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Get Tickets For Murder Mystery

Lyle News for Nov. 6

By the

Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

mildred@gorge.net

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

madison@gorge.net

The Lyle Community Council's Nov. 24 meeting will host the State Ecology Department, PUD and other invited guests who will be addressing the need for the new water/wastewater treatment plant for Lyle and the funding issues involved. Please plan to come and support your council in its exploration for funding this project. Also on the agenda is the council board election, which will be for Position #6 with Pam Essley and Stefanie Boen both vying for your vote. Running unopposed for Position #4 is Terry Mills and Position #7 Mildred Lykens. Plan to attend this meeting and cast your votes for the council board.

This year's Pretender's play is "But Why Bump off Barnaby"? by Rick Abbott, produced by special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc. Your ticket will include a "Johnny's Cafe" catered meal and dessert, and the suspense of the "who dun it" mystery. Your ticket should be purchased in advance from any cast member, Gail Farris (509) 767-4070, Judith Shwader 365-2594, K. W. Walker (509) 637-0058. There is limited seating so get your tickets soon.

Shirley Jasperson took another tumble on Saturday and is in The Dalles Hospital. She would love to receive cards and in a few days calls from friends and neighbors.

Community churches are Lyle United Methodist, 403 W Klickitat St., and Lyle Celebration Center, 715 Washington St.

Lyle history from "The Lyle Pioneer, Special Edition 1978 -- Town of Lyle started as mail station in year 1859."

"SP & S Railroad construction was started in 1905 and 1910 CR & N Railroad became part of SP & S. The old town site of Lyle, which lay south of the newly constructed railroad, was purchased by SP & S and in 1909 the present town site was plotted. Steamboats ceased to operate on the Columbia River after the completion of the North Bank line."

Only two people signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, John Hancock and Charles Thomson. Most of the rest signed on August 2nd, but the last signature wasn't added until five years later.

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