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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 26, 2001, Centralia, Washington A5 a the chronicle Centralia Chehalis Wash., wednesday dec. 26, 2001local chronicle the chronicle is an evening newspaper published daily except sundays by Lafromboise newspapers inc. Lobby hours monday Friday 8am-5pm subscriber delivery information daily delivered by.5 30pm saturdays.7 30am Contact us to Start your subscription for vacation stops and late or missed deliveries Call our customer service representative monday through Friday 8am to 7pm, at 807-8203 or 1-800-562-6084, for further concerns Contact Randall Morrison circulation director at 807-8244 office location 321 n Pearl Centralia suggested subscription rates newsstand rate 50c Home delivery monthly.$10.75 3 months.$27.50 6 months.$49.25 1 year.$88.00 by mail to Washington amp Oregon monthly.$14.50 3 months.$43.00 6 months.$84.40 1 year .$164.80 by mail to All other states monthly.$16.85 3 months.$50.00 6 months.$98.10 1 year.$192.10 subscribers paying or three months or More Are subject to a $10 cancellation Lee for Early discontinuation of service Back issues limited copies of Back issues of the chronicle Are available at 50c per copy. Back issues greater than two weeks old Are $1 of per copy. Calling the newsroom for news tips corrections or Story ideas please Contact the appropriate person listed below. Executive editor Michael wagar.807-8224 local news editor Gordon maccracken.807-8234 sports editor Sam bakotich.807-8229 copy desk chief Chris thomas807-8228 photo editor Gary Cichowski 807-8209 a Story questions Kara klotz.807-8238 business news Amy Emerson .807-8231 City government health Paul alieva.�.807-8239 county government environment Brian mittge.807-8237 East Lewis county news Cap Pattison .497-7177 education religion Julie graham.807-8232 Graham @ Chr online. Com lifestyles Pat jones.�.807-8226 obituaries photo reprints Linda Stewart. 807-8225 opinion letters to editor Michael wagar.807-8224 outdoors Russ Mohney to Box 580, Centralia a 98531 police fire court Sharyn decker.807-8235 South Thurston county news Ron Hoss. 866-4063 South Lewis county news Laurie Hull 266-0330 Duffies Momy Yahoo com management publisher Dennis r waller.807-8200 controller Steve walker.807-8204 human resources director Rosie o�?Tconnor.807-8201 marketing director Tom May.807-8222 advertising manager Dulcey Lamotte .807-8248 circulation director Randall Morrison 807-8244 Cir. Marketing manager Jodi baker807-8215 classified customer service manager Carla Hardenbrook 807-8218 newspapers in education Paul crowner.807-8236 Crowner Chr online. Com production director Jeff Andersen. 807-8211 pressroom supervisor Dennis Beebe 736-3311 x 266 Beebe Chr online com distribution supervisor Becky criscola.736-3311 x 287 repress technology supervisor Jon bennett.807-8233 Jbennett Chr online com fax numbers advertising fax.736-1568 classified circulation fax. 807-8258 newsroom fax.736-4796 113th year 110th edition it paid circulation is audited and verified by the audit Bureau of circulations. A the chronicle is printed on rec acied paper obituaries Robert w. Quinn no services scheduled Robert w. Quinn a Mossyrock resident since 1984, died saturday dec. 22, at his Home. He was 79. Quinn was bom dec. 19, 1922, at twin Falls Idaho to Ross and Anna Emst Quinn. He was reared and attended schools in Seattle and Spokane graduating from High Edward w. Roberts of Olympia died saturday dec. 22 at the age of 77. Roberts was bom sept. 6, 1924, in Centralia to Edward c. And Martha Mattie Green. He grew up in Centralia graduating from Centralia High school. During world War ii Roberts served in the . Army in the South Pacific and was awarded the purple heart. After his military service he Centralia resident Howard Winfield Hanson 86, died saturday dec. 22, from cancer which he had for two months at Providence Centralia Hospital. Hanson was bom to John and Lydia u. Cox Hanson sept. 27, 1915, at Helmer Idaho. He moved to Lewis county when he was 6. During the past 80 years he lived in Chehalis Morton and Rochester and for the past five years in Centralia. After he met his future w Ife at a dance he and Eva Irene elder married aug. La 1937. Edward w. Roberts gathering set