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1 4,. 0-0 ' -' Vol. 77 DEGREE DAY AT WALKER LODGE 28 SEPTEMBER 2002 The Degree Rally at Walker Lodge #306, on Saturday, September 28, 2002 went on as scheduled. The Lodge was opened at 11 :00 by Grand Master Joseph M. Strausser and the Initiatory Degree was supposed to start around 11 :00 AM, but got off to a slow start around 11:45 AM. There were 18 Candidates for the Initiatory Degree, which was a rather big class, and there wasn't an open seat to be had anywhere within the Lodge Room. We then broke for lunch and there was some confusion about the number of people having lunch and the counts were low, so some people kind of missed having their lunch. The 1ST, 2ND Degrees were then done, with a small necessity break in between. Then the 3RD Degree was done - for all three Degrees we had 28 people total. This was also a large class to be done. The Degree Team did a very outstanding job with all the Degrees, and they should be proud of the work they did and accomplished. Dinner was held afterwards and was very good and filling. 1 believe a Good time was had by all. Unfortunately, I have no photographs at this time from the degree - hopefully someone will find pity on me and send me a few for the next issue. Warren]. Windham, G S CONGRATULATIONS The Sovereign grand Lodge report regarding donations to the Arthritis Foundation and the Arthritis Society of Canada shows that the total donated from 1984 to 2002 is $5,846, That is an impressive total. The total for 2002 was $585, The Grand Lodge and Rebekah Assembly ofpennsylvania were awarded the Gold Award (donations between $25,000 and $74,000) for donating a total of$28, Pat yourselves on the back with one hand for all you accomplished this year, but we can't rest on our, laurels. Dig deep into your pocket with the other hand and support the PA Arthritis Committee in its efforts to help the three PA Arthritis Foundation Chapters. We greatly appreciate your generosity and our efforts are helping! Other Gold Award winners were Grand Lodge & Rebekah Assembly ofnorth Carolina ($68,853.6); Grand Lodge & Rebekah Assembly of New Jersey ($50,2000). KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! I 002 No.8 LADIES AUXILIARY PArRIARCHS MILITANT Lady Myra's Installation Message To all Dignitaries, ChevaHers, Ladies, Brothers, Sisters, Relatives and Friends. Thank you for being here tonight. To the Officers and members of the Department Association of PA, I want to thank you for the privilege of being here as your President. Your confidence in elevating me to this important position will be served to the best of my ability. My motto for my term will be but one word, "Believe"; my Association President Lady Myra Adams Theme "Believe in Yourself'; anything is possible if you believe. My Song "I Believe"; my Scripture "They that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength," Isaiah Ch. 40, Verse #3l. My main program will be support Camp JRA, a camp for youth with some form of Arthritis, Youth Programs and Department Association. My Guide, the Holy Bible, The Ritual and the Code of Laws. Ladies, this is a good time to evaluate what and who we are, nd take steps to improve and entich our lives and our Order. O ur Order needs our attendance, contributions and service. Let us stand up and be recognized. Be proud of ourselves, our uniform and who we are - We are Ladies. A special thank you to all the Ladies who so graciously accepted their positions - we will work together. T o the installing staff, YOll did a great job and I admire you for it. To my Chief of Staff - Maj. Gen. Ret. John Kunkleman, PDC, your presence means a lot to me - Thank you. Last but, not forgotten, my very best friend, the man of my life, my husband and Dept. Commander, Brig. Gen. Nevin W. Adams. Thanks for not letting me give up. I leave you all with a favorite thought, "True Greatness is not attained by giving orders, but by serving. Thank you.

2 H THE PENN SY LVANIA ODD F E LLOW November 2002 The Pennsylvania Odd Fellow and Rebekah Magazine (USPS ) Publi hed in the City of Midd letown, I A monthly by THE GRAND LODGE OF PENNSYLVANIA INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS 1001 West Harrisburg Pike Middletown, PA WARREN J. WINDHAM Manager - Editor 1001 West Harrisburg Pike Middletown, PA SARA V. BONSON Rebekah Coordinator 39 Queen St., Box 152 Reedsville, PA Publicallon umber Peri<XIical Postage paij.it Mid,Uewwll. Penn...yIVlllI111 and addil iunal offices. "* Po.lffinS[er..* Send change or ildjrc~s [0: PennsylvaIll3 OJd Fellow ami Rehekah Magazine 1001 W. IIarrL~b\lrg Pike Middletown. PA SUBSCRIPTION RATES Subscripriull price... $6.00 pet year 10 or more copies f() one IIddress... $5.00 each ROSTER LJJge I1lIII\C. No. anj address, ni!:lu ~Ii meeting. name and address and when a change is no!(;t.~ be sun> [() mention the fonner address. Suhbc:ribers houlj be careful w give tbeir oorrecl posr office adcfre:;.~ and when a change I~ n essary be sure to mention the lanner addrcss. Anlde:; fm puhlication mll~ rellch rhe offict: of the GmnJ LoJge III Mlddlemwo no[ later than rhe 5th of e"dch momh to insure their inst.'nion in nexr 1I'\l.UUh" issue.. OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE JOSEPH M. STRAUSSER.... H... GRAND MASTER 121 N. Cornwdll Ave., Ventnor, NJ 084CJ HERMAN L. SCHLOTT...' DEPUTY GRAND MASTER PO Box 4, Gdstonville, PA THOMAS McHUGH GRAND WARDEN 22 W.shington Terrdce, Pittston, PA RICHARD L. HEFFNER.....H...H GRAND TREASURER 8 S. 3rd St., Dillsburg, PA WARREN J. WINDHAM GRAND SECRETARY 1001 W. Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA FAX: ERNEST L. NELSON..... GRAND REPRESENTATIVE 811 Wyoming Ave., Erie, PA MAYNARD ERNST GRAND REPRESENTATIVE PO Box 105, Tdtdmy, PA REGINALD COOK... JR. PAST GRAND MASTER 140 Junewood Dr., Levittown, PA PAUL C. COOKE, JR.....H..GRAND MARSHAL 224 Andover Rd., Fdirl"" Hills, PA JAMES BlANEY GRAND CONDUCTOR 2689 Winchester Ave., Philddelphid, PA J. WAlLACE SHAKLEY.. '... H... GRAND CHAPLAIN PO Box 97, Pelrolid, PA STEWART BRENNEMAN..... GRAND GUARDIAN 2402 Berkshire u.ne, Dover, PA CARL BENNETT... GRAND HERALD 755 Egypt Hollow Rd., Julidn, PA MARC ROSSENWASSER....H.... GRAND LODGE ATIORNEY 1509 Ldwyers Building, Pittsburgh, PA REBEKAH ASSEMBLY RUTH A. GOOD PRESIDENT PO Box 115, Fdirmount City, PA TAMARA SCHLOTT VICE PRESIDENT 42 Granile Dr., PO Box 4, Gastonville, PA IZETTA McGILL Constdntine Rd., Smock, PA LAURA LOCKE..... SECRETARY 1001 West Hdrrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA W77 SARA V. BONSON TREASURER 39 Queen St., Reedsville, PA LEE ETTA MANSBERRY lara REPRESENTATIVE PO Box 79, 220 l,t St., Brownsville, PA IRENE KELLY... JR PAST PRESIDENT 509 Leech Ave., Sdltsburg, PA STATE OFFICES GRAND ENCAMPMENT Office W. Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA FAX: ARTHUR R. MOYER GRAND PATRIARCH 120 Grdndview Rd., Stdte Collese, PA LEON S. STAMM.... GRAND SCRIBE 315 Governor Dr., Mifflin Pdrk, Redding, PA PATRIARCHS MIUTANT DEPARTMENT COUNCIL BRIG. GEN. NEVIN W. ADAMS DEPARTMENT COMMANDER 951 Shoemdkersville Rd., Shoemdkersville, PA BRIG. GEN. (R) JOSEPH M. STRAUSSER Adjutdnt & Secretdry 121 N. Cornwdll Ave., Venlnor, NJ 084CJ DEPARTMENT ASSOCIATION L.A.P.M. lady MIRA ADAMS Shoemdkersville Rd., Shoemdkersville, PA lady MAE. I. HAUSSLER S. Kentucky Dr., EliZilbelhville, PA PRESIDENT... SECRETARY

