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[ ?I ,I llo:.) .dT ,lJaD 911aV qmmd'l 18 Thursday, October 16. 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News TONOPAH SEN00 NEWS , (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna As the saying goes, if you don't like the weather, wait a few minutes. We can certainly agree with that. We've had spring, fall and a taste of winter all in a week's time. FREE 'LIVING TRUST' SEMINAR DO YOU WANT THE GOVERNMENT LAWYERS TO BE YOUR HEIRS? Because... NOW IS THE TIME LEARN HOW TO AVOID PROBATE TRANSFER FAMILY ASSETS QUICKLY & HA.LE FREE PROTECT YOUR FAMILY WITH A LIVING TRUST ELIIIATE UNNECESSARY ESTATE TAXES ELIMINATE PROBATE FEES onmcavammor em,mur PUT CONTROL BACK WITH YOUR FAMILY MAINTAIN PERSONAL PRIVACY I Just a reminder, flu shots are scheduled for Tuesday, October 21 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. here at the center. How is your hearing health? Rob Millett, representative for Ear Crafters was here on Wednesday, and the response was excellent. If you have developed a hearing problem or are in need of assistance, he will be returning to the Center on Wednesday, November 5. Sign up now for a free hearing evaluation. Welcome back to Larry Reeves who has been on the sick list, and to Charles Paul and Donna Hansen returning from their extended tour. Nice to have you folks back with US. Joining us for lunch this past week was Jean Crawford (Don Crawford's mom) from Oroville, Calif,, Ralph and Gabriella Rea, Karen Graunke, Lee Hubbard (our cook's hubby), our Health nurse Emalie Caley all of Tonopah, Fl'om Goldfield, we had Phyllis Crouch, Katherine Connors, Connie Gates, and Bob Lawless's son Bob Jr., and Dianne Lawless from Independence, Oregon. We enjoyed having them with us. Come back and see us soon. We are forever grateful for the donations we receive from you wonderful people. This week we send out thank you to Shirley Wardle, Mike North, Darlene and John role October 23 - HOt beef sandwiches SENIOR NEWS (702) 553.2956 by Mary Davis We still don't have a definite moving date to the new center. We are anxiously awaiting this news. Notice will be posted around town at the Post Office, Library and casinos if clearance is given after this goes to press, and before next week's news article. Please bear with us, we are all getting antsy. Reminder, monthly birthday party will be Friday, Octo- ber 24. MENU: October 20 - Polish sausage w/sauerkraut October 21 - Hot turkey sandwich October 22 - Liver and onions or macaroni and cheese October 23 - Taco salad October 24 - Evening meal, Yankee pot roast Quas, and Ronald and Claire Phillips for the fruit, veg- 'T • Wllgiti : WiBEN $399.00 etables and food items. Your help and support is truly | appreciated. . II "--- PAHRUMP NEWS qumtw w upqp . '7 llle : .,....o.  Oobcme aot&  October 16 - French dip  (702) 727-5008 -- ---- aaaw g. wins,.  .uu I'll   October 17 - Egg foo yung  hlu October 20 - Chicken/broccoli casserole by Marcia Sabala ,, ...................  .................. -t. ............ ,_ October 21 - Ham and cheese roll Quote of the week, The really great man is the man .......... October 22 - Meat, loaf ! "10 223-8787 ] who makes every man feel great." I rmmxnm [ Thanks goes to several women who donated a large bag of yarn, which is being put to use by volunteers making lap S E--00d-ff-NEw-s rags. ",",, L_ $2 bag sale starts Thursday, October 16, 10 a.m. at the [ ife-,meChangesFree I (702)372"5413 seni°rcenterthriftst°re'C°meearlyandcheck°utallthe by Irene Osterhoudt good buys. There will be a Halloween dinner/dance sponsored by .  Our prayers go out to the Fischei family on the loss of Project Council on November 1 at the center from 4-7:30 ovn  v mor'rr  _ their mother. AM[/UCA'S LAItGUT   ,t • + vtrzm'rwovre , [A.AIP[  October 21, Tuesday, at 7 p.m. atthe Semor Center, lets P m.   .... MENU: ..... have your input. Join the semors for droner before the + /i !+' meeting. October 16- Lasagna with meat sauce Remember the October 17 - Pork roast with gravy Hig ]l]Tlltl[r l]G.ti[[l ! Amargosa Valley Veterans October 20- Sloppy joes w- .,, q,w,w I Day Celebration is Novem- October21 - Veal birds ........ • I her 8 and 9, on November October 22- Lemon fish _ . PUB LICAUCTION __ | 11 will be the closing at the October 23- Chicken broccoli casserole SaturdaY, Oct. 18 Bewaning at 10 a.m. | VFW Hall. This is impor- ACTIVITIES: LOCATION: 1310 Bank Ave. I tant, be there. Monday - Poker 1 p.m., ham operators 7 p.m. Pahrump, • Nevada I Flu season is here, be sure I . Tuesday - TOPS 8 a.m., diabetics support group 10 S and get your shots, it looks SEE MAIP BELOVd POR DIRECTIONS I to be a hard win er 'a.m.,blood pressure 11 a.m. . ..: + +. + • + . t . g-h'otn--the Pahnlmp n pr. m c,l, ,a Wednesday- Poker and pinochie 1 p.m., senior fun  m,,, n*.,*T. I - - .........  -"- will U e complete contents I Chris Filter, ho-e all -oes bowling 6:30 p,m. Calvada Sports Center all seniors wel- o below, in appreciidion for | well. e  come the support and friendship of the communitv we sav thank Vou for I MENU: Thursday - Harold's music and we will provide Vou with... I October 21 - Chili Friday - Bridge and poker 1 p.m. FREE*E CHILI LUNCH DAY OF THE SALE ] October 22- Tuna casse- • **ANTIQUES** P**COLLECTIBLES** Old horse drawn buggy; wagon wheels, iron wheels, horse drawn walking plow, old padestal grinder, old milk can cart, old platform scales, milk cans, two man crosscut saw, bucksaw, old lanterns, old well pumps, primitive hand tools, copper broiler, old chicken crate, old copper fire ext., galvanized water cans & coal buckets, good selection of primitives, old 40's army uniform, signed James Cagney oil painting, Victorian marble top table, 1915 razor sharpener, black figurine, Meerschaum pipe (old), bronze mountain man statue, Remington bronze coming thru the rye statue, Chades Russell bronze stagecoach statue, 40s ration stamp books, old toy metal gun, 6 pc. Bauer bowl set, metal Marlboro sign, old chest, handmade quilt, 50s fur coat, many more items too numerous to list****'** "FURNn'URE'*MISCUS'" Oak bookcase secretary, refrigerator, hide-a-bed, credenza, end tables, bed room set, minors, pictures, French chest, French bedside table, entertainment cabinet, "IV, leaded glass Tiffany-type lamp, arrowheads in frame, baseball cards, peace pipe, comic books, artist easel, lariat, Indian rugs, Asian hand tied rug, Rosel_le, marbles, Indian jawbone rattle, kerosene lamps, blue footed bowl, Nippon tea set, cast iron train, sin. cast iron bell, weather vane, 5 ft. set of steer horns, coins, bowie knife, lots more*** Untll @ INVITED & ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND AND COMPETE IN YI IRIAT Ir.ATTY  (In.quto8 l.ltOm0000, got TOUlt olrN)