Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 29, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 29, 1965
Page 11
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v/ccr. P.^HY ci.crr. Tr/ ELEVEN Gilbert's 'What Young People Think' Jokes Range From Elephants To Vampires, Survey Reveals By EUGENE GILBERT How do you stop a child from dribbling? You take away his basketball. How do you drive a baby buggy? You tickle its toes. Why do elephants have wrinkly ankles? From wearing their ten n i e shoes too tight. Jokes such as these are mak- Sidnaw Personals Mrs. Gladys Findley, son, Charles, and daughter, Mrs. son and daughter in law, Mr. ing the rounds these days among teen-agers. They may be funny or they may be silly, depending on your viewpoint, but they aren't too different from the knock-knock and shaggy dog Jokes of other eras. The three question and answer stories popped up when we asked hundreds of teen-ag« r s about the kind of jokes that have been popular in their sets. That elephant story was not a rarity. | The girls and boys surveyed! made it plain that elep h a n t jokes are still leading the popularity parade. Other types of jokes men- Beatrice Wakeford", visited her tioned bore such terms as sick, vegetable, political, vam p i r e, and Mrs. Robert Findlev, and telephone, fabulous and pickles, family in Bruce Crossing re-jOr, as 17-year-old Barry Rlg- cently. Mrs. William Lintz, daughter, Beverly, and Mrs. Stella Deanc have" returned to Rochester. They were accompanied home by Candy Crawford. Mrs. Gladys Findley and daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Beck, were recent Baraga callers. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson and family. Trout Creek, recently visited here with her par- gins, of Halethrop, Md., explained: "All sorts and varieties, some clean and funny, some sexy and ridiculous." A penetrating obser v a 11 o n about sex jokes came from Stephen Patrick Barnlcle, 17, of Worcester, Mass. He said, "The thing that strikes me Is that the ones who tell the sexiest jokes usually are the ones who have never gone out with girls in their lives." ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Da-! In reply to a question about vis. what dress fads are popular this Mr. and Mrs. William Rolloff and family, Sheboygan, W i s . , •re visiting his parents, M r. and Mrs. Thoedore Rolloff, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelley left recently for Ann Arbor for a week. year, we got some expected answers, some unexpected one; and some we couldn't understand. What, for instance, Is a "laced-up capezio?" The girls, said 18-year- o 1 d Sharla Bailey, of Oklah o m a Mr. and Mrs. Emil Golden, City, are wearing "Madras Chassell, visited at the Perry Thompson home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ball, Ishpemlng, visited her mother, Mrs. Beulah Grooms. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson and family visited her parents, the William Christens, In Trout Creek for a weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hardes and Mrs. Perry Thompson were recent Chassell callers. Clifford Beauprey visited Mrs. Beauprey, who is a patient at the Baraga County Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Evelyn Longrle and son, WHIard, were recent L'Anse callers. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O r e e n returned home recently to Berrien Springs after spending some time here at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bloomhuff and son, Randy left recently Tor Battle Creek to visit his parents for several days. Mrs. Clifford Williams has returned from L'Anse, where she was a patient at Baraga county Memorial Hospital. Elderly Woman Killed ROMULUS <AP)—Mrs. Lydia Tamas, 72, of Belleville was killed Wednesday In a two-car smashup at a Romulus Town- ihlp intersection. prints, ski jackets, weegl a n s, wheats, blazers and exclusive sweaters." Or they're wearing, according to Jacqueline DePasquale, 15, or Steger, 111., "A-line dresses, jumpers, ruffled blouses, shoes with straps, patte r n e d stockings and long stra i g h t hair." And If you'd like another opinion, here is what's popular among the teen-agers in St, Petersburg, Fla., home of 15-year- old Michelle Mizzoni: "Bows in the hair, knee socks, class pins and pierced ears." Most of the girls told about the dress habits of their own sex. Oddly enough, many of the boys —asked exactly the same question—explained what both they and the girls were wearing. For example, 14-year-old Regus Filben, of Dover, N. J., replied: "Stockings with designs on them and turtleneck shirts." Presumably (we're not sure), the stockings were for to girls, the shirts for boys. Chuck Williams, 14 of Pomona, Calif., said the boys are wearing "light pants, suede sh o e s and long hair." Listed by Greg Dentuer, 15, of Columbus, Ohio, were "jeans, white levls, madras shirts, tear-drop shoes." And among the Items mentioned by Terry Gould, 16, of Portland, Ore., were "rapier slacks, converse tennis shoes, cords." Royal Bakery "We're Famoui for Our European Pastries" ORANGE JULEP CAKE 59 79 & 99 CINNAMON CLUSTERS... <ach 45° IRISH BREAD.. WNIAMll CRISPS.. BIG- AS ALL UTDOQ FOOD STORES FRESH BEEF LIVER..."..49 REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE 1C HUNT'S WHOLE APRICOTS SAUERKRAUT „,,„,. 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