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Our 131st Year Tho Saguaehe Crescent Sagmlche, Colorado 81149 Th,rsday. NOVEMBER 11. 2010 Adventures of a Classified Advertising Younger Tori By Victoria Woedard -kWANTED WANTED -- 1956 license plate. Preferably Saguache County. 719- 589-8596. 11-25 *SERVICES -- RELIABLE- HOME CARE SERVICES Personal Care Housekeeping Meal Preparation (special diets OK) eErrands Flexible Rates -- 656.2041 DK HAULING SERVICE Livestock -- Household 719-480-5918 ROY'S TIRE REPAIR Next to Museum 655-2821 DUCHIN DRYWALL & PAINTING Tad F. Duchin, Owner 20 years professional experience Residential & Commercial References available FREE ESTIMATES Cell: 719-849-0984 H: 719-256-4093 HATE TO CLEAN? Those pesky "Honey Does" catch- ing up to you? Having a reunion or party? I will do those jobs for you, evenings after 4:00 and weekends by appointment. Call Ellen Cox at 655-9937. $15.00 hn hour. IIIIIItlIII[IIIIliI!!IDtUI!IIIIlUMMglIIIIIIIIIIIIg|Ul Nielsen Real Estate ANNE C. NIELSEN BROKER Licensed in lg77 .q-r-ing the Area. Since. 1978 P.O. Box 55 3(}755 Hwy 114 Sagu.ch CO 81149 719-655-2255 3!llillHlill[]llllii!!ililt ][llillllllll[llDilll HIII CONLEY WASTE MANAGEMENT SAGUACHE TRASH SERVICE Locally Owned and Operated 655-2833 Roll-Off Containers are available for that construction project Fri., Sat & Sun. REALTY&LAND 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY MATINEE 2:15 p.m. Gumbo Jets Movie Info Line 655-6300 HIGH VALLEY HEALING CENTER A Wholesale Medical Cannabis Apothecary 116 S. Alder  Crestone Sangre de Cristo Inn NEW WINTER HOURS OPEN Mon., Thurs., Fri. & Sat.--11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Appointments Tues. & Wed. Closed Sunday 256-4O06 We Specialize in All Phases of Real Estate Transactions Including Investments, Listing, Advertidng, Promoting, 1031 Exchanges and Sales of ALL Types of Real Estate Phone (719) 655-2408 300 8th Street Saguache, CO 81149 Poncho Lumber in Poncho SprlngV Lumberyard & Hardware For All Your Building Needs Call Us For A Bid! Delivery Available 719-539-4754 [ Darryl Reinsel Home Improvements 719- 850-1249 Serving Saguache and Surrounding Areas Steve's Tire& Auto North Valley Hardware LUMBER MART NOW OPEN Man. - Fri. 9:00 - 5:00 655-2627 or 719-849-1405 CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED The Social Network NOVEMBF 19, $9, 21 SYNOPSIS -- Rated PG-13 On a fall high'in 2003, Harvard tmdergrad and computer program- ming genius Mark Zuckerberg sits down at his computer and heated- ly begins working on a new idea. In a fury of blogging and program- ming, what begins in his dorm room soon becomes a global soc- ial network and a revolution in communication. A mere six years and 500 million friends later, Mark Zuekerberg is the youngest billion- aire in history.., but for this en- epreneur, sueeess leads to both .personal and legal compiications. At The Trade This Sunday, November 14 from 5- 7 p.m., Villa Grove Trade dan- ces the night away to local folk tfavorite, Tom Dessain. Chef Den- hywil!prepareCrepe Purses with Chimayo Chicken. We serve our regular menu, :er and wine, and always fresh, Amber's Pie l 655-2203 or villa- ,,. grovetrade.com for more infor- mation. If you would like to sign -,.. "up,-for e-mail updatee write to infvillagrovetrade.com. Classic Christmas Modes Saturday, Decemb 13, the SLV Theatre Company will be showing Classic Christmas Movies from 2:00 p.m. till ? Two of the films will be A Christmas Story and White ,Christmas along with several others. This is a fundraising event. Please come and enjoy and help support your local theatre com- pany.  _ ........ OVERLAND TO KATHMANDU Wednesday, August 23, 1978 I had promised to awaken ev- eryone at 6:0{). It was easy--roos- ters woke me up much earlier. We ,rolled up our gear in the dark, and left as the sun turned the sky and the water pink: a beautiful morning. We drove north to Rion, where we caught a ferry straight away and crosled back north to the mainland of Greece. We stopped for lunch just before leaving the sea to head north to Delphi. Before eating, some of us took a short swim in the very sal- ty water. The showers on the beach turned out to be dry, so now we- 're all covered with salt. My hair is in stiff braids, and I don't plan to touch it until tommorrow mor- -- ning when I'll rebraid it. We "free" camped again tonight, which means