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THE SURVEYOR

THE SURVEYOR

Vol. X No. 5

George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

November/December, 2009

Another New Master Mason At GW1776

Br. Wollen with his mentor, Dick Marcus, PM

WHITEFISH BAY, WI Taking advantage of a fifth Tuesday in September, the brethren of GW1776 raised a new Master Mason, Br. Terrence Wollen. Present at the meeting was District Lecturer, Frank Mayer who was heard to comment that he always enjoyed the degree work at the George Washington Lodge. Of

course he was given an opportunity to join in and did an excellent job as well. After the special communication, the brethren retired to the dining room and enjoyed the fellowship of stimulating conversation over ice cream and cake.

Inside the Surveyor... Message from the East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 From the West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Secretary’s Desk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Council & Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Trustee Corner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 GW1776 Fund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Dinner Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Lost Temples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 In Memoriam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 At & About the Lodge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Up Coming Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Masonic Crossword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Business Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Lodge Officers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

In the next installment of...

Join Terry Johannes as he explores the long lost Myron Reed Lodge No. 237 in the next issue of The Surveyor.

Brothers Otto and Josh enjoy the company of “Deputy Bob”

A Visit by the District Deputy WHITEFISH BAY, WI Worshipful District Deputy Bob Strader joined the brethren of GW1776 at a stated communication on September 15th. He announced upcoming District events as well as carrying greetings from the Grand Lodge of Wisconsin. Brother Strader also discussed the degree competition in Wausau which turns out to be on Mother’s Day weekend. The brethren on the GW1776 degree team decided it would not be possible to make the trip as it would entail staying over for the weekend and no widow’s son should neglect Mom on that special day.


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MESSAGE FROM THE EAST Franklin Nuernberger, Worshipful

This will be my last official writing as your Worshipful Master. I hope others have made some connection with a relative with Masonic background. The more you look the more you'll find. Brethren, it has been an honor to serve you as Worshipful Master. I pray you will give as much support to my successor and his officers as you have given me. As I have said in the past, we would like to see more of you sitting on our sidelines. In November, we have elections, and a Thanksgiving dinner. In December, we have our Christmas party where wives and other guests are encouraged to attend.

Master

We have started having meetings at Laurel Oaks as outreach to some of our more elderly members. By the time this is out, we will have had a second meeting. If you know of a Mason who otherwise is unable to attend his lodge, make the effort to bring him to one of these meetings. Over the past six months we have raised six to the sublime degree of Master Mason. In October, we started a new with an EA degree. We are looking forward to additional petitions to continue our growth. Again thank you for your support. May the Great Architect of the Universe be with you, your family, and friends.

Greetings from the West Walt Smith Senior Warden

More Masonic Awareness No public relations agency or advertising campaign will substitute for the personal journey that will establish the presence of Masonry in the public view. Each of us has a responsibility to steward our respected fraternity into the future, calling on our spirit rather than deferring to those of our predecessors. Consider the rough ashlar that hides the natural beauty of the stone within. We must uncover the Mason within us so that we can expose Masonry to the public at large.

Relying on the rough ashlar as a metaphor for the Mason’s journey toward enlightenment, please consider the natural resources dormant in Masonry. From the value of the individual brothers who sit among us to the lodge-centered assets and systems linking us on a national and international level, there lies a wealth of untapped resources. We must uncover these resources for the immediate and long-term good health of our fraternity.


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From the Secretary’s Desk

Trustees

Thank you for your confidence in this past year. We have accomplished many things. With elections this November, we will have a new core of officer; let’s support them. It is that time of the year.... dues are due. It seems as if it is a year-round job. Some have received a letter recently, others a dues notice. Please, if possible, send your dues A.S.A.P. Now is a great time to think about Perpetual Membership. A one time fee for life and you help the lodge. Call if you are interested. Along with help from Br. Andy Paradowski and Br. Josh Armstrong, we are on a new program from Grand Lodge called M.O.R.I. This will make communications between me and the Grand Lodge much more efficient. Thanks to all who have helped with this.

