THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
f PAGE TWO (First Section)
1st. Lt Dorothy Meisner;
Is Bride Of Joe Shipley
(Special To The Mountaini-en
CASfcK'l'A, Italy. The -ii:ii-l -of"
the 300th Centra I Hospital in
Naples was the scene of ihc re
cent marriage of Agent .loo (;.
Shipley, son of Mrs. Harriett Shin
ley and the lale Claude I! Shipley,
Brown Avenue, Hazelwood. Id Id
Lt. Dorothy Meisner. ANC. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mi s. ( : 1 i;j i I.
Meisner, Northvillc. Mich.
The ceremony was perform! d
before three hundred guests,
friends and agents of Hie Criminal
Investigation Division, by Chap
lain Irwin K. Kraemcr. Waukesha.
Immediately following the wed
ding, the collide were honored at
a reception held in the V-ivles
CID Club, and then lei I for a Iwo
day honeymoon in Sorrento and
the Isle of Capri. The hone union
was cut short by the return ol the
bride's hospital ship, of lm!i he
is part of the nursing ((.nip:. .,n i.i
to the United Stale
Agent Shipley, who attended 'In
University of Tennessee and v.,
employed by the Amei n an Toh.-ii cm
Company prior to his iniramc i
to the armed services, lias In en
serving in the Mediteri aueaii I be
atre of operation lor the p.e I '.'.1
months. lie wears the Ann : n an :
Defmise Hibbon. the North mrii
ran Defense '(ibbon, the Cood Con
duel Medal, the Mediterranean
Theatre liihbon with three battle
participation stars, and the Unit
Meritorious Service Award insig
lie met his bride two and one
years ago when he was a patient
in Hie Camp Stewart, Ga., hospital.
The bride, who lias been in the
sen ice for lour and one half years,
lor Hie past seven months has
been serving on the United States
im hospital ship, the "Semi
jioie ", Mrs. Shipley is a graduate
nl the Northvillc high school and
ol the I't. Wayne, Indiana, hospit
al. The Criminal Investigation Divi
sion's job is to investigate criminal
a.'-- committed by members of
the mcriraii Army and by others
to the injury of the American sol
dier. Since Hie beginning of its
operation overseas, the CID has
im i -I njalcd thousands of crimes
and leiovcrcd millions of dollars
umtli ol I'. S .'government prop
e:t. A'.'ent Shipley has played
,i portant pari in the fight
mainsl crime in the Mediterranean
t heal re. having been instrumental
in the Miiashmg of black market
rinys and the solving of many as
aults and murders.
DR. W. KERMiT CHAPMAN
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Engagement, Of Cajroll Louise Bell
ToXt. Fred C. Phillips Announced
ffKS. rilEDERICK VAUGHN',
who was before her marriage last
month. Miss Mildred Marie Siler,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Albert
Siler. of Waynesville, K.K.D No. 2
Woman's Club To
Square Dance 29th
The Waynesville Woman's Club
will sponsor a benefit square dance
at the Waynesville Armory on
Wednesday evening, August 29,
according to an announcement by
Mrs. James W. Killian. president.
The hours of the dance will be
from 'J to 12 o'clock, and Sam
Ciueen and his Soco (Jap string
band will call and play for the
Mabel L Buchanan
Is Wedded To
Sgt. Robert Massev
Mrs. Frank l.eat herwood. of
Lake Junaluska, has announced
the marriage of her daughter, Miss
Mabel I., lluclianan, to Sergeant
Robert Massey, U. S. Army, which
look place in Atlanta on August
Sgt. Massey has recently return
ed to the Stales after serving three
years overseas. He took part in
the invasion of North Africa,
Sicily, Anzio beachhead, and serv
ed in France, Italy, and Germany.
At present he is at Fort Bragg
Mrs. Masseyis making her home
wi'h her mother at Lake Juna
luska. Mrs. Fred Plott and children.
Marieta Ann, Monte and Johnnie
Penland, spent part of last week
with Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Ingram
and Miss Una Plott near Hender
sonville. Mrs. Mary Murphy, of Charlotte,
is visiting her cousin. Miss Sylla
Miss Carolyn Greer spent last
week in Andrews as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mohaffey
have returned to their home in
Salem, 111., after a visit here with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Mehaffey, of the Fairview
Mrs. Mae White Bethel has as
her guests at her home in the
Kirkpatrick Apartments this week,
Mrs. Graham Hethel and daughter.
Miss Sara Hethel, of Thoinaston.