no bathroom facilities to wash it. Delphi was a magnificent spoL Its several temples, amphitheater and huge Olympic stadium with stone seats are situated high on a mountainside with a spectacular view. Ancient Greek tradition holds that Delphi lies at the exact cen- ter of the earth. Originallly Del- ,phi was a center of primitive wor- ship dedicated to the earth god- (tess by the cult o.f Gaea. The site was continuously inhabited from 1400 b.c., but the Delphic oracle was at its height in the sixth cen- tury b.c. Later the Romans also made majo.r decisions only after eonsulting the priestess here who delivered the oracles of Apollo, god of inspiration and prophecy, as she stood in a trance-like state over a cleft in the earth. After leaving Delphi, we drove slowly north through mountains, circuiting Mount Parnassus on a very curvy, narrow road. We went as far as we could, then stopped and camped by the side of the road. Lirtda and Holly danced in the headlights to Linda's new ac- quisition--a Zorba the Greek tape. When she's tired after a long day, Linda often gets giddy. Thursday, August 24, 1978 I vol.red to get up at 5:00 and fix scrambled eggs with sau- teed onion's and green peppers this morning. We left at 7:00 and drove across the fiat Greek plains to Meteora. It is quite astonishing the way the rocks of Meteora sud- denly tower over that plain. We drove up into them, gaping all the way, and stopped at three Greek Orthodox monasteries, built on ,top of the rocks in the four- teenth ,to sixteenth centuries. I couldn't go into the first one be- cause they wouldn't permit wo- men inside wearing shorts, trou- sers or skirts above the knee. I had s,pelcifically worn my hot jeans rather than shorts to be modest, but the monks were even more conservative than I had an- ticipated. At the second monastery Em- ily let me "wear her skirt so I could go in with Mark; we have toured several Greek museums to- gether, and enjoy exchanging ideas about the exhibits. I was almost sorry I .went in, as I abhor the whole gloomy Christian martyr trip, and those monks revel in it; some of their paintings showed saints being boiled or flogged. I was content after that to walk around with Holly and photograph the seemingly tiny monasteries clinging spectacularly to their ,massive granite rocks. Mark was on an especially ob- vious martyr trip today, perhaps inspired by the monks; I remem- ber he held a twig of thorns up to his forehead at our lunch stop. He was sick, as he hadn't been eating for several days again. At first he wanted to fast; then he ran out of drachmas to buy food when we weren't near any banks. He wasn't contributing to our kitty because of his fast so he moped around rwhile we ate lunch today and refused ,to eat any of it. After leaving Meteors, we drove all afternoon to Kavala. On the way, we passed through Thesselon- iki for the second time. Despite its musical name, it has got to be one of the ugliest cities I've ever seen, in various states of disrepair with junk piled every- where. Hundreds of big, white Red Cross tents are set up there for refugees from a recent earth- quake. We entered Kavala just in time to witness the red sun squeaking through some clouds, turning the whole sky pink. Kavala is a pret- ty cry with high rise buildings on hills next to the sea. It re- minds me of Sausolito, California, in a way, but it's bigger. Our campsite is five kilometers out of town, on a beautiful little 'beach of its own. It's very civil- ized; even has refrigerated drink- ing fountains. Holly asked me to share her tent tonight, as Emily is back with Daniel for a couple of farewell nights (we get a new driver after Istanbul). I would be really happy if. I could remain with Holly. She's an ideal tent- mate---considerate and cheerful. It's nice Co be around someone who enjoys my early morning bubbliness for a change;i Holly even sings first thing when she waives up, much to the consterna- tion of some of our tour mem- bers. (to be continued) Thanksgiving Community Dinner Reserve Sunday, November 21 at 5:00 p.m. to be at the Sagua- che Comunity Building located at 525 7th Street for a community dinner. Families are asked to bring a side dish or dessert to share. If you would bring your shared (fish in a disposable pan, you make the 'clean up' crew very happy. Serving utensils for the buffet will be provided by the Saguache