Trustee '09 George Burgess, PM Otto Tesch, PM Andy Paradowski, PM Trustee '10 Charles Roeder, PM Mark Truesdell, PM Trustee '11 David Haase, PM William Huegel, PM

Kenwood North Shore Chapter #90 Royal Arch Masons

Kenwood Council #34 Royal & Select Masons Companions, I would like to thank you all for the vote of confidence for my service in the upcoming year. Our core of officers will keep our council in good shape for 2010. Please come to our joint installation! Use the form below to register. Our newly elected secretary will have dues cards and notices out soon. Please send in your payment right away and come to our installation. Zealously yours, David Haase Thrice Illustrious Master

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We will have elections on November 12, 2009. We need all of our members to elect the new 2010 officers. Use the registration form below to sign up for the Joint Installation with Kenwood Council #34. Our secretary has informed me that you will soon be getting notice to pay dues. Please pay A.S.A.P. and sign your dues card when you get it. Thank you from our secretary and myself. Zealously yours, David Haase Excellent High Priest

E Joint Installation of Officers, December 10, 2009, 6:30pm Kenwood Chapter #90 RAM & Kenwood Council #34 R&SM Dinner Reservation Form Name_________________________________________________________________________ Address_____________________________________City/State/Zip________________________ Phone Number___________________________________email____________________________ Number attending

@ $20.00 = Total Amount Enclosed $

Please return reservation by December 4, 2009 to: David Haase, PM A 5168 N. Hollywood A Whitefish Bay, WI 53217 Or Call Dave at 414-964-4080.

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Trustee Corner

Dinner Club The next Dinner Clubs will be Friday, December 4th at Alioto's, 3041 N Mayfair Rd. and January 29, 2010 at Claim Jumper East side of Brookfield Square by Sears. Drinks at 6pm followed by dinner and lively conversation. All are welcome at Dinner Club including ladies, friends and family. Please RSVP by the Thursday before each Dinner Club meeting. Dick Paradowski at 262-782-8835.

THE SURVEYOR

My Dear Brothers, Our job as Trustees this past year has been very easy. All our committee chairmen have done their jobs so well as to make ours better. Thanks to all who helped wax the floors and clean the carpet; we are in good shape. Thanks to our maintenance committee. We will have elections November 3, 2009 to elect three Trustees. If you would like to nominate someone, even yourself, please come to the meeting. Our last meeting was October 6th. If you have concerns, please call. Your opinion is valuable! Fraternally, Dave Haase

George Washington 1776 Masonic Fund, Inc. Brethren, As President of the fund, this year, I

THE SURVEYOR Vol. X No. 5 ©2009 George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board A Bi-Monthly Periodical Established July, 2000 Chuck Carroll, Editor in Chief Barb Carroll, Proof Reader Contributors: David Haase, PM; Franklin Nuernberger; Otto Tesch, PM; Walt Smith; Terry Johannes; Andy Paradowski, PM; Joshua Armstrong, PM Photographers: Chuck Carroll; Terry Johannes

The Surveyor is printed & mailed by Central File Inc., Br. Dan Chaudoir, President. Payment for printing is donated directly to the George Washington Masonic Fund. Silver Spring Masonic Center 517 E. Beaumont Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Deadline for submissions for the January/February issue of The Surveyor: Tuesday, December 1, 2009

would like to thank you for your generous donations to the Fund. Additional funds have come in from the Sprecher Brewery “Treats for Troops” and the George Washington Stein Club. These additional donations along with our investments and a better economy this year will make it possible to give more. Along with the high school scholarships, I am asking you to recommend various charities to which we may give. All written requests must be in my possession by November 24, 2009 and need to be specific, including name and address of recipient and the reason for giving. The next meeting of the GW1776 Fund will be December 8, 2009 and is open to all brethren of our lodge. We will be electing a new director and vote on the 2009 gifts and 2010 officers. Please give your requests some thought and turn them in on time. Thank you, Dave Haase


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by Terry Johannes This is the third in a series about Masonic Temples no longer being used for their original purpose. These abandoned and reclaimed structures remain memorials to our glorious past. Dedicated to this quest, the author investigates the Lost Temples of Wisconsin. -ed.

