AL MENAH SHRINERS OASIS OF NASHVILLE DESERT OF TENNESSEE
P.O. BOX 78545 • NASHVILLE, TN 37207 • 615.226.7766 • 1.877.505.7764
VOLUME 3638 • NUMBER • NUMBER 4 2 • • (PUBLISHED MONTHLY EXCEPT JUNE & JULY) & JULY) • • FEBRUARY APRIL 2019 2017
Al Menah Shrine
Little Pops of Love
Al Menah Shrine
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P.O.Box 78545 • Nashville, TN 37207
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The Publication Committee
The Publication Committee
The Divan/Board of Directors
Potentate .................... Randy Frank Williams Hester
The Chief Divan/Board Rabban. .............. . of Directors Horace Scott Perkins Jones III
otentate Assistant .................... Rabban .........Donny ..........Randy Frank Hester Williams Drayton
hief Rabban High Priest ........... & Prophet Horace .......... .Vernon Perkins Scott Blackburn IIIJones
ssistant Oriental Rabban Guide. ..........Randy ........... . Donnie Williams Frank Drayton Wilson
igh Priest Treasurer & Prophet ....................Wes ........................ Scott Jones
riental Recorder. Guide ...................Robert Donnie Drayton
reasurer Editor. ........................ Maurice Wes Frye Smmith Smith
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*Clyde Patton S. Whitley
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*J. Harry Murphy
*J. Harry Murphy *John D. *James
*Marshall Whalley J. White
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*J. Coleman J. White Hayes
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*Donald *G. Cooper R. Holt Dunning
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*C. V. Hayes Cramb
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*Lee L. Gamble
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*R. R. Clark
*J. P. Foster *Fred H. Gay, Jr.
*Jerry N. Tate
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*William Raine *Gale Robinson James A. Campbell
*Fred H. Gay, Jr.
R. C. Derivaux *Hugh F. Smith, Jr.
*Hugh F. Smith, Jr. *C. V. Cramb *Claude G. Southall
James A. Campbell
Oren A. Oliver *W. A. Bryan
*W. A. Bryan *J. Nelson *W.
*Claude Bryan B. Lawson
Lee L. Gamble *Charles L. Cornelius
*Charles L. Cornelius*Robert *Gale Battle *W. B.
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Hugh F. Smith, Jr. Templeton
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*James F. Scalf,
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Stahlman *Claude Jack G. Southall
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*Zack *David S. P. Parrish, Brumfield Sr.
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*James F. *R. *George Scalf, Parker Jr. Cook Graham
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*William H. *R. B. Parker Parker JonesToler
J. Clark Akers *W. *W. B. B. Hager
Jack C. Phelps *R. H. Parker T. McNaney Toler
R. E. Baulch *O. *O. Lynn Meek
*David P. James *R. Brumfield T. McNaney L. Ham
Thomas E. *Jack *Jack Doss Norman
*Zack S. *Charles James Parrish, L. Ham Sr. H. Williams
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*Robert William E. Charles Newman H. D. Williams Jones
*C. H. H. Smith
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*R. Parker John Graham L. B. Weaver, Robinson III
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*T. W. W. Bray, Jr.
