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THE SURVEYOR

THE SURVEYOR

Vol. XI No. 2

George Washington 1776 Lodge #337 F&AM Trestle Board

March/April, 2010

Job’s Daughters Grace George Washington 1776 Lodge

Honored Queen Erin Athy of Job’s Daughters Bethel 6

Honor Mason Night Join Job’s Daughters, Bethel 6 at 7:30 pm, on Friday, March 26, 2010, at Lake Lodge as they honor Masons! For more information, call Sheryl Bertram, PHQ, MM, Bethel Guardian, Bethel 6 at (414) 486-0806.

WHITEFISH BAY, WI On Friday evening, February 12, 2010, GW1776 opened its doors to Job’s Daughters, Bethel 6 of Lake Lodge. Led by Honored Queen and Grand Bethel Junior Princess Erin Athy and her entourage, Senior Princess Megan Bertram and Junior Princess Samantha Campagna, the officers of Bethel 6 conducted the installation of Choir member Katie Zalinski and the initiation of two new members. Once seated in their places, the girls waited patiently while Chaplain Colleen Athy led first-time attendees in an oath of secrecy. The initiation of new members went very smoothly. The various officers involved demonstrated skillful command of their parts, excelling in memory work while proud parents and visitors watched from the sidelines. (Continued on Page 7 )

CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATED AT THREE PILLARS by Barb Carroll DOUSMAN, WI Residents, staff and guests of Three Pillars Senior Living Communities in Dousman celebrated Chinese New Year with a Chinese

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Join Terry Johannes as he explores the long lost North Shore Masonic Center in this issue of The Surveyor. Page 4

Lion Dance Saturday, February 6th. Three Lion Dances and a Kung Fu Demonstration were performed by the world-renowned Whitefish Bay Kung Fu Club, led by GW1776 Junior Warden Chuck Carroll. The group began with a traditional Lion Dance known as “The Moon and Seven Stars,” which portrays the birth of the spirit of the Lion, a heaven-sent beneficent creature who comes to earth through the Big Dipper and crosses the Milky Way to consume the moon and a star. (Continued on Page 7 )

Inside the Surveyor... Message from the East. . . . . 2 Dinner Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Secretary’s Desk.. . . . . . . . . 3 Council & Chapter. . . . . . . . 3 Trustee Corner. . . . . . . . . . . 3 Lost Temples. . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Menus for Mar/Apr. . . . . . . 5 At & About the Lodge. . . 6-8 Up Coming Events.. . . . . 8-9 Business Directory. . . . . . . 10 Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Lodge Officers. . . . . . . . . . 12


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Dinner Club The next Dinner Clubs will be Fridays, March 26th at Yen Ching 7630 W. Good Hope Rd, and April 30th at the Elks Club 55th St. & Good Hope Rd..

M ESSAGE FROM THE E AST

Walt Smith, Worshipful Master Our lodge is made up of many different personalities and brothers from all walks of life. W e all bring many talents and abilities to our lodge. This represents most lodges in the Masonic Fraternity. Let’s look at the meaning of personality. The Merriam-W ebster Dictionary defines it as “the collection of emotional and behavioral traits that characterize a person.” Having so many different personality types, we must learn to work with each other to achieve the goals we set for our lodge. W e must respect each other’s opinions and rely on good judgement when dealing with the brothers of our lodge. In spite of our differences, we maintain our ties to each other.

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.

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Fortunately, we have many talented members who, when asked, will step up and take charge of the many tasks we face. Being ready to help in the case of a brother’s illness or inability to serve in his officer’s chair is paramount. This is an important step if we are to continue to function as a lodge. I would like to thank all the officers who, when asked, were willing to step up to new chairs. This is the type of team work that fosters good attitudes and the well-being of our lodge. In spite of recent set-backs we will surely move ahead and do an outstanding job. All this is possible with your continued support for this year. Many lodges look to us with great respect for all that we are able to accomplish. At the recent Friends Night, our Junior Grand Steward, Don Hensiak, said our lodge “has a nice balance of social activities and ritual work.” W hat a nice acknowledgment for our lodge. Let’s continue to put forth the effort needed to achieve the best that we can for our up-coming events. W e must all remember that a lodge is only as good as we, as brothers, can make it.

