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22 Thursday, January 9, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News I III II III II I I TONOPAH SENIOR .... , ........... (702) 482-6450 ........... Now that the holidays are over and we are getting into the new year, we hope things will go well witheveryone. At prent, it seems we are not starting out too well. The cold and flu season has descended upon our Community and everyone is coming down with the virus. If you haven't been a victim yet, keep your fingers crossed and hope you don't become one. Our congratulations to Patty Care of Mina who is the winner of the raffle on the Nevada Quilt. I' m sure she is a very happy lady and will be proud to be the owner of this beautiful work of art. We had alovely group with us for our New Yearsdinner. Joining Katie Wilson was her niece Joyce Cox of Sparks, and with Martha WELI0000ILLING LLC Complete Site Improvements Packages Available Well Drilling Complete submersible Pump & Water Tank System Installed Power Pedestal (200amp) Trenching for Power and Install Waterlines from Well to Home i00y00tems Includes: Pere. Test Construction Permit Occupancy Permit Pads i Mobile Home Garage Driveways Lot Cleated Jan McDonald, M.D. Dermatology Clinic of Nevada, Ltd. Board Certified Dermatologist Mayo Clinic Trained at I I and Ken Allain was Carol Ewing of Las Vegas. J.C. Hoxie of Tonopah, Muriel and Bobby Gober, and Shirley McKay Betty and John Jerrell, Joe Emerson, Judge John Davis, Harold Arnold, Bob Dameron, Ed Weaver, and Laurence Labarthe of Goldfield. And we are always pleased to have our friends from silverPeak, Florence Overholser, Kitten Ryder and Frieda Brown and Sally Sims. Joining us on Friday was Frederick Galang from Los Angeles now making his home in the Tonopah area. We welcome him to our community and hope he will be happy in our town. There is an opening here at the Center for a Kitchen Aide/Salad Maker. The hours are from 8 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. For more information, call us at (702) 482-6450. Our thank you to Kit Carson for the turkey, and to Dick and Mary Tisue for the oranges, lemons and the beef l i ver. We appreciate y our kindness and support. MENU: Thursday (1/9): Baked chicken Friday (1/10): Spaghetti Monday (1/13): Baked ham Tuesday (1/14): Polish sausage Wedesday (1/15): Taco salad HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY WEEK! I II II II PAHRUMP SENIOR NEWS I I II III II IIII (702) 727-5008 Hello from the Pahrump Senior Center. With January brings lots of new activities, check our calendar each week. We would like to recognize a few very unselfish and generous people in our community. All these people donated very generously so that our seniors would have a wonderful season. Marge from the Chamber of Commerce, Sheri's Ranch, Saddle West, Chuck and Mary Brown, Don and Claudia Victory, Mary and John Weatherford, Republican Women Group, Can- teen Bakery, Smiths Food and Drug, Rod Sherer, Pepsi Cola, Anna Glass, all the residents of Pahrump who donated their extra's, Harold Phipps who plays his wonderful music every Thursday, Boy Scouts who came to sing and hand out Christmas Greetings, Donna's Desert Dancers came to perform for us, McDonald's, Wulfenstein Construction, Mirage Resort and Ca- sino, Ethel M.'s Candy, Desert Bloom, Joe's Pizza, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scheppmarm, Hearing Corrections Center, volunteers that made the lap robes for 60 of our homebounds and helped with the Manse Elementary School Shopping Day, hope- fully I have not forgotten any- one. MENU: Thursday (1/9): Glazed baked ham Friday' (1/10): Beef stew Monday(Ill3): Chicken fried steak Tuesday (1/14): Pinto beans/ham Wednesday (1/15): Mexican meat loaf Thursday (I/16): Chicken curry Pahrump Medical Center o Diseases of Skin o Wrinkles o Warts o Diseases of Hair c Keloids o Chemical Peels o Skin Cancer o Moles o Hair Loss Therapy o Acne o Skin Discoloration o Vein Injection o Spider Veins o Psoriasis o Skin Surgery Call: 727-6060 800-752-4338 / 702-360-5400 Saturdays Only Most Insurances Accepted BEATTY SENIOR NEWS ,, , by Lorayne White Thursday night's Bingo jackpot on January 16th will be $I 80 in 66 numbers, if not won in previous week. Wheeeeee! Thanks to all who attended our ground breaking ceremony on Saturday, January 4th, at the site of the new Senior Center. Jerry Lease, Bill Terry, Jeff Taguchi, "Bobby" Revert, Joannie Revert and Lorayne White were speakers in various capacities, and Lorayne presented special certificates of appreciation to numerous volun- teers for their contributions of time and effort to the Senior Center. We were pleased and honored to have such a good turnout of seniors and community leaders present for this important occasion. We'll invite y'all back for the Grand Opening later on! The Town Board gave us a donation in memory of Ray McGillvray who passed away after a long illness... Ray was Treasurer of the Project Council for many years.., and the donation was made in lieu of flowers. Our Thanks for the donation.., it will come in handy and will be used wisely. Special Senior Center THANK YOU to Joe Richards for his generous donation to the Senior Center. We very much appreciate the help this means to us for the many items needed for our new Center! MENU: Monday (1/13): Meat loaf, peas, au gratin potatoes, soup and salad bar, pudding Tuesday tl/14): Baked Chicken, corn, oven fries, soup and salad bar, jello with fruit Wednesday (I/14): Ham and lima beans, corn bread, soup and salad bar, fruit cobbler Thursday (1/15): Hungarian Goulash, carrots, soup and salad bar, chocolate pudding Friday (1/16): Roast Pork, dressing, broccoli, soup and salad bar, apple crisp AMARGOSA SENIOR (702) 372-5413 Senior Project Council meeting will be held January 27, 1997 Monday at the Senior Center, plan to attend. Birthday night will be January 29, 1997, Wednesday. Happy birthday to  following: Earl Selbach, Penny McGhee, Neva Selbach, Alice U, Dot Cortner and Charles Holtz. Town Board will be January 30,1997 at the Community Cent. This is ikiportant to all of us. We have an angel on our shoulder, many thanks to Joe Richards for his more than generous donation to our Senior Center. Here is a man that really gives to his community. Thanks, Joe. Talent is needed. I.,ocal Talent that is, for the library' s spaghetti cook off. This will be a benefit for the library as well as the Senior Center. Contact Marie Reagle at 372-5655 or 372-5413. Date is the 12 of April, deadline for entries is April 5. Don' t forget to attend"Super Senior Saturday" the 18 of January at the Community Center, starting with a spaghetti feed at 4p.m. and bake goods auction at 6 p.m., the main attraction will be the pie throwing auction, pick your favorite nemis. Remember we are serving on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. MENU: New 6me: 3:30 to 5:30 Tuesday (1/14): Beef stir fry Wednesday (1/15): Turkey ala king Thursday (1/16): Scalloped potatoes with ham : Saturn Sales Specialist Jaob Henn There's never been a better time to come into your neighborhood Saturn Retaller.,Test drive the all new line of 19971 Saturn vehicles. Special,sport'tned suspension system, dent l resistant body. panels anda dual overhead_cam performance[ engine have helped make Saturn one of the top selling I aufomoblles in America. - Come enjoy the Saturn experience. You'll niver over price..what you see is the price of the vehicle. No pressure. Just courteous knowledgeable, and frtel people. P_lease speak with me personally. You'll find corn satisfaction is my, only goal. $'TA]{; IT JU l' 5325 WEST SAHARA $I0,450' P'004I 252-8900 , .TN A.C. IP CAS,qII'TE ............ "Plus tam, tramsptwtitlon trod  Prep. 41 '>'k qi