Vol. 79 June-July 2021 No. 4
Rajah Shrine Legion of Honor
In this issue:
- Highlights of the Pote’s Ball & Ladies Meat Bingo
- A True American Hero and Fellow Noble Audie Murphy
- Worthy of Mention, a new feature
2021 POTE’S PICNIC
Wednesday, August 4th
RAJAH SHRINE COMPLEX
221 Orchard Road, Reading, PA 19605
CDC Guidelines will be followed
Gates Open at 10:00 AM Clams
Serving 12:00 PM-4:00 PM
Ceremonial at 11: 00 AM
Followed by Cold Sands
Serving Clams at 1:00 PM
Corn on the cob
TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE
400 TICKETS MUST BE SOLD BY JULY 14th
MAXIMUM TICKETS SOLD WILL BE 500
NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD
AFTER JULY 21st OR AT THE GATE
Purchase your ticket from a Divan Member,
The Rajah Shrine Website www.rajahshrine.org,
or at the Rajah Shrine Office.
Mail a self-addressed stamped envelope
with your check made Payable to:
RAJAH SHRINE, PO BOX 40, BLANDON, PA 19510
Shrine Members $40 / Blue Lodge Masons $45
Tickets purchased between July 14th—July 21st
Shrine Members $45 / Blue Lodge Masons $50
The Potentate’s Message
Es Selamu Aleikum
I would like to start by thanking all of those that were able to
participate in our Good Friday breakfast. We not only had good food but heard a very
touching message by our own Reverend David Newhart. We shall never forget the true
meaning of Easter.
Next, I would like to say how truly honored I was for the overwhelming support at
the Potentate’s Ball, held at the Double Tree in Reading. A fun evening was had by all
and we enjoyed the good music and fellowship. I can’t thank the Aides enough, and
especially our Chief Aides, Mic and Beth Frey, for all their hard work and dedication
to make this event so special.
The week after the Ball, we attempted a new fundraising venture. The Divan and
their Ladies held a Meat Bingo at the Shrine Complex. We had nearly 190 players in
attendance and we look forward to seeing how financially successful this event was.
Again, thank you for everyone’s help.
In looking ahead into next month, we have the Pote’s Golf Outing, Cigar Night,
and Legion of Honor Commander’s Ball. Then in July, the voting Divan Members will
be attending Imperial Sessions in Houston, Texas. This is traditionally a fun and very
informative meeting addressing both fraternal and hospital topics.
I have been trying to attend the majority of your Clubs and Units meetings and events so far this
year. It has been a pleasure getting to know many of you better and I charge you to get others involved
and be creative in your thinking and ideas to continue to excel for our children. Never forget our
Yours in the Faith,
ALIEKUM ES SELAM
Attest: Les A. Werley, Recorder
In Honor of a Masonic Hero......................................................5
Lebanon Shrine Club .....................................................6
2021 Pote’s Trip..............................................................6
Hospital Joe HaganServices........................................................... 9
Sportsmen’s Recorder Raffle........................................................10
Schuylkill Shrine Club..................................................11
On This Month's Cover
Nobles appearing on the the cover: Sitting L-R Peter Laspopoulos, Scott Miller, Barry Weisser
Standing L-R Clinton Starkey, Robert DeWolf, James Cocuzza, Raymond Ayers
NOTICE - NOTICE
THE RAJAH SHRINE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON:
MONDAY, JULY 5, 2021 IN OBSERVANCE OF INDEPENDENCE DAY
THANK YOU - RAJAH SHRINE OFFICE
In This Issue
Forks of the Delaware Tin Lizzies ...............................14
Legion of Honor............................................................16
Potentates on the Water.................................................18
Lehigh Shrine Club.......................................................19
Worthy of Mention........................................................21
The Chaplain’s Study....................................................22
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
KRAIG W. LEIBY
JOSEPH J. HAGAN, SR.
DUANE A. DELLECKER
DONALD G. HEIMBECKER
HIGH PRIEST & PROPHET
RONALD L. SZAPACS
RONALD F. RAPP, P.P.
LES A. WERLEY.
LES A. WERLEY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Every Thursday Evening at the Rajah Shrine Complex
Every Doors Open Thursday at 5:00 - Bingo Evening Starts at 6:30 at the
Every Thursday • Open Evening To The at Public the Rajah • Smoke Shrine Free Complex •
• Refreshments Open at 5:00 Shrine
Available - Bingo Starts Complex
for Purchase at 6:30 •
• Doors Open Open at 5:00 - Bingo Starts at 6:30
Proceeds To The benefit Public Rajah • Smoke Shrine Free and •
Open To The • Public Refreshments are not • Smoke deductible Available Free as • charitable Refreshments for Purchase donations. • Available for Purchase
Proceeds benefit Rajah Shrine and are not deductible as charitable donations.
Proceeds benefit Rajah Shrine and
are not deductible as charitable donations.
CALLING ALL SHRINERS!
Nobles: The Rajah Shrine Membership numbers listed below are the Nobles who still owe 2021 dues
per our Temple records. If by chance you have misplaced your dues notice or you didn’t receive a notice
due to a recent address change, please contact the Recorder at 610-916-9000, to assist you in taking
care of this matter. If you have paid your 2021 dues within the past month, thank you for your payment!
Les A. Werley, Recorder
19175 20234 20367 20634 20694 21191 21632 21902 21967 2 2 0 6 2
22252 23164 23848 23891 23934 24091 24129 24152 24212 2 4 2 3 1
24261 24518 24581 24624 24632 24742 24786 24796 24806 2 5 2 1 9
25294 25335 25390 25405 25549 25711 25758 26525 26658 2 6 8 4 2
27059 27089 27154 27323 27415 27470 27532 27534 27583 2 7 6 0 7
27615 27639 27720 27779 27932 27973 28020 28021 28033 2 8 0 6 5
28078 28109 28133 28199 28211 28401 28402 28488 28538 2 8 5 5 3
28592 28608 28662 28671 28680 28767 28786 28796 28810 2 8 8 1 5
28816 28841 28842 28843 28851 28855 28865 28869 28870 2 8 8 7 7
28879 28902 28903 28918 28943 28953 28978 28998
Well, we have completed our first campout of the season.
