1926: Harry Omar, was the brother-in-law of Rudolph Bruske .Master in 1920. He owned the Coronado Dry goods store. He was secretary of Coronado Lodge from 1937 to 1956 and was famous for calling the roll in the third degree. He went to Claude Spreckels, a member of the lodge, and asked for heaters, the members of the Star were complaining about the chill. Claude sent some engineers from the Spreckels co. who installed gas heaters. They were quite noisy during degree work. Harry then went to Mrs. Claude Spreckels and talked into buying carpet for the Lodge.