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     There has been quite a lot going on in history of Harmony Lodge No.22 since 1983. At that time our membership was 309. We now have a total of 221 as of the end of the year 2000.

 

             PROCEEDINGS OF THE GRAND LODGE

 PRECEEDINGS OF THE
 Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient

Free Masons of South Carolina

SPECIAL COMMUNICATION

   Beaufort, S. C January 14, 1984      

   The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Masons of South Carolina was called in Special Communication and opened in ample form on the Entered Apprentice Degree in the Lodge Hall of Harmony Lodge No.22, Beaufort, S. C., at 1:30 p.m. Harmony Lodge No.22 and Port Royal Lodge No. 242 were opened in due form at the same time.  

 The following Grand Lodge Officers were present:  

          T. HARRY WHITE..................Grand Master                                                                                                       

          JESSE C. BRANHAM .……………………….Deputy Grand Master                          

          TOMMIE F. BRANT  .………………………..Senior Grand Warden

          G. RAY MARSH  ... ……………………….…Junior Grand Warden

          R. V. PINKSTON, P.D.D.G.M ……………….as Grand Treasurer

          H. DWIGHT McAlester, P.G.M ………………Grand Secretary

          JOHN W. ROBISON .…………………………Grand Chaplain

          BOBBY R. FAULKNER  …………………... Senior Grand Deacon

          WILLIAM D. LONGSHORE  ... …………….Senior Grand Deacon

          D. SAMUEL TENNYSON  .………………… Junior Grand Deacon

          JESSE M. CARAWAY .………………………Junior Grand Deacon

          CHARLIE BULLOCK, Jr. ………………... ...Grand Steward

          CHARLES C. ADAMS ……………………... Grand Steward

          RONALD B. ASHCRAFT, D.D.G.M..... …….as Grand Marshal

          WALLACE G. WRIGHT  ....................…….. Grand Pursuivant

          J. J. HOOD, JR   .............................  .............Grand Tiler

          JOHNNIE  T. MORRIS  ...........………….... .P.D.D.G.M., 10th Dist.

          CHARLIE JERNIGAN   ..............…………...P.D.D.G.M., 27th Dist.

          WALTER E. JENKINS  ..............…………. .P.D.D.G.M., 4th Dint.

          WYMAN D. NETTLES   ............. ...………. D.D.G.M., 4th Dist.

          W. D. GRIFFIN   ............................……….. Past Grand Steward

          FRED G. HORTON  ....... ......  ……………  Past Junior Grand Deacon

 

                            SOUTH CAROLINA - 1984    

  The Grand Master Marshal to lead the Craft in the pledge of allegiance.    

  The Grand Master announced that the purpose of this Special Communication was to relay the cornerstone in the Beaufort County Courthouse. Following instructions from the Grand Master, the Acting Grand Marshal and R.W. Brother Robert V. Pinkston, the Grand Lodge, Harmony Lodge No 22 and Port Royal Lodge No.242 were called from labor to refreshment and proceeded to the Beaufort County Courthouse where the cornerstone was to be laid. The Grand Master with the assistance of the Grand Lodge Officers and W. Brother Thomas A. Fridy II, the great grandson of William H. Lockwood, who was Master of Harmony Lodge No.22 1883-1884 when the first cornerstone was laid for the County Courthouse, laid the cornerstone with the usual Masonic ceremonies, using the Lafayette Trowel.     The Acting Grand Treasurer read the following list of items to be placed in the cornerstone: (These items were placed in the original box in the original cornerstone.)   

  BY THE GRAND LODGE A.F.M. OF S. C.:    

Proceedings of the - Grand Lodge A.F.M. of S. C., 1983.    

Grand Chapter R.A.M. or S.C., 1983.    

Grand Council R. & S.M. of S. C~, 1983.    

Grand Commandery K.T. of S. C., 1983.    

Ahiman Rezon, 1978.    

Masonic Light, January, 1984.    

Lodge System of Masonic Education.                      

 

  BY HARMONY Lodge No.22, A.F.M.:    

History of the Lodge compiled and printed in 1983.    

Bicentennial Coin of the Grand Lodge of Masons of S. C. Beaufort Centennial Coin minted in 1962 for the Quad centennial Year.    

Postcard sent to the Brethren of the meetings of the Lodge.  

 
BY PORT Royal Lodge No.242, A.F.M.:    

Brief history of the Lodge.

Calendar of activities for 1984.

List of officers for years 1983 and 1984. 

 

  By Beaufort County Contributors:      

                                    

Coastal Carolina Council, South Carolina, Boy Scouts of America patch and Girl Scouts U.S.A. patch and insignia.

Contributed by Miss Chilton Grace.  

  Silver Medallion, one Troy ounce, showing U.S. Marine -Corps insignia on one side and view of Parris Island -entrance on the other side.  ---      Contributed by M/Sgt. (Ret.) Aaron M. Geiger.  

 T-Shirt, with print, "Cub Scout Pack 201, Beaufort S.C.," and  patch,----- "Coastal  Carolina Scout Shows 1983-West Ashley Optimists." -------     Contributed by Mrs. Lura H. Orvin.  

 Two patches, "M-R-S-Marine Rescue Squadron of America, 4B Beaufort, S. C.”        Contributed by Mr. Jeff A. Rigdon.  

 Tape. Paul Harvey News and Comment, ABC Radio Net work, January11, 1984.   Contributed by WBEU, Radio, Beaufort, S. C.  

  Master Card, establishing $500 Trust Fund, an irrevocable trust to mature in 100 years.  --   Contributed by Mr. Joe Mix and Mr. Rick Herrschner, Island  Outfitters, Lady's Island.  

 Photo-copy of the Beaufort Gazette.

 contributed by The Beaufort Gazette.

 List of Beaufort County Council members and elected County officials.

  Photos of the Town of Beaufort in the early 1900's.

Contributed by Lucille H. Culp.
  1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar.

Contributed by Shuford E. Malphrus.

 Patches from AMVETS POST 70.

 1982 George Washington commemorative Half Dollar 90% silver.  

Contributed by Capt. George Lenhart U.S. M. C. Ret.

 After the laying of the cornerstones, the Grand Lodge Officers and all others in attendance went inside and upstairs to the courtroom, where a brief program was presented.  

 Mr. Gerhard Spieler welcomed all to this historic occasion. He then introduced William L. McBride, Chairman of the County Council, who made a few comments on behalf of Beaufort County. Other Council members in attendance, were Mrs.  Janet Sawyer3 Joseph Klein, Morris Campbell, and Bill Young.              

