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757-426-3520

P o t e n t a t e ’ s

Message

Donald E. Meyer

The year is nearly over Nobles, it is time to get ready for the Thanksgiving and the Christmas

Season. That means has your Unit/Club made all their preparations for; election of your 2012

Officers, have you sent out information inviting the Potentate and the Divan and their Ladies

on where your Christmas Parties and Installation of your 2012 Officers will be, with, date, time,

place, dress and cost in the notice?

Our Fall Ceremonial was a success; we created thirty two candidates, along with thirty in the Spring

Ceremonial equals sixty two. I want to thank everyone for your Recruiting efforts, now you first line signers,

are their Mentors, make sure they get what you said they would get. Make sure they get all the information

on how to join a Unit or Club, get them active, follow up to see if they are doing the right thing to get

active, find out if they have a problem that you may be able to assist them with.

We need to RE-FOCUS on our individual responsibilities as Shriners, are we doing all we can do to promote

Shrinedom, are we doing all we can do with in our Clubs and Units to maintain a positive attitude among

our selves. All of this has a bearing on how new and potential Shriners view us as Masons and as Shriners.

Lets all RE-FOCUS and RE-GROUP as individuals, and as a Unit and or Club. Remember we are KHEDIVE

SHRINE.

There will be By-law change put on the floor at the Khedive Shrine Business meeting November 19 th 2011.

The Oyster Bowl was a success and all I can say is, ”THANK YOU” to all those who were involved in some

manner. Every time you see Noble Terry Riley, give him a big thank you for all he did.

Thanks for all you have done this year for your Shrine and from me and my Lady Betty, we wish you and your

family a joyous and prosperous Holiday Season. Happy Turkey Day

and Merry Christmas to every one.

Yours in the Faith

Don Meyer

Potentate

Khedive Shrine


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R e c o r d e r ’ s

DESK

By

Charles E. Lee P.P.

This year is quickly coming to an end and it will

be time for the Christmas Parades and annual

Christmas parties and installations.

I hope the Officers of all the Units and Clubs have

accomplished all they had planned for the year of 2011. A

word for the incoming Captains, Directors and Presidents

as well as the Secretaries and Treasurers, you all have

a responsibility as a leader of your Club/Unit. If you

don’t know a requirement or have a question regarding

a Function or Temple Imperial By-Laws, please call the

Recorder’s Office. If we don’t know, I can always call the

appropriate person in Tampa and get you an anwer.

To all Unit/Club leaders, please send the Recorder a

copy of all new Officers for 2012 as soon as possible after

your Installation. I will mail or put in mail slots in Unit

rooms for each Unit/Club Captain/President a form called

“Reports of Shrine Clubs and Temple Units Financial

Statements”, better known as 990 forms. Please complete


Nobles, now is the time to start planning for

the Imperial Council/MASA/SASA/ Conventions.

Deadline for the Imperial Council is February 2012.

ASAP an mail it back to me with the supporting documentation

that is asked for on back of the form. The requiremnt

is mandatory. This is your input for the year 2011 taxes we

have each year with the IRS.

Noble, now is the time to start planning for the Imperial

Council/MASA/SASA/ Conventions. Deadline for the

Imperial council is February 2012. That means that 1st night

deposit has to be paid by then. However your room binder

fee (not refundable) has to be paid now to reserve a room

($20.00).

From all the personnel in the Recorder’s Office to all

Nobility of Khedive Temple, we wish each of you a Merry

Christmas and Happy New Year.

Don’t forget the Annual Bussines Meeting on January

8, 2012 at 9 AM.

Fraternally,

Charles E. Lee P.P.

Recorder

PROPOSED

BY-LAWS

CHANGES

ARTICLE II-SESSION

NOW STATES:

Section 1. Khedive Temple shall hold

at least four (4) stated sessions during

every calendar year. The four (4) stated

sessions shall be held as follows:

1) The third (3rd) Saturday in January,

starting at 9:30 AM.

1) The third (3rd) Wednesday in

May starting at 7:30 PM.

1) The third (3rd) Wednesday in

September, starting at 7:30 PM.

1) The third (3rd) Wednesday in

November, starting at 7:30 PM.

The January session shall be the annual

session for election of officers

Trustees and Representatives to the

Imperial Council.

ARTICLE II-SESSION

PROPOSED CHANGES:

Section 1. Khedive Temple shall hold

at least four (4) stated sessions during

every calendar year. The four (4) stated

sessions shall be held at the will and

call of the Potentate as follows: January,

May, September and November.

The January session shall be the annual

session for election of officers

Trustees and Representatives to the

Imperial Council.

Be There to Vote!

See Page 6


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THE ANNUAL SESSION

OF KHEDIVE TEMPLE A.A.O.N.M.S.

Will Be Held at The Temple, Greenbrier, Chesapeake, VA on

SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2012 9:30 A.M.

For the election of officers, Representatives to the imperial Council and members of the Board of Trustees, and for the transaction of

such other business as may properly come before the Temple.

BY-LAW-Article 325.11

(a) Electioneering. A candidate for an elected office in a Shrine temple may print, publish and circulate during the year he is seeking

the elected office, a resume consisting of his educational background, his vocational history, and his Masonic and Shrine record. Except

as provided in the prior sentence, the printing, publication, circulating or distribution of resolutions, letters, telegrams, tickets, email or

other devices, by a unit, club, Noble, or group of Nobles, suggesting, rec¬ommending, opposing, or containing the names of proposed

candidates for office in the temple is prohibited.

(b) Expenditures Prohibited. The expenditure of money for gifts, favors, or entertainment on behalf of a candidate for elected office is

prohibited.

(c) Violation. For any violation of (a) or (b), the Imperial Potentate may suspend any offending Noble, and he may declare the election

of the officers void and order a new election.

(d) Notice. At least one week prior to the annual meeting or any election, the temple Recorder shall mail to each member a notice

thereof containing this section.

2012 SHRINE CARD NECESSARY FOR ADMITTANCE

ATTEST: Charles E. Lee, P.P. Yours in The Faith

Recorder

Donald E. Meyer

WEAR YOUR FEZ Potentate

C h i e f

Rabban

By

Joeseph T. Register

NNobles and Ladies, Fall is upon us and we are

moving along very fast to a New Year. We have had

a very good year under Leadership of Ill. Sir Don

Meyer.

We have had an excellent Picnic in October with an

outstanding Oyster Bowl with ODU & JMU ODU won 23 to

20 over JMU.

Your Divan has been very active going to all Unit and Club

Fundraisers and visiting Clubs and Units.

Rounding this note with me looking forward to January 7

Annual Election of the new Officers for Temple for 2012.

Holly and I would like to extend to all “A Very Merry

Christmas and Happy New Year”.

Yours in the Faith,

Joe Register

Chief Rabban

Deadline

2/1/20122012

Take Part in OUR FUN

JOIN a UNIT

and/or CLUB


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2012

138 th Imperial Session

STAY UP TO

DATE AT:

Host

Charlotte, North Carolina

www.imperial2012.com

July 1-5, 2012

COME HOME TO CHARLOTTE

RESERVE YOUR ROOM AT 2012 IMPERIAL NOW

A $20.00 NONREFUNDABLE FEE

IS NEEDED TO RESERVE YOUR ROOM.

THIS FEE IS NOT DEDUCTED FROM YOUR TOTAL PACKAGE.

THIS $20.00 FEE IS GIVEN TO IMPERIAL.

NAME

MAIL CHECK TO THE RECORDER AT THE TEMPLE

645 WOODLAKE DRIVE, CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320

ADDRESS

CITY/STATE/ZIP

DAYTIME PHONE

UNIT OR CLUB


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A s s i s t a n t

Rabban

By

Richard Underdown

Hello Shrine Family, greetings from your Assistant

Rabban. How fast this year has gone. I want to

thank each of you that has put such great effort

into making Khedive have another great year.

Each of you that made the “100 Million Dollar Club” such

a success. What a nice way to help out the hospitals. As

Chairman I say “Thank You”.

Marsha and I wish to thank all of our great Shrine

firends for all of the prayers, cards, flowers and calls during

Marsha’s health problem. Also a Big Thanks to the

Chief Rabban Joe and his Lady Holly for bringing Rick

back to Virginia. Shriners are the greatest friends anyone

can have.

With the Holidays upon us, Marsha and I wish each of

you and your families the Best Holiday. We look forward

to being with many of you as we attend your Christmas

Parties and Installations.

Yours Always in the Faith,

Rick Underdown

Assistant Rabban

MEMBERS OF THE

100 Million Dollar Club

FOURTH QTR 2011

MEMBERS OF THE 100 MILLION

DOLLAR CLUB THIRD QTR 2011

Buddy & Dot Darden

Buddy & Pat Darden

Please Enroll Me as

a Member of the

$100 Million Dollar Club

PLEASE ENROLL ME AS A MEMBER OF THE

$100 MILLION DOLLAR CLUB

.__ I have previously made a Will leaving a Bequest

(of $100 or more) to the SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR

CHILDREN Endowment Fund.

__ I Have added a provision in my Will leaving a

Bequest (of $100 or more) to the SHRINERS

HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN Endowment Fund.

__ I prefer to make a cash donation at this time

(of $100 or more).

Make your check payable to:

SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN

Signed _____________________________________

Temple Member_____________________________

Address____________________________________

City________________________________________

State_________________ Zip__________________

Please have the membership certificate read:

___________________________________________

___________________________________________

Please return to: KHEDIVE SHRINE CENTER

645 Woodlake Drive

Chesapeake, VA 23320


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Nobles, Our Fall Ceremonial has just past. A tip of the fez to all who had

a part in it; more especially to the Nobles who were first line signers

on our petitions. I would like to give a special welcome to our new

Nobles! I am a firm believer in you get out of the Shrine what you put in to it!

Please visit our various Units and Clubs and become active. The following is a

list of our Fall Class of 2011:

Mark C. Ancheta Alton Lee C. Anders, Jr. Wilbert O. Austria

Michael R. Bailey Denis M. Barao Terry L. Bledsoe

Jeffrey W. Clark Maurice E. Clifton, III Joseph G. Daigle, Jr.

Patrick W. Dees Cacey E. DeFord Todd C. DeFord

Renato A. Felias Charles R. Forehand Rey Vincent G. Gutierrez

George M. Lingenfelter Merrill W. Lockfaw, Jr. John A. Lounsbury

Raymond A. McDaniel Seth L. Mesa Bradley D. Novinger

Jibril B. Rashad Edward M. Riley, Jr. Joey P. Santos

William S. Slocum Ernesto B. Soriano Nelson M. Thompson

Christopher T. Willis, III David C. Yeatts Brian Zimmerman

It is hard to believe that the year 2011 is coming to an end. Thanks to all who have helped this year on

Membership; our Lodge Ambassadors, Retention Committee and all of our First and Second Line Signers.

I would especially like to thank Illustrious Sir Don Meyer and his Lady Betty for the Leadership they gave us

during 2011. Lady Debbie and I would like to wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

As the Holiday season is right around the corner, from my family to yours, we wish you a Happy Holiday

season!

Yours In The Faith,

Randy Murphy

High Priest and Prophet

Membership Chairman

Home: 757-410-8392

Cell: 757-438-4746

Email: randymurphy@cox.net

H i g h P r i e s t & P r o p h e t

Membership chairman

By

Randy Murphy

“I would like to give a special

welcome to our new Nobles!”


