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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 12, 2001, Centralia, Washington News in Brief in the area Lane closures will affect traffic Rochester a Lane restrictions will be in effect thursday at the Railroad crossing near the intersection of . Highway 12 and Joselyn Road Thurston county officials have announced. Lane closures will be in effect for about two to four hours at a time As workers install hashing signals at the crossing. Information is available by telephoning 754-4580. Centrals approves two water projects the Centralia City Council approved on second and final Reading tuesday night an ordinance authorizing the City to Issue and sell si.7 million in Bonds to finance two water system projects. Water Revenue Bonds with a total principal of $1,760,000 will be used to pay for the Eshom Well Fords Prairie aquifer restoration project and for the Cooks Hill Ham Hill water system upgrade project. Jim Nelson of Martin Nelson and co., the underwriters of the Bonds told the Council the City s water system electric system and water Revenue Bonds Are All rated a minus indicating they Are Good risks. The City will use water system Revenue to pay for the Bonds. Adna to present Holiday program Adna a Adna Middle High school will present its Holiday program today at 7 30 . The elementary school will have its performance at 7 . Monday at the High school. Napavine we present Holiday programs Napavine a the Napavine school District will offer Holiday programs Friday and monday. The High school choir and band and Junior High band will perform in the secondary buildings gym at 7 . Friday. Kindergarteners though third graders will have their program at 6 . Monday with a dress rehearsal at 1 30 . The elementary school s program will be in the gym. Dui emphasis Effort on Friday night Law enforcement officers throughout Lewis county and the state will make extra efforts to catch drinking Drivers this weekend As part of a dui emphasis program sponsored by several agencies including Washington state Community dui and traffic safety programs. State troopers sheriff s deputies and police officers will emphasize their watch for impaired Drivers Between 8 . Friday and 4 . Saturday. Impaired driving is the most preventable cause of traffic related deaths according to sue Burnett coordinator of the Lewis county dul traffic safety task Force. Burnett advises that although some people might believe they Are safely Able to drive after two or three dunks. They re Likely not. Quot they need to realize that judgment is the first function of the brain that is affected so they really Aren t in a position to judge their level of sobriety at that Point a Burnett said in a press release. Police beat incidents a White powder found in a package opened by an employee tuesday morning at Winlock Miller elementary school tested negative for anthrax and turned out to be packing material Winlock school superintendent Dan Smith said today a letter was sent Home to parents notifying them after Winlock police and Lewis county health department employees responded to a 911 Call to the school tuesday. Burglaries and thefts a the Thurston county sheriffs office investigated a burglary at a residence on the 21000 Block of Zenkner Valley Road in North Centralia. Sometime Between 10 30 . And 9 . Monday someone apparently used a Crow bar to open the Back door. Taken was a 36-Inch Ria television set valued at $2,000. Lewis county jail a inmate population in the main facility As of this morning 107 men and 21 women. There Are 136 Beds in the jail. Staying in the separate facility known As the work ethic restitution Center Are 27 people some of whom Are on work release some of whom Are a work offender sixteen people Are on electronic Home monitoring and eight Are on Day reporting. In the past 24 hours 14 people were booked into the jail and eight were released a a a a a information published in holier heat is compiled by the chronicle staff from the official lays and records of local police agencies. Of you have Aux information about ans of these incidents Call crime stoppers at h he 74h-6422 lotteries Washington a tuesday games Lucky for life 22-25-60-62 Keno 2-6-9-16-18-19-22-24-28-34-36-39-48-50-51 -63-68-71 -73-77 daily game 6-6-3 Oregon a tuesday games pick 4 9-0-9-1 in Etal prices a Gold $273.50 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote a Silver $4,270 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote corrections the chronicle seeks to be accurate and fair in All its reporting it you find an error or believe a news item is incorrect please Call the newsroom As soon As possible at 807-8224. Between 8 a in and 5 monday through Friday local Hugh Isbell sen in e is Friday Hugh Olin Isbell Hugh Olin Isbell a 12-year and moved to vim Buren Ark. In 1960. The family moved Back to Vici where Isbell worked blowing wheat ground assisting with converting the local Telephone system from Crank to dial and eventually purchasing a Small bakery. In september 1964, they moved to Shelton. Isbell worked on the Christmas tree Harvest and eventually went to work for Simpson Timber co. In its plywood Mill retiring after \2vz years. In 1989. They moved to Centralia to be close to their daughter. Rose. An Active member of Centralia Church of the Nazarene. He was a former member of Vici Church of the Nazarene Shelton Church of the Nazarene member of american legion and disabled american veterans. He and his wife have supported the efforts of Many missionaries. In 1999. Isbell and his wife moved to Stillwater colonial residents assisted living abutments. In addition to his wife of 58 years. Anabel at Home he is survived by two daughters. Rose a. Bowman of Centralia and Beatrice m. Ramsey of Bunch. Okla. Three sons Michael d. Of Underhill. Wis., Darrell w. Of Savannah. Ga., and Patrick o. Of Riverside. Calif. A brother the Rev. Andrew of Baton Rouge. La. A sister. Opal Richey of Sequim 16 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents a son. De Wayne l. A sister Juanita Lane and an infant grandson. Remembrances May be donations to veterans memorial museum. 