  

                        SOUTH CAROLINA - 1984 
   Mr. Spieler called Mr. Earl Pickel of South Carolina Federal Savings and Loan of Beaufort, who presented Mr. McBride with a $500.00 C.D., which was put into an irrevocable Trust fund for Beaufort County, to mature in 100 years (2084). At that time it would be worth, in the neighborhood of $10,000,000.00. This trust was a gift from Mr. Joe Mix and Rick Herrechner, owners of Island Outfitters of Ladys Island. Mr. Earl Pickel of S. C- Federal is to be Trustee of this account.  

  Most Worshipful Brother T. Harry White, Grand Master, gave a few remarks about the Historic Town of Beaufort and the history of the Lafayette Trowel which he used in the ceremony, as all Grand Masters have done in the past. He then introduced all of the past and present Grand Lodge Officers and thanked the people of Beaufort for inviting the Grand Lodge of South Carolina to participate in this historic occasion.  

  R.W. Brother Bob Pinkston, Secretary of Harmony Lodge No.22, had a few words of appreciation to all in attendance for their presence, to the Most Worshipful Grand Master and the Grand Lodge Officers for coming to Beaufort, and taking part; also to the members of County Council for allowing the members of Harmony Lodge No.22 to remove the cornerstone which their Masonic Brothers placed there on November 29, 1883.  

  No other comments, the benediction was given by R.W. Brother Dr. John Wood Robison, Grand Chaplain.  

  Light refreshments were served downstairs, after which the Grand Lodge Officers, members of Harmony Lodge No.22, and Port Royal Lodge No.242 returned to the Lodge Hall on Depot Road, where the Grand Lodge, Harmony Lodge No.22, and Port Royal Lodge No.242 were called from refreshment to labor and closed in ample and due form respectively.  

                                                                 T. HARRY WHITE,

                                                                 Grand Master. 

ATTEST:  

H. DWIGHT McALISTER,

Grand Secretary

 

   In April 1985 at the Annual communication of The Grand Lodge our own brother Fred G. Horton was appointed District Deputy Grand Master for the Fourth Masonic District. During his two years in that office, he was responsible for getting our Distrist News Letter up and running. This news letter is still being printed and sent to the membership within the fourth District. Rt/Wor. Bro. Horton also organized the 4th District Master and Wardens Club. During his term the club had Masonic caps for sale comemorting the 250th year of Free Masonry in South Carolina. He served Harmony Lodge as Treasurer 1981-1999, M/Wor. Tommie Brant appointed him to the Masonic Education Committee, 1988 – 1993.  He was appointed Grand Marshal by M/Wor. Bob Pinkston serving 1995 – 1996. 

                                From the Lodge Minutes

   Jan. 8, 1986.

   Rt/Wor. Brother Bob Pinkston stated that he and Rt/Wor. Brother Fred Horton were going to Columbia on the 14th of Jan. to join other Grand Lodge Officers and members, as the Grand Lodge had been invited to participate and march in the Governor’s Inaugural Parade. As I remember, we were very close to the front of the parade, and we also had special seating, for the inauguration.

 April 30, 1987

   By a special Dispensation from M/W  Tommie F. Brant, Grand Master, Harmony Lodge and its Officer and Members opened a Lodge of F/C Masons in Solomons Lodge No. 1 in Savannah Ga. for the purpose of examining Bro. F/C George Alan Chapman, and afterwards conferring the Master Mason Degree on him in Solomons Lodge No.1 Savannah. A good time was had by all in attendance.

                             HARMONY LODGE #22

 JULY 16 1978    
On this special night our Lodge Hall was turned over to Solomon Lodge No. 1 of Savannah Ga. For the purpose of conferring the MASTER MASON Degree on their FELLOW-CRAFT MASON. Bro. F/C EZRA ALVIN BERRY

 We had a very good attendance at this Special meeting, with Brethren from Lodges within the 4th District being represented. Also visitors from other States as well, as the Brethren from Ga. We had a total of 66 brethren present who injoyed a delightful meal of stew and salad, prepared by Bro, L. E. Laughlin.

 

  After the meal, SOLOMONS LODGE #1 of Savannah, opened a Lodge of Master Masons in due form, Georgia style.  After all other business dispensed with, the Master Mason Degree was conferred on the above named Fellow Craft Mason by the W. M.

  With the assistance of the other officers and members of Solomon Lodge No.1.

   

 After the degree, many complements were extended to the Officers and Members of Solomon Lodge No. 1 for the fine work they had preformed.                                                       

 

  Wor/Bro. George Monroe presented to our W/Bro. Kozak, to be put in the Archives of Harmony Lodge a copy of a drawing of the “now Freemason Hall in Savannah GA., which is owned by, and the home of SOLOMON LODGE,  Also a set of three books, introduction to freemasonry, First Second and Third degrees which are presented to their  candidates after each degree.
   The evening was one of much Masonic fellowship enjoyed by all in attendance. Also one we hope will be repeated in the future.
There being no futher business , the Lodge was closed in due form on the Master Mason Degree in peace and harmony.

                                              Robert V. Pinkston, PDDGM

                                              Secretary Harmony Lodge 22     
  September 24, 1987

  Once again with a special Dispensation from our Grand Master Tommie F. Brant. the Officers and Members of Harmony Lodge #22 & some members from Port Royal Lodge #242, journeyed to Sav. Ga. with two candidated Larry Alan Reeves and Guy Francis Benack, and conferred the M/M degree on the, South Carolina, Harmony Lodge style.      

 

    May 11, 1989                                                                           

 Wor. Master L. E. Laughlin, along with 7 other officers and members of the Lodge, and 4 from Port Royal 242 went to Solomons #1 in Savannah to hear Rt/Wor. Brother Roy A. Wells from the Grand Lodge of London. This was a very interesting meeting to listen to a Brother from the our mother Lodge in England.

  At our meeting, Wor. Bro. Laughlin announced to the brothers present,   who had not already heard, that our own Rt/Wor. Brother Bob Pinkston was elected to the office of Junior Grand Warden at our Annual Communication of The Grand Lodge in April.

 June 29, 1989

  With a Dispensation in hand from M/Wor. Bro. G. Ray Marsh, the Officers and members again made a visit to Solomons Lodge #1 in Sav. to confer the E/A Degree on two candidates, Robert Leroy Huston and Jerry Lee Strader. Also in attendance at this meeting was 15 Past Masters from S.C. & GA. 4 Past DDGM from S. C.

