Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 20, 1965 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN MERCER HONOR STUDENTS—Nancy Rae Haese, Presque Isle, Wis., left, is the 1965 valedictorian of Headwaters High School, Mercer, and Carol Jean DeMik, Mercer, is salutatorian. Nancy's extra-curricular activities included chorus, 1 and 4, Library Club. 2-3-4: annual staff 4; newspaper staff, 2-3-4; class play, *: Pep Club, 2-3-4; carnival queen, 4. and Safety Patrol, 4. Her future plans are to attend Oregon University, majoring in medical technology. Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haese. was born in Racine, Wis., and has attended school in Racine, Presque Isle, Marenisco and Mercer. Carol's extra-curricular, activities Included chorus, 1 through 4; Library Club, 2-3-4: cheerleader, 1 through 4; Student Council, 4; class officer 1-2-3; annual staff, 2-4: newspaper staff, 1-2-3-4; class play, 4 Pep Clilb, 1-2-3-4; prom court, 3; Science Club, 4; Art Club, 4 forensics, 3; majorette, 1-2-3. She plans to attend Wisconsin State University, Stevens Point, or the University of Wisconsin, Madison, majoring in computers or education. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DeMik. She moved to Mercer with her parent. 1 :, when she was a year old. Carol attends a dancing school and will appear In a musical, '"The Pied Piper," to be presented at Iron wood. The WORRY CLINIC By DR. GEORGE W. CRANE Alan's case should intrigue you regular readers of this column. Use your psychological detective skill and see if you can deduce why Alan suddenly became a drunkard. Save these daily cases from the realm of psychology, for you may wish to use them later on, and 1 can't mail you duplicates! CASE V-494: Alan G., aged 48 is a successful business leader. "But, Dr. Crane," his pastor informed me, "Alan lost his wife two years ago, due to cancer. "But he seemed to adjust very well to the shock and continued as ah active member of the church. "Then he met an attract i v e widow through the Scientific Marriage Foundation. "She is a beautiful woman, cultured, musically talented and a splendid worker in the church. "She is 38 years of age and shares the same hobbies and interests that Alan enjoys. "Three months ago they became engaged and set their wedding for next month. "But in the past few weeks, Alan has shocked his friends by starting to drink. He has even reached the staggering stage. "What makes his case so puzzling, Dr. Crane, is the fact that he was a teetotaler previous 1 y. And his prospective new wife is crushed by this change in him, for, she never touches alcohol. "Dr. Crane, is Alan worr i e d about his forthcoming marriage?" FIRE ESCAPES Often I have warned you readers that chronic alcoholics employ liquor as a psychologi c a 1 fire escape. For when their inner torment grows too hot, due to bur n i n g shame or guilt or humiliation, they try to rush out of their dilemma via the alcoholic "fire escape." So treating the alcoholic habit is of secondary concern since the basic problem is an inner emotional upset. In Alan's case, what could cause him to be so terrified about marrying a lovely woman, aged 38? It wasn't old bachelor jitters, since Alan had esperienced one happy marriage for 25 years till cancer took his devoted wife. Alan's clergyman asked me to have a brief visit with Alan, hoping that I could uncover the problem. Actually, you regular readers of t h i s column can prob ably diagnose Alan even without such an interview. Alan professed great love for his wife-to-be. But he suffered from a very common worry of widowers who face a second marriage. "Dr. Crane," he finally verbalized his inner terror, "I wonder if I can function as a husband. "For I had been growing pla- tonlc with my first wife, partly due to her affliction with cancer, "And I am 10 years older than 300 Range Folks At Open Mouse WAKEFIELD—Gogebic Hospital entertained 300 range residents Sunday in observance of Michigan Week. An open house "Many a night I have la i n awake for hours fretting and worrying till I am a victim of insomnia. "So I finally resorted to a little whiskey just to drown my worries. Do y6u think maybe some sex hormones would be helpful?" Well, readers, this is another classical case for your scrapbook. Sex hormones are often effective when needed, but Alan's problem is chiefly a sexual inferiority complex, easily ban- jished by an understanding wife. i So send for the booklet "How j to Prevent Platonic Marriages," enclosing a long stamped. return envelope, plus 20 cents. And see tomorrow's follow-up. ranged in the lounge of the hospital displayed 52 pieces of paintings by local artists and guests. Mrs. Edwin A. Johnson was host- tss in the lounge. Visitors were also toured through the new building by the staff. Chris Wirtanen, on the faculty of the % Alpena schools and son of the hospital administrator, T. R. Wirtanen and Mrs. Wirtanen, showed two orlgl n a 1 oils, "Michigan Hunting Camp" and "Dese r t e d House," and t V-er color "Ore Docks." Norman Niemi, on the faculty of the University of Ohio and son of Mrs. Victor Niemi, aide in di- versional therapy on the hospital staff, showed two distinct! v e water colors, "Hotel Design" and "Connor Sawmill." All five works were received enthusiastically by viewers. The staff of Gogebic Hospital includes eight artists, who have painting as a hobby. They are Dr. D. L. Davidson, Alice Ikola, Betty Halme, Laura Olson, Melba Rigoni, Alice Johnson. Elizabeth JCorpi and Burnett Bertie. Two'patient*, Oust Wiemeri and George Matt o n e n, are artists and displayed their work in the exhibit. 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