Although the weather was not ideal, the sun was shining. Cold
winds keep us in our campers most of the time, and due to the
high wind, a campfire was out of the question.
We did manage to get together for a brief meeting to discuss
future events and other assorted topics. However, we could not
hold an official meeting because there were not enough members
for a quorum.
Walter Lamm CEREMONIALS
May is a troublesome month for camping. The weather is
Mini-Ceremonials unpredictable shall shall and be seldom be at the at the cooperative. discretion
But we make the best of
Potentate. To the To schedule, not so perfect please please weather contact contact conditions. the the recorder After recorder all, at we are at outside and
among friends. How much
better can it get? So come and join us, if you are the outdoor
type. Even if you are not, we can retreat indoors when necessary.
Be safe, be healthy and be happy. And camp on!
Noble Audie Murphy pictured with
decorations in 1945
A scene from the autobiographical
movie "To Hell and Back"
IN HONOR OF A
By Sam Ellis
We asked the Legion of Honor’s Honor Guard to appear
on this issue’s cover to recognize and pay tribute to those
fellow Masons and Shriners who have served.
Memorial Day was just a week or so ago and July 4th is
coming up soon. This is a period for honoring our veterans
and uniformed military personnel who serve and have served
across this land and abroad. It is a time to recognize the
selfless service of those in the Armed Forces who dedicate
and have dedicated their lives in the service of our country.
Many are Masons and Shriners, and one in particular
stands out in American military history. Brother Audie Leon
Murphy is a legend and a hero for all times. Audie came from
humble roots and with little formal education to become
our nation’s most decorated soldier during World War II,
amassing 33 awards, decorations, and citations.
From private to Company Commander, 15th Infantry
Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division, Audie Murphy campaigned
in North Africa, on the long road up the Italian Peninsula and
through Southern France.
He was wounded on January 25, 1945, during the battle
for the Colmar Pocket. It was during this action where he earned the Medal of
Honor for his single-handed defeat of an estimated 250 enemy soldiers and six
tanks. For over one hour he remained alone atop a burning tank destroyer calling
artillery adjustments and manning a .50 caliber machine gun. He was personally
responsible for protecting his sector and certainly saving his unit from destruction.
Murphy was 19 years old at the time. His wounds kept him from accepting an
appointment to West Point.
After the war, Murphy’s national celebrity status brough him to the attention of
He went on to have a prolific country music songwriting and acting career,
starring in 44 feature films, including the movie adaption of his autobiography, To
Hell and Back.
He became interested Masonry in the early 1950s. Brother Audie went on the hold
dual membership in Lodge No. 542 and Lodge No. 764, both in North Hollywood.
He took his 32-degree work at the Scottish Rite Temple in Dallas, Texas.
Noble Audie became
a Shriner at the Hella
Temple in Dallas on
November 15, 1957. He later became affiliated with Moolah
Shrine in St Louis. Audie was also decorated a Knight Commander
of the Court of Honor (KCCH) on December 11, 1965. Audie was
made a “Master of the Royal Secret” in the Valley of Dallas, Orient
of Texas, on November 14, 1965.
Audie Murphy died in a plane crash in Virginia in 1971, which
was shortly before his 46th birthday. He was interred with military
honors at Arlington National Cemetery, where his grave is one of the
LEBANON SHRINE CLUB
– Rajah Shrine 2020 Trip: Music & Rails in West Virginia –
Awhile back, after an especially important planning meeting, an email was sent out by the Rajah Shrine
Office requesting help at the Pote’s Picnic and Sportsman’s Raffle. John Heywood’s words have never
been truer. “Many hands make light work“ and especially “Teamwork divides the task and multiplies the
success.” In my opinion that last quote was written about Rajah Shrine. I have seen success in the past and
now we must do it again. Sure, we need Nobles and Ladies to serve food etc., at these events. It also means
a few more
and encourage others to
attend. It all leads to success. That kind of help and support is very important. I am sure we will succeed again.
Ride the Rails in West Virginia & Greenbrier Bunker Tour, June 25 - 28, 2020
Speaking of success.... The Lebanon County Shrine Club has increased the attendance numbers. Thanks to Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby
and Experience his crew of the Pot-Pie charm eaters, of the the club southern is doing rails, OK. By music the way...the and the Illustrious history of Sir, the is south. a cheap date. He only eats lettuce and gives
his dessert away, so try to sit close to him, if you can. We also had a visit from a neighboring Shrine Club and we will reciprocate
Mertz, president of Schuylkill for the visit.
- Roundtrip We still meet transportation the 4th Monday via private 6:30 motorcoach p.m. at Heisey’s equipped Diner, with Route reclining 72 North seats of Lebanon. and restroom The bar is now open, Ladies are
- always 3-nights’ welcome hotel and accommodations dress is casual with in Elkins no fez and required. Lewisburg, Just give West us a Virginia call and let us know how many are coming so we do not
run out of lettuce for the Potentate.
- Ride aboard the diesel-powered Cheat Mountain Salamander and the coal-fired steam engine Durbin Rocket
- Enjoy evening performances of the Gandy Dancer Dinner Theatre and “The Greatest Show on Rails”
- Tour the Cold War Era Bunker at Greenbrier Resort built to house U.S. Congress in the event of a nuclear attack
- Services of a professional Boscov’s Travel Escort
It sure is great to be able to attend some meetings again.
Going forward we still have to work through the government restrictions still in place to “to keep us
safe”, “to flatten the curve” and “get vaccinated”. Frustrating at times, yet we’re doing all that and plans
are underway to hold events and get Rajah rolling again. Let’s have some fun and fellowship again.
