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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 27, 2001, Centralia, Washington A5 a the chronicle Centralia Chehalis wash., thursday dec. 27, 2001local in Cluj Ronier 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 by5 30pm saturdays7 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$19210 subscribers paying or Bree months or More Are subject to a $10 cancellation fee 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 bakotich807-8229 copy desk chief Chris thomas.807-8228 photo editor Gary cichowski807-8209 a Story questions Kara Klotz 807-8238 business news Amy emerson807-8231 City government health Paul Ali Eva 807-8239 county government environment Brian mittge.807-8237 East Lewis county news Cap pattison497-7177 education religion Julie graham.807-8232 lifestyles Pat Jones a a. 807-8226 obituaries. Photo reprints Linda stewart.807-8225 opinion letters to editor Michael wagar807-8224 outdoors Russ Mohney to Box 580, Centralia a 98531 police fire court Sharyn decker.807-8235 South Thurston county news Ron Hoss my 866-4063 South Lewis county news Laurie Hull 266-0330 management publisher Dennis r waller807-8200 controller Steve Walker .807-8204 human resources director Rosie o connor.807-8201 marketing director Tom May.807-8222 Tmay in online com advertising manager Dulcey lamotte.807-8248 circulation director Randall morrison807-8244 Cir. Marketing manager Jodi baker.807-8215 classified customer service manager Carla Hardenbrook 807-8218 newspapers in education Paul crowner.807-8236 production director Jeff Andersen. 807-8211 Andersen Chr online com pressroom supervisor Dennis Beebe 736-3311 x 266 distribution supervisor Becky Criscola 736-3311 x 287 repress technology supervisor Jon bennett.807-8233 fax numbers advertising fax 736-1568 classified circulation fax 807-8258 newsroom fax736-4796 113th year 111th edition it paid circulation is audited and verified by the audit Bureau of circulations. The chronicle is primed on recycled paper obituaries Oscar Lee Swope a 25-year Centralia resident coming from Silverdale died Friday dec. 21, at Providence Centralia Hospital As the result of an extended illness. He was 91. Swope was born Oscar Swope gathering will he Iii Poulsbo Oscar Lee Swope oct. 7, 1910, in mount Vernon ark., to William r. And Mary f. Casteel Swope. Swope was a . Army Veteran having served during world War ii. Swope worked As a truck Driver in construction and had helped build the alaskan Highway. Formerly a self employed grocery store owner Swope also had been a partner in the Moclips tavern Agnes Creech paid obituary Candace Lynn Eddins Candace Lynn Eddins age 42, a current resident of Chehalis a died on saturday december 22, 2001 at Providence Centralia Hospital. She was born february 18, 1959 in Centralia a to Robert and Grace Blanksma Eddins. She is survived by her son Robert Street of Chehalis her Mother Grace Eddins of Centralia sister and brother in Law Debi and Jim Riley of Poulsbo a Niece Kelly Riley of Sidney Australia Nephew Brett Riley of Sidney Australia and two uncles and one aunt. She was preceded in death by her father Robert Lee Eddins in 1978. A memorial service will be held on saturday dec. 29, 2001 at 2 00pm with reverend Alta Smith officiating at Newell Hoerling a Chapel Centralia. Cremation arrangements Are under the care and direction of Newell Hoerling a Chapel Centralia. Donations to the animal support foundation to Box 1453, Centralia a 98531. Paid obituary Jessie Arrington Jessie Glendora Arrington was called Home to the lord on Friday december 21, 2001. She was 87 years old. Born april 14, 1914, at Agate a she was the ninth child of Joseph Greenbury and Martha Matilda Arrington who had come to Lewis county in 1904 from Waynesville no. The family moved to be Ell in 1920, having previously lived in Calville Reynolda and Mccormick. In 1922, Jessie returned to Agate to stay with an older sister and finish the eighth Grade. Because of sickness she did no to go on to school when she came Back to be Ell. Jessie gave her heart to the lord at the age of ten. She was a member of the Assembly of god Church in be Ell and served As the Secretary treasurer of sunday school for 42 years. In 1943, Jessie began working As a clerk at the be Ell Post office. She worked there for 33 years retiring in 1976. She also volunteered at the be Ell Thrift shop. Jessie lived in be Ell with her sister Cordie. They loved each other very much and often went on trips. Cordie enjoyed working outside with the Flowers but Jessie liked housework. After Cordies death Jessie remained in be Ell for ten years before moving to Woodland estates retirement Community in 1995. In june 2001, Jessie moved into Chehalis West assisted living and eventually to Liberty