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District 11

Botetourt #7

Oriental #20

Donavan #75

Urbanna #83

Arlington #102

West Point #238

Achilles #281

District 12

Temperanceville #121

Accomack #243

Central #300

District 13

Broadwater #71

Capeville #107

District 14A

St. Tammany #5

Poquoson #49

Monitor #197

Army & Navy #306

District 14B

Bremond #241

McManon #303

Warwick #336

Transportation #337

District 31

Smithfield Union #18

Jefferson #65

Purdie #170

Virginia #177

Ivor #291

District 32

Courtland #85

Franklin #151

Wakefield #198

Boykins #287

District 33

Suffolk #30

Nansemond #77

McAllister #185

Noble Woody James

Noble Jack Ryals

Noble Jon Beck

Noble Eddie Thornton

Noble Alex Coleman

Noble John Vincent

Noble G. Gilbert Gregory

Noble G. Gilbert Gregory

Ill Sir George Eason

Noble William Emerick

Noble William Hammet

Noble William F. Smith

Noble Jesse Norman

Noble John Howe

Noble Lester Dale Shenk

Noble Kevin Dawkins

Noble Dewey Edwards

Noble Pete Ficare

Noble Hugh Byrd

Noble Don Roberts

District 34

Seaboard #56

Portsmouth #100

Washington Lafayette #176

Western Branch #189

Tidal Wave #273

Churchland #276

District 35A

Norfolk #1

Atlantic #2

Elizabeth #34

Naomi #87

Ruth #89

Owens #164

District 35B

Norview #113

Charles T. Morton #232

Corinthian #266

Ocean View #335

Victory Daylight #778

District 36

Doric #44

Berkley #167

Lake Drummond #178

Indian River #252

Great Bridge #257

South Norfolk #339

District 56

Princess Anne #25

Kempsville #196

Bayside #218

Lynnhaven #220

Virginia Beach #274

Willis V. Fentress #296

District 57

Williamsburg #6

Mann Page #157

Yorktown #205

Chickahomany #286

Noble Ray Soltis

Noble Ronnie Shank

Noble Scott Benton

Noble Hugh Spivey

Noble Mike Coffman

Noble Woody Brown

Noble Wayne Golden

Delbert Harris

Noble Edward Usita

Noble Robert McBride

Noble Nick Castillo

Noble Rob Kaylor

Noble Stormy Thorsen

Noble Alex Martin

Noble Carlton Gill

Noble Felix Isip

Noble Jerry Hadock

Noble Joe Ramsey

Noble Rick Smith

Ill Sir Charles Fraley

Noble Bill Irvin

Noble Ralph Johnson

Noble Lank Malbone

Noble Bob Metz

Noble Roger Cort

Noble Ed Meise

Noble Chad White

Noble Russ Bradshaw

Noble Gerald Frey

Noble Don Moyer

If you do not see a name listed beside your Lodge, and you would

like to be an Ambassador, please contact High Priest & Prophet Randy Murphy.


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by

Wayne Kelly

U n i f o r m e d

U n i t s

D i r e c t o r

Hello Nobles, Well the Shrine year is almost over.

I know that I’ve had a great time, and I trust you

have as well. I thank you very much for all of your support

at all of the parades, the Units’ Ball Fundraiser

and the Uniformed Units Ball.

There are only a few Temple parades left and they

are listed elsewhere in this issue of “Hi-Noble” (calendar).

I look forward to seeing you there.

Nobles ~ I truly feel that serving as your Director of

Uniformed Units has been the best position that I have

had at Khedive Temple. It’s one of the few positions

that encourage the Director to greet all and meet most

all of the Unit members. I, for one, have had a great

time getting around to all the Units. Also, one last time

I’d like to thank Ill. Sir Don for appointing me to this

position.

With the upcoming holidays we all have much to

be thankful for. In the spirit of the holidays my Lady,

Cheryl, and I would like to extend our best wishes to

you and yours…

“Isn’t it great to be a Khedive Shriner?”

See ya on the street!

Wayne Kelly

Director of Uniformed Units

SASA Pigeon Forge, TN

It’s almost time to put 2011 in the history

books. It has been a very good year so

far and a lot of fun was had by all who

participated in our temple events. Also, it

was great to be back in Foreman field with

the Oyster Bowl. If you missed it you missed

a great time.

I always said “it never rains on Shriners

and (except for a few rain events) it was a

pretty good year. I would like to thank the

nobility for their support this year, my first

on the Divan, and I am looking forward to

the New Year.

I want to give special thanks to all the

clubs, units, and Nobles that stepped up

and signed on as HI Noble boosters. It was

a great help to your Shrine Center. Please

continue for the ensuing year.

Soon we will be in the installation and

Christmas party mode. I hope to make it

to as many installations when possible, but

due to the large number of units and clubs

the Divan has to cover, that will not be possible.

So if I cannot make it to your party,

Virginia and I wish all a Happy Thanksgiving,

Merry Christmas and a safe and Joyous New

Year.

Yours in the faith,

Ray Teller

Oriental Guide 2011

O r i e n t a l

guide

By

Raymond Teller

September 21-24, 2011


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S c o o t e r P a t r o l

by

Chito Isip, Secretary

It’s hard to believe that we are well into autumn.

Nevertheless, there are many events for us

before the year is over. Meanwhile, we are busy

exploring final preparations for our Christmas

Party and Installation to be held at the Khedive

Temple on December 10th. Please come out to join

us.

The unit is definitely on the rise and continues

to bring in new members. We recently welcomed

two nobles, Rey Corsino & Freudian Fernandez.

Moreover, we had eight candidates that joined the

Fall Ceremonial. We are very excited to welcome

all of them to join Scooter Patrol Unit next month.

Last summer, the Unit joined the Cape Charles

Forge, TN to attend the SASA Convention. One

more reason to smile for Scooter during the SASA,

the Unit bagged the 2nd place trophy in the Motor

Unit-Mini Scooter category.

To further our commitment to Khedive, the

Unit also joined the Suffolk Peanut Festival, the

Grand Lodge Masonic Family Day, and the ODU

Homecoming Parade. As we continue to grow

each year, so does Scooter Patrol presence in many

125th Birthday Parade, including the Chesapeake

Shrine Crab Festival. As Shriners, we look beyond

ourselves to serve the needs of others. Not only

are we committed to helping children with special

needs, we also believe in making a big difference

in the community in which we live. On August 19,

2011, several members with their ladies participated

in the Mission of Mercy Fundraising to help the

typhoon victims in the Philippines. Last September,

along with other Units & Clubs, sixteen Scooter

members participated in the MASA parade at the

oceanfront. In less than two weeks after the MASA,

fifteen members and ladies journeyed to Pigeon

Khedive functions. Thirty-seven members with

their charming ladies packed the ballroom during

the Uniformed Units Ball last Oct 21st.

Come visit us and see what an evolving,

dynamic Shrine unit can be like. Our regular meetings

are the 2nd Monday each month, 7PM at the

Khedive Center’s designated meeting room.


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O y s t e r B o w l

REPORT

By

Chairman Terry Riley

The 62nd Annual Khedive Shrine Oyster Bowl

will go down as the Game of the Year, for Old

Dominion University playing host to James

Madison University. For those of you who

were there, you saw one exciting game. Foreman

Field was packed with screaming fans and I can’t

tell you how many people came up to me and told

me how excited they were that the Oyster Bowl

had finally came back to Foreman Field where it

belongs.

Game Day!!! October 29….Game Time

12:00PM….. A certain pride falls on you as you

stand on the field with the Shrine Color Guard presenting

our Nations Colors, while 20,000 in attendance

fans scream with enthusiasm. The National

Anthem is playing and you can’t help but feel all is

well. I knew then that all the hard work put into

this game was well worth it. I’d like to thank the

Potentate for allowing me to be this year’s Oyster

Bowl Chairman and with the Nobility help next year

we can make this game even bigger for the Shrine

and the Shriner’s Hospital for Children.

ODU Athletic Director Dr. Wood Selig &

Terry Riley Oyster Bowl Chairman. Dr.

Wood receives a plaque from Terry.

In closing, I’d like to send out a special thanks

to all the Nobles and their ladies who came out and

supported this year’s Oyster Bowl game through

tailgating, VIP ticket sales, selling programs, donations,

sponsors and of course braving the weather

and attending. With all the changes at the last

minute due to weather, the Khedive Nobles really

rallied together and made it happen.

Thanks You and May God Bless you and your

Family.

It’s Back!

February 26, 2012

2nd Annual Chili Cook Off

12:30 till the end of the Daytona 500

Check your unit and club mail boxes

for more details.


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Oyster Bowl Football Game - October 29, 2011


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KHEDIVE

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION REPORT BY CLIFF ATKINSON, DIRECTOR

Nobles, thank you for your assistance in making

our Screening Clinic a success. While we

only had 6 clinic applicants, all were accepted

by our hospitals. We also picked up 6 additional

patients from just before to several weeks after the

clinic. You did a great job in getting the word out.

The operation of the clinic itself went very smoothly.

When the mother of our first clinic patient

started filling out the hospital application form, our

volunteer mother, on noticing the child’s problem,

stated that her child had the same problem. It was

the first time the clinic patient’s mother had heard

someone else say their child had the same problem.

The two mothers talked for over an hour. When a

clinic patient’s mother expressed reservations about

being able to afford the trips to the hospital, our

nurse mother explained how the transportation system

works and set her at ease. No one can tell our

story better than our patients and their parents.

We tentatively have two clinics scheduled for

next year. The first will be Saturday, 12 May, on the

Peninsula. The second clinic is scheduled for Saturday,

6 October, on the Eastern Shore. Nobles, if you

know of a place that we could hold the clinic, please

call Nancy or myself at 420-4510.

Isn’t it great to be a “Khedive” Shriner!

TRIP REPORT BY NANCY LANE, TRAVEL COORDINATOR

MONTH VAN SELF DRIVE AIRWING COMMERICIAL TOTALS/MONTH

TRIPS/PTS TRIPS/PTS TRIPS/PTS TRIPS/PTS TRIPS/PT

JANUARY 12 12 3 3 1 1 2 2 18 18

FEBRUARY 5 6 4 4 0 0 4 4 13 14

MARCH 10 11 4 4 2 2 1 1 15 16

APRIL 9 11 4 4 0 0 0 0 13 15

MAY 7 7 0 0 2 2 0 0 8 8

JUNE 9 9 2 2 1 1 1 1 13 13

JULY 6 6 6 6 2 2 0 0 14 14

AUGUST 8 8 9 9 0 0 1 1 18 18

SEPTEMBER 7 7 4 4 1 1 1 1 13 13

OCTOBER 9 9 3 3 0 0 0 0 12 12

YTD 82 86 39 39 7 7 10 10 138 142


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Khedive Yacht Club launches

major membership drive!

The Khedive Yacht Club has announced the advent

of its most ambitious drive to attract new members,

it was announced today by Commodore Bill

Kennedy.

Created in 1974 as a safe harbor for hardworking

Shriners and their families, the Khedive Yacht Club

has grown into a major organization that includes ten

stated meetings a year [which include various nautical

training presentations], eight to nine major cruises

throughout the Mid Atlantic area, fund raisers for our

transportation fund and participation in many of our

Temple’s parades. “We have fantastic camaraderie

and fully support not only the major Temple activities,

but many other club and unit events. Also, we

publish a monthly Newsletter that helps to provide

communications with those members who are not

able to attend due to health or who now live out side

our geographic area, as well as many widows of former

members,” he said.

2011 has been a banner year for the Khedive

Yacht Club as we have won multiple awards including:

the Mid Atlantic Association of Shrine Yacht Clubs

Trophy, The Evans Cup (the Mid Atlantic Yacht Clubs’

most prestigious trophy) and the MASA Parade Trophy

for the most outstanding Yacht Club Marching

Club/Unit.

“While we welcome prospective members who

are already boaters, we want all Shriners to know that

we are first and fore-most brothers to all and that as

we all live in the most beautiful maritime area in the

world, we want to share our experiences with you,

share the wonderful times we have at dock parties

held in venues all over tidewater, and that if you have

never actuallyexperienced the “Salty Dogs” and

“Camel’s Milk” at our get togethers, you have not

yet truly become a sailor! Even though many [ if not

most] of you are already active members of other

Khedive units and/or clubs, we welcome you to become

a member of the Khedive Yacht Club.

“We know you will enjoy our activities, but more

importantly that you will share our brotherhood in

ways you may never have experienced before. Few

experiences will ever move you to believe in the

great architect more than to see the stars and waves

in perfect harmony at night fall, to hear the gentle

sound of waves lapping against the dock and boats,

to stand with your brothers quietly and know that He

is also there. It will forever be stamped in your mind

and heart. Also, know that this is a family club with

our wives and children sharing all our experiences at

sea and on land.

“To Join The Khedive Yacht Club, please call our

Secretary Ray Clyburn at (757) 567-3590 for details

and applications.

“We look forward to “Welcoming you aboard”!

R o a d r u n n e r s

by

Hello again Nobles. I welcome all new Nobles who

were in our previous two classes. I hope by now you

have settled down and making your decisions to join this

wonderful club.

Our purpose is to provide Khedive Temple with

qualified volunteers for the express purpose of providing

transportation of our patients and their family’s to the

Shrine hospitals in a safe and professional manner.

Most of our trips are one day, two days and in some

instances three days. We travel to Shrine hospitals in

Greenville SC, Philadelphia PA, Cincinatti Ohio and Boston.

