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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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This year, Tipton & Hurst is celebrating its 125th anniversary, and as Hurst, who has been president for the past 25 years, made clear, the company has come a long way in that time.
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.
If it had not been for persistent and brave lawyers, bosses like Joe Hurst would have continued to get away with stuffing ballot boxes and sending the graveyard in to vote.
The first inkling of success came in 1974, when the Hursts built a store where they primarily sold milk and eggs.
Many of our customers like to buy produce from local farmers, " says Hurst.
One week, Grocery Manager Willie Hurst, Curvin's brother, built a baseball diamond configuration with 500 cases of Gatorade.
A refrigerated meat case includes a 10pound carton of bacon ends that Hurst says, "People use for pork and beans or stick small packages in the freezer for use later.
Tending the front and back garden, covered in flower beds, cropped grass and shrubs, was a labour of love for Mr and Mrs Hurst in their spare time.
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.