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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."

Hearts of Fathers
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A curious contrast between apparent comedy and actual tragedy. A circus clown in costume comes to lodge, there to attempt to interest a father in a disowned baby girl.

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Treasures of Darkness
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Isaiah XLV-3. "And I will give thee the treasures of darkness, and hidden riches of secret places..."

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If a Man Die...
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A Masonic fantasy in dramatic form concerned with the age old problem and dearest hope of mankind: "If a man die, shall he live again?" 

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He That Believeth
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Happy plans for an initiation of the only son of Doric's most prominent and wealthy member are interrupted by tragic news. 

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A Rose Upon the Altar
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The Master and the Chairman of the Charity Committee return to the empty lodge room at midnight to get the bank book and cash which the Master forgot. 

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Greater Love Hath No Man
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Doric Lodge makes a Mason of a dying man, regarded by all in the town of Aaronton as a hero and benefactor, the more so that he is poor, unlearned, humble.

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