Generally we pick the family’s up at a designated

place, spend the night in a nice hotel, carry them to their

appointments, then return home that day.

Ed McAlpine/President

All this is very rewarding to say the least. After your

first trip you will be begging for more. You will meet

some wonderful people that will touch your life forever.

Nobles this is what Shrindom is all about.. The Children

and our Hospitals.

Remeber you to can be a member of Khedive Roadrunners.

Just see Ms. Nancy in the office or ask one of

our members. I promise you will be glad you did.

Come visit us at our next meeting to be held at the

Temple November 26th at 9:30 am. No big cost nothing

to learn.

Thanks for those that serve. Be kind to one another.

Big Ed


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December 2011

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

Christmas Parties:

Ocean View SC

Directors Staff

2

Christmas Parties:

Virginia Beach SC

3

Gloucester

Christmas Parade

Christmas Parties:

Ritualistic Divan

Drum & Bugle

Color Guard

Chanters

4

Corvette

Christmas Party

5 6

Motor Patrol

Christmas Party

7

Williamsburg SC

Christmas Party

8

STAG PARTY

5-7 PM

9

Christmas Parties:

Camaros

Edenton

Christmas Parade

Christmas Parties:

Tidewater SC

Scooters

Horse Patrol

Fire Brigade, LOH

11

CHILDREN’S

CHRISTMAS

PARTY

Cabiri Christmas

12

Christmas Parties:

Peninsula SC

Franklin SC

13

Yacht Club

Christmas Party

14 15 16

Swashbucklers

Christmas Party

17

Christmas Parties:

Provost

Clowns, Autos

Hillbillies, Band

Desert Patrol

18 19

Christmas Parties:

Chesapeake SC

Arab Patrol

Portsmouth SC

20 21

Suffolk SC

Ladies Nite

22 23 24

CHRISTMAS EVE

25

CHRISTMAS DAY

26 27

Knights of Mecca

Christmas Party

28 29 30 31

NEW YEAR’S

EVE DANCE

January 2012

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1 2

Horse Patrol

Mini 18 Wheelers

Drum & Bugle

3

Color Guard

Motor Patrol

Band

4

Williamsburg SC

Airwing

Desert Patrol

5

Ocean View SC

Directors Staff

6

Installation Practice

7

BUSINESS

MEETING &

ELECTION OF

OFFICERS

8

DEVOTIONAL

BREAKFAST

ORIENTATION

& SERVICES

9

Autos

Arab Patrol

Drum & Bugle

Scooters, Chanters

Franklin SC

10

Fire Brigade

Band

Portsmouth SC

Yacht Club

Corvettes

11

Camaros

Provost Guard

12

Divan Meeting

& Retreat

5:30PM

13

Virginia Beach SC

UNITS & CLUBS

ORIENTATION

BREAKFAST

15 16

Chesapeake SC

Drum & Bugle

17

Clowns

Band

18

Ritualistic Divan

Swashbucklers

19

Tidewater SC

Directors Staff

20 21

87th East-West

Shrine Game

GRANDMASTER’S

VISIT DISTRICTS 35

& 56 AT KHEDIVE

22 23

Peninsula SC

Official Visit

RV Club

Eastern Shore SC

Drum & Bulge

24

Band

25

Suffolk SC

Official Visit

Legion of Honor

Hillbillies

26 27 28

SUDAN Potentate’s

Ball

29 30

Drum & Bulge

31

Band


February 2012

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

21

1

Williamsburg SC

Official Visit

Airwing

Desert Patrol

2

Ocean View SC

Official Visit

Directors Staff

3

Virginia Beach SC

Official Visit

4

5 6

Horse Patrol

Mini 18 Wheelers

Drum & Bugle

7

Color Guard

Motor Patrol

Band

8

Camaros

Provost Guard

9 10

Ritualistic Divan

Sweetheart Dance

11

Roadrunners 9:30am

Sudan Venison

Feast

12

Official Family

Meeting Prep for

Pote’s Ball

3PM

13

Franklin SC

Official Visit

Autos

Arab Patrol

Drum & Bugle

Scooters, Chanters

14

Portsmouth SC

Official Visit

Fire Brigade

Band

Yacht Club

Corvettes

15

Ritualistic Divan

Swashbucklers

16

Tidewater SC

Official Visit

Directors Staff

17

Four Temple’s

Meet

Beach Bum Brothers

18

Four Temple’s

Meet

19 20

Chesapeake SC

Official Visit

Drum & Bulge

21

Clowns

Band

22

Suffolk SC

Legion of Honor

Hillbillies

23

Temple Closed

Pote’s Ball

Preps

24

Temple Closed

Pote’s Ball

Preps

25

KHEDIVE

POTENTATE’S

BALL

26

OYSTER BOWL

ANNUAL CHILI

COOK OFF

27

Eastern Shore SC

Official Visit

Drum & Bulge

Peninsula SC

RV Club

Drum & Bugle

28

Motor Corps

Band

29

March 2012

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

1

Ocean View SC

Directors Staff

2 3

ADMIRALS NIGHT

AT SCOPE

4 5

Horse Patrol

Mini 18 Wheelers

Drum & Bugle

6

Color Guard

Motor Patrol

Band

7

Williamsburg SC

Airwing

Desert Patrol

8

CENTURY CLUB

STAG PARTY

9

Virginia Beach SC

10

ACCA’s Potes Ball

11

Daylight

Savings

Time

12

Autos

Arab Patrol

Drum & Bugle

Scooters, Chanters

Franklin SC

13

Fire Brigade

Band

Yacht Club

Corvettes

Portsmouth SC

14

Camaros

Provost Guard

15

Tidewater SC

Directors Staff

Cabiri

16 17

St. Patrick's Day

Parade

18

CORNED BEEF

& CABBAGE

DINNER 1-4PM

19

Chesapeake SC

Drum & Bulge

20

Clowns

Band

21

Ritualistic Divan

Swashbucklers

22

SASA Spring

Meeting

Greenwood SC

22-24

23

SASA Spring

Meeting

Greenwood SC

22-24

24

SASA Spring

Meeting

Greenwood SC

22-24

25

LOSNA

Installation

2PM

26

Drum & Bulge

Peninsula SC

RV Club

Drum & Bugle

Eastern Shore SC

27

Motor Corps

Band

28

Suffolk SC

Legion of Honor

Hillbillies Official

Visit

29

Knights of Mecca

30 31

Daffodil Parade

Chesapeake SC

Oyster Roast

KENA Pote’s Ball


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C h e s a p e a k e S h r i n e C l u b

by

Joe Ramsey Secretary/Treasurer

-Noble

Wow where did 2012 go? Congratulations

to Illustrious Sir Don Meyer, his Divan and

Committee Members for a great year. Okay

Noble Joe now it`s your turn. Let’s all give a “Shout

Out” to Terry Riley for all of his hard work and diligence

in bringing the Oyster Bowl back to Khedive Temple

and Hampton Roads after a sixteen year absence. Old

Dominion presented Khedive with a check in excess of

$10,000.00. Now that is something to talk about. If we all

work together next year can be even bigger and better.

The next “High Five” goes out to President Pat Wyllie,

his Officers and Board for the great year they put together

working in and around the Temple. Great job guys

you are the best.

Just a few Club highlights: August was our annual

Ladies Night Crab Feast and it was very well attended as

always. September was Past Potentates night and we saluted

our Temples’ previous leaders.

In October we had 1 st Vice Presidents night and Eric

Dell stepped up and ran things. Better get ready Eric

2012 is right around the corner.

The Clubs Christmas party will be December 19 th .

The cost is just a mere $35.00 a couple give me a call to

reserve a table.

I personally would like to thank everyone who

helped with the Seafood Feast. Mother Nature tried to

throw us a curve for the second time but we read the

pitch and still made some money for our Temple and

most of all for the kids. Then right behind that we had our

Family Picnic. Mother Nature finally decided we had been

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punished enough and gave us a beautiful day.

Special “thanks” Khedive to Temple Director Bill Hoggard`s Hillbillie

Band and Director 645 Woodlake Jeff Davis` Khedive Dr. band for agreeing

(after a little arm twisting) to play outside on the hill

which really Chesapeake, added to the VA picnic 23320 atmosphere.

Special thanks goes out also to Maureen Thornton

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for handling the face painting booth, Mary Ramsey, Dot

Gates and Connie McManus for working with the kids

painting pumpkins and Big Ed for cooking the marshmallows.

Jody Dudley was in charge of the child id program

and was able with his assistants to ID 20 children. I promise

next year we will have more signs showing the way

and Jody you will have your own tent to take care of business.

I realize we had a heck of a stretch of commitments

with MASA and SASA but everyone still came out and

jumped in and made it happen.

On a personal note I will be installed as Master

at Berkley Lodge on December 1 st I would like to invite

everyone out to share this very special moment with me.

That is about it for now. Remember your Lodge needs

Masons and your Temple needs Nobles. Chesapeake

Shrine Club 3 rd Monday of the month hors d`oeuvres are

at 6:00 and the dinner is at 7:00. Come on out we will

leave the light on for you.

C l o w n s

Yours in the Faith,

Joe Ramsey

by

Gary Tester

ello Nobles! Let me start off by saying... do not forget

Hthe “universally famous” Clown BBQ available for

purchase now....but some for the holidays, because you

know you are going to get sick of turkey and ham!

On a sadder note, the Khedive Clowns have lost a

very dear friend, C.D. Padrick. Many of the Clowns and

Nobles have known him for 30 years.He recently passed

at the age of 90 . Just last year C.D. and I paraded in the

Holland parade. C.D. and I were very close friends.

Always remember this, if anyone really knew what

being a true Mason was all about it was Worshipful

Charles Padrick. What a dear brother he was.

Well brothers, we are winding down for the year

but we still have more things to do: Parades, the Clown

Christmas party and installation of officers. Until then,

keep clowning.

Robo the hobo, Gary Tester


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62nd Annual Oyster Bowl

Contributors

Gold

Alfred Van Horne

B D Ashe

Bennie J. Etheridge

Billy House

Carter Major

Charles Schwender

Christopher Jaeger

Clif Smith P.P.

Clifford A. Parker

Daniel Dixon

David Monell

David Norton

Rodney Dick

Edgar F. Douglas

Francis Baer

Fred Rudiger

G.W. Screws Jr.

George Barco

George Rhudy

John B. Sterry

John Rayfield

John Shaw Jr.

Mary W. Litchfield

Mike Harrell

Miles E. Cochran Jr.

Raymond Cooley

Robert Cannon

Robert Olson

Robert Stallman

Steve Kinnaird P.P.

Steven G. Owen

Thomas Barnes Jr.

Travis Twiford

Wade Fitzgerald

Wayne G. Thomas

Thank

You!

Thanks to all the

Contributors

for the support

of the Oyster Bowl.


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62nd Annual Oyster Bowl

Contributors

Silver

Al Kennell

B.R. Doxey

B.R. Green

Bert Lowenthal

C.W. McCoy

Cary F. Milliner Jr.

Charles Evans

Claud Waring

Clifford Evans

Connie McManus

Daniel Rinick

David Cunningham

David R. Falkner

Dennis Harrison

Dorothy Ballew

Edward Dowell

Edwin Tisdale

Emilio Candelario Jr.

Fred Crawford

G.F. Black

G.M. Keen III

George Insley Jr.

George Main

Goody Glassman

Gordon Burton

Granger Edison Jr.

Harry Slaughter Sr

Harry Williams

Harvey Woodruff III

Henry A. Johnson

Hugh Winters

I Belkov

James Hosking

James Prevette

Jeffrey Tuell

Joe George

John Cake III

John Evans

John Glauner

John Hoffman

John Kellam

John Pierce

Joseph Kelly

Joseph Parrish

Keith E. Alberston

Kennedy & Kennedy

Larry Harvey

Larry Humphreys

Leonard Rueben

Lillian White

Michael Coffman

Michael Diaz

Nicholas Raffaele

Outten Douglas

Pablo Buraga

Paul Pennybacker

Phillip Fulcher Jr.

Ray Hall P.P.

Raymond McCoy Jr.

Richard Egnor

Richard Storey

Robert Thomas

Robert Conner

Robert G. Richards

Ronald C. Kilmon

Roy Myers

Lee Ryals Jr.

Stephen Wright

Taylor Philip Sr.

Thomas West Jr.

Warren H. Lawrence

Wayne Deford

Wendall White

Wilbert Furlough

William Burke

Woody Brown

FRANKLIN SHRINE CLUB

Meets 2nd Monday of Each Month

at Fred’s Restaurant

ALL NOBLES INVITED!