THE SURVEYOR Vol. XI No. 2 ©2010 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; Walt Smith; Terry Johannes; Barb Carroll 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.

Questions, problems or concerns? Call Walt Smith at 414-906-1695. “I’m here to help!”

Silver Spring Masonic Center 517 E. Beaumont Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217 Deadline for submissions for the M ay/June issue of The Surveyor: Tuesday, April 6, 2010


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From the Secretary’s Desk

Trustee Corner

W e are very busy with our M.O.R.I. system and our annual reports. Congratulations to our 2010 officers and success for the coming year. Please check your dues card. If it does not say 2010 and have the correct color you need to pay your dues.

Br. Dave Haase extends his thanks to all the Trustees for the January meeting. There was a lot of business to conduct for the 2010 year and a need to support the new officers of the lodge. He would like to thank our maintenance committee for the great job with the appearance of the building. “Thank You.”

David Haase Secretary

Kenwood Council #34 Royal & Select Masons Companions, It is with a heavy heart to inform you of the deaths of Companion Art W right and Bettie Burgess, the wife of Companion George Burgess. Our hearts and prayers go out to the families. Our February meeting was light because our secretary was attending an annual meeting in Florida. W e will have elections coming in April and Installation June 10, 2010. Please come and be an active part of our Council. Zealously yours, David Haase Thrice Illustrious Master

30 Day Notice of Council & Chapter By-Laws Amendment Council and Chapter by-laws will be amended to change the calendar year. The current year runs from January 1 to December 31. The amendment would change the calendar year to run from May 1 to April 30 to coincide with the Grand Conclave.

Trustees Trustee '10 Charles Roeder, PM Mark Truesdell, PM Trustee '11 David Haase, PM William Huegel, PM Trustee '12 George Burgess, PM Jim Roberts, PM Andy Paradowski, PM

Kenwood North Shore Chapter #90 Royal Arch Masons Greetings to all the Companions. I hope you are in good health. Our election for the up and coming year will be March 11, 2010 with Installation May 13. Hope to see you then. In our May meeting we will talk about our Annual Conclave in Green Bay. Zealously yours, David Haase Excellent High Priest

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by Terry Johannes This is the fifth in a series about Masonic Tem ples no longer being used for their original purpose. These abandoned and reclaim ed structures rem ain memorials to our glorious past. Dedicated to this quest, the author investigates the Lost Tem ples of Wisconsin. -ed. North Shore Masonic Center, 7800 N. Green Bay Ave., Glendale, Wisconsin Milwaukee and James Hayes Lodges had met at James A. Garfield temple for many years when they decided to build their own temple in 1964. The two lodges were able to purchase an odd sized lot in Glendale that was bordered by Milwaukee and River Hills. At the time of purchase, the lot was considered undesirable because of its pie shape and as a result was "priced right" Ground was broken and the corner stone was laid in 1964. The lodges moved into their new Temple in 1965. The new Temple was built in tan brick and trimmed in black granite with Square and Compasses facing Green Bay Avenue. The symbol of Masonry quickly became a landmark to all driving North on Green Bay Road. The only windows were facing the parking lot and were in the common areas. The first floor consisted of the main lodge room, posting rooms and a Masters Board meeting room. Downstairs was divided into large and small dining rooms By 1969 the neighborhood had changed around Garfield Temple at 27th & Chambers. The members decided to sell the

Joint Lodge Cornerstone

old Lodge building and buy 1/3rd interest in the Milwaukee-Hayes Temple and it was renamed Milwaukee - Hayes - Garfield temple. Along with Garfield Lodge came Garfield Chapter RAM, Milwaukee Chapter DeMolay, Eastern Star, and Jobs Daughters. In 1982 Harmony Lodge, which met at Silver Spring Masonic Temple merged with Milwaukee Lodge to form Milwaukee-Harmony Lodge. Around the same time Hiram Sawyer Lodge merged with Hayes Lodge Eventually the building was re-named the North Shore Masonic Center. W ith aging members, the three lodges decided to install an elevator in the late 1980's. W hat seemed like a good idea at the time, this expensive project eventually bankrupted Garfield lodge and they were forced to disband by the late 90's. Milwaukee-Harmony and Hayes lodges decided to put the building up for sale. The not so old Temple was sold to the Mandel Group in 2004 and was slated for demolition to make way for a condominium complex. Slow sales and a recession ended the condominium project. The Mandel