country place after several Brief stays in the Hospital. Though never married Jessie had Many a a children consisting of nieces nephews and grand nieces and nephews. She loved children and family. She also enjoyed her friends in be Ell and at Woodland estates. Some of her favorite things included Reading attending football and basketball games and Community concerts and events and learning to ride a Bike when she was Over 50 years old. She also enjoyed attending the annual family reunion at Rainbow Falls state Park. Survivors include her sister Betty Arrington of Chehalis and numerous nieces nephews grand nieces and nephews cousins and friends. Jessie was preceded in death by her parents five Sisters and four Brothers. Prior arrangements were made under the direction of Brown mortuary in Chehalis for immediate internment at Claquato cemetery Chehalis. At Jessie a request a remembrance will be held at the Arrington family picnic july 19, 20, and 21, with a potluck dinner on sunday july 21, at Rainbow Falls group Camp. All Are invited to attend and share their memories of Jessie. Before working in numerous grocery stores in the Bremerton area. Swope was a member of the steadfast masonic Lodge and of the Philathea chapter. Order of Eastern Star both in the Bremerton area. Swope was preceded in death by his wife Melba who died in 1990, and by two Brothers Bill and Everett Swope. Survivors include a daughter. Danielle r. Chappie Poulsbo two grandchildren a great granddaughter and numerous nieces and nephews. Remembrances May be donations to the american diabetes association to. Box 2680, North Canton Ohio 44720. A family gathering will be held later in Poulsbo. Cremation arrangements Are under the direction of Newell Hoerling a mortuary Centralia. Goldie s. Petrie a memorial service for Goldie s. Petrie a Chehalis resident since 1945. Will begin at 3 . Saturday in the Chehalis United methodist Church. Petrie 90, died thursday dec. 20. In Providence Centralia Hospital. A Complete obituary appeared in Friday s edition of the chronicle. Wesley Allen Scott Wesley Allen Scott a former Centralia resident died monday dec. 24, in a Federal Way Auto Accident. He was 43. Scott was bom aug. 27, 1958. In Russell kan., to Donald and Iva Lake Scott. A 1976 Centralia High school graduate Scott was an Eagle scout. After working with the Union Pacific Railroad for several years Scott moved to Seattle to work in construction. Scott loved music and playing the guitar. Survivors include three sons. Van Scott of san Diego Sean Scott of Seattle and Matthew Scott of Federal Way a sister Debbie Scott Puyallup two Brothers. Doug Scott. Roy and Britt Scott Rochester his father Don Scott Redmond and his Mother Iva Jamerson Rochester. Cremation took place under the direction of Newell Hoer Ling s mortuary. Centralia. A a a a memorial service for Wesley Allen Scott will begin at to . Friday in the Centralia Community Church of god with the Rev. Darcy fast officiating. Obituaries published in the i chronicle Are free. Announcements of special services that accompany obituaries Cost $15. The chronicle reserves the right to edit obituaries to meet news guidelines. Agnes Creech 88, a Cooks Hill Manor resident since 1999, died tuesday dec. 25, in Centralia. Bom nov. 19, 1913, in Caldwell Idaho to Justus William and Mabel Hogan Momberg Creech graduated from Caldwell High school and went to work for . Woolworth co. In 1947, while working at Washington Coop in Vancouver wash., she married Paul Creech. In the Early 1950s, she and her husband moved to san Jose calif., where Creech worked As a Secretary at what was then san Jose state College. In 1970, the breeches moved to Newport. Ore., where they enjoyed their retirement years. Creech a survivors describe her As a an outgoing and charming lady with a wonderful sense of she enjoyed family and friends and especially sharing with others. Creech was preceded in death by her husband. Paul by two Brothers and by three Sisters. Survivors include a sister. Rosa Clark Lebanon Ore. Her caregivers Ron and Mary Ann Creech and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held later. Cremation arrangements Are under the direction of Newell Hoerling s mortuary Centralia. 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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. For tickets please Call 736-9391, ext. Ill a a Bank or Cura i it a the private Bank this message made possible by a generous Grant from Union Bank of California foundation -7 Centralia College complies with Leoc guidelines Halls Quot quo Tim 1805 Cooke a Hill Centralia 505 s. Towery across from Providence Hospital Centralia a 736-3301 736-0703 Pride mazzy your insurance May cover some or All of the Cost

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