Scott Seddon - President

Randy Dean - Secretary/Treasurer


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62nd Annual Oyster Bowl

Contributors

VIP Tailgate

Barry Cannon

James Casper

John Macleod

Julia Foster

Martin Meyer

Paul Finch

Raymond Brewer

Alan Brown

Allen Pierce

Arthur Wahls

B. Clyde Dalton

Benedicto Mabalot

Billy Greene

C.B. Taylor

Calvin Fancher

Calvin Newby Jr.

Charles Nissen III

Charles Patnode

Charles W. Curtis

Charlie Downing

Charlie Johnson

Charlie Taylor Jr.

Clinton Turner

Connley Bass

Daryl Little

David Adams

David Chappell

Davidson Harold

Dennis Hylton

Donald Tilton

E.G. Leggett Jr.

Edward Riddick Sr.

Edward Solomon

Edward Williams

Elwood Paschal

Ervin H. Bill

Eudias Knight

Frank L. Robinson

Gary King

Gary Meyers

George Poston III

Gerald E. Monoham

Glenn Devol

Gordon Hunt

Harold Weatherholt

Henry Holt

Henry McCoy Jr.

Herbert Myers

Jack Kirtland

James Clark

James Owen

James Smith

James Taylor

James Victor

James W. Brimer

James W. Smith

Jerry Brittman

Joannou Johnny

John A. Martishius

John Corley

John Jernigan

Johnnie Chandler

Jon Jenkins

Kevin Insull

L. Welton Desheilds Jr.

Larry Zimmerman

Lawerence Pugh

Lee Baynor

Leon Wayne Wright

Linwood Nelms Jr.

M. Lima Jr.

Major Stephenson III

Manny Alip

Mary Smith

Michael Lombardo

P N Keeter

Pat Newbern

Patricio Natividad

Paul Beck

Philip Dalton

R W Bennett

R.W. Miles Sr.

Richard Bryant

Richard Shockley

Robert Davis

Robert Ellis

Robert Parker

Robert Stallman

Rodger Jones

Roger Hartman

Roy Crawford

Snow Jerry

Stephen Smith

Tom Carter

Warren H. Lawrence

Wayne Kennedy

William C. Boyce Sr.

William J. Hammett

William Peed

Woodrow Keating Jr.

$100.00

Bill Lauterbach

Charles E. Lee P.P.

David Dennis

Floyd M. Gilbert

Harry H. Lowery

Ill. Don Meyer

J. Edsal Chappell

James Stephenson

Jim Canterbury P.P.

Joe Register

Lank Malbone

Randy Murphy

Ray Teller

Richard A. McGuire

Richard Underdown

Richard Wright P.P.

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WM Jason Wilson


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R i t u a l i s t i c D i v a n

by

Steve Owen / Acting Secretary

GET YOUR DANCING SHOES ON! The KRD

Valentines Dance with the Coolin Out dance

band returns on February 10th. Be sure to

mark your calendar and cozy up to your favorite

Valentine for another enjoyable evening of dancing,

food, & fellowship. Tickets are available from Cecil

Doughtie at 439-3374 or Tidwtrpk@aol.com. Be sure

to order early as last year was a SELLOUT!

The KRD is alive and well after a long hot Summer.

Thanks to all who came out to the Rodeo and

soaked up suds at the beer tent. It sure was fun

being out there with all the folks, young and older,

having a good old fashioned “good time.” Not only

is the KRD doing well, were are growing! We would

like to welcome three new members to our unit:

Bobby Clark, Gary Nye, and Frank Craft, Jr. These

new KRD members have already stepped up to the

plate to participate, have been practicing hard, and

were well prepared for the Fall Ceremonial. Welcome

to the 32 new Nobles who were initiated in

what was hailed by many as another great performance

by the KRD!

We invite each of you, and all other Shriners, to

stop by and visit with us on our new meeting nights,

the third Wednesday of each month, at 6:30pm in

our unit room at the Shrine Center. Also, thank you

to all who came out to support us and the temple at

the Ceremonial. The kind words of encouragement,

the friendly faces of fellow Shriners, and knowing

that our efforts support our hospitals makes it

all worthwhile. It was indeed an entertaining and

meaningful day for all.

The ODU Homecoming parade was great fun

and judging from all the spectators snapping our

picture and waving at us, they liked our costumes

and pointy shoes! It was good to see such a large

turn out of Shriners at an event that garners us so

much exposure.

The KRD was out in force as well at the Oyster

Bowl. Despite less than optimum weather, we

enjoyed a terrific return to Foreman Field for what

turned out to be a spectacular victory for ODU. The

KRD offers up a heartfelt “Tip of the Fez” to Noble

Terry Riley, the Oyster Bowl Chairman, for a truly

magnificent event.

As the Holidays come upon us, we in the KRD

want to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving,

Christmas, and New Year! We look forward to

our annual Christmas Brunch at the clubhouse at

the VB National Golf Course on December 3rd at

10:00am. Any Noble interested in the KRD is cordially

invited to attend (if this won’t get you in the

Holiday spirit, nothing will). Please

RSVP to Steve Owen at 567-4355.

Es Selamu Aleikum!

Khedive Ritualistic Divan

18 th Annual

Sweetheart Dance

Music By

“Coolin’ Out”

Friday, February 10, 2012

Doors open at 7:00 pm

Heavy Hors d’oeuvres 7 – 8:00 pm

Dance 8 – midnight

$15.00 per person

Cash Bar Silent Auction Dress: Casual

Khedive Shrine Temple

645 Woodlake Drive, Chesapeake

Proceeds from this activity are not for the benefit of the Shrine Hospitals or transportation.

For tickets or information contact Cecil Doughtie 757-439-3374 or tidwtrpk@aol.com


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C o r v e t t e s

by

Larry Wells /Secretary

Nobles as you read this article the year is fast

approaching an end. Time really does fly

when you are having fun and what could be more

enjoyable than spending time with good friends

and helping our children?

We enjoyed working at the Seafood Feast even

with the bad weather it was a ball! Our thanks to

all the people that braved the rain to come out and

enjoy the feast with us.

As always we are spending a lot of time

working on our little cars to make sure they are in

the very best shape they can be with safety and

dependability the top priority. It’s not easy at times

but working together it makes for fun times.

We are still looking for new members and

have extra cars ready and waiting. If interested

please come on out to our next meeting and get

acquainted. Our meetings are help on the 2nd

Tuesday of each month starting at 7 PM. If interested

give me a call or e-mail me or any of the other

members, we are always eager to talk to anyone

interested in out unit!

Yours in the Faith

Larry Wells

Secretary Khedive Corvettes

757-277-3755

WLDWells49@aol.com

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K n i g h t s o f M e c c a

by

Ed McAlpine/President

The Knights of Mecca is an

elite group of Past Masters of

Khedive Temple. It is open to

all Shriners who have held the position

of Worshipful Master.

We hold our meetings once

a quarter, generally on the fifth

tuesday so as not to interfere

with other meetings. Our meetings

are held in a local restaurant

around town and our ladies are

encouraged to attend with us.

We meet, have a little social, have

dinner and have a brief, but informative

meeting.

Thanks to all that participated

in our paper drive held in

September. We raised about one

thousand dollars and was given to

our Potentate to be used for our

Transportation Fund.

Our Christmas party will be

held again at Elizabeth Manor

Golf and Country club in Portsmouth

on December 27th at 6

p.m. where installation of

officers for 2012 will take place.

Be sure to send your money to

our secretary Ed Meise (757 635-

2987) before the cut off date.

Hope to see uall there.

Thanks to all that serve. Be

kind to one another.

Big ED


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K h e d i v e S h r i n e B a n d

by John R. Peters/Band Historian

Our Band Director Jeff Davis continues to make

the band the best it can be. Several new players

have joined the band this year and play in

our Dance Band. The Khedive band is growing. We

still need a piano player and trombone players.

The Dance Band plays all types of music for any

occasion: Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Harry

James, Elvis Presley, Rock and much more. We encourage

Unit Heads to contact our Band Director

Jeff Davis at 831-1635, or by email at jeffscottdavis@

hotmail.com, if interested in booking our Dance

Band for any occasion or activity.

The band continues to invite local musicians to

play with us and they see how “great it is to be a

Shriner.” The Khedive Band will be playing at the

Khedive Temple quarterly meetings and Ceremonials.

The Band placed second best Brass Band in the

MASA Convention parade in Virginia Beach this year.

The band did not participate in SASA. The Band

plans to participate in most Khedive functions.

Our Concert Band rehearses on the 1st and 3rd

Tuesdays of each month from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. As

always, we encourage nobles to come out and play

with us. Our Dance Band rehearses on the 2nd and

4thTuesdays of each month.

If you play a musical instrument and enjoy having

fun making music, come to one of our rehearsals and

sit in with us. You may want to join us. If you haven’t

played your instrument in a while pick it up, dust it

off, and come join us on any Tuesday night at 7:00

pm in the Temple band room.

Why is Jeff Davis such good Band Director?

Read on;

Jeff Davis’ musical interest began when he

joined the Indian River 6th grade school band program

under the direction of Jim Page. Jeff played

in various bands during his school years, including

the Junior and Senior Regional concert bands, the

Chesapeake Jubilee Brass, Pit Orchestra, Marching

Band, Concert Band, and the Southern Nights Drum

and Bugle Corp. He also directed a Pep Band that

supported the Basketball team in his senior year.

Jeff graduated from Indian River High School in

1988. He joined the army shortly after graduation

as a trumpet player.

JEFF

Jeff met his lovely wife Joann in 1989. They

married in 1991. Jeff and Joann have 4 beautiful

children: Jennifer, Christopher, Megan and Emily.

Jeff played with the renowned Tidewater Winds

Concert Band as a student under the direction of

Sidney Berg 1989 and 1990. He played with the

ODU Jazz band under the direction of John Toomey.

He joined the Tidewater Concert Band in 1989 and is

currently lead trumpeter. Jeff joined the Hampton

Roads Metro Band in 1991 under the direction of

Larry Harrington as a lead trumpeter. In early 1999,

Jeff took a leave from making music on his trumpet

to finish his degree work in Computer Science. He

graduated from ECPI in April 2000 and then returned

to both the Metro and Tidewater bands.

In late 2002, Jeff joined the Top Hats Orchestra

(one of the top local swing bands) as 2nd trumpeter.

He joined the Wilson Chorale Pops Orchestra and

Johnston County Chorale Pops Orchestra in 2003.

He directed the Indian River High School 30th Anniversary

Marching Alumni Band in 2004. Jeff started

sitting in with Khedive Shrine band in 2005 and became

a Shriner in 2006. Jeff is a Master Mason in

Atlantic Lodge #2, Norfolk. In Dec 2006, he was

appointed Assistant Director of the Khedive Shrine

Band for 2007. He co-directed the Little Big Band

with Drake Akroyd (Saxophone player) during 2006.

For more fun, Jeff also plays in a Dixieland band.

He currently works as a Software Developer for Advanced

Health Media in Chesapeake, VA developing

web applications that support the pharmaceutical industry.

Thank you, Jeff, for your musical dedication.

Jeff Davis is also an associate member of Khedive

Legion Of Honor.


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In Memoriam

The deepest sympathy of the

Illustrious Potentate, Divan and

Nobles of the Khedive Shrine is

extended to the family and friends.

These We Do Not Forget

Durwood A. Lane

Fredric B. Glisson

Walter L. Hopkins

George R. Hale

Billy D. Greene

George C. Oliver

M.M. Gregory

Bervel T. Bateman

William S. Freeman

John E. Fletcher

Gordon L. Sanders

Thomas P. Ashby

Charles D. Padrick

Ernest T. Patton

Edward M. Cook

Clarence Stevens

08/20/2011

08/22/2011

08/26/2011

09/01/2011

09/06/2011

09/16/2011

09/16/2011

09/17/2011

09/17/2011

09/21/2011

09/23/2011

09/25/2011

10/14/2011

10/16/2011

10/18/2011

10/21/2011


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S w a s h b u c k l e r s

The Khedive Swashbucklers now has a total of 26 Nobles

as crew members and the applications are still

coming in. We recently had a Swashbucklers Shipwreck

get-together with our ladies and there was more

food than we could eat, fun was had by all. Our ladies

are definitely stepping up to the plate with us, as we

are gearing up with pirate costumes, so are they. In the

Swashbucklers, we strongly encourage our ladies to join

in on the fun, so at upcoming events, don’t

be surprised if you see some pirate ladies in

the crowd. A contingent of Swashbucklers

was recently seen in attendance the Uniform

Units Ball and Fall Ceremonial, they had a lot

of fun wearing our pirate costumes (dress

uniforms) at the events. We are still working

on developing some fund raising strategies

for the upcoming year and hope to get

support in our efforts. If you are having a

fund raising event, please drop a flyer in our

mailbox at the Temple or send our Scribe Phil

Cromartie the information about it and we

will make every effort to support it.