Rajah Shrine 2021
– Rajah Shrine 2020 Trip: Cruise to Canada & New England –
Illustrious Sir Kraig & Lady Janet
Join Chief Rabban Marvin and Lady Marie Miller on a
Cruise to Canada & New England aboard the
Norwegian Breakaway, Sept 27 - Oct 4, 2020
ARK ENCOUNTER & CREATION MUSEUM -
WILLIAMSTOWN & PETERSBURG, KY
Come join friends on a cruise to Canada and New England to see the best
of the changing seasons.
NEW DATE - October 28 - 31, 2021
Included in this trip:
YOUR ARK ENCOUNTER AND CREATION MUSEUM TOUR INCLUDES
- Roundtrip transportation to the Manhattan Cruise Terminal with included baggage handling
• Round trip transportation via private Elite motorcoach equipped with reclining seats and restroom.
• Three (3) nights
one (1) night,
OH; one (1) night,
of a Boscov’s
KY; and one (1)
Inn, Lewisburg, WV.
- The Ultimate Beverage • Five (5) included Package meals: three for (3) the breakfasts, first two guests (2) dinners. per • Guided cabin tour ($800 of Frank Lloyd per Wright's person Fallingwater, value) Mill Run, PA
- Four-meal • Admission to specialty the Ark Encounter, dining Williamstown, for the first KY. This two full sized guests Noah's per Ark, the cabin largest and timber up framed to $100 building on in the board world, credit is built to the dimensions found in the
Bible and includes three (3) decks of exhibits about the Flood, Noah and the animals.
- Includes all meals
to the Creation Museum,
exhibits bring the pages of the Bible to life.
Learn more at our upcoming • Dinner presentation: Detective Murder Mystery Sunday, Dinner Show, October Cincinnati, 20, OH 2019 following the
calendar meeting at Rajah Shrine Complex, 221 Orchard Rd., Reading, PA.
• Bunker Tour at The Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Springs, WV - Tour the former Top-Secret Cold War Era Bunker built to house the U.S. Congress in the event of a
Travel arrangements by Boscov’s Travel, 800.782.5605
Stated Meeting - April 21, 2021
Illustrious Sir's key messages were to encourage everyone to be safe and to promote fellowship. And to get out and participate in your club
and Rajah activities. By doing that, we can hasten Rajah Shrine’s return to normal and be a better Temple for it.
During the meeting it was announced that Chandler Lodge No. 227 of West Reading
donated $5,000 to the Philadelphia Shriners Hospital for Children.
Illustrious Sir Kraig Leiby conducted his first
Stated Meeting for 2021
Recorder Les Werley called the
meeting to order with a flair!
Kenneth Flynn, Hospital Ambassador, leaned
over the mic to address a question.
Dwayne Miller is the Captain of the
Guard for 2021
ATTENTION ALL NOBLES - STATED MEETING
WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 2021
Please be advised that a stated meeting of the Nobility of the
Rajah Shriners will be held at 7:00 PM, Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in the
Banquet Hall at the Rajah Shriners Complex,
221 Orchard Road, Reading, PA 19605.
The business of the meeting will be to present to the body, discuss and vote, if
necessary, on the following items:
• To vote on candidates for creation, affiliation and restoration.
• Any other business that may lawfully come before the body.
Illustrious Sir Kraig W. Leiby, Potentate
ATTEST: Les A. Werley, Recorder
FOR MASA 2021 ROOM RESERVATIONS !!!
We have 20 rooms available, first come first serve basis, till June 15, 2021.
Sheraton Oceanfront Hotel, 3501 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, Va 23451
$549.00 Per Couple/$499. 00 Single
Price includes three nights lodging and Pre-Registration
Extra Nights Lodging available at extra cost.
“DO NOT CALL HOTEL, ALL RESERVATIONS MADE THRU RAJAH OFFICE”
*****Rooms are Limited Reserve “NOW”*****
***w/Payment of $150.00 by June 15 th , Balance due by July 30 th !***
LADIES LUNCHEON – Friday, September 10, 2021, HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE VIRGINIA BEACH HILTON,
3001 ATLANTIC AVE. PRICE IS $40.00 PER LADY (INCLUDES ONE FREE DRINK).
NO CANCELLATIONS AFTER AUGUST 1 ST WITHOUT LOSS OF ONE NIGHTS
DEPOSIT AND PRE-REGISTRATION.
DETACH AND RETURN TO ADMINISTRATION OFFICE.
_____Noble & Lady - $549.00 per couple – Children age 12 and under FREE
_____Two Nobles - $549.00 (EXTRA NOBLE ADD $50.00 PER NOBLE)
_____One Noble - $499.00
RESERVE________EXTRA DAY(S) – DATE ARRIVING____________________DATE DEPARTING_____________________
_____LADIES LUNCHEON – Friday, September 10, 2021, HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE VIRGINIA BEACH HILTON,
3001 ATLANTIC AVE. PRICE IS $40.00 PER LADY (INCLUDES ONE FREE DRINK).
NOBLE’S NAME__________________________________________LADIES NAME____________________________________
UNIT/CLUB_________________________SHRINE #_____________DAYTIME PHONE_________________________________
RETURN FORM AND CHECK OR CREDIT CARD INFO TO: RAJAH SHRINE, P O BOX 40, BLANDON, PA 19510
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: RAJAH SHRINE
VISA MASTERCARD DISCOVER AMERICAN EXPRESS AMOUNT OF PAYMENT_________________.
NAME ON CARD__________________________________________EXP. DATE _____/_____
We finally were able to hold a meeting in
May with the results below on future events.
Director Barry Reed has informed the
Director’s Staff that he will not be attending
the Shrine Director’s Association Convention
that was rescheduled for August because it
will conflict with the Pote’s Picnic where he is
responsible for directing the second section of
the Ceremonial. If you attend the Pote’s Picnic
and can help at the second section or with jewelry
sales for a short time, please stop by the jewelry
tent. It will be greatly appreciated!
