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Breakfast Earned $1,600 For Victims

Lyle News for Sept. 29

By the

Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

mildred@gorge.net

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

madison@gorge.net

The Lyle Lions would like to thank everyone who attended the Hurricane Katrina Breakfast and for their generous donations. The breakfast earnings and the donations totaled $1,600. It has been sent to help the Hurricane Katrina victims.

A big thanks goes out to Les Haarstad for the donation of two glass cases to the Lyle "Museum" and to Dean Oldenburg, Mindy Robersen, and Kacee Vaughn for assisting in moving them to the museum location. A third glass case was purchased in White Salmon and Glenn Wood was kind enough to pick it up and deliver it. As you can see the community is coming together in the preparation for the preservation of Lyle history.

Judges are being chosen, the Grand Marshal of choice has accepted. You can get your parade entry form at The Merc, the restaurant, or at the espresso shop. Children are you planning your Halloween Costume? Remember you can be in the parade and we encourage you to enter the annual costume contest. All this is in readiness for the annual Chili Cook-off on Oct. 29.

Council elections will be held at the November meeting. The open positions are: 2, 3, and 4. Incumbents Joy Collins and Barbara Sexton have declared their intent to run again. Fill-in Mike Saylor has declared his intent to run for position #2. Others are welcome to run also. If you are interested, you must be a resident of Lyle for at least six months, a registered voter in Klickitat County and must declare their intent at least 60 days in advance of elections.

Churches in Lyle are United Methodist, 403 Klickitat St, and Lyle Celebration Center, 715 Washington St.

Excerpts from Lyle News Nov. 23, 1922 (paper unknown) -- "Mrs. L. H.Youngs entertained the Balch Ladies' Aid at an all-day meeting last Thursday. They completed all the work for their bazaar, which will be held at the grange hall next Saturday, Nov. 25th."

"The Koop Company is shipping out a few carloads of apples from Lyle, as the price of apples advanced some."

"A.S. Johnson is hauling lumber to complete the house he's building on his farm two miles northwest of town."

"Wm. Robertson has completed a frost-proof apple house, and is now building a garage and implement shed on the fruit ranch of E. Newbigen in Happy Hollow."

Ever stop to think, and forget to start again?

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