A very special Swashbuckler thanks goes

out to Noble Jody Dudley of the Roadrunners,

he donated a trailer to our unit so that we could

begin construction on our parade float. Hopefully we

will get it completed for the parades in 2012. The Swashbucklers

would also like to thank the Desert Patrol and

Corvettes for allowing us to jump in with them on their

Fall Ceremonial Hospitality Room, hopefully we added a

little spirit to the fellowship. When Shriners and Shrine

Units work together on a common cause, everyone benefits

from the effort.

by

David Boyd/President

At the July meeting of the Units & Clubs Association,

the Swashbucklers put out a challenge to all Units and

Clubs to match our donation of $225.00 to the Khedive

Temple Building Fund for the purpose of replacing the deteriorating

picnic tables at the Temple. It is still not too

late to meet that challenge! The picnic tables are an essential

part of the entertainment furnishings at the Temple,

giving us one of the best picnic areas in Chesapeake for

your unit’s get together, fund raiser and even

Temple rentals. Each table is hand built by

Shriners, made to last and custom fit to the

picnic area at Khedive Temple. If you make

your donations now, we can get these tables

put together before the next fund raising

event. Also, if your unit uses the picnic area,

please do not use staples on the tables!

If you are looking for something new at

Khedive Shrine and would like to take an active

role, have fun doing it, please consider

applying for membership to the Khedive

Swashbucklers. We can be found on the

Khedive Website, also on Facebook under

Swashbucklers2011. You can obtain applications

from the officers of the Swashbucklers.

We meet at 7:00 PM on the third (3rd) Wednesday each

month. We are currently meeting at Norton’s Sandblasting

Equipment, 1006 Executive Blvd., Chesapeake, VA

23320.

Feel free to contact any of the Swashbucklers Officers

if you have any questions or are interested in membership.

The thought for the day is: “If you’re not having fun

and you’re not helping the kids, you’re not doing something

right”.

K h e d i v e A u t o s

by Robert Horton/Captain

Nobles, It’s hard to believe that 2011 is almost over,

and that in a few days it will be Thanksgiving, but

before this year ends we still have a parade or

two including the Urbanna Festival “Love Them Oysters”.

In the month of December we hold our annual Christmas

party and installation of Officers and with that the end of

my term as Captain of the Autos.

There are so many I wish to thank who has helped

me along this journey the last six years. Starting with

Rodeo parking and ending with the Seafood Feast there

were so many who helped including our ladies with the

annual Car & Craft shows.

Without everyone’s help none of this would have

been possible. In closing I wish safe and happy holiday

to each of you and a prayer for those who have lost love

ones this year including our own Pat Patton whom we

lost in October.

Any Noble wishing to join a Unit or would like to visit,

we meet the 2nd Monday of the month in the Autos,

Provost, Directors Staff, Chesapeake Shrine Club room.

Social 6:00 meeting 7:00 pm. Come on out and join us.


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B e a c h B u m B r o t h e r s

by

T

he Beach Bum Brothers continue to ride in

parades throughout the area and to interact

with the many children along the parade

routes. We are that group of Nobles with the bright

orange Hawaiian shirts that ride Segways and have

a great time.

I feel certain most everyone has seen us, but

I would now like to tell you who we are. We are a

Peninsula based unit made up of 4 Active Members

and 3 Associate Members. Noble Captain

Richard Rawls currently serves as Master of Poquoson

Lodge, High Priest of Warwick Royal Arch Chapter

#80 and Vice President of the Peninsula Shrine Club. Our 1 st

Lieutenant is Noble Arthur Gandy. Noble Gandy currently is

the Jr. Warden at Poquoson Lodge. Noble Bruce Edwards is

our Secretary/Treasurer and currently serves as the Sr. Deacon

at Poquoson Lodge. Noble Scott Traner also rides with

Richard Rawls/Captain

us and is the Sr. Warden at Achilles Lodge and the

Treasurer of the Tidewater Shrine Club. Our Associate

Members include Noble Nick Raffaele (President

of the Peninsula Shrine Club), Noble John

Howe (Past President of the Peninsula Shrine Club,

member of the Motor Patrol) and Noble Charlie

Curtis (Khedive Chief Aide Staff, member of the

Motor Patrol).

Now that you know who we are and the fact

that we like to have fun while raising money for

the children in our Shrine Hospitals, I hope you will

consider joining our fun and unique unit.

Nobles, it has been a great year and we extend our

thanks to the Potentate and the Divan for their continued

support of our unit. We look forward to many years of active

participation with Khedive Shrine.

CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC


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W i l l i a m s b u r g S h r i n e C l u b

by Tom Lasher, PP WSC

Nobles, here we are approaching the end of another

year, and for the Williamsburg Shrine Club

it was another very successful and prosperous

one. Much thanks and appreciation goes to our 2011

Club President, Noble Lon Weber. Noble Lon has

had some very innovative and interesting ideas for

this year and his programs have been extraordinarily

interesting and always very pertinent.

But as is always the case, the Club laments the

loss of several members this past year, who laid

down their working tools to retire to that Celestial

Lodge above.

Our August meeting was our annual August Ladies

Night, This year it was held at the National Golf

Club here in Williamsburg, and included excellent

entertainment in the form of a 12 member women’s

chorus.

In September our program chairman Noble Dick

Swanenburg presented our guest speaker for the

evening, Dr. David Malmquist, Director of Communications

for Virginia Institute of Marine Science, located

at Gloucester Point, VA. Dr. Malmquist talked

about the School of Marine Science (SMS) at VIMS

being the graduate school in marine science for the

College of William and Mary. He spoke of its Mission,

its three campuses, and its 40 vessel fleet.

In our October meeting, President Lon recognized

two of our guest, Mr. Robert Miller and his son,

Keeton Miller, from Philadelphia, and thanked them

for coming. Keeton was injured in a bike accident

and has been a patient at the Philadelphia Shriners

Hospital. Over the course of the meeting, they both

thanked the Shriners for all we do.

Noble Dick Swanenburg then introduced our

guest speaker for the evening, Dick Schreiber, President

& Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Williamsburg

Chamber and Tourism Alliance, whose talk

was entitled “Marketing Williamsburg”. He spoke

about the Alliance trying to add advertising and public

relations information to what is already out there

in reference to promoting Williamsburg area tourism.

During the year, WSC held its usual fund raising

events, two dinners, the Easter weekend Hospital

Crusade, and our Golf Tournament. All were successful

and provided monies for our Shriner Hospitals

and the Temple’s Transportation Fund.

Our Annual Holiday Party will be held on December

7th in the dining room of the Colonial Heritage

Resort, which is located across from the old Williamsburg

Pottery Factory on Richmond Road (Rt. 60),

halfway between Lightfoot, VA and Norge, VA.

Cocktails will be at 6 and dinner at 7. There will

be an installation of new officers conducted by Chief

Rabban Joe Register. All are invited, but please call

Noble Dick Jones @ 757-566-0506 for reservations.

WSC meets on the first Wednesday of each

month at the Holiday Inn, Bypass Rd., Williamsburg.

The social hour begins at 6:00PM with dinner at

7:00PM.

Directions to the Holiday Inn are easy. When

you get to Williamsburg, take the “Camp Perry” exit

off of I-64. Pass through the first traffic light, then

turn right at the next traffic light, and then turn right

again at the next traffic light. That is Bypass Rd., or

US Rt. 60. The hotel is located at the top of the hill,

on the right, next to the Hotel 1776.

CHESAPEAKE

SHRINE CLUB

“Dedicated to Helping Orthopedic Children”

Meeting Third Monday

of the Month at Khedive Temple

All Nobles Invited

Social Dinner

6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Pat Wyllie

President

Joe Ramsey

Secretary-Treasurer


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F i r e B r i g a d e

by

Bob Travis/Chief

INCORPORATED

Hello Nobles, this is my final writing for this

year as the Fire Brigade Chief. What a

wonderful year I have had. It has truly been

an experience. I want to thank all the members

from the Fire Brigade for what I consider a

successful year. Our Christmas Party is right

around the corner. With that we will have a new

slate of officers and I hope that they will get the

same support that was received by our current

officers. Again, it has been a busy quarter with

MASA, SASA and the other functions that we

participated in. With this writing we have seen

ODU defeat JMU in this year’s Oyster Bowl held

at ODU. We are not done yet with our functions.

The Fire Brigade will make the trek to Urbanna,

VA to participate in the parades on November

4th and 5th. Our next event will be the Edenton

Parade in December.

Again, I would like to welcome our new

Nobles from the Fall Ceremonial. If you have not

joined a unit yet or are still looking for one to

participate with, look the Fire Brigade up. We

are a fun group, we enjoy a good time, and we

do not walk in parades. Nor do you need to

purchase anything to ride in parades. All you need

to do is jump on our 1941 Fire Engine and enjoy

the show. We meet the second Tuesday of each

month in the Units room at the temple. Fellowship

and eats start at 6:15PM and meeting starts at

7:00PM. Come check us out if you’re not sure of

a unit. Our next meetings are November 8th and

December 6th. Hope to see you there.

From my family to yours we hope all have

a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and

Prosperous New Year.

God Bless

Bob Travis

2011 Fire Brigade Chief


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M i n i - 1 8 W h e e l e r s

by Noble David Adams

Greetings Nobles, Ladies, and Air Horn Fan Club

Members. The members of the Mini-18 Wheelers

have been on a roll this fall. We recently

participated at MASA, where we took home 1st

place in Competition Drill and Obstacle Course. We

also won 2nd place for Mini-Rigs in the parade competition.

On behalf of all of the Nobles and their

Ladies, I would like to thank Noble Biggie Tucker

& Lady Betty for the great breakfast they always

provide to the Shriners prior to the MASA and SASA

parades at the oceanfront.

Only two members were able to make the long

trip to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee for SASA, but we

had a great time and looked really sharp during the

parade. Also, during the month of October we had

a few trucks on hand at the Masonic Home Parade.

Additionally, Noble Dan Collins participated in the

“Touch a Truck Day” which was an interactive program

for kids to climb in, blow the horn and feel like

they were driving one of the several types of trucks

on hand. Some of these trucks included full-size

semi-trucks, monster 4x4’s, fire trucks and ice cream

trucks. However, the little blue and silver Kenworth

received plenty of attention.

By the time this edition of the Hi-Noble goes to

print, we will have also participated in the Urbanna

Oyster Parade.

We recently purchased another truck, and this

winter we will be working on getting this rig ready

to roll with the blue and silver paint scheme. Keep

your eyes out for a new rig this spring!

We normally meet on the first Monday of the

month and are always looking to add more trucks to

the road. If you are interested in becoming a member

of Khedive’s “Best Looking Unit” then please

drop on by the Truck Stop for a visit.

Es Selamu Aleikum!

Noble Dave Adams

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by

H o r s e P a t r o l

Randy Dean/Secretary & Treasurer

Khedive Horse Patrol is still here.

Everyone had a great time at MA-

SAHP Competition down in Pungo

this year. The Khedive Horse Patrol

did their usually thing at the MASAHP

Competition, we cooked and serve

breakfast for all the Nobles and their

Ladies.

The Potentate and part of his Divan

came out and enjoyed riding competition

and the food. Friday night we attended

the MASAHP Awards Banquet.

After all the trophies where given out

for the difference types of competition,

the MASAHP President announced the

MASAHP Shriner of the year.

The Khedive Horse Patrol is proud

to announce that the MASAHP Shriner

of the year is Kenny Askew.

The Horse Patrol is getting ready

for Unit/Clubs Christmas Parties and

Christmas Parades this year. Two parades

we are planning on going in

are the Franklin Christmas Parade on

December 2nd and the Town of Ivor

Christmas Parade on December 4th.

If any Noble is interested in the

Horse Patrol, please come out and visit

with us at one of our meetings. We

meet in the club room at Greenbrier,

the 1st Monday of each month at 7:00

P.M., or contact Captain Paul Scott at

(757) 539-6504 or myself at (757) 353-

2874 for details.

