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20 Thursday, December 11, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News TONOPAH SENIOR NEws (702) 482-6450 , , by Irene Cessna We had a lot of activity the last two weeks of November and before we realized it, the holiday season was upon us. Will try to bring you up-to-date on all the happenings. Our fundraiser during the PEO Christmas bazaar was a great success.We want to extend our appreciation and thanks to everyone who participated and volunteered their time in this event: to Marge Prewett who prepared the burritos, and her helpers Carol Cox and Inez Carliantini who filled and wrapped them. Dave Prewett who made several deliveries to the booth to ensure the burritos were popping hot and tasty for your enjoyment, the folks who made a variety of candy, Gerri Wallace, Paula King, Veva Ackom, Minnie Hubbard, Marge Prewett, Philip Craig, Minnie Perchetti, Carol Cox, Charlotte Kelley, Alice Alanis,and Charlene Causey. To Pat Swayze, Alice Alanis and Inez Carliantini for working the booth. Thanks again! Your help and support is what made this fund- raiser a success. Our Thanksgiving dinner was terrific. Lots of good "food and extra goodies prepared by our excellent kitchen staff, a beautiful Thanksgiving prayer delivered by Hilda McGowan, and most of all, you wonderful people who shared in making our Thanksgiving holiday a delight. We are truly blessed in having friends like you. Our Project Council has appointed three new members to fill vacancies for the remainder of the unexpired term. The new "kids" on the block are Tina Paice, secretary of the board, Gabriel Rea, community member, and Jim Merlino, senior member. Welcome aboard. We deeply appreciate the donations made to the senior center in memory of Ruby Kniefel. Our sincere thank you to Ray Tennant, Pauline and Gary Noyes, Bill and Van Crawford of Tonopah, Ada Rose Larios and Della Johns of Elko and Gloria Lightner of San Rafael, California. Our guests this past two weeks were Harry Collins, Dor- othy Smith, Zelinda Lang, Avis Cox, Rose Skanovsky, Kitten Ryder, Paula Douglass, Georgia Arnett, Muriel and Bobby Gober, Luella Flores, Leslie Painter with sons, Timmy and Joey, and from Goldfield, Dorothy Stowell, Virginia Ridgway and Dolores Lubow and Irene Osterhaudt, site manager at the Amargosa Senior Center. We have many friends that support the center through food and coffee donations. We thank Rosemary Cali, Charlotte Box, Jo Payne, Rose Hogan, Preston Causey, John Wellborn, Estelle Chapman, Les Peilet, the community church groups, the PEO, Ken Gates for the cups and saucers. We are grateful for all the support and kindness. MENU: December 1 l - Tamale Pie December 12 - Breaded fish December 15 - Philly sandwiches December 16 - Chicken and dumplings December 17 - Tuna patties See you next week with more senior news. ii i AMARGOSA SENIOR '" (702) 372-5413 NEWS by Irene Osterhoudt Found a paper from the mid '80s with this quote "So that the Senior Center can continue to stay open, each senior citizen needs to take an active part in their center to help ATTENTION: OUR HOLIDAY SCHEDULE WILL BE: CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE MONDAY,, DECEMBER 22, NOON MONDAY,, DECEMBER 29, NOON DISPLA Y AD DEADLINE MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, NOON MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, NOON PAPERS WILL BE ON THE STAND WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24 MONDAY, DECEMBER 31 WE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDA Y AND FRIDAY DECEMBER 25 & 26 JANUARY 1 & 2 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE PV GAZEE STAFF generate money and to vol- unteer their services." Sounds good to me. We will run the van to Beatty for lunches for those that are interested, please sign up at the senior center. Welcome to the new folks at the center, l_ge, Billie and Bill. Thanks Marie for the maca- roni salad and the vegetables. MENU: December 11 - Beef/cheese burritos December 16 - Pepper steak December 17 - Baked ham w/baked beans December 18 - Ravioli and bread iii B EATTY by Mary Davis SENIOR (702) 553.2956 UE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL THE SENIOR NEWS WAS UN AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME. PAHRUMP SENIOR NE': " (702) 727-5008 by Marcia Sabala Congratulations, Betty Carder is the new cordinator for our Punky Doodle Thrift Shop. Lots of new items daily, beautiful men's jackets and shirts, and lots of women's cloth- ing for the winter. Drop by and get your Christmas shopping done. We wish Elsie Larkin a very Happy Birthday, she was 93 on December 8. MENU: December 11 - Liver and onions December 12 - Chicken broccoli casserole December 15 - Meat loaf December 16 - Herb lemon fish December 17 - Hot turkey sandwich December 18 - BBQ chicken legs SENIOR by Matilda Charles iii SERVICE LINE (702) 727-5008 On December 21, SHOWTIME will present a film, "Alone," written by award-winning playwright, Horton Foote. Hume Cronyn and James Earl Jones head a cast that includes Piper Laurie, Ed Begley, Jr., Shelley Duvall, David Selby, and Frederic Forrest. Cronyn, who celebrated his 86th birthday in July, says, "I wanted to do this movie because it's a wonderful Horton Foote story about a widowed old man, whom I play, who lives alone on his family farm. His dauehter and son-in-law believe there' s oil under his land and they bring in drills and pumps. My character watches them as they're driven by false hopes and, perhaps, by the worst sin of all, greed." In his own life, Cronyn, who was widowed a few years ago when his wife, Jessica Tandy, died after a long, happy marriage that was also a long, successful professional rela- tionship, has remarried. "Although I am married to a wonderful woman now," he says, "I still feel the pain of Jessie's death and how difficult it was for me to accept that was she really gone, and to make changes in my life that, while realistic, were also painful. "Jessie and I used to say how fortunate we were to be growing old together. But when she died, I felt we hadn't been old together long enough." Cronyn says he finally came to terms with the fact that he would have to make changes in his life, such as moving from the New York apartment he and Tandy had shared for years, into a home in Connecticut,"with a real kitchen in which my wife can do some real cookin Cactus ,. 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