The Obsidian Bulletin, July 1962, p. 1

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JULY 14-Regular pot-luck night. To be at Bad Manors-The Medill place. 6:30 DST

15- Tamolitch Falls. Keith Newson, Ldr

July 21-22- Back packing in the 3 creek area with Ted Johannis.

July 22- Crescent Mt. Up South Santiam-new territory. Helen Hughes is the leader.

July 29- Carpenter Mt. with Mary Douglass.

August 5- Yapoah Crater with McWilliams.

July 15- Diamond Peak. Don Chase, Bob Medi

July 29- Three Fingered Jack. Bob Ashworth.

July 29- South Sister, Charla Eubanks and Rhoda Johannis.

August 5- Mt. Washington, Mark McLaughlin & Brian Gannon.

Wednesday Nights. Something New! Dancing!! Beginners! Has Beens! Two Timers! Everybody. Going to try it out. Come out and join the fun. At your Club-house. 8 DST.

See You at Twin Lakes

Summer Outing is just around the corner so all you folks planning to attend had better run down to Gilberts and sign up. Or call Jim Jeppesen, Lloyd Plaisted, Kay Fahy or Henry Carlson.

The area holds much promise so don't miss the requested deadline of July 21 or the absolute dealine of July 28th. The committee needs time to arrange for food etc., so they strongly urge you to sign by July 21.

The Rummage Sale Chairman wishes to thank all Princesses and members of the Obsidian Club who helped furnish, arrange and sell which made it a hugh success.

Helen and Paul Weiser had a very enjoyable trip to the John Day to see flowers and country. Helen found five different Penstamines. They also watched carefully for Bob's recent footprints on the river.

Middle Sister Climb

A very enjoyable climb of the Middle Sister was had by twenty people on Sunday June 24th. The party assembled where the Green Lakes Trail and Soap Creek meet. We got up early and left camp at 4:40 A.M. We followed an old trail that leads towards Chambers Lakes up Diller Glacier and into the Southeast ridge. We split the party into two groups. The faster one Mark McLaughlin led to the top a little before 11:00. The rear guard arrived at 11:30. Had lunch and passed out summit certificates. We then went down the North ridge having to put three hand lines out for safety. We then dropped onto Hayden Glacier and down until we hit our trail going up. We arrived in camp about 3:00. Mark Sebring, who stayed in camp, had broken his arm. Margaret Wiese, Brian Gannon, Karen Meats Dorothy Towlerton, Charla Eubanks, Dick Bach, Bob Bayman, Chet Bayman, Barbara Moore, Bob and Don Lyon, Tom Massey, Kirk McLaughlin, Roger & Jon Chrysler, James Kemp, Edward Trione, Harlane Lefevre, Eugene Sebring, Leader and Mark McLaughlin, Asst. Leader.

Report From Entertainment Committee.

June was a profitable month for our club with two enjoyable and interesting events at the club-house. More than 70 members and guests came out to the summer camp rally June 2nd (and $13.75 was realized in "trip fees"). We consider this to be a proof of great interest in this camp.

Thirty-six members enjoyed the June 16th potluck Don Hunter showed slides from the Iron Mountain territory and some very interesting pictures from the Painted Hills State Park east of Prineville. It was decided to have a picnic at Bob Medill's place July 14,5:30 DST. in place of the potluck at the club-house.

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