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Thanks for clean up help

Lyle News for April 25

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Lyle Newscasters

Joy Collins, 365-5102

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

The Dan Freys had a calf killed by two large dogs last week. This is a friendly reminder to those with dogs; you are responsible for any damage your dogs cause to livestock Owners should beware of where and what their animals are doing at all times.

There is a Celebration of ONENESS, a free Italian Unity dinner, April 28, at the Lyle Lions Club at 6 p.m. Call 365-6884 for more information.

The council wants to give the town of Lyle and the following a big thanks for this year's successful Annual Spring Clean Up -- Rabanco, Tri-County Disposal, Steve Crow and his juvenile crew, John Currie from J.C. Appliances in Goldendale, Lyle School District for allowing us to use the bus yard. A special thank you to the three Bs, Buster, Brad, and Bill. Also the following LCAC and Lions Club members, Don Brashers, Terry Mills, Darla Brashers, Jim Rutledge, Pam Essley, Glenda Lovejoy, Peter Lovejoy, Peyt Turner, Barbara Sexton and Joy Collins. Thanks to Jim Curl for the loan of the cream can for donations and Patty Elkins for the food and drink. If we missed thanking anyone, just remember how tired we were when we made out this list and forgive us. THANKS!!! Another year with six (6) dumpsters of trash leaving the community of Lyle!!!!

Lyle History: As published in the Ruralite September 1974.

"I tell you if we had more teachers like her nowadays there wouldn't be all this monkey business going on in schools," said Tim. "When we played hooky she was big and strong enough to give us a good licking -- and she did! I'll never forget when she picked up a checkrein from the livery stable near by, and snapped it around my ankles."

Tim was only able to stay in school thru the 4th grade. He well remembers driving cattle and pigs to market in The Dalles. When he was 17 he started working on the SP&S bridge repair gang. And he's had the reputation ever since of being a hard worker, and a fast one.

At one time he was "powder man" for Claude Knight who was sub-contracted to the PUD when it was putting in lines all over Klickitat County. "When you're putting up poles on solid rock there's no way but to blast with dynamite. But you couldn't beat me with a shovel, either," said Tim.

You'll notice that a turtle only makes progress when it sticks out its neck.


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