The Obsidian Bulletin, June 1965, p. 1

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The OBSIDIAN
P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON 97401
XXV JUNE 1965 No. 9

COMING EVENTS

June 12 - Hardesty Mt. Dorothy Towlerton.

June 13 - Portland Zoo.

June 20 - Indian Ridge. Dave Burwell.

June 26 - Vivian Lake. Donn Chase.

June 27 - Fairview Mt. Bob Northrop.

July 3-4-5 - Mink Lake & Pack Saddle Mt. . John McManigal.

July 10 - Wildcat Mt. Helen Hughes.

CLIMBS

June 12-13 - Mt. St Helens Rex & Kent Stevens.

June 12-13 - Mt. Washington. Brian Gannon.

June 19-20 - South Sister. John Nosler.
Mt. Thielsen. Chapin Clark,
Jefferson. No Leader Yet.

June 26-27 - Mt. Hood. Dick Stanfield.
Washington. Bob Bauman.

July 3-4 - North Sister. Howard Byerly.
3 Fingered Jack. Steve Moore.
Mt. Shasta. No leader yet.

July 10-11-Snow School. Jeff Park. T. Taylor

ENTERTAINMENT.

July 4th, The Entertainment Committee has listed a picnic at Art & Betty Herron's and the Trips Committee has listed a picnic at the Medill's. -SO- The Fourth of July picnic will be at the Heron's.

PRINCESS DOING

Florence Sims invites the Princesses to meet at her home, 1040 Willa, on Monday June 21, 7:30 p.m.

FRIENDS OF THE THREE SISTERS

And this has nothing to do with Sacred Heart, but about Friends of the North, Middle and South Sisters having their annual encampment, which will be held July 3-4-5 along the Northeast slopes of Broken Top at a place called Park Meadows. For information on how to get there, what to take, pack limits, etc., contact Dale Carlson, Leaburg, Frances Newsom, Eugene, Dr Robert Storm, Corvallis, Dr Ruth Hopson, Portland State, Portland,

FIRST CLIMB A SUCCESS

The first Obsidian climb of 1965 was successfully completed Sunday, May 30th. Howard Byerly led a climb of Mt. McLoughlin in clear but cold weather and reported it to be very interesting this time of year. The Climbing Committee has one of the largest climbing schedules in years and we hope this climb is an indication of many more successful climbs this summer.

ROPES STILL MISSING

The last request in the Bulletin turned up one Obsidian rope. There are several still out. If you have an Obsidian rope or know of the whereabouts of one, please call Bob Dark, 345-3780. Because of the large number of climbs scheduled this summer we need every rope.

TUPPERWARE PARTY

The May 17th Tupperware Party brought about $25 to increase the Princess treasury. This will be added to the Rummage money and used for improvement of the Lodge. 17 attended the party, and Marie Cantwell, saleslady, provided an evening of entertainment. Hostesses Florence Sims, Nellie McWilliams, Margaret Markley and Mary Castelloe served delicious strawberry shortcake. The Princesses decided to use their Gold Bond stamps and points to acquire thermos coffee servers for the Lodge.

FEDERATION OF WESTERN OUTDOOR CLUBS CONVENTION

Labor DAy seems like a long way in the future, but it is approaching rapidly and it is not too early to make your plans if you intend to attend.

Will be held this year at University of California at Santa Barbara, Sept 4-5-6. Meals and double room is $19.50, registration $5, total $24.50. Entire facilities of the campus will be at your disposal.

FOR SALE Brand new Coleman 2 burner gasoline stove. This stove is the same as a new stove just out of the store as it has never been used. And only eight dollars. It can be seen at the Club House. It belongs to Olga Mortensen, phone 343-4856.

RHONDA JOHANNIS leaves for Ft. McClellan, Ala. for four weeks active duty in the 9th annual WAC orientation class. she will be sworn in as Cadet Corporal WAC reserve.


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