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In the Service i lU Sidles completes Marine basic training Marine Pfc. Nathan S. Sidles, son of Theresa E. Skiles of Tonopah, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Skiles successfully completed 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally. He is a 1996 graduate of Tonopah High School. joined the Navy in November 1994. Greber completes U.S. Navy basic training Navy Seaman Recruit Merridith A. Greher, daughter of David and Debbie L. Greher of East Pratt Street, Pahrump, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, 111. During the eight-week program, Greber completed a variety of training which included classroom study arrl practical instruction on naval customs, Moen on deployment  al r gh, water saf and sval,  shipta and Navy Petty Officer 3rdClass Trinity L. Moen, son ofHaroid O. Moen safety. An emphasis is also p on physical fitness. Jr. of Amargosa Valley, recently completed a seven-day port visit to C_aeher is a 1995 graduate of Pahmmp Valley High SchooL Halfa, while assigned to the alremtt carrier USS John F. Kmmedy, Farrell completes eight week training currently on a six-month deployment in the Medite Sea and NavyscamanMichaelJ.Farrell, sonofDebomhA.DeluiseofShelley Persian Gulf. Lane, Pahmmp, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit The 1994 graduate of Del None High School of Del Norte, Colo.., Obituaries , / n FonaM.7 f - Neptune   'Pauline Clark bemghby Pauline K. Clark, 90, died September 19, 1997, at her residonce in Society of Nye Coonty. Pahrump, Nev. She was born on August 15, 1907, in York, Pa. A retired legal secretary, she was a one month resident of Pahrump, coming from Chandler, Ariz. Sbe is survived by her daughters, Bessie J. Rttss of Pahnunp and Carolyn Snell of Chandler, Adz_.; cousin, Robert Jacobs of Arlington, Va.; 11 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and four great, great grandchildren. Private family services were held. The Neptune Society of Nye County handled the arrangements. Roylyne McFarlane Roylyne McFadane died September 27, 1997, at Pahmmp Medical Center, Pahrump, Nevada. She was born in Long Beach, Calif. Retired from the real estate field and a Senior Regent President of the Moose Lodge, she was an eight year resident of Pahromp. She is survived by sons, Fred Wiilard of Pahrump and Richard Perea of Stevens Lake, Calif.; daughter Anita Fleming of Las Vegas. Services will be October 3 in Westminster, Calif. The family requests donations hesent tothe Blind Associationin lieu of flowers. The Pal, romp Family Mortuary is handling the arrangements. Joseph Alberkrack Joseph Alberkrack, 71, died September 26, 1997, at his residence in Pahrump, Nevada. He was born on December 3, 1925, in Buffalo, N.Y. Retired from the electronics, radio and television industries, he was an eight year resident of Pahrump coming from Las Vegas. He is survived by a sister, Esther Raybome of Pahrump. Private services were held. The family has requested that donations be sent to the United Cancer Fund in lieu of flowers. The Pahrump Family Mortuary is handling the arrangements. Claribel Dansby Clan:bel Dansby, 83, died on September 26, 1997, at her residence in Amargosa Valley, Nevada. She was born on December 28, 1913, in Sherman, Texas. A homemaker and member of the Church of Amargosa, she was a 38 year resident of Amargosa Valley, coming from Vacaville, Calif. She is survived by daughters, Lavada Parmer of Amargosa Valley, Flora Mae Dansby of Vallejo, Calif., and Sherry Knight of Prescott Valley, Adz.; 10 gran. dchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Services were held at the Church of Amargosa, internment was at the Amargosa Desert Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by the Neptune Society of Nye County. Charles Mosler Charles Frank Mosler, 70, died September 28, 1997, at his residence in Pahrump, Nevada. He was born on September 20, 1927 in Southgate, Calitbmia. Retired from the gaming industry and a member of the Mason Day Lice Lxxlge # 44 m Las Vegas. he was a seven year resident of Pahmmp, coming from Las Vegas. Nev. He is survived by his wife, Eileen of Pahmmp; son, Henry D. Wainwright of Westwood, Mass.; daughter, Erika H. Wainwright of Westwood Mass., and sister, Marion McAvoy of Camp Verde, Adz. Private family service will be held at a later date. Arrangements are 00/00Veptune ocietz/ Call 24 hours 727-1888 .... % Cremation I 00Direct Budal Includes: Removal from Place of death, preparation Of Death Certificates and Permit, Cremation, minimum Urn. Ful Licensed P.O. Box 6000 Suite 96 1161 Loop Rd. #2 Pahrump, Nevada 89041 O00010000000000000000000000 ONaff: Addrem City: State: __ Zip: ____-- Phone: Free Membership Pleme rush rne wout  ,/our spedal infcrn-tion fo. [_]Cremation IBurial Okattering 000000000000000000000000 i i i Illlll H Training Command, Great Lakes, I11. Dufingtheeight-week Vogram, Farrell completed a variety of training which in- cluded classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircratt safety. An emphasis is also placed on physical fitness. He is a 1996graduatef Plan East Senior High School, Piano, Texas. | ...The =tward Winning P&l'ta.ump 9'&lley |azette Best Feature Story; First Place Patti Babcock, "The Chosen Ones" A well told, touching and relevant narrative. General Excellence Award 1997 First Place Pahrump Valley Gazette Staff Neat Format, clean appearance, wide range of copy, interesting ads. General Excellence First Place Pahrump Valley Gazette Staff Best Feature Story First Place Patti Babcock 'The Chosen Ones' Best Large Space M First Place Sean Wilson & Carlton McCaslin 'Don't Blow Your Cool" Best Black & White Ad Third Place Scan Wilson & Cadton McCaslin 'the Odyssey Garden' Best Feature Page Design First Place Dann Weeks 'Nevada Highway Patrol' Best Feature Page Design Second Place Sean Wilson & Dann Weeks 'Community College' Best Sports Photo First Place Patti Babcock 'Rodeo Rider" Best Large Space Ad; First Place Scan Wilson & Carlton McCaslin, "Don't Blow Your Cool" Good use of graphics - draws you Into ad, good layout and design, Fun - knew its target audience and hit it! Best Feature Page Design; First Place Dann Weeks, "Nevada Highway Patrol" Nice use of screen, Clean balance of text, illustration and photos. Very pleasing. Best Sports Photo; First Place Patti Babcock, "Rodeo Rider" Great timing, a wonderful frozen moment. Best Sports Page Design; First Place Dann Weeks:, "Little League" Nice use of photos, graphics, Little League boxes good, Best Sports Page Design First Place Dann Weeks 'Little League" Best Overall Design Third Place Pahrump Valley Gazette Staff Best Illustration First Place Robert Dandy "PVPAC Cultural Center;, Alien Issue' Best Feature Photo Third Place Bruce Stevenson Death Valley Horse Crossing Sign Best Multiple Feature Photos Second Place Patti Babcock "Abandoned Horses" Best Portrait Third Place Patti Babco "The UUlm Horseman' Best mustratlon; First Place Robert Dandy, "PVPAC Cultural Center; Alien Issue" Clean, crisp line drawings are beautiful. i Mary Ann Mclleill Publisher Patti Babcock Reporter 5can Wilson Dann Weeks Art Director Production Director Intri ducing...