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Rosemary Blakely Zule, American writer. Recipient Posik award Veterinary Voices magazine, 1981, Outstanding Service award Young Men’s Christian Association, 1983, outstanding contribution award Cub Scouts American, 1954, Best Children's Story award Bell County, Texas, 1979, Jingle award Lucky Strike, 1948.

Background

Zule, Rosemary Blakely was born on January 3, 1916 in Neodesha, Kansas, United States.

Education

AB, Bachelor of Science in Education, Kansas State Teachers College, 1937. Postgraduate, Kansas University, 1938. Postgraduate, Macalester College, 1955.

Postgraduate, University Oklahoma, 1962. Postgraduate, University Texas, Austin, 1969. Postgraduate, University Houston, 1974.

Career

Teacher McGrath (Minnesota) Consolidated School, 1956-1957. Assistant librarian Key West (Florida) High School, 1957-1958. Librarian Ulysses (Kansas) High School, 1958-1959.

Director Day Care Center for Elderly, Austin, Texas, 1964. Feature writer Chehalis (Washington) Advocate, 1941-1942, Norman (Oklahoma) Traanscript, 1960-1961. Free-lance writer San Antonio, since 1942.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author short stories.

Membership

Member Alta Vista Neighborhood Association Served as staff sergeant Women's Army Corps, 1942-1946, PTO. Member Women's Overseas Service League, Parents and Friends of Gays (president since 1983), Alpha Gamma Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Stamp collecting/philately, community issues.

Connections

Daughter of William Leander and Josie Evelyn (Park) Blakely. Widowed; children: Thomas Anthony, William Arthur.

father:
William Leander Blakely

mother:
Josie Evelyn (Park) Blakely

child:
Thomas Anthony Zule

child:
William Arthur Zule