3 November 2002 INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS JOHN PETERSON.. MANFRED BANGERT... MARIE MASON.. VIVIAN PURSELL.. REBEKAH MAGAZINE S.G.L....H SOVEREIGN GRAND MASTER 1848 N. 24th St., Ste 6, Phoenix, Al H... SOVEREIGN GRAND SECRETARY 422 Trade SI., Winston-Salem, NC lara 3616 Bewley Dr., Ft. Worth, TX Trade SI., Winston-Salem, NC PRESIDENT.. SECRETARY GENERAL MIUTARY COUNCIL GEN. WILLIAM H. WOLFF...H GENERAL COMMANDING 43 Second SI., Waterford, NY GEN. CLEMENT H. OlSON ADJUTANT 7243 Wilrose Ct., Tonawanda, NY lady JOYCE M. HIGGINS lady CAROLINE E. WATERBURY.. JOINT COMMITIEE CONTACTS INT'L ASSOC. L.A.P.M. 902 Nichols, Fulton, MO Rickett Rd., Brighton, MI PRESIDENT... SECRETARY JURISDIGIONAL PLANNING BOARD NEVIN W. ADAMS...H... CHAIRMAN 951 Shoemakersville Rd., Shoemakersville, PA GMOddfelloW aol.com MARY LANDES....H...H.. SECRETARY 316 S. Main SI., Sellersville, PA MAE D. JUDY.. DONALD R. TRULICK UNITED NATIONS PILGRIMAGE CHAIRMAN 123 Westside Dr., Bellefonte, PA 16823/ H... HH... H... CO-CHAIRMAN 161 Stover Rd., Bellefonte, PA 16823/ VISUAL RESEARCH/ASSISTANCE DONALD G. BUCHANAN... HHHH... HH... HHH... HH Veronica Dr., Pittsburgh, PA THOMAS MCHUGH JOINT YOUTH 22 Washington Terrace, Pittston, PA CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN ARTHRITIS CHARLES DANIHEL H... H... H... H... HH... H.... CHAIRMAN 1638 Hillcrest Rd., Laveroclc, PA LELAND DORCHESTER PA EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS Box 94, Cochranton, PA CHAIRMAN MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN NEVIN W. ADAMS HH.. HH.. HHHHHHH" GRAND LODGE 951 Shoemakersville Rd., Shoemakersville, PA GMOddfelloW aol.com SPECIAL THANKS to SPECIAL FRIENDS for all THE SYMPATHY CARDS with SPECIAL NOTES Love to All CLARA MAE & FAMILY fromthe Desk of the Grand &cretary Dear Readers, Well, that day did finally arrive as promised, and the first magazine - although smalldid make it to the printers, and yes I realize there were several mistakes. Yes, our Grand Master does have a brother, but it's not Herman our Deputy Grand Master. And there were a couple typo's in other places. Again, we need articles for the magazine. Without your help this publication will not survive. Please also note there are new changes as to some names, telephone numbers, and alike. Please - I ask for your help again. Please send in any Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc. so ~ can get them placed on the calendars. You will also notice a new section - a word find - with some other bits of humor and alike. This has been done for your enjoyment - so please get in to my desk by the 5TH of every month the items you'd like to have placed in our magazine. I would also like to personally thank Joan Givens, the Grand Lodge Bookkeeper, who's help with this magazine is outstanding. She's the only one who knows the paperwork ins and outs, so the publication gets into your hands. Again - if you notice any misprints, mistakes, please don't hesitate to make my office aware of the problem. InF, L, &T, Warren]. WiruIham Grand Secretary ATTENTION WEB USERS Visit Grand J,odge at,.. h~tp:(/www.ioofp".org 'ISlt ~o'.'t:rcign Grand Lodge at: lnlefi}('t Is COllrle!)l' of Stale (:ou l'~l' welge ; ]032 Ken KllJp, IH' hmasler ' 3

4 4 THE PENNSYLVANIA ODD FELLOW November ZOOZ COUNTY 'S ONLY 100F LODGE, AUXILIARY CONTINUE TO SERVE By Ron Morgan, Daily News Staff Writer The Mount Hor Independent Order ofodd Fellows (loof) No. 736 Lodge, Cassville, continues to be actively involved in a number of community-based activities, reports lodge secretary William L. Ramsey. Recently, the lodge members welcomed a number ofhigh-ranking 100F officials to a membership seminar held inthe former one-room Cassville school which now houses the Mount Hor Lodge. The state IOOF leaders, many of whom came to Cassville from Middletown, shared ideas with local lodge officials and enjoyed a covered dish luncheon with members and guests. Members of the Lady Evelyn Rebekah Lodge No. 22, the ladies auxiliary to the Cassville fraternity, also participated. "We enjoyed having the IOOF officials visit our lodge," explained Ramsey, owner/operator of Ramsey's Chain Saw Shop, Calvin. "We learned a lot from the leaders and they went away with a good understanding about some of the things we are involved in our community." Noting that the IOOF and its ladies auxiliary continue to assist "people in need," Ramsey pointed to a number of projects and activities the local lodge supports. Some examples are eye research, youth programs, International Youth Exchange: program, youth camps and recreational facilities, "Summer Music in the Park," United Nationals Pilgrimage for Youth, assistance to the worthy telethons (the Arthritis Foundation and the Odd Fellow/Rebekah Child Care program in which the 100F works with Social Services Programs), foster parents, day care and other services. Other community-based activities in which the 100F assists are the World Hunger and Disaster Fund, Geriatric Car and Homes for Seniors program, Arthritis Foundation and Health Care agencies and the Living Legacy Program which includes planting trees, shrubs and flower gardens in public areas and on government lands. The purpose of the involvement is to show the memhership's concern for the world's environmental problems. Proud of its "Partners in Community Service," Cassville lodge members and the "Rebekahs" are "opening doors through communication and participation," explained Ramsey. "We are striving to make our community a better place in which to live." Another example of all important roof activity is Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Visual Research Foundation that focuses on a "Vision for Sight" program. Created hy the Sovereign Grand Lodge of the 100F in 1956, the legislation made possible the Odd Fellows World Eye Bank and Visual Research Foundation that continues today. One of the major components of the program is the presentation A brightly lit Mount Hor Independent of Odd (IOOF) Lodge in Cassville is a familiar landmark in Trough Creek Valley. The lodge is the only one surviving in Huntingdon County. Participants of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (loof), Mount Hor Lodge No. 736, Cassville, and IOOF statewide leaders taking part in a recent membership seminar held in Cassville were, from the left: standing, Nelson Nead, conductor; Scott Parks, secretary; Stewart Brenneman, grand guardian; J. Wallace Shakley, grand chaplain; Nevin Adams, past grand master; Robert Morningstar, past sovereign grand chaplain; Robert E. Raffensberger, past grand guardian; Jeff Ruby, treasurer; and John "Jack" Keller, chaplain; seated, Bill Ramsey Jr., noble grand of the local lodge, and Chris Bowser, vice grand. of the Hugh]. Bradley Distinguished Service Award that recognizes outstanding dedication and efforts in the preservation of Sight. The award isgiven as a tribute to the memory ofhugh J. Bradley, PSGM, and first chairman of the Odd Fellows World Eye Bank and Visual Research Foundation. "It was through his foresight and work that the order was able to established a research chair at the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland," said Ramsey. The Cassville lodge is also involved in a number oflocal activities, including the highly popular Cassville Oktoberfest, community Easter Egg Hunt, distribution of candy during Halloween, assistance with a local youth dance at the annual Oktoberfest, to mention only a few activities. At the recent lodge session, local 100F and Rebekah members shared information about their activities and pledged their continued involvement in future 100F activities. Ramsey said that anyone interested in joining the organization should contact any member of the lodge. He can be reached at Today, the Cassville lodge is the only sw'viving 100F lodge in Huntingdon County. Ramsey said that at one time there were no Iless than a dozen lodges in the county. In more recent year, the local lodge and Rebekah membership were responsible for the completion of a major building,improvement project at the lodge which included a 14-fr. by 38-ft. addition for a dining room and other activities. Ramsey pointed OUt the building has been made available to the Trough Creek Elementary School for the classes' "Odyssey of the Mind" activities. The local lodge members, "Rebekahs" and their guests recently enjoyed their annual pig roast at the home of Scott Parks at Hares Valley. Referred to as "one of the oldest fraternities in the world," with a worldwide membership, the IOOF movement dates back to earliest time. The Cassville lodge was given its charter Oct. 5, Since then, the membership has continued in the tradition of their forefathers to "provide aid, assistance and comfort" to their members and their families and others in need while remaining extremely active in the community.

