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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    Grand Masters of Saskatchewan 1990 s 1980 s 1970 s 1960 s 1050 s 1940 s 1930 s 1920 s 1910 s 1900 s All Pages Page 10 of 11 1910 s W B Tate 1910 1911 Wm Hopkins 1911 1912 A S Gorrell 1912 1913 WB Willoughby 1913 1914 L T McDonald 1914 1915 W M Thomson 1915 1916 J H Anderson 1916 1917 J McCauley 1917 1918 R

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    Calendar Principium Fortitudo Contact Us Links Office Contact Privacy Guide Web site access Article Index Past Grand Masters of Saskatchewan 1990 s 1980 s 1970 s 1960 s 1050 s 1940 s 1930 s 1920 s 1910 s 1900 s All Pages Page 11 of 11 1900 s H Jagger 1909 1910 C O Davidson 1908 1909 H H Campkin 1906 1907 Prev Next Members Username Password Remember Me Forgot

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    Coulson 1996 1997 R A H Brown 1997 1998 d A H Morrice 1998 1999 B Dixon 1999 2000 1980 s P H S Campbell 1980 1981 H H Astbury 1981 1982 G K Halldorson 1982 1983 N H Korpan 1983 1984 A J Dutton 1984 1985 W S Fitzsimmons 1985 1986 O E Mything 1986 1987 W R Wellman 1987 1988 D A Orr 1988 1989 S F Tickner 1989 1990 1970 s R C Woods 1970 1971 M J Woods 1971 1972 C J Calvert 1972 1973 J Morland 1973 1974 R Duff 1974 1975 J Nixon 1975 1976 L Gwinn 1976 1977 J A Robinson 1977 1978 J Melymick 1978 1979 D B Saunders 1979 1980 1960 s H A Lewis 1969 1970 T C M Nixon 1968 1969 D L Gibson 1967 1968 B K Hansen 1966 1967 S J Leach 1965 1966 L H Bergstrom 1960 1961 J E Burt 1961 1962 A Wilson 1962 1963 T M Spencer 1963 1964 T W Garland 1964 1965 1950 s F H Auld 1950 1951 R R McEwen 1951 1952 G H Hummel 1952 1953 R L Hanbidge 1953 1954 R E Partridge 1954 1955 J H Cuddington 1955 1956 R C Hodsman 1956 1957 T R Luke 1957 1958 R Mayson 1958 1959 M Herman 1959 1960 1940 s A O Brooks 1940 1941 C P Seeley 1941 1942 D Fraser 1942 1943 S J A Branion 1943 1944 J C Carter 1944 1945 F C Hayes 1945 1946 W L Clink 1946 1947 H MacKay 1947 1948 F C Wilson 1948 1949 W H Moor 1949 1950 1930 s C P Moore 1930 1931 J McGregor 1931 1932 F B Reilly 1932 1933 N R Craig 1933 1934 T W Sutherland 1934 1935 J R

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    1970 s 1960 s 1050 s 1940 s 1930 s 1920 s 1910 s 1900 s All Pages Page 1 of 11 2010 s E Butz 2010 2011 D Skuce 2011 2012 C Krause 2012 2013 J Colenutt 2013 2014 2000 s J J McNamee 2000 2001 R C Castle 2001 2002 J S MacLachlan 2002 2003 R C Moffatt 2003 2004 D A Finan 2004 2005 W Fitzsimmons 2005

