Bio: Zank, Carol -
Job’s Daughters (Queen - 1979)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Zank, Alsterberg, Johnson, Short, Larsen, Free, Miller, Wilcox, Hahn, Meier, Grap, Harder, Meihack, VandeBerg, Raine, Henning
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/14/1979
Zank, Carol – Job’s Daughters (Queen- 1979)
Carol Zank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zank, rural Neillsville, was installed as honored queen of Job’s Daughters at ceremonies in the Masonic Temple, Neillsville, this past Sunday afternoon.
Carol joined other incoming officers for the youth group. They included Ellen Alsterberg, senior princess; Lauri Johnson, junior princess; Kim Short, guide; Holly Larsen, marshall; Lori Free, chaplain; Angela Miller, recorder; Michelle Wilcox, musician; Bethany Hahn, first messenger; and Annette Meier, fourth messenger.
Installing the new court were Wilcox, honored queen; Tammie Grap, guide; Cindee Harder, marshall; Kay Johnson, chaplain; Lori Meihack, musician; Zank, Recorder; Marcia VandeBerg, senior custodian; Marla Raine, junior custodian; and Sandy Henning, Bible bearer.
A guardian council for the event included Vicki Grap, guardian; Wayne Grap, associate; Joyce Wilcox, secretary; Lyle Miller, treasurer; Kay Johnson, music; Tammie Grap, epochs; and Fran Short, paraphernalia and sociability.
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