 

   The following is a copy of the minutes of the Special meeting held as noted for the purpose of laying the cornerstone and dedicating the new Court House in Beaufort.

 

                                            PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient

Free Masons of Sollth Carolina

SPECIAL COMMUNICATION

 Beaufort, S.C.                                                       November 3, 1990        

The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Masons was called in Special Communication and opened in ample form on the First Degree of Masonry at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 3,1990, in the Lodge Hall of Harmony Lodge No.22. Harmony Lodge No.22 and Port Royal Lodge No.242 were opened in due form on the Entered Apprentice Degree at the same time.

 

     The following Grand Lodge Officers were present:   

G RAY MARSH ------- ---------------------------- Grand Master
WILLIAM D. LONGSHORE ----------- Deputy Grand Master

    ALFRED ALLSBROOK    -------------- Senior Grand Warden

ROBERT V. PINKSTON   -------------- Junior Grand Warden

    JOEL W. FRAMPTON, JR., P.G.M ---------- Grand Treasurer

H. DWIGHT McALISTER, P.G.M   ---------  Grand Secretary

JOHN W. ROBISON    ------------------------   Grand Chaplain

AUBREY L. FOWLER   ----------------  Senior Grand Deacon

GROVER C. CRUMPTON, JR   ------   Senior Grand Deacon

E. WINSTON MILLER, JR  ----------    Junior Grand Deacon

JACK MARLER, P.D.D.G.M --------as Junior Grand Deacon

HENRY D. PADGETT    ----------------------   Grand Steward

JAMES SAM BURTON   ----------------------  Grand Steward

JAMES E. KIRBY   ----------------------------   Grand Marshsl

BARNEY L. RHINEHART, II  ------------   Grand Pursuivant

J. J. HOOD, JR  -------------------------------------   Grand Tiler

TOMMIE F. BRANT   ---------------------  Past Grand Master

JESSE C. BRANHAM   -------------------  Past Grand Muster

G. L. "GIL" MARTIN   --------------    D.D.G.M., 1st District

ROGER C. FREEMAN, SR  ---------  D.D.G.M., 4th District

BARNEY ALTMAN  ------------------------------  P.D.D.G.M.

WILTON RHINEHART  --------------------------  P.D.D.G.M.

PHILLIP RUSSELL   ------------------------------- P.D.D.G.M.

HOMER ALEXANDER  -------------------------   P.D.D.G.M.

BARRY RICKMAN    -----------------------------  P.D.D.G.M.

FRED HORTON, P.D.D.G.M.  ------ -----    M.E.C. Member

JOHN McMAHON   --------------------------  M.E.C. Member  

    After the pledge of allegiance, the Grand Master announced that the purpose of this Special Communication was to lay the of the new Beaufort County Court House.

    After instructions given by the Grand Marshal as to the line of march, the Grand Lodge, Harmony Lodge No.22 and Port Royal Lodge No.242 were called from labor to refreshment and proceeded to the place where the cornerstone was laid by the Grand Master with the assistance of the other Grand Lodge Officers in accordance with ancient Masonic custom        

  The famous Lafayette Trawel was used symbolically In the laying of the cornerstone.

  The Grand Treasurer read the following lists of articles to be placed in the cornerstone:

  

  By The Grand Lodge A.F.M of S.C.
     Proceedings of the --

        Grand Lodge  A.F.M. OF S.C., 1990.

        Grand Chapter  R.A.M. OF S.C., 1990.

        Grand Council  R.&S.M. OF S.C., 1990. 

        Grand Commandary  K.T. OF S.C., 1990.

      Ahiman Rezon, 1984.

      Masonic Light, November, 1990. 
      Lodge System of Masonic Education.

 

  By HARMONY LODGE No.22, A.F.M.:

        Copy of the Lodge History printed 1983.

       Current List of Members and complete Statistics.

       Copy of Dynamic Freedoms.

       250th Year Coin, Decal, and Lapel Pin of the Grand Lodge

           A.F.M. of S. C. 

      Letter to the Members of Harmony Lodge No, 22 in the year

          2000., from the Secretary of Harmony Lodge, R.W. Bob  

          Pinkston, J.G.W.
 

   By BEAUFORT CHAPTER No. 133, O.E.S.

       Copy of 1990 Yearbook with list of officers and members of 

        the Chapter.

 

   By PORT ROYAL LODGE No.242, A.F.M.

   

The Fourth Masonic District Trestle Board, Volume 1, No.1,  dated January, 1986.  ----Program 90th Anniversary 1899-1989 of Port Royal Lodge No. 242   ----Volume No. 1, 1989 "Transactions" of the South Carolina Masonic Research Society.

 Decals (1) South Carolina 250 Years of Freemasonry, 1737-1987:   ----    (2) The Quiet Fraternity, Coins Bicentenial of Freedom, 1776-1976;     Solomons No.1, Sav. Ga. 250th Anniversary 1734-1984.

Ballpoint pin inscribed with Port Royal’s name

 

By BEAUFORT COUNTY:  

  Book- A Historical Synopsis of Beaufort County by Gerhard Spieler.  Recap of 1990 Tax Roll on Real and Personal property disbrution of       funds.

     1990 South Carolina Legislative Manual.

     Badge (with County Logo) Cerk of Court, Henry Jackson

     Notes from County Employees to those of 2090.  

     Two Year Service Award Pin.

     List of Officers now on the Sheriff Dept.

     Letter from the County Treasurer and Staff.  

By The MARINE CORP AIR STATION:  

     Book - Tri-Commands MCRD, MCAS & Naval Hospital.     

     Copy of Jet Stream, August 24,1990.  

     Other books about the Marine Corp Air Station.  

By The CITY OF BEAURORT; 

    COPY of the Incorporation Charter from the Secretary of

       state, June 16, 1976.  

    A key to the City of Beaufort from Mayor Henry C Chambers,       retired July, 1990.  

  Minutes from Board of Architectural Review dated Dec.   3,1989.

  Executive Summary Land Use Plan and Preservation Plan.

  City of Beanfort Annual Report, 1989. 

  Beaufort County Tour Guide with a brief history of Beaufort. 

  The 1990 Water Festival Edition Paper printed by the Beaufort              Gazette  

  Brass Plate which was in the box taken from the corner stone of the    Bay St, Courthouse in 1983 listing the names of the 0fficers of the      Municipal Govt. in 1883.  

