The North Carolina Mason

November/December 2017

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November/December 2017 The North Carolina Mason Page 15 Welcome our neW Brothers Dellinger, Marcus Weston St John's 1 Femiano, Nathaniel Richard Phoenix 8 Holmes, Lawrence Downing Phoenix 8 Muench, Robert Raymond Phoenix 8 New , John Andrew American George 17 Troutman, Donald Joe Stokes 32 Myers, Bobby Ivan Liberty 45 Murphy, Craig Richard Lafayette 83 Goodwin, Travis Guy Fellowship 84 Stocks, Chapel Breckenridge Jerusalem 95 Oakes, Stephen Earl Columbus 102 Moore, Derek Brandon Franklin 109 Beaver, Christopher Kyle Mt. Hermon 118 Carter, Thomas Martin Mt. Hermon 118 Fowler, Daniel Grant Mt. Hermon 118 Johnson, Cortez Eugene Mt. Hermon 118 Woodlief Jr, Thomas D Oxford 122 Goins, Christopher David Hanks 128 Robinson, Curtis James Cherokee 146 Creech Jr, Kenneth Earl Palmyra 147 Godwin III, Raymond Arthur Palmyra 147 Benton, Evan Lavon Williams 176 Isaacson, Christopher Steven Granite 191 Canipe, Christopher Todd Cleveland 202 Fitzpatrick, Adam Michael Long Creek 205 McClure, Maxwell Alan Long Creek 205 Ramsey, Austin Gene Long Creek 205 Ferrell IV, Eugene Thomas Mt. Olive 208 Ferrell, Jacob Alex Mt. Olive 208 Ferrell, Samuel Morgan Mt. Olive 208 Kidd, Richard McLeod Catawba Valley 217 Bugajski, Joshua Hopkins William G. Hill 218 Davis, Gregory Tolston Corinthian 230 Miller, Thomas Randall William T. Bain 231 Shumate Jr, Lonnie Clifton Mystic Tie 237 Bowman, Brandon Alexander Lee 253 Ward, Charles Edward Tabasco 271 Dowell, Jeremy Travis Salem 289 Clark, Harry Bruce Atlantic 294 Mashburn, David Luther Clay 301 Fordham, John Burtrum Lillington 302 Hwang, Hyon Tong Lillington 302 Troutman, Robert Edward Granite 322 Mathis, Justin Lynn East LaPorte 358 Appling, Justin Scott Forest City 381 Parks, Angelo Jos'emeritus Forest City 381 Thompson, Miles Marty Forest City 381 Forbis Jr, Kenneth Ray Seaside 429 Milton, William Bradley South Fork 462 Lindquist, Hayden Matthew Lexington Memorial 473 Watkins, Jeffrey Robert Lexington Memorial 473 Johnson, Jonathan Dwayne Rockingham 495 Dods, Isaac Komakapahiha Raleigh 500 Kordoulis, Dionysios Raleigh 500 Riemer, Clark Duncan Raleigh 500 Russell, Austin Cole Cherryville 505 Buchanan, William Joseph Mt. Pleasant 573 Crick, John Bainbridge Apex 584 Black, Edsel Coyte Maiden 592 Leftwich, Roger Heath Round Peak 616 Treece, Jonathan Mark Keller Memorial 657 Raynor, Jimmy Lee Beulaville 658 Ball, Christopher Austin Robbinsville 672 Crisp, Austin Ty Robbinsville 672 Sellers, Jordy Joe Robbinsville 672 Williams III, Charles Harvey Angier 686 Harper, Charles Edward Allen Graham 695 Doran, Joshua Thomas Derita 715 Crytser, James Oliver Cabarrus 720 Benton, Christopher Tanner Shallotte 727 Flaherty, Brian Anthony West Gate 738 Glover, Patrick Cody West Gate 738 James, Charles Sheldon Newell 739 Lowery, Stanley Douglas Shelby 744 Sparks, Matthew David Shelby 744 Bullings, Bruce Randall Clemmons 755 Barnes Jr, James Randolph Denver 757 Spry, Baryn Quinn Denver 757 Taylor, Ronald Brent Denver 757 Raines, Walden Matthew Sophia 767 While Masons toiled in a committee meeting downstairs at Eagle Lodge #19 on Dec. 1, their spouses and friends settled back in the lodge room upstairs to hear a reading from one of the most loved Southern writers of our time. Author Lee Smith, who began writing stories when she was 9, has written 17 works of fiction, including Fair and Tender Ladies, e Last Girls and Guests on Earth. She and her husband writer Hal Crowther live in Hillsborough. It was in Hillsborough that Smith met new Grand Master Speed Hallman and his wife, Susan. ey were neighbors for years until the Hallmans moved earlier this year to Wadesboro. e Hallmans invited Smith to speak as part of the weekend festivities leading up to his installation on Dec, 2 as North Carolina's 165th Grand Master of Masons. While the Board of General Purposes met below, she read from her new memoir, Dimestore, and autographed copies for the attendees. Susan Hallman gave each attendee a gift bag containing a small jar of pimiento cheese Susan made from Smith's mother's recipe. And she included the recipe! Author Lee Smith reads from her new memoir, "Dimestore" to spouses and friends of Masons mee ng at the Board of General Purposes at Eagle #19. The reading included a treat: some pi- miento cheese made from Smith's mother's recipe. Author treats Masons, spouses, friends More from the installation: Above, Lux Libertas #772 surprised their brother Hall- man with a framed UNC #18 basketball jersey. Below, Friends, family and representatives from many Ma- sonic bodies witnessed the 2018 installation ceremony at the Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill. Photos by Mike Harding

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