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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 18, 2001, Centralia, Washington Local news in Brief in the creasing along to be held at Library Centralia Timberland Library will present a Holiday sing along Friday afternoon for All Ages. With her guitar and son sheets. Gloria Burton will Lead seasonal songs and favorite carols from 1 30 to 2 30 . Those who wish to will have the Opportunity to sing in front of the audience. Fiends of Centralia Timberland Library sponsor the program. / in the Northwest student loses Battle for rat photo Salem. Ore. Apr a High school senior who fought to be photographed with her pet rat for the school yearbook has been overruled by school District officials who supported her principal decision to reject the picture. Kathleen Hanneman. The districts director of secondary education. Said she carefully considered Sarah Ball arguments studied previous yearbooks and reviewed school and District policy before making her decision. A the key element was that in our policy. The school principal is the editor and publisher of All school Hanneman said. Ball Mother. Lori Mcmichael. Said Shell support whatever decision her daughter beat thefts burglaries and vehicle prowls a on dec 14 at 5 30 . Lewis county sheriffs deputies responded to a report of a burglary at Oakwood Homes a business on Hamilton Road South of Chehalis. A display Home was broken into and end tables a bed set and a sofa were removed. The stolen items had an estimated value of $2,300. A Thurston county sheriffs deputies Are investigating a vehicle prowl that occurred Friday at the intersection of Anderson Road and state route 12 the owner of a red 1995 Chevy pickup with Washington License plate 28131z ran out of Gas at 4 ., locked the truck and left when he returned to it at 8 ., he found the Driver Side rear cab window had been broken causing an estimated $300 Worth of damage a compact disk player Worth $600, an amplifier Worth $300 and two speakers Worth a total of $400 were missing a a purse Backpack and clothing were reported missing from a vehicle in the parking lot of the Church of the Nazarene in Centralia on nov. 6. A a Wallet Raincoat and clothing were reported missing from a vehicle in the 900 Block of b Street saturday a a purse was reported missing from a vehicle parked at Greenwood memorial Park. 1822 Van Wormer ., in Centralia on saturday. A sometime Between 8 a in. And 5 30 . Monday someone broke into a Home and stole All the Christmas gifts according to the Lewis county sheriffs office. The loss from the 2200 Block of state route 508 near Toledo was estimated to be is .375 and included a new camera and a did player. A someone stole a $4,000 Diamond ring and two other jewelled rings from a Home on the 18000 Block of Wakly Lane Southwest in Rochester monday according to the Thurston county sheriffs office incidents a police were called about 2 45 this morning to the 2000 Block of North Pearl Street in Centralia a Power pole was sheered off at the base and leaning against the Power lines. Police Are investigating the a Patrick James Hughes 40, Centralia was arrested and booked into the Lewis county jail today for suspicion of unlawful Possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine and delivery of methamphetamine a Timothy l. Baxter. 37, Centralia was arrested and booked into the Lewis county jail monday for suspicion of violation of the uniform controlled substance act with intent to deliver resisting arrest and criminal county jail a inmate population in the main facility As of this morning 124 men and 23 women. There Are 136 Beds in the jail. Staying in the separate facility known As the work ethic restitution Center Are 28 people some of whom Are on work release some of whom Are a work offender labourers a a seventeen people Are on electronic Home monitoring and six Are on Day reporting. In the past 24 hours 14 people were booked into the jail and 11 were released. A a a a a information published in Pollee heal is compiled by the chronicle stall from the official lots and records of us Al police agencies. Of you Lune any information about any of these incidents Call crime stoppers Al Hoo 74h-0422lotterieswashington�?Tmonday games Lucky Lor life 17-33-43-51 Keno 8-12-19-22-24-26-29-31-36-38-44-47-48-52-54-60-65-69-73-74 daily game 0-4-2oregon�?Ttuesday games win for life 1-19-71-75 megabucks 1-2-17-21-40-41 pick 4 0-4-9-2ivietal prices Gold $278.85 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote a Silver $4.44 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 Al 807-8224. Between 8 a in and 5 monday through Friday Philip a. Morrow . A Mac Mcdaniel Philip a. Morrow 71. A 15-year Onalaska resident died Friday. Dec. 14. Morrow was bom oct. 21, 1930. At Elma to Manley and Francis Parnell Morrow. He was reared in Olympia and Seattle graduating from Highland High school in 1949. A Veteran of the u. S. Army serving for 31/ years. Morrow moved to Midway following his military service where he worked for More than 30 years As a craftsman for Boeing co. In May 1974. He married Naomi Worland Kourey. They lived in Kent for awhile settling in Federal Way. In 1986. They retired to Onalaska. An avid Fisherman he also enjoyed golfing Bowling and Coin collecting. A member of Forest Grange he was a former member of Seattle Moose Lodge. Survivors include two Hill Brothers. Dennis e. Callison of Auburn and Jim Callison of Milton a half sister. Nancy Guinda of Newport news. A a Stepson. De Koury of Seattle a stepdaughter. Karen Laursen of Alaska two Ste grand children and a Ste great grandchild. Arrangements Are under the direction of Brown mortuary serv ice. Chehalis. A a a a memorial service for Philip a. Morrow will begin at i . Saturday at Brown mortuary service. Chehalis. Private Inu rement will follow. Margaret Linne Doyle Simon Margaret Linne Doyle Simon. A Centralia resident since 1946. Died saturday. Dec. 15. At Providence Centralia Hospital. She was 81. Bom May 15. 