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1 SCOTTISH RITE NEWS NEWS FOR THE VALLEY OF DALLAS FOR THE VALLEY OF DALLAS Valley Of Dallas Reunion Brings In 30 New Masters Of The Royal Secret 2012 Officers Valley Historian Appointed History of the Chef Committee Police Departments Receive Bicycles SUMMER 2012 ISSUE

2 UPDATE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION The Dallas Scottish Rite News The Dallas Scottish Rite News is published by the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Valley of Dallas, 500 South Harwood Street, Dallas Texas POSTMASTER: Send address changes to THE DALLAS SCOTTISH RITE, 500 South Harwood Street Dallas Texas [ ] PRESIDING OFFICERS Herbert Buchanan 'Buck' Howard, 32 o KCCH, Personal Representative of the Sovereign Grand Inspector General and Chairman of the Executive Committee, Valley of Dallas; John M. Marshall, 33 o IGH, Venerable Master Dallas Lodge of Perfection (4 o -14 o ); David W. Palmlund, III, 32 o KCCH, Wise Master, Dallas Chapter of Rose Croix(15 o -18 o ); Francis E. "Skip" Smith, 32 o KCCH Commander, Dallas Council of Kadosh (19 o -30 o ); and Richard S. Lissauer, 32 o KCCH, Master of Kadosh, Dallas Consistory Editor; H. Buck Howard, Assistant Editor Jerry R. McNair, to whom all letters pertaining to the business of the Rite should be addressed at: 500 South Harwood Street, Dallas Texas Mike Kent, Digital Product Manager John Yates, Production Designer Gerald Peck, Associate Editor Harold Collum, Copy Editor STATED MEETINGS: Third Mondays of each month at 7:00 p.m. EDUCATION EVENINGS. Fourth Tuesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m. 2 Find us on Facebook Due to the increased costs of mailing and the continued challenges communicating with our members, we are asking every member to update his personal information. This can be done either online through the website: or by filling out the data sheet below and mailing it to: Dallas Scottish Rite, 500 South Harwood St., Dallas, Texas To make the update online, go to: Point to "Member Directory" on the menu bar, then click on Update your information Insert your last name, first name, Valley: Dallas (from the drop down menu) Your Birthdate: (mm/dd/yyyy) (ie: 01/01/1945) This will take you to a screen with your present data. Make any changes being sure that all the data is correct, then click on SUBMIT. That is all there is to it! IF YOU DO NOT USE A COMPUTER, FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING AND MAIL TO THE CATHEDRAL. Last Name: First Name: Middle Name: Preferred Name: Mailing Name: Mailing Address: City: State:, Zip: Valley Membership: Date of Birth: Home Phone: Work Phone: Cell Phone: Wife's Name: Lodge Name & # Lodge Location:

3 From The Chairman If you were in attendance at the Summer Reunion, you were part of a great day! In addition to bringing in 30 new Masters of the Royal Secret, we fed approximately 150 for lunch including the Joe Motley family. Illustrious Joe was a faithful member of our Valley for 60 years, and his legacy of hard work, faithful attendance and leadership will be in our hearts for generations. It is men like Joe who built our Valley. In a larger sense, being present for those terminal degrees and the just held capping ceremony at the August Stated Meeting was a great reminder to me that no matter how many Reunions or Stated Meetings a Scottish Rite Mason has attended the inspirations never get old. We are all traveling together, each of us seeking Truth and Light. The knowledge we gain and the joy we feel in being a part of this Fraternity is difficult to explain or measure because of this. I encourage each and every member of our craft to never forget why you took the initiative to knock on the inner door or take those first steps to that Place of Masonic Light. "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; For there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, wither thou goest." Ecclesiastes 9:10 Buck Feast of Tishri October 2, :30 p.m. Dallas Scottish Rite Cathedral 500 S. Harwood Dallas, Texas

