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Published 27 days ago. Published 1 month ago. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Pennsylvania Rand McNally Easyfinder. Grakelow of the Philadelphia Lodge No. Post of Mahanoy City Lodge No. The "Horseplay" gave rise to some innovative "hazing" practices within Pennsylvania Elks Lodges "shaving" a candidate, having him "walk" on glass and even firing off blank pistols behind unsuspecting initiates to unnerve them; perhaps even make them wonder if all this was worth it!

Edgar Masters, a member of Charleroi Lodge No. Robinson of Dubuque, Iowa, resigned in September of and Masters was appointed to the post. Hanover greeted its own car, the "Parenti," in , with it's Falls-manufactured V-8 powerplant; it ceased operation in Koch of Allentown Lodge No. Pennsylvania Lodge delegates met at Williamsport in where they elected a member of the Reading Lodge No.

Kambach, a member of the Pittsburgh Lodge No. The Allegheny Lodge proudly dedicated their new building on March 5, On July 14, , with Pemberton H. Minster of the Bristol Lodge No.

The building contains sculptures by Adolph A. The Elks Memorial was the first such memorial structure in the world. On May 17, , under newly elected State President S.

The year also saw U. Grakelow of Philadelphia Lodge No. Malley of Springfield, Massachusetts, Lodge No. The following year Brother Malley conceived and brought to life the Elks National Foundation, now the lifeblood of all Elks charitable programs.

It was on March 28, , that the members of the Tyrone Lodge No. The Lodge also recognized their newly formed Ladies Auxiliary at that time and accepted the ladies first gift, a new piano for the Lodge. The momentous year of saw Howard L. Davis of the Williamsport Lodge No. In , a Detroit businessman, Arthur Sherman, gave new horizons to Elk members when he designed and built America's first travel trailer.

Today, the Elks publish a complete list of all Lodges in the country who can accommodate members and their Recreational Vehicles as they travel the nation. Rupp of the Allentown Lodge No. In , word came that a legendary Western Outlaw, the "Sundance Kid,' had been killed in Bolivia some years earlier. This is of interest to Pennsylvania Elk members because the "Sundance Kid," whose real name was Harry Longabaugh, was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania in February of , and moved west as a youngster.

Harry adopted his criminal sobriquet from the time he did in the Sundance Prison in the Old West, and his teammate in crime was Robert Leroy Parker, equally famous as "Butch Cassidy. Sleeman, as State President during festivities at Greensburg. Miller of the Reading Lodge No. Meier of Seattle, Washington, Lodge No. The Great Depression was gripping the nation as the Elks, with Lodges, boasted , members; a drop from a peak of , in Indeed, the Wall Street crash in had drastically affect Elks everywhere, just as it did the entire population.

In Butler, members of the Butler Lodge No. That was when designer Alexis de Sahkanoffski redid the vehicle as the "New Bantam. Drum of the Hazleton Lodge No. Lyons of Warren Lodge No. Hancher of Washington Lodge No. Smith of Lewistown Lodge No. In , with James C. Bohlender of Franklin Lodge No. Newell of Uniontown Lodge No. Warner of Lehighton Lodge No. The Pennsylvania Turnpike became a vital link in transporting war materiels, with one Turnpike bridge being subjected to one unsuccessful attempt at sabotage during the years of WW II.

German agents were captured in as they plotted to destroy the famed Horseshoe Curve in Altoona. This was from a total of 1. Marshall of Uniontown, the U. Devers of York, Joseph T. Brereton of Pittsburgh and Lebanon's Alexander M.

Patch all in vital leadership positions. In the delegates met at Erie to elect Kenelm L. Shirk of Lancaster Lodge No. Pennsylvania was also home to Admirals Harold S. Stark of Wilkes-Barre and Richard S. Edwards and Thomas C. How many Elks served is not known, but we do know it was a considerable number. Robinson of Wilkinsburg Lodge No. Baird of Greenville Lodge No. Hogan of Pottstown Lodge No. Many future Elk members were members of the "Junior Commandoes" during this period, and they gathered bacon grease and other fats, tin cans and all manner of materials from Pennsylvania's homes to make ammunition and other war tools.