  Section of Savannah Morning News article honoring former Mayor,     Brother Henry C Chambers.  

 Officers of City Police Department.  
 

 By THE TOWN OF HILTON HEAD1  S.C.: 

   Copy of Town Charter from State of S.C. 

   Copy of Town zoning Map of Hilton Head.                                                                                                

   Copy of  Head Island before 1861.

   Flag of the Town of Hilton Head Island.

 

  By The TOWN OF BLUFFTON:

      Book - A Longer Short History of Bluffton, S. C. and Its Environs.

 

  By the UNITED WAY OF BEAUFORT:

      Book - 1990 Directory of Services - Beaufort First Call for Help.

 

  By The TOWN OF PORT ROYAL:

     Letter from the Mayor, Henry Robinson.

     Patch of the Department of Public Safety

     Metal Disc of the Town Seal.

     Picture of the Town's employees with a list of names and their

       positions.

     Brief History of the Town.

 

  By Cpt. George E Lenhart, SN 090052USMC, Retired:

      A 200 Year U.S.M.C. Bicentennial Bronze MedaIlion, 10 1775 -    10 November 1975.

 

  By The CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:

      Visitor’s Guide to Beaufort, S.C.

 

  By WJWJ TV" STATION:

      Video tape of news events of past year in and around Beaufort and the low country.

 

  By The C&S/SOVRAN BANK:

      A Letter to the citizens of Beaufort in the year 2090, written by Mary Donna Pinkston, CSR.

 

  By The HISTORIC BEAUFORT FOUNDATION:

     Book - Beaufort District Courthouses, 1712-1884, by Cynthia Cole,

     Executive Director, Historic Beaufort Foundation November 1,1990.

 

The Grand Master introduced the following dignitaries:

 

   David Taub, Mayor of the City of Beaufort

   Jesse Altman, Chief of City Police Dept.

   Thomas Hendrickson, Deputy County Administrator.

   Gerhard Spieler, Compiled Historical Synopsis of County.

   Henry Robinson, Mayor of Town of Port Royal.

   Lolita Huckaby, Reporter, the Beaufort Gazette.

 

    The Grand Lodge Officers, Officers of Harmony Lodge No.22, Officers of Port Royal Lodge No.242, Masons and non-Masons reassembled in the Lodge hall of Harmony Lodge No.22. The Grand Master welcomed those who were present and introduced the Mayor, Henry Robinson, and the Acting Town Manager of Port Royal, Hazel Fier. He then introduced the

past and present Grand Lodge Officers. He also recognized the wives of the Grand Lodge Officers.

   The Worshipful Master of Harmony Lodge and the Wor Master of Port Royal Lodge were called upon to introduce the Officers of their Lodges. The Worshipful Master of Solomon's Lodge No.1 of Savannah, Georgia, Worshipful Brother Steven Jackson Myhre was introduced.

Rt/Worshipful Brother Roger Freeman announced that nine of the ten Lodges in the Fourth District were represented at the meeting.

    The ladies and non-Masons were excused. The Grand Lodge,

Harmony Lodge, and Port Royal Lodge were called from refreshment to labor and closed in ample and due form respectively.

    Delicious  refreshments were served in the dining room following The meeting.

 

G. RAY MARSH,

Grand Master

 

   ATTEST:

   H. DWIGHT MCALISTER,

    Secretary

 

Taken from the Beaufort Gazette Thursday Sept. 19, 1991     

   Harmony Lodge celebrates 245th turniversary  

   Harmony Lodge No.22 A.F.M., on Depot Road celebrated its 245th aniversary with a fish fry celebration on Saturday September 14th 1991.

   The Lodge was constituted by the Grand Lodge of England Sept.15, 1756 and at that time, was known as Lodge at Beaufort on Port Royal Island.

  Albert G. Mackey, a noted Masonic scholar and historian, has stated the Lodge at Beaufort was active as early as 1751. Various Masonic activities and ceremonies were reported frequently in newspapers of the day. The Carolina Gazette reported an account of the celebration of the Festival of St. John the Evangelist by a new lodge in Beautort. This lodge was the  third lodge in active existence in South Carolina.   The original warrant issued to the Lodge in Beaufort on Port Royal Island by the United Grand Lodge of England lists it as "Lodge No.250."
  During the latter part of the 18th century, the Ancient or York Masons made their entry into South Carolina, with several lodges of the modern or Free Masons going over to them. The Beaufort lodge was among that number, believing that the Ancients were more authentic, having derived more closely from the original body in England. The lodge was then listed as Beaufort No. 41 on the. Register of the Grand Lodge at Ancient York Masons.  In December 1817. a new charter was obtained bearing the name “Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Ma sons of South Catolina.” which has endured to this day. It was at this time that Beaufort Lodge No.41 became Harmony Lodge No.22, and since then has been listed as such.

  The Lodge Hall at the foot of Depot Road is shared with Beaufort Chapter No. 133. Order of the Eastern Star, and with Beaufort Assembly No. 13 of the Grand Assembly of South Carolina, Order of the Rainbow for Girls.
  Present officers are John J. Pieratt, Worshipful Master; Joseph Depew, Senior Warden; Jaime Martinez, Junior Warden; Fred G. Horton, Treasurer; Robert V. Pinkston Sr., Secretary; Jerry L. Strader, Senior Deacon; Joel Crane, Junior Deacon; Robert B. Anderson and Steve Prince, stewards; Laurence Laughlin, Chaplain; and Wronnie Myers,  Tiler.  

   A good time was had by all who came to celebrate this day with us and enjoyed the festive fist fry.

 

   Minutes of March 12, 1992

   Brother Secretary, Rt/Wor. Senior Grand Warden displayed a print of Brother George Washington, from the original Williams Portrait which hangs in George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, VA. This is the only portrait which Bro. Washington approved as his likeness. These prints are numbered and were sold for $100.00 as a fund raiser for Alexandria Washington Lodge No.22

Bro. Pinkston stated that when he purchased it they had not been numbered and asked M/W Bro. Don Robey about getting No.22. He s tated that that one went to Alexandria Washington Lodge No.22, so he asked that this one have the number 122, which M/W Bro. Robey numbered personally.

  Rt/Wor. Bro Pinkston stated that after he had the print in a frame he would loan it to the Lodge. Later he placed it in the same frame that held another print of Bro. Washington, and now hangs on the south wall to the left of the Junior Wardens station.

