Woodbury County

Lt. Paul G. Adelman




Flier Honored

Mrs. Paul G. Adelman, the former Dorothy Davis, 1524 Summit Street, has received word that her husband, Lieut. Adelman, stationed with the United States Air forces in England, has been decorated for bravery on the completion of successful raid missions. He is first pilot on a B-26 American Marauder.

Lieut. Adelman was decorated October 2. He received his wings at the Stockton airfield, Stockton, Cal.

Mrs. Adelman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph M. Davis, 1524 Summit Street, with whom she is living for the duration of the war. Lieut. Adelman’s former home was Rockford, Ill.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, October 27, 1943 (photo included)

Sioux Cityan’s Mate Is Decorated Twice In Month’s Time

The Oak Leaf Cluster, given “for meritorious achievement in aerial combat flight,” is the decoration which First Lieut. Paul G. Adelman, husband of the former Dorothy Davis, 1524 Summit Street, received in England a month after having been awarded the United States Air Force medal. Mrs. Adelman is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Davis, here.

Source: Sioux City Journal, December 6, 1943