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Senior News Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, February 20, 1997 11 O TONOPAH SENIORS We had a good week here at the Center. Everyone is beginning to feel better and the flu virus and colds are wear- ing themselves out. Our daily meal count is increasing and that makes us happy. It's nice to see so many folks returning to the Cen- ter. The cold weather and icy conditions kept man)' people indoors. These last few days have been cold but the sun- shine has brought some relief. Maybe it's a sign that spring is on the way. Congratulations to Helen Reed, the winner of the beauti- ful crocheted tablecloth. Believe me, she was the envy of everyone present. Welcome back to Hilda McGowan just returning from a tour of the Holy Land. Making the trip with her was out dear friend Mary Shearly, former Tonopah resident and Pas- tor of the Presbyterian Church. Pastor Mary returned to her home in Rancho Cordova two years ago. We sure do miss her smiling face. The Diabetic Support Group held their monthly meeting on Wednesday the 12. They had a good turnout and every- one enjoyed the gathering. It's always a pleasure having guests join us for lunch. This week we had Garry Harge, Superintendent of the Nye County School District, Ida Peter and Chet b4yer of Gold- field, Coreen Bell and Robert Rude from Goldpoint, Katie Wilson's daughter Patsy Endel from Missouri, Irene Jef- frey, Eunice Downs, Zelinda Lang, Shirley Wardle, and Dorothy Smith. We also had Eve and Larry Richman from Henderson here on Thursday. These fine folks always stop by to say hello when they come through Tonopah. Thank you to Zelinda Lang for the delicious apples and to Estelle Chapman for her great donation to the Coffee Fund. We really appreciate your kindness. MENU: Thursday (2/20): Ham & lima beans Friday (2/21): Linguini w/clams Monday (2/24): Chuck wagon steak Tuesday (2/25): Baked ham Wednesday (2/26): Liver & onions, BEATTY SENIORS Thursday night's bingo jackpot on February 27, 1997 will be $125 in 55 numbers, if not won in previous week. The winner of the drawing of a quilt made and donated by Hazel Davis of Rush Valley, Utah, was Down Esson of Beatty. Incidentally, Hazel is back visiting Bill and Mary Davis, and doing her much appreciated volunteer work in the kitchen here. Thanks Hazel for the donation of the quilt, and congratulations to the lucky winner. We're beginning to get some of our 49er friends at lunch time, and enjoy having them. Recently Dorothy Richey and her friend Donald Kreil of northern Idaho were in and Dorothy entertained us by playing the piano. Thanks, we needed that! Also old friends Clarnce and Thelma Wolford came in from Oregon, and we hope will be in the area for a nice long visit! Our Historian/Gardner Teddy Kreuter, who will proudly be 90 in June, has been working the flower-bed here at the Center, and it's an inspiration to all of us! And SO ARE YOU TEDDY ! ! ! REMINDER... Friday the 28 will be our evening Birth- day meal! Birthday people this month are Lillian Renner, Jim Gould, "Frank Kirby, Shirley Houlan, Glenn Coffer, Anita Johnson, Claudia Monk and Agnes Edgar Huffine. Congratulations to all and many returns!!! The Sixth Annual Rhyolite Festival is scheduled for March 15 and 16, and the Senior Center will have a food booth up by the old Depot... Rhyolite is the old ghost town next to the mine and is a charming and most interesting place to visit. Proceed from any sales of T-Shirts, etc. go into the restoration fund for the town and Friends of Rhyo- lite would enjoy having you come celebrate with them on this occasion. PS: The food is good, too!!! MENU: Monday (2/24): Ham, sweet potatoes, green beans, jello w/fruit Tuesday (2/25): Lasagna, corn, brownies Wednesday (2/26): Beef stroganoff with noodles, mixed veggies, apple crisp Thursday (2/27): Pizza, tapioca pudding Friday (2/28): Evening meal: Sweet and sour pork with veggies over rice, birthday cake AMARGOSA SENIORS We have an unknown donor, check out the salad bar, and veggies we are now serving fresh vegetables. Thanks to the unknown donor. Entertainers needed for the "This Ain't Broadway" pro- duction that is being put on at the library spaghetti cook off, come on, 1 know that Amargosa has lots of entertain- ers. Contact Marie Reagle. Entry deadline is April 4 and the show will be at the spaghetti cook off on April 12. Edie's Cakes is going to be doing the birthday cakes for the seniors. This is greatly appreciated. Thank you! Remember Council meeting Tuesday 25 at 5:30 p.m., birthday night Wednesday the 26, and Town Board meet- ing Thursday 27. MENU: Tuesday (2/25): Baked chicken Wednesday (2/26): Tacos Thursday (2/27): Spaghetti 00allstate APPOINTMENTS WEEKL Jan McDonald, M.D. Dermatology Clinic of Nevada, Ltd. Harvard Medical School & Mayo Clinic Trained at Pahrump Medical Center 1501 E. Calvada Call: 727-6060 Summit Family Health Care 1151 S. Hwy 160 Pahrump Station Call: 727-5509 For Insurance/Billing Questions Call 1-800-752-4338 • Diseases of Skin • Discoloration • Diseases of Hair • Psoriasis • Skin Cancer • Cosmetic Laser • Acne Surgery • Spider Veins • Chemical Peels • Wrinkles • Hair Restoration • Skin Surgery • Nail Disorders • Moles • Eczema