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VOLUME XI EUGENE, OREGON - SEPTEMBER 1951 NO. 8
Trips For Fall
SEPT. 16 - MYSTERY TRIP George Korn, Leader. Don't miss this...You'll enjoy it ...SEE STORY ON PAGE 6.
SEPT. 23 - SKYLINE TRAIL LOOP. Qualifying. Bailey Castelloe, Leader. From McKenzie Pass to Collier Glacier and Frog Camp.
SEPT. 30 - ROSARY LAKES AREA, Willamette Pass. Virginia Drake, Leader. Rosary Rock is beckoning.
OCT. 7 - CACHE MT. LOOKOUT, east of Mt. Washington. Louie Waldorf, Leader.
OCT. 14 - WOLF ROCK. Qualifying. Near McCredie Springs. R.O. McWilliams, Ldr.
OCT. 21 - BEACH TRIP. Blanche Beckett is Leader. We will spend Sat. night in a comfortable cabin, place to be announced later, and do our exploring and sightseeing and potlucking on Sunday.
OCT. 28 - WORK TRIP TO OBSIDIAN CABIN. - Lodge Committee, Leaders. Various clean-up and woodpile jobs will be the order of the day, but there will be time for a trip up the highway to see the fall colors.
Obsidian Annual Meeting
OCTOBER 2, 1951
COVERED DISH DINNER
Bring your ht dish and salad or dessert, and come to the annual meeting on Tuesday evening, October 2. The potluck dinner will start at 6:45 in order to give members time to vote and pay dues between 6:00 and 6:45 p.m.
St. Mary's Episcopal Parish Hall, 166 E. 13th Ave. - a very convenient location - will be the spot where our new directors will be elected and yearly reports heard.
The potluck idea was chosen this year, because it is a much more popular dinner form with the Obsidians, and is less expensive. A small charge will be made however to cover cost of hall rent.
Please make your reservation by Wednesday, Sept. 26, - call 4-9546 or 4-5168 or write to Doris Sims, 2181, Wash., Eugene.
Following are candidates for election; there are 9 directors to be elected, 6 men
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1951 SUMMER CAMP REVIEW
by Glen Sims
Another successful Obsidian Summer Outing has come to a close. A total of 65 persons enjoyed the two weeks, August 5-19, at Green Lakes. Some were there for only the weekend, while others came for 3 or 4 days, but the mail group consisted of over 30 in attendance all the time.
A more beautiful setting for a camp would be hard to find. Three lakes, one for swimming, and most any time you could find bathers basking in the sun on its grassy banks.
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