Hester Yockey Valentine 17 Sep 1912 pg 1

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Hester Yockey Valentine 17 Sep 1912 pg 1 - HENTER YOCKEY VALENTINE SUCCUMBED SUCCUMBED TO...
HENTER YOCKEY VALENTINE SUCCUMBED SUCCUMBED TO HI DDEN ILLNEHH AT SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Following a minor operation and an a result of the extreme heat that prevailed, prevailed, Mrs. Frank E. Valentine, formerly formerly MI bb Hester Yockey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yockey of thin city ,passed away at Springfield, 111., late on Saturday night. Because of the trivial nature of the operation not any of the members of her family were notified and the announcement of her death has come as a fearful shock not only to her parents, brothers brothers and sister, but to a host of people throughout the city. The body wan brought to Esc an aba yesterday morning morning and was taken to the home of the parents on Campbell street. At 11 o’clock this morning at St. Patrick's church, funeral services will be conducted over the body. Key. Fr. Barth officiating. Interment will be at St. Joseph’s cemetery. Mrs. Valentine had been ill for a few days at her home at Springfield when a physician was called. It was found fbat it was necessary to periorm a minor operation. Mr. Valentine was advised against calling the members of her family as it was considered that the operation was of such minor importance that she would be returned returned to her home from the hospital in a few hours fully recovered. When the operation was performed on Saturday the heat In Springfield registered at over 100 degrees. The anaesthetic and the heat combined seriously affected affected the heart action of the patient, but she appeared to have fully recovered recovered from the operation when Mr. Valentine left the hospital at 4:30 o’clock on Saturday afternoon and with the physicians assuring him that there was no need for worry. Mr. Valentine returned to his home, and returned to the hospital at 6:30 o’clock to learn that the heat had had a most distressing effect on his wife but the physicians offered every hope of complete recovery. Every possible (Continued on page Eight)

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  1. Escanaba Morning Press,
  2. 17 Sep 1912, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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