1920. At Baker City. Ore. It Marshall and Jennie Lahar Young she enjoyed doing needlework gardening and growing Flowers. On aug. To. 1991. She married James Simon and they lived in Centralia. Her memberships included first presbyterian Church order of Eastern Star daughters of the Nile Zonta International Akita club and Federated women business club. In addition to her husband at Home in Centralia she is survived by two sons. Bill Doyle of Bellevue. And Mike Doyle of Centralia four stepdaughters. Kathleen Helm of Spokane. Karen of Fairbanks. Alaska. Eileen Winstead of Vancouver. Wash., and Brenda Tweed of Kentucky three step Margaret Simon senile e is wednesday sons. Kenneth of Plentywood. Mont. Arthur of Laurel Mont., and Stephen of Billings Mont. And numerous step grandchildren and Ste great grandchildren. Simon was married to Merritt Doyle for 40 years when he died dec. 7. 1984. Memorials May be donations to american heart association. 4414 Woodland Park ave. N., Seattle Wash. 98103 alzheimer a association 12721 30th. Ave. a. Suite 101, Seattle. Wash. 98125 or to knights Templar Eye foundation inc., 5097 n. Elston ave., suite too Chicago. 111. 60630-2460. Arrangements Are under the direction of Newell Hoerling mortuary. Centralia. A a a a funeral for Margaret Linne Doyle Simon will begin at i . Wednesday at Newell Hoerling mortuary Centralia with the Rev. Leonard Showal Ter and order of Eastern Star officiating. Private interment will follow in Mountain View cemetery Centralia. A reception for her family and friends will follow at the masonic Hall Centralia. W l. A Mac Quot Mcdaniel died at the age of 89 wednesday dec. 12, at his Home in Centralia. Mcdaniel was born aug. 25. 1912, in Lynden. His wife of 63 years Iona Belle died in 2000. Survivors include his children. Mick of Seattle. James of Lynnwood Iona Lund of Kingston Bobbie of Marblehead. Mass., and Patrick of Sedro Woolley 12 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Memorials May be donations to grand Lodge off amp am of Washington or Shriner Hospital 3101 . Sam Jackson Park Road Portland orc 97201. Arrangements Are under the direction of Bonney Watson Washington memorial. Seatac a a a a funeral for . A a Mac Mcdaniel will begin at to a in Friday at Bonney Watson Washington memorial 16445 Pacific Highway s., Seatac. Velma Oleta Mathews Velma Oleta Mathews 92, a 65-year Lewis county resident died monday dec. 17, at Rosary Manor skilled nursing facility Centralia. She was bom july to 1909. At Cheney okla. Of Quot and grew up at a a Shattock okla., graduating from Shat Velma Mathews Tock High be Nice is school in 1927. Thursday on May 4. 1930. She married Albert l. Mathews in Woodward. Okla. They settled in Canadian Texas living there from 1930 to 1936, when they moved to Chehalis. During world War ii. Mathews worked at the Boeing Plant in Chehalis. Following the War. She worked for French cleaners and As a sales clerk for . Penney co. Inc. And coast to coast store. Her memberships included Chehalis Rebekah Lodge Pine Burr Rebekah Lodge 300 order of Eastern Star. Chehalis chapter 3 and first Christian Church. Chehalis. In 1975, she moved to Ethel and joined the Onalaska Community presbyterian Church and Ethel Royal neighbors. Her enjoyments were Cro Cheting travelling Bowling and watching the Seattle mariners baseball team. Her husband of 45 years preceded her in death As did her parents two Sisters Lorraine Arrington and infant Gladys Brothers Kenneth Lee. Joe. Walt and Lonnie Hull and a great grandson. Ronald Grant. Survivors include two daughters Dorothy Miller of Westport and Louise Wilson of Ethel a sister. Betty Adams of Chehalis three Brothers Vernon Hull and Glen Hull both of Chehalis and Royce Hull of Centralia six grandchildren nine great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Memorials May be donations to the Community presbyterian Church of Onalaska or to a favorite Charity. Visitation May be made from 9 . To 5 . Wednesday at Brown mortuary service. Chehalis which is in charge of arrangements. A a a a memorial service for Velma Oleta Mathews will begin at i . Thursday at Sticklin funeral Chapel Centralia with the Rev. Gerald Allen officiating. Private interment will be in Sunset memorial gardens Chehalis. A reception for her family and friends will follow in Stickling hospitality room. Paid obituary a resident of Evaline since 1941, Marjorie Mckee Wilson died at Home at the age of 92 on saturday december 15, 2001. She was born in Tacoma on february 25, 1909 to Harry James and Agatha Birdie Welch. She had an older sister Juanita and two younger Brothers Norman and Norton Pat Welch All of whom preceded her in death. She was born prematurely and in later years frequently recounted the Story that the doctor just put her in a Box of hot rocks. Though the technique was