She became a nurse.
Howell, V.C., a Bridegroom 
Sergt. Howell, V.C., looked the most relieved man in Sydney as he came out of St. Stephen's Church after his marriage with Miss Sadie L. Yates yesterday afternoon. All V.C.'s are shy, and Sergt. Howell is not the exception that proves the rule. The bridegroom was born at Enfield, so is really one of our very own. He won the V.C. at Bullecourt on May 6, 1917, and the Military Medal at Hermies in April of the same year. After being wounded several times Sergt. Howell was invalided home in January, 1918. The bride, Miss Sadie L. Yates, is a native of Wodonga, Vic. and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Yates. Her three brothers served with the Light Horse.
For her wedding Mrs. Howell wore embroidered crepe-de-chine — a present from China — and carried pale bluewater lilies. Her travelling dress was of champagne crepe-de-chine, and was worn with a hat en suite. Miss D. Collins, of Stanmore, acted as bridesmaid, in a georgette frock of putty color, a black tulle hat, and carrying pale pink water lilies. Mr. John W. Amos, of Coogee, gave the bride away, and Mrs. Amos and Mrs. A. J. U. Kelly received a few friends afterwards at Paris House. Another soldier, Lieut. Noel W. Smith, late of the A.F.A., was best man.
She passed away, aged 61 years, in 1953 at Coogee.
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