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P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON
VOL XXIV APRIL 1964 No 7
April 18. Saturday. Rooster Rock. Forrest White, Leader.
April 19. Linton Lake with Art Johnson.
April 26, Sunday, to the Cove Palisades with Bob Medill, Leader.
May 3 is to the Oregon Caves with Greyhound Bus.
May 9, Saturday, Mt. Hagen.
April 19-Wm. Purdom will show pictures covering the geology of Crater and Diamond Lakes.
April 26-James Boggs pictures will cover India.
April 27-Obsidian Picture Night.
May 3-Edna Schunk will take us touring thru the Yellowstone and Glacier Parks.
May 10-Jack Gruber, whom we all know, will show pictures on Kenya, Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
Obsidian Princesses met at the home of Princess Orange Blossom (Mary Castelloe) assisted by Princess Pine Tree (Thelma Watson). Both Easter and St. Patrick's Day were honored in the decorations and the extra special refreshments with cake by Princess Pine Tree.
Betty Crocker coupons for additional silverware and Gold Bond Stamps for an electric grill are still being collected.
April 20th meeting will be at the home of Princess White Heron (Adeline Adams).
SMITH MOUNTJOY is in the Veterans Hospital in Portland where he underwent an operation Friday, April the tenth. Of course we are all anxious to hear he is doing OK.
THE JOHN DAY is calling and so are the hundreds of meadow larks and chukkers. The magnificent scenery and the wildlife. This is a very safe and easy river to float on and the best time to make this trip is in June. Bob Medill is hearing the call and can hardly wait till time to go. THIS IS?? NOT A CANOE RIVER.
FOLK SONGS...COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC.... and dancing too! April 18.
Our Saturday party will be Judi Hurst and her friends the Shennandettes.
No dinner potluck this month, but plan on bringing a dessert; cake, pie, ice cream, pudding or whatever. Coffee, Tea and punch will be provided as well as utensils.
This colorful and exciting program will be enjoyed by all, particularly the "Younger Set." You will have a chance to sing along and to dance with Judi and her talented friends.
Dessert at 7 p.m. and the Hootenanny follows immediately. Everyone is invited to wear their casual country and/or western attire. We hope you will all join in this wonderfully different program-April 18-7pm.
For excavation, filling, making forms & and all work connected with preparing for our new concrete porch, steps and walks. Will want shovels, picks and wheelbarrows. There will also be wood to move. When? April 25th. If weather is bad May 2nd. Come out and work up an appetite. Bring a lunch will furnish coffee.
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