712 w. Main Centralia. Wash. 98531. Visitation May be made from 9 . To 5 . Thursday at Brown mortuary service Chehalis which is in charge of arrangements. A a a a funeral for Hugh Olin Isbell will begin at to . Friday at Centralia Church of the Nazarene with his grandson the Rev. Dale Bailey and the Rev. Mark Goodwin officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset memorial gardens Chehalis. Obituaries Centralia resident died sunday. Dec. 9, at Evergreen Centralia health and rehabilitation Center. He was 81. Isbell was bom nov. 5, 1920, at Cove Ark., to Robert and Beatrice Griffith Isbell and grew up in Polk county Ark. Near Cove. He stayed with the or. Shaw family in Dewey county. Okla., to Complete High school working for room and Board by helping out on the farm. While attending Vici High school. Vici. Okla., Isbell met his future wife. Anabel. He enlisted in the . Army Jan. 29. 1942. In december 1943, he received a three Day leave and on dec. 14 eloped with Anabel to Woodward. Okla. Isbell transferred to Camp Rucker. Ala., and then to Camp Selby. Miss., to attend Cwik and Baker school. After training he joined his unit on Maneu vers in Tennessee. On june 22, 1944. He transferred to the european theater operation in France arriving june 29. 1944. Her served in the Rhineland Campaign in Northern France until he was injured nov. 18. 1944. Isbell stepped on a mine that caused him to lose a leg and led to temporary loss of his vision. On april 14. 1945. He arrived Back at the United states. After his recuperation. Isbell was discharged feb. 2, 1946. Isbell received the american theater medal european african Middle Eastern theater medal Good conduct medal world War la Victory medal and purple heart. The is Ells moved to Vici and after his official discharge they moved to Woodward. Okla., where they survived the Tornado of 1947, which flattened Woodward. In 1948. They purchased his Grandfather s farm outside of Cove and moved there. They sold the farm in 1958 because of family medical problems paid obituary Viola Harriett Bryson Well As assisted in the chaplains program at Providence Hospital for several years. Her hobbies included Oil painting sewing embroidery gardening and food preservation nutrition and physical fitness especially swimming and walking. Also preceding her in death were her husband Floyd her son Gary Floyd Viola Harriett Bryson an and one brother Leroy r. 85-year Centralia resident deter died at the age of 86 survivors include her sunday december 9 at three daughters and their colonial residence of spouses Maridel and Leon Stillwater estates Voetberg Nancy and Bill Centralia. Fox All of Chehalis Nita Viola was born december and Joe Martin of 31, 1914, at Walla Walla Woodinville and one where her parents had daughter in Law Josephine travelled to specifically for Marsh Bryson of Olympia her birth from their seven grandchildren skip Homestead in the fort Rock Voetberg Joseph Voetberg area out of Bend or. Her and Amy Fox Singleton All parents Harry Raymond and of Chehalis Leah Voetberg Emma Viola Spencer Merklinghaus of Stanwood deter preceded her in Walter Fox of Rochester death. Deborah Bryson Cooper before the age of two her and Ronald Bryson both of family had located in the Spanaway also 27 great Centralia area. She grandchildren her sister attended Fords Prairie Lucille d. Lewis of Grade school and is a Centralia two Brothers graduate of Centralia High Daniel j. Deter of Yuba school. Her family was City Ca and Harry Milo close neighbors and Good deter of Caldwell id and friends of the Borst family numerous nieces and building their Home on nephews adjoining property which is visitation May be made part of the Centralia from 2 . To 7 . Junior High and Tiger wednesday at Newell stadium Complex. Hoerling a mortuary in 1937 she married r. Centralia which is in charge Floyd Bryson of Centralia of arrangements. Viola was a lifetime member a memorial service for of the Centralia first Church Viola Harriett Bryson will of the Nazarene where she begin at 11 30 . Served in missionary society thursday at first Church of functions women a the Nazarene Centralia ministries and taught with Rev. Mark Goodwin children a sunday and Bible officiating school classes. She also interment will precede the volunteered for Over 20 memorial service thursday years As a Gray lady for at 10 00 . At Mountain the american red Cross As View cemetery Centralia. Sterling Dean a skeet Richardson Quot in my. Dean Richardson sender is saturday Sterling a Dean skeet Richardson. 87. A Centralia resident since 1936. Died thursday. Dec. 6. At Liberty country place. Centralia. Richardson was born May 17, 1914. At Bertrand. Neb., to Jesse and Sophia Beck Richardson. He was reared and attended schools in Nebraska graduating from Elwood High school. Elwood neb. In 1936. Richardson came to the Centralia area where he worked As a Sawyer Tor various saw Mills in the area Tor Many years. His enjoyments were woodworking Bowling fishing and Hunting. On nov. 28. 1980. He married Sadie Marshall in Cen Bohu i Fly Watt amp teen Ploufe. Serving our Community since 1927 Thalia. His wife survives him at Home in Centralia. Also surviving Are three stepdaughters. Sherri elder of Stayton Ore., Vicki Christensen of Chehalis and Shelley Watson of Springfield Ore. Three Stepsons. Sam Marshall of Krum Texas Kenneth Marshall of Winlock and Ron Marshall of Centralia a brother Wayne of Adna 14 grandchildren numerous great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Remembrances May be donations to Liberty country place 917 s. Scheuber Centralia. Wash. 98531. Arrangements Are under the direction of Sticklin funeral Chapel Centralia. A a a a memorial service for Sterling Quot Dean a skeet Quot Richardson will begin at la . Saturday at Lighthouse Community Church Chehalis with the Rev. Robert Miller officiating. Pet j 748-3333 Call Chehalis West about the i month adjusted fee. Give your loved one the care they deserve. Chehalis West a your Home away from home99 Call Shari Ritter 360-748-9911 478 nov Quincy place Chehalis in every Loop every Day coldwell banker Kline amp Assoc. Making real estate real easy1m com leu. Ban mar la vhf Tucan to Tia amp mation so juices Low Cost cremation one Low Cost with dignity s 1-800-575-8823 i excellent value. Digital performance. 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