Native Daughters of the Golden West,
The club’s new officers were installed July 16 by Deputy Grand President Marille Hopkins of Laurel Parlor No. 6, Nevada City. She was assisted by Grand Marshal Donnie Harrison and Past Grand President Mary Ulmer.
Manzanita Parlor’s new officers are Yvonne Hughes, president; Shirley Medlyn, past president; Darlene Reinhardt, first vice president; Gertrude Paul, second vice president; Betty Mosley, marshal; Frances McCurry, recording secretary; Brita Rozynski, treasurer; Marion McGuire, financial secretary; trustees Elsie Peard, Helen Silva and Laura Argento; Ethel Williford, inside sentinel; and Mardel Wasley, outside sentinel.
Jeanne Allgeier of Laurel Parlor will be Manzanita’s new deputy grand president, and Hughes will be supervising district deputy grand president.
Visitors were Grand President Margaret Mallette, Past Grand President Hazel Mallette and Laurenna May Doss from Gold of Ophir Parlor No. 190, Oroville; Dolly and Suzanne Melim and Elizabeth Meen from Naomi Parlor No. 36, Downieville; and other members of Laurel Parlor. New committee booklets were distributed.
At today’s meeting, travel tips will be offered and scholarship recipient Tyler Peterson will be introduced. A family patio potluck will be held Aug. 20 at McGuire’s home. Refreshments were served by Argento, Mosley and Wasley.
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