Emily Kemp Auble (Carringer)

Born:Aug 19 1899 In:  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Died:June 19 1977 (at age 77)In:  San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
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Immediate family

Lyle Lawrence Carringer
Her husband
Betty Virginia Carringer (Seaver)
Her daughter
Charles Auble
Her father
Georgianna Kemp (Auble)
Her mother
    

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Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:

Emily Kemp Auble
Birth name: Emily Kemp Auble
Gender: Female
Birth: Aug 19 1899 - Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Marriage: Spouse: Lyle Lawrence Carringer - June 19 1918 - San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
Residence: June 1 1900 - Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Residence: Apr 1 1910 - Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Residence: Jan 1 1920 - San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
Residence: Apr 1 1930 - San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
Residence: Apr 1 1940 - San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
Death: June 19 1977 - San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
Burial: June 22 1977 - San Diego, San Diego, California, United States
Parents: Charles Auble, Georgianna Kemp
Husband: Lyle Lawrence Carringer
Daughter: Betty Virginia Carringer
  Additional information:

LifeSketch: Emily Kemp Auble came to San Diego in about 1911 with her parents, and lived at 767 14th Avenue in San Diego for several years. She attended San Diego High School, but left school after her father died. She worked to support her mother, and met Lyle Carringer while working at Marston's. She worked at Marston's for several periods between 1920 and 1940. Emily was a housewife and loved gardening and flower arranging. She was a member of the San Diego Floral Association and the Flower Guild Arrangers of San Diego. She entered many floral arrangement competitions and was a master judge of flower arrangements for the National Council of State Gardens Club. She was also a member of the Point Loma Assembly and Ikebana International. She was a warm and gentle person who loved being with friends and family. Emily died following a stroke at home. She is inurned at Cypress View Mausoleum (Bronze Corridor, Niche 60) in San Diego, CA.

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: Between 1964 and 1965
Citation text:

California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 55, No.6, December-January 1964-1965
Date: Between 1964 and 1965
Place: California, USA
Publication place: San Diego, California, USA
Text: "...EmilyCarringer who maintained its tradition by entering it in the Wonderful World of Wood Show in the Floral Building last October. Photograph by Mary Jane Hershy Arrangement and description by EmilyCarringer..."
About this source:
Title: California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 55, No.6, December-January 1964-1965
Subject: gardening, San Diego, California, Horticulture
Description: Gardening magazine about San Diego, Balboa Park, and California. Published by San Diego Floral Association. Vol. 55, No. 6, December-January 1964-1965. 32 pages
Publication date: 1964-1965
Publisher: San Diego Floral Association
Author: San Diego Floral Association
Sponsor: Balboa Park Online Collaborative
Tags: californiagarden, additional_collections

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: 1959
Citation text:

California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 50, No.3, Autumn 1959
Date: 1959
Place: California, USA
Publication place: San Diego, California, USA
Text: "...climax was the Ikebana and Bonsai Show this spring, staged by Teresa Bustamente, assisted by EmilyCarringer, and lauded for its artistic and financial success. The step from Flower Shows to Garden Contests..."
About this source:
Title: California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 50, No.3, Autumn 1959
Subject: gardening, San Diego, California, Horticulture
Description: Gardening magazine about San Diego, Balboa Park, and California. Published by San Diego Floral Association. Vol. 50, No. 3, Autumn 1959. 34 pages
Publication date: 1959
Publisher: San Diego Floral Association
Author: San Diego Floral Association
Sponsor: Balboa Park Online Collaborative
Tags: californiagarden, additional_collections

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: Between 1968 and 1969
Citation text:

California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 59, No.6, December-January 1968-1969
Date: Between 1968 and 1969
Place: California, USA
Publication place: San Diego, California, USA
Text: "...New ideas are taking shape HIGH FLYERS FLOWER ARRANGING FORECAST FOR 69 heft: Natures Own by EmilyCarringer. Her imaginative use of two pieces of driftwood won a blue ribbon in the 1967-68 national American..."
About this source:
Title: California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 59, No.6, December-January 1968-1969
Subject: gardening, San Diego, California, Horticulture
Description: Gardening magazine about San Diego, Balboa Park, and California. Published by San Diego Floral Association. Vol. 59, No. 6, December-January 1968-1969. 36 pages
Publication date: 1968-1969
Publisher: San Diego Floral Association
Author: San Diego Floral Association
Sponsor: Balboa Park Online Collaborative
Tags: californiagarden, additional_collections

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: 1955
Citation text:

California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 46, No.3, Autumn 1955
Date: 1955
Place: California, USA
Publication place: San Diego, California, USA
Text: "...formal garden, $200; California Garden Club, La Mesa: 3rd, basket or bowl of cut flowers; Emily K. Carringer, San Diego: 1st, featuring wood and dry straw flowers; 1st, featuring dried materials; 1st..."
About this source:
Title: California Garden, San Diego Floral Association, Vol. 46, No.3, Autumn 1955
Subject: gardening, San Diego, California, Horticulture
Description: Gardening magazine about San Diego, Balboa Park, and California. Published by San Diego Floral Association. Vol. 46, No. 3, Autumn 1955. 16 pages
Publication date: 1955
Publisher: San Diego Floral Association
Author: San Diego Floral Association
Sponsor: Balboa Park Online Collaborative
Tags: californiagarden, additional_collections

Biography

Emily Kemp Auble came to San Diego in about 1911 with her parents, and lived at 767 14th Avenue in San Diego for several years. She attended San Diego High School, but left school after her father died. She worked to support her mother, and met Lyle Carringer while working at Marston's. She worked at Marston's for several periods between 1920 and 1940.

 

Emily was a housewife and loved gardening and flower arranging. She was a member of the San Diego Floral Association and the Flower Guild Arrangers of San Diego. She entered many floral arrangement competitions and was a master judge of flower arrangements for the National Council of State Gardens Club. She was also a member of the Point Loma Assembly and Ikebana International.

 

She was a warm and gentle person who loved being with friends and family.

 

Emily died following a stroke at home. She is inurned at Cypress View Mausoleum (Bronze Corridor, Niche 60) in San Diego, CA.

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