primitive it obviously worked because she outlived All of her close relatives. She grew up on a 10-acre farm in Tacoma near what is now 74th and a streets her father worked As a Carpenter constructing buildings at numerous mines and lumber Mills in the Cascade Foothills. Her Mother who had been a teacher in the Bald Hills area near Yelm tended the farm and did most of the rearing of Marjorie and her siblings. Marjorie had trouble getting into the first Grade because the teacher thought she was too Young due to her Small stature. The teacher was eventually convinced that she was indeed six years old. She attended several elementary schools due to their fathers work. She was Able to skip the 7th and go directly from the 6th Grade Marjorie Mckee to the 8th Grade. She graduated from Lincoln High school in Tacoma after Only 3-1/2 years. She attended College of puget sound now ups. For 2-1/2 years studying pre Medicine then went to work at the children a orthopaedic Hospital in Seattle As an assistant nurse. She worked for the olympic ice Cream parlor in Tacoma for nearly three years while she was going to College. Before she went to work at children a orthopaedic Hospital she had just received a raise and promotion to head person taking orders for ice Cream. The Dean of the College caught her working at the ice Cream parlor and told her that she was working too Many hours in addition to attending a full schedule of College classes. She worked for children a orthopaedic Hospital for 10 years. She took a leave of absence from the Hospital to do bookkeeping for her uncles Sawmill business in the Bald Hills near Yelm. He owned three sawmills and a logging outfit. She found the called a a bookkeeping in shoe boxes. She had to sort out the paperwork. She was the office person receptionist and bookkeeper and later was even the Camp Cook for a while. She had been dating William a a Bill Wilson for Over a year before they got married. At that time in 1939, she had the Opportunity for a 4-year scholarship at . Elizabeth a Hospital in Washington d c. She was packed and ready to head there but she was talked out of it by her parents and others. She and Bill raised four sons Dennis Dale Doug and Dean on the Wilson family farm near Evaline after moving there from the Bald Hills in 1941. Marjorie was a devoted Welch Wilson housewife and Mother after she was married doing All of the inside work while Bill and the boys did most of the outside work. The family always had a Large Garden and Marjorie was always Busy during the summer and fall months freezing and Canning fruits and vegetables. She entered some of her canned goods such As relishes and jams in the Southwest Washington fair and received Champion ribbons on them. She also sewed much of the family clothing in the Early years. During her a retirement years she made Many stuffed animals for children and grandchildren. Many of her sewing handicrafts were entered into state Grange contests winning special awards. Marjorie was an Active member of the Hope Grange since 1953, where she served As Secretary lecturer and Matron of the Hope Junior Grange. She was also a 4-h Leader for Over 20 years. Her participation in both organizations helped to extend the duration of the Winlock 4-h amp Fra fair. The fair was almost cancelled after losing the use of the Winlock Community Center grounds to hold it. She persuaded the Grange to allow it to be held on their grounds and persuaded Bill to Cut the lumber for and construct the cattle tie Racks sheep pens loading ramps and Chicken cages for the fair. In recent years she organized the grangers main fund raising activity of operating a Coffee Stop at the Toutle rest area on i-5 for a couple weekends each summer. She has also served for Many years on the Evaline precinct election Board. She was dedicated to that activity that she postponed surgery to the Day after what was ultimately the last election that she worked in september 2001. She loved what she referred to As the a Good music from the 30�?Ts, 40�?Ts, and 50�?Tand listened to her cousins husband Tubby Clark play the piano on his weekly radio show. She also loved watching the Lawrence Welk shoe on to every saturday night. She especially loved her Flowers roses dahlias peonies rhododendrons azaleas Fuchia hanging baskets and her Flower Box was always Blooming with tulips daffodils pansies petunias impatiens or geraniums. Her pet Peeve was finding Kittens using either her Flower Box or the Strawberry Patch As their own private playground and restroom. She was preceded in death by her husband Bill who died in 1998. She is survived by her sons and daughters in Law Dennis and Audrey of Pullman Dale and Elaine of Everett Doug and Marian of Evaline and Dean of Forks seven grandchildren Erie Richard Lanna Robert and Vicki Wilson Susanne Duren Wendy Rand three step grandchildren Susan Garoutte John Richied and Mary Sabin and seven great grandchildren Jenna Travis and Austin Richied Zachary and Alex Garoutte Lottie and Cassandra Duren. Remembrances can be donations to the Evaline scholarship fund first Community Bank . Box 368, Winlock a 98596. Services will be on saturday december 22nd at 100 . At the Winlock methodist Church with Rev. Charles Eaton officiating. Services Are under the direction of Cattermole funeral Home in Winlock. Interment will follow at the Winlock cemetery

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