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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON NOVEMBER 7,2012--A5 COMMUNITY "if these walls could talk" tells Lyle stories Some of the oldest families of the area were entertained with a presenta- tion of "If These Walls Could Talk" hosted by The Twin Bridges Museum with Barbara Mills as the hidden narrator. As one of the first buildings in Lyle it : was very enlightening and interesting to hear Lyle's his- Lyle News tory (either verbal from life- time residents or document- Mildred tykens ed facts) from its "eyes" on the hill, from the beginning to present day To extend the entertainment each attendee participated by taking turns describing their personal story of how, when and why their families came to be here. The evening was such a success that there are already plans for future repeated performances. Information from a reliable source stated that David Elkins declared that he is retiring from Skyline's Board of Commissioners and encouraged spread- ing the word, as Skyline will be looking to replace him. This source and I thought it might be nice to have another Lyle person on the board to repre- sent this neck of the woods. What do you say, readers? Got anyone out there that might feel they have what it takes to fill his shoes? Per- haps a visit to the hospital for an application will give you a foot in the door to this opportuni- ty Last call...The Lyle Holiday Bazaar is worth your visit whether you shop for yourself, your next door neighbor or special loved ones. A beautiful hand- made quilt will be raffled off and along with the large diversity of mostly hand- made crafty wares, there is sure to be unique items that will please some or all on your gift list. Of course there is al- ways baked goods, coffee, tea, cookies and goodies to munch as you shop so plan on Friday or Saturday Nov. 9 and 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, There's less than a week to reserve a vendor space with Laurece Bonham, call 365- 2011. Nov. 12 at 7 p.m., the OLESS are meet- ing at the activity center located on the corner of 3rd and Klickitat St. The doors are always open to visitors. If you have ideas in ways to improve Lyle and or its economy come to the meeting and share them. The annual board elections will be held during this meeting. Submit your news to: Mildred Lykens: 365-0060 - lykensme@embarq- Centerville " School plans new parent the i Chamber of Commerce, or contact Jennifer Arm- strong, by email,, or by phone, (360) 9214980. Veteran's day program Friday Billy and Alta Valdez are the proud grand- parents of three contestants at the Indian National Finals Rodeo being held in Las Vegas this week. Siblings Cheyenne and Jordan Dove, from Centerville, and their cousin Courtney Frazier, from Touchet, will travel to Nevada to compete at the South Point Casino Event Center. The INFR action is slated to begin on Nov. 6 and culminate with the final seventh go-round on Nov. 10. Three performances of Junior/Senior Finals will be held from Thursday through Saturday as well. Cheyenne is entered in breakaway roping in the Junior Finals; while her grandpa, Billy Valdez, narrowly missed qualifying in team roping for the Senior Finals! Jordan quali- fied in tie-down calf roping; and Courtney qualified in barrel racing and ladies break- away Best wishes to each of the Valdez' grandchildren at the 2012 INFR! Stay tuned next week for results. Klickitat County Relay for Life has sched- uled an organizational meeting in the Glen- wood School Library on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 6:30 p.m. The actual race will be held on Sept. Glenwood News Glenwood Homemakers 7, 2013. Funds generated from Relay for Life events benefit cancer research. For informa- tion regarding the meeting or race, please contact Kathy Dollarhyde at (509)773-6001. A Veterans Day program is planned for at the school on Fri- day, Nov. 9 at 8:15 a.m. in the gym. The community is invited to at- tend this annual event that teach- es our children about the brave men and women who have served our military. Just a reminder, there will be only a half day of school on Nov. 9; and no school on Nov. 12, in honor of Veterans Day Coming events: Nov. 12: TLG high school basketball prac- tice begins Nov. 13: Middle school basketball and high school cheerleader practices begin Nov. 14: Parent teacher conferences at the school Nov. 16: Movie night at the church 7 p.m. Free movie and popcorn - everyone is wel- come. Nov. 18: Community potluck Thanksgiv- ing dinner at the school 4 p.m. Need help with your gadget? Come to techno.night On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Friends of Mount Adams had their second annual sci- ence based conference about Mount Adams. This year the subject was the Flora and Fauna of Mount Adams. It was quite interest- ing to learn, among other facts, that the low land red fox occurring around Trout Lake is an eastern mi- grant, possibly ar- riving in the West as an escapee from fur farms. The only native fox in Washing- ton state is the Cascade Red Fox which lives at higher ele- vations on Mount Adams, Mt. Rainier and in the Goat Rocks Wilderness area. The conference was chock full of this and other interesting in- formation, the lunch was good and the chocolate cook- ies were superb. All in all worth the price. This week is election week, and the writer hopes that everyone voted in all elections that were held rang- ing from the national elec- tions to the local community council elections. Our vote gives us the power to move our government in the direction we want to see it Trout Lake go. If you don't News vote don't com- plain. Sarah Burr Next week in Arnold Trout Lake is going to be all about communi education and food. On Saturday, Nov. 10, the Trout Lake School Band is having its Fall Fling fund raising event. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m., the music by the high school jazz band with the White Salmon Jazz Band starts at 7 p.m. This event is always a gustatory and musical delight. The STUDIO 818 HAIR DESIGN Sherri Niemela , 10-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Evenings by ! appointment  773-6049 (541) 980-3688 Stiny Fd- Tue, Nov. 9- Nov. 13, 2012 Subject to change. Check Urn. daily. . t t.. e aes- - Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Naomle Harris 007 SKYFALL (PG.13) Friday - Tuesday 1:15 4:15 7:15 Tom Hanks, Hallie Berry, Jim Broadbent CLOUD ATLAS (R-17) Friday - Tuesday 2:00 7:00 WRECK-IT RALPH. 