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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana style B4 Kokoffio tribune Sunday May Community calendar Editors note Community cal endar is published on Sunday as a service to local social and chari table organizations Items should be submitted by noon Tuesday Monday Stellar Club Richards Restaurant 31 South Kiwanis Golden K Club at Pizza Hut 2328 W Sycamore St The public is invited For more information call 452 7994 KHS Class of 1939 luncheon at Richards Restaurant 31 South Plans for the 55th class reunion will be discussed Burlington Banquet 6 at Church of Christ The Metropolitan Kiwanis Club 6 at Laughners Cafeteria 31 South Program Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by Robert Clements For more infor mation call 4598800 Lafayette Toastmasters Club 68 in Room 84C of the Purdue Memorial Union Building West Lafayette For more informa tion call 4971197 Tri Chi Sorority Zeta Chapter banquet at United Auto Workers Local 685 929 E Hoffer St For more information call 4523187 after 3 Burlington Classic Lassies 7 at the home of Cindi Stout A video on lead poisoning will be shown Tuesday Kiwanis Sunrisers Club 7 at Richards Restaurant This summer take a romp in your romper By PATT FRANK Thomson News Service The romper a favorite womens summer clothing classic enjoys a renaissance this summer and even heads to the workplace with a few embellishments Rompers by definition are a one piece outfit but they can be long flowing pants to flirty and casual shorts says Carolyn Clapper gen eral merchandise manager at Penney in Altoona Pa From gro cery shopping to the beach a romper can be found for the occa sion A romper offers a noncon forming says Marcia Loner manager of a womans clothing store near Altoona Theyre designed for fun easy wear and comfort Thats what women want for summer Its cool to Growing in popularity among working women are modified rompers The dressy cousins of the original cotton classic often come in rayon and challis says Elizabeth Feher vice president of merchandise for Hess s An example of a dressier romper is a navy and gold batik print with a white bodice A coor dinated belt and a separate matching blazer takes the romper into the boardroom The legs are cut full and appear skirtlike so that its difficult to distinguish it as shorts merchants say Rompers come in all colors and prints from allcotton solids to polka dots florals and tropical and batik prints While large floral prints are still visible this summer season Feher says smaller mono tone florals are popular Rompers can be more casual or more Feher says A woman can purchase one that can be worn to work or dressed down for the weekend It becomes a very versatile piece in the wardrobe Many women are no longer wearing suits The work place has become more casual and the romper fits with that Cleene ptometric enter 608 E Boulevard Kokotno FOR YOUR TOTAL EYECARE NEEDS Drs Kate Bud DeCleene 4535OO5 Contact Lens Exams INCLUDE Year Follow Up Care Laura Ashley Frames Collection DDay June Operation Overlord Recounted in AP Book maha Utah Juno Sword These were the code names for the landing beaches on Nomiandy in one of historys might iest military operations Its success meant the end of a war that involved nearly every part of the globe War in Europe recounts that day and all the days before and after it until the surren der of the Germans in World War II War in Europe a 192page dramatically illustrated history can be yours at a special price through this newspaper Fill out the coupon below for your copies Mall your paymentYo War in Europe Kokomo Tribune Attn Advertising Dept 300 N Union Kokomo JN 46901 Enclosed is Please send me includes tax copies of War in Europe at each Name Address City 31 South The public is invited For mote information call 453 7652 Widow to Widow for lunch at Barbs Korner Kitchen Restaurant 31 and County Road 800 South Bunker Mill Meet at Marsh Supermarket parking lot 1401 N Washington at 11 All widows welcome For infor mation call 4375798 Howard Township Extension Homemakers 1 meeting in the home of Mary Varnau Co hostess will be Trudy Kudrax The Society for Creative Anachronism 6 at the Carver Community Center 1030 N Purdum St The society is a medieval history group which learns about history by doing the