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1 i I i f 1 1 I P ! Page 6 --- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 Dual receivers -- Plus Tax for a single receiver Free Delivery Installation Installed for first-time buyers (Programs start at $33.99 per month, which includes over 100channels.) 315 W. Main St. - + CARL E, NICHO , M.D. 20-22 East Main Street Glenville, WV Phone 462-8612 i hours b.y appointment Monday Through Fnday 8 a.rn. - Noon Evening and weekend Walk-in hours as follows: Day Date Hours Day Date Hours ..... i i Thursday August 7 Closed iSunday August 10 Closed Friday August 8 Closed Monday August 1 1 Closed Saturday August 9 Closed Tuesday August 12 4-9 p.m. August 13 4-9 p,m Wednesday + ur i ~GiVl]lI IL ! Iti :] -: i ii ~--:- -- ii ~ i !! lit IV~ i ~+1 l ESTATE AUCTION 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 IComlhw~eri - Vigilant+ Cookie Jar- Canistel Set - SmaU Km.hcn Apphance,, - P,~t~ & Pare,- Dinner Bucket - Oil Can- ~,ood Box - Book>,- Small Hand 'l+ooF,- Bu~,kct~, Glassware - Brass - Aladdin Lamp - Quilt - Wood Bowls - Oil Lamps - Lanterns Bt+ttles + Lud,,~,ig - Oriental - Fenton - Sil',cr - Chair v,/Ottonlall - Cutl~+ Cabinet G~andfatl-~er Clock tBaldwm+ - Recimer Ma+ble Top Tablc~, + Lamp, + Parlor ,oveseat - Doughbox Table - Coffee Table - Shadow Box Piclures & Frame.., - M agazine Sta~d - Knick Knacks t: Cedar ,~est - I Drawer/Drop Leaf Table - Walnut] Hand Carwd Chest - Bed - Wall Mirror - Stands - 2 Drawer/Drop Leaf Table - Gatcleg Table - Loveseat - Sitting Chair - Mantle Clock ( Wampum ! China Cabinet ',Cherry House Young/Hinkle) - Baker+s Table - Dinette Table v,/4 Chmrs - Drop LeafT~thles - 2 Pc. Walnut Corner Cabinet - Dry Sink + Bed Covers - Blanket Chest - High Back Bed - Stands - Washstand w/Towel Rack - Marble Top Dresser v,/ Mirror - Round Pedestal "Fable - Wingback Chair - Child Chair - Primitp.e Cabinet - China Hutch w/Drawers - Wicker Chairs & Table - Shaker Box - Walnut Dresser w/Pulls - Secretary Desk - Cylinder Top Desk - Roll Top Inlaid Desk. (Items in this sale ,.viii be of high quality. Most of this furniture was manufactured in the Pennsylvania & Western Maryland area.) "SEE YOU AT THE AUCTION" Stewart's Auction Company 71 Auc!ion Drive Jane Low, %.Va. 26378 "BIG (or) small, WE SERVE ALL!" Ph. 304-884-7595 Auctioneers/Consultants: Bob Stewart Jr.--WV-825 Bob Stewart 111--WV-1292 Po.,,itive ID Required - Not Responsible for Accidents - Cash or "Good" Check - Announcements da.,, of ~ale override printed material & home cookin' ' --'l~e Staff and Residents would like to thank everyone who. Iundraisers for our boat trip. As soon as our film is developed, .~icmres in our article, If you or an organization you belong to would like to come spend time with the residents, please call us and ask for the activil On Saturday August 9, The Bluegrass Express ,sill be here to Each month we take a trip to the Senior Citzens Center for residents reali) enjoy th+,,, opportunity to "cat out' ,rod often neighbors. Many thafiks to the Gil'mer County Senior hospitality that we are extended. COME VISIT " "r'ou sa', ti~at you can't do any, thing Can ,,ou read'? Good are ++t ,ahat the',. u>ed to be. ~'~,~ Can you v, riie? Good. Write a letter or card for me. Ely' hands ~n,,, ,..- Can you sing? Good. Help me with the words and I'I! sing alo@[~,re Can you te I me abc, ut youriob? I was a nurse once myself. Jk~..": Ant " " " 9 - - ' + " " (an you hs'ten+ Wonderlul, l'm starving for conversation. the'. Can you make a sponge cake or zucchini bread or angel biscri~l~le,,.,.