*R. T. McNaney
Joe BellL. Greer
*James R. Cox
Charles Ronny L. E. Greer Cardwell
Jack Norman *Paul R. R. Jarratt
James L. J. Charles
Ham Franklin E. Cardwell “Jay” Scalf, III
James J. Vaughn *J. *J. Sumpter Anderson
Charles Conley H. J. Franklin Williams Dykes “Jay” Scalf, III
C. H. Smith *Hugh W. Robertson
William David Conley D. Jones Smith Dykes
Fred C. Laskey *M. T. T. Gossett
John L. Weaver, Jim David Cain Smith III
Ivo A. Burton *Joe C. Carr
Gale B. Robinson *Mike Jim Cain Martin
T. W. Bray, *James Jr. T. Hayes
Joe Bell *Johnny *Mike Martin Dudley
James R. Cox *E. Lee Bennett
Ronny L. David *Johnny GreerWantland
Paul R. Jarratt *Orris E. E. Davis
Charles Melvin E. David Cardwell Wantland Meadows
J. Sumpter *Raymond AndersonH. Leathers J. Franklin Dennis Melvin “Jay” Meadows Belford Scalf, III
David Dennis Vaughn Belford
*James N. Stansell
M. T. Gossett
David E. Vaughn Barnes
*John E. Patton Stansell Mike Carl E. Van Barnes Sant
Joe C. Carr
Jim CainJeff Mike Head Van Sant
James T. Hayes
*Mike Martin Frank Jeff Head Hester
E. Lee Bennett
*Johnny Horace DudleyPerkins III
Orris E. Davis
David Wantland * Deceased
Raymond H. Leathers Melvin Meadows
Hilry H. Shaffer
*James N. David Vaughn
We were certainly humbled for the wonderful turnout for
our public installation. Thanks again to Donna and Sam
Isbell and the Daughters of the Nile for a beautiful reception
Appreciation also goes out to Howard Rodriguez and
Donnie Drayton for the great job they did with our driver’s
meeting on January 12. The captains and ambassadors met
immediately afterwards and everyone seems ready and
invigorated for a new Shrine year ahead.
In spite of our cold and rainy weather as of late, we had a
successful first stated meeting. I hope everyone enjoyed our
tailgate party as we got ready for the East-West Shrine game
in Tampa. It was a honor to attend that game as Potentate of
the home temple of our Imperial Potentate. The large number
that attended the Imperial Cruise was glad to escape the
January Tennessee weather and enjoy some sunshine.
I hope everyone is making plans to attend our “Love to
the Rescue” Valentine party on February 16. We will be
spotlighting our hospitals that night and enjoying the sounds
of the Nashville Jazz Cats. Check with the office, a Divan
member or Mike Villines, Jr. for tickets.
We have received several new membership applications
already this year. Thanks to Keith Taylor, our membership
chairman, for his enthusiasm and hard work already
From the desk of...
CHIEF RABBAN RABBAN
The year is off and running. If you didn’t get a
chance to go on the Imperial Potentate, Jim
Cain’s trip, it was a blast! We will need
all hands on deck for the 2019 Imperial
Session in Nashville at the end of June.
if you have not signed up for something,
just ask one of the Divan members, we
will get you in contact with the right
The Valentine’s Dinner is coming up fast,
so if you do not have a ticket, stop by the front
office or see a Divan member. Illustrious Sir Randy Williams and
his team have planned a wonderful evening for all. Hope to see
everyone there and bring your dancing shoes.
Make sure to keep all of our sick nobles in our prayers. If you get a
chance to call them, then they would appreciate that very much.
I started my day this morning having to
deal with the most stupid, cantankerous,
hardheaded jackass I ever met in my life.
The whole time I am trying to help him,
he’s trying to kick me down the road—
oh, I bet y’all thought I was talking
about a Clown! No, not this time; I was
working on a donkey who needed his
hooves trimmed. Working with difficult
farm animals is good practice for serving
ASSISTANT RABBAN on
Speaking of the Divan, I wanted remind the
Nobility that we need any small cars, go carts or other potential
parade vehicles that may be gathering dust in your garage. Even
if you can’t drive it or don’t think it would run, call us and let us
try. The Imperial parade is coming to town and we need to put on
a show. Signing off for now from Donkeyland.
HIGH PRIEST AND PROPHET
Al Menah has been full sprint since day 1 of
2019. What a blessed and memorable year
we’re each going to experience here at Al
Menah. We have many great upcoming
events, and who could forget Shriners
Imperial Session will be in our very own
backyard. Shriners from all over the
world are scheduled to descend upon our
great city in just a few short months. I’m
inviting each of you to get involved. Let’s
make sure Al Menah Shriners, Imperial Sir
Jim Cain, and our beloved city are forever
remembered as the one of the best in Shriners
International history. What role will you play in our success?
