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2'litay, Md; 22,' I99 Pali l'ey Cazet Senior News m AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS ' (702) 372-5413 by Irene Osterhoudt I understand that there was some confusion on the com- modities delivery. These should have been delivered on Tuesday, May 6. Due to Cinco De Mayo being on Monday, I hope that this did not cause too much inconvenience to anyone. We will be sure that this does not happen again. The Ms. Senior Nevada Pageant will be held in June this year in Las Vegas. There will be a presentation here in Amargosa. Check with Helen Holtz and I'll have the informa- tion in the next news letter. There is a bad bug running around. Be careful not to let it catch you. One is a viral ear infection, the other is a summer flu, see doc immediately if you show symptoms of either of these. They can be real serious. Vacations are upon us. Be careful, we want to see you all I Wayne's Exxon & Convenience Store "Come/n & Cool o0 ' Special: 32 oz. Soft Drink 49, Refill 25 Assorted Liquors & Wine Milwaukee's Best $4.49/12 pack cans Miller's $7.49/12 pack cans . CHECK OUT OUR BIG SELECTION OF ICE when you get back. Have fun. Welcome back to John and Anne Newhouse. It was good to see John and Maureen Gilgen, back from their extended trip. Welcome to John's brother and his wife from Ireland. MENU: May 27 - Pizza May 28 - Swiss Steak May 29 - Chil i, Corn on the Cob BEATTY SENIOR NEWS (702) 55s.2956 by Lorayne White On May 9 we had the drawing for the afghan made by Lee Brown (our former dishwasher). "Skinny" Forsyth won ![! As he raised his hand to tell us to draw again he felt a sharp pain in his side. When they left the building, Dorothy had a smile on her face and the afghan over her arm "Skinny" is recover- ing nicely. Bill and Mary were gone for a week to Bill's son's graduation. Patty (our dishwasher) took over for him and did a fantastic job. She was also assisted by "Skinny" and Dor- othy. Thanks for a job well done. We're looking forward to "Railroad Days" June 7-8. Stop by our booth and have some pie and ice cream with us. Don't miss our entry in the parade. Don't forget we're closed on Monday the 26th for Memo- rial Day. Also, remember, Friday the 30th is our evening meal - Birthday Patty. MENU: May 26 - Closed for Memorial Day May 27 - Hot Turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, pudding May 28 - Hungarian goulash, carrots, purple plums 8 lb Bag tot,. 99 l May 29 - Hoagie Sandwich, pudding Milk- $2.9S]gai May 30 - Birthday evening meal.- yankee pot roast, birthday cake ,, t.r....,,," 00ENIOR NEws Open 24 Hours 840 Hw 372 751-3643 (702) 727.5008 by Marcia Sabala Quote of the Week: "A man can bejust about as happy as he makes up his mind to be." Celebrating 1977 II I I 1997 20 Years Serving Pahrump! 2mr Latle,'t yarmers lnsuram'e Alent in die United Statc Worden's Insurance Agency PHONE QUOTES IMMEDIATE ISSUE SR22's MORTGAGE INSURANCE NOTARY gILL LINES BROKER AUTO" HOMEOWNERS - MOBILE HOMES - RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, LIFE. HEALTH COMMERCIAL, LONG-TERM CARE BONDS BAIL BONDS 6 Licensed Agents for Convenient Professional Service NELL WORDEN-DANIEL Agent & Owner 2210 E. Commercial Rd. PO Box 580 Pahrump, NV 89041 (702) 727-5241 Dedicated to being Palirump's Premier Insurance Company! I I would like to thank R.C. and Gene Schepmafi for paint- ing the shed and trash bin area. They will soon start painting the center Bravo, Bravo. Our thrift shop (Punky Doodle) is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come in and check out all the bargains. We have new items all the time. We now offer Cancer Sup- port Group the second and fourth Thursday at 10 a.m., of every week, run by Louise Felton, R.N. Upcoming events: May 22 - A morning with Harold and his music, Cancer- Support Group 10 a.m. May 23 - Bridge and poker 1 p.m. May 26 - Memorial Day we will be closed May 27 - Project Council meeting 9 a.m. May 28 - Poker and pinochile 1 p.m. May 29 - Dance to Harold's music - poker MENU: May 22 - Ham with raisin sauce May 23 - Cranberry orange chicken May 26 - Closed Memorial Day May 27 - Chef salad May 28 - Beef tomato casserole May 29 - Veal Parmesan TONOPAH SENIOR NEWS (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna It's Friday ! Time to start making plans for the upcoming Jim Butler Days celebration scheduled for May 23 - 26. Are you or any of your friends looking for something to fill in your idle hours? If so, we are accepting applications for a van driver. The hours are from 10:30 a.m. until l:30p.m. Monday through Friday. Starting hourly wage will be $4.83 per hour. Applications are available at the Tonopah Senior Center. And, if van driving is not to your liking, the Senior Commu- nity Service Employment Program might be of interest to you. It provides low income seniors with paid, part-time employ- ment You must be 55 years old, or older. For the single person, your monthly income must be below $800 per month, and if married, combined income of $1,075 per month. You can work 20 hours per week earning sick time and vacation time and will enjoy several paid holidays. They have a wide selection of job opportunities to offer. Feel free to call their office in Las Vegas, 382-0721, for more information. Last Wednesday, the Master Garden Club spent the after- noon planting more flowers, shrubs, etc., at the center. Things are beginning to look nice with such lovely plants being added to our already beautiful center. They are doing a fantastic job and we are so grateful for all the support and dedication they show to the seniors of Tonopah. We at the Senior Center welcome our new health nurse to the area, Lisa Thiel, from Silver Peak. She previously worked at Nye Regional Medical and was the Charge Nurse at the clinic. She will be making her monthly visit to our center on Thursday, June 5 from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Our guests for the week were: Debbie Kaminski with Audra Kelley, Harry Collins, Mildred Laurence, Mary Fields, Judge John Davis, Brent and Rosemary McElroy, Connie Zulk with sister Grace Wilson, and Shirley Lofthouse and Rene Zaval from Round Mountain. We enjoyed their visit with us. We will be closed on Monday, May 26, in observance of Memorial Day. Our thanks to Dannie Chavez for the olives and to Brent McElroy for the cutest Tin Man in town. We call him our senior body guard. MENU: May 22 - BBQ Ribs May 23 - Fish or 2nd offer May 26 - Closed May 27 - Taco Salad May 28 - Chicken Pot Pie Have a safe and happy Jim Butler Day weekend. 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