Junior Warden Minute
WM, RW Sirs, Sr. Warden, and Brethren: In light of the recent and devastating loss of R:.W:. David Dibrell, I have chosen to read excerpts of his bio from the GLOT website: David Benton Dibrell was born on May 26, 1938, in San Antonio, to John L. and Juanita (Pounds) Dibrell.
In looking for a topic for tonight’s Masonic Minute, I happened upon an article written over 100 years ago in the “The Gavel and Freemasonry’s Journal” entitled, What Freemasonry Teaches Me.
This past weekend we held a joint Lodge Picnic and Open House. During the afternoon we had, according to my count 3 individuals come to the Lodge and express interest in Masonry.
Someday you may be asked the question by a Mason, who you do not know, “Are you are a Traveling Man”? The reference is as old as the Craft of Masonry.
When a new candidate is I placed in the northeast corner for the lecture, the reason is explained, but I feel that many times, the reason for the placement is overlooked or forgotten.