Wednesday, August 26: Crab cake, mashed potatoes, diced beets, donut hole, fresh fruit.
Thursday, August 27: Sweet and sour pork, brown rice, Asian vegetables, angel food cake, strawberries.
Friday, August 28: Roast beef, macaroni and cheese, broccoli, oatmeal cookie.
Monday, August 31: Three cheese ziti with meat balls, Mediterranean vegetables, Jello, tropical fruit.
Tuesday, September 1: Beef Rib B Que, carrots and broccoli, warm apples, chocolate chip cookie, roll.
By FRED CICETTI
@Byline.Line2:Special to The Press
Q. I see lots of seniors in casinos. They come in by the bus load. I was wondering whether older people have more problems with gambling than younger people?
About 1 percent of all adults in the United States have a serious gambling addiction. The statistics on senior gambling indicate that compulsive gambling is a greater problem among older adults than adults in general.
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Wednesday, August 26: Pork rib-b-q, cabbage and noodles, pickled beets, wheat bread with margarine, chilled apricots.
Thursday, August 27: Baked ziti, Romano vegetable blend, tossed salad with Italian dressing, Italian bread with margarine, chilled applesauce.
Friday, August 28: Vegetable juice, pot roast sandwich, sour cream cucumber salad, raspberry filled cookie.
Monday, August 31:Beef stroganoff, extra wide noodles, cauliflower au gratin, wheat bread with margarine, fresh canteloupe.
Northwestern graduates are married at Lynnacres
Kevin Scanlon, son of Walter and Donna Scanlon of Kempton and Stacey Dietrich, daughter of William and Imogene Dietrich of Germansville, were married Aug. 22.
They were wed in a sunflower field on the Dietrich family farm, Lynnacres Registered Holsteins, New Tripoli.
The two have known each other since the first grade and are both graduates of the Northwestern Lehigh High School Class of 1998.
Kevin is the golf course superintendent at Olde Homestead Golf Club, New Tripoli.
Thursday, Sept. 17: Cranberry juice, chicken cheese steak on a roll, cole slaw, applesauce.
Friday, Sept. 18: Roast beef with gravy, mashed potatoes, Calif. blend vegetables, wheat bread with margarine, fresh cantaloupe.
Monday, Sept. 21: Chicken stir fry, white and wild rice blend, sunshine salad, wheat bread with margarine, carrot cake.
Tuesday, Sept. 22:Pork roll and cheese sandwich, potato chips, pepper slaw, fresh peach.
Wednesday, Sept. 23:Swedish meatballs, wide noodles, green beans and mushrooms, wheat bread with margarine, lemon meringue pie.
Wednesday, Sept. 16: Pork barbecue, warm peach crisp, creamy spinach, roll.
Thursday, Sept. 17: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, zucchini, cookie, banana, roll.
Friday, Sept.18: Stuffed tortellini, roasted asparagus, warm berry crisp.
Monday, Sept. 21: Stuffed green pepper, brown rice, fresh fruit.
Tuesday, Sept. 22: Turkey sausage, German potato salad, green beans.
Wednesday, Sept. 23: Salisbury steak, whipped potatoes, Brussels sprouts, cookie.
Thursday, Sept. 24: Roasted turkey breast, bread stuffing, peas and carrots, whipped Mandarin oranges.
Q. What do the warnings on the bottles under my kitchen sink mean? I find them confusing.
Many of the household products we use contain poisons. These include pesticides, oven cleaners, detergents, polish, paint and drain uncloggers.
Manufacturers use a low-medium-high system on labels to alert you to hazards. The following are brief descriptions:
If the label on a container says “caution,” that means the contents could hurt you. For example, the product’s fumes might make you sick.
Kathleen (Walter) and Jerold Dougherty of Macungie celebrated their 50th anniversary Aug. 28.
The couple was married at Egypt Lutheran Church, Egypt, in 1965.
Both are graduates of Whitehall High School.
Jerry was a teacher for 34 years and Kathleen was a teacher for 28 years.
The couple was honored with a dinner celebration at Bear Creek Mountain Resort.
Robert and Annamae Letteer of Emmaus celebrated their 50th anniversary Aug. 28.
The couple married in Allentown, where they were both raised.
Their family honored them in early August with a “Walk Down Memory Lane” photo scavenger hunt and a family lunch at a local restaurant.
For their anniversary, they enjoyed several days in Lancaster County.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 by FRED CICETTISPECIAL TO THE PRESSQ. I SEEM TO BE GETTING MORE CAVITIES IN MY TEETH AS I GET OLDER. IS THIS ANOTHER PART OF THE AGING PROCESS? in Social News
Tooth decay and gum disease are caused by plaque, a layer of bacteria. Plaque can build up quickly on the teeth of older people. In addition, seniors have a greater tendency to get decay around older fillings. Seniors have more fillings than younger people because of fluoride not being in the water.
Cavities in the roots of teeth are more common among older adults because the roots are exposed when our gums recede and we become “long in the tooth.” The root surfaces are softer than tooth enamel and decay more easily.