We want to recognize one of our own. Noble
Mic Frey, the Chief Aide to the Potentate, is also our treasurer and oversees
our jewelry sales at most of the Rajah events. Mic is also in charge of the
food kitchen on Bingo nights. Great work, Mic!
The Girardville Parade rescheduled for September 2021 now has been
canceled until 2022. No other parades for 2021 have responded with any
dates or cancellations.
At our last meeting, it was voted on to inspect our 1952 fire truck to insure
that it is safe to drive in or to events. Nobles Barry Reed and Mic Frey will have
the truck and small cars ready when the parade season opens up again. The unit
thanks them for their hard work in maintaining the vehicles.
We will be having a Margarita Nite with our friends the Rajah Clowns at the
complex on October 8, 2021. It’s a great time to thank your lady for her support
all year. There will be great food, music and camel’s milk. See any Director’s
Staff officer for tickets.
That’s all the news for this issue from the Director’s staff. Stay Safe!
Carl "Mic" Frey in Girardville Parade 2019
Director Barry Reed
The Hospital Service Unit continues to transport patients regardless of restrictions placed on our society.
The Shrine Hospital continues to monitor all personnel entering the hospital. Although their requirements
are eased a bit, they are still vigilant.
The friendly and personable hospital staff has everyone’s good health and safety as their goal - not just
the young patients, but the transportation providers as well.
Keep in mind that our Hospital Service Unit relies on your support. Without everyone’s financial
Walter Lamm provide this
service to the
patients. With that in mind, the HSU
will be conducting a raffle this year.
Tickets will be limited. Drawing will be
held at MASA once again. You will not
have to be present to win. The sale of
tickets should commence soon. So, stay
2021 SPORTSMEN’S RAFFLE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021
SOUTH END GUN CLUB
LORANE RD, READING,PA 19606
NOON TO 5:00 PM
100 GUNS WILL BE RAFFLED OFF STARTING AT NOON
10 SELLER TICKET DRAWINGS, 5 MUZZLELOADERS RAFFLED,
50/50 DRAWINGS, TEAR OFFS, BIG WHEEL AND MORE
Food * Beverages * Raffles * Double Serving Lines
Refreshments and Drawings start at 12:00 NOON
Food will be served until 4:30 PM
Beverages will be served until 5:00 PM
All food and beverages must be consumed on the premises.
NO ONE UNDER 18 MAY BE ADMITTED AND NO COOLERS OR PETS
BROUGHT TO THE SOUTH END GUN CLUB
Get your tickets from the Sportsmen’s Raffle Committee or at
the Rajah Shrine Office. Three tickets to a book with a FREE Seller Ticket.
Tickets are $25 each.
PLEASE AVOID WAITING UNTIL THE DAY OF THE EVENT
TO TURN IN YOUR TICKETS WITH PAYMENT.
DRAWINGS OF THE WINNERS START AT NOON
AND YOU MAY MISS OUT ON SOME OF THE DRAWINGS.
We need volunteers to work our biggest fundraiser!
It’s success depends on you! Selling Tickets and working at the event!
Please contact the Recorder at Rajah Shrine (Les Werley) 610-916-9000
Greeting Fellow Nobles
At our interclub Night in April,
twenty Nobles and Ladies had the
“good fortune” of enjoying some
Chinese cuisine at the JA Buffet. For
some this was a new experience. And,
as in the cereal commercial, they tried
it and they liked it!
On Tuesday, June 29, we will try
something different again. Because of
the pandemic, our Ladies Night event
in March was cancelled so, I decided we should have a “Berry
Special Ladies Night Picnic.”
It will be held at the Rajah Shrine Complex Pavilion starting
at 6 p.m. This is a casual – No Fez- catered outdoor picnic.
Come join us and bring some of your favorite games to share.
Did I hear someone mention strawberries and ice cream? RSVP
to Glenn Sattizahn (570-581-1037) Cost is $22.00/person.
I’ll close with this thought. “Life is like a camera – focus on
what is important, capture the good times and develop from the
negatives. And hey, if things don’t work out, just take another
Have a great summer
Hoping everyone had a great
Memorial Day weekend, as we took
time to honor those who served,
fought, and gave their lives so we
could enjoy the freedoms we all
Well, it finally happened! Spring
has finally sprung - pleasant weather
mixed with days of rain and cool
As I write this a group of anglers
are embarking on their first fishing trip
of the year to Glendale Lake located at
Prince Gallitzin State Park. Glendale Lake is a hot spot for
bass, crappie, muskies and many other species of fish. Along
with the great boating and fishing, Prince Gallitzin State
Park offers modern cabins for rent, as well as trailer and tent
camping sites, some with full hook-up and electric. A great
family place to visit, it’s about a 3-hour drive from our area.
Check out a report on the Anglers' trip on page 18.
The anglers are gearing up for a fun summer. Our June
meeting was a fishing and hot dog event held at a local pond.
We are planning other FISH-NICS throughout the season.
A reminder - sauerkraut adds a special touch to grilled hot
dogs. Call Mike at 484-437-3710 to order yours to enhance
your summer picnics. Fish On!
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Rajah Shrine 2021
This year’s ball, honoring
Illustrious Sir Kraig W. Leiby and
Lady Janet was held at the Double
Tree by Hilton in Reading on May
143 Nobles and Ladies attended
including, five Potentates from
Almas, Crescent, Jaffa, Osiris, and
Zembo Shrines. Also at the event
were four MASA officers including
the MASA President, Ill. Sir Johnnie
Bitzer along with the 1st, 2nd, and
3rd Vice Presidents. MASA Past
President Ill. Sir Keith A. McKnight,
from ZemZem, and Lady Eileen
were also present. Overall, it was
quite a tribute to Rajah and our 2021
Potentate Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby
The evening was light and
breezy with only one speech, a
short one at that, from Illustrious
Sir Kraig. There was lots of music
by We3, which was actually We3
plus 1. The rule of the evening was
laughter, dancing, with plenty of fun
and socializing, something we all
missed dearly during the long days
of the pandemic. Introductions were
handled by Greg Lewis, PP.
