Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
i x f ROY M. SHEELY, JR. Camp Hill Officer Freed in Germany A Camp Hill officer has been reported liberated from a German prison camp and Camp Hill sergeant listed as wounded in Germany; according to word re ceived by their families. Lt. Roy M. Sheely, Jr., reported missing over Europe since Oc tober 28, is believed to have been liberated from a German prison camp, according to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sheely, 3216 Trindle road, who heard a New York radio station broadcast an announcement that 27,000 prisoners in Stalag 7 - B, near Moose - burg, Germany, had been freed Lt. Sheely was interned at this camp. Pilot of a Flying Fortress, he entered service in October, 1940, and has been overseas since August, 1944. His wife, the former Miss Janice Stoyer, resides, at 530 Dunkle street. Sgt. Kenneth M. Wilson, hus band of the former Miss Jean Sherburne, 137 South Thirty - first street, Camp Hill, was wounded April 10 in Germany while serving as rifleman and assistant squad leader with the Seventh Army. He received the Purple Heart medal. He entered service in May, 1944 and went overseas in October, 1944.