The Obsidian Bulletin, February 1971, p. 1

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THE OBSIDIAN

P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON 97401

Vol. 31 FEBRUARY No. 5

TRIPS

Feb. 14 (Sun.) Fall Creek Trail. Mary Bridgeman, leader.

Feb. 20 (Sat.) Cape Arago. Ken and Robin Lodewick, ldrs.

Feb. 28 (Sun. ) Snowshoe trip, Skyline Trail north from Santiam. Holly Jones, ldr.

MAR.6 (Sat.) Petrified forest. Sweethome area. Mary and Bailey Castelloe, leaders.

April 18 (Sun.) Crater Lake. This Charter Bus Trip is the one rescheduled from last November, so plan ahead if you wish to go on it. We will need a minimum of 27 paid reservations to charter a bus. The $7.00 charge will include round trip bus fare plus your trip fee. A space cannot be considered reserved unless we have your check or money. Deadline for reservation and payment is Thursday evening, April 15.

For more info, call Virginia Horton, 344-6383, or Mary Bridgeman, 344-8952. Mail or bring check to 2696 Portland St., Eugene, Oregon 97405.

NOTICE of LAST BULLETIN

- To those of you who have neglected to keep current on your dues (which run from October to October), you are hereby notified!

OBSIDIAN GARAGE SALE

Please start saving all salable items for our Garage Sale to be held on September 25, 1971. Obsidian Princesses will be glad to pick them up, or you may bring them to the Lodge.

TREKKING IN KASHMIR

This is the theme of the February 27 Potluck, at the Obsidian lodge. Potluck will be at 6:30 P.M. and the program at 8 P.M.

Norman Benton, a master at taking slides, will be the orator. Kashmir is a state bordering India, Tibet and Pakistan, and has been a disputed territory between India and Pakistan since 1947. Mark the date. You may not get another chance to see this.

The Editor wishes to thank the TRIP LEADERS for putting the addresses of the non members on the Trip Reports before they mail them in. This way they can get a complimentary bulletin the following month.

THESE OBSIDIANS SPENT TIME!

- in local hospitals, that is, this past month. - Myrtle Smith, Natalie Morgan, Mary Hanson, and Susan Scherer twice. (Watch it, Susan! Remember what the young farmer did after whispering "twice" in his horse's ear.)

And Smith Mountjoy was in a Portland hospital about a month.

Margaret Silliman retired from the County Assessor's deeds and mapping section on January 31. Although the retirement is official, she will be working there until mid-April.

DON'T FORGET - to save Gold Bond Stamps, Betty Croker labels, Flav-r-Pak labels.


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