5 ~N~o~ve~m~b~e~r~20~O~2 ~R~E~B~E~K~A~H~M~A~G~A~Z~I~N~E~ 5. The dog days of August were certainly a real killer this year! Hope you were able to stay cool. Members of the Arthritis Committee, along with Thistle Odd Fellow Lodge and Thalia Rebekah Lodge went to Camp JRA on opening day, Sunday, July 14th. What a wonderful experience. The campers arrivc.j during the afternoon as we prepared and decorated the meal hall for a New Year' Eve Party. The theme for the Camp this year was "Holidays" and we went prepared to celebrate. Some of our Committee members have visited the Camp over the last couple of years and expressed amazement as they saw some of the cam pers who had been in wheelchairs or using crutches in prior years, walking with little assistance. In talking ~ith the campers and counselors, they credit a lot of thb to the research and development of new drugs that are making a difference in their lives. An American Summer Dinner of hot d() g~ and hamburgers was served and enj oyed by al l. The men and women from Thistle and Thalia Lodges drove up to Camp in an R V laden with the makings for delicious sundaes. What fun the kids had putting strawberries, crushed oreos, M&M's, Reese's Pieces, chocolate syrup, butterscotch topping and whipped cream on top of their ice cream. Smiles filled their faces as they left the dining hall to go for their evening medications. As they came back to the hall for the evening's entertainment, each camper was given a party top hat or tiara, noise-makers and horns. Our emcee for the program, Tom McHugh, introduced the program by playing a bit of ALild Lang Syne and then explaining what the words meant. Father Time made his appearance (slowly) as the time progressed on the clock towards the bewitching hour of midnight. Our Times Square ball was a pinata filled with goodies and as the countdown progressed, the ball dropped (finally broke). At midnight, the New Year's baby in her diaper came into view midst all the noise! We did have fun and owe a million thanks to our brothers and sisters who came and he Iped! Please continue your support of the Camp with your donations to the ArthritisCommittee and/or the Grand Master's project. People with Arthritis Can Exercise (P.A.C.E.) programs in the Central Chapter area will be our major project. We know that the people are in training to be the leaders of the P.A.C.E. program and the first three (3) programs are scheduled in Williamsport, State College and Huntingdon after the beginning of the year. We have Lodges in those areas. It ARTHRITIS COMMllTEE AGIVITIES would be wonderful if some of you could give the Central Chapter a call and ask if there's anything you could do to help. I am sure extra hands for registration would be welcome. All it takes is a call - Kim McAdams We have heard many positive comments from those who worked with the Western Chapter programs and we look forward to as much success with the Central Chapter. We need your help to fulfill this commitment. Please help us continue to support the Arthritis Foundation Chapters. For all project and general donations, please make your checks payable to the PA IOOF Jurisdictional Arthritis Committee and mark the specific project or "general" on the check. Mail all donations to Nevin Adams, Treasurer, 951 Shoemakersville Road, Shoemakersville, PA Remember, the PAJurisdictional Arthritis Committee is asking you to become active. Pennsylvania Odd Fellow-Rebekah EDUCATION FUND 1001 West Harrisburg Pike Middletown, PA i 7057 Leland E. Dorchester, Chairman Some of the thank you notes from the scholars of Thank you for choosing me as a recipient of one of your scholarships. I am pleased to tell you that your award went toward a desktop computerthatl will need. Thank you again. KATHERINE SIGLIN Thank You all so much for once again awarding me this wonderful scholarship. By being so generous and giving these scholarships to students like myself, you are helping dreams come true. I will use the money to purchase numerous books I will need throughout the year. JENNIFER BEHANNA Thank all of you Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. I am please to represent YOLi at Bowling Greene Univ. this year. It is an honor to be chosen as a scholar from your Lodges. AMBER DORCHESTER Thank you so very much for this honor. JAMES J. SHUMA I am truly honored and grateful to have been selected to receive a scholarship from your organization. Jam extremely committed to my education and this scholarship is a great financial help. I cannot thank you enough for your time and generosity. PAUL CESANEK (He is a Medical Student). Thank you for choosing me to be a recipient of the Odd Fellow Rebekah scholarship. I will use it to further my education at Penn State. MICHAEL TROELL We would like to persona"'y thank you for selecting us as recipients if your annual scholarships. We were thrilled to have been chosen for such a prestigious award. ASHLEY & ALANNA JUDY I would like to thank you fur the $500 scholarship. It is an honor and privilege to receive such recognition and support. At LaSalle University, I will continue to work hard and wil l do my utmost to obtain high academic standing, a positive attitude and a willingness to serve my community. Thank you for caring. I appreciate your generosity. HANNA LOPER Several of these have been edited to reduce the size. The main thoughts have been retained. It is gratifying to see the quality ofthe responses. These are the only notes I have received. Leland E. Dorchester

6 6 THE PENNSYLVANIA ODD FELLOW November 2002 ODD FELLOWS - MIDDLETOWN HOME Residents at The Middletown Home welcomed the season of Autumn with many special parties. Staff and residents can make any season lots of fun! Harvest Festival Day began with a cup of coffee and special Autumn stores to allow residents to reminisce. They also watched many staff members dance to some old favorites while wearing their farm attire. Residents also tickled their senses with Apple Pie Party. What would a harvest be without apples! We all look forward to the upcoming holidays! Esther Stipe poses for the camera wearing her harvest attire. Sara Rank enjoys the monthly Birthday Party along with The Middletown Home's "Bubbles the Clown." H annah Simpson visits wi th staffer Tony Humes in The Home's lobby. Florence Cox and George Calhoon toast at "Cocktail Party." LADY ESTHER REBEKAH LODGE NO. 74 Members of Lady Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 74 planted flowers in front of the Lemon United Methodist Church. Left to right are: Eleanore Palmer, Lyman Palmer, Ella Rosengrant, N.G., Shirley Severcool, Suzanne Palmer, VG., and Betty Vanness. Submitted by: Shirley Severcool, Secretary Lady Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 74 THANK YOU Many thanks to all Sisters and Brothers throughout the Jurisdiction of Pennsylvania for the cards, telephone calls, visits and prayers while I was in the hospital and at home recuperating from heart surgery. Your friendship and encouragement has been greatly appreciated. In Friendship and Love Stanley M. Wieand Jordan #192, and Lad, Lillie Best #222 (Stan is doing real well and is doing cardiac rehab in another week). Thank you, Jean. MANY THANKS This is to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the thoughtfulness of my Sisters and Brothers for sending me cards, making telephone calls, and saying prayers in my behalf as I underwent surgery in the hospital, and recuperated in Southhealth Rehab. I am now home, but must continue therapy for a few more weeks. I also enjoyed your visits. Sincerely in F.L. T. Dorothy L. Brown, P.P.

