Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 9
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY; MAY 19, 1965. IRONWOOO OAflV GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN Ann Landers . . . .Answers Your Problems, Dear Ann Landers: Of all the silly squabbles in your column the one about the wife who undresses in the closet takes the cake. So far as I could tell the woman didn't say she slept in the closet, did she? All she did was undress there, it was unfair of you to suggest that she was off her rocker. Do you feel, Ann Landers, that it is a wife's duty to put on a nightly strip tease for her h u s- band? Do' you honestly believe a . man would not think about sex " unless he was treated to some visual stimulation? This is ridiculous. Any male -who is THAT .dead sexually would not bat an eye at the sight of a woman disrobing. A man who is Interested In romance will let a woman know. If he is tired and not interested he deserves to be left alone. To deliberately arouse a husband who has fallen into bed exhausted after a hard day's work is inconsiderate and it could cause, him to feel inadequate. Speaking for myself, I wouldn't dream of undressing In the closet. I go into the bathroom.—FROM GEORGIA Dear Goergia: If you haven't tried it, Honey, don't knock it. •b -tr -fr Dear Ann Landers: I'm a girl Who probably should have been a boy. I am large and muscular, but not fat. The problem is that I am much better at sports than any of the fellows I go with and it is embarrassing. I think it is also hurting me socially. I can cream any fellow I know on the tennis court. I love to play tennis but not too many fellows will play against me. I started to play golf with my dad when I was seven. I won a local tournament last year and the person I beat used to be a special boy friend. He doesn't call me any more. I once believed that excelling in sports would make me more popular but it is doing just the opposite. The unco-ordina ted girls who don't know a putter from a mashie do just fine sitting on the sidelines. Do you have any advice for me?—A WINNER WHO MAY BE LOSING Speed Riggs, famous tobacco auctioneer recommends HEW UlCKYSJRIKf FlUfRS They put back the taste others take away Dear Losing Winner: No fellow likes to have his brains beaten out—especially by a girl. Maybe it's not your abil i t y aut your attitude that sours the boys. It's easy to be a gracious j loser but it's hard to be a gracious winner. Could this be your 1 problem? a a * Dear Ann Landers: I have never been sure of myself social 1 y, and my husband is even more insecure, so please tell me if you think we are too sensitive. We visited in the home of new friends recently and spent a pleasant few hours. When we said goodnight the host slammed the door behind us so fast it. actually jarred my hat. My husband and I both got the impression they couldn't wait to get rid of us. j When our guests leave we al-1 ways walk them to their car, or if the weather is bad we stand in the doorway until they drive off. Are we overly hospit-| able or are our friends less than: hospitable?—NEED TO KNOW; Dear Need to Know: It is unspeakably rude to slame the door on departing guests. The system of walking guests to their car suggests that their company is desired up to the very last moment. Try shortening your next visit by an hour and see if you get a warmer farewell. a a a Arm Landers will be glad to help you with your probl ems. Send thern to her in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1965, Field Enterprises. Inc. Albert Policy, 75, Marks Anniversary MARENISCO — Albert Polley of Tigerton, Wis., visited here with his daughters and families. While here. Mr. Polley celebrated his 75th birthday anniversary Friday, May 7 with a party at the home of his son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ryskey. Attending the party were his sons in law and daughters, Mr. | and Mrs. Ernest Matazel of Bes- i semer, and M^. and Mrs. Arm-j and Powell of Marenisco; his! grandchildren, Mr. and M r s . j I Arnold Ryskey, Donna Pow e 11, • Gail, Gary, Gloria and Gwenn! Ryskey, Gerry, Eva, Linda, Ronald and Billy Powell, all of Marenisco; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ikola of Wakefield, Mr. and Mrs. Roland i Antoine of Ramsay, and Linda Matazel of Bessemer. Also attending were 18 great grandchildren. Lunch was served and Mr. Polley received many lovely gifts and a purse of money. The Presbyterian Ladies A i d held its meeting May 11, at the church. The meeting was opened by Mrs. John MacLeod. Three guests attending the meet t n g were, Mrs. Martha Carey of Wausau, Wis., Mrs Eugene God- leskl of Milwaukee, and M r t. Ted Bonafis. The hostesses wert Mrs. Orln Jeske and Mrs. Ptl Krall. The Presbyterian Youth Group held a hot lunch on May 12 at the town hall. The group wai supervised by the Ladies Aid. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Godleski and son, Scott, Milwaukee, spent several days at t h 4 home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John MacCleod. Use water, not milk, when making up condensed cream of tomato soup; add some cooked green noodles and cooked mixed vegetables. This makes a hearty soup for a noontime meal, but you'll probably need to serve a robust dessert. Ironwood BONUS DAYS THURSDAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY Register for FREE $10 GIFT CERTIFICATE each day during this event! THVRS. - FKt.- SAT! ESCE'G TH/ttf DAYS I \ The treat's on us! Help yourself to these Celebration Specials! with Insta Electric FIRE LITER &±L* 124 iich DE LUXE BRAZIER GRILL t 21.74 , Interchangeable grid and inner fire bowl Black'-with nickle-clad oven door, heat indicator. Redwood shelf. 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