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P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON
VOL. XXIII JANUARY 1963 No. 4
EVENTS TO COME
Jan. 16. Dance night. The more the merrier Let's dance and be gay -- 7:30 p.m. at the Lodge.
Jan. 20. Coburg Hills in a new place. Up towards Brownsville. Has been scouted. Leader: Gene Sebring.
Jan. 27th. Chase Gardens. If you can't go to Hawaii then come on this trip and see all the Orchids there. Leader Wayne Bailey.
Jan. 31. Dance again!! Music to brighten up and stimulate. 7:30 p.m. at the Lodge.
Feb. 3rd. Leo Paschelke will lead us into the Georgia Pacific timber area above Wendling as far as we want to go. We can also see his rock collection to which he has added new specimens since our last visit with him.
In the future will be a trip to the Ore. Hospital in Salem. A trip to the Pulp mill and metallurgical plant at Albany. Then a trip out to the Stahls Hide-a-way ranch is planned. Also in the planning stage is a trip to the Oregon State University at Corvallis.
May 25th. This is the date for our next rummage sale, so get out what you want to get rid of NOW and call 6-2908 for pickup to store at Lodge until then. DO IT NOW.
Obsidian Picture night at Friendly House is the fourth Monday of the month.
In last months issue was a notice about a book put out by the University of Washington Press which stated that they had published a book which described the Pacific Crest Trail thru Washington and Oregon in detail. This was an error as the book only covers the Trail in Washington from the Canadian border to the Oregon border.
The Chemeketans, our sister club to the north, invite the Obsidianso to attend their Annual Banquet on February 16th, Saturday, at 6:30 p.m. It will be held at the Christian Church, Marion and Cottage St. (cater-corner from Meier & Franks,) and rumor has it that it's a steak dinner The entertainment we are keeping for a surprise, but you'll be delighted we will guarantee.
Reservations must be made by February, 13th to Blanche Bailey, 1520 Jefferson St N.E., and she, being a loyal Obsidian at heart, hopes to see many Chiefs and Princesses, even squaws and braves up there from the Eugene reservation. Tickets are $2.50; Phone 363 0168.
POT-LUCK January 19th. Saturday. 6:30 p.m Bring dishes to eat from. DO NOT BRING?? SERVING SPOONS. Special treat will be the showing of the latest colored movies made by the Oregon State Game Department of big game in Oregon. These will be presented by a representative of the Game Department.
The eighth biennial Wilderness Conference will be held March 8th to 10th, 1963 at the Sheraton-Palace hotel in San Francisco. For information write Wilderness Conference, 1050 Mills Tower, San Francisco 4, California.
We expected to announce arrival of a brand new Obsidian this month, but we went to press too early.
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