4 Brothers All; From the General Secretary Greetings from the Valley of Dallas We want to update you on the many activities here at YOUR Cathedral. During the month of August we have been very active in the Valley; our Ambassador program is meeting with great success (see separate article), our Scottish Rite police bicycle program is off and running again, High School scholarships have been awarded and so it goes. Again, we have been very busy in the Valley. Our latest capping ceremony in August was a great success, with our new members AND THEIR families joining us for the event. We love to see our members families and will continue this effort in the months and years to come. A special thanks to Brother Max Gilley and his 30th degree team for an outstanding Vignette this summer. A great time was shared with our families, and we were very pleased to see a few of our members who have not been by the Cathedral for a while WELCOME HOME BROTHERS THIS IS YOUR HOUSE. It s DUES TIME for Below is an example of your 2013 dues notice and dues card. Please be advised your dues notice is with your dues card do not just discard. Once you receive your dues notice from us, please, please do not discard. This is the only mailing you will receive (we are saving postage costs this way). Simply detach your card, mail in your payment (or go online), sign your new dues card and put it in your wallet you are then good to go. If you are an endowed member, please try to send us your annual per capita cost of $22.00 it would help us out tremendously, and we thank you in advance for your consideration. (Don t forget a little something for the Library and Museum Foundation. It s the bedrock of our Valley and needs your support too.) There are still a lot more Scottish Rite activities for the remainder of Our September stated meeting will be honoring the Order of DeMolay; the Feast of Tishri is in October, our 3 day Fall Reunion (1st, 2nd and 4th Saturdays in October), finishing with another capping ceremony in November. We have a lot still to do this year. Please consider getting a group together for one of our October Saturday Reunions. Drive down early or at your leisure during the day, have fellowship, perhaps view a couple of degrees, have lunch with old friends and meet your Brothers here. Jerry R. McNair Sample Sample John A. Smith, 32 0 Endowed 4

5 Dallas Lodge of Perfection Ineffable Degrees 4 o to 14 o 2012 Officers Dallas Council of Kadosh Philosophical and Chivalric Degrees 19 o to 30 o John McClellan Marshall, 33 o IGH Venerable Master Officers Venerable Master...John M. Marshall, 33 o IGH Senior Warden...T. Burrel Poston, 33 o IGH Junior Warden...Richard L. Johnson, 32 o KCCH Orator...Bob W. Moore, 32 o KCCH Dispensation Granted January 20, 1897 Permanent Charter Granted October 20, 1897 Dallas Chapter of Rose Croix Historical and Religious Degrees 15 o to 18 o Francis E. "Skip" Smith, 32 o KCCH Commander Officers Commander...Francis E. "Skip" Smith, 32 o KCCH 1 st Lt. Commander...Thomas M.Tomlinson, 32 o KCCH 2 nd Lt. Commander...Lawrence P. Sweeney, 32 o KCCH Chancellor...Robert G. Umphress, 32 o KCCH Orator...Matthew A. Ferguson, 32 o KCCH Dispensation Granted October 4, 1902 Permanent Charter Granted October 20, 1903 Dallas Consistory Ceremonial and Official Degrees 31 o to 32 o David W. Palmlund, III, 32 o KCCH Wise Master Officers Wise Master...David W. Palmlund, III, 32 o KCCH Senior Warden...Daniel B. Pearson, III, 32 o KCCH Junior Warden...Michael L. Reynolds, 32 o KCCH Orator...Kevin K. Main, 32 o KCCH Dispensation Granted April 11, 1901 Permanent Charter Granted October 25, 1901 Richard S. Lissauer, 32 o KCCH Master of Kadosh Officers Master of Kadosh...Richard S. Lissauer, 32 o KCCH Prior...David M. Baskin, 32 o KCCH Preceptor...David K. Raucher, 32 o KCCH Chancellor...Matthew T. Cason, 32 o KCCH Minister of State...Grady J. Smith, 32 o KCCH Dispensation Granted December 18, 1903 Permanent Charter Granted October 17,