HIGH We’re PRIEST kickstarting AND February PROPHET with
some “Love to the Rescue”.
I trust you’ve identified someone deserving of your unit or clubs
two dinner ticket sponsorship? Each of us know someone that has
consistently gone above and beyond to help Shriners Hospitals for
Children in some fashion. What about the store owner or manager
that welcomes you to stand in their store front the first weekend of
May? Perhaps the restaurant manager that hosts your Shrine Club
each month? What better way to show them your appreciation than
treating them to an evening of dinner and dancing?
Speaking of Valentine’s and dancing, I should take this opportunity
to address the “elephant in the room” per say. I’m certain by now
you’ve heard the rumors that your newly installed Assistant Rabban
Don Drayton had planned to attend the Valentine’s Dinner dressed as
Cupid. I can’t imagine the nauseating sensation those in attendance
would have experienced as they witnessed Donnie prancing across
the dance floor in his lil red onesie with bow and arrow by his side.
The unfortunate sight you just visualized will no doubt haunt you
for some time, but thankfully, will never come to fruition. In fact, by
the time Donnie is reading this, he will have spent the last two weeks
on the phone tracking a lost shipment that was never lost. Unware,
all this time that the Divan successfully intercepted the package,
and properly disposed of it, never to be seen again. Perhaps using
Brick Church Pike as the shipping address, wasn’t such a great idea.
I didn’t even know people still ordered merchandise from Oriental
Trading. Laughter truly is the best medicine. If you aren’t laughing,
you aren’t living. In all seriousness, please do make plans to join us,
spend some quality time with your fellow nobles and their ladies,
and enjoy the evening, Cupid free.
Always remember, you can make a difference in the positive
direction of our fraternity. Introduce someone you know to Masonry.
The life you impact today, will impact the lives of others tomorrow.
As always, THANK YOU for all that you do in support of Al
Menah and Shriners Hospitals for Children.
High Priest and Prophet
It was great to see our Imperial Potentate,
Jim Cain and Lady Patsy as well as some
of Al Menah’s nobility representing us
at this year’s Rose Bowl Parade.
This year is off to a fun start with the
East-West Shrine game and Imperial
Cruise. Let’s keep the party going
with the Valentine’s event on February
16th, be sure and get your tickets and
join us for some great fellowship and live
Well we’re off for the Imperial Potentate’s cruise in a few
days and I’m a little concerned because the theme song from
Gilligan’s Island keeps playing in my head. I have a picture of
Donnie as the Skipper and Vernon as Gilligan. Of course, Randy
and Beth are the Howells, Scott would be the professor, I’d be
the poor guy who blunders onto the island I suppose. I’ll let you
know how this plays out upon our return. That is, if we’re not
marooned on an Island somewhere. Oriental Guide
From the First Lady
Happy New Year everyone!
Randy and I are certainly excited and humbled to begin this new Shrine Year. Thanks to everyone who attended
the Public Installation on January 6. It was a beautiful day and we had a wonderful crowd.
We had a great group of ladies that met in the vision center January 15 for our Ladies program kickoff and
planning meeting. Many good ideas and lots of good information was shared. We will be meeting again February
19 at 5:30 for finger foods and to make no-sew blankets and pillows to have for our vans for our Shrine
patients to be a little more comfortable during their trip.
We also will be collecting small bottles of water to send with them and our drivers. Watch your emails
for more detailed information about this event. If you are not getting the ladies emails, please let me know at
firstname.lastname@example.org so we can be sure that you are getting all the up-to-date information.
I hope everyone is planning on attending the Valentine Party on February 16. Tickets are $18 for a single
and $35 for a couple. We will be spotlighting our Shrine patients that night and have lined up a wonderful jazz
group, the Nashville Jazzcats, for entertainment. We promise it will be a great time for you and your sweetheart!
