Welcome to the
first edition of the "Sojourners Soapbox."
I plan to have some guest Sojourners to help in this
endeavor. So first, I will state that I take full responsibility for the contents of this
page. It will be my duty to approve any and all writings submitted.
I would like to dedicate this months page to the most prolific Masonic writer to pass this way, for on March 13, 1997, we lost this wonderful Mason. I doubt if he can ever be replaced. He is . . . . .
Allen E. Roberts, FPS
and from the book "Seekers of Truth" the story of the Philalethes Society 1928-1988, Allen writes:
So mote it be and Amen!
Did you know?
On October 21, 1908, Grand Master, George D. Copeland of Marion Lodge #70, and his officers assembled at the Hotel Sinton in Cincinnati. At 9:15 A.M., They were met by other brethren and military bands for the march to the Music Hall.
"Great throngs filled the
streets." Masonic banners and emblems waved from business centers by the thousands.
The several bands thrilled the crowds lining the streets as hundreds of Masons marched to
From: Frontier Cornerstone
By: Allen E. Roberts, FPS
So for now, back to that rough and rugged road, only 500 miles to go!