Group put the property up for sale in September 2009. Today, the Milwaukee - Hayes Garfield Temple sits empty and is slowly falling into ruin. After selling the building Hayes now meets at the Humphrey Scottish Rite Center and Milwaukee-Harmony meets at the Sheridan on Brown Deer Road. Neighbors told me that the roof leaks and the basement has standing water. The day I stopped to take pictures maintenance workers had been clearing water-damaged furniture, carpeting and other debris. Though the outside still looks good, the Temple is a complete wreck inside and demolition will be its eventual fate. George W ashington Lodge has several connections to the Milwaukee Hayes - Garfield Temple. Bro. Jim Roberts is Past Master of Sawyer lodge and your Temple hunter was raised in this building in 1983. The most visible connection is the landmark Square & Compasses that Bro. Dave Haase saved from MHG Temple that now can be seen on the East side of our Lodge building.

The MHG Tem ple Square and Com passes on the East side of the Silver Spring Masonic Center.

Tem ple photos by Terry Johannes Source for Lost Temples: Forward Freem asonry Vol.1&2, Allan E. Iding, editor, Grand Lodge F&AM of WI, 1996


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Upcoming Menus All Stated Meeting Dinners require reservations.* M arch 2, 2010 Baked Ham M acaroni & Cheese Carrots Dinner Rolls Dessert: Kringle

M arch 16, 2010 St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef & Cabbage Potatoes & Carrots Rye Bread Dessert: Cheese Cake

April 6, 2010 Top Pork Loin Chops Potatoes Corn Dessert: Cake

April 20, 2010 Burgers & Chips Veggie Tray Dessert: Ice Cream Sundaes

Drinks for all meals include choice of : coffee, soda, tea, milk, water. *To place your light dinner reservation, simply call Chuck Carroll at 414-336-4252 or email: sifuchuck@aol.com, no later than the weekend prior to each stated meeting date. Feel free to invite family and friends.

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Recent Events At and About the Lodge

2010 GW1776 Officers Installed WHITEFISH BAY, WI Saturday, January 16, the 2010 officers of George Washington 1776 were installed in what District 12 Deputy Bob Strader called, “a perfect installation.” The morning event started with an impressive flag presentation by Specialist 4th Class, Br. Joe Fahrenkopf, flanked by Frank Nuernberger, PM and Lost Temples contributor, Terry Johannes. Installing Marshall Mark Truesdell, PM and Installing Master Andy Paradowski, PM demonstrated flawless skills as they installed this year’s officers. Brethren of the lodge were happy to see Br. Tony Busalacchi, PM who has been absent from the lodge meetings this past year due to

WM Walt Sm ith at the Alter

Flag Presentation

his exemplary involvement as a volunteer at the Veterans Hospital in Milwaukee. His devotion to the men and women of our Armed Forces has been an inspiration and fine example for all. Also attending, Br. Dave Reber, PM led the assembly in singing the National Anthem and also sang a moving solo version of the Lord’s Prayer while kneeling at the alter. A delicious brunch was served afterwards in the lodge dining hall, where a lively crowd gathered to enjoy one another’s company. All in all, it was a fine event which will be remembered in years to come.

Change in Officer Line

Front row L-R: Tiler Jim Roberts, PM; Jr. Deacon Josh Arm strong, PM Sr. Deacon Will Cekosh; WM Walt Sm ith; District Deputy Bob Strader; Chaplain Horace Palm er, PM; Jr. Warden Chuck Carroll. Back row L-R: Counselor Mark Truesdel, PM, Dick Marcus, PM; Phil Curry; Sr. Steward Keith Sargeant; Joe Fahrenkopf; Sr. Warden Otto Tesch; Dave Reber, PM; Jr. Steward Tyler Kristopeit; Area Adm inistrator Andy Paradowski, PM

With the year only just begun, there is already a change in the officer line. Br. Josh Armstrong has stepped down in order to dedicate more time to Lake Lodge. Keith Sargeant has been moved up to Jr. Deacon, Tyler Kristopeit is the new Sr. Steward, and taking Tyler’s place as Jr. Steward is Br. Joe Fahrenkopf.


