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P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON
VOL XXV FEBRUARY 1965 No 5
BE MY VALENTINE!
Feb. 14 - Gold Lake on snow shoes or skiing with Rex Stevens leading. The Portland zoo trip has been postponed until warmer weather.
Feb. 20 - Saturday McKenzie snow trip. Don't know where they will be going unless up the McKenzie. Margaret Markley leading.
Feb. 28 - Mt Pisgah. A popular leader for this climb has always been Thelma Watson ans she will lead on this one.
March 6 - Saturday. Sugar Creek Falls. There are four Sugar Creeks in Oregon. The nearest one is a tributary of Quartz Creek. It flows thru some of the Rosboro holdings. Maybe this will be it. Helen Hughes knows and will be the leader.
PORTLAND ZOO TRIP POSTPONED
Thinking the zoo trip would be enjoyed more in warmer weather this was postponed until a later date.
Another rummage sale will be held, probably in May, so gather up whatever you may have to offer and call Bob Medill for pick up. If Bob does not answer the phone, call Mac McWillians. The proceeds from rummage sales goes for something for the betterment of the Lodge.
POST OFFICE ORDER
Did you notice in the Register-Guard an item to the effect that after January the first, 1967 that the post office will no longer accept third or fourth class mail that does not have the zip code number on it? This means that you will not receive your Bulletin without it, and that we must have it before then. This will entail an immense amount of work for the Bulletin staff, so the sooner we get these numbers the easier the taks will be.
Stamps or validated book covers needed Send to Nellie McWilliams 810 West 26th.
FEBRUARY 27 POTLUCK
Has modern cameras and modern film got you where this man is - over a barrel? Then you should come out to see what Margaret Wiese has lined up for us. Don Hunter will tell us what we should know about the use of our cameras and the diffrent kinds of film that are now on the market. it is not every day that we have the opportunity to hear one as well qualified as Don talk on this subject. This is for Saturday, Feb. 27 6:30 p.m. for the eats
Of the State of Oregon has sent us their report for the year 1964. Contains 80 pages and is in a nice book form. At the Lodge.
OREGON GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES
Beginning with this issue of the Obsidian Bulletin we will have in each issue as space permits, articles on the origin and meaning of geographical names. Hope they will be of interest to you.
Account of the March 27th potluck and entertainment night being the final night of the B League basketball tournament and also the last weekend of Spring Vacation the Ent. Committe decided to set the date ahead to April 3. Lorene has something special for us and for the younger members and is anxious to have all the junior members as wish to have an opportunity to come. Lorene will tell us all about her program in the next issue.
The resurrection of the camp fire group will begin this evening at 7:30 p.m. Dancing, visiting, toasting shins at the fire-place, telling stories and popping pop corn. Just a friendly gathering. Come if you would enjoy this kind of and evening
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