The Evening Sun Hanover, Pennsylvania May 14, 1962
i i a i» H. A. PereiJOV, ^ J EtIUCa|or. [)ies Tr . . _ Harry Austin Pere 8 °y. husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Lippy Peregoy, i 24 North Main Street, Manchester,, at 3:30 p.m. Saturdav at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Balti- more, where he had been a patient since May 1 . He wras 52. A son of the late Elijah and __ N.IEmmaline Zouck Peregoy'he vvas| graduated from Towson State Teachers College in 1930 and Uni- Iversity of Maryland, class of He was an instructor at Sudbrook Junior High School, Baltimore County, and was former principal of the 5th District Elementary Sch001’ Balt>more County. At one time he operated canning Clar.:COmp?ni^ “ W“dbine| and G,reen; mount and was formerly employed ! at the Maryland State Employ- ment Service. i Mr* Pereg°y was a member United Church of Christ, Manches- ter( and was a past president of .. _ . __ _ Lineboro-Manchester Club, Surviving are his wife, a son, Z. Peregoy, at home; three brothers, John Peregoy, Parkton; Howard Peregoy, Hamp- stead, and Milton R. Peregoy, Upperco, Upperco, and five sisters, Miss Estella Estella Peregoy, Hampstead; Miss Lions Harry Mumaw, Baltimore, ^ Miss ister United Church of christ with Elma Peregoy, Baltimore; Pauline Peregoy, Washington; .iw. punerai services will be held at P m- tomorrow at the Westmin- D.|vices. The family has suggested his pastor> the Rev Harvey schiichter, officiating. Burial will jn Manchester Cemetery, Friends may call at the Bucher funeral home, Frederick Street, Hanover, this evening. The body j will lie in state at the church from noon tomorrow until time of ser- that in lieu of other memorials contributions may be made to the Carroll County Chapter Heart Fund. of the!