Mary Mulholland Obit
MULHOLLAND SERVICE WILL BE ON TUESDAY Well Known Carbondale Wo - man Succumbs After Illnegg CARBONDALE, Oct'. 14. Following Following an illness of about1 ten day's duration, duration, Miss Mary Mulholland passed awav at 8:30 n'rlnrlr vosforrtov min ing at the home of her aunts, the misses mora ana iiua Muinolland, of 126 Wyoming street. During her illness illness Miss Mulholland showed gratifying gratifying signs of improvement and her sudden death caused profound sorrow In the family circle and among her many friends and acquaintances In this rlfv anri vtftnWu vri Mnihni - land was a young woman whose ad - miraDie qualities ana nooie cnaracter endeared her to a wide circle of friends. Deceased was born In Jermyn and later moved to the Mulholland farm, in Scott township with her family. She was an ardent admirer of nature and took great pleasure in working in her extensive flower gardens at her Scott township home. During her early childhood, she attended St. Cecelia's Academy, Scranton, and was a graduate graduate of St. Rose Academy, this city. Miss Mulholland was a member of the Court of St. Rose, Catholic Daughters Daughters of America. She was the daughter daughter of John Mulholland the late Agnes Moyles Mulholland. Surviving are her father, a sister, Jane and a brother, Bernard. Funeral services will be held from the Mulholland home Tuesday morning, at t o'clock. At 9:30 o'clock a solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated in St. Rose church and Interment will be in St. Thomas' cemetery, Archbald: Friends have been requested to omit flowers.