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Page 6 -- The G|enville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 Dual receivers -- I Plus Tax for a single receiver Free Delivery & Installation Installed for first-time buyers (erograms start at $33.99 per month, which includes over 100channels.) 315 W. Main St. o .~b.. TROY FAMILIES FALL VICTIM TO FLASH FLOODING - Pictured above is the home of ,oney and Susan Helmick, located in the Troy area on Rt. 47, which was quickly undertaken by flash flooding on Mon., Aug. 4 following heavy rains that moved through the Gilmer County area. According to Jason Bailey of the Gilmer County Emergency Services, a call was received at approximately 1:45 p.m. reporting potentially dangerous high water in the Cox's Mills/Troy area. Although the water quickly receded, the flooding left a muddy mess in it's wake and numerous families were seen outside their homes as they began the clean-up process. (Staff Wiant.) CAPJL E. NICHO , M.D. 20-22 East Main Sffeet Glenville, WV Phone 462-8612 Morning hours b.y appointment Monday Through Friday 8 a.m. - Noon Evening and weekend Walk-in hours as follows: Day Date Hours I Day Date Hours Thursday August7 Closed runday t August 10[ Closed Friday August 8 Closed IMonday IAugusllllOlosed Saturday August 9 Closed t ITue"ay I August t2 I 4-9pro JlwednesdayJ August 13 J 4-9 p.m. SUNBRIDGE FACILITY OF THE YEAR - Pictured here are members of the Sunbridge for who recently received the honor of being named Facility of the Year for the W. Va./Ky announcement was made during an annual awards picnic, held at North Bend State Park 'qhis award is the result of each and every staff member's 100% contribution of hard work diligence regarding every aspect of the facility," says Sunbridge Administrator Diana Crk the physical plant, the quality of care and resident outcome. The 80-member staff at patients. Sunbridge for Glenville has served the nursing care needs of the area for 21 years, a corporation based in Albuquerque, N.M. I Illlllll UCTION OF ELMER & MARYBELL SHAVER Thursday, August 14, 2003 at 6 p.m. Stewart's Auction Center, Jane Low, W.Va. Depression Glassware - Carlsbad - Blenko - Crackle - Calyx Ware - Wedgewood tCol nllox~eri - ~ Igilallt -CookieJal- Canistel Set- Small Kitchen Apphance~,- Pot~, & Pans- Dinner Bucket - Oil Call - Vvood Box - Book~, - Sinai[ Hand Toot,,- Ba~kct~, Glassware - Brass - Aladdin Lamp - Quilt - Wood Bowls - Oil Lamps - Lanterns B,nttles - Lmh~ig - Oticntat - Fenton Sihcr- Chai~ v~i Ottoman - Culio ('abinct G=andlather Clock tBald,.,.m) - Rcctlner - Marble q't~p FaNes- Lamp. -Parhu _oveseat - Doughbox Table - Coffee Table - Shadov, Box Pictures & t-tame. - Magazine Stalu.t - Knick Knacks - Cedar Chest- 1 Drawer/DropLe~fTable - Walnut/ Hand Carved Chest - Bed - Wall Mirror - Stands - 2 Drawer/Drop Leaf Table - The Staff and Residents would like to thank everyone who fundraisers for our boat trip. As soon as our lilm is develoF pictures in our article. If you or an organization you belong to would like to come spend time with the residents, plea~ call us and ask for the activity On Saturday Augu.,,t 9. The Blu~rass Express will be here to Fach month we take a trip to the Senior Citzens Center for lunch, residents reatb, enjoy th~s oppormmt,, to "cat out' and often ,.eC neighbors. Many tfiank~, to the Gifmer Count'~ Senior hospitality that we are .extended. COME VISIT " You sa'. that ',DO can't do an~4hing, Can you read) Good. Gatele~ Table - Loveseat - Sitting Chair - Mantle Clock ~ Wampum l China Cabinet are ~'t v,, hat the,,. u~ed [o be. (Cherry' House Youn~Hinkle) - Baker's Table - Dinette Table w/4 Chmrs - Drop Can you v~riie? Good, Write a letter or card for me. M, [(7an you sing? Good Help me with the words and l'll sire Leaf Tables - 2 Pc. Walnut Corner Cabinet - Dry Sink - Bed Co~,ers - Blanket Chest ]Can you tell me about your job? 1 was a nurse once, myse" - Hi~,h Back Bed - Stands - Washstand w/Towel Rack - Marble Top Dresser w/ [Can you listen'? Wonderful, I'm starving for corversation. Mirror - Round Pedestal Table - Wingback Chair - Child Chair - Primiti,,e Cabinet [(?an you make a sponge cake or zucchini bread or angel bi ]aren't on the nursing home menu, but I remember how good the, - China Hutch w/Drawers - Wicker Chairs & Table - Shaker Box - Walnut Dresser [to taste them again. " " w/Pulls - Secletary Desk - Cylinder Top Desk - Roll Top Inlaid Desk, (Items in this I Do you play checkers or dominoes or rummy'? Fine. so do I. But sale will be ol high quality. Most of this furniture was manufactured