Rationing of many vital commodities such as sugar, meat, gasoline and tires put a crimp in Elk travel during WW II, and vehicles could be seen with sawdust filled tires and burning coal in rear mounted devices to produce gas for the engine. On occasion a horse drawn autombile was a surprising sight as it moved along city streets. At least one modern-day term began during WW II when fighter planes began using ammunition for their guns in fabric belts measuring 27 feet in length.

When a pilot returned after a mission that saw him fire all his ammo at one target, he would simply describe it as having fired "the whole nine yards" at his target. Our Oakmont Lodge No. Authorized by Brother Harry S. Truman of Lodge No. Donaldson of Etna Lodge No. It was a pleasant way to begin the post-war years for our association. In July of the B. Suribachi on Iwo Jima on February 23, Another Marine who held that huge Flag, Sgt.

Michael Strank, was a native of Franklin, Pa. Strank died a few days later in fighting with entrenched Japanese forces on a nearby island. The inspirational flag raising photo on Mt. A native of Titusville, Pa.

Following his election to State President in , Chuck McGinley also gave his talents as a leader during his tenure as a member of the Board of Grand Trustees, a post he held for five productive years. On January 3, , members of the Philadelphia Lodge No.

Congress when the opening business of the 80th Congress was televised; the first time in history for this event. It was os special interest to all members of the Order since President Harry S. Maloney of Reynoldsville Lodge No. Arnie is a member of the Latrobe Lodge No. On October 26, , many of our Donora Lodge No. However, while the Donora Smog was America's first air quality tragedy, it accomplished at least one positive thing in bringing about the Nation's first workable Air Pollution Laws.

Gross of Allentown Lodge No. Bennett of the Renovo Lodge No. It was August 3, , that Brother Harry S. Truman approved an Act of Congress making June 14th of every year the beloved "Flag Day"; an observance our Order fought so hard to bring about. To this day, the Elks remain the only organization that has a mandatory Flag Day Observance in every Lodge of the Order.

Benson of Kittanning Lodge No. McNamara set out to make sure this didn't happen again, and this resulted in something many Elk members have enjoyed ever since, the "Diners Club," the prototype for all credit cards now in use around the world. Our Order reached another milestone when the one millionth member of the B. The Elks Post War membership had risen from , persons in 1, Lodges in to 1,, members in 1, Lodges in , the same year that E.

Earl Pitzer of Gettysburg Lodge No. The convention site was appropriate since Howard R. Davis, a popular member of the of Williamsport Lodge No. Kleean, a member of the Franklin Lodge No. Prior to this change, three raps from the Exalted Ruler signalled the removal the blindfold, and the Lodge was brought up or seated by four raps.

The Pottsville Maroons, in existence from through , were owned and managed by Dr. Striegel, and all Maroons home games were played at the Minersville A. Park, the site of the present day King's Village Shopping Plaza. However, after scheduling and playing Notre Dame at Philadelphia's Shibe Park, the Frankford Yellowjackets protested the Pottsville Maroon's game as an infringement on their territory. The team placed third in and eighth in and , and in , the franchise moved to Boston, and a few years later, the old Pottsville Maroons franchise was transferred to Washington, D.

Smith of Warren Lodge No. In ground was broken for Shippingport Power Plant in Beaver County, the first to use atomic power for peaceful endeavors. Jonas Salk gave his newly developed antipolio inoculations in , and April brought the launching of America's first atomic sub, the USS Nautilus, with her nuclear powerplant coming from the Bettis Plant of the Westinghouse Corporation in Allegheny County. On June 22, , during the st regular meeting of the Lancaster Lodge No.

Fassnacht, the Loyal Knight Calvin A. Hauck and the Lecturing Knight John Kostecky. Philson as Lecturing Knight. During the B. The State President for Pennsylvania in , A. Lewis Heisey, was a member of Middletown Lodge No. Buchanan of Bedford Lodge No. Paul Seeders, a Pottstown Lodge No. In the delegates met in session at Pittsburgh to select a new State President: Ebersberger of the Latrobe Lodge No. On March 27, , the Monroeville Lodge No. The State Convention site was Harrisburg, and from that session we elected M.