   Minutes of Jan. 14, 1993.

   This next bit of information may sound a bit out of the ordinary as to being history of the Lodge at first, but you will agree that it does as it leads up to a great part in the History of Harmony Lodge No.22 as well as that of the fourth Masonic District.

   An Application for Affiliation was reseived from Brother Emerson Eugene Morris, read and referred to the committee, for investigation.

At the meeting of Feb. 11, 1993, the committee reported favorably and a ballot was taken on Bro. E. E. Morris. He was duly elected conditionally, with a request for demit sent to his home Lodge, Centennial Lodge No.221. The records indicate he became a member of Harmony Lodge as of March 4, 1993 the date on the Demit.  He had received his M/M degree on May 29, 1953. Under our Code and Constitution, anyone who has been a member for 40 years or more in entitled to a Life membership. During the latter months of 1993, Bro. Morris, not in the best of health, had fallen several times breaking his ribbs. Life memberships are given to our Lodge members at our Ladies Night Banquet. Rt/Wor. Bor Pinkston and Brother John G. Harvey made a trip to Bro. Morris’s home and presented him with his Life membership and certificate, as he was unable to attend.

   During this time Bro. John G. Harvey and Rt/Wor R. V. Pinkston had  been talking with Brother Morris about something which he wanted to do, as he had no family and had been in the educational field after getting out of the service. He related to us that he would like to do something for the youth in the area. He wanted to set up a Scholarship Fund to assist them in their education after getting out of high school, and wanted to know if it could be done through the Masonic Lodge. After giving us a layout of what he had in mind, we went to work. Rt/Wor. Bro. Pinkston started setting up the program with who and how it could be handled. He met with, wrote and rewrote this quite a number of times for 6 months or more, before it met with brother Morris approval.

    “E. E. Morris, Masonic College Assistance Fund Agreement”    

  This College assistance fund is to be set up at the request of and in memory of Brother Emerson Eugene Morris, a Life member of Harmony Masonic Lodge No.22.

Brother Morris having been a Master Mason for over 40 years, feels that he has been blessed during his life, and now wishes to make a contribution to some of the young men and women, who are children of the Master Masons within the fourth Masonic District. 
       Brother Morris plans to will and devise his residual estate for the purpose of setting up a Masonic College Assistance Fund to assist High School & College Students, as set forth in the criterion. 
        The "E. E. Morris, Masonic College Assistance Fund", is to be administered by the secretary of Harmony Lodge No.22 in order to maintain continuity, with assistance of the members of the Low Country Masters & Wardens Club, Inc." of the 4th Masonic District. 
        The recipients will be selected by the members of the Low Country Masters & Wardens Club, Inc. per the criterion. Also the President, Vice President, and the Secretary/Treasurer, of the Club will audit the account each year.      

     Advertisement of the E. E. Morris Masonic College Assistance Fund will be, through the Fourth District Newsletter and by word of mouth.
through-out the fourth District. This will begin, once everything is in place, with the first recipients to be selected one year later.

 

      The E. E. Morris College Assistance Fund will be disbursed as follows:

   

      For the student entering a Junior or Community College, to secure an Associate degree, he or she will receive $500.00 each semester, for a period of two (2) years if he or she maintains a (B) average or better in the immediate prior semester.
 

      For the student entering a tour (4) year Col1ege, to secure Bachelor degree, he or she will rcccivc $1000.00 each semester, for a period of four (4) years if he or she maintains a (B) average or better in the immediate prior semester
    

      If the student entering a Junior or Community College decides to change and enter a four (4) year College, to secure a Bachelor degree, he or she will then receive $1000.00 per semester, if he or she maintains a (B) average or better in the immediate prior semester.
 

      For a student wishing to enter college for a Masters degree, upon approval of their application, he or she will receive $1500.00 per semester, for 2 years if he or she maintains a (B) average or better in the immediate prior semester.

 

    There will be no fees charged for the service of administration of this assistance fund. The only charges will be for checks, postage, stationary, and etc The Secretary of Harmony Lodge No.22 will be the Administrator, Secretary/Treasurer, who will issue the checks and will maintain permanent records, which will be audited at the end of each year, by the President, vice President, and the Secretary/Treasurer of the Low Country Master & Wardens Club Inc.
The administrator will be in charge of the funds after the E. E. Morris Masonic College Assistance Fund is in place. He must be assured that the funds are invested with an institution which is FDICinsured for amount invested. After setting up an interest  bearing, checking account, this may involve different banks to be assured that all funds are secured.
  

 After the E. E. Morris Masonic College Assistance Fund has been effect for four (4) years, the program will have each year, there after two (2) students going for their Associate degree and four (4) going for their Bachelor degree. This assistance program could also have two (2) going for their Masters degree each year. This E. E. Morris Masonic College Assistance Fund will continue for as long as the funds are available.
  

   The members of the 10 Masonic Lodges within The fourth Masonic District are deeply Grateful to their Brother Emerson Eugene- Morris, for setting up this assistance fund in the name of Freemasonry to assist the youth of our District. As we all know, the youth of today will be the leaders of tomorrow.
   

"E. E. MORRIS MASONIC COLLEGE ASSISTANCE FUND” 
             Criterion 
 

     1 The student must be from a Masonic Family. That is, the Father must be a member in good standing of a Lodge within the Fourth Masonic District. In the event, that if there is a year when we do not have an application from anyone within the Fourth Masonic District, we will accept applications from the Third and then the Fifth Masonic Dintricts.
   

   2 A High School graduate with a grade of "B" average or better in the immediate prior semester, and having been accepted into a Junior or a 4 year College.           
 

   3  He or She must maintain a “B”  average or better in the immediate prior semester to continue receiving the scholarship at the beginning of each semester.  
 

   4 If in the selection of a recipient there is a tie, each will be asked to submit an essay on their qualifications, and how they plan to use their Education in the future. This will be judged and decided by the members of the low Country Masters and Wardens Club, Inc.

 

   5  Two new recipients will be selected each year, one entering a Junior or Community 2 year College, to secure an Associate degree and one entering a full 4 year college to secure a Bachelor degree. Also one could apply, to secure a Masters degree. This Assistance Fund is not a perpetual fund, This Assistance Fund will remain in effect as long as funds are available.  
 

