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VOLUME X EUGENE, OREGON - APRIL 1950 NO. 4
Your Obsidian Trips Committee lists below the Trips for the 1950 hiking season; the extent of your approval of this schedule will be indicated by how many you take. Hikes of various degrees of difficulty have been worked out, so all may have an opportunity to see more of our beautiful Oregon scenery. Assistant leaders will be chosen later; the leader in charge is indicated in the present schedule. If you are interested in any particular trip listed, and would like to assist, please contact any member of the Trips Committee.
We should always remember that many people have their first contact with the Obsidians, on one of these trips. It is then that they note the friendliness for which the Obsidians are noted. Both the leaders, and any other club members, should invite their friends to go with us on our trips.
Arlene Keasling phone 4--5803
Thelma Watson " 5-5496
Wayne Bailey " 7-7069
Clarence Scherer " 4-5692
G. H. Jack, Chairman " 4-2127
A pocket size schedule, of both Trips and Climbs, will be printed and distributed soon.
TRIPS SCHEDULE, 1950
Trips Marked Q Are Qualifying
16. JASPER HILLS. Dorr Hamlin, leader. A few miles beyond Jasper; a short hike, and a good view of Pleasant Hill country.
26. TWIN BUTTES. Margaret Markley, leader. A few miles S.W. of Brownsville.
30. SEAVEYS BUTTE. Wilma Rodman, leader. In the Coburg Mts.; a good view of Eugene and west towards Fern Ridge Lake. Flowers will be out at this time.
7. SILVER CREEK FALLS. Roxie Waldorf, leader. A short hike along Silver Creek, past beautiful falls; at end of hike, a potluck dinner.
14. MOTHERS DAY
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