling water. Heal sour cream until almost double in volume -- it will thin out during early part <)(' healing hul uiih continued healing it will thicken again a.'id increase in vol ume although it will nol he as thick a.s whipped sueei eroiim. Add dissolved gela 'in to mayonnaise, mixing well; fold in salmon, seasonings, c n i- 11 in I) e i- and whipped sour cream. Turn into a f>-li> K-CUJI mold or into individual molds or custard cups. Chill lo set flavur seems to improve if mousse is made a day or so before serving. At serving lime unmold and garnish with cucumber sliees and ureens tossed with a sharp oii-and-vinegar dressing and crusts- rolls. Makes (i to S ^ervings. (Evunini; Edition) VAGK a-H, LUliliOCK, TE.V\S .MONUAV, A I'Rib Stained Marble Vexes Reader 13KAK POLi.Y - t have a piece of marble that has been painted. I now want to use it as a desk top. How can 1 clean it? Is it possible to have marble polished? - Anne. DEAR ANNE - You have a tricky job ahead. Doubtless Ihe paint has sunk into the marble. All I can suggest is to try a non-oily paint remover. This also will remove any finish that was on the marble. It will then have to he polished. Stains can usually be removed by a gentle rubbing with a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and ammonia, rinse with clean water and dry. Bad stains may require leaving this mixture un over niglu: after being covered with plastic wrap to keep the mixture damp. Perhaps there is a monument company in your cily that will do Ihe marble polishing. It might be well lo consul! them before even trying to remove the paint. • Polly. DEAR POLLY -. My pel peeve is with those people wh;> dial my phone number and then hang up abruptly without saying a word. It seems they could have the courtesy to say. "f am sorry but I musl have the wron" number." Mrs. 1-I.W.M. DEAR MRS. H.W.M. Ii is good for us all to lie reminded of our telephone manners ever so often. - Poll\, DEAR POLLY - Mrs. M.D. can rid her natural bristle hair brush of the bad smell by <';<J<ing it t\:r 1T> lo 20 minutes in a solution of warm water and u commercial enx.yme presoak powder. The same irealment makes a sour sponge smell like new - Mrs. L.N. DEAR POLLY - Mrs. M.D. should make a solution of two tablespoons baking soda and 10 to 12 ounces hot water and soak iur brush for -about If) mintiles. This should re move the unpleasant odor and clean the brush. - Laura. DEAR MRS. M.n. Be sure to stand the rinsed brush propped against something else so the water drains off l«mn« the bristles standing erect. - Polly. YOC,I;RT BANANAS S-ounc.e container unflavored yojjurl Pinch of salt '2 Isp, white 1 pepper I'.u Isp. sugar Large ripe banana Stir together the yogur'.. salt, pepper and sugar: chill, just before serving, peel the batic-na a.nd slice very thin; fold into yogurt mixture. Turn into a small attractive serving howl and serve at. once as a curry accompaniment. 3-W AY MIRROR TEST. DESIGNER MAKES IT EASY. Li'S AiKit-iC-h -• Suac!';iilv y-.'i o>' :'. ,.|H f-ion' 3 <3n9iOs' Tunin^ 1 • : - r, <-. r - < rr*. ni i n n ^•;:.".>;hc!y Bac^ n H , m ns to Nov. 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