T i d e w a t e r S h r i n e C l u b by Scott Traner

Greetings Fellow Nobles, I will start off by apologizing

for not having an article in the Hi-Noble

last period. Unfortunately, the Black Camel

visited again, and this time took our President John

Thomas. Despite the loss of our President and secretary

in the span of three months, I am happy and

proud to report that my fellow nobles have picked

up the pieces, and in honor of our past officers have

not missed a beat.

We have been working on our plaque program,

and ! especially want to thank Noble Randy Rogers

who at our October meeting presented the club

with $2300.00. We have also had some fun these

past six months, and that includes having a picnic

at Noble Bucky Clements and Lady Marian's house.

We had to scramble to put it together, and it was a

little hot, but it was well attended and the location

was very beautiful. Special thanks to the Clements

for coming through for us.

We also had a contingent that attended SASA

in Pigeon Forge. All who attended had a fantastic

time, and the "Pote" complimented the Tidewater

Shrine Club for having the best hospitality house in

'Pigeon Forge. Noble President Mark Cook made

breakfast and the rest of us helped in any way we

could. Once again, special thanks go out to our

wives and ladies as it would not have been nearly as

successful without their able assistance.

I would like to make one more special announcement

about SASA. Noble President Cook and the

Noble Treasurer became official "Princes of the

Desert" by riding Tai the camel while proudly displaying

our fezzes.

I will close this edition, but do know the Tidewater

Shrine Club will be in attendance at numerous

Christmas parades, and we are looking for you to

come and join us. The Gloucester Christmas parade

in December will include another one of our famed

hospitality houses on Coor Street.

In light of the passing of two most important

members of our Shrine club, and the loss of many

other nobles throughout our temple this year,

please don't take anything for granted, be with your

family and friends as often as you can, help Khedive

help our children and always remember: "Isn't it

great to be a Shriner."

Fraternally,

Noble Scott Michael Traner


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D i r e c t o r s S t a f f

by Watt Perley/Director

As I write this article for the 4th Quarter Hi-

Noble, which has a dead line of 31 Oct. 2011,

I must take a Leap of Faith and assume the

return of the 62nd Annual Khedive Shrine Oyster

Bowl game was a great success. But if not here we

go with my thoughts on this event. This the Khedive

Shrine Oyster Bowl game, first played 7 Dec.1946

in front of 21,000 fans at Foreman Field. A game

between two of the best high school teams in the

country,

Granby High from Norfolk, Va. and Clifton N.J.,

Granby won 6 to 0. The Oyster Bowl was not

played again until 1948 when it went to college

teams.

This year the game returned to Foreman Field

on the campus of Old Dominion University. The

game between Old Dominion University and James

Madison University is a sell out, with a dollar from

each season ticket sales going to the Shriners

Children›s Hospital.

In its history several of our Shrine leaders have

served on its committees Melvin T. Blassingham,

Sr. P.P., S. Edward Coggin, Jr. P.P. W. C. Riday, P.P.

and Robert D. Monell, P.P. . This is our game , lets

get out and support this game and keep the Shrine

Oyster Bowl game at Foreman Field.The Director›s

Staff served as Parade Marshals for all of the Oyster

Bowls Parades. My first Parade was in 1961, I still

have my red arm band and badge.

Here is to our long time Staff member Hubert

Junie Lee who will celebrate his 92nd birthday on 26

Oct. 2011.

A special thanks to my Staff members who came

out to build the stunts for our Fall Ceremonial ,

Gene Cartwright, Jim Kiphart, and Donald Respess.

I could not of pulled this off without your help.

Any Nobel who would like to know more about

the Director’s Staff, please call Watt Perley at ( 757 )

424-3009.

May God Bless Our Kids.


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G o l f C l u b by Jerry Edwards/Vice President

Greetings Nobles, Hot summer days are gone

and our golfing days grow shorter and cooler.

The warm sands of the bunker have hardened and

our drives don’t fly as far in the heavy morning air.

However, members and guests of the Khedive Golf

Club have each accumulated many fond memories

of a fantastic golf year. The end of our golfing year

is swiftly coming to a close and our Club Championship

is in the record books.

It has been a productive and enjoyable year under

the direction and guidance of President Johnnie

Chandler. Our club Secretary/Treasurer, Noble Rod

Rushford, has once again performed with perfection

all year long. His hard work and dedication to detail

makes everything run smooth, right down to the

team score cards for each golf outing. Each week

several club members assist Rod in score tabulations

to determine our top four team scores. At

each golf outing, President Johnnie Chandler and

other members sell 50/50 tickets to help raise money

for the transportation fund. Their faithful dedication

is greatly appreciated. It is anticipated that the

Golf Club will once again be able to donate at least

$4,000 to the Transportation Fund.

We will have our installation of Officers for next

year at Honey Bee Golf Course after our final outing

on November 22, 2011. The installation of officers

will be performed by Illustrious Potentate Donald

E. Meyer. The outing is also our ‘Turkey Blitz’ with

each qualified golfer receiving a gift certificate from

Farm Fresh and we will also announce the winners

of our Club Championship and distribute the prize

money.

Your Khedive Golf Club sincerely hopes that

the upcoming Holiday Season will be a joyous and

prosperous time for all. We pray for the safe return

of our members of the Armed Forces and that

peace might finally come to a troubled world. We

also hope that our Golf Club members and guests

will be in good health and strong

spirits when the spring of 2012 returns

and we once again have the

urge to tee it up and yell, “FORE!”

Anyone interested in joining the

Golf Club please check out the

information on the Khedive Shrine

web site.

Yours in the Faith,

Noble Jerry P. Edwards

Vice President

D r u m & B u g l e C o r p s

by

The Drum & Bugle Corps is winding

down from one of the busiest year’s

ever. With MASA and SASA behind us

we headed into October, enjoying the

Family picnic and Parading for the first

time in the Old Dominion Homecoming

Parade. The weather was beautiful

and crowd was great and for those who

stayed awhile after the parade, I know you had a

good time.

The Drum Corps tailgated @ this year’s 62nd annual

Oyster Bowl football game; although the original

plans changed at the last minute, we adapted

and had a Great time with our fellow brothers @ the

Webb Center. Heading to Urbanna this weekend

for what should be a good time (it always is). Our

Terry Riley/Assistant Director

Christmas party is on December 3rd

this year, ending another good year for

the Drum and Bugle Corps.

Please keep our sick and distressed

in your thoughts and prayers and our

Shriner Children as well. Also, never

forget our military personal serving in

harm’s way all over the world.

We would like to invite all nobles to come out

and join the Drum Corps on Mondays. Happy Hour

begins @ 7:00, live entertainment @ 7:30 and Happy

Hour again @ 8:00 funny how that works outJ.

May God bless you and your family during this

year’s holiday season

Merry Christmas to all and to all a Good Night

“Beat of Khedive”.


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Greetings from Officers, BOD and Members of Ocean

View Shrine Club.

Units/Clubs and Blue Lodge Night, Thur. October

6, was well attended. Brother Capt. Charles

Stuppard, Commanding Officer Little Creek/Fort Story,

gave an interesting talk on some of his experiences in

his 20 + years in the Navy and how Little Creek/Fort

Story was involved in training elite Seal Teams. Brother

Stuppard is the only Commanding Officer of a joint

Army/Navy Command. Brother Stuppard is the only

active duty military member serving on the BOD for

Cornell University’s Alumni Association. He was recently

elected to serve as Vice President for Cornell Students

and Young Alumni.

Plans are being made for our Installation/Christmas

Party on Thur. Dec. 1, at Mom and Pop’s Restaurant, 331

E. Bayview Blvd., Norfolk. Please mark your calendar,

more to follow.

Congratulations and welcome to Nobles, who were

created at the Fall Ceremonial on Sat. October 22, to the

Worlds Greatest Philanthropy. We invite each of you to

visit Ocean View Shrine Club, first Thur. of the month, as

our guest. Call Nobles Lank Malbone 434-5292 or Alan

O c e a n V i e w S h r i n e C l u b

by Lank Malbone/President

Brown 583-6644 for reservations. You are also encouraged

to visit the Temple’s Web Site – Khediveshrine.org

– for latest and most informative information about your

Temple and its activities.

Thur. Sept. 1, meeting Noble John K. Corley was given

a warm Ocean View Shrine Club welcome on becoming

a Member. Welcome aboard Noble John!!

A tip of the “FEZ’ to Noble Terry Riley for an awesome

task in making Khedive’s 62nd Oyster Bowl a huge

success as it returned to S. B. Ballard Stadium (formerly

Foreman Field), after a 16 year absence. It is only hoped

that it will return for many, many years in the future.

It’s been a great and enjoyable ride the last two (2)

years as President of Ocean View Shrine Club. It’s time

to step aside and let someone else take over the reins,

in 2012.As 2011 rapidly comes to an end, I reminisce

over some of the many accomplishments that have taken

place, with the help of many Nobles, both within and

without of the Club.

Thanks to the Members, Potentate, Divan and Tidewater

Shrine Club for their support throughout the year.

No doubt this will be my last Hi-Noble article, so

from our Home to your Home, Happy Thanksgiving,

a Happy and Merry Christmas and a prosperous New

Year!!

H i l l b i l l i e s

by

Jim Larsen/Assistant Director

Howdy Neighbors, This has been one busy, but fun,

year for the Hillbillies. We have stepped up and participated

in all the Temple functions and still had time for

hospitality at the shack. A big thanks to all the Nobles

for taking the time to come out to the various functions.

A special thanks to our ladies for coming together and

working hard for the good of the unit.

If you didn’t come out for MASA and SASA, you

missed out on a good time. Looking forward to Urbanna

which is one of the best parades of the year.

Our annual Chicken Feast was a success thanks to

the Hillbillies and their Ladies who participated. Thanks

to everyone for taking the time to come out and work

our annual fundraiser. It couldn’t have happened without

the hard work put forth by all. Want to also thank

our maintenance crew for keeping our vehicles up and

running. A special thanks to Director Bill and his Lady

Marion for their hard work and dedication throughout

the year. Dinner schedules and

hospitality rooms just don’t happen;

it takes a lot of planning and

patience to pull it off.

December will bring our

Christmas Party and election of

Officers for 2012. Be sure to put

your name in the hat.

Please keep our Noble brothers and their families

in your thoughts and prayers. Never forget our military

personnel fighting for us in distance places and especially

those who gave it all.

Its all about the kids, donate to the transportation

fund, be a Hi-Noble Booster. See you around the shack.

Humor: When I die, I want to go peacefully like my

Grandfather did, in his sleep—not screaming, like the

passengers in his car.


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by

The Holiday Season is upon us, and as our Motor Corps

year winds down I would to take a minute to recap the

Units fourth quarter activities and accomplishments.

In August the Motor Corps ventured to Cape Charles,

VA on the Eastern Shore to attend their 125th Anniversary

Celebration Parade. Also in August the Motor Corps

Competition Team lead by Sergeant Major George Messinger

worked hard attending weekly practices to gear up

for the MASA and SASA competition.

Our practices paid off and at MASA we won First in

Drill, and First in Obstacle Course. Then we went onto

SASA in Pigeon Forge, TN and took trophies for First in

Drill, First in Obstacle, High Point and the President’s Cup.

October was a busy month when we started with the

Virginia Beach Neptune Parade on the 1st. October 8th

we drove to Richmond, VA to participate in the Masonic

Home Parade. October 15th we participated in the ODU

Homecoming Parade, and on October 29th we attended

the Oyster Bowl and assisted with selling ODU Programs.

The Motor Corps extends a big thank you to High

Priest and Prophet Randy Murphy and his Lady Debbie as

M o t o r C o r p s

Les Aker/First Lieutenant

they went above and beyond in the coordination and acquisition

of flowers for our Fall Flower Sale.

During the Fall Ceremonial and Open House the Motor

Corps was happy to entertain prospective new members

and their Ladies.

In November the Motor Corps will be attending Parades

in Urbanna, VA; and theTown Center Parade in Virginia

Beach.

December will be an extremely busy month where

the road leads us in the direction of Ivor, VA for the Ivor

Parade; the Gloucester Parade, the Lynnhaven Colony Parade,

and the Virginia Beach Oceanfront Parade. December

10th is a day close to our hearts as we participate in

the Smithfield, VA Parade and in the evening we will hold

our Annual Christmas Party and Installations of Officers.

