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THE OBSIDIAN

P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON 97401

JANUARY 1969

VOL XXXIX NO. 4

COMING EVENTS

JANUARY

TRIPS COMMITTEE WILL MEET JAN. 16 AT McMANIGAL'S

18 (Sat) Ski and Snowshoe Trip----With Marriner Orum(342-4527).

25 (Sat) 6:30 P.M. Potluck at Lodge---Betty Waddell, Chairman.

LOOKING TOWARD MARCH

Arrangements have been made for a trip to Kah-nee-ta for March 29 *** Boat trip from Portland to Astoria - overnight with visits to historical spots ---- is being arranged for September.

CHRISTINE MARIE'S WEDDING

A beautiful Nuptial Mass united Christine Marie Schreiner, (daughter of Lois,) and Douglas McKinnon at St. Mary's Catholic Church, December 14. Her lovely white gown was made by her sister Penelope Ann, from Washington, D.C., who wore a wine-red velvet empire dress as honor attendant. The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Glen Hosford. The lovely reception was in Eugene Hotel's Empire Room; bride and groom were escorted thru busy Christmas traffic along Broadway---with horns blowing. Lois had a very busy weekend, with U. O. graduation the day before, and Christmas preparations.

JANUARY POTLUCK AND PROGRAM SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 6:30 P. M.

A very interesting program has been arranged, with Betty Waddell as Chairman of the evening. Clarence Landes will show slides of the 1967 climb of Mt. McKinley with the help of Norman Benton. This was the expedition of which Mark McLaughlin
was a member.

NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY

Dr. Paul Rudy, acting director of the Institute of Marine Biology at Charleston, will present a program on "Oregon's Other Marine Station" -- with discussion and slides--Jan.17, 8 P.M.,Rm.150 Science Watch for the Nat. Geographic film to be shown Jan. 22, 8 P.M., Rm. 123, Science, on "The Grizzly Bear", courtesy of Dr. Ed Whitelaw of U. of O.

KARLA'S WEDDING

Delightful was the wedding of Karla Vangsnes to Kenneth Scott Nov. 16. Hope Lutheran Church in Springfield was filled with friends and relatives. Karla made her own lovely white velvet gown,designed by her father, Martin, who escorted her to the altar, after spending the day decorating Sons of Norway Hall, where the reception was held. Her mother Selma had made the tiered wedding cake(chocolate with white frosting); the table also displayed the traditional Norwegian wedding cake. Bride and groom danced the first waltz, to start an evening of dancing to accordion music by Chester Pietka.


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