7 November 2002 REBEKAH MAGAZINE 7 FALLS CREEK LODGE #957 On July 20th, Falls Creek Lodge #957 hosted a special dinner in honor ofmembers of25 years or more. Their special guests included Grand Master Joseph Strausser and his wife Nancy, Past Grand Master Nevin Adams and his wife Myra, Grand Chaplain Wally Shakley and his wife Phillis, Grand Treasurer Dick Heffner. Representing Sovereign Grand Lodge Chris Haussler and his wife May, Ernie Nelson and his wife Molly. Members who received pins: J ames Beck 25 years Eugene Mancauso 25 years Fred Reed 25 years Bruce McConnell 25 years (Absent) Orvis Johns 55 years Ray Welsh 55 years Keith Schaffner 60 years Sit down supper was served at 6:00 p.m. On the menu - Roast Beef with all the trimmings. Meal prepared by Stacey Tapper and Velma Wolfgang. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and hopes to return. Grand Chaplain Wally Shakley shown here pinning the Grand Masters pin on the cooks daughter, Kacey Tapper, who was also a server at the dinner. TUNKHANNOCK LODGE NO. 699 AND LADY ESTHER REBEKAH LODGE NO. 74 PARTICIPATE IN PARADE On May 27, 2002 Tunkhannock Lodge No. 699 and Lady Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 74 participated in the Memorial Day Parade in Tunkhannock, PA. Brother Duane Norton provided a truck and several members rode the truck. Sister Shirley Severcool, Sister Suzanne Palmer, and Brother Tom Severcool walked carrying the Odd FeUow and Rebekah Banner. This was the third year these Lodges participated in the parade. Submitted by: Tom Severcool, Secretary, No. 699 TUNKHANNOCK LODGE NO. 699 AND LADY ESTHER REBEKAH LODGE NO. 74 PRESENT TUITION CHECKS Front row: Holli Bash, Kacey Tapper, Velma Wolfgang, Stacy Tapper. Row 2: Ray Welsh, Orvis Johns, Keith Schaffner, Fred Reed. Row 3: Wally Shakley, Gust Johnson, Joseph Strausser, Ernie Nelson, Chris Haussler, Joe Simbeck, Blake Cooper. Back row: Eugene Mancauso, Ron Bishop, Kenneth Wiser, Ed Burtop, Jim Beck, Harold Raybuck. Tunkhannock Lodge No. 699 and Lady Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 74 presents checks to Scott Lees toward college tuition to Penn State. Front row: Lyman Palmer, Scott Lees, Suzanne Palmer, V.G., Shirley Severcool. Back row: Duane Norton, Milton Stang, Harold Dennis, Jacqueline Norton and Betty Vanness. Submitted by: Shirley Severcool, Secretary Lady Esther Rebekah Lodge No. 74

8 8 T HE P ENNSYLV A N IA O D D F EL LOW November 2002 This puzzle is created to remind us what the Order is supposed to be about. The words can be found forward, backwards, or diagonal, so sit back and enjoy. P F U D I 0 0 F J N D F B A S Q V H N S H A E I 0 W A G N M A 0 D I B S S D D Q X Z L J U N W G D M I I T F Q E R K H B R G N E D K Q 0 N P I E D S M D T E R H N A E N 0 B L E G R A N D K B R F 0 0 Q P H E H I C Q B B L Y Z D R 0 P K Q F H E G L E N T F N M R A J K P S L R A E F 0 N A L L B Y L A A P Y U V L M R B N W A K S E N P W 0 L V E E Q L M A U F H 0 P E C X V W Z E S L M A 0 B R K 0 J H S S L I N S M B N H D S Q K I W K W D F I A N E L Q S T H I L E A M Q M P N M E W S A S R E H T 0 R B W Y 0 D D N R H G K I B Q Z C C B H T K S L S D J 0 J J H R T D B E L Z L U H 1111 W E F G T N A E B Y R H I L D T R A E H K L I R N S F G K Y K S Q V Z D G H Y C K S E I R B E M T F Q M E M B E R S B I N D I G A C R H E L F V G 0 A B E H 0 I E S F M P Y M E N N H H E D P C 0 Q U I N E V R B Q Z R X H T Y N R T E M F A R E L A P M R T K E L 0 0 I N R I 0 0 R 0 D D T E E F Q Z V R J I P F E W E E L 0 R S U C N Z R E G A L I A V R E N M S Y E W N 0 J A T E W V I Q M J I F H S B Y L G E N H S A D H I H F E J A B N T R H J L S G T C S I S T E R S E H C H J R M S M 0 A W B H K I T J S V H L S E H N W R N C Q 0 U L 0 S C D E H M A F R A T E R N I T Y H H I N S T A L L A T I 0 N R T Y G S Q F E P C W N R T K D B R L A W Q C N V A L E D I C T I 0 N Z Friendship Bible LEA Love Password LAPM Truth Chief Patriarch AMOS Faith Regalia Three Links Hope Installation Degrees Charity Bylaws Lodge Valediction Members Meetings Oddfellows Encampment Fraternity Rebekahs Canton Patriarch Militant Sisters SGL Noble Grand Brothers IOOF

9 November 2002 REBEKAH MAGAZINE IN MEMORIAM 9 HAROUD FLETCHER June 29, 2002 Lansdowne Lodge No. 282 This is to inform you ofthe passing ofour beloved lodge member, Harold E. Fl tch f,83 onjune 29,2002, after a lengthy illness. He was a mem ber fla n downe Lodge No. 282, l.o.o.f. for over 60 years. H affiliateu with Frances F. Evans No.5 on November 18, 1984 and fa ilhfu ll erved in all branches of our Order, and was a devoted re re.semative to the Home at Middletown and the Orphanage. He is urvived by his wife, Emily, sister, nieces and nephews. A beautiful, rvice to celebrate his life was held at Mauger Givnish in lvlelvern on July 8, The Rev. George E. Hollingshead of Bryon Manor Presbyterian Church officiated. Light refreshments were served at Bellingham where he and his wife lived happily for 10 years. SEPTEMBER DONATIONS EDUCATlONAL ENDOWMENT FUND Laura Locke, Memorial for Hazel Mest Jane Reisinger, Memorial for Hazle Mest Unified VISUAL RESEARCH Debra Henry, Memorial for Irving Witter Barbara Smith, Memorial for Irving Witter Ruth Comfort, Memorial for Irving Witter Unififed Centre VISUAL RESEARCH RESERVE FUND 177 Aster Rebekah Lady Colfax Rebekah MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR DECEASED MEMBERS Mahoney Rebekah Lodge #428 held a memorial service during their May meeting to remember all deceased members of the lodge. Noble Grand, Sister Patricia Jones read a very fitting tribute for our departed members. "Always remember, from those we've loved most dearly you can never be apart. For all you've shared together lives forever in your heart. Friendships circle has been broken, They have gone their way alone, but they left us fadeless memories when they left for their new home. Not until the loom is silent and the shuttles cease to fly, shall God unroll the canvas and explain the reason why." Chaplain, Sister Dorothy Billet then had a prayer remembering all who have answered the last roll call, followed by all members singing the Hymn "Sweet Hour of Prayer." Secretary, Martha Rice then called the names of all departed members, and as each name was called, the Warden and Conductor, alternately, placed a small angel under each name placed on an Angel board. The Chaplain then closed the service with a prayer asking Thy blessing on all members for the service and to keep the memory of our departed members in our hearts. (Program was prepared by Sister Sara Jones)