6 Officers Serving All Bodies Jerry R. McNair, 32 o KCCH - General Secretary Lawrence A. Winkle, 33 IGH - Treasurer Samuel D. Tiner, 32 KCCH - Almoner Timothy R. Zoltowski, 32 o - Prelate Eric D. Stuyvesant, 32 o - Master of Ceremonies James E. Fulcher, 32 o - Expert W. H. "Rick" Mozeley, 32 o - Assistant Expert Barry Boyd, 32 o - Captain of the Host Robert F. Bull, 32 o - Equerry E.J. James, 32 o - Chamberlain Joseph L. McBain, 32 o - Tiler Miguel A. Granados, Jr., 32 o - Valley Photographer Tony Albanese, 32 Brian Ball, 32 Donald Bean, 32 Brad Billings, 32 KCCH Barry Boyd, 32 Barry Brunk, Sr., 32 KCCH Kenneth Butner, 32 Lloyd Carpenter, 32 KCCH Nick Carter, 32 Matt Cason, 32 KCCH Jonathon Chiles, 32 Bill Cox, 32 KCCH Floyd Day, 32 KCCH Billy Ray Dickey, 33 IGH Gary Dixon, 33 IGH James Elliott, 33 IGH Jeff Forrester, 32 The Membership Ambassador Program The Dallas Scottish Rite Membership Committee has two principle areas of focus: First and most importantly is the current membership of the Valley. Second is the business of recruiting new Scottish Rite members. For Membership to be effective we need an energized organization on the ground in the field. It cannot be done from the Scottish Rite office. To accomplish this, we are aggressively pursuing a Lodge Ambassador program. Our vision is to have an Ambassador in each Lodge who is already a Scottish Rite Mason, and can represent the Dallas Valley in a very visible and proactive manner. The specific responsibilities for Ambassadors are: Keeping the benefits of SR Masonry and membership in front of the Blue Lodge members Facilitating new SR Masons from the Blue Lodge, not only for newly raised Master Masons, but with all lodge members who are not already in the SR providing a pipeline for new Valley members Answering questions, and addressing concerns Providing details on Reunions Keeping the District Manager informed Providing information from Lodge to Scottish Rite The Ambassador s program is one of the keys to the continued success and growth of the Dallas Valley. If you are interested in becoming a part of the membership committee, either as a Blue Lodge Ambassador or as an area representative, please contact me directly. My Scottish Rite address is: My cell phone number is Bob Moore, 32, KCCH Valley of Dallas Scottish Rite Membership Chairman. Lodge Ambassadors (2012) Jimmy Gibson, 32 Edward Green, 32 Jeff Hershberger, 32 Gary Hosick, 32 Dan Howard, 32 Don Howard, 32 Robert Jensen, 32 KCCH Jerry Kirby, 33 IGH Timothy LaVergne, 32 KCCH Kevin Main, 32 KCCH Aaron Miller, 32 A. D. Palmer, 32 Joe Pool, 32 Bill Proctor, 33 IGH Steve Rankin, 32 KCCH Gary Rock, 32 Ken Scales, 32 Chris Smith, 32 Norm Stuart, 32 Robert Tedford, 32 KCCH Robert Telford, 32 KCCH Franklin Todd, 33 IGH Patrick Travers, 32 Mark Travis, 32 Gerald Tyler, 32 Ron Walker, 32 Darrell Wanker, 32 KCCH Brian Williams, 32 Thomas Williams, 32 Ben Wilson, 32 Dustin Woods, 32 Gregg Yates, 32 6

7 Hon Richard England Schlaudroff 32 KCCH Historian Valley of Dallas We are pleased to announce the appointment of Honorable Richard England Schlaudroff 32 KCCH to the position of Valley Historian responsible for developing and maintaining the history of the Dallas Scottish Rite its buildings and assets. A native of Dallas, Brother Schlaudroff received his B.A. in philosophy and theology in 1974 from Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He holds four master s degrees. He studied theology and church history for two years at Harvard, medieval history for six years at Columbia in New York City (where he also taught in Columbia s prestigious Contemporary Civilization program), and ancient and medieval philosophy at Fordham. He received his fourth master s degree in library science from Texas Woman s University in In addition, he holds graduate certificates in library science and archival administration from the University of North Texas and UT-Arlington, respectively, and has done extensive coursework in American, Texas, and military history at the University of North Texas. In addition to Columbia, he has held teaching posts at New York University, Saint Louis University, University of Southern Illinois at Edwardsville, and currently teaches history at Eastfield College. He is or has been a member of the Medieval Academy of America, Society for Medieval & Renaissance Philosophy, American Society of Church History, American Historical Association, American Society of Religion, Texas State Historical Association, and the Dallas Historical Association. He has been accorded several teaching honors and elected to six honor scholarship societies. He was raised in and is a Past Master of Dallas Lodge No. 760, a member of Northern Star Lodge No. 377, a 32 o KCCH of the Scottish Rite, and is currently Generalissimo in Dallas Commandery No. 6, Knights Templar. He is also a member of the Texas Lodge of Research and the Scottish Rite Research Society. Please join us in welcoming Brother Schlaudroff to this important task for our Valley. ~Jerry McNair, General Secretary. Knights of St. Andrew Presenting the Colors at the Capping Ceremony of the Joe Bailey Motley, 33 0 IGH, Class. 7

