Clipped From The Mexia Weekly Herald
TEXANS HEAD SCOTTISH RiTE HOSPITAL : Eight prominent Texans—all Hicjii MaE-ins—will direct the policies of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children in Dallas for the ensuing year. The new officers shf>\v:i above were unanimously elected at the annual meeting of the Hoard of T. i;stt"s recently. Reading from left to right (top row) they are: Kathan Adams, chairman of the board; Judge Hiram F. Lively, vite-chair:i:aii; \V. A. Browning, president; R. B. Germany, 1st vice-president; 'Yb-.iiom row) John L. DeGrazier. 2n.i vice-president; Judge To \vne YOU/IK, •'!"! vice - president; George IJ, Jordan, treasurer, and Asher Minr/.. secretary. Dr. Brandon Carrnll was re-elected chief surgeon an:l Miis A. L. Little, superintendent. The Scottish Rite Hospital is near::'/,' the r:id of a successful stat'.'-wiri'j drive for funds with which to o;;s;-;:U; (lie liospitai for crippled children. A major portion of the-fur.iii received have come from the "general Texas territory," according to rej;urls.