actual things such as singing dancing andeven mock combat in armor For more information call Mike at 4570209 County Democrat Womens Organization 7 at Democrat Headquarters 121 W Sycamore St All Democrat women are invited Kokomo Against Pollution 7 at Courtland Avenue Friends Church 1300 S Courtland Ave Jobs Daughters Bethel 20 7 at the Masonic Temple 316 N Washington St James Cox Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution 7 at the home of Mrs James E Williams Jr For information call 5663217 Kokomo Mothers of Multiples 7 at Kokomo YMCA 200 N Union St For more information call Shelly at 4520558 of Lisa at 4524404 Pioneer Auto Club at Dunlaps Restaurant 31 South Wednesday The 23 Club meet ing in the home of Joyce Huffman Kokomo Notm Lions Club noon at the Elks Lodge 3401 S Webster St Speaker will be Don Flook Greentown Lion and Chairman of the Howard County Fair Visitors are welcome Exchange Club of Kokomo Pizza Hut 2328 W Sycamore St Penney Golden Rulers noon luncheon Laughners Cafeteria 31 South Concerned Women for America 1 at Chapel Hill Christian Church 2600 W Alto Road Discuss issues and bills coming before legislators and then write letters to them Kiwanis Historic Club 6 at Shoneys 31 Bypass North The public is invited For information call 4522609 190 Ladies Elks Auxiliary 7 at the lodge 3401 St Tlmrsday Kiwanis Noon Club noon at Ramada Inn 1709 E Lincoln Road For information call 453 0500 Womens Civic Council at the YWCA 406 E Sycamore St Speaker Will be Kokomo Chief of Police Lynn Rudolph CUy 49ers Extension Homemakers moth banquet at Shiloh United Methodist Church 5741 W Road 100 North Ind 22 Kokomo IBM PC Users Group 7 In Room 104 of the main Indiana Vocational Technical College complex 1815 E Morgan St For all users of IBM and com patible computers The club has a large library of shareware For more information call Mark Pendergast at 4552229 Friday KOFF Kids Over FiftyFive 1 Bingo at Cedar Crest Lanes 2021 Cedar Crest Drive Kristos 7 singles group to meet at Main Street United Methodist Church 830 S Main for volleyball Single parents may bring their children For more information call the church at 4578248 Saturday Burlington Kiwanis 730 breakfast at Dinner Bell Party Room Widow to Widow 2 games and social activity at MHA Activity Center 1137 S Courtland followed by dinner at at Ryans Steak House 31 South All widows welcome For information call 4522650 or 4529746 Singles 7 at the Zion Missionary Baptist Church 1610 N Market St For information call 4577416 Singles Newsletter Dance 9 to 1 at the American egion 418 N Walnut Muncie Disc jockey admission charged For more information call 6746819 or 2845012 TANNING SPECIALS BRAND NEW BED BULBS MSM MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT Designed for the busy profes sional with at least 3 years of work experience and a bachelors degree The 22 month program is sequentially structured you concentrate on one subject at a time Complete courses such as organizational behavior infor mation processing marketing and personnel management Classes meet locally one night a week for four hours Classes start soon in Kokomo For more information call 1800234LEAP iEAP LEADERSHIP EDUCATION for ADULT PROFESSIONALS Indiana Wesleyan University Established 1920 Accredited by the North Central Assoc of Colleges Schools FREE VISITS FREE VISITS FREE VISITS 2 FACE TANNERS INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL ITS INTENSE MUST BUY AT LEAST A 10 VISIT PKG NEW BULBS VT MAX MUST BUY AT LEAST A10 VISIT PKG NEW BED MOMIN BED MUST BUY AT LEAST A10 VISIT PKG NEW BULBS VISIT BALLOON BOUTIQUES BOOTH AT THE MARKLAND MALL APRIL 28 THRU MAY 8 453 1881 TROPIC TAN KOKOMO MasterCard State Zip Acscent Yes per week Specialized treatment plans lity of car assessments provided inuing aftercare programs transportation provided and continuing The Partial Hospit p sessions per week ialized treatment plans treatment but do Free transportation Outpatient Programs M A assessments provided ntinuing aftercare programs pree transportation provided to outlying areas Partial Hospitalization Program for Adults Five sessions per week Specialized treatment plans available Flexibility of care Free assessments provided Continuing aftercare programs n provided KDKDMO O Box 5969
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