8 Joe Bailey Motley, 33 0 IGH Capping Ceremony Venerable Master John Marshall welcoming Brethren and guests at the Capping Ceremony Malcolm Shwarts receiving his blue cap and certificate from General Secretary Jerry McNair for being a fifty year SR Mason (l to r) Chairman Buck Howard presenting Millard Jones with his Master Craftsman II Certificate & Award (l to r) Chairman Buck Howard presenting Larry FitzPatrick with his Master Craftsman I Certificate & Award 8 A Vignette of the 30 0 was performed at the Capping Ceremony. (l to r ) Richard Linden, Ben Gilley, Max Gilley, Patrick Briody, Scott Brosi, Jerry Lawson and Gregg Yates

9 MESSAGE FROM THE VENERABLE MASTER III. John McClellan Marshall 33º IGH My brethren of the Lodge of Perfection, there is one thing that we, as Masons, have been taught since we were first received on the point...we are far from perfect. That admission on our part, of course, represents the start of our Masonic journey both in the Blue Lodges and in the Scottish Rite. Once we have crossed that threshold, both symbolically and physically, there is no turning back. As Masons, we are committed to telling the truth, no matter how painful it may seem at the time, and to treating all as brothers, even those who are not. This all derives from that lesson of charity that we learned early on, because there is literally no limit to the definition of charity. For us in the Valley of Dallas, we are constantly reminded of that lesson by virtue of the fine hospital that we support. While charity begins at home, it must not stay there, or else it simply withers. I am not suggesting that we should, as a Body, diminish in any way our support for the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital. Not at all. What I am suggesting is that we, as individual Masons who are committed to our Fraternity, seek out opportunities to express our charity openly as Masons. This can be as simple as regularly wearing a golf shirt with the Scottish Rite eagle on it or a ring inherited from a parent or grandparent. In the modern day, it is not enough to have a bumper sticker that says "2B1 Ask 1". Seek out those among your acquaintance whom you know will be a credit to Masonry and who can benefit from it and ask them if they ever thought about it. This is not "recruiting" in the strict sense, but it is a way of leading a person to discern his latent interest in Masonry. By awakening the desire to become a Mason, you are helping your friend as well as the Fraternity, and in so doing helping our world to become a bit more perfect than it was. Dallas Knights of St. Andrew: Your Knights have been very busy this year participating in all Reunions, at each Stated Meeting and assisting several lodge officer installations. The KOSA is working hard preparing to host the first Orient of Texas gathering of Knights to be held here at the Valley of Dallas on November 10, This event will be an opportunity for all Texas Chapters to learn and share ideas with one another and continue to improve our Order. The Knights are also preparing for the Annual Robert Burns Dinner and celebration that will be held next year on January 18, PUT THIS ON YOUR CALENDAR NOW! Tickets will be on sale soon. We are looking for sponsors to host a table or furnish a donation of some item that can be auctioned off in our silent auction. (Contact Dan Hill or Gary Rock) AND NOW FOR THE REALLY BIG NEWS!!! The Knights have put together a raffle and the package is FANTASTIC AND UNBELIEVABLE. It is a 7 day/6 night stay at Nuevo Vallarta (10 minutes from Puerto Vallarta) in a 2 bedroom suite, 16 rounds of golf, and a $1000 American Airlines gift card. Tickets will be on sale beginning at the September stated meeting for only $10 each. The resort can be viewed at: Do not miss this opportunity for the trip of a lifetime. Drawing will be at the Burns Dinner on January 18, 2013 (you do not have to be present to win). All proceeds from this raffle will benefit your Texas Scottish Rite Children s Hospital and your Scottish Rite Library & Museum Foundation. ( see page 22 ) 9