2019 First Lady
In the January edition of the Shriner, on the cover under the Oriental Guide,
Lady Valerie’s name is misspelled. There was a typo “a” at the end of Valerie’s
name that should have been “e”. We apologize that this was not caught.
Frank Wilson &
16 Temple Valentine Dinner
23 Grand lodge Officers Luncheon
DeMolay Sweetheart Banquet
7–9 SESCA Mid Winter (Pigeon Forge)
16 Erin Irish day Parade
26–28 Tennessee Grand Lodge
AS OF THIS PUBLICATION – SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Burn Awareness Week is Feb. 3-9, 2019, and Shriners
Hospitals for Children® will use the week to kick off a yearlong
campaign focused on teaching everyone to “Be Burn
Aware,” especially at home.
Shriners Hospitals for Children and Shriners International
are committed to raising awareness about burn prevention in
order to reduce the number of pediatric burn injuries. The
Burn Awareness Week program is part of that effort.
Numerous educational resources and promotional aids in
support of burn awareness and prevention are available
Burn prevention is a key endeavor of Shriners Hospitals for Children, which is why the health
care system began its Burn Awareness campaigns more than 20 years ago. Burn Awareness
Week is a kick-off to a year-long campaign. The 2019 week-long recognition will be February
The Burn Awareness campaign
Fraternity members, hospital employees and the public can visit beburnaware.org to order
educational materials at no charge.
Quick facts about burn injuries
Every hour approximately 16 children are injured from fires or
burns. Eighty-five percent of all fire-related deaths are due to home
fires, which spread rapidly and can leave families as little as two
minutes to escape once an alarm sounds.
In 2012, more than 136,000 children across the country,
including more than 67,000 children 4 and under, were injured due
to a fire or burn and treated in emergency rooms.
In 2013, 126,035 children ages 19 and under were seen in
emergency rooms for fire and burn injuries
Scald burns, caused by hot liquids or steam, are more common
types of burn-related injuries among young children, compared to
contact burns, caused by direct contact with fire, which are more
common among older children
Additional materials designed for fraternity members to promote the awareness
campaign are available on Shriners Village at shrinersvillage.com.
Introducing the Shriners Hospitals
for Children 2018-2019 National
Lily, age 18, from Paducah, Kentucky, was born
with fibular hemimelia, meaning she did not have a
fibula, the outer thin bone that runs from the knee to
the ankle, in her right leg. She underwent a Syme’s amputation, which is an amputation done
through the ankle joint that helps to preserve the heel pad, and she received her first prosthesis a
few months later.
When Lily was 18 months old, she became a patient of Vishwas Talwalkar, M.D., pediatric
orthopaedic surgeon at Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center — Lexington, in
Kentucky. Over time, Lily has undergone five surgeries at the Lexington Shriners Medical
Center to straighten her remaining right leg, and has received several prosthetic limbs.
Lily used to play soccer and dance, including performing in The Great Russian Nutcracker with
the Moscow Ballet. She completed two youth triathlons, served many times as a page in the
Kentucky General Assembly, and was a member in the Paducah Symphony Youth Chorus. She
continues to play piano, both as part of her studies at the University of Kentucky, and as an
Lily recently completed her freshman year at the University of Kentucky. She earned a
scholarship to the University of Kentucky Lewis Honors College, for admission into the Honors
Program. She is studying to be a nurse because of the care she has received at the Lexington
Shriners Medical Center, with a minor in music. “I hope to be a nurse at Shriners Hospitals for
Children after graduating,” said Lily. “It is my dream to help provide the same care I received all
my life to others, as a way to show my gratitude for the Shriners health care system.”
Riley, now age 17, was born with the genetic condition hereditary multiple exostoses
(HME), which causes irregular bone growth. Exostoses are more commonly known as “bone
spurs,” which typically grow on the end of long bones during childhood and adolescence. In
Riley’s case, physicians discovered growths from nearly head to toe through a full body X-ray
when he was 14 months old.