This was really a coming out
party for Rajah after a difficult year
and a half of COVID restrictions
and cancellations. Congratulations
to Illustrious Sir and Lady Janet,
Chief Aide Mic Frey and Lady
Beth, and all the Aides for creating a
Chief Rabban Joseph J.
Hagan Sr, & Lady Joyce
Assistant Rabban Duane A.
Dellecker & Lady Barbara
High Priest & Prophet Donald
G. Heimbecker & Lady Carol
Oriental Guide Ronald L. Szapacs
& Lady Lois
Photography by Bill Quinn, Carl ‘Mic’ Frey, Barry Weisser and Sam Ellis
Recorder Les Werley &
Lady Joan Lewis
Treasurer Ronald F. Rapp, PP
& Lady Faye Leiby
Second Ceremonial Master
Gregory T. Miller & Lady Sharon
2021 MASA President
Ill. Sir Johnnie Bitzer
Ill. Sir Kraig W. Leiby speaking
from the podium
Ill. Sir Kraig’s family, L-R Melissa & Kevin Leiby, Kraig’s brother,
Earl & Faye Leiby, Kraig’s father & Mother
Greg Lewis, PP, handled the
introductions and hosted the
Ladies Barbara Quinn, Susie Zerbe,
and Ferne Engle
Chief Aide Carl ‘Mic’ Frey
& Lady Beth
Duane Dellecker welcomes
Richard & Lady Cathy Tower
The 2021 Potentate’s Aides, L-R Carl Hinderer, Bryan & Belinda Stoudt, Harold & Ann Kohl, Chief Aide Carl & Beth Frey,
Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby & Lady Janet, Terry Hulsizer & Ruth Ann Seyler, Dwayne & Karen Miller, Ronald DeWald
Mike Kish seen here in a parade
Forks of the Delaware Tin Lizzies
It has been a difficult time for everyone
dealing with COVID and the shutdowns but now
everything seems to be opening up and the Tin
Lizzies are active as ever.
We held our Annual Car Cleanup day on May
15th to prepare our Tin Lizzie replica cars for the
upcoming parade season. Our first parade is
taking place on Memorial Day in Mahanoy City.
Noble Mike Kish made the club proud by
participating in the St. Baldricks Virtual Shave
Fundraiser “Shaving Heads to Conquer Kids
St. Baldricks is a foundation that
supports promising childhood cancer
research. The fundraiser is promoted
through radio stations annually
and this year Mike participated
through WOED 99.9 The Hawk.
The challenge was to collect pledges
and have your head shaved and live
Car Cleanup team, sitting L-R Chris Yeager,
Club president Larry Silfies, standing L-R
Rich Stefanovic, Mike Hopstock, Garrett
on Facebook via The Hawk. Mike raised $501.00 and had his head shaved on April 9th, his
birthday. Mike worked with The Hawk’s Morning Show hosts Rick & Joel and made the
presentation of the $501 live on air (virtually) during the Morning Show. Locally 3 radio
stations participated in the Virtual Shave Fundraiser. 99.9 the Hawk, 100.7 WLEV and 96.1
Cat Country. Between the three, over $30,000 was raised for childhood cancer research.
Mike said it was good fun for a worthy cause. We agree. By the way, he said his hair is
slowing growing back slightly beyond peach fuzz right now.
Rajah Temple Wreath Laying Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery
Leave Temple Complex@ 6 a.m. Saturday, November 6, 2021
Free Day in Washington D. C / (Possible Tour of White House)***
Wreath Laying Ceremony- Sunday, November 7, 2021@ 11:15 a.m.
Leave Arlington and go to the Dobbin House in Gettysburg for dinner
TRIP IS RAIN OR SHINE
Cost is $375.00/couple or $245.00/single
Trip includes: Transportation, Hotel Room, 2 Buffet Meals, Beverages, Hospitality Room
Remit NON REFUNDABLE check payable to Rajah Temple L.O.H.
(include phone number on check) and mail to:
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Lady Janet Leiby welcomed everyone to Rajah’s 1st Meat Bingo
MEAT BINGO A Success
In Its Premier Event
The first Ladies Meat Bingo took place on May 7 at the
complex. By all indications it was a great success. This year’s
Meat Bingo replaced Basket Bingo. Instead of gift baskets,
Bingo winners received prizes of meat, beef, pork and chicken.
“The initial reason for switching was that Longaberger had
gone out of business so this was a good time to try something
new,” commented Lady Janet. “Also, Basket Bingo has typically
been attended by ladies. We felt that a more versatile event
would bring in more men and our attendance this year proved us
right. The event drew nearly 200 people - some were our regular
Thursday night Bingo customers, many were men. Donations
were a big part of the event’s success. Ten individuals, 11
businesses, and 24 clubs and units donated money and prizes. In
fact, this is the first Ladies Bingo were a 100% of the prizes were
donated. All monies raised go to supporting Rajah Shrine.
The Meat Bingo Committee, L-R first row: Lady Joyce Hagan, Lady Janet Leiby, Lady
Barbara Dellecker, row 2: Lady Carol Heimbecker, Lady Lois Szapacs, at top: Lady
Sharon Miller. Lady Sharon Grumbein could not attend due to the illness of First
Ceremonial Master John Grumbein
Bryan Stoudt called the event
Terry Hulsizer presents a 50/50
winner with $499
Ruth Ann Seyler and Lois Szapacs selling Specials
Greg Miller presents Bingo winner Beth
Frey with a prize redemption ticket
Barbara Quinn seen with Ill. Sir Kraig
Earl Leiby putting a reel of tickets back
Kitchen workers L-R Mic Frey, Bud Khol, Don Heimbecker
after winning a door prize
together after it fell on the floor
and Dwyane Miller
Congratulations to the Divan Ladies, Aides, and members of the Divan for introducing a new, innovative fundraiser to Rajah Shrine.
