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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE UTMRP.IOr.E HtKAin Snlmdn 11, family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON call rub Die Wooni off for yroc' 1 even Ihn poachiesL iNiirriaRc. ll's mil so imirli Hie money you spend, it's Ilic Him tiocs with it. .Men. bless 'em. labor 1111- clpr IhiT pmiliiir misconception thai it's only mirni'i) linl il um u'anl to hear an i-xpcrl al Mine in on practically any couple their v.-eokly llimj< at Hie local supermarket, and you'll soon find mil what's what. in a no woman with a husband should be found dead willmul him at Ilic supermarket. And if she's done her homework prop- erly, bhe'll drat; ulmif! a couple of the kicls as well Hie younger the better, as as they're mobile and mischievous. first uluiitc thal's hairy. Hill a moment 3 lliminhl. and you'll realize the advantages tar out- weigh the other tilings. Kirsl oli. he yets lo see "lull a perfectly v.ondcr- Ful woman he married, as he wait-lies her cope wilh the chore nhile liis offspring arc ilrapiny Ihemsches around lier knees. liven more important, he lo see that -T pack- el of animal crackers, a comic or and a bollle of pop thill appear in the basket al the checkout slami. plus Hie can of shrimp he non- chalantly lills off the shell', can account for IluH extra leu dollars on the food bill. Of course, it's wise lo ihrow in a little brain- v.-ashinn from lime lo time. loo. Passing Hie meal counter, yon can '1 see your steal; has up live cents deal'." and uitli a Misliul little smile you will look bravely up nl him and add "never mind. I'll oat liaml'iirm-r [bis week, same as the children. Thai will keep your budget in shape lor you." ill's his budget when (here's something wrong with it- ours, when it's sunny side uni. It's dirtv bul effective. And when you're Cel- ling desperate, anything goes. or. if you feel you're losing ihe bailie lo umr satulv on grocery day jl be a blessed relief, it you have started halu- cinaling. and see yourself Rrabbini; hold ot that little man who tells those cosl-of-living fairy lales and smolhering him in toilet rolls, sugar and peanut butler here's somcihing I discovered by acci- dent. I was in [hiil condition recently, and using some pretty tricky footwork. I developed assorted minor illnesses three Saturdays in a row. Three limes my other half sallied forth alone to tangle with the little shopping cart. For three glorious weeks we lived like filets, standing rib, lobster, fresh pineapple. First class, all the way. Then he made a falal mistake. and forgot to throw away the sales slip, which I si- lently taped lo the wall at eye level, just above the TV set The next Saturday, jusl as we reached pickles and sauces, he casually told me thai due to his careful budget balancing, we could now afford a hefty increase in our grocery allowance. And 1 hadn't even asked' Alter all. what's a little nagging'.' woman with pacemaker canvasses for heart iund lly .11 Writer What can you do willi a 'si- lent comp.'uiion" but love il as uu: would Ihe heart il and the life il hns saved niori- than lie Iliank- ful and .spread Ihc word of the work henrl surgery and hear! research can do for you. Mrs. Marion Davie is pici'.d oi it, lively and happy. ;ico. s'ne expe- rienced a blackout caused by hlnckESc of an artery in lier liearl. She s p c t seven mtmllis in hospital, usirg for die condition, when all else [ailed, Davic was sent to Edmonton for open lisarl Hir- Eory and Ih? ins'.allalinn of a retaincly new device, Ihe pace- nvilicv. "I; thine: at the sa'd Mrs. Davie. ''and 1 lef; the lodge, they didn't think I'd ever come bark. "I sure i'nolcd Iheni. I walk- i-il hack in and have en- joyi'd pood health ever since." -Mrs. Davie, she was never one to look on Ihe dark side of Ihings. hns not allowed in Ihe doctors and God." her illness lo interfere with ac i Tne operation wh'.ch Mrs. tivilies she has taken pleasure consisLs of JUlf! havin" a pacemaker placed he- ''and Ret some exerciFc." She also knils. rends and likes to mix with people lo "slay bngM." i Mi's. Davie., a dancing enlliu- siasi up to the time of her op- j erntion, ?avs that is the only pan of prc-opLM-at.'em life File m.sses. "Oilier than climbing slairs. 