10 10 THE PENNSYLVANI A ODD FELLOW November 2002 IS YOUR CARD HERE? IT CAN BE FOR $10.00 ANNUALLY Vol. 77 ROSTER Secretaries and Scribes - No.8 Attention!!! Please inform the manager promptly of change of secretary or scribe or his address in order that correct listing may appear in Roster. ALLENTOWN-CANTON ALLENTOWN, #39, meets 4th Monday at 7:30 Pi\!. in th~ Odd Fe llows Hall, 11 8 N. 9th St., Allentown, PA 19102, Harold W. Reiss, Clerk ChelT)' Lane, Ancient Oaks, Macungie, PA ALLENTOWN AUXILIARY, #39, meets 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall, 118 N. 9th St. Mary Landes, Sec'y, 316 S. Main St., Sellersville. PA IR900. ALLISON PARK-HAMPTON LODGE, #1004, meets 2nd and last Tuesdav at 8:00 PM. at 4743 S. Pioneer Rd., Wm. Ehmann, Sec'y, 2925 El siton Ln., Allison Park, PA ALLPORT-ASTER REBEKAH LODGE, # 177 meets 2nd and 4th Monday of every Mo nth at the Gethsemane United Methodist Church, Rte. 2030, off Rtc. 53, Allport. Barbara McClellan, 3731 Casanova Rd., Munson. PA 16860, ASKAM-ASKAM LODGE, #899, meets every Monday at 7:30 P.M. "t 260 I S. Main Street. Edward G. Bath, Sr., Sec'y, 330 Beaumon t Street, Warrior Run. PA ATLANTIC-GOLDEN RULE REBEKAH LODGE, #198, meels 2nd "oct 4th Wednesday at 7:30 PM at F. Hall, Main St., Nancy Gru ber, Sec'y, 3752 Atlanlic Lake Rd., Allantic. PA 1611l. BELLEFONTE-CRYSTAL SPRING REBEKAH LODGE, #25. mectli 2nd and 4th Friday at 8:00 PM at F. Hall, 756 Axemann Rd., Mae L. Summers, SOI:' y, P.O. Box 8974, Milesburg, PA BELLEVILLE-LADY GREENWOOD LODGE, #308, meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. A-S, 7:30 O-M at Senior Citizen Bldg.. 50 S. KishacoquiliBs St. (Rear). Hannah Hassinl(cr, Sec'y, 4470 E. Main St., Belleville, PA ELIZABETH-DLD MONONGAHELA LODGE, #209, meets every Tuesday, 8:00 P.M. at Roberts Hollow Rd. Les Salzman, Sec'y, 706 Rt. 481, Monongahela, PA MONONGAHELA ENCAMPMENT, # 109, meets the 3rd Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. at Roberts Hollow. James R. Lewis, Scribe, 1200 Madi son Dr., Elizabeth, PA CANTON pmsburgh, #5, meets on the 1st Monday of the month, 8:00 P.M., Roberts Hollow Rd. Robert J. Love, Clerk, 2815 Kath y St., South Park:, PA MONONGAHELA L.E.A., # 109, meets the 4th Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. of eacb month at Roberts Hal low Rd., Mary Louise Rudman, Scribe, 20-A Greenwood Heights, Connellsville, PA ELYSBURG-ELYSBURG LODGE, #548, meets every Thursday in the Lodge Hall on S. Market Street. Anthony Losiewicz, Sec'y, RRI Box 845, Coal Towns hip, PA ERIE-LAURA REBEKAH LODGE, #101, meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 1:00 P.M. in the Masonic Bldg., 32 W. 8th St., Erie, PA. Myrtle Nelson, Secy., 811 Wyoming Ave., Erie, PA FALLS CREEK-FALLS CREEK LODGE, #957, meets every Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at 106 Mai n Street. Kenneth A. Wiser, Sec'y, 432 Deemer Ave., Falls Creek, PA FREEDOM-EDITH LODGE, #812, meets 1st and 3ed Th ursday at 7:30 P.M., 625 Third Avenue. Freedom, PA. Herbert Heinemann, Sec'y, 1049 Catherine Drive, Conway, PA HARRISON GRAHAM ENCAMPMENT. #116, meets 1st wld 3rd Tuesday at7:30 P.M., 625 Third Avenue. Herbert Heinemann, Scriix:, 1049 Catherine Dr., Conway, PA BOALSBURG-TUSSEY REBEKAH LODGE, #66, meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. at r.o.o.f. Hall, 101 W. Mai n SI. Anna S. Roush, Sec'y, W. Whitehall Rd., State College, P A 1680 I. FREEPORT-FREEPORT LODGE, #379, meets every Wednesday at 7 :30 P.M., except June, July and August, when meetings are beldon the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 7:30 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall on Ford City Road. Edward Lyd ick, Sec'y, 203 McWilliams Dr., Natrona Heights, PA BOWMANSDALE-BOWMANSDALE LODGE. #1179, meets 1st and :lrd Monda)' at 7:30 P.M. at the 100F Hall, 37 Lisbum Road. Harry R. Kcnnedy. Sec'v, 392 E. Mt. Airy Rd., [)ilbburg. PA GASTONVILLE-MONONGAHELA DEGREE LODGE, #88, meets the 4th Wednesday of every mon th at the Nucle us Lodge Hall at 7:30 P.M. Eugene Umbel, Sec'y, 641 Bitner Rd., Dunbar, PA BOYERTOWN-BOYERTOWN LODGE. #708. meets every Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. (Oct. thtu Mar.) and at 8:00 P.M. (Apr. thru Sept.) at:l5 E. Philadelphia Ave. Earl Good, Sec'y, Box 171, Ne w Berlinville, PA NUCLEUS LODGE, #377, meets every Thursday, 8:00 P.M., IOOF Hall, Finleyville-Elrama Rd. Allen 1. Cushe y, Sec'y, 339 Springdale Rd., Venetia, PA BRISTOL-HOPKINS LODGE, #87, meets 2nd & 4th Thurs. at 8:00 P.M. in Saint James Episcopal Parish House, Wood and Walnut Sts. Harry B. Keaton, Sec'y, 45 Grasspond Rd., Lev ittown, PA BROOMALL-PRANCES F. EVANS REBEKAH LODGE. #5. meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 8:00 P.M., Sproul Road, Marple Presbyterian Church. Mabel Bankes, See'y, 141 Mill Road, Ha vertow n, PA BROWNSVILLE-BROWNSVILLE LODGE, #51, meets 1st and 3ed Thursday at 7:30 P.M. at 3 1 Market St., Brownsvi lle, Robert Brndman Jr., Sec'y, 3 1 Market St., Brownsville, PA BUTLER-CONNOQUENESSlNG LODGE, #278, meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 8:00 P.M. at 263 S. Main Street, Butler, PA. Alvin Waters, Sec y. 218 E. Water St.. Slippery Rock, PA CASSVILLE-LADY EVELYN REBEKAH LODGE, #22, meets 2nd and 4th Monday.t7:30 P.M. at Odd Fellows Hall, 44 Walnut Street, Cassville. Anna Bell Ramsey. Sec' y, HCR I, Box 6, Calvin, PA MON VALLEY REBEKAH LODGE, #82, meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 7:30 P.M, IOOF Bldg., Elrama Rd., Carolyn G. Barger, Sec'y, 701 Maple Drive, Monongahela, PA GROVE CITY-DRCHARD MANOR, Director' s Meeting Apr. to Sept., 3ed Friday at 7:00 P.M.; Oct. to Mar., 3rd Saturday at 10:00 A.M. at 20 Orchard Drive, Grove City, PA Diane Robinson, Administrator. HARRISBURG-SUSANNAH REBEKAH LODGE. #247, meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 2:00 P. M. at Christ Lutheran Church, 124 S. 13th St.. Harri sburg. Katbryn Bush, Sec'y, 3532 N. 4th St., Harri sburg, PA HAZLETON-HAZLETON LODGE, #65, meets every Friday at 7:30 P.M., 120 W. Oak St., Hazleton. Clinton Bittner, Sec'y, 421 E. Walnut Street, Hazleton, PA HONESDALE-FREEDOM LODGE, #88, meets 2nd & 4th Monday at 7:00 P.M., Masonic Hall, th SI. Ho ward Goodenough, Sec ' y, PO Box 191, Honesdale, PA MT HOR LODGE, #736 meets 2nd & 4th Fridays at 7:30 P.M., 44 Walnut St., Cassville. Scott R. Parks, Sec'y, RR I Box 1324, Mapleton Depot, PA INDIANA-PALLADIUM LODGE, #346, m""ts 1st and 3rd Mondays at 8:00 P.M. at First Baptist Church, Oakland Ave. and Church Street. Howard B. Brewer, Sec'y, P.O. Box 242, Indiana, PA I570Hl242. COCHRANVILLE-HEBRON LODGE, #437, meets 2nd and 4th Monday, 7:30 P.M., IOOF Hall, 173 Cochran St. Dale E. Binkley, Sec'y, 106 Glenloch Dr., Landenberg. PA 19350, JEANNETTE-JEAl"lNETTE LODGE, #701, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings at Thi rd and Bullitt Ave. Eugene T. Martinella, Sec'y, 218 Margllret Ave., Jeannette, PA COLLEGEVILLE-ECONOMY LODGE, #397, meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at I.O.O.F. Hall, III N. Main St., Sprin g City. Lloyd T. Hallman, Sec'y, PO Box 548, Frederick, PA CONNEAUT LAKE-CONNEAUT LAKE, #980, meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday, 8:00 P.M. at 2nd & Wtr. Sts., Conneaut Lake. William Ellison, Sec'y, Harmonsburg Rd., Meadville, PA CONNELLSVILLE-GENERAL WORTH LODGE, #386, meets 1st and 3rd Sarurday at 7:30 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall, 107 S. Pittsburgh Street. John S. Cupp, Jr., Sec'y, 92 