Greg Lewis, PP
As we look at what’s ahead, we must first look back and mourn the loss of one of the Charter members
of the Provost Guard, Noble Terry Boyer who passed away on April 6, 2021. Terry was the first treasurer
when we stated our Unit in 1986. After serving several years in that office, he moved away and upon his
return to Berks County, Terry was again elected treasurer and later as president for two years. When home
from Florida, Terry was our master chef for many of our Spaghetti Dinners. Thank you, Terry, for your
many years of service to Rajah and the Provost Guard. Well done, good and faithful servant.
And now some important news you should know - DON’T put it off any longer…. pick up your calendar
and PLEASE mark down, Saturday, June 12th. Why you ask? Because this is the date for our first of TWO
All-You-Care-To-Eat Spaghetti Dinners this year as sponsored by the Rajah Provost Guard.
We’ll be serving up freshly made, hot and delicious spaghetti and meatballs, bread, salad and beverages
from 3 until 7 p.m. - all for just $7.00 per person! Tickets will be available at the door.
Scrumptious desserts will also be available for just $1.00 each.
But don’t wait, do it NOW…that’s Saturday, June 12th. Give your BBQ grill a break and come out to the Rajah Shrine Complex
All-Purpose Meeting Room and pull up a chair. A generous platter of hot & delicious nourishment awaits your visit.
Just in case you can’t join us for this date, we will be having our second Spaghetti dinner on Saturday, October 12, 2021, again
serving from 3-7 p.m.
With President Jon Schneider at the helm, we are moving forward on making plans to assist at many of the Rajah events this
year. We’ll start off with the Pote’s Picnic on Wednesday, August 4th, followed by the Sportsman’s Raffle on Sunday, September
19th, the Pretzel Bow, and the Rajah Circus in October.
If you are a member in good standing in Rajah Shrine, pick yourself up, dust yourself off and come join us. The Provost Guard
meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the All-Purpose Room at the Rajah Complex. Come one, come all, it’s
your organization, so join the fun.
Is that light we’re beginning to see
at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel?
I sure hope so. Our Shrine activities
have been rather slim.
However, we have held our LOH
monthly meeting, though attendance
was rather slim. Do your best to make
the meetings on June 8, July 13 and the
Saturday 9:00 a.m. meeting on August
14. Info on our June 5 Commander’s
Ball got out kind of late. We look
forward to (hopefully) a well-attended event. Another of our
usually well-attended events is the LOH Family Picnic held in
the pavilion on July 17 which includes the popular Barnyard
Bingo. Everyone wins some kind of goodies at that Bingo.
We all look forward to a return to our normal Rajah
events and Unit/Club activities. Hopefully, there won’t be a
resurgence causing another lock-down of some sort. Keep our
fingers crossed. It will end.
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A Fishy Tale -
Potentates On The Water
The Anglers had their first fishing trip of the year at Glendale
Lake at Prince Gallitzin State Park.
Joining them were Illustrious Sir Kraig Leiby, Marvin Miller,
PP, Mike Zerbe, PP, and past president of Anglers Dick Snell,
Oriental Guide Ron Szapacs and Second Ceremonial Master Greg
These pictures were taken on May 11th, their first full day of
fishing. It appears to have been a successful and fun outing.
Our intrepid fisherment getting down to business.
The picture was taken by Dick Snell from his boat. Illustrious Sir Kraig is holding a Pickerel .
Mike with a Yellow Perch. Anything
over 8 inches is a keeper.
Marvin caught a large Pickerel.
Greg Miller holding a small Large
Mouth Bass. It was tossed back into
Ill. Sir taking a group selfie
Fleetwood American Legion Post
donates to Shriners Childrens Hospital
Reported by: Mike Quinn
Photograph by: Bill Quinn
On Saturday, April 24, 2021, the American Legion Post 625
in Fleetwood, held a Music Night fund raiser for the Philadelphia
Shriners Hospital for Children. The event was sponsored by the
Friends of the American Legion, Son’s of the American Legion,
and the Legion Auxiliary. A door prize auction was held, with
all proceeds going to the hospital. The various members of the
Fleetwood Legion Post proudly presented a check to Ill. Sir Kraig
for over $1,300. The said they hope to make this an annual event.
Pictured above:The check presentation, L-R Matt Dower- Sons
of the American Legion, Michelle Haydt - Bar Mgr., Ill. Sir Kraig Leiby, Carol Spotts- Legion Aux. Pres., Nick Spotts - Legion Trustee
LEHIGH SHRINE CLUB
It is great to have a meeting to write about. The Lehigh Shrine Club had our first Stated Meeting in over
a year on Wednesday, April 4. We had 28 Nobles and Ladies in attendance. A delicious meal of chicken
cordon bleu was served with an ice cream sundae for dessert. The meal was thoroughly enjoyed by all
Our program for the evening was presented by the 2021 Potentate for Rajah Shrine, Ill. Sir Kraig W.
Leiby, accompanied by his Lady Janet. The Pote talked about his experiences going through the Divan and
how much he enjoyed traveling and meeting so many wonderful people.
He also talked about upcoming events at the Complex, as well as the Potentate’s Ball which was to be
held May 1. (My Lady Jan and I attended the Ball and it was a really nice event).
Roger C. Reis There were three Past Potentates attending as well. Ill. Sirs David Evans, Jared Kichline and William
Remo were there to enjoy our camaraderie. We had two Noble guests who stated they wished to join our
Club. We welcome Nobles Jim Atkins, Jr. and William Grimley.
May 21 will be our Annual Lehigh Bingo with Ladies at the Complex. Everyone wins a prize. Tickets are $20 which includes a
hot meal and a Bingo card. This event is open to family and guests. Wednesday, June 2, is our Annual “Hawaiian Shirt Nite” at the
Brass Rail. Dinner is cheese steaks and fries with an ice cream dessert. Open to all Nobles and their Ladies. Always a fun evening,
with a prize for the best Hawaiian shirt.