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    Quote During the year just past a large number of well bound Grand Lodge reports have been received which will make a handsome addition to our library The Library Report for the year 1910 Proceedings indicated that while Proceedings and books were being received there was a need for library space and shelving etc a quote in part from that report Proper cases for the preservation of these interesting books should be supplied and students of masonry would be able to gather much valuable information from the library The address by the M W Bro W B Tate the sitting Grand Master included the following statement with the heading and quote GRAND LODGE LIBRARY Another matter that should have the attention of the Grand Lodge and that without oss of time is that of a Grand Lodge Library We are destined to be one of the largest Jurisdictions on this Continent Now is the time to lay the foundations of a Masonic ibrary worthy of the Masons of this Province properly housed where the Masonic Student can acquire any information he desires The first two Grand Secretaries were R W Bro John Shaw Grand Secretary and Librarian from 1906 1914 and M W Bro W B Tate from 1915 1938 The reports from these two brethren indicates that they were enthusiastic supporters of a Grand Lodge Library however there appeared to be many difficulties until a permanent office building was acquired The present Grand Lodge office space did not come into being until 1926 The 1927 Grand Proceedings of the Twentieth first Annual Communications of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan A F A M at Moose Jaw reports the ceremony of the laying of the Corner Stone of the new Masonic Temple in the city of Regina on the 22nd day of July 1926 The Grand Lodge and as well the Grand Library now had a permanent residence and more space In later years reference is made to a circulating library and adequate reference books that would be of great assistance to the Lodges and the members of the Craft Many Constituent Lodges had begun to acquire their own small libraries In the 1935 Proceedings M W Bro F C Wilson Chairman of the library committee says quote This committee is still of the opinion the proposal for the formation of a well selected library so handled as to be easily accessible to any member of the Craft should be kept before Grand Lodge and action taken when financial conditions warrant such expenditure Still a Report of the Committee on Library in the 1954 Proceedings by chairman R W Bro M Herman shows that nearly fifty years had passed and they were not satisfied with the accommodations of the Grand Lodge Library The access use and reference book appeared to be the problem with the Library Similar problems to day in 2005 W Bro M Herman a medical doctor at Davidson Grand Master in 1959 deserves special mention for his

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    books videos etc become misplaced disappear more stringent rules will be required 1 Find the desired book video magazine etc Ask for assistance from Librarian Grand Secretary or Volunteer There is a Reference Manual listing all of the Lending Books by Book Number Book Title Author or Classification select one of these and find a book you are looking for an author or a classification topic you are interested in 2 Complete LIBRARY SIGN OUT SHEET Light colored file folder Record Date Borrowed Book Number Name Printed Lodge Phone Number your signature PLEASE RECORD INFO SO IT CAN BE READ PRINT IF NECESSARY 3 Complete BOOK RETURN DATE REMINDER White Label on Yellow Glue Tag Record Date Borrowed Book Number and Date for Return A Six week lending period has been set if more time is required please call Grand Lodge Office for Extension REMEMBER OTHER MEMBERS MAY BE WAITING TO USE THE MATERIAL YOU BORROWED A Late Fee Penalty has been suggested of 25c day These funds are to be paid to the Grand Secretary where they will be applied to the YOUTH FUND Summer Camps etc 4 Read and Enjoy the Library Material for Six Weeks and return

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    in demographics and the irreversible influences of the sere and yellow leaf of old age The buildings described in this chapter tell an amazing story of resourcefulness perseverance and goodwill RW Bro Pieter De Haan and RW Bro Keith Inches have assembled a unique collection of images and stories each one different from all the rest but yet all centered on perpetuating the ideals and customs of Freemasonry through design and construction The story of many of these buildings is also one of stubbornness and renewal buildings and their builders withstanding whatever good or ill was dealt them At least 13 buildings fell victim to fire A few proved to be too costly to maintain and were sold Some fell victim to the vagaries of landlords one was damaged by flood and another was leveled by a cyclone Yet in almost every instance the lodges rose from seeming termination and rebuilt or in other ways renewed themselves Included in this publication is a summary of all the Masonic Lodges organized under the rubric of the Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan This summary prepared byWBro Larry Wong identifies 217 lodges in total Of that number he identifies 66 as still being in

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  • Grand Lodge of Saskatchewan AFAM
    pm 3rd Thursday of the month 7 30 pm 1st Thursday Dec Location 405 Andrews Street Town of Asquith SK Contact Secretary This e mail address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it District No History Asquith Lodge was instituted on June 19 1919 Harmony constituted No 75 1911 Amalgamated Evergreen No 95 and Lakeview No 173 1974 New name Tessier Harris No 95 Amalgamated

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