Florists in Mcpherson, KS
Find local Mcpherson, Kansas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Mcpherson and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Mcpherson Flower Shops
1320 N Main
Mcpherson, KS 67460
Mcpherson KS News
Feb 9, 2017
A variety of options available for last-minute Valentine's Day gifts
Barefoot in the Park" by Montana Repertory Theatre, Green Country Jazz Festival with Charles McPherson, and Annie Moses Band: The Art of the Love Song. Those looking for an adult-themed show should look into NSU Drama's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" on Feb. 15-18.
Tahlequah Community Playhouse will perform "Nanny's Naughty Knickers" the weekends before and after Valentine's Day, and offers a valentine's special for the second weekend, if ordered by Wednesday. This package includes a table for two, champagne, flowers and candy.
Valentine's dinner specials are available in the area, as well. Las Maracas and El Molcajete will each have a coupon in the Daily Press for two combination dinners at a discounted price. Jincy's Kitchen in Park Hill is taking reservations for its Valentine's Day steak dinner. The Matthews will provide the music for the evening.
Lovers can pick up a last-minute jewelry gift at the Dillon Rose Valentine Trunk Show on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Tahlequah Daniel's Jewelry. The silversmith artist will be on hand to help buyers decide which item is a match for their loved ones.
For the little loves in the family, many locations offer stuffed animals ranging from tiny to huge, as well as a variety of sweets.
"We have candy bouquets for kids and the men in your life. They can be customized with different candies, chocolates or sweets," said MacMillan. "We also have valentine balloons and a 6-1/2 foot teddy bear."
... (Tahlequah Daily Press)Oct 13, 2016
Doebel's Flowers adds 100th anniversary Ferris wheel
The wheels are made from cypress wood from an old greenhouse. The wheels were reinforced with cable salvaged from the former McPherson Middle School’s stage. Doebel acquired the cable and other equipment at the MMS auction before its demolition. “I thought maybe someday I would need it,” he said.
The wheel spokes are new, but the motor operating the Ferris wheel came from an ice crusher used in the former Winesburg Inn. The baskets holding seasonal flowers are made from 55-gallon plastic drums cut in half and painted.
The frame was built inside a workshop and moved outdoors to complete its assembly. There was a lot of struggle along the way, Eric said. The work was tedious but he knew the end result would be worthwhile. Schacher was Eric’s parts assembler, cutting and drilling holes and doing other grunt work. He also did all the painting and professional lettering.
Cheryl determined the color of the Ferris wheel, yellow and burgundy to match the business logo and signs. The paint was specially mixed at Nickel’s Paint in Fremont, which has named the colors “Doebel’s Yellow” and “Doebel’s Burgundy.”
After months of construction, it took less than an hour to move it by tractor to its permanent location. “It was an intense moment,” said Schacher.
“It was a little unnerving,” said Kastor, since the Ferris wheel barely cleared the space between the front sign and the utility poles. Now that it is firmly anchored, floral displays in the baskets will be changed with the seasons.
Crafts show slated at the Clyde Moose
A craft show will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Clyde Moose at Eaton Avenue and Maple Street.
Lions Club to collect for eye care
The Clyde Lions Club is observing White Cane Safety Day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at Old Fort Bank, Croghan Colonial Bank and Miller’s Super Valu. This will be the second year Clyde Lions will be conducting this drive and monies received will be used towards eye care within the Lions District.
Donation boxes for used prescription eyeglasses are located at the pharmacy department of Discount Drug Mart and Rite Aid.
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... (Fremont News Messenger)Sep 14, 2016
Obituraries for week of Sept 12
Melissa Ann Angus McPherson
In Loving Memory of my daughter:
Melissa Ann Angus McPherson,who passed away August 31, 2016 in Orange Park at the age of 41.
Arrangements being handled by Hardage Giddens Rivermead Funeral Home on Blanding Blvd.
Her surviving family are three sons and on daughter; Austin and Colin Gross; Brock and Lilah McPherson and husband Basil. Loving mother; Valerie Bender Walker and stepfather, Keith; Grandparents; William and Roseanne Bender; Sister; Melanie, stepsister, Brandy, nieces; Brooklyn and Lily, nephew; Michael. She has many other extended family members, friends and co-workers that will miss her.
I will forever love and miss her and I know she is resting in peace.
Susan LaVerne Judy Bush
Susan LaVerne Judy Bush, 75, of Green Cove Springs, FL passed away Saturday, September 10, 2016.
