Edgemont #267

 

Warrant: 4/21/1927

347 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair

The following was presented to Grand Lodge in Trenton on April 21st 1927:
 

“Your Committee on Dispensations and Warrants, to whom was referred the question of granting a warrant to Edgemont Lodge, beg leave to report that the petitioners are all regularly dimitted Masons of Penobscott Lodge No. 39 of the jurisdiction of Maine, Union Lodge No. 11, Mystic Brotherhood Lodge No. 21, Bloomfield Lodge No. 40, Triluminar Lodge No. 112, Mount Zion Lodge No. 135, Verona Lodge No. 198, Composite Lodge No. 223, and Golden Rule Lodge No. 235 of the jurisdiction of New Jersey, and Dirigo Lodge No. 30 and William McKinley Lodge No. 840 of the jurisdiction of New York, and were set to work by the Most Worshipful Grand Master on the tenth day of January 1927; that they conferred the Entered Apprentice degree on six candidates; the Fellow Craft degree on four candidates; that seven petitions are awaiting action; that they have secured a safe and suitable lodge-room in which to do Masonic work; that they have secured suitable paraphernalia and that they have $1,403.34 in the treasury.

 
Your Committee, therefore, respectfully recommends that a warrant be granted to Julius Weinberg, as Worshipful Master; Arthur H. Hermann, as Senior Warden, and Leon Engelman, as Junior Warden and their associates, for a Masonic lodge at Montclair, to be known and hailed as Edgemont Lodge No. 267.”