1922-02-27 Reese Price dies at 52
j CARBOfiDALE SUDDEN HEART ATTACK FATAL TO REESE PRICE Dies in Taxi While on Way to Doctor CARBONDALE, Ta., Feb. 25. Pol lowing a sudden attack of heart trouble, trouble, Reese A.. Price, one of the city's most highly respected residents, died very suddenly at 7 o'clock Saturday evening on North Church street, before medical aid could be secured. Mr. Price was apparently in the besi of health and started .to go to a motion motion picture thenter, when he was taken suddenly ill. A taxi was calHd and he was being removed to ihi family physician when he succumbed. Deceased was born In this city lilty - two years ago and had residrd lure ever since. - For many years he hud been employed as a machinist for :ho Delaware and Hudson company, during which time he won a wide legion of friends to whom .his sudden demise will come as a severe shock. Ho was a member of the local lodge Knights of Pvthlas and the Machinists' union. He was also a member of the Trinity Episcopal church. The body was taken In charge by Undertaker C. C. Shifbr and. after be - Ing prepared for buria!, was removed to his late home, 1C3 South Spring street, from where the funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon. Short prayer services viil be conducted ;tt the hotiso at 2 o'clock by Rev. 1C. G. N. Holmes, rector of Trinity Episcopal Episcopal church, after which funeral services will be held at Trinity church. Interment will be in Maple - wood cemetery. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Russell.