Kilbourn Lodge No.3 No other lost temple is seen more but rarely recognized as the Kilbourn Masonic Temple. It is seen by thousands of commuters every day as they pass through the Marquette interchange. The old lodge building overlooks the interchange on 11th street just north of Wells Street. Kilbourn lodge was the third Wisconsin Lodge to be chartered in 1843( Older lodges were Melody Lodge #1 in Milton and Melody Lodge No. 2 in Plattville). At that time it was known as Milwaukee Lodge No. 3 and Byron Kilbourn, one of the three founders of Milwaukee, was elected Master that year. Throughout his life Kilbourn was a major benefactor of Milwaukee Lodge and built them a Temple in 1859 on present day Plankinton Avenue, North of Wisconsin Avenue. The rent was $1 per year. Milwaukee Lodge changed its name to Kilbourn Lodge in 1869. Upon his death in 1870, Byron Kilbourn's estate gave Milwaukee Lodge a 999 year lease on the Temple at $1 per year. For nearly fifty years the Plankinton building was home to Kilbourn Lodge. By 1880 they were the largest Lodge in the state of Wisconsin. Tragedy struck in 1910 when fire destroyed the old Temple. In 1911 the present Kilbourn Masonic Temple was built between Wells Street & Kilbourn Avenue on 11th Street.

Cornerstone showing both building dates.

It was down the street from the Ivanhoe Commandery which stood at 10th & Wisconsin Avenue until it was demolished for the Marquette interchange construction in the 1960's. Kilbourn Lodge occupied this building for the next ninety years until they merged with another lodge. In 2004 the building was sold and plans were announced to turn it into a banquet facility. Today the Kilbourn Masonic Temple sits vacant. The banquet plans have yet to materialize. However "KILBOURN MASONIC TEMPLE" can still be seen along the roof line and the corner stone shows the construction dates of the two Kilbourn Temples Next time you're driving through the Marquette Interchange look to the West before Wells Street and catch a glimpse of Kilbourn Lodge. If you miss it look at the "Stated Communications" page of the Masonic Journal. A drawing of Kilbourn Lodge is used in the heading.

Roofline detail.

Temple photos by Terry Johannes


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In Memoriam 2009 And when at last he shall have diligently executed in the rough quarries of earth the designs which Thou hast inscribed upon his trestle-board... may he be raised to the life eternal and in the Grand Lodge above be permitted to see Thee face to face, to worship Thee there in the beauty of holiness forever and ever.

Grant Collins of Madison, raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, April 20, 1948, died, July 12, 2009. Richard Huegel of Menomonee Falls, raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, April 19, 1951, died, August 23, 2009. John Fillinger of Saukville, raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, October 28, 1965, died, August 2, 2009. Richard Hodgins of Brown Deer raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, April 4, 1998, died, May 5, 2009. Walter Crow of Milwaukee raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, September 29, 1936, died, March 29, 2009. Ray Kieren of Whitefish Bay, raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, May 31, 1983, died, August 12, 2009. Earl Vogt of Hollywood, FL, raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, November 5, 1946, died, April 4, 2008.

Recent Events At and About the Lodge GW1776 Welcomes Masons from Afar The lodge has been especially blessed this year with many distinguished guests and visitors. Most recently we were visited by Fred Shortreed of San Diego, California, a member of La Mesa Lodge No. 407. Br. Shortreed was in Wisconsin visiting his wife’s family and took advantage of an invitation by his brother-in-law, Senior Deacon Chuck Carroll, to attend the raising of Br. Wollen on September 29. On September 15, the lodge was visited by Br. Marcos Campos, from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He came at the invitation of Chuck Carroll who had been informed that Secretary Dave Haase had received a letter from the Grand Lodge, along with a letter from the Grand Lodge in Brazil. Brother Marcos was thrilled to see how we did some things the same, but much of the ritual was different from that in Brazil. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, so naturally titles and words are different, as are certain signs.

