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Construction on the commercial block on Queen Street, which contains ten shops, began in 1875. The shops are located on the north side of the street, west of Palmerston Avenue. In the 19th century, the postal numbers of the buildings were different to today, but I will use only the modern numbers. The street to the east of the bloc was Muter Street, later renamed Palmerston Avenue.
Brother Everett joined The Accent and Accepted Scottish Rite, Orient of Utah and has been active, working and directing the Stage Crew and performing in a number of degrees. He currently directs the 28th degree. Most Worshipful Brother Everett was Coroneted a 33 degree at the Biennial Session in Charleston, South Carolina. Jerry served as Potentate of El Kalah Temple AAONMS in their 100th year and later as a trustee and Treasurer of the Temple. He served all three Salt Lake York Rite bodies, the Grand York Rite of Utah bodies and was elected Right Eminent Grand Commander of the Grand Commandry of the Knights Templar of Utah, and recipient of The Knight Commander of The Temple.
A member of a number of Masonic appendant bodies in this country and England, he has been the presiding officer in many of them. He was coroneted a 33rd Degree Inspector General Honorary in October 2003. He was appointed as a Grand Lodge officer in 2002 by MW Wm. Powell and installed Grand Master of Masons in Utah at the 136th Annual Communication in 2008.
Training as a mining engineer began under the tutelage of John A. Fulton, Director of the Mackey School of Mines of the University of Nevada. Experience was gained in various capacities with a number of mining companies. Two important engagements in his career were when the General Electric Company rehired him as Resident Manager of its tungsten operations at Germania, Washington and when American Smelting and Refining Company placed him in charge of its Northwest Mining operations with headquarters at Wallace, Idaho.
Masonically, he was raised in Montgomery Lodge No. 504, Stillwater, New York. After coming to Salt Lake City, he affiliated with Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 2 of which he is a Past Master. He is a member of the Salt Lake York Rite Bodies, is a 33rd degree Mason of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, is past Venerable Master of the Jordan Lodge of Perfection, Past Commander of the Salt Lake Council of Kadosh, and has been Chairman of the Membership Committee of that Rite for a number of years. He is also a noble of EI Kalah Temple A.A.O.N.M.S., belongs to the Royal Order of Jesters, National Order of Sojourners, is a past Master of Research Lodge and a member of the Order of Eastern Star.
The Heys became U.S. Citizens in 1954 and were both raised in the same Wesleyan Methodist Church and now, by reason of location, attend the Community Presbyterian Church in American Fork. Brother Hey has served the church a number of years as choir director.
Elmer Aylesworth Vail, Jr., our eighty-eighth Grand Master, was born in Salt Lake City, June 1, 1905, where he has made his home throughout his life. Thus we have added to the number of native sons who have become Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge, F. & A. M. of Utah.
Brother Cushing entered the service of the Oregon Short Line Railroad Company (now Union Pacific Railroad Company) on October 17, 1917, a service in which he has continued to the present time, a period of more than forty years. He occupied a number of important positions during that long period, principally in the Transportation Department. His present position is Associate Director of Press-Radio-Television Relations at Salt Lake City. His residence has been Salt Lake City continuously except for one period of twenty-two months and another of thirty-two months, when his work and residence were Pocatello, Idaho.
He was the first President of the Lions Club at Richfield and the first President of the Knife and Fork Club of Southern Utah. He has been active in the American Legion, having served as Past Commander, District Commander, First Vice Commander of the Department of Utah and as Judge Advocate of such Department for a number of years. He commanded Battery \"E\" of the 222nd Field Artillery, Utah National Guard from 1930 to 1934 and the Home Guard during the Second World War.
He has engaged in educational work during the greater part of his life, first at Green River, Utah, and later at Ogden, Utah. He is now and has been for a number of years, Principal of the Central High School at Ogden.
During the year 1934 he entered the employ of the American Smelting and Refining Company in the Salt Lake City Traffic De-partment. He has received a number of promotions and is now District Traffic Manager for the states of Utah, Colorado, Idaho and Montana.
Brother Rowe was born at Placerville, California, August 21, 1882. At the age of nine he went to Butte, Montana, with his parents, where he attended elementary school and business college. During August, 1898, he moved to Provo and entered the employ of the Telluride Power Company. He has continued in the service of that company, and its successor, the Utah Power and Light Company, to the present. During the past sixteen years he has been Superintendent of the company at Eureka, having charge of the business in the Tintic district, including a number of towns in Juab and Utah Counties.
