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June 10, 1998 THE LAMAR DEMOCRAT AND SULLIGENT NEWS "The Weekly Read Daily" Page 5 EN g her debut at the Opry this week Was 'Urden. S he is 14 yea's.. What a voice, stile )ngs with backt.t'# Patsy Clirib .really did great. applause from The Backstreet Opry OTHA LEE SHURDEN Otha Lee Shurden, from Memphis, TN was another guest singer. Brandi is his daughter. He did a couple of songs with the band and this wasn't his first time on stage. He got some big applause from the fans. need for successful lawns & Gardens. evin Dust &;kiquid, Dipel Dust, Liquid Malthon & Diazton LARRY LOT[ Larry Lott played the drums for a while to give Doug Hollingsworth a break. Larry is a disk jockey for WOXB-IO0 in Grenada, MS. He did a good job on a couple of songs. Charlie Reagan was re- sponsible for getting these vis- iting entertainers. Charlie is a big supporler of the Opry. Other visitors were Tina Clouse and Boys of Vernon. The Backstreet Opry was one of those shows you did not want to miss. The Opry gang were at their best and there were several visiting Barbara Dalton, 7125 West 80th PL., Avada, CO. 80003 she is also a descendant of John Bull/Randal. Thanks for the Chart! Greg Green, 1313 Ilise Lane, Vidalia, GA. 30474 Ph. 912- 537-6402: I am researching for info on descendants of the fol- lowing children of Henry and Lavinia Pickle. Samuel Pickle born 1848, husband of Nancy Lockhan and Susan F. Lockhart; Lavinia Pickle, wife of M.M. (Mark) Pickle: Henry K. Pickle born 1840, husband of Amanda V. Dill. Also need info on Zebedee(ZEB) Pickle father of Zena Pickle Tate, Dollie Pickle and Dick Pickle. If you are fa- miliar with Monroe County cemeteries please contact me. I need the location of the one called Aunt Sailie Pickle cem- etery. It is described as being located at center point, in the forks of Sipsey Creek and Buttahatchie River. Based on what I have learned it may be important to Pickle researchers. The correct address of Ray A. Morton, is 11350 Shangri- La Ave., Hesperia, CA. 92345 who is researching Dill/Morton. Charles R. Corbett, EO. Box 3502, Tallahassee, FI. 32315- 3502: Book for sale Lowdnes County, GA. Probate records July term 1847-Jan term 1852. Visitors who registered: Chris Leslie, 5820 East 2nd. Wichita, KS. 67208 Ph. 316- 651-0137 seeking info on Jack- son, Glasgow, Barnes, Prater. Karen L. Taylor, 11729 Clearglen, Whittier, CA. Zip?? Ph. 562-943-1570 Looking for Harris/Friday. Vivian E. Lynn, All3 Strickland Circle, Vernon, AL. 35592 Desire to correspond fO, s,e, with Randolph connection. ,oe;O,o singers, o...............o...... %?4% o,,.+ . , Our regular entertainers Anthony. Truelove Prime 61bay Feeds this weekwere: Linda Reeves, Named To .Dean's 9'/o Swe,.t Feed Charlie Reagan, Jim Riley, List At L,wngston - 12% Sweet Feed Gone Jones, Lois Gallop, Oor- Rabbit, Chicken & Goat Feed LIVINGSTON, AL - A to- Salt; Blocks othy McGee, Ooug Hollings- tal of 190 students were named OuSCience Diet Dog & Cat; Food Hollingsworth, Larry Ford, to the Dean's List at The Uni- iner, Diamond Rex Dog Food Wayne Glass, Mary Tucker, varsity of Alabama for the Flea & Tick Spray & Shampoo for Cats & Dogs Seed 'L: Grass Seed tT Potting Sod o Cgpress mulch  Illater Hoses i nce Post o fill ncm 9 Bring this Ad in & Receive I Free"Deb-A-Doo" Hamburger (w/Food Purchase) I County Probate Judge (Sonny) McLellan Harold Pinkerton, Jim Rushing, Grace Reeves, Terry Woods, and Carol Woods. Celebrating his birthday this week was George Watkins. OOOOOOO Lamar County Individuals Neighbors Kinfolks Soldiers BY: JEAN CARR 181 4th St. Vernon, AL. 35592 The following need help with their research on their an- cestors. John B. Gartman, 1017-10th St. NW., Vernon, AL 35592: Looking for info on my great- grandparents, John Wesley Gartman born 1825 Lamar Co. AI., died April. 