The Obsidian Bulletin, June 1961, p. 1

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The OBSIDIAN
P. O. Box 322 Eugene, Oregon
Vol. XXI June 1961 No. 6

TRIPS TO COME

JUNE 9-10-11 Olallie Trail backpack. Gene Renard leader.

June 18 Tidbits. Art Johnson, Ldr.

June 24 -Saturday. Carpenter Mt. Margaret Markley, leader.

June 25 Maiden Peak. This is a joint trip with the Chemeketans of Salem and will be led by Jack & Virginia Meissner.

July 1-2-3-4- This is the annual Three Sisters Wilderness trip. Dale Carlson, leader.

July 1-Saturday. Castle Rock with Frank Sipe, leader.

July 2 Fairview Peak and Elephant Mt. Ray Cavagnaro, leader.

July 4 A real Fourth of July picnic with Gerry Fehly to Black Canyon Forest Camp on Lookout Point Reservoir. Short, delightful side trip.

July 8-9 This is an overnight camping trip to Crater Lake and includes going out on the lake in a boat. Jim Stovall, leader.

CLIMBS

June 11 Mt. Washington. Jim Harrang and Dr. Norm Lee, leaders.

June 25 Mt. Hood. Lloyd Plaisted will help you up.

July 9 Mt. Thielson. The annual Tenderfoot climb. Our President is going to lead this one.

July 17 & 18 Moresco conference on Mt. Hood. Sponsored by the Search and Rescue Committee.

ENTERTAINMENT-LOU WOW! Potluck dinner Sat. night, June 24, Clubhouse. Bring your chairs. We have tables. Entertainment Committee will try to inject some Hawaiian flavor into the program so all Obsidians come. Malahines welcome. HAWAIIAN pictures, Hawaiian music and MAYBE a couple of genuine hula girls.

WE HAVE 483 BETTY CROCKER COUPONS. NEED MANY MORE. SAVE.

WILLIAM TUGMAN

One who is usually credited with the brainstorm which led to the formation of the Obsidians and the Obsidian Chiefs passed over the Divide since our last issue. Wm. Tugman, long editor of the Register-Guard, had climbed all Three Sisters and was iniated Chief Taw. When those who follow him reach the Summit, we are sure to find that his name is registered there. While we could not always agree with Bill, he was sincere and a real lover of the out-of-doors. We will all miss him. L.W.

The President of the Mountaineers lists the following essentials for the presidency. Seems they could fit for a building committee somewhere near here.

Must be old enough not to care that he will not have time to ski or climb.

Must have a regular job in Eugene that never requires one to travel.

Is able to spend a minimum of three hours a day of his spare time and one hour off of his regular job on Obsidian work.

Is single; or, if married, has no children under 21.

Lives in an apartment, since a house requires maintenance and yard work.

Does not belong to a P.T.A.

Does not have to attend Little League baseball games.

Does not have season tickets to the VLT, nor UT, nor the Symphony nor any other entertainment.

Does not teach a Sunday School class.

Has time off from Obsidian business to complete. his income tax reports.

WE HAVE 609 FOLGERS COFFEE BANDS. NEED MANY MORE. PLEASE SAVE.

WE HAVE M.J.B. bands -- 660 of them enough for one coffee percolater.

Betty Crocker Coupons are for Twin Star Stainless Steel for clubhouse.


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