We cannot follow in detail the experience of our Grand Master from that time to the present. It must suffice to say that in Dawson it included that of gas inspector in mine number 2 and mine foreman in the same mine. Coming to Utah in 1910 he was employed by the Utah Fuel Company at its Sunnyside No.2 mine as gas inspector and then as mine foreman in the same mine; transferred to Castle Gate as underground inspector, then made Superintendent of operations in that place, and in 1919, upon the death of General Superintendent J. S. Thompson, he was appointed to fill the vacancy and placed in charge of all of the properties of the Utah Fuel Company in Utah. This position he held until late in 1926 when he decided to give up the coal mining business.
Grand Masters of Utah seem to have manifested a strong predilection for the Hawkeye State when selecting a birthplace! Just how many of the sons of Iowa have sought this land of the \"honey-bee\" (\"Deseret\") and had many Masonic honors conferred on them only a search of records can disclose, but the number is a considerable one. To this line of distinguished Craftsmen another has been added in the person of our present Grand Master, Most Worshipful Norman Rodney Vote.
The Grand Master is a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Salt Lake, and for a number of years he has been serving as Superintendent of the Sunday School and a member of the Official Board.
In Scottish Rite he received the degrees from the 4th to the 32nd inclusive as a member \"At Large\" of the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States, in April 1889; was invested with the rank and decoration of Knight Commander of the Court of Honor in the Supreme Council, October 18, 1901, and was elected to receive the 33Âº with the rank and dignity of Inspector General Honorary and an Honorary Member of the Supreme, October 18, 1905, and on October 16th, 1917, he was elected and crowned an Active Member of the Supreme Council, with the title of Sovereign Grand Inspector General in Utah. Late in the fall of 1922, or early in the following year, Nevada was attached to the Jurisdiction of Utah, and this additional responsibility Brother Schramm carried for something like nine years. For a number of years he was Grand Master of Ceremonies in the Supreme Council, and at the October session, 1933, he was advance to the position of Grand Minister of State.
In the Grand Lodge of Utah he was appointed Grand Orator January 22, 1902, was elected Junior Grand Warden January 21, 1903. Senior Grand Warden January 20, 1904, Deputy Grand Master January 18, 1905, and Grand Master January 17, 1906. His Grand Lodge number is 1372, Lodge number 285. He is the Grand Representative of the Grand Lodge of Minnesota since August 11, 1904.
He has been Grand Representative to the Grand Lodge of New Zealand since July 6, 1896. He is an honorary member of the Masonic Veteran Association of the Pacific Coast since March 21, 1902. His Lodge number is 272; Grand Lodge number 1126. Bro. Lynch is a careful reader of Masonic literature; is familiar with the Laws of the Grand Lodge of Utah; is a true and loyal citizen, and will make and ideal Grand Master.
Bro Murdoch is the Grand Representative of the Grand Lodge of New Jersey since April 18, 1898. He was elected a member of the Masonic Veterans Association of the Pacific Coast January 8, 1900. His Grand Lodge number is 648; Lodge number, 19.
In the Grand Lodge of Utah he was Grand Tyler in 1880 and 1882, Junior Grand Deacon in 1883, 1884 and 1885; Junior Grand Warden in 1995; Senior Grand Warden in 1896, Dep Grand Master in 1897, and Grand Master in 1998. He was Grand Lecturer from January 22, 1902, to January 17, 1906; was Grand Representative of the Grand Lodge of Oregon from August 20, 1890 to the day of his death, and was a Member of the Masonic Veteran Association of the Pacific Coast since November 23, 1894, His Lodge number was 173, his Grand Lodge number 513.
Brother Gash had studied law for a number of years during his spare moments, and opened a law office at Provo at once after retiring from the drug business, and was admitted to the bar September 22 of that year. He continued in the practice of his profession at that place until August 31, 1898, when he moved from there to Chicago, Illinois, and opened an office in the Oxford Building, at 84 and 86 La Salle street, where he now enjoys a lucrative practice. He was married at La Plata, Mo., October 1, 1885, and now resides, with his congenial wife and son, Lowell E., at 756 South Kedzie avenue, in that city.
In the Grand Lodge of Utah he was appointed Grand Marshal, January 18, 1893;