She was born May 14, 1941 in Lima, OH to parents, Loel L. Judy and Evelyn I. (Stover) Judy. Mrs. Bush moved to the area in 1975 coming from New Albany, IN. She was of the Catholic faith and a pa... (Clay Today Online)Jul 5, 2016
The Sun Shone Bright on Deb's Daylilies Fourth Annual Wine & Flowers Festival
Frye (Waterford, Va.) and DJ Roller (Richmond, Va.). Hunting Creek Vineyards (Clover, Va.) was on site to offer samples of wines and sangria. Sandy McPherson, owner of the vineyard, was available to discuss the wines and offer advice on which of the beverages would best suit an individual’s palate if a recommendation was desired. Jason and Robert from Extra Billy’s BBQ (Midlothian, Va.) kept pleasant aromas aloft of shrimp kabobs, hot dogs and barbeque. Many partook of the incredible eats they made available. Each customer’s money appeared well spent as there was enough meat on one bun to easily make two filling sandwiches. Although both food and beverages were offered at Deb’s Daylilies Wine & Flowers Event, patrons had the option of bringing their own. Some individuals thoroughly enjoyed parking themselves on a comfortable blanket in the shade and drinking or snacking from items they brought from home. While some were buying flowers, eating, drinking, listening to music or socializing with new found friends, others played a game of corn hole or admired the race car that is sponsored in part by Deb’s Daylilies. It should also not go without saying several guests brought along their pets to partake in the fresh air and festivities. The Parsons welcomed everyone – those with fur and, those without.
During the Wine & Flowers Event, a guest of Deb’s Daylilies could look in any direction and see that fun was being had by all. This was the fourth year for the event and, while it is still a fairly new annual affair, one can see that it will become more popular and anticipated every year.
(The Southside Messenger)Apr 28, 2016
Brevard high school track and field best performers
C), 22.0; 4. Green (R), Watkins (A), 22.1; 6. Lyons (P), Cabrera (V), 22.2
400m: 1. Lawson (C) 48.9; 2. Charles (C), 49.6; 3. Taylor (A), 49.9; 4. McPherson (MCC), 50.3; 5. Novak (CB), 50.4; 6. Garland (EG), Drenga (SC), 50.7
800m: 1.Cross (MI), 1:58; 2. Rodeghier (SC), 1:59; 3. Hayes (WS), Paledino (MI), 2:00; 5. E. Kattenberg (S), Jones (T), Watts (H), 2:01
1600m: 1. Cross (MI), 4:20; 2. J. Cacciatore (S), 4:26; 3. T. Kattenberg (S), Jones (T), 4:30; 5. E. Kattenberg (S), 4:31; 6. Camps (WS), Dean (V), 4:34
3200m: 1. Cross (MI), 9:15; 2. J. Cacciatore (S), 9:24; 3. E. Kattenberg (S), 9:35; 4. T. Kattenberg (S), 9:39; 5. Jones (T), 9:42; 6. Camps (WS), 9:50
110m hurdles: 1. Batch (MI), 14.4; 2. Ramirez (H), Parker (C), 14.6; 4. Schultheis (A), 14.7; 5. Folston (V), 15.1; 6. Dalrymple (MI), 15.3
300m hurdles: 1. Folston (V), 38.6; 2. Batch (MI), 38.7; 3. Ramirez (H), 39.5; 4. Schultheis (A), 39.9; 5. Wyly (T), 40.1; 6. Parker (C), 40.5
4x100m relay: 1. Viera, 41.4; 2. Cocoa, 41.7; 3. Heritage, MCC, 43.0; 5. Merritt Island, 43.4; 6. Space Coast, 43.5
4x400m relay: 1. Cocoa, 3:19; 2. Merritt Island, Space Coast, 3:29; 4. Astronaut, 3:30; 5. Satellite, 3:32; 6. Viera, 3:34
