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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, June 12, 1997 3 tot Sale! We are overstocked on Futons S3rinc Sa Great pricing everyday. Free Delivery & Setup in Pahrurnp ,t Wholesale Home Prices L NOTED AUTHOR AT LIBRARY-Joan Lewis shows Carla Emery's book, The Encyclopedia of Country Living. Emery will speak on gardening during a free lecture Saturday, Jun 14, at 10 a.m. Elks to salute Flag Day, dad The Pahrump Valley Elks Lodge No. 2796 will hold its first Flag Day ceremony Sat- urday, June 14atHwy 160and Simkins Road. The ceremony is open to the public. Light refreshments will be sewed after the ceremonies. The Pahrump Valley Elks Father's Day Breakfgst will be served at the lodge Sunday, June 15, from 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. The women of the lodge will treat the men this time. Better Breather Chb The Better Breather Club will meet at the Community Center, in Room B on June 27, at 10 a.m. Topic; Putting your- self in control, Part lI. Forinfor- mation, callRoger at 751 - 1334. Celebrate the Magic "Celebrate the Magic" is a spring showcase of entertain- ment featuring the Totally High Energy Dancers' Session V. T.H.E. dancers range in age from 4 to 15. They will perform routines that come from a wide range of dance: lyrical,jazz, funk, mili- tary and character. There will be individual member routines and our award winning travel team performance. The showcase will be held in the Pal'mamp Valley High School gym June 21 at 7 p.m. Admission is $2 per person. Concessions and cake raffle tickets will be sold. All'proceeds Will help de- fray T.H.E. Dancers costs. Rockhounds on hiatus The Pahrump Valley Rockhounds will not meet dur- ing July and August. Forinfor- marion on summer trips and activities, call Darlene Pederson, president at 751- 1219. M&H Society meets Wednesday The Pahrump Valley Mu- seum & Historical Society is now meeting at the museum site, Basin Avenue and Ford Road (one mile west of High- way 160). Meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays at 6 p.m. For further informa- tion, call 727-5101. Auditions scheduled The Pahnmap Visual and Performing Arts Council is now casting forthe third annual Fam- ily Festival 1940s show theme. Needed aredancers, variety acts, singers, actors and actresses for speaking roles. Auditions are to be held Saturday, June 21. For further information and audition appointments, call Terri at 751-2703, or Karen at 727-5838. Volunteers needed Volunteers are needed for set design, set building and backstage help for the third an- nual PVPAC Family Festival. For further information, call Terri at 751-2703, or Karen at 727-5838 Women on the Comstock in the late 1800s The home may have been the center of life for women on the Comstockin the late 1800s, but many were active in the civic and political arena of their time. Join Jean Ford Saturday, June 28 at 7 p.m. to find out about these pioneering women of Virginia City and the sur- rounding mining towns. Suffrage, temperance, spiri- tualism, wife beating, the Sani- tary Fund, education- all these were key issues for women in the heyday of the Comstock. Though there may have been no formal movement, women thought it their duty to partici- pate fully in the life of their community. This event, presented by Central Nevada Museum, Tonopah, will be held at the Museum and the public is cor- dially invited to attend. There is no admission charge. Call Nancy at 482-9676 for more information. Father's breakfast VFW Ladies Auxiliary 10054 will have a special Father's day breakfast at the Post, June 15, 8a.m. to 11 a.m., 4651 Homestead Rd. Ladies $4 donation and dads are free. Menu: Pork fried steak and eggs, country fried potatoes, biscuits, fruit dish, coffee and a food surprise??? Scholarship awarded The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10054 presented a schol- arship at the high school gradu- ation ceremony to Kenneth Clauser for $350. The auxil- iary wishes Kenneth the very best in his pursuit of his col- lege education. Giveaway Clothing or household goods will be given away free to anyone needing these items Saturday, June 14, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pahrump Church of Christ, 911 Lola Lane. For more information, call Jean Hollis at 727-1815. AARP meets The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Chapter 2196 will .meet Fri- day, June 20, at 6 p.m. at the Pahrump Senior Center, 1370 Basin Ave. Chapter members will fur- nish a chicken dinner, but ask that visitors bring a dish to share and their own table set- Our Price Plus Delivory #It Set up .... I  ,lape [ Iextttre "1,.. throughou]: . ,,,..,1 ,2x6 Walls I ,, I .30# Roof Load l 14 1 I .5 Year Warranty tings. There will be free bingo games with prizes. It will be the last chapter meeting until Sept. 19, 1997. For more information, call Marnella Lyons at 727-7220. Singles fun The Friendship Club for single people 35 or older will have its next monthly meeting July 5, 1997. There are no dues or cost to join in on the 00ngines From $899.99* Why Pay More a Get Less? * NC Service from $19.95 fun. Call Gigi Rolla at 727- 0723 for more information. Other activities are: June 16 -- Card game at Leo Roush's home, call for directions, 7:30 p.m. June 21 -- Barbeque pot luck dinner at Chuck Hickstein's, 4 p.m. June 25--Breakfast at Jo's Pizza, 7:30 a.m. June 29 -- Pot luck dinner at Dorothy Bieganski's. Choose from Solid Oak, Oak and metal, metal or upholstered. We have them all and from prices starting at under $200. Includes mattress. Hurry in for best selection! Sale does not apply to prior sales or layaways. Queen Sets priced from $289,95 Includes free frame Tired of waking up with a backache? Stop by and we'll show you why so many people are switching to Spring Air for a great nights sleep. Shop name brand and you'll always find a dealer near you.We have adjustable beds We have sheets, "pillows, mattress pads, blankets; comforters and bedspreads .The Gaffer of Home furnishing Jlail 160"Jamt BoJth  E S73 and la Temm Bedroom end ilhtttreslNm (JPlump 8latn) "111|.30 LiednJpvoom [Wlkeeler 8prim#8 Pissll) 737-S800 Bests: mort. - Bat. S,80 e.m. Ilz p.m. ll BZ biP- " O.A.C, * lalll AgO/  Certllflolltll I Hours mon- Fd: 8:30 a.m. - 5.' p.m. 8:00 p.m. - 10.'00 p.m. Sat. by appointment , Valve Jobs* Free Father's Day . From 00izyy. yy Car W ashuWlth any Repair [ Savoy R&R, tle, Valve, idnd & Install New sket * Some Cars, Truck & Vans Extra * Does not include transfer time or Ilead Repairs ' Tear Down may be required for Detailed Quotes Engine and Lobor * Oil change with filterfrom $12.95 Batteries for Cars & Light Trucks from $ Z9.95 - Art's Auto . Call 751 -A RTS Corner of Jane & Savoy