Vancouver's second Burrard Street bridge completes construction, giving easier access to the downtown core.
January 9, 1934
The occasion was to conduct the funeral of Brother Captain Walker Williams of Crescent, a former member of Union Lodge No. 9 under the charge of Brother J.C. Cornish, Director of Ceremonies.
February 8, 1934
Kulshan Lodge of Blaine, Washington members paid a fraternal visit to Joppa Lodge. Brother Arnold Forbes was instructed in the work of the Fellow Craft Degree.
March 8, 1934
Brother Arnold Forbes was raised to the sublime Degree of Master Mason with Worshipful Brother O.R. Merklin in the chair assisted by other Past Masters performed the work.
Brother Cook of Kulshan Lodge spoke of his 47 years as a Mason and Brother Cornish gave a short account of his 57 years in the Craft.
June 14, 1934
Brother J.C. Cornish was made an honorary member of the Lodge with full privileges.
September 13, 1934
Election of Officers as follows –
Brother A.W. Saunders Worshipful Master, Brother C.G. Bockus Senior Warden, Brother S.C. Hoer Junior Warden, Right Worshipful Brother O.R.Merklin Treasurer, Very Worshipful Brother J.D. MacMillan Secretary, Worshipful Brother A.J. Smith Tyler.
September 27, 1934
Installation of Officers, Right Worshipful Brother O.R. Merklin Installing Master, as follows –
Brother A.W. Saunders Worshipful Master, Brother C.G. Bockus Senior Warden, Brother S.C. Hoer Junior Warden, Worshipful Brother W.S. Huff Installing Past Master, Right Worshipful Brother O.R. Merklin DDGM Treasurer, Very Worshipful Brother J.D. MacMillan Secretary, Worshipful Brother F. Hugh Chaplain, Brother J.C. Cornish Director of Ceremonies, Brother J.W. Champion Senior Deacon, Brother A.H. Hancock Junior Deacon, Brother B.l. Hugh Inner Guard, Brother R.S. Harris Steward, Brother L.J. Burton Steward, Brother H.A. Beaumont Organist, Worshipful Brother A.J. Smith Tyler.
October 11, 1934
Brother E.H. Sands, with a demit from Ionic Lodge No. 19 was elected a member of Joppa Lodge by Affiliation.
November 8, 1934
Brother Thomas H. Douglas who attended the previous meeting of October 11, had been accidentally shot while hunting on Vancouver Island, a wreath was sent honouring a fine fellow and the best type of Mason.