3D (PG) Friday - Tuesday 3:15 7:45 WRECK-IT RALPH - 2D (PG) Friday - Tuesday 1:00 5:30 HERE COMES THE BOOM (PG) Friday- Tuesday 1:45 4:30 7:20 TWILIGHT. MOVIE MARATHON All S Movies for $15.00 Starts Thursday, November 15, 2012 12:30 PM Details at theatre & OR facebook.comlcolu mblacinema tickets this year, designed by a high school student, are very visually bold and attrac- tive making it worth buying one just for the pleasure they bring. The tickets, which are on sale at the school, are $8 pre-sale or $10 at the door for adults and $6 pre-sale or $8 at the door for children. Then on Tuesday, Nov. 13, you are invited to come join us for TechoNight at the Presbyterian Church fellow- ship hall. Learn how to oper- ate that pesky electronic gizmo. Bring your cell phone, lap top, I-pad, Kindle, etc. Learn one-on-one from the young adults in our commu- nity WiFi is available. Pot luck at 6 p.m., TechoNight at 7 p.m. The next day, Wednesday, Nov. 14, the school holds its annual Community Feast in the multi-purpose room. Lunch will be served at two different times: 11 a.m. for kindergarten through fifth grade and family; noon for sixth through 12 th grades and family, Community mem- bers are welcome at any time. The Trout Lake Com- munity Club will provide turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, rolls, cranberry 'sauce and drinks. If you wish to attend please bring a dish to share. People with last names starting with A-L are to bring a side dish, people with last names starting with M-Z are to bring a dessert. Also everyone please bring a can or cans of food for the local food baskets. This warm and cheerful event, with good food (the commu- nity has a lot of good cooks) and good company (the com- munity has a lot of friendly people) is a very satisfying way to start the holiday sea- son. Mitchell and Roberson marry, Mitchell's son gives away the bride Steve Betten passed away unexpectedly He and his wife Dora live on Dot Road. His services will be Nov. 9 at the Bible Baptist Church, which is the old bowling alley building, in Goldendale at 11 a.m. He is survived by his wife Dora, two chil- dren Paula Jo and Steve Jr. also a sister Martha (Neal) Slater of Goldendale. Two houses are being removed on the Main Street of Bick- leton. The home of Wesley and Florence Rasmusson and the home of Vern and Irma Looney and it was also the home of Edie Burrus. The Roosevelt School hosted a huge Halloween party on Halloween night. A very large crowd showed up for fun, food and games. Susan Wright has another grand- Ada Ruth daughter. Addison James Wright was Whitmore born Oct. 28 in Richland to J. J. and Heather Wright in Richland. She joins sisters Destiny and Lillie. Ethel Read is her great-grandmother. Don and Dorothy Naught's three daughters had a Christ- mas party for them a bit early The girls Kit, Edna and Peggy all of Goldendale, brought Christmas dinner, sang Christmas carols to them and presented them with pictures of the three of themselves. The Naughts also have three sons. Barbara Mitchell and Cleo Roberson were married Oct. 6. The wedding was held in the new shop at Grandma Emma Schrantz's home in Cleveland: Lance Pattison of Salem, gave his mother away The groom expected his bride to come dressed in camo and she surprised him by coming down the aisle in a beautiful off white wedding dress. Guests came dressed in camo and were from far away places. Sons of the groom Scott and Todd from Grandview, Louise and Bob Barnes from Alaska, Claudie and Pam Roberson of Ephrata, Wayne and Debbie Robersonof Union Gap, members of Bar- baras family from Kennewick and numerous other friends. Sally Naught performed the ceremony Congratulations to you both. Legion offers vets free prime rib meal It's been a few years since we had a candidate running for Governor visiting in Goldendale, which was Dino Rossi. Rob McKenna who is currently our Attorney General but running for Governor stopped by on his R.V. tour of 29 towns in Wash- ington State last week. There was standing room only at the P.U.D. meeting room as McKenna summarized his candidacy during his hour long visit. There are many things being offered free this weekend be- cause of Veterans Day which is Sunday, Nov. 11. Washington State Parks are free the whole weekend of Nov. 10-12. The Discover Pass is not required to visit state parks on free days. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hear's announced today that it will waive day- Goldendale use fees for veterans, active and reserve component service members, and their families at the more than 2,400 USACE- Diana Notestine operated recreation areas nationwide on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2012. Another freebie for Veterans is at Maryhill Museum on Nov. 11, doors open free to Veterans. Maryhill Museum will be closing for winter on Nov. 15. The Goldendale American Legion Post 116 is serving up a free meal for all Veterans and their wives Saturday, Nov. 10 be- ginning with social hour from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Anyone can at- tend but if they are not a Veteran, the meal will cost $20 each. If you are a Veteran and out and about on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11, you might just ask if there is a discount wher- ever you go, whether it be a restaurant, park, retail store or bed & breakfast. Thank you to all Veterans of past and present for your ser- vice. Jack Bostick is back with his monthly weather stats and here is the update on the of October. The high temp. was 83.2 degrees on Oct. 1; The low temp. was 26 degrees on Oct. 6; mean temp. was 49 degrees; high wind gust 38 mph on Oct. 16; we had rain on 12 days totaling 1.75 inches; and precipitation for the calendar year was 12.32 inches. Join us to learn how you can live a Healthier Life from a realperson 00vith Diabetes who has walked in your shoes... Trudy Snawder is an AIC Champion. She knows first-hand the challenges and obstacles to maintaining control of diabetes. She will be speaking at Klickitat Valley Hospital to share her personal experience of living with diabetes. Trudy will talk about topics including: Achieving good glucose control Learning effective self-management Developing a balanced, healthy lifestyle Overcoming your fears about diabetes Trudy Snawder, A1C Champion "Hope is the most important thing I have to share. 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