Hester Yockey Valentine 17 Sep 1912 pg 8
YOINU WIFE PASSED AWAY (Continued from page One.) method was adopted by the physicians to save the young wife's life, but without without avail and at 11:30 o'clock on Saturday Saturday night she pfcssed away. The body was Immediately prepared for burial and was brought to Escanaba Escanaba yesterday morning accompanied by the husband and little daughter and brother, Atty. Edward Yockey, of. Milwaukee. Milwaukee. Atty. Chauncey Yockey, of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, brother of Mrs. Valentine, was In New York on business when her death occurred. Telegrams addressed to him were not delivered and he arrived in Milwaukee yesterday morning to read the death of his sister in a Milwaukee Milwaukee newspaper. He immediately telephoned to his parent« in thlB city and will arrive here at 4 o’clock this morning. Among the relatives and friends who have arrived here to attend the lun- eral are: Mr. and Mrs. George O’Brien of Pond du Lac; Mrs. P. A, l^aughlin, Milwaukee; Miss Leah Reinhardt, Reinhardt, Milwaukee; and Mrs. Clarence Dic kson, Chicago. Mrs. Valentine was born in Escan- | aba and spent all of the years of her ; life up to the time of her marriage in 1 this city. She was an accomplished reader and elocutionist and for a num- ; ber of years no public program arranged arranged In this city was complete without without a1 number rendered by her. The announcement of her sudden I death has come as a tremendous shock to the members of her family and all | of her friends throughout this city. The pall bearers at the funeral of ] this morning will be: James Mogan, Charles Slater, Dr. R. E. Hudson, Atty. John Loell. Atty. George Power of Menominee and Dr. A. H. Kinmond of Gladstone.