The Obsidian Bulletin, March 1961, p. 1

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The OBSIDIAN
P. O. Box 322 Eugene, Oregon
VOL. XXI MARCH 1961 NO. 3

GET YOUR BOOTS LET'S GO

TRIPS FOR MARCH

March 12 - Coast trip with Gene Renard, North Fork Falls on North Fork of Smith River.

March 19 - Snowshoe trip to Burley Lakes, about three miles with Thelma Watson.

March 26 - Afternoon trip to Anawalt place on Lorane Highway, three mile trip through fields and woods. Expect wild flowers on this one.

April 1 - Trip up old Baldy.

A Aril 2 - Easter - no trip.

April 9 - Bus trip to Mt. Hood. Detailed article on page 2.

April 15 - Rooster Rock

April 16 - Clover Patch Butte

April 23 - Illinois River, six mile round trip led by Jim Kezer.

April 30 - Tour of Carmen-Smith project with Byron Price all the way to end of tunnel.

Details of April trips will appear in the next bulletin.

Deadline for news for the April issue will be April, 8th. So try for once to get in your news by then, either to Gerry or Bob.

FRIENDLY HOUSE

March 12 - Margaret Weise will show pictures. Subject: Surprise.

March 19 - Bob Medill: What else but Mexico?

March 26 - Mr. Lorence - trip through California, Zion National Park and other points of interest.

March 27 - Obsidian picture night. John Wells, graduate student in Archeology at the University of Oregon.

NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY

March 10 - Prince Helfrich slides of the Owyhee - Science Bldg. same time and same room as usual.

LOOK AHEAD to the April 28th meeting when Dr. Baldwin will speak on Pakistan.

Interest growing in Douglas County for mountain climbing, according to the Roseburg paper. And then it goes on to say, "Douglas County is a good place for practice by the beginning mountain climber." It then gives a list of the different types of climbing to be had on Mt. Thielsen, and mentions Eagle rock as a climb for the more rugged climber.

WORK AT THE CABIN GOES ON AND ON

The septic tank is in. The doors are all hung. The insulation is about half installed. Lots of painting is done. More volunteer help could be used on Saturdays. We also have an electric range donated by Donn Chase. I think that special mention is in order to Gene Renard and Donn for the vast amount of time and energy they both are giving to the building.

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