in the an,~one who has the time. They are understaffed around here c , kr~ Pennsyt',c}nia & Western Maryland area.) "SEE YOLa AT THE AUCTION'." Do you play the violin or the tlute or the piano? My hearing s x~o~ any kind of music. E',en if l fall asleep, you'll know lenjoved it. ,. Stewart's Auction Company Once we were somebodies, just like you We were lartners, and2 71 Auction Drive Jane Lew, W.Va. 26378 teachers, nurses, beauticians, stockbrokers, electricians, bankers, a~," maybe a few outlaws, too. .. "BIG (or) small, WE SERVE ALL!" \~ e re not all semle-just old and needing more attennon than our l;q Ph. 304-884-7595 us. This home, whatever it's name, is "HOME" and )'our an invite0 Auctioneers/Consultants: Bob Stewart Jr.--WV-825 Please come, the welcome mat iS airways out, Po.,itive ID Required- Not Responsible for Accidents - SunBridge Care and Cash or "Good" Check - Announcements da5 of sale override printed material & home ct,okin' Rehabilitation for Glen~ Stroke Survivors Can Reduce Risk of a Future Stroke or Heart Attack (NAPSA)-While the word stroke cur in pe.ople over age 65, and lems that may result in the need for by working with their doctor to propriate medications as prescribed orig, inates from a Lati, n term mean- stroke risk doubles with each de- long-m,n-a care. developan individualized plan that by your doctor. [ ing 'to touch lightly, strokesurvi- cade over age 55. What s more, those who survive may include lifestyle changes and In some patients, lifestyle vors and theirloved ones know the A stroke, which is sometimes an initial stroke are at significant medications, changes alone may not be enough substantialimpactastrokecanhave referred to as a 'brain attack,' re- on the lives it touches. Despite the suits from a sudden interruption of potentially devastating life-long blood flow-often caused by consequences of stroke, it is often clots-toany part ofthebrain, which overlookedasaserioushealththreat in turn injures or kills brain tissue. and a leading cause of disability. Each year, an estimated 700,000 Americans will have a stroke. An- nually, strokes kill 168,000 people, making it the third leading cause of death. While stroke can strike at any age, two-thirds of strokes oc- This damage impairs normal func- tion in the parts of the body con- trolled by the affected brain area. Stroke can lead to severe impair- ments, including debilitation from Tla.e good news is that toda.y stroke paralysis, short-term memory loss survwors can protect against an- and even speech and vision prob- other stroke or a future heart attack risk for suffering a recurrent stroke "Those who have had a stroketo reduce the risk of a recurrent or heart attack. In fact, research has can lower their risk for h second stroke or a heart attack. There are shown that men have a 42 percent stroke or a heart attack," said Mark effective treatments like Plavix(r) chance of suffering another stroke Alberts, MD, Professor of Neurol- (clopidogrel bisulfate), a prescrip- within fiveyears of the first event, ogy, Northwestern Universitytion antiplatelet medication that is while women have a 24 percent Medical School, Chicago, Illinois. proven to help keep platelets in the chance during that same period of "The three main things that can be blood from sticking together and time. Almost one-third of all strokes done are identify and treat risk fac- forming clots. This helpskeepl:flood that occur each year are recurrent, tors like diabetes and high blood flowing, thereby reducing the risk pressure; change lifestyle habits of potentially life-threatening such as stop smoking, startexercis- events such as stroke or heart at- and eat healthier; and take tack. :Ill : II O FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT THESE PROFESSIONALS AND FIND OUT HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD HEALTH. ORTHODONTISTS Dr. Michael Bunner 17 Garton Plaza Weston 269-7985 PHYSICAL THERAPY Glenville Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy GSC Physical Education Bldg. Glenville 462-8933 HOSPITALS Stonewall Jackson Memorial H0spi l 230 Hospital Plaza Weston 269-8000 230 Hospital Plaza Weston 269-8000 GILME~ A Dms~o-d o7 MINNIE HAMILTON HEALTH CARE CENTER 809 Mineral RoadoGienville, WV26351 (304) 462-7322 20 E. Main St..GlenvRle - 462-8612 Check out our ad in the paper for this week's office hours. SAR! GLENVILLE MEDICAL 809 Mineral RoadoGlenville, WVo26351 (304) 462-5708 EAR, NOSE & THROAT E.N. 7:. Associates 125 N. 6th St. Clarksburg 623-6533 FAMILY Dr. Carl Main Glenville Dr. College Glenville UROl 1I Bridgeport