Job's Daughters with Gov. Norm Bangerter are, from left: Kari Smothers, Clearfield; Angie Danieu, Brigham City; Robyn Spratlen, Layton; Barbara Winslow, Salt Lake City; Shannon Hansel, Fruit Heights, and Mindy Pace, Salt Lake City. Some 500 Utah Job's Daughters members will meet in Salt Lake City Friday for the opening of their 43rd annual session at the Salt Lake Masonic Temple. Bangerter has declared April 7-15 Job's Daughters Days. Activities at the temple will include choir competitions, drill teams, skits, and arts and crafts. A bazaar will offer food and craft items for sale Saturday from 1-3 p.m. A hike Saturday from 4-5 p.m. will raise money for the Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment. The Grand Bethel officers for next year will be installed at 7 p.m. Saturday, with a dance following. Competition awards, ritual trophies, athletic trophies and scholarship awards will be presented Sunday morning. The Miss Utah Job's Daughter competition will be at 9 a.m. Sunday. The winner will represent Utah at the annual session fo the Supreme Guardian Council in Calgary.