The Obsidian Bulletin, November 1972, p. 1

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The OBSIDIAN

VOL 33 NOVEMBER 1972 No. 2

TRIPS COMING UP

Nov. 11 - Sat.- Sand Dunes over Florence way with Clarence Landes

Nov. 12 -Sun.-Cabin Creek and Joe's Peak with Mary Bridgeman.

THANKSGIVING DINNER NOVEMBER 23rd. AT THE LODGE TIME 1:30

Paula Vehrs is in charge of arrangements Will include trukey, dressing, potatoes drinks. Reservationists are requested to bring a salad, or vegetable, or pie. Reservations must be made with Mary Castelloe, Phone 344-5168 or Roxie Waldorf, 726-7082 not later than Nov. 16. Cost to be $1.50. If you are under 12 75¢.

PRINCESS DOINGS

Plans for annual initiation we completed at the Oct. meeting at Mary Castelloe's with Thelma Watson and Myrtie Hamlin co-hostesses. Completion of years projects reported: Public Address system, installation of sink and cabinet in Ladies Room at the Lodge. Also new fountain in hall and Maltese Cross distribution.

Charlotte Lemon invited the group for annual Princess Christmas Party.

KEEP ON SAVING BETTY CROCKER COUPONS

but ... please...by Dec. 15 turn in all you can to Thelma Watson so we can buy as much as possible of Twin Star Stainless before it is discontinued. We will still use the coupons to buy other items.

COMPLAINTS

Now and then we hear people complaining that they do not like this or that about various rules and regulations pertaining to the Obsidian Club. The constitution clearly states ways of changing the order of things that one does not like and we have no sympathy for those who just complain and do nothing about it.

OUR NEW PRESIDENT
ORDER PLEASE!

THE HON. WESLEY PROUTY
was elected President for the '72-'73 year. Law and Order and lower taxes was his platform.

FRIENDLY HOUSE

Nov. 12 - Touring 19 Western States with Randle Campbell. The Campbells are coming.

Nov. 19-Down the Grand Canyon with Jack Stafford. Bring rain gear.

Nov. 26- Kenneth Horton takes us on a tour of Northern California.

Dec. 3- Karen Rennick. Her subject will be the Canadian Rockies.

Dec. 10- Brian Baker has spent 17 years in Kenya will show and tell about them.

WELCOME TO NEWCOMERS

Meet Mrs. Johnnie Carroll of 450 Goodpasture Road, Eugene 97401 - Space #29.

And we introduce you to Patti Howells, 375 Westward Ho, Eugene 97401- 345-5600

SEATTLE MOUNTAINEERS and your Editor both have one thing in common. They are both financially embarrassed. The Mountaineers are considering upping the dues to twelve dollars per year. They are laboring under a membership of 7700.

WE"LL SEE YOU AT THE THNKSGIVING DINNER

BOB and KAY
WISH YOU ALL THE
HAPPINESS
IN THE
WORLD

THE BOARD HAS ASKED THAT THOSE IN CHARGE OF POTLUCKS APPOINT 2 OR 3 TO PUT CHAIRS AWAY AND SWEEP AND CLEAN BUILDING RIGHT AFTER PROGRAMS & LEAVE BUILDING CLEAN


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