The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on October 15, 1944 · 8
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PAGE 8 THE SUN, BALTIMORE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1944 P. HENRY HALL DIES AT HOME Native Of Virginia Came To Baltimore In 1919 P. Henry Hall, district manager of a national building products company, died yesterday at his home, Windknoll, on the Dulany Valley road, Towson. He was 54. A native of Virginia, Mr. Hall was the son of William G. and Lula Pendleton Hall, formerly of Floyd Courthouse but now residing at Buena Vista, Va. He came to Baltimore in 1919 as sales manager for the Baltimore office of the building products company. Was Charter Member He was a director of the Virginians of.Maryljnd and a charter member of the North Baltimore Kiwanis Club. Mr. Hall is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Barham Hall; a daughter. Miss Elizabeth Mae Bar-ham Hall, and a son, Midshipman Richard Pendleton Hall, United States Naval. Academy. Funeral services to be held tomorrow afternoon and will be conducted by the Rev, Richard H. Baker, of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, of which Mr. Hall was a member. Burial, in Druid Ridge Cemetery, will be private. Obituary Frank C. Kearns Frank C. Kearns, for many years mechanical superintendent of the H. B. Davis Company, died suddenly yesterday at the Bon Secours Hospital. Mr. Kearns, who lived at 18 Northwood road, Timonium, entered the hospital on Friday. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Poe Kearns, and a daughter, Miss Julia Anna Kearns. Mrs. Julius T. Leyko Mrs. Julius T. Leyko, 58, wife of one of the pioneer merchants in the Canton section, died Friday at Mercy Hospital after a long illness. Her home was at 2827 O'Don-nell street. She is survived by her husband, two sons and two daughters and four granddaughters. The sons are James W. Leyko, Baltimore attorney, and Private Gregory W. Leyko. The daughters are Lieut. Carolyn A. Leyko, with the United States Army Nurse Corps, and Mrs. Ed-j ward L. Rowny. ' Funeral services will be conducted at the home at 8.15 A. M. Tuesday with requiem mass at St. Casimir's Church at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in St. Stanislaus' Cemetery. The Rev. Dr. George Perry Jones Mystic, Conn., Oct. 14 () The Rev. Dr. George Perry Jones, former superintendent of the Salisbury district of the Methodist Church, died today in his home here, where he had lived since his retirement in 1929. He was 80. A native of Somerset county, Maryland, Jones served pastorates In Chincoteasup Va.. and Soihu. ville. Milford, Townsend, Middle town and Wilmington, Del., and Cherry Hill, Hurlock and Elkton, Maryland. Mrs. Priscilla M. Irvin Mrs. Priscilla Morgan Irvin, mother of Robert Irvin, who was executive secretary to the late Gov. Harry W. Nic3 and is now Eastern Regional Director of the Loyal Order of Moose, died yesterday at the home of another son, Lawrence Irvin, at Harford road and Taylor avenue. She was 84 years old. Mrs. Irvin was born in the Long Green Valley in Baltimore county, where her ancestors were early settlers.. Besides her sons, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Grace Hickman, of this city. Funeral services will be held at 3 P. M. Tuesday at funeral parlors at 5305 Harford road. Burial will be in Baltimore Cemetery. County Medical Group To Meet The Baltimore County Medical Association . will hold its regular monthly meeting at 1 P. M. Wednesday at the Rosewood State School, Owings Mills. i At Tha Lowest Possible Prict . .Compare Our Values' r Select Now Save Money! rj Small Deposit will reserve your "' t.l tret .i-ntit ,dt n tori 11 Remodeling & Repairing at. Summer Rates Open Thurs.j Nights 'til 1 1 Master Furriers for 5 Generations : . i f The House of the 3-year Guarantee! . Change fo NEW LIGHTING FIXTURES BUY NOW LARGE VARIETY EXCELLO 111 W. Redwood St. Dr. A. S. Shpritz SURGEON DENTIST 21 W. LEXINGTON ST. SARATOGA 4926 Office Hours: Daily, 8.30 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday, 10 A. 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