THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Thursday, February 6, 1930
A sad happening of the week at Flagler Beach was the passing away at eight o'clock Monday morning of Mrs. Helen Fowler, cousin of. Mrs. A. V. Wickline, and at whose home Mrs. Fowler had been staying.
Several months ago Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. E. H. Sherman, both of Crown Point, Ind., came to Flagler Beach to spend the winter. Mrs. Fowler was in comparatively good health and her sudden death was a severe shock to her relatives and friends. She was 76 years old.
Mrs. Fowler spent the winter in Flagler Beach eight years ago and was well known in the community where she had many friends.
Dr. L. A. Carter was called but death had already occurred when he arrived. The body was taken in charge by Baggett-Weatherby Company of Daytona: Beach and prepared for shipment to Crown Point to which place it was accompanied by Mrs. Sherman.