+,~ aren+t on the nursing home menu, but I remember how good they were~ ~'-.o)a to taste them again. L'} urln l)o you pla~,;'checkers or dominoes or rummy? Fine, so do I. ~' Braur lan)one who ha.,, the time. They are unders[atte'd around here you ~x,-, T I Do you play the violin or the flute or the piano.) My hearln~is p0eL~""' " tan}: kind of +rim, it, E~,en if I fall asleep, yo[Yil know lenjoye~ it+ [ Once we were somebodies, just like you We were farmers, ar~J ~+~ [teachers, nurses, beauticians, stockbrokers, electricians, bankers, Imavbe a few outlaws, too. ri ] We're not all senile - just old and needing more attention than ou lus. This home, whatever it's name, is "HOME" and )our an l Please come, the welcome mat is always out. SunBridge Care Rehabilitation for Stroke Survivors Can Reduce Risk of a FutUre Stroke or Heart (NAPSA)-While the word stroke cur in people over age 65, and originates from a Latin term mean- stroke risk doubles with each de- mg "to touch lightly," stroke survi- cade over age 55. vors and their loved ones know the substantial impact a stroke can have on the lives it touches. Despite the potentially devastating life-long consequences of stroke, it is often overlooked as a serious health threat 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- A stroke, which is sometimes referred to as a 'brain attack,' re- sults from a sudden interruption of blood flow-often caused by clots-to any part of the brain, which in turn injures or kills brain tissue. 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 paralysis, short-term memory loss and even speech and vision prob- lems that may result in the need for long-term care. What's more, those who survive an initial stroke are at significant risk for suffering a recurrent stroke or heart attack. In fact, research has shown that men have a 42 percent chance of suffering another stroke within five years of the first event, while women have a 24 percent chance during that same period of time. Almost one-third of all strokes that occur each year are recurrent. Tla.e good news is that today stroke survivors can protect against an- other stroke or a future heart attack by working with their doctor to develop an individualized plan that may include lifestyle changes and medications. "Those who have had a stroke can lower their risk for a second stroke or a heart attack," said Mark Alberts, MD, Professor of Neurol- ogy, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illinois. "The three main things that can be done are identify and treat risk fac- tors Eke diabetes and high blood pressure; change lifestyle habits such as stop smoking, start exercis- in and eat and take Attack propriate medications as prescribed by your doctor." In some patients, lifestyle changes alone may not be enough to reduce the risk of a recurrent stroke or a heart attack. There are effective treatments like Plavix(r) (clopidogrel bisulfate), a prescrip- tion antiplatelet medication that is proven to help keep platelets in the blood from sticking togetller and forming clots. This helps keep blood flowing, thereby reducing the risk of potentially life-threatening events such as stroke or heart at- tack. JJJ;: J J a ,ou ng Ii CONTACT THESE PROFESSIONALS AND FINDOUT HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD HEAl ORTHODONTISTS Dr. Michael Bunner 17 Garton Plaza Weston 269-7985 PHYSICAL THERAPY Gienville Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy GSC Physical Education Bldg. Glenville 462-8933 HOSPITALS Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital 230 Hospital Plaza Weston 269-8000 230 Hospital Plaza Weston 269-8000 GILM R P IMARY._CABE A DIviSION OF MINNIE HAMILTON HEALTH CARE CENTER 809 Mineral RoadoGlenville, WV26351 (304) 462-7322 20 E. Main St. Glenville - 462-8612 Check out our ad in the paper for this week's office hours. i i i DR. HUSARI GLENVILLE MEDICAL 809 Mineral RoadGlenville, WV26351 (304) 462-5708 EAR, NOSE & THROAT E.N. I:. Associates 125 N. 6th St. Clarksburg 623-6533 FAMILY Dr. Carl Main Glenville /" UROI / 11 Bridgeport"