DeMolay “Dad” Noble Bill Close provided some interesting news about the Order of DeMolay. Recently, the International
Supreme Council of the Order of DeMolay in Kansas City, Missouri, has authorized and directed the establishment of a Preceptory
of the DeMolay Legion of Honor in Allentown, PA, and it has granted Letters of Authorization to the new Preceptory, which will
be known as the Lehigh Valley LOH Preceptory in honor of the many DeMolay Chapters that were once active in the Lehigh
Valley, including Allentown Chapter, which is still active, and former chapters in Bethlehem, Easton, Quakertown, Bangor and
East Stroudsburg. The Legion of Honor is the highest honor that can be conferred upon a Senior DeMolay or a Master Mason by
DeMolay International. The Obligatory Day of the Legionnaires is March 18th to commemorate the day in 1314 when Jacques
DeMolay was burned at the stake, becoming a martyr and exemplar of fidelity and toleration.
Nobles, remember to support and attend your Clubs and Units. Without active member participation, we WILL cease to exist.
As always, it's GREAT to be a Shriner!
Help! Help! We need HELP!
We need workers for the Pote’s Picnic and for the Sportsmen’s Raffle.
Both Nobles & Ladies are needed.
Pote’s Picnic is August 4, 2021 at the Shrine Complex.
Sportmen’s Raffle is September 19, 2021 at South End Gun Club.
We need your help to cook, to serve, and clean-up.
Return to Les Werley Shrine office by June 30, 2021
Have you had your Covid-19 shots? Yes____ or No____
____I can help with the Pote’s Picnic.
____I can help with the Sportmen’s Raffle.
Greg Lewis, PP
I’m too Saxy for my shirts. So
Saxy it hurts. I’m too Saxy for
my love. I’m so Saxy for your
party. Yes, that’s right. We’re back.
And these Saxy guys are wasting
no time getting into the groove.
Question: How do you get a jazzy
tenor to play softer? Answer: Give
him some music. Jokes aside, it’s
time to show who’s got the most Sax
appeal. We got it and we flaunt it.
The Nobleaires Dance Band will be playing on Sunday
November 7th at the complex. Mark your calendars for a
party full of fun and thankfulness. More details to come. The
German Band is launching its rehearsal schedule in June, on
the second Sunday. Come out and play along. Let’s get reacquainted.
Time to dust off those instruments and stop in to play. Questions or opportunities, please contact Bryan Snyder, Concert Band
President at 610-589-2022 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before we get into the current news, we would be remiss if we did not mention the passing of long-time
member and Past President of the Rajah Chanters, Noble Larry Moore. Larry was living in the Lewistown
area with relatives for the past several years and his poor health condition prevented him from visiting.
Larry was a tremendous asset to our tenor section and will be sorely missed by those that knew him. Well
done, good and faithful servant.
Just a couple of items to keep you informed of the happenings of your Rajah Chanters.
First, we are still rehearsing and looking to get back on the road again to entertain and into the full swing
of things. We have heard from several groups that they would like us to entertain their members, but as of
now, we do not have any concrete dates set in our calendar. However, we will continue to practice, and should
your church group, social gathering or banquet need some excellent entertainment, just give our Unit Director
Dave DeTurk a call or send an email. We’ll get right on it and schedule a time and date that best suits your needs.
Secondly, although the Imperial Session is still scheduled for July in Houston, Texas, in a collective vote of the Chanter
units that belong to the Shrine Chanters Association International, will not be singing as a group this year or be holding a staged
competition. But the election and installation of officers is scheduled to take place virtually and Noble Bruce Rohrbach of Rajah
Chanters, will be the installed the new president of SCAI.
And staying with the theme of conventions, as far as we are aware, the MASA gathering will take place this September in
Virginia Beach. We do expect to have a contingent of Rajah Chanters on hand, but as discussed by the present MASCA officers,
we do not expect there will be a competition among the member Chanter units of the Mid-Atlantic Chanter Association. However,
rising through the ranks of their leadership is our own Dave DeTurk and he is also scheduled to take over the presidency of this
body at the meeting in September.
Congratulations to both Nobles for having the vision to step up and take on the responsibilities of leadership roles in their
Rajah Chanter President Dwayne Miller would like to remind all of the members of Rajah Shrine that, as 2021 rolls, on we are
looking to add to our membership. We will continue to rehearse the second and fourth Monday nights at the Rajah Shrine Complex
in the All-Purpose meeting room at 7 p.m. and – YES – you are invited to take a listen and join in the singing of some of the old
standards we have sung in the past and to learn, along with the current members, a few tunes as presented by our music director
Make room in your calendar and come on down…. the fun is just beginning!!
WORTHY OF MENTION
NOBLE RIDERS OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE
The Noble Riders introduced their redesigned patch and an excellent
newsletter in January. 2021 club president Shane Paisley said that members
should think of the feature-filled newsletter as their own Rajah News. And
with the quality of this issue, Rajah News appreciates the compliment.
Regarding the publication’s title, Shane writes that it was inspired by a
poster he saw in a motorcycle dealership, “Life is good, Enjoy the Ride!”
He feels that despite the hard times we are going through, we still have
time to feel good about our masonic journey, our personal lives or “just
another two-wheeled blast down the highway.”
The new monthly publication is well designed with features such as picture and video sharing of member’s rides, safety
information and a link to their own Noble Riders Marketplace.
Club communications are so important now especially with the shutdowns related to COVID. The Ride is an excellent example
of club communications at its best.
For more information or to subscribe email rajahnobleriders@
Also Worthy of Mention
RAJAH’S 2021 TRUSTEES
It is a rare moment when we have all five Trustees in one place, so
we took advantage of the situation at the Stated Meeting in April to take
Pictured at right, L-R William E. Trusty, Tarzan Hall, William A.
