|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Sunday Herald|
t SUNDAY HERALD 10 ' s. P easa nit G rove N btes I .; Thursday night at a business-dinnmeeting to hear a talk on safety in driving and to discuss the free Glaucoma clinic which will be 'sponsored' by the organization Oct. 5. Conducting the meeting was J. D. Pyne, presi' dent. Speaker for the evening was former Provo chief of police Bill Farley who spoke on the three E's in driving which he said are "education, engineering and enforcement." Mr. Farley stated that "cars are safer todajr than ever before and the majority of accidents are caused by ' carelessness and not from mechanical defects. .People should take an inventory of their own driving from day to day," Mr. Farley v said. It was agreed that all Lions and the Lady Lions would assist in the Glaucoma , clinic at the Lincoln Junior. High School Cafeteria between 7 and 9:30 p.m. Oct. 5. All adults over 35 years of age are urged to take advantage of the clinic. Chairman of the sight, conservation . committee is Glenn Robertson assisted by Bob Luck and Thomas V. Clark. Birthday With Annual Community Fair Exhibits PLEASANT GROVE ous exhibitors displayed prize-winni- j I- " - , cal Future Farmers of America ng handicraft, flowers fruits and vegetables and animals to, make Friday's Community Fair ancL. birthday celebration Friday one of the most successful0 in recent' years. L:A display of mixed rosebuds brought. Jess.lt. Walker "queen of the show ' flower show honors, one of the top events in Pleasant Grove's 111th birthday celebra' tion. The event is annually sponsored by the Pleasant Grove Lions. According to Maron O. Oveson, lions president, exhibits, were Some of the best the two has had. Numerous b 1 ue ribbon awards were made to displays in the flower show, hobby, fruit and vegetable and needlework divisions. An exhibit planned by the lo showed various farm the youths had built including an automatic had exhibits in . equipment themselves, pig feeder. the animal " v Local artists showed their work at the fine arts exhibit. Vi.ss.v.V . : . :- - 1 t During the day the Pleasant Grove chapters of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers held, an open house at the museum with Mrs. J. M. Mac Farlaid conducting tours.- V ' ' - - ; vj , ..i - Another feature was the display of articles, from foreign lands contributed by LDS missionaries. A wide range of handiwork represented efforts of Relief Society members from seven LDS wards. ATTRACTS YOUTHS examine ah electronics Three Pleasant Grove-youth- s ! display, shown in the hobby division at the town's fair Tliey .are.from.lett, Arlan lin Jaynes and "Steven Howes. Hobby entries ranged all the way from home built farm machinery to miniature DISPLAY ELECTRONICS afi-nu- trains. i ) .1 k Congress adopted the Great Seal of the United States on June 20, ' 1782.. V. ai . survey aimed at detecting the serious eye disease, glaucoma, is slated Thursday from 7 to 9:30' p.m. in Org m at the Lincoln Junior High cafeteria under the joint sponsorship of the Orem Lions and Utah Commission for the Blind. Last year in Utah; County 93 cases of this disease were detected in 15 surveys. Of the estimated 258,000 adults over, 40 years of age living; in the state of Utah over. 7,000 possibly have the glaucoma, according to commission officials. , These clinics are aimed at preventing adults from contacting thii disease, which can be checked only if detected in its early stages. Statistics show that one of every 50 Americans over 40 years of age are "losing their sight as a result of the disease. Listed are three points to remember about glaucoma: i. It strikes 'after 40 in most cases. 2. It is difficult to detect in the first stages. 3, It can usually be checked if discovered in time. A county-wid- e r,,-- .'y.,,,..-.- . r is divided into Glaucoma . - ......,r...,rm..,n,.m,........,n.,,,.mr T...y.ni1.yiyi;i.l.t.lt.ff..li my Glaucoma Detection Clinic Slated er I DELICIOUS, TENDER County-Wid- e The Orem Lions met OREM V . Numer- In Orem Thursday Orem Lions Lay Plans For Oct. 5 Glaucoma Clinic 1961 ?S,BE Pressure increases 1. stages: - LAMB ONLY. u ; "1 four ' in- side the eyeball. 2. This pressure slowly begins to crush' the retinal fibers and the optic nerve. 3. Side vision is first to go, giving a person "barrel'. type vision when advanced. 4. If neglected, front vision is destroyed, Vesultinf in total blindness. V The clinic .will be.under the direction of six UtaJi, County .ejfe CUT - - -- WRAPPED : QUICK FR0ZEI1 physicians with six county public health nurses and 25 Orem Lions and Lady Lions assisting. A 15 minute film on glaucoma will be shown aiid then an 'eye test will be given. j Signs suggesting chronic glaucoma are: frequent changes of are satisglasses none of which ' to factory, inability adjust the to loss darkened t rooms, eyes of side vision, blurred or foggy vision colored rings ' around lights. TENDER QUALITY . MUTTON --2- BEEF -- ,, .r.p,.. : VALLEY V PACIUNG ' WEST ON AIRPORT ROAD Springville, HU : 61 - siiiiiiiiiii r J Wo'vo scooped tho market with theso special buys. Sensational Sayings and Tempting Terms If you open your account now! You may add to your present account or pay cash -- S 1 y U- -J TifJ ...you're fAcMahan's! I 1 An omazing value i ,rSA'J T iff HI t ?t ?i r - 3 tDVJ S Reg. 29.9V 4- - j I XI 3 ?v- v. n 'Vi f, , i :sujbG - i OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT ' - "A 1 1. i at- v. V..'. ..,- 0P2fJER olway$ wolcomo - at this price. Powerful clear tone Speaker; L l i A C t WEEK 1: .. iJ jiii n M if. jwiaiaa J f TER'LIS "CUSTOn-TilllORE- - ' t I f I TO FIT YOUR BUDGET ! 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