10 Reunion No. 391 Honoring Brother Joe Bailey Motley, 33 o IGH David Arehart Christopher Arinder Lanny Arinder Neal Baker Raymond Beard Jerry Brannon Danny Cain Gregory Chesley Billy Cornett William Dean, Jr. William Dean, III Joshua Deaton Washington DeMello Thomas Donnelly Dan Fleishman Chad Fogg Jack Gillis Derek Hofferber Grant James Steven Kovalck 10

11 Bro. Joe Bailey Motley, 33 0 IGH In 1941, Joe joined Garland Lodge #441 where he served as Worshipful Master in 1952, and Treasurer for over 20 years in addition to other positions. Joe was a Charter Member of Duck Creek Lodge No which he helped organize. He was also a member of the York Rite Bodies and St. Mark s Conclave of the Red Cross of Constantine. Joe received the Rank and Decoration of Knight Commander Court of Honour in 1957 and Coroneted a 33rd Degree Inspector General Honorary in Bro. Motley served his Valley as Chairman of the Membership Committee, Member of Finance and Audit Committees and was Degree Master of the 9th Degree. Loren Koziol David Mims Jackie Patterson, Jr. David Pearce Tyler Rowe Ellis Shwarts Micah Spencer Kelvin Teeka-Singh Danny Thomas Scott Wagoner (L to R) SGIG Douglas Adkins, Tina Verble, Alexi Grant, Ethan Grant, Mrs Joe B. (Dorothy) Motley, Molly Grant, Mark Grant, Chairman Buck Howard, Diane Sandifer, Treasurer Larry Winkle and Jimmy Sandifer 11

12 Check in Committee Donnie Givens and C.W. Hawkins SGIG Douglas Adkins speaking to the Joe Bailey Motley, 33 0 IGH Reunion Class No. 391 Jeff Haven and Burrel Poston (front) KOSA Garth James (back) KOSA Patrick Travers William Dean III, William Dean Jr., and Gregory Chesley Larry Christensen and Bruce Neustadt 12

13 (L to R) Glen Day, Gene Terrell, Frank McMullen and Kerry Davis (Back to Front) Bill Rice, Sr., and Robert Smith (Front L to R) Asst. Wardrobe Chairman, Jim Stallings, Mike Hall and Kerry Davis (Back L to R) Wardrobe Chairman, Roger Carney, John Shannon and Billy Ray Dickey 14 th Degree Junior Warden Jim Drennan 18 th Degree Assistant Expert Bob Umphress (L to R) 18 th Degree Master of Ceremonies Charles Taylor, Tiler Chad Fogg and Guardian of the Temple Richard Schlaudroff 13

14 14 th Degree Sr. Warden Michael Lewis (L to R) 4 th Degree Orator Ralph Choate, Degree Master Larry FitzPatrick and Secretary Brian Lee Junior Warden Richard Johnson exemplifying the Rose Croix Funeral Ceremony 14 th Degree Venerable Master Richard Linden (L to R) KOSA Bob Kalian, Brian Cook, Brian Brown and Patrick Travers (L to R) Chris Wheeler and Stage Crew Chairman James Murray (back) Derek Gracy 14

15 18 th Degree Orator Brad Billings and Degree Master Harold Brown Jr. KOSA Steve Olbrish 14 th Degree Master Bob Moore (L to R) 14 th Degree Norm Stuart and David Arehart 18 th Degree Expert Eric Horton Joe Bailey Motley 33 0 IGH Memorial Reunion Class

