Clipped From The Scranton Republican
field field, Whooping Cough Attack Fatal to Mrs. Reynolds AND the Methodist Episcopal church and CARBONDALE, Sept. 13. An at tack of whooping cough, followed by complications, caused the death at 2 o'clock this morning, at her summer nome, 52 Clarke avenue. Ocean Orove, N. J., of Mrs. Helen Pascoe Reynolds, wife of A. W. Revnolds. of 41 Wash. ington street, this city. In the death of Mrs. Reynolds, who was one of the most widely known and highly respected women of Carbondale, this city loses another member of one of Its pioneer families. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pascoe, the former a Dloneer merchant of this city and for many years president of the Miners and Mechanics Savings bank. Mrs. Reynolds was prominent socially and took an active interest in church and civic affairs. The news of her death spread rapidly and sincere manifestations of regret were evidenced on every side. She was a member of took an active interest in the affairs of its affiliated societies. Her numerous charitable works endeared her to many local persons and in any movement making for the civic betterment of the city she always was to be found playing an important part. Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Morgau Patten; one sister. Miss Harriet Pascoe and a brother, Edward Pascoe, of Los Angeles. Calif. Members of the immediate family, including Mr. and Mrs. Patten were at her bedside when the end came. The remains will be brought to this city late today by Bllckent undertaker and funeral arrangements will be completed at that time. The funeral of Mrs. Reynolds will be held in her late home, 41 Washington street, at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Services at the house will be In charge of Rev. Wesley L Andrews, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, and burial will be in cemetery to be named later.