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Volume IV Eugene, Oregon, September-October, 1941 No. 5
Annual Business Meeting To Be Held October 7
Dinner To Precede Business Session
The Annual business meeting of the Obsidians, Inc. will be held Tuesday, October 7, at the Fairmount Presbyterian Hall, 1507 Villard.
The meeting will start with dinner, at 6:30 p. m., price 65 cents. It is necessary that all those planning to attend, make their reservations by noon of October 4. Make reservations by calling Mrs. Ray Sims, phone 1798-J.
Dinner will be followed by the business meeting at which time the Board of Directors will make their various reports on the year’s activities, and the new Board of Directors will be elected. From the following list of 14 members, 6 men and 3 women are to be chosen:
Dr. O. R. Gullion
J. Dorr Hamlin
Ray B. Boals
Blanche Osborn, Marion Hayes, Florence Sims, Thelma Watson.
Only paid up members will be eligible to vote, and dues will be payable at this time to the secretary, Blanche Osborn.
An interesting feature of the evening will be a talk by guest speaker, Mr. W. M. Tugman (Ajax McGurk), one of the founders of the club.
The Annual Picture Contest will be varied this year—all members will participate in the judging; so come early and cooperate.
“Show me your God!” the doubter cries.
I point him out the smiling skies;
I show him all the woodland greens;
I show him peaceful sylvan scenes;
I show him Winter snows and frost;
I show him waters tempest-tossed;
I show him hills rock-ribbed and strong;
I bid him hear the thrush’s song;
I show him flowers in the close—
The lily, violet, and rose;
I show him rivers, babbling streams;
I show him youthful hopes and dreams;
I show him stars, the moon, the sun;
I show him deeds of kindness done;
I show him joy, I show him care,
And still he holds his doubting air,
And faithless goes his way, for he
Is blind of soul, and cannot see!
—John Kendrick Banks
Don Woods and family of San Jose, California, while on their vacation through Arizona, were caught in a cloud-burst and lost their car and most of their personal belongings.
They were compelled to sleep out in the storm one night, with every thing wet and next day walk through mud a foot deep, barefooted, 14 miles to an Indian Village.
Come Early, See Pictures, Judge Them Yourself
Camera fans, artists, photographers—your time has come.
Prizes in the Obsidian picture contest, as usual an important part of the Annual meeting of the Club, will be awarded this year by popular ballot—So all are asked to come at 6 instead of 6:30, to give more time for voting on and enjoying the pictures.
Rules are as follows
1. Any member of the club may submit pictures which have been taken during summer or winter outing, or on Obsidian trips between October first, 1940, and October 5th, 1941.
2. All pictures must be 5 in. by 7 in. or larger. May have mat finish, or unframed with mat mounting and may be colored or black and white.
Entries By Oct. 5
3. All pictures to be entered in this contest must be in the hands of the committee by October 5th.
4. Each picture must have the following information attached title, date taken, class in which it is to be entered, name of entrant must be enclosed but not attached to pictures.
Prizes will be given for each of the following classifications: Landscape, Snow Scenes or Skiing, Nature, Human Interest.
Special prizes will be awarded for the best group of 6 colored slides. Committee in charge, Helen K. Kilpatrick, J. Ed Turnbull, Olga Mortensen.
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