We look forward to seeing the Khedive Temple

Nobles and their Ladies at the Temples New Years Eve

celebration.

On behalf of the Motor Corps we wish EVERYONE a

SAFE and MERRY Holiday Season.

Yours in the Faith - Les Aker

P r o v o s t G u a r d by Wesley King

As this year rapidly draws to a close Provost wishes to

thank our members, the Potentate and Divan and all

of the members of Khedive for their support throughout

the year. Our Captain has seen us thru some rough

roads and times, as all units probably have experienced,

with the economy in flux and funds limited for Nobles

to expend outside of their families. Again Thanks to all

Nobles who stood with us throughout the year. GREAT

JOB CAPTAIN.

Members of the Guard and friends surprised Past

Captain Ralph Porterfield at a dinner honoring his 95th

birthday. Keep on trucking Captain Ralph.

The Provost Fish and Chips dinner ( a change for

the fall fund raiser) was a huge success thanks to all the

Nobles and Ladies who supported us in our dinner.

Also available was the famous Provost BBQ for carry

out by the pound. A special thanks to all members who

participated in the chopping, frying, serving and clean

– up.. Our ladies bake sale was also a success and our

thanks to all for baking the goodies and manning the

dessert tables.

Provost attended both MASA and SASA conventions.

Captain Larry Hale led the Provost to several awards

(#1) for the MASA event and stood tall at SASA with

a limited number of members available to participate

Provost extends a hearty THANKS to Captain Larry

for coordinating and leading, to include manning the

hospitality rooms, at both events.

Our Captain led eight brave soles on the Provost bus

to the Masonic Home Family Day and parade. If you have

never ridden a bucking horse just ride the Provost Bus.

This was a great day and was enjoyed by all.

By the time this is received Provost will have

participated in the Urbana parade as well as several

others during the Holiday Season and as usual with the

Guard a Great time will be had by all.

Remember: A good character is the best tombstone.

Those who loved you and were helped by you will

remember you when forget - me – nots have withered.

Carve your name on hearts , not on marble.

Looking for a Unit? Join us on the second Wednesday

of the month at the Temple.

Yours in the Faith,

Wesley King


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K h e d i v e P u b l i c R e l a t i o n s

by Tom Carter/Chairman

Big THANK YOU to all of the Nobles who participated

in the KIT (Khedive Info Tent) at the King

A

Neptune Festival in Virginia Beach on 9/30, 10/1

and 10/2. We were able to get one new patient and

we gave out several petitions for Masonry and the

Shriners. We also collected $357.93 in unsolicited

donations for the Transportation Fund. We gave

away over 2000 coloring books and stickers to the

kids. We had the “lift transportation van” on static

display and received many comments on that. You

should consider doing that (a transportation van on

static display) for some of your events.

Don’t forget we have two pole banners that

are available for your events. They should only be

used indoors and are very easy to set up and take

down (right, Wayne!??). They are also available for

purchase on the Shriners Village web site under the

“shop” link.

My fez is off to Cliff Atkinson and the Roadrunners

for sponsoring our first screening clinic in 10

years. We had 6 patients apply and all 6 were accepted!

Since this event was so successful Chief

Rabban Joe Register is planning two screening clinics

next year. One will be on the Eastern Shore and

one will be on the peninsula. Noble Jody Dudley

(Cavalier Garage) sponsored an ad advertising the

screening clinic and also did the Masonic Children’s

ID program. A patient parent volunteer, Rosemary

Torres, also did eyeglass adjustments for those who

were there. A great team effort !!

If you are not on the Khedive email list, just send

an email to our Noble Director of Units Wayne Kelly

at WEKelly@cox.net to add your name to the list.

On a more personal note, I tried to fill in for Wayne

while he was in Europe for two weeks this summer....that

was the two weeks when you received

“zero” emails. Nuf’ said!

Our web sites continue to grow and to improve.

Locally Anne Harriman is just doing a super job with

the Khedive web site KhediveShrine.org ! Make sure

that Anne has pictures of your officers for your Unit

and/or Club link and that she has a flyer for your

various and sundry fund raisers. You can email Anne

through a link on the web site or at Khedive2011@

aol.com . Please take a moment to thank Anne for

the outstanding job she is doing on the web site

and the Hi-Noble. Our national web site ShrinersVillage.com

has hundreds of pages and links about the

Shriners and Shriners Hospitals. The “shop” link will

allow you to order Shrine memorabilia at very reasonable

prices or to order Shrine materials for your

unit and/or club.

Your Speakers Bureau is ready to give a presentation

on Shriners Hospitals to your organization.

Just give one of us a call.....John Howe, Gerry Frey,

Cliff Atkinson, Wilson Widgeon, J W Wilson and myself.

Nobles, if you have any ideas on how we can

improve our Public Relations either inside or outside

Khedive, please let me know.

Tom Carter (757) 481.1189

TomMCart@verizon.net


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2010 Khedive Hospital Transportation Fund

Approved Fundraisers

For the Ten Months Ended October 31, 2011

Golf Classic:

Revenues:

Donations, Sponsors, Fees, Ads, etc. . . . . . . . . . .$29,968

Total Revenues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $29,968

Operating Expenses:

Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,389

Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..12,389

Excess Revenues over Expenses for the Twelve Months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,579

Less Charitable Distributions:

Donation to Shriners Hospitals for Children . . . . . . $8,965

Donation to Khedive HospitalTransportation Fund . .8,614

Total Charitable Distributions for the Twelve Months . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,579


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ARAB PATROL

JAMES A. CARTER SR.

JAMES A. & ANNETTE CARTER JR.

BILL COKER

HARRY E. MARTHA HAVERTY

BILL & EVELYN HUGUENEL

JIMMIE JONES & MARGARET

JIM NATH

IVY E. JEAN MORTON

JACK & MARTHA RYALS

JIM & ARLENE SMITH

JOHN SMITH

HUGH SPIVEY & MARGIE

AUTOS

RICKEY AKERS & ALICE

GREG & NORMA ALLEJOS

CIFF & EVELYN ATKINSON

GARY & JANET BACKUS

ALAN & CANDIE BROWN

DAVID & KAY CLARK

DEAN & BELINDA CLARO

GREG & BARBARA COWELL

BRIAN CRAWFORD

WILLIAM & JEANETTE CREEKMORE

GEORGE & JESSIE EASON

MURRAY GOODWIN

WAYNE & NANCY HALL

JAMES & MARINA HARWELL

HOWARD & ANN HELWIG

ROBERT & CINDY HORTON

LARRY & MARY JOYCE HUMPHRIES

DENNIS & FAY HYLTON

BOB LAMBERT

LEROY & NANCY LANE

LARRY ROUNTREE & LAVONNE

ED LEGGETT & KAY

TIM & SUSAN MAGUIRE

ALEX MARTIN & ANJEANINE

AI & TRISH MAYES

WILLIAM MORSE

MIKE & BARBARA MOSELER

CHARLES & SHIRLEY NISSEN

DAVE NORTON

GEORGE & PATRICIA NOTTINGHAM

JOEL Q’HERN & KATHY

CHARLES PATNODE

JACK & DEBBIE PEED

WILLIAM & MARIA PEED

DAVID & GINGER PICKETT

JACK & DOROTHY PRICE

JERRY & GINNY PULLEY

STANLEY & NANCY REAMES

RUDY & LAVERN RUDIBAUGH

RONNIE & MELISSA SHANK

JACK & DIANE SMITH

MARTY AND SHERRY TWOMEY

ROGER & MAUREEN WARD

PETE & DEBORAH WRIGHT

MATT & DARYLUMIE ZARDES

CAMAROS

STEVE & SHARON BRADSHAW

JOHN CONROY

DONNIE & KIM GLEN

BILLY & BEVERLY IRVING

LANDIS & VIVIAN NEAL

HENRY & FLORENCE PARKER

RICK & LUANN SMITH

KENNY STEPHENS

LEON & MARGARET STOCKS

JOE & NORMA TAITANO

RAY TUCKER

BUDDY & SAVONNE WHITTINGTON

CHESAPEAKE SC

2011 Officers &

Board of Directors

In Memory of Murray L. Buck

The Past Presidents

COLOR GUARD

JOHN & MIDIA TEWALT

FLOYD BROGDEN & EVELYN

ALAN & SHARON CANNON

KEN CONLEY & AMY

ERIC DELL & BRENDA

BUDDY DARDEN & DOT

DAVID DAVIS & ROSEMARY

FREDDI GARDNER & MITZI

PAT GARRISON & LINDA

TOMMY GOODMAN & PAM

MIKE HARRELL & LYDIA

BILL KERN P.P. & CAROL

JOHN LAWSON & ANNE

RICK MERCER & PATTI

DAVID MONELL P.P. & DONNA

PAT O’BRIEN & TRICIA

GARY O’BRIEN & MARTY

ALAN ORMOND & CAROL

WILLIAM REED & KATHY

GARY SMITH & DALLA

WILBER ROUNTREE & SHIRLEY

GREG TAYLOR & COLLEEN

ERIC WILLIAMS & SHANA

RODNEY ROUNTREE & KATHY

STEVE WRIGHT & GAIL

CORVETTES

JIM & BARBARA BAKER

JIM & FRAN CARR

SCOTTIE & SPRING DYER

ALAN & ROBIN EDMONSTON

ALEX & JOYCE KUPETZ

RUSTY & SISIE MILLER

BUDDY & HOLLY DAVIS

BRIAN & RENEE BLAKENSHIP

LARRY & BARBARA WELLS

KEVIN & ALEX GURECKIS

DESERT PATROL

JOHN & MIDIA TEWALT

FLOYD BROGDEN & EVELYN

ALAN & SHARON CANNON

KEN CONLEY & AMY

ERIC DELL & BRENDA

BUDDY DARDEN & DOT

DAVID DAVIS & ROSEMARY

FREDDI GARDNER & MITZI

PAT GARRISON & LINDA

TOMMY GOODMAN & PAM

MIKE HARRELL & LYDIA

BILL KERN P.P. & CAROL

DRUM & BUGLE

ROBERT & BETTY BROWN

LEN & CAROLE CARTER

GEORGE & SUE CDRISPEN

CLYDE & MARY ALICE

DALTON P.P.

GOODY & JESSIE GLASSMAN

FIRE BRIGADE

BOB TRAVIS, JR.

ROB KAYLOR

RAYMOND H. MCCOY JR.

GEORGE O’NEAL

FRANKLIN SC

KENNY & DEBBIE ASKEW

JOHNNY & JUDY AVENT

LINWOOD & PRISCILLA BAKER

JIM & JERRI CANTERBURY

DAVID & DOT DARDEN

ROBERT & DONNA DAVIS

RANDY & CLAUDETTE DEAN

WELTON & LOTTIE DESHIELDS

BRYAN & ELAINE FENTERS

GATOR & MARY FERGUSON

CHARLES & BETTY FRALEY

KENNETH & IOLA GAY

RUSSELL GAYLE, JR.

KENNETH & DOT GRIFFITH

HORSE PATROL

KENNY & DEBBIE ASKEW

JESSEE & BONNIE BELL

BILL & YOLANDA DAVIS

RANDY & CLAUDETTE DEAN

JIM & SUSAN DOMINESEY

GATOR & MARY FERGUSON

RONNIE & MADGE LUSK

JIM & LANCIE PEACH

GEORGE & DEBBIE POSTON

PAUL SCOTT

PETE WAHL & MARYANN

JOHN LAWSON & ANNE

RICK MERCER & PATTI

DAVID MONELL P.P. & DONNA

PAT O’BRIEN & TRICIA

GARY O’BRIEN & MARTY

ALAN ORMOND & CAROL

WILLIAM REED & KATHY

GARY SMITH & DALLA

WILBER ROUNTREE & SHIRLEY

GREG TAYLOR & COLLEEN

ERIC WILLIAMS & SHANA

RODNEY ROUNTREE & KATHY

STEVE WRIGHT & GAIL

MIKE & PAT KUDSK

HENRY & CAROL MCCOY

CALVIN S. NEWBY JR.

GEORGE & JOANNE RHUDY

RANNY & DORIS RYAN

CLIF & SHARON SMITH P.P.

TONY & MARY VERSIC

“BIG ED” MCALPINE

JOSHUA D. RAMSEY

CLYDE R. DIXON, JR.

ROB ALLEN

ROBERT A. SMOYER, SR.