Klinesmith of the Grove City Lodge No. Unfortunately, of the three aforementioned Lodges, the Abington Lodge was declared defunct on March 4, , and the Honesdale Lodge members closed their doors on February 25, In , the popular Fred N. Reno, a member of the Wilkinsburg Lodge No. Our national membership was then at 1,, in 2, Elks Lodges as the nation observed the passing of the last dependent of a Mexican War Veteran.

Upon the untimely passing of Grand Secretary Franklin J. O'Malley, a member of the Scranton Lodge No. The Clarion Lodge No. The State President was Richard C. Megargell of the Berwick Lodge No. Just six months later, between July 21st and July 24th, , the first of 29 American Legion members died of what became known as "Legionnaire's Disease" in Philadelphia. In , with State President William C.

Kuhn of the Gettysburg Lodge No. After test marketing his invention in Pittsburgh, the popular item was added to McDonald menus nationwide in Chacona, as State President at Pittsburgh. In , the State President was Ronald C.

Wolfe of Kittanning Lodge No. While Pennsylvania has had no new Lodge institutions in recent years, we have had some great leadership, with Donald O. Oesterling of Butler Lodge No. Don served as a State Senator and also held the first chairmanship of the Grand Lodge Public Relations Committee when it was formed in the 's. A member of the Oakmont Lodge No.

Brown, a member of the Erie Lodge No. Brady of Monongahela Lodge No. Brubacker of Lancaster Lodge No. Earl Case of Pottstown Lodge No. Bennett Dry, a member at Berwick Lodge No. Our current State Sponsor, Carlon M.

O'Malley of Scranton Lodge No. Mitchell of Johnstown Lodge No. The decade of the 70's concluded with our association being led by Harold W. Sweeney of Lock Haven Lodge No. Pickett, a member of Butler Lodge No. Howard was followed by Haydn F. Evans of Tamaqua Lodge No.

Gusic of Waynesburg Lodge No. Sassaman of Reading Lodge No. Tyler of Franklin Lodge No. Kundla of Indiana Lodge No. LaFayette of Cranberry Lodge No. Brady of Danville Lodge No. Runkel of Meadville Lodge No. Decker of Pottstown Lodge No. Reinhart, a member of the Bangor Lodge No. Amendola, a member of State College Lodge No. Of the Lodge Dispensations and Institutions issued in Pennsylvania since , survive in as active Lodges in a state that is second only to Florida in Senior Citizen population.

But we also have one of every ten Veterans in America living here, with Allegheny County claiming more Veterans than any other community in America, and the Elks in Pennsylvania have been caring for America's disabled veterans since Thus, from a world no one in the present-day Order recalls, one with no electric lights, autos, planes, phones, radio, TV, jets, rockets or any of the other everyday conveniences, the Pennsylvania Elks have seen America put a man on the moon, and be able to communicate anywhere instantaneously.

It was under the capable leadership of Frederick A. Reinhart of Bangor Lodge No. The Pennsylvania Elks State Association, headquartered at North Center Avenue in Somerset, Pensylvania, has ten districts comprising Lodges situated in 54 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties; the Metropolitan District being the only district where all Lodges are in one county, Allegheny.

Our smallest Lodge is Clarion and the largest is State College, while the most widely-dispersed district is the Northeast. The members of the Northeast: We have given the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks a total of 11 Grand Exalted Rulers, five of them since the formation of the State Association, and our involvement with the Grand Lodge includes three Grand Secretaries and a trio of Grand Treasurers, the last Pennsylvania member to hold this office being Howard W.

Schran of Etna Lodge No. We have tried to find the names of all the Pennsylvania members who have served on various Grand Lodge committees as chairmen and members, with PSP Donald O. Amendola of State College Lodge No. Brutzman of Towanda Lodge No. Steve was replaced in with the dedicated Larry P. Knorr of Danville Lodge No. Pickett, also a member of the Butler Lodge No. Under Bill Pickett's leadership we have seen the National Home progress from a place designed for men only to its present renovation work where women and couples are now in residence.