E. Main Street, Suite 24, Uniontown, PA 15401, DALLA5-0NE/DA LODGE, #371, meets every Th ursday at 8:00 P.M. over Fino 's Drug Store. Visitors welcome. Walter Gosart, Sec'y, 51 Slang Ave., Shavertcwn, PA DORNSIFE-MAHANOY LODGE, #551, meets every Thursday, Oct I to March 3 1, 7:30 P.M., April I to Sept. 30, 8:00P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall, Route 225. Donald W. Zerbe, Sec'y, RR I, Box 763, Herndon, PA /DELLA REBEKAH LODGE, #58. meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall, Route 225. Jane Blair, Sec' y, RR #1, Box 91, Klinge rstown, PA EBENSBURG-HIGHlAND LODGE, #428, meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. in the F. Hall, 207 West High Street. RObert C. Burgan, Sec'y, 218 Columbus Ave., Cresson, PA EDiNBORO-EDIJ'lBORO LODGE, #510, meets 2nd & 4th Thurs., 8:00 P.M., Masonic Hall, 101 Walker Dr., Edinboro. Lawrence Pieper, Sec'y, 7216 Crane Rd., Edinboro, PA JOHNSTOWN-ALMA LODGE, #523, meets every Friday evening (cxce pt Jul y and August meetings held 1st and 3rd Friday s only) at Main Street. John P. Pearce, Sec'y, 355 Edith Ave., Johnstown, PA WILLIAM F. PACKER ENCAMPME1'lT, #1 27, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday in Alma Hall, Main Street. John P. Pearce, Scribe, 355 Edith Ave., Johnstown, PA LAKE CITY-NICKEL PLATE LODGE, # 1125, meets every Wednesday evening in Fern Rebekah Lodge Hall, 2180 Rice Ave. Jack J. Bort, Sec'y, W. Main St., E. Springfield, PA 1641l. LAKE COMO-NAKOMlS REBEKAH LODGE, #497, meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. in I.O.O.F. Hall, Rt Violet Maholchic, Sec'y, P.O. Box 47, Lake Como, PA LANSDOWNE-LANSDOWNE LODGE, #282, meets 1st and 3rd Monday at 8:00 P.M. at the Masonic Bldg., 27 S. Lansdowne Ave. Lee McDonald, Sec'y, 2635 Eldon Ave., Drexel Hill, PA LATROBE-JOHN E. NACE ENCAMPMENT, #199, meets 1st Wednesday at 7: 30 P.M. in the Bowser Hall, 630 Rear, Depot St, Latrobe. Fred M. See, Scribe, P.O. Box 226, Latrobe, PA LATROBE LODGE #541 meets every Thursday at 8:00 P.M. at 630 (R) Depot St., Fred M. See, Sec' y, P.O. Box 226, Latrobe, PA 15650, net LAWRENCEVILLE-LADY LAWRENCE REBEKAH LODGE #349, meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays at II :00 A.M. at the Law rence Muoicipal Bldg. Avis Deats, Sec' y, RFD 2, Box 935, Lawrenceville, PA I6929

11 November REBEKAH MAGAZINE LEESPORT-LEESPORT LODGE, #141, meets every Tuesday, May-OcL 7:30 PM, Nov Apr. 8:00 PM, at Lodge HalJ, 27 RaiJroad Avenue. LeRoy K. Scip, Sec'y, PO Box 251. Leesport, PA CAMPMENT, #IU6, meets every 2nd Thutoday at ':00 P.M. in Odd FelJows EARL R. LEIB Y Hall. Leon S. Stamm, Scribe, 315 Governor Dr., Mifflin Park, Reading, PA , LADY COLFAX REBEKAH LODGE, #182, meets bt and 3rdMonday, 7:30 P.M., IOOF Hall, 27 Railroad Ave. Leon Stamm, Se<;'y, 315 Governor Dr., Mimin Park, Reading, PA CANTON LEESPORT, #2, meets 4th Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. ini.o.o.f. Hall. Capt. (R) Nevin W. Adams, Clerk, 1083 Shoemakersville Rd., Shoemakerwille, PA MAHONEY REBEKAH LODGE, #428, meets the I st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. (May-Oct) & I :30 P.M. (Nov-Apr) in Odd Fellows HalJ, 18 W. Main Street. Martha Rice, Sec'y, 26 W. Shortcut Rd.. Newport, PA NEW HOLLAND-EARL LODGE. #413, meets 1st and 3rd Thursday at 7:30 P.M. at 272 Locust Street. Russell E. McQuate, Sec'y, '17 S. Groffdale Road, Leola, PA NEW KENSINGTON-N EW KENSINGTON LODGE, #804, meets 1st and 3rd Thursday nights at 8:00 p.m., Crupenters Union Hall, 854 Fifth Ave., New Kensington, PA Charles Jones, Sec 'y, 1520 Neely St., NalIona Heighls, PA ~ ~ ~ NEW RINGGOLD-EAST BRUNSWICK LODGE, #802, meets 1st and 3rd Monday at 7 :30 PM at 155 Wetherill St.. Alfonso Martinez, Sec'y, RD I, Box 37, Andreas, PA 182) 1. LEESPORT AUXILIARY #2, LAPM, meets 4th Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. in IOOF Hall. Elaine Kauffman, Se<;'y, 513 Florence Ave., Hamburg, PA NORRISTOWN-MONTGOMERY-CURTIS NORRJS LODGE, #57, meets the 2nd & 4th Mooday at 8:00 P.M. at l.o.o.f. Hall, 1232 Astor st., Norristown, PA Jon Gorman, Sec'y. LEHMAN--OSAGE LODGE, #712, meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall, Mill and Market Streets. Alan S. Major, Sec'y, P.O. Box 25, Lehman, PA NORRJSTOWN ENCAMPMENT, #37, meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 100F Hall. George Quier. Scribe, 1005 Forest Ave., Norristown, PA LEWISBURG-LEWISBURG LODGE, #96, meets 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:30 P.M., at SL Paul 's United Methodist Church, South 4th Street, Back Entrance. Gary Hallock, Sec'y, 10 Albert Blvd., Winfield, PA 17889, PHILADELPHIA---{:A.l\'TON PHILADELPHIA, #1, meets 4th Thursday at 8:00 P.M. al Walker Hall, 1290 Southampton Rd. Joseph M. Strausser, Clerk, 121 N. Cornwall Ave., Venmor, NJ 08406, LINWOOD-LADY ELAM REBEKAH LODGE, #2, meets) st and 3rd Tuesday at 11 :00 A.M. in Odd Fellows HaU, Ridge and Market Streets. Lois U. Kelly, Sec' y, 86 Summit Ave., Chadds Ford. PA 193 I 7-9U36. WALKER LODGE, #306, meets every Monday at 8:00 P.M. at 1290 Soulhhampton Rd. Dave Hall, Sec' y, PO Box 52572, Philadelphia, PA L1TITZ-UTITZ LODGE, # meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. in Odd Fellows Hall, N. Broad Street. Lititz. PA John H. Himmelberger, Sec' y, P.O. Box 267, Lititz, PA LADY SUITER REBEKAH LODGE. #435, meets 1st and 3rd Thesday at 8:00 PM at N. Broad St., Dotty Derr. Sec'y, 101 Lincoln Ave., Lititz, PA MALVERN-MALVERN POCAHONTAS LODGE, #20 I, meets every Monday at 8:00 P.M. at Malvern Lodge Hall, III Church Street, Malvern, PA 19355, Donald Smith, Sec'y. CHOSEN FRIENDS ENCAMPMENT #88, meets 3rd Wednesday at III Church St. Robert Vaughn, Scribe, 291 Valley View Rd., Malvern, PA LADY PAOLI REBEKAH LODGE, #136, meets 1st and 3rd Thesday at 8:00 PM at Malv,rn Lodge 100F, III Church Sf. Gertrude Vaughn, Sec'y, 291 ValJey View Rd., Malvern, PA PAOLI LODGE, #290, meets every Thursday at 8:00 P.M. in the Malvern Lodge Hal.l, III Church Street, Malvern, PA. Roben R. Pyle, Sec'y, 685 HopeweU Road, Downingtown, PA MEADVILLE-MEADVILLE AUXILIARY, #47, meets the 4th Saturday each month at Odd Fellows Home, 400 N. Main St. Lady Marcia lavan, Sec'y, 2515 Scrubgrass Rd., Jackson Center, PA CUSStWAGO LODGE, #108, meets every Monday at 400 N. Main St., Meadville. Leland Dorchester, Sec'y, Box 94, Cochranton, PA ODD FELLOWS HOME OF WESTERN PA, The Pioneer Home, Board of Directors and Trustees, meets every 2nd Friday at 400 N. Main St., Dora Kahler, Sec'y, 3700 State Highway #173, Cochranton, PA MIDDLETOWN-TRIUNE LODGE, #307, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at47 W. Ernaus Street. Mail to: P.O. Box 612, Middletown, PA RED ROSE REBEKAH LODGE, #586, meets 1st and 3rd Monday al I :00 P.M. in I.O.O.F. Hall, 47 W. Emaus Street. Edith M. Morrow, Sec'y, 407 E. Emaus Street, Middletown, PA ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAH HOME AUXILIARY OF EASTERN PA, meets 1st Saturday at 1:00 P.M. at the Odd Fellows Home of Middletown. Jane E. Reisinger, Sec'y., 5880 