   6 All grades will be based from a transcript sent directly from the School to the awarding agency.  
 

   7 This financial assistance is available only, for the- student enrolled for the full Spring / Fall semester.  

  8 The applicants receiving this assistance must be carrying a 15 academic semester hour load.  

 

   On this 27th day of January 1994

      In witness there-of, the parties here to agree that if Brother E. E. Morris leaves a portion of his estate, to implement the afore mentioned E. E. Morris Masonic College Assistance Fund, Then said funds will be used and dispersed for the purpose as described above. 

       Emerson Eugene Morris

Emerson E. Morris, Donor/Testator                        _____________
     Robert V. Pinkston, Secretary                         Notary Public

for the Harmony Masonic Lodge No.22

 

   The Brethren were saddened to hear that Brother Emerson Eugene Morris had died at home of a heart on Sat. April 9, 1994. Due to complications the funeral was not held until Monday April 18, with Masonic Rites being conferred by the Deputy Garnd Master, Robert V. Pinkston, and John G. Harvey with the assistance of the members of Harmony Lodge No.22. in the Beaufort National Cemetery after the Military Honors. 

 

    This program has now been effect since 1996 when the first two  receipients were presented their assistance. In that period up to the time of this History Update, the board has awarded $68,500.00 in assistance to  14 students who are dependents of Master Masons in good standing in the fourth Masonic District. Our Heartfelt Thanks to our departed Brother and benefactor, Emerson Eugene Morris.

   During the years 1993-1994, Harmony Lodge had some fund raising for the purpose of getting funds in order to have two portraits painted of our Deputy Grand Master Robert V. Pinkston. One to be presented to the Grand Lodge on the date of his instaliation as Grand Master of Masons in South Carolina, and the other one to hang in the Lodge room. They also along with the members in the District sold pins and decals, which he had designed and had made, to help him during his term as Grand Master.

   On Feb. 17, 1995 Masonry in the Beaufort area suffered a great Loss in an accident which happened the night before when nine members were returning home from a York Rite meeting in Hampton , resulting in the death of six brothers from Port Royal Lodge 242, three more in critical condition, one of them from Harmony 22. These three at this time have recovered, Thanks to God and many prayers.   

April 27, 1995           

       

 ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THE M. W.   

GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE MASONS OF S.C.

   At the Grand Lodge Banquet, M.W. Bro. Alfred Allsbrook, Grand Master, recognized Rt. Wor. Robert V. Pinkston D.G.M. and presented to him the Albert Gallatin Mackey Medal, the highest award that the Grand Master is able to bestow. He read the citation, which ended with,

   Therefore, in recognition of your love for our Fraternity and your devotion to the same, it is with great pleasure as well as an honor that I present to you the Albert Gallatin Mackey Medal.

   The next day, Friday April 28, 1995 at 12:00 the election of officers was held, with our own secretary of Harmony Lodge being elevated to the office of Grand Master of Masons in South Carolina.                                   INSTALLATION

  After the election and appointments were made, the Grand Lodge closed in short form on the Third Degree and opened in like manner on the First Degree for the installation. Since it was to be a Public Installation, the Grand Lodge was called form labor to refreshment.   Ladies and non-Masons, which included the Grand Master's family, were invited in for the ceremonies.

 

M.W. Brother H. Wallace Reid served as Installing Officer. 

After the installation ceremony was completed, remarks by the Grand Master and others, and several presentations were made , the ladies and non-Masons were excused from the room, the Grand Lodge. was called from refreshment to labor, was closed in short form on the First Degree and opened in like manner on the Third Degree for the conclusion of such matters of business as remained to be done.

                      

  BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
  He is a native of North Carolina. The 12th of 13 children, born to the late Mr. and Mrs. James Rohert Pinkston of Salisbury, N.C. He was educated in the public schools of Rowan County, N.C. He married Betty M. Helmick, of Beaufort, S.C., on March 19, 1949. They moved to Beaufort in October of that year. They have two children, Robert V., Jr., of Pickens, S.C., and Mary Donna of Beaufort, and one granddaughter, Heidi Maria of Greenville.

He worked in Automotive, Hardware and County Government as Deputy Treasurer of Beaufort County, until his retirement on January 31, 1992. He is an Episcopalian, a memher of the Helena Episcopal Church of Beaufort. 

  He was raised to the Sublime Degree of a Master Mason in Harmony Lodge No.22 on April 3, 1969 and was elected Worshipful Master in December, 1972. In 1976, the Lodge elected him Secretary, the office which he still holds. 

  He is a York Rite Mason, a member & Past High Priest, of Carolina Chapter No.1, R.A.M.,Enoch Council No.1, R.&S.M. and South Carolina Commandery No.1, K.T., Past Eminent Commander. He is a member of Charles Towne York Rite College No.113, a Knight Mason, S.C. Council No.20,a Charter Member of Hampton Council No.289, Allied Masonic Degrees, a member of South Carolina Chapter SRICF, a Charter Member of Saints John Conclave of the Red Cross of Constantine. 

  He is a 32 KCCH Scottish Rite Mason, a member of the Valley of Charleston. He is a member of Omar Temple A .A.O.N.M.S. On September 25, 1994, he was awardcd the Honorary Legion of Honor by the International Supreme Council, Order of DeMolay.

He is a member of the Order of Eastern Star, having served as Worthy Patron with hie wifc, Betty, and then with his daughter., Mary Donna in Beaufort Chapter No.133. 

Since 1977, he has served your Grand Lodge as Senior Grand Deacon twice, D.D.G.M., M.S.A. Committeeman, Grand Steward, and was Commissioned Grand Representative to the

 Grand Lodge of Sweden in 1979.                                                                                                                                 

 Elected Junior Grand Warden (89-90), Senior Grand Warden (91-92), Deputy Grand Master (93-94). 

   With the assistance of others and much research on his part, he established the original charter date of 1756 of Harmony Lodge. He compiled and had the history of Harmony Lodge No. 22 published in 1983, as all records were lost or destroyed during the 1860s.

   On April 28,1995, he was elected, installed and is now serving our Grand Lodge as Grand Master of Masons in South Carolina.

   April 25, 1996, The M.W. Grand Master presented Rt/Wor. Bro. Fred G. Horton with the Fred Dalcho Pin and Certificate for his many years of service to the Craft. This is the second highest Award presented by the Grand Master.

 

          Article Vll Sec. 4      Lodge By Laws.  Amendment.