14, 1865 Lamar Co. married Jan. 28, 1845 to Sarah R. Hams. They are bur- ied at South Carolina Cem. Lamar Co. AL. That is all I know about her. All help appre- ciated. Also needing help with grandparents, James O. Gartman born Feb. 12, 1858 died April 25, 1935 married Oct. 2, 1881. Both are buffed at Shiloh Cem. All help appre- ciated Ph. 695-7756. Thanks to Mrs. Ruth McClesky, P.O. Box 53 Citronelle, AI. 36522-0053 for the papers from the national ar- chives on Sophronia and David Moore. They were placed in our file for anyone to see that is in- terested "in this couple. We are grateful for all the donors to the Lamar County Heritage Book. The library and Society accepts meterials for this collection. Thanks to Mr. Alfred Tate for another Cantrell File. This is the 2nd one he sent in recently. We appreciate you Mr. Bill! Mary Lou Roberts, 604 Car- damon Dr. Virginia Beach, VA., 23464 sent me her up date on the John Bull/Randal line. She would like the new address on Bev Williamson who was liv- ing in Patuxent River, MD. the last contact we had with her. Also received a letter from Spring Quarter, according to Clarence Egbert, Registrar at the West Alabama school. A 3.25 average on a four- point system must be maintained during the quarter with the stu- dent taking a minimum course load of 14 quarter hours in or- der to make the honor's list. Anthony Truelove of Sulligent, AL, was named to the Spring Quarter Dean s List. @O@@@@@@@O@@O@OO YESTERYEARS, January 1944 - Vernon: Mr. and Mrs. Felix Bobo announce the arrival of a baby girl whom they have named Mary Faith. iiiii YESTERYEARS, April 1954 - Reform News: Mr. and Mrs. Clifton and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Graham of Crossroads Com- munity were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Linn Wright and Helen last Monday night. YESTERYEARS, April 1954 - Kingville: Friends and relatives here of Mr. Locke Duke of Fayette regret to learn of his serious illness in the McNease- Robertson Hospital. YESTERYEARS, November 1954 - Annette Pennington, 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trib Pennington of Vemon, fell out of the family car in Vernon on Christmas Eve and was taken to Lamar County General Hospital. Annette is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Pennington and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Robertson, all of Vernon. She was released from the hospital on Christmas Day. Thank You Lamar County And District 16! i L With your continued support and prayers, I will be your representa- tive. This election has shown the importance of ever yote[ Make yours count! Vote Fowler, June 30 State Representative Pd. Pal. Adv. By Loyd Fowler, P.O. Box 643, Fayette, AL 35555 , A 00'llt aild in a homeowrers discount for your newhouse. Brown- Duckworth - Morris 695-9116 698-9159 Vemon, AI li/p Zodus Turner, Jr. k F. &,. Catfish Filet Dinners $4.99 9=Ik Soft & Hard Ice Cream, Splits, Sundaes & Shakes. Luncheon Plates Served at 11 AM Plant Deliveries Upon Request (Please Call 1 Hour Ahead) Man - Thurs. 9 - 6 Dabble Gilliland Frl. & Sat. 9 - 8 Hwy 278 East Owner Dine In or Carry Out Beaverton, AL 698-8641 i ' Country Crock Spread Steak Fries Trend g Powders *1.1 '"" 59 ,,,-. ,., Container 2 '  Kraft Extra Sharp Kellogg's Cheddar Cheese Raisin Bran Bags or Free,e! Bags Ol.69 "*= ,,+ 1.49 Quart20 CountSize Gwaltney Bacon '1.49 ,=o,.,,,+ Aberdeen . Pork Sausage 99 lm. Cereal *2.99 20 OZ. Shurfine-1 Gallon Bleach * 1.03 Dovo '1.09 ,=o,. Renew Tall Kitchen Bags 79 15 count Shurflne Paper Towels 65 ,,o.