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Hurst

(hŭrst),
Edward Weston, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Hurst disease.

Hurst

(hŭrst),
Arthur Frederick (born Hertz), English physician, 1879-1944. See: hertz.
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In 1886, Hurst said, his grandfather was working on the railroads and living in Buena Vista, Colo.
Although Tipton & Hurst doesn't have greenhouses anymore, at one point the company had almost 50,000 SF of greenhouse space.
Today, Tipton & Hurst is the largest independent florist in Arkansas, with about 50 employees in four retail locations.
Tipton & Hurst owns all its properties, which, in addition to its four stores, includes a 26,000-SF warehouse near Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock.
For example, Tipton & Hurst doesn't actually grow anything itself anymore, but instead purchases its merchandise directly from other growers all over the world.
Half of our business is flowers; the other half is gifts and accessories and a lot of seasonal items," Hurst said.
Most florists are pretty much just flowers and plants and just do a little bit of that other stuff," Hurst said.
We do a lot of events and have for years," Hurst said.
Flowers are a very comforting thing and that's what we do," Hurst said.
One of the big things is, the flower industry used to be one of the only industries where you could actually have same-day delivery," Hurst said.
Mrs Hurst was known as Auntie Irene by her neighbours' children whom she looked after and watched grow up.
Since 1939 the house had been home to Mr Hurst's parents and when they died the tenancy passed to Mr Hurst.