Chamber Hill Rd., Harrisburg, PA MIFFLINBURG-FAITH, HOPE, & CHARJTY REBEKAH LODGE #15, meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays al 7:30 P.M., at Vicksburg Community Center, Vicksburg, PA. Molly M. Criswell, Sec'y, RD # 4, Box 203, Mifflinburg, PA 17844, MILLBROOK-LADY WORTH REBEKAH LODGE, #328, meets 2nd & 4th Thursday, 7:30 P.M. allhe Millbrook Grange. Doris Carey, Sec'y, 1772 Sandy Lake-Grove City Rd., Jackson Clr., PA METROPOLITAN LODGE, #150, meets 1st and 3rd Thesday in their Lodge Hall al 500 Huntingdon Pike, Rockledge, Harold A. Boden, Sec'y, 1375 Slayton Drive, Maple Glen, PA MYSTIC LODGE, #270, meets every Mooday (except the 1st Monday each month) at 8:00 P.M. al the American Legion Bldg., 8041 Frankford Ave. Elliot Tenenbaum, Sec'y, 83 Hunt Drive, Horsham, PA I 9044 J 134, LETITlA PENN REBEKAH LODGE. # 173, meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 8:00 P.M. at Walker Lodge Hall, 1290 Southampton Rd., Philadelphia. Catherine E. McMenamin, Sec'y, 238 Streel Rd. C-IOI, Southampton, PA ODD FELLOW AND REBEKAH ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHEASTERN PA meets 1st Wednesday of March, June, September, and December. Contact the Secretary for meeting information. Gertrude Vaughn, Sec ' y, 291 Valley View Rd., Malvern, PA PERSEVERANCE ENCAMPMENT, # 135, meets lsi & 3rd Thursday evenings in Walker Hall, 1290 Southampton Rd'. Elliott L. Tenenbaum, Scribe, 83 Hunt Dr., Horsham, PA , HENRY D)SSTON LODGE, #8, meets 1st & 3rd Monday at 8:00 PM at Disston Presbyterian Church, Tyson and Gleo.loch Sts. James Murphy, Sec'y, 3342 Lansing St., Philadelphia, PA VARJETY LODGE, #37, meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 8:00 PM at 1290 Southampton Rd., Ph.iJadelph.ia. Gilbert A. Rand, Sec'y, 8641 Ferndale St., Philadelphia, PA PINE GROVE-PINE GROVE LODGE, #148, meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 7:30 PM at 277 S. Thlpehocken St., Roger Zimmerman, Sec'y, 22 Carbon St., Pine Grove, PA PITISBURGH-BRUSHTON-SWISSV ALE LODGE, #1107. meets every Thursday al 8:00 P.M. in the American Legion HalJ, Post #351, Verona Road. Donald G. Buchanan, Sec'y. 621 Veronica Drive, Piusburgh, PA 15235, UNIFIED LODGE, #2, me~t s every Thur~day at 8:00 PM, at 3219 Central Ave. Ronald J. Collins, Sec'y, 1432 Eckert St., Pittsburgh, PA PETER PRJTZ LODGE, #486, meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. at American Legion, 1751 Arlinglon Ave. Bill McClaren, Sec'y, 2929 Leander St., Pittsburgh, PA LADY UNITED REBEKAH LODGE, #3, meets 2nd and 4th Monday, 7:30 P.M., Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Ctr., 3579 Masonic Way. Anne DihJman, Sec'y, 841 Calif. Ave., Pinsburgh, PA MARY MAGDALENE REBEKAH LODGE, #365, meets 2nd and 4th Monday in the Mary S. Brown United Methodist Church, 3424 Beechwood Blvd., Myra McCorkle, Sec'y, 1833 Woodcove Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15216, PITISTON-THISTLE LODGE, #512, meets every Monday at 7:30 P.M. in 100F Hall, 59 S. Main Street. Francis McGrath, Sec 'y, 902 W. Elm St., Scranton, PA MILROY-LADY BUTLER REBEKAH LODGE, #316, meets 1st and 3rd Friday at 7:00 P.M., Fellowship Hall, White Memorial United Church of Christ. Virginia Reed, Sec'y, 7 Colonial Dr., Reedsville, PA PORT MATILDA-PORT MATILDA LODGE, #733, meets 1st and 3rd Friday at 7:30 P.M. at the Fowler Grove U.M. Woman 's Bldg., Route 220. Donald R. Trulick, Sec' y., 161 Stover Rd., Bellefonte, PA 16823, MONTROSE-MARY REBEKAH LODGE, #7, meets,1st & 3rd Wednesday at 8:00 P.M. at U.M. Methodist Church, 90 Church St., Montrose, PA. Dorothy Snow, Sec'y, R.D. 3, Box 91, Montrose, PA POTISTOWN-MANATA WNY LODGE, #2 14, meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. at the I.O.O.F. Hall, King and Charlotte Streets Oct. 1 through May 31, and at 8:00 P.M. June to Sept. 30. Gerald L. Markley, Sec' y, 393 State Street, Pottstown, PA MORGANTOWN-{:AERNARVON LODGE #557, meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. (Oct 1st thru Mar. 31st) and at 8:00 P.M. (Apr. 1st lhru Sept. 30th) St. Thomas Parish House, Cherry Lane. Charles R. Garman, Sec'y., R.D. 1, Box 293, Morgantown, PA LADY WITIENMYER REBEKAH LODGE #'20, meets 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 8:00 PM at loof Hall, 300 King St, Pottstown. Pat Feldman, Sec'y, 23 Grosstown Rd., Stowe, PA MUNCY---{:ELESTIA REBEKAH LODGE, #80, meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at 13 S. Main Street. Constance Hess, Sec'y, 210 Westland Ave., Duboisetown, PA ROCHESTER MILLS-ALERT LODGE, #936, meets every Thursday at 8:00 P.M. in the I.O.O.F. Hall, Main Slreet. Robert Kantorski, Sec'y, 219 Enterprise Dr., Rochester Mills, PA BRADY LODGE, #116, meets every Friday, 8:00 P.M., at 13 S. Main St. Leen Fenstermaker, Sec' y, RR 3 Box 553, Muncy, PA RUSH-ERNESTINE REBEKAH LODGE #548, meets 2nd & 4th Thesday at 7:30 P.M. at Rush Odd Fellows HalJ, Rush, PA, Sylvia Jones, Sec'y, RR 5, Box 53, Montrose, PA NAZARETH-ALUTA LODGE, #488, meets every Friday at 8:00 P.M. at 1068 Bushkill Center Road. Frank Dalcin, Sec'y, P.O. Box 157, Bath, PA RUSH LODGE #471, meets every Saturday, 8:00 P.M. at loof Hall. Alton G. Arnold, Sec 'y., RD #5, Box 49, Montrose, PA LADY HALL REBEKAH, #202, meets 1st and 3rd Thursday, 7:30 P.M. al Aluta Hall, Dolores Keller. Sec'y, 24 E. 2nd St., Nazareth, PA SANDY LAKE-SANDY LAKE LODGE, #573, meets 1st and 3rd Monday at 7:00 PM in the Odd Fellows Lodge, 5242 Lake Street, Sandy Lake, PA Harold McQuiston, Sec 'y., P.O. Box 265, Sandy Lake, PA BUSHKILL ENCAMPMENT, #55, meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday, 8:00 P.M. at 1068 Bushkill Ctr. Rd., Bushkill Twp. Maynard J. Ernst, Sec'y, PO Box 105, Tatamy, PA NEW BLOOMFIELD-MACKINAW LODGE, #380, meets every Monday at7:30 P.M. (Ocl. lhru Apr.) and 8:00 P.M. (May lhru Sept.) in the Lodge Hall, 18 W. Main Street. Brooks E. Reeder, Sec' y, 1760 Sbermans Valley Rd., Elliotsburg, PA SCHNECKSVILLE-JORDAN LODGE, #192, meets 1st and 3rd Thesday, Schnecksville Fife Hall, Main Street. Stanley Wieand, Sec ' y, 3795 Maple Street, Allentown, PA LADY LILLIE BEST REBEKAH LODGE, #'222, meets 1st and 3rd WedneSday, Schnecksville Fire Hall, Main Street. Jill Schlosser, Sec 'y, 4927 Spruce St., Schnecksville, PA

