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Past grand sires and past grand representatives each wore a distinctive medal. In its totality, the IOOF'S organization resembled that of the Freemasons. Like the Odd Fellows, the Masons had lodges, higher-degree lodges (like encampments), and a woman's auxiliary branch (Daughters of the Eastern Star). The IOOF'S organization differed, however, from that of other friendly societies. The Knights of Pythias, for example, had nothing comparable to the encampment branch, declined to recognize a female auxiliary branch, and offered an optional endowment degree for Knights who wished to have an annuity benefit.
Hocken (Broadview Lodge No. 394) was publisher of the Orange Sentinel, a past grand master of the Orange Lodge, and mayor in 1912-14. 00 * persons with railway occupations or reported railway employers George B. Woods (Rosedale Lodge) was the founder and managing director of the Continental Life Insurance Company. George H. Gooderham (Rosedale Lodge) was a manufacturer, a capitalist, and a Conservative MLA from 1908 to 1916. Perhaps these men had joined the Odd Fellows before they had become prominent.
A drop in the percentage of brothers who made sick claims could mean a rise in membership arrears rather than a drop in morbidity. Unfortunately, the records do not report statistics for paid-up members, which would be required to make this calculation. In any case, the breadwinner's risk of disability was substantial during the early twentieth century. Five state commissions and two morbidity surveys by the United States Public Health Service documented the risk for American households during the years 1917-36 (Epstein, 1933; Millis, 1937; Britton, 1940).