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Lyle News for Oct. 15

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Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

The Sundowners met at Plymouth State Park for a very cold and windy campout. A few brave souls endured the cold and played cards for a few hours, but some chose to return home a day early. The consensus was "Why are we enduring this cold when we could be home by the fire?"

Sunday, Oct. 18, is the Lyle United Methodist Church's "Homecoming and Gospel Celebration." Come share the joy in the renovations of the fellowship hall, and enjoy the music provided by many talented singers and musicians from around our area.

A great big thanks to Royce Osborn for the many volunteer hours he has given to repairing the leaking roof on the Lyle Activity Center. Jack Bryan has spent several days weed eating and cleaning the ditch along state highway 14 and in front of the building. Harry Moss donated about 25 chairs and the Methodist Church donated four good tables to the cause. Many others are quietly at work in the community also. Lyle is truly coming together to make this project work!

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. For table prices or other information contact Laurece Bonham at 365-2011 or Sandy Doolin 365-4485.

Those running for council positions are Terry Mills, Mildred Lykens and Juliet Pouillon. Elections will be held at the November meeting.

Excerpts from "Along the Mt. Adams Trail," by Penny and Bill Collier: "The Chin-ook-an, a linguistic family lived along the Columbia River from The Dalles to the Pacific Ocean. They were one of the seven nations of Indians which were located in Washington. Within the Chin-ook-an nation there were eleven tribes and twenty-seven sub tribes' the sub tribe Chil-luck-kit-e-quaw was located in the area from the White Salmon River to the Klickitat River. Within this sub tribe there were two settlements of Indians. These were the Smacksho and the Clat-a-cut bands. The Clat-a-cut band is called the Klickitat band at the present time."

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