MELVIN & BARBARA GRAY

KIM & PAT HALL

CURTIS & ANNE MAE HOLLAND

EDWARD & MARTIE HOWELL

JACK HUNDLEY

KEVIN & MARY INSULT

BOB LAMBERT

JOHN & KAY MEDITZ

GEORGE & DEBBIE POSTON

LYNN & PATRICIA ROTHWELL

SCOTT & MICHELLE SEDDON

GILBERT & PHYLLIS STORY

RALPH & RACHEL TAYLOE

GERALD & JEANNIE WHITLEY


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HILLBILLIES

FRED & LINDA ALLEN

CHARLIE & BARBARA AMICK JR.

EARL “BUCK” & JEANNETTE BRAY

RICK & MYRNA BRYANT

S. RAY & PAT CONNARD

KEN & BARBARA CORNWALL

ROGER & JANET CORT

HERBERT & SYLVIA CURRAN

ED & SHIRLEY DOWELL, SR

PAGE & NINA EATON

GEORGE “GIL” & AUDREY GREGORY

RAY HALL & NORMA HALL

WILLIAM “BILL” & SANDRA HAMILTON

DON & SANDY HOWARD

WILLIAM “BILL” & MARION HOGGARD

DELBERT, AUDREY & GRAIG HARRIS

CHRIS JAEGER

HAROLD & IRMGARD JONES

AL, ELEANOR & TERESA KENNELL

AL & SANDY KINCHEN

GARY & RUTH ANNE KING

JIM & MARLENE LARSEN

LANK & BARBARA MALBONE

BUD & BARBARA MARCHMAN

SHEP & SUE MCCLENNY

RANDY & DEBBIE MURPHY

RICHARD & SYBIL NAUJOKS

FRANK “NICK” & MARY NICKERSON

WILLIAM “BILL” & SARA NOLAN

ANDREW “JACK” & GLAYDS PALLETT

JOHN & CHARLOTTE PARRISH

JON STILLMAN

DAVID & PETE SWOOPE, JR.

JIM & MARY TAYLOR

BOB & JUDE TELLER

JOE THORNTON & MAUREEN

DOUGLAS B. THURNHER

ALICE THURNHER

DON TILTON & CAROL

CARL & SUSANNE VANCE

RALPH & ETHEL WARD

LADY CAROL WICKS

MEMORY OF HORACE MALBONE

MEMORY OF

ILL. SIR DON MCMANUS P.P.

KNIGHTS OF MECCA

PAGE & NINA EATON

DON & BETTY MEYER

WALLY TIMMONDS

EDWARD & CLAUDETTE USITA

JOEY & NINPHA ELICERIO

BOB & DEBBIE CANNON

WOODY & TERRY BROWN

PAUL & NANCY PENNYBACKER

LEGION OF HONOR

HANK BORN

CHESTER & MICHELE BUTLER

DAVE & BETTY CUNNINGHAM

ROD & BETTY DICK

BILL & JEAN ERVIN

BILL & JUDY EWELL

I.S. CHUCK & BETTY FRALEY

PHIL FULCHER

FORREST & HARRIET GARLAND

PETE & HELEN GORDON

HAROLD & BETTY GROVE

JERRY & BARBARA HOLDEN

HARRY & JANE HUGGINS

JACK & LAVERNE KINGSLEY

JACK LAURSEN

RON & HELEN LEE

HAL & NITA LEONARD

DON & BOOTS MCBRIDE

MILT MIDGETTE

ILL. DON & BETTY MYER

CLETE & BARBARA NESTER

WAYNE & NANCY NOVAK

ROBERT OLSON

GEORGE OLIVER

JOHN & TERRY PETERS

PAUL & NANCY PENNYPACKER

I.S. JOHN & JOYCE PIPKIN

TONY & GRAZE QUEZON

DON & PHYLLIS SUPER

REMY & GREGORIA TALA

WALLY & NANCY TIMMONS

ED & AURORA TISDALE

HERB & JEAN TROUPE

MARSHALL & GUIDA WHISNER

PROVOST GUARD

LARRY HALE

WAYNE SHERMAN

BILL KEATING

BILL LAUTERBACH

MIKE DONOFRIO

DAVID MONELL

ROY MCKINNEY

GARY MEYERS

RICK MCLURE

JOHN HENRY MARTIN

IIL. SIR WILLIAM TODD & SANDY

JOE REGISTER & HOLLY

JAY WHITE & DONNA

BOB & GAIL THOMAS

ED & DORIS MEISE

DAN & NINA MANUEL

CARLTON GILL JR.

ED & SHIRLEY MCALPINE

CLYDE & BARBARA DIXON

MIKE & SUSAN COFFMAN

BEN O AUSTRIA

MOTOR CORPS

HANK BORN

LES AKER & LINDA

FRED & LINDA ALLEN P.P.

ERNIE & DANA AYERS

NICK & JACKIE AZARANSKY

PAUL & KATE BECK

DAVID & DONNA BOYD

ALAN & CANDI BROWN

MIKE & SUSAN COFFMAN

PHIL & MARILYN CROMARTIE

BUDDY & SYLVIA CURRAN P.P.

KEVIN & CHERYL DAWKINS

GARY & CHERYL EMERICK

MARK & CARRIE GUYER

BILL & MARION HOGGARD

LOYD HOLBROOK

JOHN & PATRICIA JENKINS

OCEANVIEW SC

CHRIS & DIANNA BEEHLER

GEORGE & KAY BLACK

FLOYD & EVELYN BROGDEN

ALAN & CANDIE BROWN

TOM & CAROL CARTER

HERBERT & SYLVIA CURRAN JR. P.P.

MITCH & BARBARA DUNSTON

WILLIAM “BILL” COKER

WESLEY EATMON

JIMMY EVANS

FORREST & HARRIET GARLAND

JOHN GLAUNER

ROY GREGORY

DELBERT, AUDREY, GRAIG HARRIS

AL, ELEANOR & TERESA KENNELL

WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL

BILL & CAROL KERN

LANK & BARBARA MALBONE

ALEX MARTIN

MILT MIDGETT

ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL

SKIP PATNODE

GEORGE & DEBBIE POSTON

TONY & GRACE QUEZON

FRED & LINDA RUDIGER

WARREN & NANCY STEWART

RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER

WALLY & NANCY TIMMONS

MEMORY DECEASED NOBLES

OCEAN VIEW SHRINE CLUB

MEMORY NOBLE JIM SUTLIFF

MEMORY NOBLE BUD STAHL

Boosters

Continued

WAYNE & KELLY

& CHERYL VALERIANO

BILL & CAROL KERN P.P.

GARY & RUTH ANNE KING

CURT MAINWARING

MARTY & PENNY

MARTISHIUS

BERRY & TINA MELCHOR

GEORGE & BONNIE

MESSENGER

RANDY & DEBBIE MURPHY

ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL

JOE & HOLLY REGISTER

STEVE & JUDY SMITH

BILL & GLORIA SMITH

CLIF & SHARON SMITH P.P.

RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER

KEITH & LYNDA WILLIAMS


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RITUALISTIC DIVAN

MITCH & CAROL COHEN

MARY & CECIL DOUGHTIE PP

DUKE & PAT ALLEN

TODD & DIANE KNIGHT

BILL & DORSEY GURLEY

TIDEWATER SC

MARK COOK

W.F. (BUCKY) CLEMENTS

MARSHALL LEWIS

IN MEMORY OF

KENT CORNELL

MITCHELL DUNSTON

ROBERT THOMPSON

BOBBY WILLIAMS

WAYNE KELLY & CHERYL

TOM & CAROL CARTER

ROB & JAN LOCKWOOD

PAUL & DANEEN DOUGHTIE

STEVE & BECKY OWEN

KEN & SONIA GREGORY

SCOTT TRANER

in memory of JOHN THOMAS

CHARLES CRAIG

DAVID WHITE

MICHAEL DUNSTON

JON BECK

ROBERT PARKER

TOMMY WALTERS JR.

PEPPER LOVE

VIRGINIA BEACH SC

CLIF & EVELYN ATKINSON

LES AKER & LINDA

DAVID & DONNA BOYD

JOHN & JUANITA BAKER

JOE BECK, JR. & DEBBIE

PAUL & KATE BECK

RANDALL BRACKETT

RICHARD & SUSAN

CARLSON 11

MILES COCHRAN

PHIL & MARILYN CROMARTIE

HERBERT & SYLVIA CURRAN,

DAVID & MARY DECOOK

HERMAN DENNIS 11 & RUBY

PAGE & NINA EATON

GARY & CHERYL EMERICK

CLIFFORD & HANNAH EVANS

EDWARD FOSHAY

EDISON & FRANCES GRANGER, JR.

CLAUDE & NORMA GREGORY, JR.

BILL & DORSEY GURLEY, SR.

HAROLD & IRMGARD JONES

BILL & MISSIE KEATING

GARY & RUTH ANNE KING

H. GRADY KOLB, JR.

THOMAS C. KYRUS

LANK & BARBARA MALBONE

ERNEST & BONNIE MARROW

GEORGE & BONNIE

MESSINGER

DON & BETTY MEYER

RAYMOND & EVELYN MOUNTFORD

DAN & DONNA MURPHY

JIM & SANDY NEWBY

LLOYD E. NICHOLSON

STEVEN & BECKY OWEN

WALTER & RACHEL PADON

ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL

ROBERT & DELL ROBERTS

FRED & LINDA RUDIGER

MICHAEL SAVVIDES

STEVE & JUDY SMITH

RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER

WALLY & NANCY TIMMONS

EDWARD & CLAUDETTE USITA

ED & SHIRLEY WILLIAMS

MEMORY DECEASED NOBLES

ROADRUNNERS

CLIFF & EVELYN ATKINSON

ROY & PENNY BAISDEN

DAVID & DONNA BOYD

JOHN & DONNA CAMPBELL

JODY & LISA DUDLEY

PETRO FICARE

TOM & KATHY GRIFFITH

LEE & LUCILLE HERRINGTON

ROBERT & CINDY HORTON

GEORGE MAIN

ED & SHIRLEY MCALPINE

ED & DORIS MEISE

SCOOTER PATROL

MONCHITO ABAD / NELLIE

GREG ALLEJOS / NORMA

MANNY ALIP / EVELYN

LEN BARLAAN / LIBERTY

ART BAUTISTA

NICK BERNAS / EULALIA

JUN CACHAPER / VENERACION

VIRGIL CALDERON / FELY

CONRAD CALPITO / VIRGIE

NICK CASTILLO / NILDA

DEAN CLARO / BELINDA

BOBBY DIZON / MODESTA

WINFRED ESCALANTE / TESSIE

OSCAR GADOR / STELLA

ART GARDUQUE / VICKY KARINA

ERNESTO HOFILENA / LOURDES

CHITO ISIP / ANN

GEORGE JARDINES / ELLIE

GEORGE O’NEIL

ELWOOD & PAT PASCHAL

SKIP PATNODE

RAY & VIRGINIA TELLER

STORMY & LINDA THORSON

BOB & PATRICK TRAVIS

JIM & LYNN WAGNER

FLOYD & EVELYN BROGDEN

AL, ELEANOR & THERESA KENNELL

FRED & LINDA RUDIGER

MEMORY NOBLE BUD STAHL

CHARLES LEE / JOAN

FRED LINTAG / AUREA

JUSTO MANGLICMOT / SALVACION

DAN MANUEL / NITA

BERNIE MOLINA / SISINIA

PAT NATIVIDAD / MERIAM

OSCAR OBSUNA / VIOLY

GEM PAGADUAN

LEE PARRILLA / ESTHER

VIC PERNITES / CAROL

JACK PRICE / DOROTHY

ANTONIO QUEZON

CLIF SMITH / SHARON

ROMY TALA

ROBERT SANDIDGE / ELEANOR

ED USITA / CLAUDETTE

FREDDIE VERAQUE / LYDIA

MANNY VERGARA / CRISTINE

WILLIE VITUG / CORINE

INDIVIDIUALS

WILLIAM J. ALLSBROOK

BUDDY & PEGGY BAGLEY

JOHN BARTLETT

LINDSAY R. BAZEOE

FRED BOUNDS

THOMAS BOYCE

WOODY & ELIZABETH BROWN P.P.

JIM & JERI CANTERBURY

BUTCH & LEAH CASPER

EDNA CATES

MILES COCHARAN JR.

MAURICE COHEN

LEROY T. COLEMAN

KENT DAUGHTREY

WILLIAM F. DUNN

JEAN EDWARDS

JAMES EICHELIBERGER

HAROLD G. FARRELL

DAVID FENN

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