 

    On September 11, 1997, the members voted to participate in the Perpetual Life Membership Program, which was adopted by the Grand Lodge in April 1997, and printed in the Grand Lodge proceedings, numbered as Section 15q. of the Code. This amendment to our By-Laws was approved by the Grand Master on January 3, 1998.

   The formula for determining the fee is as follows:

                   Dues of $50.00 X Factor

Age     21 – 29    30 – 39    40 – 49    50 – 59    60 - 64    65 +

Factor      25            23            20            18           15            10

Fees   1250.00    1150.00   1000.00    900.00     750.00     500.00

  Any Brother, who is already a Life member , by having been a member for 40 years or more, may purchase an HONORARY, Perpetual Life Membership, at anytime for a minimum of $200.00. Anyone may also purchase one as a MEMORIAL, for a Loved one for the same amount of $200.00.  The amounts can be added to with another donation at any time.

 

  With this program, the Lodge will receive funds from the interest on the investments, in perpetuity.  (FROM NOW ON).

 

   This is one of the best things that the membership did for the Lodge. At the time of this update, we now have invested in this fund a total of $10,410.00. We received from Grand Lodge this year $565.95 = 7%, and we are assured that same percentage for the year 2001.  

             

The following is a listing of all members over the past several years, Note: The (A), (AA), (AB), between the middle and last name is not part of their NAME, only for the secretary’s use.

The (*) after their name indicates their Status at this time.

 

 

KENNETH L ACKERMAN lll

 

LEON EDWARD ADAMS

 

JAMES CHARLES ADAMS

 

CARL WESLEY ANDERSON

 

ROBERT BRINGLE ANDERSON

 

DAVID PETER ASHWORTH

 

HAROLD CAUSINS BAER

 

ERNEST WESLEY BAILES

 

DAVID WILLIAM BAIR

 

CLINTON LYLE BAKER

 

GREGORY LEE BASH

 

DOUGLAS DEAN BAUER

 

PAUL RANDOLPH BAZEMORE

 

WILLIAM  BEETCHER

 

ARTHUR GENE BELLIS

 

CARL EUGENE BELLIS

 

GUY FRANCIS BENACK

 

RODNEY BERNARD BENNETT

 

ERNEST LEWIS BENTON

 

ARTHUR MARTIN BERGER

 

ARCHIE GARRETT BERRY

 

WILLIAM LAMAR BETHEA JR

 

ALVIN JOHN BITTERWOLF DUAL

 

LARRY ASHBY BRADHAM

 

RUDOLPH ARNOLD BRANTON

 

ROBERT EARL BREEDEN

 

SAMUEL LEGREE BRELAND

 

VAN LAWRENCE BROWN

ROBERT LEROY BUCKLEY

 

HERBERT LEE BUNTON

 

ROBERT WILLIAM BURROW

 

CHARLES ANTHONY BUSH

 

HOWARD PHILIP CAHILL JR

 

LERON HUBERT CAIN

 

KELVIN DAVIS CANADAY

 

HARTFORD FRANKLIN CAPPS

 

JOHN PAUL CAREY

 

PAUL DAVID CARPENTER

 

HARRY EXLEY CARR JR

 

ROBERT DYSART CATHEY II

 

HENRY CARROLL CHAMBERS

 

HAROLD  CHAPMAN JR

 

ROYCE CONARD CHAVIS

 

JAMES G COCLIN

 

HARVEY NEIL COKER

 

PAUL RAY COLE

 

CLIFFORD DEWAIN COLEMAN

 

ALFRED WESLEY COLLUM

 

LARRY TALMADGE CONLEY

 

CLAYTON HOWARD COOLER

 

RUDOLPH ROBERT COOPER

 

JAMES ELY CORNWELL

 

BERNARD  COWIN

 

JOEL BYRON CRANE

 

JACKIE DENNIS CULBERT

 

JAMES WILLIAM CULLOM

 

DONALD RAYMOND DAVIS

 

VIRGIL LAWRENCE DAVIS

 

WILLIAM WAYNE DEER

 

JAMES SANUEL DELONG

 

CHARLIE WILDER DEMPSEY

 

J M DENNIS

 

JOSEPH  DEPEW

 

LINDSEY BORN DIBOLL

 

MATTHEW SAMUEL DICKENS

 

SAMMY FRANK DOMBY JR

 

CRAIG BERNARD DOPSON

 

GRAFTON GEDDIS DOWLING

 

FRED ORIN DRAPER

 

JAMES MARION DUKES

 

BENNY WILLIAM DUNCAN

 

EUGENE FAIREY DUNCAN

 

SONNIE J EDWARDS

 

FRUMAN TALMADGE ELLIS

 

EDWARD LEELAND EMANUEL

 

GEORGE FRANK EMMINGER

 

KEVIN USIF ENNIS

 

JEFFERY LEE FERRELL

 

JOSEPH DAVID FIRMANIK

 

RAYMOND CARROL FLETCHER

 

CHARLES JACK FORD

 

MARK ESTES FORDHAM

 

BEN ZION FOX

 

KENNETH RAY FRYMAN

 

DAVID NORMAN GAY

 

NORMAN FRANCIS GAY

 

WALTER LEE GAY

 

CHARLES WILBUR GRAVES

 

HAROLD PERSHING GREENE JR.

 

HAROLD PERSHING GREENE

 

SAMUEL CLIFFORD GREENLY

 

KURT  GROEPLER

 

LEWIS MALCOM HADDOCK

 

CHARLIE EUGENE HAIR

 

LAVON  HAIR

 

JOHN RANDALL HALL

 

WILLIAM LEE HALL JR

 

ANTHONY DALE HANNA

 

JOEL JACOB HARDIE

 

HEBER BARNWELL HARLEY

 

WELLER HANSEL HARRIS

 

JOHN GARY HARVEY

 

RAY LEE HARVEY

 

CHARLES MARTIN HAWK

 

ROBERT CLAYTON HECK

 

SAMUEL MARTIN HEUERTZ

 

JULIAN DONALD HIGHTOWER

 

ROBERT BURTON HILL

 

BORIS  HIRSCH

 

WALTER C HODGES

 

JOHN HOWARD HOGUE

 

DELMER "RUSTY" HOLLINGSWORTH

 

FRED GIBSON HORTON

 

JAMES EDWARDS HORTON JR

 

MARION WILLIAMS HOWARD

 

RONALD LEE HUBRIGHT

 

JOHN RANDOLPH HUDSON

 

ELMER SWIFT HUDSON

 

