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Chivalry is not dead

Lyle News for Nov. 12

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

Chivalry is not dead! Last week I had a flat tire at the post office, Jeff Bailey hopped out of his truck, grabbed his jack and a tarp to lay on in the rain and promptly changed it for me. Thank you sincerely! (Barbara)

At the Sundowners monthly luncheon at Spooky's this past Sunday there were eight members and three visitors. No officers were present so the meeting was cancelled.

Saturday, there once again were over a dozen volunteers at the "Lyle Activity Center." There were vacuums humming, hammers breaking out glass, mops being yielded and lots of visiting and catching up on events. The building is getting winterized, the windows being insulated until news ones can be installed, heaters cleaned and rooms readied for up-coming events. If you aren't involved in this endeavor you are encouraged to get involved. All greeted Lori Hull who has recently returned from a month's visit out of the country. Welcome back, you were missed!

The annual Lyle Ladies Holiday Bazaar will be held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and 14, at the Lyle Activity Center, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days. The OLEES will be selling tacos these two days to raise funds for the "Lyle Activity Center."

The Pretenders Dinner Theatre's last performance this year will be Nov. 14 and 15. You can purchase tickets at the Country Cafe, Klindt's Booksellers in The Dalles or Beneventi's Restaurant in Bingen. This dinner theatre is being catered by Beneventi's.

An opportunity for the community to learn about the Habitat Homes which will be built in Lyle will be on Sunday, Nov. 15. There will be a spaghetti dinner to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity from 5 to 7 p.m. and the cost is $5, seniors and children $4.

Speaking at the Lyle Community Council meeting on Nov. 23 will be Tom Wooding and Dana Scheffler on the subject of the formation of a Park and Recreation District for the White Salmon Valley. Council elections will also be held at the meeting. Those running for council positions are Terry Mills, Mildred Lykens and Juliet Pouillon.

Excerpts from Bingen Observer May 13, 1910; "Farmers Institute Held at Lyle -- Director A.W. Thatcher of the State College announces a Farmers' Institute at Lyle for May 28. There will be three sessions; morning at 10 a.m.; afternoon at 1:30 p.m.; evening at 8 p.m. Prof. Melander will lecture on "orchard pests," Mr. R.C. Ashby, superintendent of Farmers' Institute on "soil fertilities" and will also discuss live stock subjects."

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