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ATTiT 12, 1929
PREPARATION DIFFICULT FOR DEGREE WORK Great Tasks Confronted by Scottish Rite Officials in Fixing Schedule. Arranging a schedule for the con ferring of the degrees of the Scottish Rite is no small task, when it is con sidered that attention must be given to timing of the work, the presiding officers, the casts of principals and assistants, the costumes, stage ef fects, properties, music, and other •things. Horace Mitchell, director of ritua listic work, has been busy for weeks. The following program of work has been arranged for the first sec tion of the “dedicatcn class”: ADONIRAM GRAND LODGE OF PER FECTION Wednesday, Sept. 25 7:00 P. M.—Fourth degree. Tine P. Dick inson. thrice potent master, presiding. Fifth degree, Joseph J. Davis, presiding. Sixth degree. Arthur H. Webber, presiding. Seventh degree. John F. Engelke, deputy master, presiding. Wednesday, Oct. 2 6:30 P.M,—Eighth degree. John F. En gelke, deputy master, presiding. Eiu de grees (ninth, tenth and eleventh degrees). F. Elmer Raschig, Julor warden, presiding. Twelfth degree. David C. Pyke, senior warden, presiding. Wednesday, Oct. 9 8:30 P.M—Thirteenth degree. David C. Pyka, senior warden, presiding. Fourteenth degree. Tine P. Dickinson, thrice potent master, presiding. SARAIAH COUNCIL PRINCES OF JERU SALEM Wednesday, Oct. IS 7:30 P. M.—Fifteenth and sixteenth de gree*. William Earl Gentry, sovereign prince, presiding. INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER ROSE CHOJX Wednesday. Oct. 23 7:00 P. M. —Seventeenth degree, Henry C. Thornton, past most wise master, presid ing. Eighteenth degree, William H. Mor rison, most wise master, presiding. INDIANA CONSISTORY Wednesday, Oct. 30 8:30 P. M.—Nineteenth degree. Lee 6. Busch, orator, presiding. Twentieth de gree, Clifford L. Harrod, engineer and seneschal, presiding. Wednesday, Nov. 6 8:30 P. M.—Twenty-flrst degree. William F. Kruger, master of ceremonies, presiding. Twenty-second degree. James H. Lowry, standard bearer, presiding. Twenty-fourth degree. Wednesday, Nov. 13 8:30 P.M. —Twenty-seventh degree, A1 V. Reschar, captain of the guard, presiding. Communicated, twenty-third, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth and twenty-eighth degrees. Harry C. Anderson, commander-in-chief, presiding. Twenty-ninth degree, Edward H. Mayo, first lieutenant commander, pre siding. Wednesday, Nov. 20 8:00 P. M.—Candidates assemble class meeting. 7:30 P. M.—Thirtieth degree, 3. Clyde Hoffman, chancellor, presiding. Thirty first degree. Charles Remster, presiding. Wednesday, Nov. 27 4:00 P. M.—Thirty-second degree, Harry C. Anderson, commander-ln-chlef, presid ing. 6:30 P.M.—Banquet, to candidates and members—Speeches and entertainment. The second section program fol lows: DEDICATION CLASS Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs day, Dec. 2,3, 4 and 5, 1929. ADONIRAM GRAND LODGE OF PER FECTION Monday, Dec. 2 9:30 A. M.—Oath of fealty, Fae W. Pat rick, master of ceremonies, presiding. 10 A. M —Fourth degree. Tine P. Dick inson, thrice potent master, presiding. Fifth degree (con:municated), Joseph J. Davis, presiding. Sixth degree, Arthur H. Webber, presiding. Seventh degree, John F. Engelke, deputy master, presiding. 3:18 P. M.—Eighth degree (communi cated). John F. Engelke. deputy master, presiding. Elu degrees (ninth, tenth and eleventh). F. Elmer Raschig. Junior warden, presiding. Twelfth degree (communicated). David C. Pyke. senior warden, presiding. Thirteenth degree, David C. Pyke, senior warden presiding. 6:30 P. M.—Dinner (for candidates only. Brethren may be served through the cafe teria). 8 P. M.—Fourteenth degree. Tine P. Dickinson, thrice potent master, presiding. SARAIAH COUNCIL PRINCES OF JERUSALEM Tuesday, Dec. 3. 12 00 Noon—Luncheon (for candidates CYNOSURE The attention o f Masons the world over is now drawn to this, the most magnificent Scot tish Rite Cathedral ... and to our city of Indianapolis. We congratulate the men who made this beautiful edifice possible. AKRON Surgical House 221 No. Pennsylvania only. Brethren may be served through the cafeteria). • 2 P. M.—Fifteenth and sixteenth de grees. Wiliam Earl Gentry, sovereign prince, crlsldlng. INDIANAPOLIS CHAPTER Os ROSE CROIX 7:30 P M — Seventeenth degree Henry C. Thornton, past most wise master. Presid ing. Eighteenth degree. Wiliam H. Mor rison. most wise master, oresldlng. INDIANA CONSISTORY. S P * S Wednesday, Dee. 4 10 A. M.—Class business meeting. 1:30 P. M.—Nineteenth degree. Lee 8. Busch, orator presiding. Twentieth de gree. CUffortf L. Harrod. engineer and seneschal, presiding. 7:15 P. M.—Communicate all degrees not exemplified. Harry C. Anderson, com mander-ln-chlef. presiding. 7:30 P. M—Twenty-first degree. William — " ■ • How significant, indeed, was the choice of Indiana Lime stone for the new Scottish Rite Cathedral. The tenets of Masonry and the qualities of stone each typify Char acter —Genuineness. . Matthews Brothers Cos. Bloomington, Indiana * * * i Fabricators of Indiana Limestone THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES (f. Kruger, master of ceremonies, presid ing. Twenty-fourth degree. Thursday. Dec. 5 10 A. M.—Class business meeting. 1:15. P. M.—Twenty-ninth degree. Ed vard H. Mayo, first lieutenant, commander, oresldlng. Thirty-first degree, Charles Remster. presiding. Thirty-second degree, Harry C. Anderson, commander-ln-chlef, presiding. 7 P. M.—Convocation banquet, members and class, speeches and entertainment. CHARACTER INSURANCE FIRM MOVES Mutual Has Fine New Home on North Meridian. Another addition to the fast grow ing group of fine buildings on North Meridian street is the new home of the American Mutual Insurance | Company, 1812 North Meridian j street. j The Mutual recently moved Into its new home, and is ready to write general fire, tornado, and automobile policies. It formerly was located at ! 901 Centennial Bank building. Officers of the company are Sollis Runnels, president: F. H. Irvin, vice president, and J. P. Cook, secretary 1 and treasurer We acknowledge pride in cit ing this edifice as indicative of the character of our ability to execute Indiana Lime stone for noteworthy archi tecture. Birds Are Barred The upper part of the Scottish Rite cathedral tower, In which are hung the carillon bells, is without the usual window glass. The open ings are for music of the bells to be broadcast. They are covered with a fine wire mesh to keep out the birds, but the screen is not visible from the street. PAGE 23 Congratulatory Indiana Trucks, inc. 120 W. NORTH ST. Our 20th Year TRY A WANT AD IN THE TIMES.