1 h r re is nothing I can't do as well as I did before.'1 she said Mrs, Dane, has Ijeen a res- I ideri! of Green Acres Lodge for Ihe past II years, and nr. active i vplllnlrcr hrarl fund canvasser i for Ihe las; five mthin the lodge. d.ictoi-s and Hie Heart Foundation -working lo help she said, "and we can't do enough to help Iliem. "They need money to con-. iinuc -with research, and that's the only way they can learn about heart disease." .Mrs. Davie added. "We must: all co-operate and ]Jilt our faith i wires running to Ihc heart, and a pulse rale set which keeps the heart stimulated and functioning at tile proper level. Mrs. Davie explained, "My pacemaker is about the size of gentleman's pocket watch and is encased, it rnn.s on batteries which must he replaced ps riodically, and the pacemaker is changed every so often loo." She wen on to say her pace- maker is set to keep her pulse rate at Git teals per minute and the checks on the rale twice a day by "taking my pulse lo make sure the battery is not running low or the voltage is too high." Since her oncralion. Mrs. Da- vie has had the pacemaker changed twice, and is now us- ing her (bird. "People arc nervous about if (the operation) hut Ihere is no need lo be. should always look on the bright side the day of miracles isn't over. My j silent companion is my proof." i Residential canvassing for Ihe bear! fund will be held on Heart Monday. SHE'S A SWEETHEART Rosslyn Coupland is crowned Sweetheart Queen of Win- si on Churchill High School by Debbie Logan, ihe former reigning monarch. Rosslyn is a Grade 12 sludent, involved in lots of activilies. She was presented wilh an engrav- ed silver lockpl and a bouquel of roses. A Calendar Of Local happenings ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 Slh Avenue Soulh PANCAKE SUPPER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15th p.m. ADULTS 75c CHILDREN 50c Everyone Welcome! Milk River Belles 'n Beaux square (lance learners' group will dance Tuesday al 8 p.m. in the Erie Rivers School, Women are as-ked lo please bring a box lunch, Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet c-n Monday at 8 p.m. in Oddfellows Hall. Visiting welcome The re'-'nlar montlity ui'jetinn Cliapler Tops Club meets i of Hie Women's Auxiliary to al p.m. even" Monday in lha Lelhbrlritre Municipal IIos- SI. Anglican Church pilal. will held in the nurses -Jlh Ave. and lllli Si. S. New' lounge on Wednesday al 2 p.m. ir.'jmbrr.s and oilier interested New .members welcome. A parties welcome. For further in- good attendance is requeued. formation phone 321I-39GI or 323-. The regular meeting of the Lelhbridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children be held on Tuesday at p.m. at t.hc home of Mrs. M. J. Lloyd, 1022 29 St. A S. The square and round dancers will spon- sor a SAUTDA A'alcniinc will he held in St. Augustine's Parish Hall on Monday 'at p m. All square come. Liiiic-h will Ire served. Annual meeting of the Annr Cjnipliell Pai-euls As- social inn will lio held on Mon- day at n p.m. at the Bowman Arl I F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6lh Ave. A ond 1311] Si. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. S Cnrdi for 1.00 or 25 C Each Twelve 7 Number JACKPOT Free Games and Cards DOOR PRIZE Gold cardi pay double money Children under 16 not allowed Southminster J u n i o r Girls Choir and Mini Singers, undo: tlie direction of Anne Campbell, will sing at Blunt's Nursing Home and the Pioneer Lodge, Fort Supper will be served to the girls by tlie Centennial Choir at the Uni- ted Church, where they will present a concert. The yirls are to meet at Soulhmin.stcr hall at p.m. Bus transportation will be provided. Chaperone? are Mrs, Olivp DawKon and Mrs. GoMie Marlin. squnrc dance learners' group will