WILBURN MARK JENNINGS

 

EDWARD FRANCIS JOHNSON

 

BILLY FRANK JOHNSON JR

 

TED PRESLEY JONES

 

JAMES LARRY JORDAN

 

GERALD FRANCIS KANE

 

RALPH STUART KANEY

 

GILBERT PAUL KEARNS

 

RALPH RAY KEARNS

 

WILLIAM RUSSELL KEPHART

 

MARK HAROLD KEYSERLING

 

KENNETH EDWARD KIMBLE

 

ROGER D KINZER         *

 

ERNEST JACKSON KIRKLAND JR

 

JAMES KISLER KLECKLEY

 

TALY JOE KORNELL      *

 

DAVID SAUL KOZAK

 

RICK ALLEN KROB

 

ALBERT GERVIS LALIBERTE

 

JAMES EDWARD LAMIE

 

WILLIAM ANDREW LANCASTER

 

RONALD RUDOLPH LANIER

 

LAURENCE EDWARD LAUGHLIN

 

EARL KYLE LAWING

 

LISTON FORD LEWIS lll

 

EARL STANWOOD LIBBY

 

WAYNE EDWIN LINCOLN

 

HYMAN D LIPSITZ

 

JOSEPH W LIPSITZ

 

JAMES SEABORN LOCKE

 

JAMES SEABORN LOCKE

 

EDWARD MARION LUBKIN

 

JOHN FREDERICK MAAG

 

WILLIAM EDWARD MABE

 

JACK HODGE MACKEE

 

SHUFORD EDISON MALPHRUS

 

JAMIE XAVIER MARTINEZ

 

JOHN E. B. MCCALLUM

 

CARL EUGENE McCARTY

 

RICHARD HENRY MILLER

 

HARRY HARLEY MILLS

 

MICHAEL HARLEY MILLS

 

BRUCE ANDREW MOORE

 

RALPH MILLEDGE MORRIS

 

RODNEY CRAIG MUCKENFUSS

 

STEPHEN DALTON MURRAY

 

WRONNIE LAUNDQUIEST MYERS

 

STEPHEN BRIAN NEWELL        *

 

DANIEL CLYDE NEWTON

 

JOHN PAUL O'QUINN

 

WILLIAM LEWIS PARKER

 

THOMAS ODIS PEEPLES

 

KEVIN THOMAS PEEPLES

 

ANTHONY WAYNE PERRY          *

 

T GILLARD PINCKNEY

 

ROBERT VAN PINKSTON SR

 

ROBERT VAN PINKSTON JR

 

CHARLES LYNN POCHIE

 

CLINTON ARTHUR PORTER

 

WILLIAM THOMAS PRIDGEN

 

STEPHEN PAUL PRINCE

 

PAUL TOMAS PROVENCE

 

GEORGE LEATHERBURY PUGH

 

JOSEPH CRAIG PURCELL JR

 

HENRY FORD PURCELL

 

DONALD ALVIS QUANN

 

RICHARD MILTON REESE

 

LARRY ALAN REEVES

 

LEPINE L RICE

 

REX ROLAND RICHARD

 

DAVID GORDON RICHARDS

 

JIMMY DEAN RIDER

 

ROBIN BICKER RIGG

 

WILLIAM EDWARD ROBINS

 

SCOTT WILLIAM ROBINSON

 

THOMAS LEGARE RODGERS

 

RICHARD EUGENE ROPER

 

ROBERT EARL ROPER

 

HARRY GRESHAM ROUNTREE

 

PERCY ALAN ROWLAND

 

CURTIS WADE RUFTY

 

GERALD  SAULS

 

IRVING  SCHERER

 

MELVIN  SCHOENBERG

 

DANIEL JOSEPH SHEETS

 

BOBBY JOE SHIVER

 

WILLIAM CURTIS SMITH

 

RICHARD HEYWARD SMITH

 

FARROW JAMES SMITH

 

HEYWARD COLEMAN SMITH

 

HAMPTON KINDRICKS SNELL

 

PAUL ALAN SNYDER JR

 

MICHAEL BRICE SPADE

 

WILLIAM RUSSEL SPAULDING

 

ROBERT WADE SQUIRES

 

JERRY LEE STRADER

 

BRUCE WAYNE SZELEWA

 

DAN H THOMPSON

 

ROBERT BRUCE THOMPSON

 

DEKLE DEAN TODD

 

MICHAEL JOHN TREZEVANT

 

JEAN ANDRE' TROCHET

 

WILLARD GOWIN TUTEN

 

ROGER WARREN WARD

 

ARTHUR JOSEPH WARREN

 

JOSEPH HENRY WATERS

 

JACK JOLLIFFE WATTS II       *

 

CHARLES FREDERICK WEICKHARDT

 

MICHAEL CLEMENT WEST

 

JAMES JOSEPH WHALEN

 

PAUL ALLEN WILLIAMSON *

 

TODD MILTON WILTSE         *

 

CHARLES JOHN WINSCOTT

 

LEWIS HICKS WRIGHT

 

LAWRENCE ALLEN YOAKUM

 

*  = MEMBER  E/A OR F/C ONLY

 

 

                                                                                              

    The following is a list of the PAST MASTERS since 1983

 

EDWARD ROGER SARVIS    -------------------------------------    1984                               

EDGAR RAY  HANNA  -------------------------------------------     1985

CHARLES FREDERICK WEICKHARDT  ------------------------ 1986

DAVID SAUL KOZAK   ---------------------------------------------- 1987

JOHN JUNIOR PIERATT  ---------------------------------------       1988

LAURENCE EDWARD LAUGHLIN  --------- --------------------  1989

WRONNIE LAUNDQUIEST MYERS  ------------------------- -    1990

JOHN JUNIOR PIERATT  -------------------------------------------- 1991

JOSEPH  DEPEW   ---------------------------------------------------    1992

JAMIE XAVIER MARTINEZ---------------------------------------   1993

EDGAR RAY  HANNA -----------------------------------------------  1994

JOHN GARY HARVEY    -----------------------------------------     1995

KEVIN USIF ENNIS  -----------------------------------------------    1996

CHARLES JACK FORD  --------------------------------------------  1997

WILLIAM  BEETCHER  -------------------------------------------   1998

DAVID SAUL KOZAK  --------------------------------------------   1999

NORMAN FRANCIS GAY   ---------------------------------------   2000

DAVID NORMAN GAY    ------------------------------------------   2001