International Order of Job’s Daughters operates in a democratic
manner.By following the
rules of parliamentary procedures, etiquette, and good
sportsmanship, the Daughters learn respect for individual opinions
and gain experience in working with others.
officers of the Bethel
are elected or appointed to serve a six-month term thereby affording
more members the benefit of holding office.
Alaska, meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each
month beginning at
at the Masonic
Center, located at 15th & Eagle Street.
elected officers are Honored Queen, Senior Princess, Junior
Princess, Guide and Marshal.The
appointed officers are Recorder, Treasurer, Chaplain, Librarian,
Musician, First Messenger, Second Messenger, Third Messenger, Fourth
Messenger, Fifth Messenger, Senior Custodian, Junior Custodian,
Inner Guard and Outer Guard.
Bethel Choir, composed of other members, lends beauty and dignity to
official regalia worn at all meetings by officers and Bethel Choir
creates a feeling of equality in dress and rank.Jeweled crowns and capes of royal purple velvet are worn by
the Honored Queen and Princesses.This adds to the regal splendor of the three top ranking
officers in a
person attending a meeting of the International Order of Job’s
Daughters must be a Master Mason in good standing; the parent,
step-parent, grandparent or guardian of a member of the Bethel; a
woman at least twenty years of age vouched for as being eligible to
be present because she is the wife, daughter, granddaughter, mother,
sister, half sister, or widow of a Master Mason; a woman under the
age of twenty years who is a member of an organization basing its
membership requirements on such Masonic relationship or married and
eligible for membership in such an organization; a husband of a
Majority Member of Job’s Daughters.