The lodge has occupied several places over the years, including the building on Main Street that was built when the 1897 Lodge building burned to the ground. The Main Street building still bears the Masonic Square amp& Compasses and the year of its reconstruction, 1925.
The lodge building is now on South Veterans at Canal Street and was constructed to replace a building on Front Street that was purchased by the city of Tupelo when construction of the new city hall was just a plan.
The current Worshipful Master, Otho Stevens, ordered a celebration supper n April and opened the lodge to wives, families and friends in addition to regular Masons.
"We are happy to celebrate our past, and are looking hopefully to the future when we can celebrate our 150th year of service to the community," Stevens said in his remarks to those attending.
The Grand Master of Freemasons of Mississippi and many of the officers of the Grand Lodge attended the celebration as did Masons from many lodges in the area.