Several Pennsylvanians are enjoying life at the Elks National Home as this is written, and we encourage all Lodges to send them cards for their birthdays and other important dates such as Christmas, etc. We actively seek from all members new information about our proud Pennsylvania Elks State Association. As facts and anecdotes surface we'll add to make the Pennsylvania Elks has the most accurate state history possible.

However, to do this right, we need your full cooperation; so, if you have any true facts or figures that we can use, please contact us right away and we can make additions, deletions or corrections immediately for the next printing. Pennsylvania Elk members have served in every United States conflict since, and including, the Civil War. Our state's contribution to America's defense leadership is Generals and Admirals, and the Elks beloved "Vacant Chair," one of the more popular songs of the Civil War, was written by Charles Washburn for the family of Lt.

Washburn, a guest at the Grout's Worcester, Massachusetts, home on Thanksgiving Day , was inspired by the empty place setting in their son's honor. It was formally adopted by the Elks in There were a total of forty military installations in Pennsylvania, with the Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot making the nation's first 49 star Flag when Alaska was admitted to the Union.

World War II saw Pennsylvania's residents and industries contribute in many other ways to the war effort, not the least of which was a small chocolate confection designed to be carried by our GI's in warmer climates. With sugar rationed for the duration of the war, and most of the chocolate produced being sent to our fighting men and women overseas, Forrest Mars formed an alliance with William Murrie, president of Hershey Chocolate Company, in order to get the ingredients for his new product.

The hard sugar shell was developed by Mr. Mars, and when this was put in place over the famous, but fragile Hershey chocolate, it prevented the nutritiously vital food from melting under warm environments. This little round confection that graced the pockets of millions of GI's received its name from the "M" in each man's last name.

Pennsylvania Elk Lodges have given literally millions of dollars to our communities, and in the Elk State Association members in our state began their third different century of service to the place where our great nation was born. America began right here in Pennsylvania, and this state's Elk members have been instrumental in making the B.

The Danville Lodge had their official opening ceremony at their new Lodge on Rt. Our Pennsylvania Elks Major Projects, the Home Service Nurses Program, has been widely acknowledged as being the finest project of its kind in Pennsylvania and has even been formally recognized by the state legislature in the past. The latest recognition, made possible through the compassion and generosity of the Pennsylvania Elks Lodge members, came on November 9, , in Harrisburg when we received honors from the Pennsylvania Department of Health "Special Kids Network.

In addition to this little history of our state association, we invite you to read the History of the Order Of Elks, a hardbound volume available from the Grand Lodge.

As Elkdom begins its third different century in Pennsylvania, a member from Sharon can easily have a leisurely breakfast at home, enjoy a nice lunch at the State College Lodge, and then partake of a tasty dinner in the East Stroudsburg Lodge and do all this on the same day.

This journey would have required several days on the road for an Elk in the latter days of the 19th Century and the early part of the 20th Century.

Thus, from the first Pennsylvania Elks Lodge in Philadelphia in , a "modern" facility with no phone, no electric, no TV, no radio and no conveniences of any kind, even the smallest of today's Pennsylvania's Elks Lodges have an instantaneous access to a world of information. Members in the eastern portion of Pennsylvania know of a happening in the western section even as it is happening, and all Lodges are a part of what could be accurately termed as "one big Elks Lodge" that encompasses the entire Commonwealth.

In , the B. We are proud of what our members have done since , are now doing, and will continue to do for the most beautiful state in the Union, and indeed the Keystone of Elkdom itself. On the following pages is a chronological order of Lodge Institutions in Pennsylvania, as well as the lists of the known Past District Deputy Grand Exalted Rulers from each district.

If you have knowledge of those not listed or can provide a year for others, any information at all, please contact us and we can revise this for any future printings, and also keep it on file in the State Office in Somerset for anyone looking for such information in the future.

We gave notice about this publication on several occasions over a two year span, and this included mailing the entire manuscript to all Advisory Board members and other Pennsylvania Elk State Association officials prior to the printing of this history. Thus, we have included all changes, additions and corrections prompted by the responses we received as per our request. Be advised that all corrections and changes will be incorporated in future printings, and members in the years to come will now have some way of knowing just how much the Elks have done in Pennsylvania.

