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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Style May Kokomo Tribune 05 Frank Gregorys TALK OF THE TOWN Prom the LITTLE HOUSE When you you can sit back in your favorite easy chair think of all the problems your company will have on our futures rocky Then you can softly say to Thththththats folks Here s a poem dedicated to my friend Dow youre thinking of May I please have attention With prices going up and up What rhymes with pension If you need some last minute gifts for Mothers head for DON MOORES friendly He features Hallmark Russell Stover can many gift Open this morn at 9 Happy May birthday to Beverly Connie Dorothy Hansen NED BOOHER tells us that the Wildcat Crik was named after Miami Chief Richardville who was known as Chief Steve the popular TV edi tor of the Indy Star is married to Doug Roma Norths daughter Shes the librarian for the retired KHS has starred in many Civic Theatre He operates a yarn shop in Frankfort called the Knitwit no comment Took my winter jacket to DAN GEORGES Sputhway Cleaning Center for cleaning Good time to take your drapes curtains to Dan Behind Chi Chis west beside Williams ROGER STEPHEN my Forest Park barber If you want to surprise mom on this Moth take her out to dinner ask for sepa rate Its not too late to drive out to COGNATAS Greenhouse for some flowers hanging plants for your mother News taken from a 1949 Tribune The Delphian Reading Club met at the home of Howard Berkey Attending were Mesdames Fred William Randolph Earl Miss Grace Mclntosh Our Penny store recently celebrated the firms 92nd Cliff Crowe was manager here for many Dont tell but eve rytime I walk thru the I miss In Passing It doesnt take much to please your Just a few flowers in inexpensive holderybur hand Does anyone know where I can locate Russ Hiatt He helped develop Indian Heights Tomorrow 115 new nurses will receive their pins in Havens Audito rium at Sue Dunhan is dean of nursing at IUK This week at Kokomo Glass BRAD NEWTON can save you 20 to 30 on a wide selection of Congrats to Michele Fang KHS Heather Tipton High for receiving Merit Among our citys top notch cooks Helen Pat my Instant thot A study shows that only 10 of perfumes give to moms by kids on Mothers Day are ever actually And only when the Tidy Bowl runs out And if that Tidy Bowl doesnt and you need an experienced better call my friend TED Also a good time to check those air conditioners with him Linda Dave Johns have moved into the home on Conradt where my wife Phyl I lived for many years raised our The house was built by Phyls grandad Walter there are many friendly ghosts in that residence Protect your drinking water make it safe by calling DON JOHNSON Central Water Sys Don has rental soft water PETE PIGEON Graduation is when millions of kids leave home to seek their fortune millions of parents try to rebuild theirs RAY ED MIKE CARD WELL are Legion Post 6 trustees do a fine job of guiding our People I miss Bob Ford Tribs sports Jim Picket Continental Lorene Lewis Oscar Farmer KHS Cece Ote Bob Whitehead attorney Did you know that Jake Grimme served on our State Fair Board GREG MAVERICKS friendly sales team at McGonigals has some sharp buys in Buicks Cadillacs this week will be glad to take you on a demo No Our neighbors kid is goin to one of those summer camps where they really have to rough the TV set is black white Scenes Around Tom Ellen Anderson walking by Mehlig It must be There are kites caught in the oaks in front of my LITTLE The Fred Dorisse family enjoyed their recent Among their stops were the homes of Abe Lincoln Mark Twain CHUCK LISA HILL have many plant to save you on insurance Non senior combo rural discounts When I return from a I always have the last Travelers Check for an emergency like eating In part ing I have a special place in my heart for ALL mothers I hope you gals have a wonderful day Blues Skies God Bless Try Classif iedsThey Work Lock up a rising rate with a CD that wont lock you RtStNGRATECD Annual Percentage 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