Riley has been a very active patient ambassador for the Tampa Shriners Hospital for several
years, and represented the hospital as a standard bearer at the Shriners Hospitals for Children
Open in Las Vegas in 2017
Riley is very generous, and eager to help others. He mentors Theodore, another child with the
same rare condition, which Riley describes as being “one of the best things that happened to me
this year.” Theodore’s mom has said that meeting Riley and his family gave them hope.
Riley’s parents are thankful for the constant care provided by the Tampa Shriners Hospital
staff. They have seen drastic improvements over the years, which has enabled the high school
student to remain active in basketball and other physical activities. “I will always have this
condition, which has given me a new perspective on life,” said Riley. “This disorder isn’t a
crutch; it isn’t an excuse. It’s a reminder of all the amazing people I have met.”
Al Menah Shrine Valentine Party
Please Join Us Saturday Evening Feb. 16 th 2019
Doors Open at 5:30pm
Love to the Rescue Program at 6:00pm
Dinner at 6:30pm
Cost $35.00 per couple
$18.00 single tickets
Music provided by The Nashville Jazz Cats
See a Member of the Divan or In the office for tickets!
2018 was a busy year for the Al Menah
Clowns and with new officers and new
schedules 2019 looks to be just as busy.
We are ready to start putting smiles on
We had a clown kickoff lunch and we
will start skit practice to get ready for the
clown jamboree in Gatlinburg, which will
be here before you know it.
Thank you to all the 2018 officers for
a great year and congratulations to the
newly elected divan for 2019.
As always, thank you for what you do
to support the hospitals and please keep
our sick brothers in your prayers.
Clay “Flat Top “ Hedgepath
The New Year has begun and I hope everyone
had a wonderful holiday. As we
move into 2019 Captain Fred Lysak has
many events planned, and will continue
to focus on growth and attendance. If
you have any new ideas we would love to
The paper sale will be here before
you know it, so get those plaques sold.
I wish you all a great year.
Lt. Joe Anderson
What an exciting year we have ahead of
us. Thanks to Don Estes for preparing
and outstanding dinner. We were excited
to see new noble Jim Timmerman who
attended our last meeting.
Thanks to all nobles who participated
in the work day in our unit room.
The Greeters Unit is looking forward
to the Imperial Session coming to Al
Menah this year and encourages all greeters
Legion of Honor
As the Legion of Honor commences its
2019 year we have what we consider to
be a busy and gratifying year ahead. On
December 15th, the new Legion of Honor
Officers were installed by the illustrious
Potentate Horace Perkins III at our annual
Christmas Dinner. We also had a special
guest in attendance. Noble Eddie Daffen,
a member of the International Legion of
Honor, who is a member of the Khiva
Temple in Texas was present and spoke to
the members. The Names and positions
provided below are the Officers should
you need to contact one of them:
Steve Singleton-Vice Commander
Jason Robinson—Lt. Commander
Eugene Ornes-----Finance officer
We are dedicated to the recruitment of
new members to the Al Menah Temple
and to our Legion of Honor, which include
those members of the Temple who
are military veterans and are not associated
with any active organization already.
We, in the Legion are looking toward a
very productive year in that respect. We
have had a couple of our active members,
beginning in January, transfer their
membership to Life Membership. Those
individuals are Harry Dunn and Gene
Hardiman. They have been valuable
members of the Legion of Honor for
many years and we will miss them at our
meetings. They have both promised to
stay in touch and help were they could.
We wish them the very best as I am sure
those who have known these men over
the years will do as well.
As those who have been attending the
Shrines stated meeting in the recent past
know that we have added a trumpeter to
our Color Guard by the name of Stewart
Long. He has been and will continue to
be a great addition to that ceremony and
we look forward to seeing were else he
can benefit the legion and the Shrine.
In February we will be participating in
our annual South East Shrine Association
LOH Mid Winter Meeting in Gatlinburg.
