1914 - 2006
||Pansy Margueritte Fuller [1, 2, 3] |
||20 Mar 1914
||Hemphill, Sabine County, Texas 
||24 Aug 2006
||Hemphill, Sabine County, Texas 
- Member of the Hemphill Garden Club. Interested in genealogy.
San Augustine Tribune
Thursday, August 31, 2006
Pansy Marguerite Adickes
Funeral services for Pansy Margueritte Adickes, 92, of Hemphill were held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday August 26, 2006 at Starr Funeral Home in Hemphill. Burial followed at Hemphill Cemetery in Hemphill. Rev. Gary Leinhart officiated. She died August 24 in her home. Pansy was born March 20, 1914 in Hemphill to Jim Fuller and Willie Mason Fuller. She was a lifelong resident of Hemphill, a pharmacist and member of the First United Methodist Church. She is survived by her daughters, Anne USSERY and husband, Earl of Henderson and Sharon CROWELL of Hemphill; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
A more detailed obituary appeared in the August 30, 2006 Sabine County Reporter
Pansy Margueritte Fuller Adickes
Pansy Margueritte Fuller Adickes, 92, of Hemphill died Thursday, Aug. 24, 2006.
Pansy was born March 20, 1914 in Hemphill, the daughter of the late Jim and Willie Mason FULLER. Pansy graduated from Hemphill High School as salutatorian in 1931 and graduated from Texas Women's University with a degree in Interior Design and History in 1935. This degree also included a permanent high school teacher's certificate. She returned to Hemphill and taught school for several years. Pansy returned to school at the University of Texas to become a pharmacist and graduated in 1943. She was very proud to be the first woman pharmacist from Sabine County.
Pansy married Leon ADICKES on October 5, 1941. They took over Hemphill Drug Company in 1943, from Pansy's father Jim, who founded the company in 1912. Leon and Pansy operated the drug store until 1976. Pansy received a 50 year certificate of active service from the State of Texas and remained an inactive registered pharmacist. She was amused in recent years because job offers would arrive in the mail. She would comment "I wonder what they would think if I showed up for an interview."
Pansy enjoyed being active in local organizations. She was a charter member of the Hemphill Garden club and served as the second president. Pansy worked with the band boosters, PTA, was a charter member of Sabind County Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Pansy was a member of First Baptist Church for over 60 years and later joined with Leon the First Methodist Church. Leon grew up Lutheran and Pansy was Baptist so the compromised and became Methodist.
Pansy Margueritte Fuller Adickes is survived by her two daughters, Ann USSERY of Henderson and Sharon CROWELL of Hemphill, grandchildren are Stephen CROWELL, Darren CROWELL, Shannon CROWELL, Karen HAIRSTON, and Melissa GILLIS; and great-grandchildren, Jeffrey CROWELL, Madison CROWELL, Alanna CROWELL, Jacob CROWELL, Nickolas HAIRSTON, and Tyler and Tanner GILLIS. Services were held under the direction of Starr Funeral Home with interment in the Hemphill City Cemetery on Sunday, Aug. 27. The service was conducted by Pastor Gary Leinhart and eulogy was given by Martha TURNER.
||Strong Family Tree
||17 Aug 2014 |
||James Deweese Fuller, b. 29 Jul 1885, Texas , d. 14 Oct 1953, Texas |
||Willie Arthur Mason, b. 28 Sep 1893, Sabine County, Texas , d. 5 May 1987, San Augustine County, Texas |
||21 Jul 1912
||Sabine County, Texas 
- In the book A PICTORAL HISTORY OF SABINE COUNTY, TEXAS (Volume 4) by Robert Cecil McDaniel, there is a picture of Willie Mason and Jim Fuller on their honeymoon in Galveston, Texas.
||Fuller, James D and Willie (Mason), ca 1912|
Taken when they were honeymooning in Galveston, Texas
||Leon Herman Adickes, b. 12 Aug 1916, Mission Valley, Victoria County, Texas , d. 23 Mar 2005, Sabine County, Texas |
||5 Oct 1941 [2, 3]
||1 Feb 2007 |
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
- [S461] White & Toole, "Sabine County Historical Sketches and Genealogical Records" c. 1972, p 75 (Reliability: 3).
- [S336] The Sabine County Reporter, P.O. Box 700, Hemphill, Texas (Published Weekly), (Founded in 1883, The Sabine County Reporter (USPS 474-660) is published once a week on Wednesday. The Reporter is Published by Sabine County Reporter, Inc. Postmaster: Send change of address to P.O. Box 700, Hemphill, Texas 75948-0700. The Sabine County Reporter and The Rambler merged March 1, 1988. Member National Newspaper Association and Texas Press Association.), March 30, 2005 (Reliability: 3).
- [S336] The Sabine County Reporter, P.O. Box 700, Hemphill, Texas (Published Weekly), (Founded in 1883, The Sabine County Reporter (USPS 474-660) is published once a week on Wednesday. The Reporter is Published by Sabine County Reporter, Inc. Postmaster: Send change of address to P.O. Box 700, Hemphill, Texas 75948-0700. The Sabine County Reporter and The Rambler merged March 1, 1988. Member National Newspaper Association and Texas Press Association.), August 30, 2006, page 17 (Reliability: 3).