Janessa Carley installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters


For The Sun-Telegraph

Pictured front row, from left, Alexis Juengst, Kate Huson, Autumn Hartwig, Janessa Carley, Jordan Cook, Lorien DeMasters, Madi Frerichs. Back row, from left Amanda Beier, Josie Dowse, Ginny Herboldsheimer, Jolene Oliverius, Raina Hartwig. Not pictured is Abby Heller.

Janessa Carley was installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters International, Bethel #25 on December 20th, 2015 for the spring 2016 term. Other elected officers installed were Senior Princess Autumn Hartwig, Junior Princess Jordan Cook, Guide Josie Dowse and Marshal Ginny Herboldsheimer.

Appointed officers installed were Chaplain Raina Hartwig, Recorder Kate Huson, Treasurer Alexis Juengst, First Messenger Abby Heller, Second Messenger Amanda Beier, Third Messenger Lorien DeMasters, Fourth Messenger Jolene Oliverius and Fifth Messenger Madi Frerichs.

Job's Daughters International is an organization for young women 10 to 20 years old who are related to Master Masons. The order, which was started in Omaha in 1920, has membership in five countries – the United States, Canada, Australia, the Philippines and Brazil.

Job's Daughters is based on the spiritual and moral lessons of the Old Testament's Book of Job. For more information on how your daughter can join, please call Debbie Oliverius, Bethel Guardian, at (308) 249-2184.


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