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CHINESE NEW YEAR (Continued from Page 1 ) The Whitefish Bay Kung Fu Club, led by Brother Chuck Carroll, the sifu or teacher of the club, performed a lion dance at Three Pillars Senior Living Communities in Dousman on February 6 to celebrate Chinese New Year. The audience of about 80 residents and guests enthusiastically applauded the performance. Lion dances are traditionally performed by kung fu practitioners as a show of strength, agility and stamina. Since the lion bestows good luck on all in attendance, lion dances are a part of many celebrations, especially the

Job’s Daughters

Lion places tangerine peel on spectator for good luck

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Chinese New Year, birthdays, weddings, store openings, and even funerals. The lion must solve a puzzle or chang in order to get to the lettuce or choi in which the payment or lei see is hidden. The lion must be paid or no luck will be given. The club received a payment of $250 for the performance, but they promptly returned a check for the same amount to Three Pillars to benefit special programs for the seniors in residence.

Teaser leads Baby Lion

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Other officers present besides the Honorable Queen and the Senior and Junior Princesses included: Chaplain Colleen Athy, Guide Amber Inmar, Marshall Kim N i e mi e c , S e c r e t a r y M e g a n Nowakowski, Treasurer Miranda Campagna, Junior Custodian Serenity Sadowski, Senior Custodian, Librarian, and Messenger Annalise Ross, Outer Guard Dani Weber, Inner Guard Alex Weber, and Messengers Tyler Fons, Caitlyn Cigale, and

Kristin Heino. Job’s Daughters was founded in 1920 as an opportunity for girls 10 to 20 years of age, with a Masonic Heritage, to work together, learn about themselves and help others. As it is written in the Book of Job, “And in all the land were no women found so fair as the Daughters of Job.” If you had seen them at our lodge that night, you would have agreed that indeed, there are none fairer than these.

Job’s Daughters Bethel 6 Officers with new m em bers Gina Muloch and Ely Bingheim

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Mom Sheryl Bertram gives last m inute instructions to Choir Mem ber Katie Zalinski

Living Cross perform ed by Job’s Daughters, Bethel 6 at GW1776


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George Washington Dinner The Annual GW Dinner was held on Washington’s birthday, February 22, 2010, to honor Marshall Chay, member of the Board of Directors of the Ronald McDonald House since 2006. Chay was born in Seoul, South Korea and came to the US when he was eight years old. He landed his first job at McDonald’s on his 16th birthday and in 1991 bought his first McDonald’s. By 2006 he had owned 10 different McDonald’s and sold all but the one In Wauwatosa.

Sr. Deacon Will Cekosh and fiancé Randi Whitsell enjoy cherry pie and good company at the GW Dinner.

Mrs. Chay looks on as her husband receives a Certificate of Appreciation from WM Walt Sm ith.

Marshall Chay and his wife, Jenny, started the ACME Foundation to provide grants to charities that help children and the hungry. He also volunteers with Junior Achievement, teaching business skills to grade school students. The evening began with a lovely reception prepared by Barb Carroll and held in the George Washington Lounge where Joanne Smith served punch to brethren and guests. Appetizers included fresh vegetables, rolled miniature sandwiches, cheese and crackers and jumbo shrimp.

Worshipful Master Walt Smith and his lovely wife Joanne led the procession to the dining room for a delicious dinner catered and served by Jimbo’s Lodge Catering. Toasts to Masonic Patriots began with a toast to George Washington by Br. Tony Busalacchi, PM, followed by toasts by other brothers of the Lodge to John Hancock, Ben Franklin, and Paul Revere. WM Walt Smith toasted the Man of the Year and presented him with a certificate and a check for $200 for the Ronald McDonald House.

Upcoming Events Masonic Education Night Second Wednesdays Beginning on the second Wednesday in March, March 10th, Will Cekosh will be hosting Masonic Education Night. This is an opportunity for brothers from GW1776 and other lodges to get together over light refreshments

and learn about the ancient secrets of our esteemed fraternity. Various topics suitable for EAs, FCs, and MMs will be presented, after which will be thorough discussion and commentary. This is a great opportunity for you to add to your knowledge, or even to add your knowledge.