12 12 THE PENNSYLVANIA ODD FELLOW November 2002 S ELINSGROVE-LADY SELIN REBEKAH LODGE, #378, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30 PM at Community Building, 1 N. High St., Hilda Mull, Sec'y, RD 2, Box 298B, Middleburg, PA SELLERSVILLE-LADY SELLERS REBEKAH LODGE, #558, meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. in LO.O.P' Hall, Main Street and Temple Ave. Mary Landes, Sec'y, 316 S. Main Sl. Sellersvtlle, PA VlcrORY LODGE, #658, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 8:00 PM at Main and Temple Sts., Lee Wagner, Sec'y, 203 N. Main St., Sellersville, PA SHAMOKIN-REGINA REBEKAH LODGE #230, meets 2nd & 4th Thursday at 7:30 P.M. in the M t. Tabor#125 Lodge Hall, Treverton Rd., Jearldean Losiewicz, Sec'y, R.D. I, Box 845, Coal Townsh.ip, PA MT. TABOR LODGE, #125, meets every Monday at 7:30 P.M., I mile north of Shamokin on RL 225. William Gmneberg, Sec'y, 1731 Park Avenue, Shamokin, PA S HARON-SHARON LODGE, #347, meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at 25 W. Shenango So-eel, Sharpsville. William B. Struchen, 93 Smith Ave., Sharon, PA SHARPSVILLE-ADONfRAM LODGE, #739, meets every Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. at 25 W. Shenango So-eet. Richard Slater, Sec'y, 814 Pearl Street, Sharon, PA SHARPSVILLE REBEKAH LODGE, # 110, meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:30 P.M. at 25 W. Shenaogo St. Florence Paddock, See'y, 7626 Stewart Sharon Rd., Masury, OH SHENANDOAH-SHENANDOAH LODGE, #591, meets 2nd & 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M., OF Cemetery Chapel, Cemetery Rd., Shenandoah Heights. Robe.rt Beddall, Sec' y, 34 S. Jardin St, henandoah, PA S HILLINGTON-SillLLINGTON LODGE, #1175, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at W. Lan.:aster Ave. Leon S. Stamm, Sec'y, 315 Governor Dr.. Mifflin Park, Reading, PA , SMETHPORT-SMETHPORT LODGE, #389, meets 2nd & 41h Monday at 8:00 P.M. in [OOF Hall, 406 W. Main St., Arthur Paulson, Sec'y, 3 Anderson St., Mt. J ewel~ PA SOMERSET-SOMERSET LODGE, #438, meets 2nd & 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. at 113 N. Cenler A ve. Donald Sechler,Sec'y, 1344 Grand vicw A ve., SomerSet, PA 1550 I. SPRING CITY-Vli~CENT LODGE #762, meets 2nd &4th Thursday at 7:30P.M. at III Main SI. Spring City, PA. Gary Yeager, See'y, 111 Main St., Spring City, PA STATE COLLEGE-LADY EMILY REBEKAH LODGE #452. meets 2nd & 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. in Windemere Hall, 454 Rolling Ridge Dr., State College, PA. Ella Lee Trulick, Sec'y, 161 Stover Road, Bellefonte, PA 16823, BELLEFONTE ENCAMPMENT, #72, meets 2nd Wednesday, 7:00 P.M., Windmere Hall, 454 RoUing Ridge Dr. Donald TruIick, Scribe, 161 Stover Rd., Bellefonle, PA RlDGEL Y CANTON #8, meets 2nd Wednesday, 8:00 P.M., Windmerc Hnll, 454 RoUing Ridge Dr., State College, PA STATE COLLEGE LODGE #1032, meets 1st & 3rd Mondays ut 7:30 P.M. al Windmere Hall, 454 Rolling Ridge Dr.. State College, PA. Kenneth H. Kulp, Sec'y, P.O. Box 255, State CoUege, PA 16804, STONY FORK-MARINDA REBEKAH LODGE #107 meets the 1st & 3rd Monday at 1:00 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall. Panici" Kriner, Sec'y, R.D. 1, Box 83, Wellshoro, PA STRASBURG-STRASBURG LODGE #361 meels 2nd & 4th Monday at 7:30 P.M. at 9A E. Main St. Donald A. Bachman, Sec'y, 117 Miller Stree~ Slm.burg, PA STROUDSBURG-FT. PENN LODGE # 134 meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 7:00 P.M. at 572 Main St., StrtlUdsburg. Richard Seidof, Sec'y, HCR I, Box 560, Sciota, PA SUMMERVILLE-LADY EVANGELlNE REBEKAH LODGE, #146, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. in Civic Center, West Penn Street. Teresa Reitz Swineford, Sec'y, 3083 Airport Rd., Punxsutawney, PA SUNBURY-LADY EDEN REBEKAH LODGE, #56, meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday, at 7:30 P.M. at Augusta Lodge Hall, r.o.o.f.. R.D. 3, Plum Creek Road. Gloria M. Snyder, Sec'y., R.R. I, Box 171, Sunbury, PA TAMAQUA-HARMONY LODGE, #86, lileets Ihe 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 7:00 P.M., Odd Fellows Hall. 503 West Broad St., Justin C. Bailey, Sec'y, 223 Hunter St., Tamaqua, PA SCOTT ENCAMPMENT, #[32, meets the lst Thursday at 7:00 PM, Harmony Hall, 503 W. Broad St. Donald R. Serfass, Scribe, 242 W. Broad St., Tamaqua, PA HESTER REBEKAH LODGE, #29, meels 2nd & 4th Tuesday, at 7:00 P.M. in the Odd Fellows Hall, 503 W. Broad St., Tamaqua, Fern V. Mantz, Sec'y 222 E. Broad St., Apt. 1405, Tanlaqua, PA TITUSVILLE~IL CITY ENCA..t\:tPMENT, #182, meets lsi and 3rd Thursday at 7:30 PM at Central Ave., Leland Dorchester, Scribe, 114 Riber St., Cochranton, PA TIUNKHANNOCK-TUNKHANNOCK LODGE, #699, meels 1st and Jrd Tuesday at 8:00 P.M. at Lemon Community HalJ, Route 29, Lemon, PA. Thomas Severcool, See' y, RR 4, Box 4219, Meshoppen, PA LADY ESTHER REBEKAH LODGE #74, meets 2nd & 4th Wednesdays at 2:00 P.M. at Lemon Community Hall, Route 29, Lemon, PA. Shirley Severeool, Sec'y, RR 4, Box 4219, Meshoppen, PA VANDERGRIFT-VANDERGRJFT LODGE, #1116, meets 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:45 P.M. in Odd Fellows Hall, 112 Grant Ave. Ronald Stephenson, Sec'y, RD 2, Box 383, Kinanning, PA WALTERSBURG-NATHAN LEWISFORT NECESSITY LODGE, #254, meets 1st and 3rd Monday at 7:30 P.M. Eugene Sabatula, Sec'y., 596 Bitner Rd., Dunbar, PA ELLEN REBEKAH LODGE, #233, meets 2nd and 4th Monday, 7:00 P.M., Waltersburg, Bernice M. Thomas, Sec'y, 244 Rutter Lane, Smock, PA WAMPUM-ELLWOOD CITY LODGE, #9, meets 2nd and 41h Thursday at 7:30 P.M., R.D. I, Bernard L. Myers, Sec'y, 802 Ema Street, New CasUe, PA WARREN-WARREN LODGE, #339, meets Tuesday at 7:30 P.M., Hickory Street. John E. Colter, Sec'y, 906 Conewango Ave., Warren, PA KOSSUTH ENCAMPMENT, #98, meets 2nd and 4th Thursday at 8:00 P.M., HIckory Street. Annual Degree Rally, 1st Saturday in June. John E. Colter, Scribe, 906 Conewago Ave., Warren, PA WASHINGTON-LADY HOGUE REBEKAH LODGE, #102, meets 1st and 3rd 'Thursday at 7:30 P.M., 696 Fayette St., Washington, PA. Pat Newman, See'y, 976 Mounts Rd., Washington, PA NATIONAL LODGE, #81, meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, 8:00 P.M., 696 Fayette St. James Ragan, See'y, 84 Woodrow Dr., Avella, PA WAYNESBURG-WAYNESBURG LODGE, #469, meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 7:00 P.M. at 35 W. High Street. Richard Kamerer, Sec'y, 595 Point Alley. Waynesburg, PA WEST SUNBURY-WEST SUNBURY REBEKAH LODGE, #19, meets 2nd & 4th Thursday at I :30 P.M., at the IOOF Hall in West Sunbury, Audean Byers, See' y, 1066 Hooker Rd., Karns City, PA WHITE HAVEN-WHITE HAVEN LODGE, #457, meets 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. at 238 Main St. Lawrence Bond, Sec'y, 601 Barrys Lane, White Haven, PA WYSOX-WYSOX LODGE. #1152, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 8:00 P.M. I mile south of Wysox on Rt Thomas Elliot. Sec' y, Rt. 2, Box 126A, Towanda, PA YORK-I\1T. ZION LODGE, #74. meets bl, 3rd and 5th Monday at 7:00 P.M. at Odd Fellows Hall, 525 Greenwood Road. Dale Singer, Sec'y, P.O. Box 1173, York, PA YORK CANTON, #14, meets 4th Monday at 8:00 P.M. at Odd Fellows Hnll, 525 Greenwood Rd. William McElwain, Clerk, 136 Crown Pt. Dr., York, PA MOUNT VERNON ENCAMPMENT, #14, meets 2nd and 4th Monday at 7:00 P.M. at Odd Fellows Hall, 525 Greenwood Road. LaMar E. Dockey, Scribe, P.O. Box 725, York, PA SALOME REBEKAH LODGE, #30. meets 2nd and 4th Thursday al 7:30 P.M. at Odd Fellows Hall, 525 Greenwood Road. Beverly A. Bower." Sec'y, 1228 Edison Street, York, PA PLACES TO GO - PEOPLE TO SEE NOVEMBER Saturday, 16th - H County Rdliy, Boyertown Lodge Initiatory, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Degrees & GL Degree Sunday, 17th GL & RA Religious Service, Middletown Home Periodical Mail

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