Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 12, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
Page 9
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Wednesday Evening, June 12, 195T. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Hint Gang Burns Eyelashes, Hair of Young Boy PORTLAND, Me. UP — Police searched today for a teenaged ,?ang who burned an 11-year- old boy's eye lashes and hair in an attempt to obtain -uoney from him. The victim, Carl Wood, Jr., told police he was watching a baseball game when a group of 13 and 14-year-old boys approached and demanded his money. When Wood said he had no mon^, his tormentors held him on the ground while one applied a match to his right eyelash. Hall of the hair on the right side of his head also was singed, police said. Wtnamac Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Lebo and children are spending the week on a trip to Baton Rouge, La. They will visit their son and daughter - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lebo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baskc returned home Sunday after spending two weeks in their cottage at Little Arbor Vita, Wis. Their daughter, Miss Alma Jean Baske, of Indianapolis, was here from Sun day to Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Funk and daughter Ella Wayne, have come to theii farm home from Memphis, Tenn, where they have their winter home. Mr. Funk came severa weeks ago and all will spend the • summer here. Guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker were their son, Dale, and Miss Joyce Hoppe of Flora. Dale is attending summer school at Purdue university, where he is taking a post graduate course working toward his master's degree in education. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan and children were at Lngansport Sunday visiting his aunt, 'Miss Mary Buchanan. David Doty, eleven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dotl, underwent minor surgery Tuesday at a local doctor's office, for the removal of a thorn he had run in his foot about a year ago. It had worked almost all the way through the foot. Mr. Robert S. Edgell, minister of the Jehovah Witness church of Winamac reports that thirty - one of the local congregation attended the three day assembly held at Niles, Mich., June 7 to 9. Mr. Charles Fields, of Winamac Is serving as a counseler at Boys State being held this wek at Indiana University. Also attending from here are Kenton Olson, son of C. E. Olson, who is sponsored by the Winamac American Legion, and Terry Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lehman of Star City, sponsored by the Methodist Men's club of Star City. Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of Nyona Lake were here Monday evening and Tuesday _ because of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Mae Guss. Peru Funeral services for Fred Hen ninger, G5, 214 E. Walnut St., Kokomo, will be held from the Jacobs Funeral Home in Kokomo at 10 a. m. Thursday. Burial will be jr. Crown Point cemetery at Kokomo. Mr. Henninger died suddenly Monday afternoon at the Peru bus 'station due to a heart attack. He was employed as a plumber for the Alliance Plumbing Contractors, Inc., of Los Angeles, a sub-contractor on plumbing work at the base. He is survived by his wife and a sister, Mrs. Nettie Carroll of Ko- korno. Gerald L, Powell and Dr. Allen W. Porter, both of Peru, were honored at the annual Elks State Convention which closed Sunday at Evansville. Powell, past exalted ruler of the Peru lodge was elected vice- president of the Northwest Dis- trict. The area includes Logans port, South Bend, LaPorte, Mich; gan City, Hammond, Valparaiso East Chicago, Gary, Whiting am Peru. He was also reappointed chairman of the state Elks Scholarship committee. Dr. Allen W. Porter was reappointed a member of the State Ritualistic committee. George A. Teaboldt Jr.,'son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Teaboldt, 301 Loveland Ave., received the degree of Doctor of Medicine Monday at graduation exercises at Indiana University. Dr. Teaboldt will serve his internship at the Indianajjplis General Hospital and then plans to practice in Peru. Mrs. Marian Lingenfelter of Peru was hired by the Peru school board Monday night as city schools attendance officer. She replaces Mrs. Marie Haag, who retired this year. The board also hired Mrs. Kathryn A, Bracken of Wabash who will either teach the third and fourth grade at the Grant street grade school or serve in the social education field. It will all depend on the number of children attending the city .schools from the Bunker Hill Air, Force Base. A Business-Education Day, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, was approved by the board. The teachers will be given an opportunity to visit industry in Peru. Fred Fechtman, superintendent of city schools, reviewed the progress of the excavation at the site of the new South Peru school. He said he expected the work to be completed July 1. Bids for the new South Peru school, the Lincoln school boiler rooms and Peru high school rest rooms will be taken June 25. Mrs. Mildred Rouch, Miami county attendance officer, in a report to the township trustees, disclosed I that school year attendance was 95.4 per cent. 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