Major and Mrs. John D. Jones,
whose marriage look place a fort
night ago here at the Grace Epis
copal Church, left Monday of this
week for Chicago where they will
visit relatives of the former after
which they both report for duty
at their posts. Mrs. Jones, who
is serving in the U. S. Marines,
will report to San Diego. Major
Jones, who has recently returned
from three years in the Pacific the
atre, will report for reassignment.
The village handy man has ac
quired a new skill. A few years
ago he wasn't so good at soaking
Is Wedded To
Frank Hill Haynes
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Davis, of
Clycje, have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Ber
nice Davis.to Frank Hill Haynes,
U. S. Army, of Clyde. The mar
riage took place on Thursday, Au
gust 9th, in Clayton, Ga. Rev,
Frank Smith pronounced the vows.
The bride who was given in
marriage by her aunt. Mrs. Kate
Justice, wore a gold cloth tailored
suit with British tan accessories,
and her corsage was of white car
nations. The bride is a graduate of the
Fines Creek high school and the
bridegroom has been serving for
sometime in the armed forces.
In addition to the bride's aunt,
Sergeant R. C. Haynes. U S.
Army, brother of the bridegroom,
and James Chambers accompanied
the collide to Clayton.
Mrs. Haynes will make her home
with her husband's parents while
he is serving out his tour of duty
in the armed forces.
Miss Frances Knight
Is Married To Samuel
Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight, of
Hazel-Aood. have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Frances Kiuglit. to Samuel Grahl
Winchester, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Winchestei . also of Hazelwood.
The vows were solemnized in
Clayton. Ga.. on Saturday. August
111. For her marriage the bride
wore a white tailored linen suit
with brown accessories.
The bridegroom is a veteran of
World War II. willi a tour of ser
vice overseas to his credit. Since
his discharge from the armed
forces he lias been employed by
the Unagusta Manufacturing Com
pany. For the present the couple are
making their home with the bride
groom's parents al their home in
Mildred Marie Siler
Is Wedded To
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Siler, of
Waynesville, R.F.D. No. 2, have an
nounced the marriage of their
(laughter, Miss Mildred Marie
Siler, to Frederick Vaughn, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaughn, of
The marriage look place in Clay
ton, Ga.. on Tuesday. July 3rd.
Both the bride and bridegroom
are graduates of the Waynesville
Township high school in the class
Mrs. Everett Brown who holds a
position as executive secretary of
Lees-McFae College, is spending
a few days in Hazelwood with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Davis.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
In The Superior Court
The defendant in the above en
titled action will take notice that
an action as above has been com
menced in Haywood County Super
ior Court for the purpose of secur
ing an absolute divorce from the
Said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear before the clerk of the Su
perior court of said county at the
court house in Waynesville, North
Carolina. 30 days after the 16th
day of September, 1945, and an
swer or demur to the complaint
filed in said cause or the plaintiff
will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded therein.
This August 16. 1945.
C. II. LEATHERWOOD,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
No. 1458 Aug. 23-Sept. 13.
Bay ford Is Back---
. . . yes, Ray ford is hack, on his old job at
the Green Tree Tea Room. He has done a
good job making shells for the past 2 1-2
years. We welcome him and know you. will,
While our menu is not as varied as for
merly, due to shortage of essential supplies,
we are confident the service will improve
with his help.
Green Tree Tea Boom
Ashe ville Road
Ms, and, Mrs. Carroll Vernon
Bell have announced the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Car
roll LouUe Bell, to Lt. Fred C.
Phillips, Jr., U. S. Army Air Corps,
son of Mf, and Mrs. Fred C. Phil
lips, of Burlington.
The marriage will take place in
the early part of September and
will be solemnized in Grace Kpis-1
copal Church, in the Mountains,
with the, rector, Rev. Robert G.
Tatum, assisted by Rev. J. Clay
Madison, pastor of the First Meth-j
odist church, officiating.
The bride-elect, popular mem
ber of the, younger social set. is
a graduate of the Waynesville ,
Township high school and attended
Salem College and the University
of North Carolina.
Lt. Phillips is a graduate of the
Burlington high school and had
completed his sophomore year at
the North Carolina State College.
Raleigh, at the time he volunteer
ed in the U. S. Air Corps lie
was called to active duty in March.
1943, and was graduated from the
Cadet Pilot School. Maxwell Field
and in April, 1944. was sent over
seas. He was shot down in Belgium ;
while on a mission over enemy
territory in June, 1944, and was j
captured in August of the same f
year. He was held a German pri
soner of war until April 17. 1945. i
when he was liberated by the
Americans. He is entitled to wear
the Purple Heart and the Euro
pean theatre, ribbon.
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