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January 12, 1989

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January 12, 1989 The Glenville Democrat.Pathfinder 5 eyesight program for dor citizens to be held in Glenville [ I for cataracts will be a free eyesight educa- program for senior citi- be held at the Glenville Ltd. Apartment Corn- Wednesday. January 25 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. screening will be by the West Virginia in conjunction with gy practice of Glen in Weston. This which will include for high blood pressure blood sugar, is avail- all interested senior citi- addition to the screening, attendees will view the film "Preserving Your and hear discussions on care and services ap- January 16: Tav- ham sandwich, vegetable leaf lettuce, mandarin or- crackers and milk. January 17: Italian lasagna, tossed w/dressing, chilled apple- Italian bread w/butter and y, January 18: beans w/ham, creamy , chilled peaches, milk. pmpriate for seniors. A ques- tion and answer period will fol- low. Older Americans suffer more than half of the blinding eye dis- eases that are diagnosed in the U.S. each year. Ophthalmolo- gists, however, estimate that about half of elderly blindness can be prevented by early diag- nosis and treatment. All senior citizens who have not had a re- cent eye examination are urged to attend the free health session. For more information con- ceming the eye screening pro- gram or other services of the West Virginia Eye Institute, in- dividuals may contact Cathy Simpson, Eye Screening Coordi- nator, at 1-800-635-5121. The Senior Pageant is Janu- ary 14, 1989. Anyone wishing to go, will need to be at the Senior Center at 3:15, the van will be leaving at 3:30. In case of snow the van will not be going. The cost is $5.00 for the van. They will be stopping for dinner. January 17 - Conings Satel- lite, 11 a.m. January 17 - Glenville Gar- dens Satellite, 5 p.m. y, January 19: joe on hamburger bun, corn, blushing pear, butter cookies and milk. January 20: Maca- and cheese w/bread crumb stewed tomatoes, vegetables, pineapple up- January 18 - Lockney Satel- lite, 11 a.m. January 19 - Cox's Mills Satellite, 11 a.m. down cake, whole wheat w/butter and milk. January 26 - Senior Center Supper, 6 p.m. Years visitors at the As- week. We missed them at Burton home were Junior church Sunday and we wish Burton. them a speedy recovery. ew Years visitors at my Denzil and Josephine Adams son Rymer Mat- were shopping in Weston Fri- Kelli and David, and da'y." aret and Jay Radcliff, Argil and Michael. Smarr was trans- by ambulance from the of Lanta Radcliff early morning. Burton, Lela Mort- and Fluence Matthews in Glenville Wednesday to a meeting and did some Radcliff and Betty, have both been sick this Margaret Radcliff and Argil and Fluence Matthews were shopping in Weston Friday. They also visited Cynthia Smart who is in the hospital with a stroke. Roger and Helen Jones were visiting their grandmother Cyn- thia Smarr in the hospital Fri- day. We had a nice group at our United Methodist Women's meeting Thursday aftenx n. Continued from Page 1 there is bingo every Monday night at 6:30 p.m. at the Glimer Conty Senior Center in Glenville. All proceeds go towards the Purch