Last August we won the SESA LOH
competition and we will be bringing
home the trophy when we return in February.
The Commander for the SESA this
year is our own Noble Robert Silva and
we here at the Al Menah Legion of Honor
have pledged our support to him.
The Legion of Honor has rewritten
their Constitution and By-Laws, which
will be in the hands of the Divan soon
for review and approval. A copy will be
made available to any organization or
club that deems it needs one.
This is all the news for know with
more to follow,
Wayne R. Steele
And just like that…it’s a NEW YEAR
with one month in the history books! I
think we are off to a good start! New
direction, new leadership, new ideas. It’s
a wise man who understands that every
day is a new beginning as he leaves behind
the old chapters of last year’s novel
to make way for a new one, a new year
filled with happiness, cheer and smiles.
Congratulations to the 2019 Divan!
Let’s make a resolution to work together
towards a great year!
To quote a fellow Brother, “Tomorrow
is the first blank page of a 365 page book.
Write a good one.” ~ Brad Paisley
Happy Valentines to All – Share the
Shrine Club News
Williamson County Shrine Club
Welcome to our all our new Club Officers
Our new President is Dale Pewitt and
he has done it before! The club should be
in good hands.
Jerry Rosson is the Captain of the
WCSC Motor Division, and we are
looking for new members. Our Motor
Division has lots of fun in the Shrine
Parades and you will too once you get in!
We have Golf Carts – Dune Buggies
and a Classy Car Division which includes
- Convertibles, Hot Rods, and Antique
Cars. If you have one of these vehicles
or would like to acquire one, please come
on down and we can help you become
one of our members.
Our Club meets on the third Thursday
of the Month, 6:00 pm at the Sportsman’s
Grille in Cool Springs. Their address is:
1640 Westgate Circle, Brentwood, TN
37027. We have an interesting program
each Month to entertain you. Come on
down, visit with us and have some fun!
You will be glad you did.
Our number one thing is helping
raise money for the Shrine Hospitals for
Children and our number two thing is to
have fun doing it. Thank you for all who
helped WCSC have a successful year in
Nobles, please remember to thank
God, every day for the freedom we enjoy
in this Great Country!
Shriners Help Children!
The Nashville Shrine Club Luncheon
The Nashville Shrine Club Luncheon has a new meeting location:
Santa Fe Cattle Co.
2520 Music Valley Dr.
Nashville, TN 37214
Meetings are every Wednesday at 11:00am. Come out and enjoy the fellowship and fun!
About the First Lady’s Program — Little POPS of Love
Patsy Cain, First Lady of Shriners International, knows firsthand the difference access to
quality orthotics can make. Her in-laws, the parents of Imperial Potentate Jim Cain, both had
polio and lived bravely and admirably with the aftereffects of the virus. Had today’s braces and
other devices been available to them, their lives may have been easier.
Lady Patsy invites you to join her in Supporting the Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic
Services (POPS) program of Shriners Hospitals for Children®.
Paper Sale Donation from Kroger
On Monday, 7/18 Potentate Jeff Head and members of the Williamson
County Shrine Club were with Kroger Management at their Belle
Meade store where they presented a $1,000.00 to us for the Shrine
Hospitals for Children. The Kroger Manager was an acquaintance of
Scotty and Teresa Travis who put this together for the Al Menah Shrine
Hospitals for Children Paper Sale.
This is a portion of a message from Phyllis Berry, wife of this
Kroger Store Manager, Michael Berry.
Let me tell you, our son was a Shrine Hospital patient
and we are forever grateful The experience was an
awakening in humanity. The care was phenomenal. The
friendship my family made. The support from the men in
your fraternity was phenomenal. We thank you for all you
and your members do for children across the country.
Butch Mayes, WCSC
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CHARLES P. CHISENA
07/21/36 – 01/10/19
W. C. JACOBS
05/30/36 – 01/13/19
MARK F. MILLER
Cumberland City, TN
05/19/55 – 01/11/19
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