Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 9
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 9

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Catholic Deanery Plans Spring Conference May 8 Recently the executive board of cescs of Stockton and Santa Rosa, the Senator hotel following the Eureka, president of the Council. the Sacramento Diocesan Council of Catholic Women met at the St. Thomas Aquinas Libiary in Sacramento, to prepare the agenda for the diocesan-wide spring conference to be held at the Yolo pi County Fair Grounds May a. Members of the board include the presidents of the eight deaneries that comprised the Catholic diocese of Sacramento prior to (he recent creation of the Mrs. Roy Stewart of Areata resented the Eureka deanery with 22 affiliates. Besides the elected officers of the organization and the deanery 'residents, 24 chairmen of clio cesan laywomen's committees ki were present.. His Excellency, the Most Rev. Joseph T. McGucken, bishop of Sacramento, and Arch-bishop designate of San* Francisco, was the guest of honor at a luncheon at board's morning session. Othef guests were the Rev. Father Edward J. Kavanagh, Sacramento, moderator of the Diocesan Coun ell, and Rev. Father William Sla- ;ey, secretary to the bishop. The bishop was presented a gift from the laywomen of the diocese to mark his last official visit with he the Diocesan Council which he sponsors. The presentation was made by Mrs. George Bertain, The gift presented to the bishop is a crosier, the symbolic shepherds staff carried by a bishop to at official church functions to denote his responsibility for the spiritual care of his flock. It was considered appropriate that this particular item be given by those had served In the Sacramento diocese as he left to assume his duties in the San Francisco Archdiocese April 3. Girl Scouts Host Mothers At Tea The Scotia Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 180 served as hostess their mothers, Fortuna Girl Scout Troop 200 and their mothers on March 26 at the Scotia Union church social room.' The girls are working on their homemaking requirement for their second class badge. · Mrs. Rose Mier, Public Health Nurse with the Humboldt County Health Department, and Mrs. Hugh Mclntyre, a Scotia teacher, Hume EC Club -- The Home Economics club of Humboldt Grange is meeting today (Thursday) at the Spurce Point Grange lall. The day's agenda includes a noon potluck luncheon, a short program and entertainment directed by Mrs. Thomas Jacobs. Officials In Visit To Rebekah Unit Hohrierville Rebekah lodge re- to the new officers and reported showed a film entitled "Mollic Grows Up". Mrs. Mier presented a very informative talk to the girls concerning their personal and physical health. The evening was concluded with the Scotia girls serving freshments. H U M B O L D T S T A N D A R D Thursday, April 5, 1962, P. 9 cenlly welcomed Edith Chapman, president, California Hebekah Assembly, and O'Dell Gardner, grand marshal, both of Madera, on the pair's official visit. Myrtle Carter, noble grand of the hosting lodge, introduced the stale dignitaries and local officials also visiting. They were Elvira Canclini, district deputy president, district 30, and Jean Blickenstaff, district deputy president, distrkt 20. Mrs. Chapman gave instructions on various committee's projects for the coming year. She informed the Rebekahs on the work being done on the old folk's home in Saratoga. This home and the orphan children's home in Gilroy are given support by the Odd Fellows lodge and the Rebekahs. Included in the regular business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Carter, was the election of two delegates to represent the local lodge at the Rebekah Assembly to be Api held In Long Beach, next May. Leola Nolana and Delia Vim. De- Vanter were selected! Refreshments wtte senreoS to the 87 members and' guests; following the meeting by the hostesses, Delia Van DeVanteu and Gladys Baxter. A SL Patrick's motif in green and 1 white was carried out in the table decorations. 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