Brothers Keith, Horace and Tyler chat with their Brazilian brother, Marcos.


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District 12 Meeting by Andy Paradowski, PM, AA 12-2

Wisconsin Job’s Daughters’ 50th Anniversary Jamboree

Jamboree 2009 50th Anniversary Fireworks, crafts, sports, Jamboree Jog, dance, hot dog feast and commemorative lanyards, Miss Wisconsin Job’s Daughters Pageant, and the Grand Bethel meeting and installation made up the activity filled weekend as Wisconsin’s Job’s Daughters celebrated their 50th Anniversary in Jamboree 2009. According to Mom Dorothy Cigale, PHQ, RPE the 50th anniversary Jamboree “is etched in the memories of so many as the greatest weekend of Wisconsin Job’s Daughteres. This enthusiasm has given renewed momentum to other future Job’s Daughters activities.” Also in attendance was Most Worshipful Grand Master Craig S. Campbell and his officers and ladies, as well as Worthy Grand Matron Bobbi Jo Oyen.

Nathan Hale Lodge hosted the fall District 12 meeting on Saturday October 3, 2009. Five Brothers from George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 as well as 35 Masons from throughout the district attended. District Deputy Bob Strader presented an ambitious agenda that included updates on M.O.R.I., Schools of Instruction, Lodge Inspections, and the Traveling Gavel as well as group discussions on Communication Modes and styles and Lodge Best Practices. Grand Lecturer Ken Gorgon gave a talk on our Ritual and how quality work distinguishes us. The Right Worshipful Joe Harker, Deputy Grand Master led a discussion about the Lodge Excellence Award and Worshipful Brother Don Hensiak, Junior Grand Steward, led a discussion about Posting and the Ashlar Award. Although the next district meeting is scheduled for March 6 at Palmer Lodge, the assembled brethren of District 12 have found enough value in these meetings to request that they be offered quarterly. Please watch for an announcement of another meeting for the early Spring. All Lodge officers are encouraged to attend the district meetings, but any Mason will find attending to be a worthwhile experience.

WM Frank Nuernberger presents 50 year certificate to Br. Jim Weber.

50 Years of Service On October 6, 2009, Brother Jim Weber was honored for 50 years of Service to the fraternity, having been made a Master Mason in 1959. He was awarded with a 50 year pin, a Grand Master’s pin, certificate, and best of all, a paid up dues card for life!

Terrence Wollen “raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason,” September 29, 2009 at GW1776.


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Upcoming Events Laurel Oaks Special Communications by Terry Johannes The Masonic meeting at Laurel Oaks Retirement Community, 1700 W Bender Rd., Glendale, is scheduled for Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 7:00pm. It will be a regular lodge meeting as we had in March. Will Cekosh presents

Masonic Education Night Will Cekosh has again organized a Masonic Education Night. This time we will meet on Friday the 13th and coincidently, Br. Will is planning a lesson on the Number 13 in Masonic tradition. Also speaking will be Josh Armstrong on Masonic Vocabulary. One of our new Masters, Tyler Kristopeit will speak on the topic of the Tiler’s Position, and Chuck Carroll will bring up the controversial topic of Derogatory Masonic Terms. This event starts at 7:00pm on November 13th and there will be refreshments served afterwards. Bring your good luck charms and prepare to have fun while you learn.

Apples & Ballots Elections of 2010 Lodge Officers & Trustees will be Tuesday, November 3, 2009. Come cast your votes and have an apple with your brothers.

