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BOSLEY YOU KNOW, FOLKS, it is con ceded to be the wife's inalienable right to pick out her husband's ties, but should she be allowed to pick out his tractors? Not long ago a survey was made among farm families in the middle west to find out who decides when a family buys an expensive piece of machinery like a tractor. About three-fourths of the families said that both the husband and the wife played a part in deciding how much money would be spent. Thirty-two percent of the men even said that their wives not only help decide how much money they would spend but what kind of machine they would buy. And here an interesting point came to light. While 32 percent of the men said their wives had that much say so in such matters, only 28.percent of the wives laid claim to such influence. Thus it was ap parent that more husbands were wise to their wives' subtle manipula tions than the wives realized. They Talk It Over You can imagine how the discus sion over which kind of tractor to buy would go. Would it be like this? The husband might say. "I just can't make up my mind whether to buy that red ABC tractor or the green XYZ one. The green one has a little more power on the drawbar, so maybe that's the one we ought to get." And the wife might say, "But, darling, isn't it true that the red ABC is more maneuverable, has a larger piston .displacement and long er stroke and develops more power at lower engine speeds and will be more economical to run?" Or will it be like this? The hus band will say. "I just can't make up my mind whether to buy that red ABC tractor or the green XYZ one. The green one has more power on the drawbar so maybe that's the one we'd better get. And the wife might say, "You do what ever you think best, dear. You know so much more about such things than L !• do think the red one looks so nice, and Mrs. Jones the wife of the man that sells them is in my bridge club and they're such nice people. But you do as you think best, dear. I wouldn't want to influence you." Well, whichever way the discus sion went it would probably be pure I ly accidental that if you went by the place a week later you'd see the husband plowing their field with I a red ABC tractor. Strong-Minded Men But the striking thing revealed by this survey is the difference that I age made in the matter. One-fourth of all the men said that their wives had nothing to say about machinery purchases. But most of these strong minded men were older. One in every three of the men over 50 said they never consulted their wives while only one in five of the men under 50 claimed any such inde pendence. Now, there was a time, of course, when the place of the woman was 1 (Continued on Next Page, Column 3) I WJIIW. 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