Adeleida Viscarret Tape 2
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0:20†††† collectorís items, records, comics, etc.
0:45†††† theater, cards, mus
1:17†††† going to get bread for a nickel
2:05†††† the Blue Jay, Johnny Lagurza (?), Pete Amestoy, Gipuzkoa
2:50†††† briska and mus
3:07†††† teaching mus at music camp
3:19†††† Zaga brothers won competition between Boise and Elko; Steve Goicoechea and Zagas
3:43†††† wood chopping, relay
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0:25†††† things they took out of hotel when they leased it
1:13†††† hotel bathrooms
1:55†††† people didnít go out to dinner; occasionally an anniversary
2:24†††† divorce party thrown there by Micky McDermitt
2:39†††† French Basque party for people returning to France; live music
3:06†††† didnít dance the jota too much; a few did it, Mariano and Katrin, Leonís sister
3:34†††† non-Basques came to dances; acceptance of Basques
3:51†††† did ďSpanishĒ dances like Rancho Grande, cuadrille, La Paloma, La golondrina and one jota, lots of waltzes, fox trot, tangos, polkas; on records.†
5:13†††† weddings, small weddings sometimes, not much of that.† They didnít have many outside people
5:50†††† pigs feet (xerri xango), blood sausage, tongue, chorizos, tripe
6:00†††† killing pigs and lambs
6:38†††† ate sheepís head
7:50†††† bacalao, frog legs, sweet breads
8:27†††† used to exchange pictures, they used to visit each other on Sundays
9:07†††† book of Basque people (Sol Silenís book probably)
10:04†† Ralph and Lydia Garcia
10:30†† Calzacorata, Lostra, Madarieta, 1917 book published
10:54†† hotels in Elko; Telescope Celso Madarieta might have owned it; the Star Ė Jaureguis or Arrascadas
11:45†† Albert Garamendi, Plazas had Clifton Hotel
12:18†† Clifton was a Baque hotel
12:29†† the Amistad Hotel by the Star and Wings
13:08†† Aguirre girl was writing an essay about the Nevada Hotel because her grandpa had it
13:47†† Hasquet; Marge Wanderlik was a Hasquet.† They leased to them.
14:27†† Lucas family went to Reno and then to Spain
14:44†† after selling the hotel dad had rental units and then worked for the Western Pacific Railroad; worked at the overland dealing 21; worked for the city, too.† Worked with her brother as a carpenter.† She also worked for the railroad for 21 years.
15:34†† worked for railroad right after high school
15:53†† prohibition; had liquor for tenants
16:20†† women drank orange and strawberry crush
16:30†† sold cigars
17:05†† not too many women ate there
18:18†† in spring the Mexican shearers would come and stay at the hotel
18:44†† average day at hotel; get up early, Serafina was the cook; was the boss in the kitchen.† Workers stayed there.† International Market used to deliver groceries.
19:56†† breakfast, bacon and eggs for boarders.† All meals were big.
20:30†† cook made desserts; sponge cakes, cafť con leche
21:16†† chorizo and lukainka French Basque; lukainka not as spicy.† Picnic chorizos are not like
her momís.† Hung chorizos in basement to dry, making chorizos, casings, grinder, etc.
22:42†† morcillas.† Biltoki has morcillas sometimes.
23:28†† in the old days they used to serve more morcillas, tongue; Toki Ona outside of Carson City
24:00 † donít serve brains anymore, donít serve much tripacallos anymore
24:55†† Domingo Osamiz
25:05†† Overland Hotel in elko
25:28†† Basque bars; Blue Jay is a bar that has dinners now
26:30†† Mary Aguirre; her parents had the Star
26:50†† old country women were really popular with the men
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