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In 1934 the Masonic Service Association issued the first of its twelve lodge room plays, all written by the late M. W. Bro. Carl H. Claudy. Rather hesitantly was published a little dramatic vehicle, different from anything before, because it required no stage, no costume, and no scenery.

Every lodge has a meeting place. In these plays the lodge hall is the scene of the action, the brethren on the benches "part of the scenery."

Gift in Secret
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Proverbs XXI-14. "A gift in secret pacifieth anger..." An interesting FBI exposition of the art of determining what typewriter wrote a specific document. Doric Lodge has received several anonymous letters, all sending donations for general or special charitable purposes. 

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He Which is Accused
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A story of the last days of the war. A German-American brother of Doric Lodge is accused, apparently upon undeniable evidence, of willingly serving in the German army. 

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Greatest of These
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St. Anne's Lodge has a mortgage it cannot pay, expects to lose its temple, and thus faces the bitter necessity of surrendering its charter. . ..

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And Not Foresake Them
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A tender little story of a widow with two small children left penniless in an unfriendly town, and the brotherly way in which members of the lodge of her late husband solve her problem without a call on lodge resources greater than they can bear or injury to her pride. (Requires a stage and one interior scene.)

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Judge Not!
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Tense with strained curiosity as to "what comes next." 

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The Fight
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By M. W. Ralph J. Pollard, Maine. A short one-act play depicting a quarrel between Colonial and Loyalist Brothers at an after-lodge supper.

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