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Reserve Your Spot Of Yard Sale Map

Lyle News for March 8

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

mildred@gorge.net

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

madison@gorge.net

Have you noticed the bright green flyers around town? Check them out and you will see the signup date to have your spot marked on the 13+ Yard Sale Map.

The deadline to get on the map is April 15. The sale will be June 9 and 10. If you are planning to have a sale, join in with others and set up in the park on the old school grounds. Call Joy Collins at 365-5102 to reserve your location on the "Official Map."

Visitors to Mildred's are her brother Edward Lykens and his wife Jan from Tennessee. They were unable to be here in time for Larry Sorensen's funeral but have been visiting with sisters Mildred and Mary for several days. It is fun to hear stories Edward has to share of his growing up in Lyle.

Speakers at the council meeting last week were Tim O'Neill our prosecuting attorney, Craig Juris, the chief criminal deputy prosecutor and Eric Warren, supervisor of child protective services in Klickitat County. Warren spoke on the "Child in Crisis Center" that is being planned for Lyle; O'Neill and Juris came to answer any questions the citizens of Lyle might have of the prosecutor's office. Questions varied from missing dogs, burglary, NSF checks, meth abuse, counterfeit bills, evicting renters, child abuse, selling liquor to obviously intoxicated customers, to autopsies. It was also noted that a new prosecutor David Quesnell has been hired. It was a very interesting meeting.

Changes are coming to the United Methodist Church. 403 Klickitat St. Beginning March 4, services will begin at 10 a.m. The Bible Study will be on Wednesday mornings from 10:30 to noon. March 24, visitors are encouraged to attend and share a Clown Ministry from Yakima which will be doing a Communion Service. Everyone is welcome to share any and all of the services.

Early history of the Lyle area (author unknown) -- "Oct. 28, 1805 with their canoes loaded they set off about 9 a.m.. They had already found that the Indians at Celilo Falls had muskets, swords and several brass tea kettles. Coastal Indians must have traded from the ships passing up the Pacific Coast. Through trade with other Indians three metal objects reached the Indians in the interior."

"Three Indian villages were encountered from The Dalles to the Klickitat River. The expedition was given berries, hazel nuts, pounded fish and bread made from roots."

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