George Washington 1776 Lodge to Hold Table Lodge at Sprecher Brewery by Andy Paradowski, PM Come hoist a few with the Brothers of George Washington Lodge as we host a Table Lodge at Sprecher Brewery on Thursday October 29. The festivities will begin with a reception at 6:30. The Table Lodge, which will include the Ceremony of the Seven Toasts, will begin at 7:00pm. The cost of the event is $20, which includes beer, soda, and food. The dinner will feature a German-themed menu including a green salad, German potato salad, spaetzle, red cabbage, and choice of chicken breast or beef sauerbraten. Brethren from throughout Southeastern Wisconsin are invited to attend. The Table Lodge will be tiled in the EA degree, so all EA's and FC's (vouched for by a Master Mason) may attend. Please make reservations, with payment, to Secretary David Haase, 5168 N Hollywood Ave, Whitefish Bay, WI 53217-5650 by October 23. Space is limited and reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.

The George Washington Stein Club will meet 7:00pm on November 19th and December 17th at Sprecher Brewery. Members whose birthdays fall on those months must bring treats for all and are encouraged to consider holiday themes. If you have ordered a stein and have not yet picked it up or paid for it, you must contact Dave Haase before November’s meeting or it will be sold to someone else. Toasting cannons will also be available.

Come to the Christmas Party, Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 6:00PM. Bring your FAMILY AND FRIENDS, along with a side dish and/or dessert to share and a White Elephant Gift to auction for charity! After a delicious dinner we will sing carols and toast the new year!


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Christmas 2009

The Annual George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 Christmas Party will be held Tuesday, 6:00pm, December 15, 2009. We will gather at 6:00 to sing carols, spread good cheer and share a delicious ham dinner! Everyone is encouraged to bring a dish to pass. The Lodge will provide ham and rolls.

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There will also be a White Elephant Auction conducted by our honorable secretary, David Haase, PM the proceeds of which will benefit a charity of the Master’s choosing. Brother Otto Tesch will be coordinating the event; please contact Br. Otto if you would like to help in any way that you can. Other than the auction gift and dish to pass, there is no charge for this dinner & party. RSVP to David Haase, PM by December 12th or use the form provided below:

E Christmas Party Dinner Reservation Form Name Address

City/State/Zip

Phone

email_______________________

Number attending

Dish to Pass

Please return reservation by December 10, 2009 to: David Haase, PM A 5168 N. Hollywood A Whitefish Bay, WI 53217 Or Call Dave at 414-964-4080.

Joshua’s Masonic Crossword by Joshua Armstrong

Across 2. Not your regular lodge 6. Ritualistic movements 10. Supporting characters 11. Just to be sure 12. A good Western 16. Ticket to ride 18. They are taboo 19. Helps to stay in touch 20. Lodge of MMs 21. A lodge building 22. It makes you a Mason 23. Low-twelve

Down 1. You may choose these rites 3. Very nosy observers 4. Gentleman from the East 5. Guarded Lodge 6. Lodge of FCs 7. Ever green 8. Lesser three 9. System of morality 13. Due restraint 14. Denomination 15. Prefers southern climes 17. First Most Excellent Grand Master

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2009 Lodge Officers Worshipful Master Frank Nuernberger 414-357-8141 bayite2@aol.com

Senior Warden Walt Smith 414-906-1695

Junior Warden Otto Tesch, PM 414-445-3537 ottomilw@sbcglobal.net

Treasurer Charles Roeder, PM 262-238-0162 croeder2@wi.rr.com

Senior Deacon Chuck Carroll 414-336-4252 sifuchuck@aol.com

Senior Steward Terry Johannes 414-963-4493 sjohannes@wi.rr.com

Secretary David Haase, PM 414-964-4080

Junior Deacon William Cekosh 414-704-2810 williamcekosh@yahoo.com

Junior Steward Josh Armstrong 414-543-9964 jarmstrong@wi.rr.com

Chaplain Horace Palmer, PM 414-332-3515

Counselor Mark Truesdell, PM 262-376-2173 markt@zimmermannprinting.com

Tiler James Roberts, PM 414-332-8247 jamesruthann@yahoo.com

George Washington 1776 Lodge No. 337 F&AM Silver Spring Masonic Center 517 E. Beaumont Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Lodge Phone: 414-964-4080 ĂŠ Visit our Web Site: WWW.GW1776.ORG


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