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Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Yeakley
Entertaining

     Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Yeakley entertained last evening at a small dinner party at their home in the Albin section, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Jackson, of this city, and their guest, Mrs. Dora Collins, of Florida.
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(1939)

Clippings from members of Holmes Yeakley's side of the family.

Mrs. J.S. Yeakley
Dies Suddenly
At Albin Home

     Mrs. Sudie Spence Yeakley, 75, widow of J. Stuart Yeakley, died suddenly early this morning at her home near Albin. She had been in failing health for several years, victim of a chronic heart ailment.
     A lifelong resident of Frederick county, she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Catherine Lewis Spence, also natives of the county.
     The deceased was a lifelong member of the Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church.
     She is survived by a son, Holmes E. Yeakley, Winchester; three daughters, Mrs. Newton Cather and Mrs. Guy Smith, of the county; Mrs. Charles Willingham, Berryville, and 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
     Funeral arrangements had not been completed this afternoon. The body will remain at the Parlett Funeral home in Gainesboro until tomorrow evening when it will be taken to the late home.
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(Mar 1st - 44)
      

Mrs. Anna Bowley
Died Yesterday

     Mrs. Anna Lewis Bowley, 58, wife of Lewis O. Bowley, died at 7:45 last night at her home on the Apple Pie Ridge Road following a brief illness. Death was attributed to complications.
     The deceased was a daughter of the late James T. and Rosa Glaize Lewis, of Frederick county. She was born and spent her entire life at the home in which she died.
     Surviving are her husband, an employee of the Shenandoah Valley vinegar plant; a step-mother, Mrs. Marjorie Lewis, Washington, D. C.; and two brothers, Ernest Lewis, Winchester, and Henry N. Lewis, Frederick county.
     Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Bethel Lutheran Church. Albin, of which she was a life-long member. The Rev. E. B. Smith, pastor, will conduct the services and interment will be in Mt. Hebron Cemetery here.
     The body will remain at the Parlett funeral home at Gainesboro until tomorrow afternoon when it will be taken to the late home.
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(Mar 15 - 44)
      
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Mr. Charles Willingham Weds
Miss Blanche Yeakley.

     Mr. Charles C. Willingham, of Berryville, and Miss Blanche C. Yeakley, of Winchester, were married yesterday. The wedding took place at Toms Brook, at the parsonage of the Lutheran Church. The Rev. George S. Beardon performed the ceremony. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith, of Albin, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Immediately after the ceremony a buffet supper was served at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Yeakley, to the immediate members of the family. The bride looked very lovely in a dress of hand embroidered crepe de chine with hat to match. After the supper Mr. and Mrs. Willingham left for a trip to Washington and other cities.
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