Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Mildred Lykens, 365-0060
Barbara Sexton, 365-5374
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 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.
Remember to attend the Lyle Community Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 24, and vote for your council 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. To vote you must live in the Lyle Fire District. This is also the evening that the State Ecology Department, the KCPUD and other invited guests will be addressing the need for the new water/wastewater treatment plant for Lyle and the funding issues involved. Sen. Jim Honeyford will be among the dignitaries in attendance.
Condolences go to Wendy and Bill Hamm in the death of her father, Jim Albright, on Sunday, Nov. 16. Jim lived in Kent.
Community churches are Lyle United Methodist, 403 W Klickitat St., and Lyle Celebration Center, 715 Washington St.
Lyle history "Minutes from the Balch Ladies Aid -- June 21, 1927."
"Scripture reading, by Mrs. Freeman, Psalms 121. Mrs. Johnson led all members in repeating the Lord's Prayer. Minutes of the last meeting read and approved. New committees will be appointed at the next meeting. Motion made and seconded that a committee of one be appointed to call on Mrs. Windred. Mrs. Hewitt was appointed. Mrs. Freeman read the poem "Forget and Remember." Next meeting will be held at Mrs. Lester's. Visiting members were Mrs. McCutcheon, and Mrs. M. R. Hamm. Meeting closed by all repeating the benediction. Secretary Shirley Hamm."
An old law in Bellingham, Washington made it illegal for a woman to take more than three steps backwards while dancing!