Lt. Col James A. Wise 1945 Military Return
Friday, June 29, 1945 I floated in ceremony. group then we news spend- on to back busy. to to this and December, 1943, Completion was while the landing ship construction | Jane. was given priority, and was I further set back by the Yard's heavy without his arrival is awaited by Mrs. Wise delayed and their son and daughter, Owen repair load. The RIZZI honors the late Rosalio Mario Rizzi, seaman first class, USN, S Sgt. Philip E. Hague, of the 29th Division, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Elmer Hague, of Rock Hall, Md., has. returned home with an honorable dis- who was killed in action October 12, j charge after serving over four 1942, while serving in the USS DUNCAN DUNCAN during the same action in which the aircraft carrier WASP was lost. His mother, Mrs. Theresa Rizzi, 351 West 47th Street, New York City, christened the vessel from a float, since the RIZZI already was waterborne. waterborne. . In the commissioning ceremonies immediately after the christening, Rear Admiral Felix Gygax, USN, Commandant of the First Naval Dis- ti-ict and of Boston Navy Yard, placed the RIZZI in service, and Lt. Comdr. Edwin K. Winn, USNR, of 525 East 89th street, New York City, assumed command. The executive officer is Lt. Charles W. King, USNR, of Dallas, Texas. in service and 32 months overseas. During that Bronze Star time he received the along with other good marks. He was in the Medical Corps. His wife, the former Helen L. Ireland, Ireland, made her home during his absence, absence, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ireland, near town. IN MEMORIAM TO F. D. R. He dreamed a dream that some day I All he would see borders disappear and free. all men His heart burned with an everlasting flame Of human light for human folk--and love. All races were as one to this great man. To him the world oppressed for shelter shelter ran, His name was feared in Tokyo and Berlin, This man with gentle eyes and fighting fighting chin. Major James C. Depew, of Denton, a member of 102nd Cav. Ren. Sq. Mecz, recently was awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious service in connection with military operations operations against an armed enemy during the period 21 September 1944 to 8 May 1945, in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, and Germany. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Depew, of near Denton. James Martin Horner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Horner, Denton, Md., has been graduated as a seaman first class from the aviation ordnance- man school at the Naval Air Technical Technical Training Center, Norman, Okla. He attended Caroline High School. WEIR IN MERCHANT MARINE Arthur Weir left Denton on Monday Monday for Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, N. Y., where he will receive Mer- V-E the recently Joe, this too, our way which and a few could in God took him as his dream was coming coming true. The dreamer sleeps on. O, Lord, please let him view from heaven Ail the things he wished to see -The -The end of war and all the people free. Pvt. Wilson W. Bradley, Trinidad, West Indies. Service Shorts The Combat Infantryman's Badge has been awarded to Pfc. Burton C. Satterfield, husband of Mrs. Madalyli Tucker Satterfield, of Harrington, Del., and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Satterfield, of Ridgely. Pfc. Satterfield Satterfield went into the Army May 23, 1944. He had training at Camp Wheeler, Ga., and Fort Benning, Ga., where his wife followed him. .Before going overseas in January he was promoted to his present rank. He is with Patton's 3rd Army, 71st Division Division in Ichenhausen, Germany. He was employed as foreman with the General General Baking Co., in Harrington, before before going into the Army. His wife and 3-year-old daughter, Yvonne Lee, reside at their home in Harrington. Mrs. Satterfield has received currency currency from France, Germany, and Austria. Satterfield has a brother, Captain R. A'. Satterfield, in France. Lt. Col. James A. Wise has arrived arrived in the States after two years spent in the European Theatre of War. Inducted into the Army on February 3, 1941 as commanding officer officer of Company D of the 104th Quartermaster Regiment of the 29th Division, Colonel Wise served as Cadre officer for activities and training training of the 77th Infantry Division at Fort Jackson, S. C., and the 94th Infantry Infantry Division at Camp Phillips, Kansas. Transferred to the Inspector- General Department, he was serft to England in June 1943 and went to France with the invasion forces in 1944. His home is in Denton where member of the graduating class of '45 at Caroline High School and lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Weir, in West Denton. Two other brothers are serving in the Army: Cpl. Robert D. Weir, in Spokane, Wash., and Pvt. Raymond Weir, Europe. IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of Gootee S. Roe, who departed this life June 30, 1936. Wherever we go, whatever we do, Locked in our hearts are memories you. Memories are treasures no one can steal, Heartaches are sorrows no one can heal. Some may forget you, now that you're gone, But we will remember no matter long. Sadly missed by, Wife and Family. GREENSBORO Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walsh, of Norfolk, Va., spent a few days this with their daughter, Mrs. Win. E. Kerns, who is now able to be out bed. GEMS OF THOUGHT If we would have anything of benefit, we must earn it, and earning become shrewd, inventive, ingenious, active, enterprising. -- H. W. Beecher. We cannot eat the fruit while the tree is in blossom. -- Benjamin Disraeli. Disraeli. God is able to meet the need will fulfill the desire; it' is just a question of your hunger for righteousness. righteousness. -- R. A. Butler. Men and women of riper years larger lessons ought to ripen into health and immortality, instead of lapsing into darkness or gloom. -- Mary Baker Eddy.