Master Masons hold School of Instructions includes Freeland on Exec Committee 25 Mar 1951
Master Masons To Hold School Of Instructions Carna- Hel A school of instructions for master Masons will be held at the Masonic Temple, 302 E. Jef ferson Street, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, according to Wll liam I Davis, deputy grand mas ter of the 48th Masonic District for the State of Illinois. The school will be sponsored bv the three Bloomington Lodges, No. 43, Wade Barney and Arts and Crafts. All master Masons are eligible to attend. Frank Bice of Gillespie, a mem ber of the board of grand exam fnprt will he th instructor and will be assisted bv" members of the Bloomington Masonic Guild. Thursday night will be devoted to instruction in the first degree, Friday night the second degree and Saturday afternoon and evening evening the first and second sections of the third degree. The executive committee consists consists of Mr. Davis and the masters masters of the three local lodges: Stanton D. Perry, Floyd O. Robi-son Robi-son Robi-son and James C. Harvey. The reception and registration committee committee consists of wardens of the three lodges: Marvin S. Wines Sr., Herschel B. Holmes, William E. Ogg. C. Arthur Nesmith, Freeland Salmon and George A. Skidmore.