for january Howard Hanson 1987 memorial saturday were Robert w. Quinn school in Spokane. He then enlisted in the . Army serving during world War ii. Quinn returned to Washington and worked for Boeing co. For a time before returning to Spokane where he worked As a machinist for Continental baking co. For 30 years. Following his retirement the family moved to Lewis county. A member of St. Yves Catholic Church. Mossyrock he enjoyed taking trips to the Ocean gardening and various building projects. Edward w. Roberts attended what was then Pacific lutheran College Tacoma graduating with a degree in economics. He married Bertha h. Grunenfelder. They were later divorced. Roberts worked for a Short time at the state auditors office and then went to work for the Olympia brewery from which he retired after 34 years. A founding member of o Bee credit Union he served on the Board of trustees for Many years. He was also an Active member and officer of the teamsters Union and was a member of elks eagles veterans of foreign wars american legion and disabled veterans of America. He had organized a number of Howard Winfield Hanson they enjoyed travelling and especially enjoyed their trips to Alaska. His enjoyments were fishing and woodworking. He built the Hanson Mobile Home Park at Fords Prairie and was self employed owning Hanson electric for Many years. During his younger years Hanson was a logger and later became an electrician. From 1934 to 1936, Hanson worked for the civilian conservation corps at Packwood. Survivors include his son Larry Howard Hanson Centralia his Niece and caregiver Jan Lunsford Taylor Centralia his Brothers Bud Aberdeen Wayne Texas and his sister Laura Puyallup and Many cousins nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were Martha Hilda Petersen Norman p. Smith longtime Mineral resident Norman p. Smith 75, died from cancer saturday dec. 15, at the veterans Hospital Seattle. Smith was born March 28, 1926. In Tacoma. During the korean War Smith served in the . Navy. He worked As a Carpenter custodian school bus Driver and in the Timber Industry. His survivors said he was known As a hard worker. A member of Mineral presbyterian Church he served with the Volunteer fire department and held the office of fire commissioner. Smith was an Active member of american legion storm King Post 171, for 23 years and was a member of Mineral Lake Lions club for More than 40 years. He greatly enjoyed fishing at Mineral Lake and working on Many other Community projects. On dec. 29, 1951, he married his wife Dolores. She survives him at Home. Also surviving Are his daughter Debra a son. Ray two grandchildren a great granddaughter and several nephews nieces and cousins. His brother de Ellenburg and Cousin. Elmo Spahn preceded him in death. A a a a sender for Norman p. Smith will begin at 2 . Friday in Tahoma National cemetery ih600 . 240th, Kent with procession to assemble at the main Gate it of the cemetery at i to . Patricia Anne Voie Winlock resident Patricia Anne Voie died sunday dec. 23, at Providence Centralia Hospital. She was 59. She was bom july 6, 1942, to Bob and Edith cube and graduated from Boistfort High school in i960. She loved playing the piano cooking and being around people. She worked As a waitress at local restaurants. Her father preceded her in death. In addition to her Mother of Boistfort is survived by her husband Everett at Home sons Robert Stevens of Boist fort Richard Stevens or. Of saudi Arabia Mike Gus Danny and Tim Voie All of Winlock and Patrick of Oregon her daughter Missy Rimmer of Tacoma her sister Gail Dean of Chehalis 16 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Arrangements Are under the direction of Cattermole funeral Home Winlock. A a a a funeral for Patricia Anne Voie will begin at 11 . Thursday at Cattermole f funeral Home Winlock with the Rev. Rex Beresford officiating. Interment will follow in Boistfort cemetery. The casket will remain closed. Utah Ruth Cummins a memorial service for Utah Ruth Cummins who died nov. 30, will begin at i . Saturday at first Baptist Church Napavine. A potluck gathering for her family and friends will follow at the Church. Her Complete obituary appeared in the dec. 5 edition of the chronicle. Obituaries published in the chronicle Are free. Announcements of