The Obsidian Bulletin, September 1972, p. 1

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VOL. # 32 SEPTEMBER 1972 NO. 11


Sep. 16-Sat. Lava Falls with Catherine Jones, leader

Sep. 17-Sun. Cowhorn Mt. South of Windy Lakes. Wes Prouty leads

Sep. 23-Sat. Mt. Yoran.This near Diamond Peak. Margaret Wiese leads.

Sep. 24-Sun. Hardesty Mt. Kay Fahy will lead this one.

Sep. 30-Sat. Bicycle trip to Junction City. Nothing said about return. Marianne Sandstrom.

Sep. 30-French Pete with Ron Sat Faich in the lead.

Oct. 1--Sun, Scott Mt. and Prox Falls. Clarence and Dorothy Scherer in leading.

Oct. 7-- Sat. Buck Mt. Up in the Blue River Country Dorothy Hayes has this one.

Oct. 8--Sun. Crescent Mt. Up the Santiam. Clarence Johnson lead.

Oct. 14-Sat. Rigdon Butte. North end of Waldo Lake.Clarence Landes.

Oct. 15-Sun. Vivian Lake. Diamond Peak area. Wes Prouty again.


It will be held Saturday night, Sept. 16th, starting with a buffet dinner at North's Chuck Wagon, 2864 Willamette St. at 6:30 p.m. Cost $2.25. After dinner we will go to the Club House for pictures and reminisces. Call Helen Smith to make your reservations. 343-0684.


Sep. 17-Norman Fitts, Dr. in ecology will show intersting views of Utah.

Sep. 24-Bob Cox will take you on a trip in and around the Olympics.

Oct. 1--To Europe with George Newton.

Oct. 8--Special - A man who was sent to Siberia and managed to return has pictures to tell the story. Charles Wilson.


September 8th, Monday at the Tepee of Bertha Anderson, 1823 Beentwood, 7:30p.m

September 30-October 1

The final bus trip sponsered by the Obsidian Trips Committee will be a delightful sojurn to Jacksonville, the Redwoods Highway to Lake Shasta and return via Crater Lake. This two day Holiday combines things you have always wanted to do, and here is your opportunity in company with a great group of people who enjoy the outdoors.

The route will go via Jacksonville, with a stop at the museum and plenty of time to see this historic City. Then you will travel down the Redwoods Highway with frequent stops along the way to take pictures of the color and scenery at Lake Shasta. Return via Crater Lake. Overnight will be at Medford.

Total cost of tour including a dinner, breakfast and lunch will be $56.00. Your reservation should be made by Sept. 23rd and full payment for your tour sent to Bronson Travel, 136 E Broadway, Eugene Phone 345-8431. Checks should be made payable to Obsidians, Inc.


Hiking in to Pamelia Lake with a party were Kenneth and Robin Lodewick. Leaving their packs at the north end of the lake they took a stroll to the south end and on their return Robin discovered that her pack and all the stuff that was in it were gone. It was a Kelty and the loss amounted to $200. Even in the Wilderness ones things are not safe.


Leo Paschelke has a new hip joint made of steel and plastic - he gets around on crutches now, and hopes to have the other hip operation after the first of the year. Best wishes from all the Obsidinas, Leo. M. C.

PAT CROWDER reported in last bulletin that she had broken her leg. Well, it was her arm. REporter tried his best to have pat break her leg so report would be true

Kay Fahy
I love you. Will
you marry me?
Bob Cox.
Kay's ans.
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