Clipped From Hamilton Evening Journal
Commission and local traditions a be mat- most I'ormer Miami 01 To Wed Nobility Miss Laura Louise Davis, forme* resident of Newport, and the er of the late N. C. Davis, who lucted a millinery store on 1!ork street, Newport, Ky., many years ago, is to be married to Sir j. Aiton, Edinburgh, Scotland, at he British consulate at Shanghai, Dhina, oa October 31, it was Tuesday from the bride-elect's brother, Harvey H. Davis, widely- known artist of New York City, is visiting his aunt, Miss Margaret Kemper, 738 Central avenue, Neir- port. Miss Davis has been residing Shanghai for the past three years. 5he has been employed as private secretary to Mark L. Moody, importer importer of high-priced automobiles Shanghai. Prior to going to Miss "Davis held the same position with Mr. Moody at San Francisco, Cal. Moody was transferred to C-hina and took Jliss Davis with lira as private secretary. Â·Sir Robert L. Aitpn carries ./ar decorations won during the World War. He is a member noble Scotch family and represents an internationally known iron and steel firm in the Orient.' The couple will pass their honeymoon Scotland, and then will return to Shanghai to live. Miss Davis has another brother, Paul W. Davis, 3716 Lincoln Latonia. Davis has not seen his tjisier in ten years. She is the of Charles Kemper of Newport. Miss Davis is u graduate of Newport High School and Miami university, Oxford.