Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 19, 1965 · Page 16
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, May 19, 1965
Page 16
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1963. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE l.orna's case is ample proof of the tremendous educational value of the modern newspaper. For when readers obtain the prop e r insight into their domes! i c troubles, they can often remendy the problems and thus avoid divorce, delin- (juicncy, illicit affairs and even school dropouts. So send Jor the booklet below. CASE V-493: Lorna S., is now; 30 years old and a chan g e d woman. "Dr. Crane," her husband be-i Mothers Club Picks Officers MASS — At the last meeting of the Mothers Club for this school year the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President. Mrs. Ronald Miilu;' vice president. Mrs. William L,atvis; secretary. Mrs. Russell Klnnunen: treasurer, M r s . Ray Schaeffer. : Mothers of next year's kinder-' garten children were guests at the meeting. At the business session, with' i Pat Anttila, president, in charge, the pro-school clinic was discussed. It had been suggested by the county nurse that the clinic be dispensed with and pre-school shots could be given at the clinic in Ontonagon, which is held every month in the, courthouse. Everyone was in fa- ( vor of having just, a registration day at the school on May 20. Coffee, milk and cookies will be served to the- mothers and the children. The treasurer's books will be audited before the new scho o 1 year begins by Mrs. Robert Store j and Mrs. Carl Weisinger. The teachers gave their reports. Mrs. Antila, kindergarten instructor, reported that the children were studying f a r m j animals and farm life. A field j trip to Robert Store's farm was planned. She also read a short article about 5-year-olds for the benefit of the mothers of next year's kindergarten c h i 1- dren. Miss Weitman and Mrs. Lukkarila, first grade instruct o r s, reported that their groups are [ finishing their readers, addi n g sums of three numbers, learning about time and the calendar, spelling many new words and learning new spring songs. I An outing is being plan n e d, for this month with Mrs. Carl Weisinger as chairman. This; outing is for the three teachers and all paid up members of the Mothers Club. The meeting adjourned and; lunch was served by Mrs. Bren-! olf Anttila, Mrs. Miilu, Mrs. Lat- vie, Mrs. Jerry Hokkanen and Mrs. Lawrence Kangas. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Denton, Detroit, visited her mother, Mrs. Elsie Alanen, and other relatives here. Mrs. Ida Kemppainen has returned from Detroit where she spent the winter months. Donald Uotila was a medic a 1 patient at Ontonagon Memor i a 1 Hospital for several days recently. Mrs. Uotila entered the hospital as a medical patient April 30. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lukkarila, White Pine, are parents ofj a son, Paul Quentin, born April! 22 at Ontonagon Memorial Hos-l pital. The maternal grandpar-j ents are Mr. and Mrs. James I Pindley, Ontonagon, and the pa-j ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lukkarila. I gan. "I can hardly believe the j wonderful Improvement in Lor; na. "She no longer cares for li-j I quor, though you din't give her • any medicine to make her nau-! ; seated by its taste. ! "So please tell other readers how we prevented what seemed, to be a wrecked marriage." NEWSPAPER CLINICS Every day this column offers 60.000,000 Americans a f r an k "newspaper clinic." Not all of you 60,000,000 find that every case fits your own problem but before the week is over, you generally find several that apply to your family and friends or co-workers. So be greateful that modern journalism has taken the lead in thus PREVENTING delinquency, divorce, immoral i t y and event school dropouts. For the newspaper is the m o s i influential educational agency 1 n America, barring none! Lorna's case is a typical bit of proof. She was a scared wife with an inferiority complex based on her lack of children. Sterile women often beco m e neurotic, as was true of Hannah as well as Rachel in Bible limes, i See I Samuel. Chapter 1, and also Genesis, Chapter 30). Women, as well, as men, are especially vuinerabe in their sex ego. Thus, when a wife has no children, she grows restless. fearful and subconsciously in •* "testing" mocld. Repeatedly I have warned you readers that women are relatively frigid creatures, as measured against the male standard. Buty they are very sensitive to any affront to their sex ego, for woman's chief sex organ is her brain! That's one of the basic sex differences. Take a wife who is sterile and then let her confront her 30th birthday, and you often have the "makings" for trouble. For young women, even who aren't sterile, often panic at the idea they will be 30 years old on their next birthday. For they falsely imagine the Number 30 will put them "on the shelf." Remember, it isn't sexual escapades that women crave but the mere thrill of being sought after! When I checked Lorna more fully, I found no organic evidence to indicate she couldn't become pregnant. So I gave her and her husband a typical premarital or pre-Cana Conference type of interview, showing them all the mod ern facts about pregnancy. And I explained to Lorna, as well as to her husband, how she was resorting to drunken affairs to flatter her wounded female vanity. Then I gave them the booklet offered below and told them to try the simple home methods for increasing the likelihood of pregnancy. Within 2 months, Lorna became pregnant, thus banishing the major fear that had goaded her into drunken sexual episodes. Now she and her husb and have a baby boy. Lorna finds that there Is no longer any special dread in that Number 30. So send for the booklet, "Facts About Pregnancy and Fost e r Children," enclosing a long stamped, return envelope, plus 20 cents. And adopt children if you are organically sterile. Mercer Groups Meet Thursday MERCER —Members of St. I Isaac Jogues Altar Society and' the Men's Club will meet in the! parish hall Thursday, May 20, at 1 7:30 at v/hich time Dr. Fred, Mayer, Twin Lakes, Wis., will show several films in beautiful color. These pictures were tak-j en on hunting and fishing trips i In places as different froi.. each' other as Arkansas and the Arc-j tic regions of Canada. Aft e r i the film program, the Altar So-1 ciety and Men's Club will each hold separate meetings. Awards Day will be held at the Headwaters High School Thursday, May 20, at 9:45 a.m. In the school auditorium. The public is invited to attend. The following children of St. 1 Isaac Jogues Parish received ] First Holy Communion Sund a y, May 16, at the 8 a.m. Mass: Judith Bell, John Donovan, i Linda Huybrecht, Robert Czerniak, Susan Hahn and Jos e p h Kohegyi. The children of the First Communion Class in Investiture With the Scapular cere- 1 mony will be invested with the brown scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on Saturday, May 12, at the beginning of devotionsi In hpnor of the Blessed Moth- tr Virgin Mary. Services will begip at 7:30 p.m. at St. Isaac J 'oguea Church. Families of icse children are encouraged to 5 present. y Raccoons often dunk their , fodtt in water, but they may eat , ! (Always write to Dr. Crane in care of this newspaper, enclosing a long stamped, addressed envelope and 20 cents to cover typing and print i n g costs when you send for one of his booklets.) (Copyright by The Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.) Record of the Past 10 YEARS AGO — Temperatures: High 77, low 53. . . .One of Hurley High School's 13 entries received the highest possible rating in the state music festival held last Saturday at Madi-! son. Janet Saari received ai starred first rating for her 1 violin solo and as a result, was auditioned for a scholarship for the summer music clinic to be held at Madison. . .Wakefield' Cardinals made it a clean sweep \ in Michigan-Wisconsin Conference tennis play when the douta-' les team of George Finco and Bill Harvey copped the title. 1 20 YEARS AGO — Temperatures: High 65, low 40. . .A new! warning by conservation officials j of this area of the great danger i of forest fires was pointed upj Friday afternoon by a! blaze which burned over 200 ! acres of slashings six miles south of Wakefield on the Chan- py Lake road. . . .An attempt to obtain more meat for m e n engaged in mining and lumbering activities and for those doing other manual labor is underway by the Ironwood Chamber of Commerce. , Mrs. John Heino. wife of the Rev. John Heino of Suc.^ury, out., Canada, will be the speaker at the meeting of the Ladies o: Kaleva on Wednesday evening. 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