16 Chef's Committee Turns 36 By Steve Brazeal, 33 IGH I thought that while I still had a bit of memory left, I would relate a little of the history of the Chef's Committee, so that we might remember those who have for years given their time to make the Reunions and Stated Meetings a little more enjoyable. In doing this, I hope to recognize those who have given of their time and talent to the Fraternity on the Chef's Committee, while not forgetting the hard work that so many other committees perform at the greatest Scottish Rite Valley in Texas! The committee began in 1976 through the direction of Roy Richard Ricky Dixon, 32 KCCH, who assembled 15 other able-bodied souls to start preparing food for the Reunions. I wasn t around back then, but one very dedicated individual, Brother Eddy Erickson, 33 IGH, started with Ricky, and has many stories to tell about the early days of the Chef's Committee. Of course, back then many of the Reunion classes had well over a hundred candidates, and with the addition of the many workers who put on the Reunions, the task of feeding all those Brothers was monumental. I can tell you it took a team effort to prepare all of that food. Brother Dixon passed away in 1984, and for a short stint Brother Richard Farr, 33 IGH, took the helm. A grand ol gentleman by the name of T.R. Malin, 32 KCCH, took over as chairman in T.R., as many of you might know, was a tireless worker and one of the most kind-hearted men I ve ever known. He utilized his cooking skills beyond the Scottish Rite, and was instrumental in forming a group out at Hella Shrine called the 101 s, where he worked in the kitchen for many, many years serving the Brothers. T.R. continued to assist at the Shrine well into his 90 s. In 1990, Brother Larry Winkle, 33 IGH, took over as chairman of the committee. Larry s love for the Scottish Rite and cooking made him a natural for the position. To this day, you ll see Brother Winkle at every Reunion. He still arrives at the kitchen at 4:00 a.m. with his apron on and always a smile, ready to work. He is also currently Treasurer of the Dallas Scottish Rite Bodies, and 1978 Ken Ayers Bill Cadwalder Fox Cashell Ricky Dixon Charles Doty Bill Douglas Charles Hanes John Hardy Phil Hansford Harry Jacobsen Homer King Frank Laning T.D. Mckinney Clayton Murphy Carl Priddy Wison Reid Paul Adley T.R. Malin Bob Massey L.A. McNulty Bill Westmoreland 1980 Howard Sinclair 1981 Charles Cain Darryle Conine Eddy Erickson Don Freeman David Grubbs James Rhome David Rogers Wesley Smith HISTORY OF CHEF'S COMMITTEE 1983 John Boidy D. Briggs Bill Coatney Harry Cox Larry Fry Alan Lathrom Ted Lyman Boyd Mathes Charles Middleton Raymond Nix Jim Payne Bill Perkins John Preas G.A. Rempher Joe Smallwood Donald Weeks 1984 Richard Farr Stephen Karalis Larry Winkle 1985 Angelo Chiusano Graham Malin Willis Perkins Bruce Richards Bob Sparks Charles Smith 1987 Randy Franek Jim Nottingham 1988 Charles Anderson Alston Cox Chef's Committee works at making the Scottish Rite a stronghold in Texas Masonry. In 1996, undoubtedly the kindest man I ve ever met, Brother Clem Kathman, 33 IGH, took over as chairman of the committee. A little story about Brother Clem is that he was in the Bataan Death March during WWII. I can t even imagine what he went through during that experience, but he never spoke of it. His gentle nature spoke volumes about his character. Brother Clem just recently passed away, but his spirit will ever remain a part of the Dallas Scottish Rite. In 2003 the kitchen was taken over by a paid employee but that lasted only a couple of years. The Chef's Committee took back the cooking duties in 2005, and Brother Ed Kirkpatrick, 33 IGH, became the unofficial chairman of the Committee. Ed was officially named chairman in 2009 and currently holds that position. Brother Ed, as you may know, was General Secretary for the Dallas Scottish Rite for a time and his tireless efforts to better the Craft are distinguished, to say the least. Finally I would like to recognize a few of our longtime committee members who have withstood the test of time. Brother Eddy Erickson has been on the committee from day one, making him the elder of the group with 36 years of service. Brother Larry Winkle started in 1984 and now has 28 years of service. I began in 1991, putting me at 21 years of service. Records show that Brother Ed Kirkpatrick came on board in 1995, but I m pretty sure it was actually 1993, so he has 19 years of service. Brother Frank Todd, 33 IGH, (better known as Mr. Butter ) began in 1996, giving him 16 years of dedicated service. There are numerous others who have given their time and efforts and are listed below, along with the year when they came on board. If for some reason you were ever a part of the Chef's Committee and were not listed, please let me know. We tried to find all of the old records but they could very well be incomplete. Thanks to all those who served in the past and to those who still make it down to the Reunions at 4:00 a.m. See you in the food line! 1989 Roy Reed 1990 Dean Anderson Nicholas Butler Joel Denison Earl Huenergarth Raymond Hulse Clem Kathman Elmo Woods 1991 Steve Brazeal Alton Edwards Ernie Hale Charles Kirksey 1992 Ed Peters Jimmy Walden 1993 Barry Dyson Lonnie Welch 1995 Ed Kirkpatrick Robert Shaw Grady Smith Jerald Smith 1996 Jim Adcock Charles Cummings George Logan John Siotos Bob Stanley Frank Todd 1997 Ed Callaway Jim Walters 2000 Melton Aricheta Don Higgins Roger Nelson Robert Plunk Mike Wright 2001 Chester Harrison Bob King 2003 Doug Bankston Mitchell Duplechan Ken Flournoy Larry Christensen Jim Fulcher Bob Jensen Wendell Miller Steve Moore Mike Seabolt Tommy Thornton