special services that accompany obituaries Cost $15. The chronicle reserves the right to edit obituaries to meet news guidelines. In 1972, he married Pauline Mills in Spokane. His wife survives him at Home in Mossyrock. Also surviving Are a son. James of parkridge 111. Two daughters Lynn Johnson of Las vegas nev., Lind Teresa Dunwoodie of Lincoln City Ore. La stepchildren 28 grandchildren and several great Gran Chi Idren. His sister. Betty Anderson died in August. No services Are scheduled for Quinn. Cremation arrangements Are under the direction of Sticklin funeral Chapel. Centralia. Centralia High school class reunions. His enjoyments were Moose Deer and Duck Hunting Salmon fishing and Clam digging. In his later years he enjoyed travelling and collecting Duck decoys. Survivors include his wife Lois Ramsey a sister. Mary r. Jewell of Kensington Calif. And three sons Michael e., Daniel a. And James we a All of Olympia. Remembrances May be donations to a Charity of the donors Choice. A gathering for his friends and family will take place in january. Cremation arrangements Are under the direction of american burial and cremation services Tumwater. His wife of 59 years and his three Young daughters Claudia Anne Donna Arlene and Linda Jeannette who died As the result of a House fire in 1943. Remembrances May be donations to american diabetes association. Pm 202/8205 Martin Way East Olympia Wash. 98516-5769 to the american cancer society to. Box 165, Chehalis Wash. 98532 or to a Charity of the donors Choice. Cremation arrangements were under the direction of Sticklin funeral Chapel Centralia. A a a a memorial service for Howard Winfield Hanson will l Egin at 2 . Saturday at Fords Prairie cafe Centralia with the Rev. Lam in non officiating. Private Inu rement was in Greenwood memorial Park Centralia. I an Fredar chests Arnica Mumm Beautiful Lane Cedar chests now on Sale starting $99 Selders Fine Home furnishings 220 legion Way be 357-5531 Martha Hilda Petersen died at her Home in Centralia thursday dec. 20. At the age of 96. She was born March 6, 1905, in Chehalis to Vernon c. And Nettie Ann Hager Peck. She had lived with her family in Eugene Ore., Central Idaho Eastern Washington and California before moving Back to Lewis county where attended Centralia High school. In the late 1920s, married Otto Anders Petersen. They lived in Centralia where was a homemaker. Martha Hilda Petersen service is Friday worked for a local nursing Home for several years. Her husband died nov. 26, 1987. Iii her younger years was president of Lincoln Grade school Parent teacher association. A past member of local Garden clubs enjoyed gardening. She was an 85-year member of first Christian Church Centralia. Survivors include her son Donald f. Of Olympia three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Arrangements Are under the direction of Newell Hoer Lings mortuary Centralia a a a a graveside service for Martha Hilda Petersen will begin at j . Friday in Mountain View cemetery Centralia with the Rev. Mark Post officiating. Come Home Tot Ccu rcwin6bunly in crr rur r to t tax t i -800-260-7898, Ric Kallender ext. 25s first mortgages a refinance construction a apply online 24-hours a Day no every a it every Day coldwell banker Kline amp Assoc. Making real estate real has 1 1 co Louie banker la of $20 per person # music by Shawnee Quot from 8 30-12 30 bar opens at 6 pm Midnight Brunch hours d oeuvres will be served celebrate the new year with us Reserve seating available Call 736-2435 or 748-9456 2501 be Kresov ave the grand new Corbet theatre at Centralia College celebrates a spectacular gala opening on saturday january 19, featuring the masterworks choral ensemble. Feel the excitement sense the extraordinary and hear the finest. Make plans now to be a part of history. Enjoy this once in a lifetime grand opening of Southwest Washington s newest and finest performing arts Complex. Tickets Are front Center $25 other seats $20 foundation reception begins at 7 ., in the lobby y for tickets please Call 736-9391, ext. Ill us of Banc of Chi Komi the private Bank o amp o pm this message Macle possible by a generous Grant from Union Bank of California foundation 7 Centralia College complies with Leoc guidelines

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