An up-to-date copy of this history will be maintained in the State Office in Somerset, Pennsylvania. In closing, I thank the finest committee members anyone could ever have the privilege of serving with: These dedicated members have made an always interesting and challenging job more easy and productive than ever in ; they are simply the best and their dedication to Elkdom is without question.

Opened in by Richard K. Mellon and Rolling Rock brewery as one of the state's first ski areas, donated to the state in Cambria , Fayette , Somerset and Westmoreland Counties. Conemaugh River , Youghiogheny River and tributaries. Carbon and Luzerne Counties. Once a barren wasteland, now a thriving second growth forest with an excellent trout stream [g]. Park named for the bison that are believed to have once roamed the ridge and valley region of Pennsylvania.

Historians believe a Shawnee village and burial ground were just north of the park. In a thriving second growth forest on the side of Locust Mountain. Sandy Creek , Lake Wilhelm. Park named for Maurice K. Goddard , who led the creation of 45 state parks in 24 years of service. In a remote location on a dirt road between R. Winter State Park and Eastville. Features a deep scenic gorge with a restored watermill and a covered bridge [d] [f] [g]. West Branch Susquehanna River. On an island in the river, destroyed by Hurricane Agnes in and rebuilt.

Muddy Creek , Lake Arthur. Park served as the location of the and National Scout Jamborees. Lake named for renowned American composer Stephen Foster. Park, on an estuary , donated by descendant of James Logan , colonial secretary to William Penn.

Tohickon Creek , Lake Nockamixon. Nockamixon means "place of soft soil" in the Lenape language. Once a forest privately owned by Jacob Nolde. Managed by the Montgomery County Department of Parks. Youghiogheny River and tributaries. One of the most popular white-water rafting destinations on the East Coast [d] [f]. Edwin Drake drilled the first successful oil well in the world here in Ole Bull Run, Kettle Creek. Location of a Norwegian colony established by renowned violinist Ole Bull.

Laurel Run , Parker Lake. A herd of elk lives in and near the park. Sassafras Run, Standing Stone Creek. The furnaces at Pine Grove could consume an acre of trees a day. Noted by anglers for the shadfly hatch that occurs in late spring. Allegheny , Monongahela , Ohio rivers. In downtown Pittsburgh at meeting of three rivers, site of Fort Pitt [g]. The most visited state park in Pennsylvania, on a peninsula in lake with many beaches [d] [f] [g].

Beaverdam Run, Glendale Lake. Name is an ironic commentary created by immigrant residents, once owned by the Shakers. Shenango River , Pymatuning Lake. This is the largest state park in Pennsylvania, with one of the largest lakes. Park has first cement and stone dam ever built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.

High Rocks portion of the park was donated to Pennsylvania by James Michener in Park named for the ravens that flock near the gorge. Columbia , Luzerne , and Sullivan Counties. Known for its many waterfalls , it was slated to become a National Park , but did not due to redirection of funds during World War II. Adjacent to the John J. Park named for Simon B. Elliott, a noted Pennsylvania conservationist and legislator. Park has three waterfalls and its hemlocks are over years old and some of the largest trees in the state.

Park named for its donor, a Secretary of the Department of Forests and Waters; now popular for star gazing. This is the smallest state park in Pennsylvania, a day use picnic area on PA Northumberland and Union Counties.

Cameron and Potter Counties. Sinnemahoning Creek , George B. Park named for the nearby ghost town of Sizerville. Park named for the Susquehannock , whose chief village was nearby. Lebanon and Schuylkill Counties. Once part of an artillery range for Tobyhanna Army Depot. Great Trough Creek , Raystown Lake. Bald eagles have migrated here naturally since the early s. The Tuscarora moved to the area after the Tuscarora War in North Carolina , were later forced out by colonial settlement.

Old original stone dwellings in park are fine examples of early farm dwellings of rural Pennsylvania. A roadside park and picnic area for day use only, on PA Raystown Branch Juniata River. Park named for the Great Indian Warpath used by the Iroquois in war raids on the Cherokee and other tribes.

Site of George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River. Transferred from the Historical and Museum Commission in

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