Those impressions would have gone right over my independent bachlorette head at the time (I married later--"out of the Truth").
My take on the first article, with either illustration, would have been that both married sexes were to please each other and the implication in the first illustration I would have missed. I am amazed that an illustration as provacative as the first would have been deemed suitable to the subject in a religious magazine--even now.
I see the clear implication now in the second one (Women Were Made to Please), but a naive mind like I had then would have wondered if the phrase meant women were made to [be] please[d]--same with children. :-)))
The Watchtower has mastered the art of vaguness so they can always claim it meant something else.
But if you want to know something that actually blew my mind about the Watchtower teaching regarding the status of women, it was in the 1966 book "Life Everlasting in Freedom of the Sons of God" (the book that started the 1975 furvor), on pages 45-48, pp 22-25. While everyone else was focused on the 6000-year creative day due to end in 1975, it was that discussion that captured my attention. I thought someone had slipped that craziness by the GB while they must have been too busy to really grasp what was said (I didn't know Fred Franz had written it of course). I didn't discuss it with anyone, I just waited to see if the JWs would accept this as I understood it to be saying--they did! It was another validation added to my suspician that JWs went on blind faith. I was still trying to "wait on Jehovah."