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240 E Marshall StVan Alstyne, TX 75495
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Apr 4, 2021
Dave's Flower Box – an institution worth keeping – San Diego Downtown News - San Diego Downtown News
Unfortunately, construction of an apartment building poses a threat to the continued survival of Dave’s Flower Box. Located at the corner of Texas Street and El Cajon Boulevard, the owners of the project next door want to eliminate the entrance to their business. Most customers use the El Cajon Boulevard entrance. With only the much smaller Texas Street entrance remaining, it will be difficult to enter the business. Traffic at this intersection is already difficult and undoubtedly will impact the amount of business Dave’s Flower Box will receive.
A beloved business like Dave’s Flower Box is one that San Diego needs. Efforts are being made to keep the El Cajon Boulevard entrance. Please support Dave’s Flower Box and their efforts to keep both entrances intact. Their products, staff and longevity make Dave’s Flower Box an institution worth keeping.
Dave’s Flower Box
2405 El Cajon Boulevard619-298-7247www.davesflowerbox.com
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Dona Gardenhire | Obituary - Rockwall County Herald Banner
Dona worked in the county clerk's office before attending East Texas State Teachers College. Dona met and married Frank Jones Spelce, Jr. in 1942. The couple moved to Ft. Worth and began working at Consolidated/ General Dynamics/ Lockheed Martin (the Plant) until they retired almost 50 years later. During that time, they raised their daughter, Mary Carol, and enjoyed many wonderful family vacations together. When Frank passed, Dona moved back to Rockwall where she reconnected with childhood friend Dr. James Homer (Bud) Gardenhire whom she married in 1993. Dona and Bud traveled extensively until his passing seeking rare wildflowers to photograph. Dona was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church Rockwall and the Martha Sunday School Class, a proud member of the Rock Wall Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, The Friday Study Club, Friends of the Library, and the Rockwall County Historical Foundation. Dona was classy, social, and hardworking, with a great love for her family and cared for some as they aged. She had several lifelong friends and never threw away a greeting card. She enjoyed flower gardening, especially iris, family genealogy, and local history. Dona emphasized education and provided many with financial, material, and logistical support in their lives. She is survived by daughter: Mary Carol Vervalin and husband David; grandson: Steven Charles Skipworth and wife Caren; granddaughter: Carol Jean Neal and husband Tim; five great-grandchildren: Melissa Anderson, Austin Meine, Sydney Brandow, Jasen Skipworth, and Lindsay Hudgins; and three great-great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00pm, Monday, March 15, 2021, at First Baptist Church, 610 S. Goliad Street, Rockwall with Pastor Jesse Crouch officiating. Interment will follow in Rockwall Memorial Cemetery. A gathering of family and friends will be h... Apr 4, 2021
Flowers! - EurekAlert
Natural History, Washington, D.C.,; University of Florida, U.S.; Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso, Cuiabá, Brazil; ExxonMobil Corporation, Spring, Texas, U.S.; Centro Científico Tecnológico-CONICET, Mendoza, Argentina; Universidad de Chile, Santiago; University of Maryland, College Park, U.S.; Capital Normal University, Beijing, China; Corporación Geológica Ares, Bogota, Colombia; Paleoflora Ltda., Zapatoca, Colombia; University of Houston, Texas, U.S.; Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones Científicas SINCHI, Leticia, Colombia; Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Medellín, Colombia; Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, U.S.; BP Exploration Co. Ltd., UK; and University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
Apr 4, 2021
James Howland Sr. | Obituary - Rockwall County Herald Banner
On Thursday, March 25, 2021, James Thomas Howland Sr. of Caddo Mills, Texas, passed away at the age of 93. James was born on Jan. 4, 1928, in Annona, Texas, to Roy and Zelma Howland. The son of East Texas sharecroppers, James was the second-oldest of seven children and grew up working the field with his family. He married his wife, Francis, in 1963 and moved to Rockwall, Texas, where they raised three children. James worked as a filling station attendant and then as a machinist at the Rockwall aluminum plant, from which he retired after 30 years of service. On July 28, 1990, he lost his beloved wife after almost 37 years of marriage. Affectionately known as Paw Paw, James' greatest joy was spending time with his large extended family. He enjoyed fishing, watching wrestling and football, mowing, driving his golf cart and, in his later years, even a little reality TV. He loved chicken-fried-chicken and sweets, particularly strawberry yogurt, pronounced with his endearing East Texas drawl. James was a simple man, strong in his Christian faith, and was known to pepper a Thanksgiving prayer with as many "Lords" as possible. James was preceded in death by his parents, wife Francis Howland, son Baby Howland, son-in-law Richard Palczynsky, grandson Steven Palczynsky, great-granddaughter Avery Palczynsky, sister Lucy Vanhoose, and brother Wayne Howland. He is survived by daughter Connie Miller and husband Thomas, daughter Jalana Palczynsky, and son Jamie Howland and wife Lisa, all of Caddo Mills, Texas. He is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 26 gre... Feb 1, 2021
These plants are dressed in Pantone color choices of the year - yoursun.com
It has won 85 awards from Florida, Georgia to Texas, Delaware to Penn State and Cornell. There aren’t too many plants that can match this trophy case.Known botanically as Chrysocephalum apiculatum, Flambé is from Tasmania and Australia and has the common name strawflower, though it does not resemble the large selections we call Bracteantha. It was selected as a Mississippi Medallion Award Winner while I was a Horticulture Specialist with Mississippi State University.NONSTOP BLOOMSYou might wonder what’s so special about a plant with a name that is difficult to pronounce. The answer is nonstop blooms on a plant that is drought tolerant, heat tolerant and frost tolerant to around 30 degrees.In our Mississippi State University Trials, it bloomed with its small button-like flowers of orange or yellow from May right up until hard freezes in November or December. Gardeners is zones 9 and 10 may find it returns in the spring as a perennial with explicit drainage, but the rest of us will enjoy it as an annual, and one that is of exceptional value.GREAT IN CONTAINERSThe Flambé chrysocepalum is available in orange and yellow. The Flambé Yellow has silver-gray leaves while the Flambé Orange has olive-green foliage. The plants are trailing, reaching about 8 to 15 inches tall. This trailing habit means they are wonderful in mixed containers.Combine the hot-colored yellow Flambé yellow with cool colors like Whirlwind Blue scaevola, and this years new Whirlwind Starlight scaevola which just also happen ...