Laurel Oaks A Special Communication at Laurel Oaks Retirement Community, 1700 W Bender Rd., Glendale, is scheduled for Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 7:30pm. It will be a regular lodge meeting like those we have held there in the past. If you can attend, please let WM Walt Smith know.


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Saint Patrick’s Day Enjoy a delicious Saint Patrick’s Day Dinner before the stated meeting on March 16, 2010. The traditional corned beef and cabbage will be served. St. Patrick was actually a pagan named Maewyn who was born around 385 AD and sold into slavery at the age of 16. Six years later he escaped and made his way to a monastery in Gaul and was given the Christian name, Patrick. After years of study he went to Ireland and spent 30 years traveling through the country, making converts. He died on March 17, 461 and was later declared a saint.

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EASTER EGG HUNT Saturday, April 3, 2010 at 10:00 AM, we will hold our Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Magic Show at the Silver Spring Masonic Center! Children will be entertained by our Worshipful Magician Walt Smith and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Light breakfast will be served! If you would like to help prepare Easter eggs for this event, please come to the Lodge for the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, March 16. We will be assembling candy-filled eggs on that date.

The next School of Instruction for the District 12 Joint School “C,” which includes GW 1776 Lodge No. 337, Wauwatosa Lodge No. 267, and Freemasons Lodge No. 363 will be held Monday, March 22, 2010 at Wauwatosa Lodge No. 267. GW1776 will be conducting the first section of the Master Mason Degree, Wauwatosa will cover the second section and Freemasons will conduct the closing of a lodge of Master Masons. All Master Masons are invited to attend.

# Annual Ladies at the Table Dinner Tuesday, May 4th Reception at 5:30 pm Dinner at 6:15 pm Brethren, bring your ladies and guests, and welcome the 2010 recipient of the George Washington 1776 Woman of the Year Award. If you are planning to attend, RSVP our Junior Warden, Chuck Carroll at 414-336-4252 or email Chuck at sifuchuck@aol.com. Name:_______________________________________________ Lodge No.______________ Phone Number___________________________________email____________________________ Number attending

@ $12.50 = Total Amount Enclosed $

Choose one for each person attending:

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______ Beef

______Chicken

Please return reservation & check payable to GW 1776 Lodge by April 20, 2010 to: Chuck Carroll — 2170 W . M arne Ave. — Glendale, W I 53209

Note: If you make a reservation, you must include payment. Family and Friends W elcome!


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Business card Directory Hours: 8 AM to 6 PM Saturdays Until 4 PM Closed Mondays

Appointments 964-4080

Haase’s Hair Emporium

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Specializing in Life, Major Medical & Medicare Supplement Insurance

Franklin G Nuernberger Accountant/Tax Specialist

414-357-8141 414-581-2019 Cell

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Magic Entertainment for any occasion

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Got a Business to Advertise? We are offering free space to members of the GW1776 Lodge. Send your business card to: The Surveyor, c/o Chuck Carroll, EIC, 2170 West Marne Ave., Glendale, WI 53209 or email: sifuchuck@aol.com


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Easter Egg Hunt Degree Team Light Supper Stated Communication Kenwood Council #34 Degree Team Masonic Education Night GW Stein Club at Sprecher Degree Team Light Supper Stated Communication Degree Team Dinner Club

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2010 Lodge Officers Worshipful Master Walt Smith 414-906-1695

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

Junior Warden Chuck Carroll 414-336-4252 sifuchuck@aol.com

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

Junior Deacon Keith Sargeant 414-881-7060 wisarge@yahoo.com

Senior Steward Tyler Kristopeit 608-346-0066 tylerjk2@uwm.edu

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

Secretary David Haase, PM 414-964-4080

Junior Steward Joe Fahrenkopf 920-296-0171 fahrenkopf.joseph@gmail.com

Counselor Mark Truesdell, PM 262-376-2173

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

Chaplain Horace Palmer, PM 414-332-3515

mark.truesdell@gmail.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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