17 Illustrious Jeff Haven received an" honorable mention" for this picture sent to Supreme Council for the photo contest. " THE A-TEAM " Congratulations to the Degree Team for a wonderful pose and thanks to Wardrobe for such colorful costumes that produced very well outfitted and dressed Scottish Rite Masons. Sincerely and Fraternally, Jeff Chef's Committee (Left to right) Steve Brazeal, Wendell Miller, Mike Seabolt, Chairman Ed Kirkpatrick, Tom Thornton, Eddy Erickson, Larry Winkle, Frank Todd, and Co-Chairman Larry Christensen sporting their new blue Chef Shirts. 17

18 Dallas Scottish Rite Donates Police Bicycles to Red Oak and McKinney RED OAK PD BIKE PRESENTATION The Valley of Dallas has furnished bicycles for several local area police departments. Once again, we have provided this service to a police departments newly formed bicycle patrol unit. The Red Oak Police Department has now formed a bicycle patrol unit with the help of Dallas Scottish Rite Masons. Two new police bikes, equipped for action, were purchased and provided to their newly formed unit. Bikes were ordered then outfitted in accordance with police patrol standards. Late last spring, these bikes were presented to the Red Oak Police department. The presentation was in front of the new City of Red Oak s Police Department; left to right are: Buck Howard, Sgt. Gary Dollar, Jerry Kirby, Lt. Boyd Brock, Chief Craig Roudolph, Billy Ray Dickey, Sgt. Richard Boone, Tommy Tomlinson, and Jerry McNair. All were present to make this presentation and launch the Red Oak PDs new safety initiative in their city. 18

19 MCKINNEY PD BIKE PRESENTATION The Dallas Scottish Rite once again answered the call from McKinney Police Department for additional bikes. Several years ago, the 1st bikes donated by the Valley of Dallas were presented to the MPD and we are pleased to be able to assist them with the addition of two more new police bicycles presented earlier this summer. These units will augment McKinney s existing patrol, and replace earlier units that have served their time. Dallas Scottish Rite continues to support the police departments in North Texas with our Police Patrol Bicycle Program. All bikes now furnished are street ready (see inset) and are ready for action. This presentation was made in the lobby of the McKinney Police Department s facility. Assisting in the presentation from left to right are: Sandy Moore, Sgt. Chad Barker, Patrolman Aaron Smith, Jerry McNair, and Chief Doug Kowalski 19

20 2012 Dallas Scottish Rite Library & Museum Scholarship Award Winners James Brown ( Henrietta HS ) Maximillian Castillo ( Woodrow Wilson HS ) Makinzie Emery ( Midlothian HS ) Mason Gartman ( Allen HS ) Paytyn Gillham ( Hubbard HS ) Congratulations Shelby Hayes ( Quitman HS ) Amber Kirkpatrick ( Wylie HS ) Michelle Lear ( Wichita Falls HS ) Joseph McAteer ( Midlothian HS ) Jacob McGuire ( Ennis HS ) Matthew McGuire ( Ennis HS ) Abigail Ortiz ( Rider HS ) Brian Richardson ( Union Grove HS ) Rebecca Roberts ( S&S Consolidated SD ) 20