Recreation Board. Another community sharing idea was for everyone to bring a non- perishable item to the Communi- ty Building which .we can then provide to our Sagnache Food' Bank for this holiday season. Volunteers along with commun- ity and church organizations in the Town of Saguache are pro- viding: Sliced Ham, Turkey with dressing and cranberries, mashe and sweet potatoes with gravy, green beans, rolls with butter, beverages - water, coffee with condiments and table service. Volunteers will also be prepar- ng a thanksgiving meal to be de- livered to shut-ins earlier in the afternoon who are in our Town. If you are aware of a shut-in who would like a meal brought to them, please call Carla Quintana at 719-655-2089 or the Town Hall at 719-655-2232. Happy Thanksgiving Season to Everone and see you at the Cotn- munity Building. Thanksgiving Dinner for Homebound On Sunday, November 21st, a Thanksgiving dinner will be pre- pared and delivered within the Town of Saguache botmdalies to those who are homebound due to illness or age. For the 22nd year, the philosophy of "everyone should have a holiday meal" is being promoted. The meal is being do- nated by local churches, organ- izations and families with volun- teer drivers delivering the meals that afternoon. Saguaehe Recrea- tion Board inherited this event from originators of this communi- ty idea: Saguaehe Women's Group. If you are aware of someone ,who would enjoy a Thanksgiving Sunday holiday meal, please con- tact Carla Quintana at 719-655- 2089. Please let Carla know by Wednesday, November 17th as to who needs a home delivered holi- day meal. If the individual lives out of the Town of Saguache boundaries then arrangements for pickup of the dinner needs to be made with ,Carla Quintana. The meal can be picked up at the Community Build- ing in Saguache located at 525 7th Street. Dinners will start beng delivered between 3:00 - 3:30p.m. Questions: Contact Carla Quin- tans at 719-655-2089 or call 719- 850-0051 and leave a message. Third Friday Family Films Friday, November 19th at 6:30 p.m., the Third Friday Family Film will be "Toy Story 3". Just learned that Junior High will be overseeing the concessions with Saguache Recreation Board pro- vid:ing the movie. Another movie show will also be happening that night. What is the title? Tnat is still ttuknowrt. WhO will be host- ing that show? The Junior Class of MVS. Will this be a double f, aature? Still to be determined. What I can tell you is concessions are 50 cents, some lucky movie goer will go home with the "Toy Story Y' DVI) and you need to ,bring your own chair or blanket. More info on the Junior Class' plans will be forthcoming - so keep reading the Crescent for up- dates. See you Friday, November 19 at 6:30 p.m. at the MVS Cafeteria for the "Toy Story 3" movie. New Hours New hours for the Sagaache County Road and Bridge are 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Wigwam '" Beauty Salon ]...,/Q"yO 1st and San Juan Loraine Quintana - Owner/Stylist Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. -- :00 p.m. APPOINTMENT PREFERRED -- PHONE: 655-2567 PROPANE FUEL HUNTING FISHING Saguach Town Market GROCERY DELl HARDWARE LOTTERY Saguache, Colorado Mon..,%tt. 8a.m..Bp.m. Sun. 8a.m.-6p.m. Telephoue: 719-655.2616 DireeTV No money down, up to 4 rooms for new customers Equipment and installation included. Starting at $29.99 a month for over 50 channels and the local Denver stations. Credit approval and an 24-monlh commitment required After the primary receiver, each additional receiver is $5.00 a month. Call for current promotions Rainbow Enterprises Local Saguache County Dealer DENNIS NEUHAUS 256-4 i i 0 or 1-800-530-1992 I will match any deal you are offered for DirecTY. II I ;% :g, Sangre de Cristo -', Trading Post & Feed Store .// Organic Natural Foods & Produce - Personal Care & Supplements % In Moffat off Hwy 17,  l East at mile marker 106  We Accept Food Stamps Coop membership $10 per year -- orders wholesale plus 10% and 10% off store purchases. Mon.- Fri.-- 12-6 Closed - Sat. & Sun.-- 256-4277 II lilt II I] " II I IIIIIII OLD COW TOWN Open Wednesday Ihru Saturday 4:00-9:00 p.m. Sunday Noon to 7:00 p.m. Every Sunday Enjoy Fried Cldcken or Chicken Fried Steak t'rom 17-:00 to 7:00 p.m. (719) 655-2224 -- www.oldcowtown.net 36710 CC 36 -- Saguache, CO -.,. 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