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VOL 34. THE OBSIDIAN. NO. 3
Dec. 15-Barite mine and the Paschelke Ranch, Len Pachelke leads.
Dec, 30-Snowshoe trip with Mary Bridgeman.
Jan. 5-Mystery Cross Country ski. Dorothy Hayes.
Jan 12-Potato Hill (like in spuds) snow shoe and Mary Bridgeman again.
Jan. 19-Big Lake ski and/or show shoes. Dorothy Leland
Jan 20-Ribbon Trail.Marriner Orum Hendricks Park Spencer Butte.
Mt. Hood with Steve Ross the last two weeks in Jan.Limited to people that have winter climbed. Call Steve at 343-0013 by mid January. Exact date to be set later.
Jan 27- Echo Mtn. This on skis. Jack Nitzel leads this one.
ENTERTAINMENT IN TROUBLE
Seems like everyone wants to be entertained, but no one wants to entertain. However, there will be a Christmas party and a New Years doin's. Details on the last page. Dave Zevenbergen - Bob Medill, the Board having gotten them both drunk, decided to take on this job for the coming year. So watch out.
SAINT MARY'S EPISCOPAL PARISH-13 & PEARL
If there is anyone who hasn't been to church since the remodeling of the interior, it will be quite worth your while to pay a visit to the Chapel to look at and admire the beautiful painting entitled "The Christ of the Universe", painted especially for the Chapel by the prominent Eugene painter,Elizabeth Gough who is one of the parishioners. It depicts an entirely spiritual Christ. Standing within the cirlce of eternity bathed in light, with open hands, inviting all to "come to me". Gerry Fehly
10 PEAK AWARD
Alan Payne and Randy Zustiak both were awarded the-Ten Peak honor this year.
Dec. 16-The Holy Land with Betty Waddle.
Dec. 30Dinner and Program. Richard Noyes will show a tell about the Noyes trip to the Brooks Range north of the Arctic Circle, Dinner will be semi potluck. Call Kenneth Lodewick for details. Phone 344-6533.
All of you who have not PAID your 1973-1974 dues please do so before January 1974. This payment will save you the embarrassment of receiving a letter of "delinquency" and it will also save your Membe ship Chairman a lot of time since she will not have to send out scores of letters of delinquency. Thank you - Lois Schreiner.
THRU THE VIEWFINDER.
DOROTHY LELAND suffered major surgery and the whole club wishes you a speedy recovery, Dorothy. (Should have been in the November Obsidian).
FRANK REIMER spent some time in Sacred Heart Hospital, but we can say he is at home now doing quite well.
ANN CONNELL, we are glad to report, is back at home after being in the Eugene Hospital and Clinic with a bout of the pneumonia, and
MARY SANDS at the same hospital recovering from surgery. Expects to be back at her apartment in Lane Towers in time for Christmas.
Both Ann and Mary are new members and that is what you get from associating with such a lousy bunch as the Obsidians
MAXCINE WILLIAMS has an article "Alaskan Wildflowers for Pacific Northwest Gardens" accompanied with a number of pictures in the U of W "ARBORETUM BULLETIN" published quarterly by the U of W.
Maxcine has contributed a copy to the Obsidian Library. Thank you Maxcine.
KEITH & BESSIE BRUNIG off for the land South of the Border. They are flying as both of them have good wings.
SEE YOU YOU ALL AT THE CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEARS PARTIES. BE SURE TO BE THERE. O.K.
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