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Lyle News for Oct. 3

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Lyle Newscasters

Joy Collins, 365-5102

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

A big community thanks to Oren Johnson for weed eating around the Lyle Welcome signs; also, to the Lions Club for trash pickup along highway 14 between the Chamberlain Rest Area and the tunnels east of Lyle. All of this contributes to a more attractive community.

September Sundowners Campout at Beacon Rock honored Shirley Tanner. Shirley has served as the group's secretary for over 20 years, kept many scrapbooks and albums of the club. At 91, she says she is going to retire. The Brashers and the Sorensens served homemade ice cream to the many members and guests. Guests included Jim and Charlotte Pimley and Steve and Gail Pimley, plus several drop in day guests. A climb to the top of Beacon Rock was one of the highlights of the campout.

October is the month that campaigning gets really serious. For your information the following nights and locations have been scheduled for Candidates' Nights in Klickitat County -- Oct. 7, Wishram, 7.p.m., at the school; Oct. 9, Trout Lake, 8.p.m., grange hall; Oct. 10, Dallesport, 7.p.m., school cafeteria; Oct. 14, Bickleton, 6:30 p.m., grange hall; Oct. 17, Klickitat, 6:30 p.m., music room at the school; Oct. 22, 6:30 p.m., Lyle, Lions Community Center; Oct. 24, White Salmon, 7 p.m., community library; Oct. 29, 7 p.m. Goldendale, PUD building. Hopefully, one or more of these nights and areas should fit into your schedule. Go and listen to the issues and answers and make an educated vote in November. Don't forget, if you are not a registered voter, pick up a form at The Monitor, post office, or Lyle Merc and let your vote count. If you don't vote, you don't have a voice so don't complain!

Just a Reminder:

The chip site is open for the summer.

Lyle Burn Ban is in effect.

October's Lyle Community Action Council meeting is Monday, Oct. 28. PUD will be the guest speakers.

Chile Cook-off between the county fire districts is Oct. 19 at the Lyle Park Place -- good chili, good company, good fun. Come and support this event.

November's council meeting will hold elections for three board positions. Barbara Sexton and Joy Collins are up for re-election and the vacant position has two candidates, Mildred Lykens and Pam Essley.

Lyle History as published in the Enterprise, July 6, 1967.

Lyle Pioneer History continuned as recounted for readers by Jesse A. Jewell: "When Lewis and Clark turned in their report to the President about being able to travel overland to the Pacific, mostly following the rivers, it created a new interest in the Oregon Territory. The report electrified the minds and fired the imagination of the adventurous -- a whole new empire to conquer, his for the taking, if only he were big enough to hold it. The slogan was: Go west, young man -- go west!

How old would you be if you didn't know how old you are?


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