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22 7 th Knox-Corinthian Charity Golf Tournament Monday, September 17, 2012 * TPC Craig Ranch - McKinney, Texas 12:00 Shotgun Start Four Man Teams Florida Scramble Platinum Sponsor $5,000 Eight playing spots (two teams), including dinner Recognition at club house entrance and cart area Dinner Sponsor $5,000 Four playing spots, including dinner Recognition in dining room Beverage Cart Sponsor $4,000 Four playing spots, including dinner Recognition on beverage carts Gold Sponsor $2,500 Four playing spots, including dinner Recognition on outside score board Lunch Sponsor $2,500 Two playing spots, including dinner Recognition on honor board BECOME A SPONSOR TODAY! BENEFICIARIES Silver Sponsor $1,000 Two playing spots, including dinner Recognition on honor board Driving Range Sponsor $1,000 Sign at area Putting Green Sponsor $1,000 Sign at area Bronze Sponsor $500 One playing spot, including dinner Recognition on honor board Green Sponsor $500 Sign on green Tee Sponsor $250 Sign on tee Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC) is one of the nation s leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopaedic conditions, certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. Admission is open to Texas children from birth to 18 years of age. Since 1921, the hospital has provided the highest quality care for more than 200,000 young patients. Patients receive care regardless of the family s ability to pay. TSRHC patient Rachel, age 10 of Plano The Dallas Scottish Rite Library and Museum stands as one of the outstanding buildings in the world devoted to the preservation of Scottish Rite Masonry, Masonic History and Literature with a Gothic alluring library in soft tones of brown and red. Built in 1907, by some of the most prominent leaders in Dallas, it remains a significant and nationally designated historical building and is a trophy of Dallas history and architecture. A piece of history to preserve. 22 For more information visit Contact us at: or contact the TSRHC Special Events department at (214) or (800) , ext

23 Sample of Badges that are Available Fill out Information and bring or send to: Dallas Scottish Rite, 500 S. Harwood St., Dallas TX

24 Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry 500 South Harwood Street Dallas, TX RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED Presort Standard Non-Profit U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 253 Dallas, Texas Dallas Scottish Rite Schedule of Events September Rite Care Biennial Conference September 17 - Stated Meeting ( Dinner ) 6:15 p.m. September 25 - Scottish Rite University Symposium 6:30 p.m. October 2 - Feast of Tishri October 6 - Fall Reunion Day 1 (all day) October 13 - Fall Reunion Day 2 (all day) October 15 - Stated Meeting ( Dinner ) 6:15 p.m. October 20 - Texas Masonic Family Picnic - Arlington October 23 - Scottish Rite University Symposium 6:30 p.m. October 27 - Fall Reunion Last Day (all day) November 10 - Orient KOSA / Order of Thistle / Clan Gathering November 19 - Stated meeting & Capping Ceremony (Dinner) 6:15 p.m. November 27 - Scottish Rite University Symposium 6:30 p.m. Valley Office Staff General Secretary Jerry R. McNair Vanessa Palmer x 100 Melissa Scott x 103 Jamie Marshall x 107 Miguel Granados x 106 Mike Kent x 118 Hours: 9-12, 1-5 Monday-Friday December Grand Communication - Waco December 17 - Stated Meeting ( Dinner ) 6:15 p.m. Scottish Rite University Symposium not held in December 2013 Schedule January 18, - Robert Burns Celebration January 21 - Stated Meeting ( Dinner ) 6:15 p.m. January 22 - Scottish Rite University Symposium 6:30 p.m. February 18 - Stated Meeting ( Dinner ) 6:15 p.m. February 26 - Scottish Rite University Symposium 6:30 p.m. March 9 - Spring Reunion Day 1 (all day) March 16 - Spring Reunion Day 2 (all day) March 18 - Stated Meeting ( Dinner ) 6:15 p.m. March 23 - Spring Reunion Last Day (all day) March 26 - Scottish Rite University Symposium 6:30 p.m.

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