Jersey Journal/1945/Sgt. George Steurer Takes California Girl for Bride

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Sgt. George Steurer Takes California Girl for Bride  (1945) 

Sgt. George Steurer Takes California Girl for Bride. Gunner Holds Air Medal, Presidential Citation. Miss Adelma Tandbergh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tandbergh of Long Beach, California, formerly of Union City, became the bride of Sgt. George Steurer, U. S. Army Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Steurer, 10 50th street, Weehawken last Friday in St. Olav's Lutheran Church, Weehawken. Rev. T. J. Alvestad, pastor, performed the ceremony. The bride wore a while crepe street-length dress with matching accessories and had a corsage of red roses and lily-of-the-valley. Miss Kay Caparello of Long Beach, maid of honor, was attired in blue crepe and had a corsage of pink roses. Staff Sgt. James H. McKee of Weehawken, who recently returned with the bridegroom from England, was best man. After a reception at the Steurer home, the couple left on a short trip. Both will return to Atlantic City, where the bridegroom is stationed. The bride attended Union City schools and is a graduate of a Detroit, Michigan high school. Sgt. Steurer, a graduate of Weehawken High School, has been in service 2 years, 9 months of which were spent with the Eighth Air Force as an aerial gunner in European theater of war. He has received the Air Medal with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters and the Presidential Citation with 1 Cluster.

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