4x800m relay: 1. Satellite, 8:08; 2. Space Coast, 8:14; 3. Merritt Island, 8:16; 4. Viera, 8:23; 5. Melbourne, 8:24; 6. Rockledge, 8:26
Discus: 1. Heideman (S), 164-5; 2. Caglione (V), 159-1; 3. Folge (S), 143-8; 4. Bouie (V), 143-0; 5. Jackson (SC), 135-8; 6. Schaefer (WS), 134-0
Shot put: 1. Caglione (V), 52-8; 2. Heideman (S), 51-11; 3. Reid (H), 49-4; 4. Farris (T), 47-3; 5. Wilbert (H), 46-5; 6. Jackson (SC), 46-4
Pole vault: 1. Bandos (V), 14-6; 2. Mumme (S), 13-6; 3. Payne (S), 13-0; 4. Morris (S), Schultheis (A), 12-6; 6. Peterson (MI), Kolp (S), 12-0
High jump: 1. Schultheis (A), 7-2; 2. Boyd (V), 6-3; 3. Persicketti (S), 6-2; 4. Carpenter (WS), Turner (T), Bartley (H), Williams (C), 6-0
Long jump: 1. Lawson (C), 23-7; 2. Allen (SC), 22-11; 3. Taylor (A), 22-2; 4. Green (R), 21-7; 5. Boyd (V), 21-6; 6. Parker (C), Corbin (HT), 21-5
Triple jump: 1. Lawson (C... (Florida Today)Apr 22, 2016
High school sports results from Tuesday, March 29
R), Watkins (A), 22.1; 6. Lyons (P), 22.2
400m: 1. Lawson (C) 49.1; 2. Charles (C), 49.9; 3. Taylor (A), 50.3; 4. Watkins (A), Novak (CB), 51.1; 6. McPherson, (MCC), 51.4
800m: 1.Cross (MI), 1:58; 2. Rodeghier (SC), 1:59; 3. Hayes (WS), E. Kattenberg (S), Paledino (MI), 2:01; 6. Alexander (V), Toms (MI), Brunotte (V), 2:03
1600m: 1. Cross (MI), 4:20; 2. T. Kattenberg (S), 4:30; 3. E. Kattenberg (S), Jones (T), 4:31; 5. J. Cacciatore (S), 4:33; 6. Camps (WS), Dean (V), 4:34
3200m: 1. Cross (MI), 9:15; 2. J. Cacciatore (S), 9:24; 3. E. Kattenberg (S), 9:35; 4. T. Kattenberg (S), 9:39; 5. Jones (T), 9:46; 6. Camps (WS), 9:50
110m hurdles: 1. Schultheis (A), 14.7; 2. Batch (MI), 14.9; 3. Ramerez (H), 15.0; 4. Parker (C), 15.2; 5. Folston (V), Dalrymple (MI), 15.3
300m hurdles: 1. Batch (MI), 38.7; 2. Schultheis (A), 39.9; 3. Wyly (T), 40.1; 4. Parker (C), 40.5; 5. Ramos (SC), Folston (V), 40.7
4x100m relay: 1. Viera, 41.4; 2. Cocoa, 41.7; 3. Merritt Island, 43.4; 4. Space Coast, 43.5; 5. Astronaut, 43.6; 6. Melbourne Central Catholic, Satellite, 43.7
4x400m relay: 1. Cocoa, 3:19; 2. Merritt Island, 3:29; 3. Astronaut, 3:30; 4. Space Coast, 3:31; 5. Viera, 3:35; 6. Satellite, 3:37
4x800m relay: 1. Satellite, 8:13; 2. Space Coast, 8:14; 3. Viera, 8:23; 4. Melbourne, Merritt Island, 8:24; 6. Titusville, 8:36
Discus: 1. Caglione (V), 159-1; 2. Heideman (S), 150-0; 3. Bouie (V), 140-8; 4. Jackson (SC), 135-8; 5. Fogle (S), 133-2; 6. Clark (MI), 125-4
Shot put: 1. Caglione (V), 52-8; 2. Heideman (S), 50-6; 3. Johnson (MI), 46-2; 4. Farris (T), 46-1; 5. Bouie (V), 45-11; 6. Bovain (T), 45-6
Pole vault: 1. Bandos (V), 14-1; 2. Mumme (S), Payne (S), 13-0; 4. Schultheis (A), Peterson (MI), 12-0; 6. Kolp (S), Morris (S), 11-6
High jump: 1. Schultheis (A), 7-2; 2. Boyd (V), 6-3; 3. Carpenter (WS), Turner (T), 6-0; 5. Rodeghier (SC), Floyd (R), Bartnev (H), Cabrera (V), Nelson (C), Williams (C), 5-10
Long jump: 1. Lawson (C), 23-7; 2. Taylor (A), 22-2; 3. Allen (SC), 21-7; 4. Boyd (V), 21-5; 5. Parker (C), 21-2; 6. Barber (H), 21-0
Triple jump: 1. Lawson (C), 46-10; 2. Walker (WS), 44-1; 3. Lopez (T), 42-7; 4. Parker (C), 41-8; 5. Floyd (R), 41-4; 6. Diggs (MI), 41-2
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