Remo, PP, Gerald A. Mengel, and Dennis R. Snoke
It’s spring and the Noble Riders are ready to have fun
again like we did before all the restrictions. But things are
starting to get back to normal and on Sunday, April 25. after
our stated meeting, a group of riders rode east to Allentown to
the America on Wheels Museum.
We wandered through their current display of Unique
Hudsons, grand old cars from the past. Here is an interesting
side note. There was once a Hudson Motorcycle. Actually, it
was called a New Hudson Motorcycle, and they were made in
Blaine Dellecker Britain just before and after World War One. But apparently
there was no connection to the Hudson Car Company in America.
As a pleasant side bar to the tour, the Museum had a Bulldog Beauty Contest, cute
little dogs all dressed in different outfits.
Looking forward, the Noble Riders have our Christmas in July ride with the
Centurions down to the Shriners Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia. The event is
always a great time for a worthy cause.
On August 7, we have our Annual Poker Run. More info to come. Safe Journeys and
Noble Riders pose for a
picture moment outside the
America On Wheels Museum
THE CHAPLAIN’S STUDY
J.R.R. Tolkein wrote a series of books called the “Fellowship of the Ring,” a classic tale of fantasy
about a long ago land. A group of nine very different people form a fellowship to help rid the world of
the evil powers that are beginning to take power in the world. The book was written during the beginning
of WWII. This story tells of the victory of good over death. At the end of the first book one of the twelve
sacrifices his life for the sake of the others so that they may escape to freedom.
This same thing is true of Jesus Christ dying on the cross. He does that for all people of all time and is
the ultimate sacrificial act of any religion. No other faith in the world has a God who dies, and this Jesus
the Christ is the one who makes a new life for everyone who believes that he is the savior.
We are a family in Christ, brothers and sisters, mothers and fathers, and it is that family that keeps in
love simply said, “To love and be loved is everything in this life.” We all have a family tree that ties us to our
past and links us to our future. We are the children of God and bound to our Lord through baptism. It is here
with the help of our parents that we grow and develop our character and personality with God as our major
parent then we are set in God’s love. What more could we be but at the best of being God’s children. We are by no means perfect.
Only God is perfect but we work as those who love and are loved. It is that love that is perfect because it is of God. We are in the
world but not of the world. We do not get our being from the world but from God and have that responsibility to live up to God’s
purpose on earth.
We as Shriners are given that ultimate gift through the love of God in our world. We are called to share that love with all those
less fortunate than we are. We are called to give of ourselves to benefit others no matter their faith, color or nationality. We shall
continue to do that because we are the instruments of peace in this world. We need to see the many different ways we can work
toward world of justice, integrity and peace. The evil in the world that we face must be constantly dealt with and it is through work
and our sweat that this power is held back from taking over. We are the instruments of God’s peace.
Greetings from your String Band
I hope our Snow Birds had a safe trip back to PA in time to see all the beautiful spring colors in full
Thanks to Chris, Bruce, Tom D, Doug, and Mike for prepping the float for the upcoming parade
As more vaccines are being given, we are looking forward to our first parade on Memorial Day (May
31st) in Mahanoy City. Hope we have good weather!
Upcoming...MASA will be here before we
know it and some fall parades are being scheduled.
This year we are planning a combined String
Band/Concert Band picnic on September 26th.
With the support of our Ladies, our purpose
is that we might play our instruments so that
someday a physically challenged child may walk
and play again.
Stay safe & well and hope to see you soon,
Sharing this beautiful image of the Editorial
Without Words statue against an amazing sky
at Hospital Shriners para Niños - México. The
iconic statue can be seen at all of our locations,
as well as Shriners Fraternity buildings.
Did everyone see the Shriners Hospital for Children Xfinity car #78, driven by Jesse Little at Texas
Motor Speedway on May 22nd? For $78 you could be a sponsor and get your name on the car. I did this
in memory of our son who recently passed away. He was an avid race fan. As of this writing, their goal
of $50,000 has been exceeded for the hospitals. We wish Jesse well.
ROBERT M. BAIR
DIED: OCTOBER 24, 2020
TERRY A. BOYER
DIED: APRIL 6, 2021
JOHN B. BOZETTE, JR., PP
DIED: DECEMBER 17, 2020
WALTER L. BRADER
DIED: NOVEMBER 20, 2020
CHARLES L. CASE, JR.
DIED: APRIL 28, 2021
MARVIN P. GEIGER
DIED: MARCH 19, 2021
RONALD P. GREGORY
DIED: MARCH 21, 2021
JOHN H. GRIESEMER, JR.
DIED: APRIL 12, 2021
MORRIS E. HEPNER
DIED: MARCH 25, 2021
RICHARD D. HESS
DIED: MARCH 14, 2020
GERALD R. HINKLE
DIED: APRIL 7, 2021
OSCAR M. HUBER
DIED: APRIL 2, 2021
JOHN M. KEENE
DIED: FEBRUARY 19, 2021
WILLIAM G. KOBER
DIED: APRIL 20, 2021
A Family Tradition of Courteous, Dignified Service
RICHARD H. LAWRENCE,
DIED: FEBRUARY 28, 2021
RAY H. MADENFORD
DIED: MARCH 29, 2021
JOE D. MCCARTHY
DIED: MARCH 16, 2021
RAYMOND D. MICHAELS, SR.,
DIED: MARCH 29, 2021
ROBERT C. POWERS
DIED: APRIL 19, 2021
EUGENE A. PRETNICKI
DIED: APRIL 17, 2021
ROBERT D. SMITH, JR.
DIED: MARCH 16, 2021
JAMES W. SWEENEY
DIED: APRIL 11, 2021
DONALD J. WITMAN
DIED: DATE UNKNOWN
WILLIAM T. WRIGHT, JR.
DIED: APRIL 11, 2021
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