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Lodge 35 Has Registration Of About 360

Lodge 35 Has Registration Of About 360

Logan County, Oklahoma

© Guthrie Daily Leader
Sunday, Sept. 10, 1939

Submitted by: Bob Chada

27 Past Masters of Guthrie Chapters are Still Living
George M. Green, Santa Fe attorner in Oklahoma City, and brother of Fred W. Green, Guthrie attorney, is the oldest living past master of Guthrie Lodge No. 35, A. F. and A. M.
He held the office in 1902, and is one of 27 past masters who still lives.
Until about three months ago, E. S. Donnelly, of Dallas, Tes., held the honor, having headed the lodge in 1896. He was killed, however, in an automobile accident.
About 360 Masons are on the lodge's rolls at present, scattered throughout the country, in more than 20 states.
The living past masters are Green in 1902; Dr. W. W. Rucks, 1906; James H. Rucks, 1907; C. C. Clothier, 1909; Fred W. Green, 1911; Harold P. Cook, 1914; Donald R. Morris, 1916; A. F. Koetsch, 1917; John I. Loveless, 1918; William A. Nixon, 1919; Luther Arnold, 1920; Leroy Axtell, 1921; and John H. English, 1923.
And R. A. Norris, 1924; John S. Callin, 1926; Arthur W. Platt, 1927; James E. McKee, 1928; Henry W. Dodd, 1929; W. O. Jones, 1930; William C. Keefe, 1931; W. P. Downing, 1932, E. P. Clark, 1933; J. E. Edwards, 1934-35; Fred H. Hron, 1936; H. R. Richards, 1937; Fred J. Acton, 1938, and H. H. Koch, 1939.

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