Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

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Thursday, December 21, 1967
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movie I clock ALOONA THEATRE —Thuriday Thru Saturday Complete Program begins: 7:25 , "Fort Utah" 7:30 "C'mon Let's Live A Little" 9:10 '^-Matinee Saturday at 1:30 —Friday Matin** Only DIAMOND'S FREE SHOW Complete Program begins: 1:00 - 3:00 "Lassie's Greatest Adventures" 1:20 • 3:25 —Sunday A Monday Complete Program begins: 1:00-3:05^5:10-7:00-9:10 "Barefoot In The Park" 1.15 -3:20 -5:10-7:20,- 9:25 —Tuesday A Wednesday Complete Program begins: 7:00 - 9:05 "Barefoot In The Park" 7:15 - 9:20 —Wednesday Matinee Only TALL PAUL'S FREE SHOW Complete Program begins: 1:00 - 3:00 "The Outlaws Is Coming" 1:25 - 3:25 CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTS! Alqonq Kotmth County ^••••••artHlMSlHiBHMBMfaiaiirti^iBiM THURSDAY, Me, 21, mr, ALOONA, IOWA vance and * sister, Mrs. Amos (Ut Meyer of Algona, Fenton Home for Christina* West Bend man completes 100 missions over Vietnam WEST BEND - Air Force Major Earl Krug is home for Christmas after completing 100 strike missions over North Vietnam. While the major was stationed for six months at Korat Air Force Base in Thailand, his attractive wife Eldora and their three-year-old daughter Elizabeth lived in Honolulu. The family spent two weeks together in Honolulu before flying to Iowa, where they've been dividing their time between the homes of the major's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krug Sr,, and Eldora's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanseltnan, all of West Bend. The major and his family are leaving Dec. 26 for Ent Air Force Base, near Colorado Springs, Colo. "No comment," is the major's standard reply to questions about the war. "The war is: a political sub- ject," he says, "arid the military stays away from politics." Asked if his superiors take a dim view of public comments on the war by homecoming majors, the major ' grinned brightly and replied "No comment." End of discussion. The major flew an F-105 Thun- derchief fighter-bomber on 49 strike missions and 51 Wild Weasle missions. Wild Weasle, he explained, is a bombing mission, but its nature is classified. Thanks primarily to good weather, it. took the major only six months to complete his 100 missions and his tour of duty in southeast Asia. The assignment could have lasted a year. A 1952 graduate of West Bend High School, the major enlisted in the Air Force in April 1954. He spent two years in flight training at Stewart Air Force Base, New York, before a three- year assignment at Misswa Air Force Base, Japan. . After Japan came three yeaft at Perrin Air Force Base, Texas, IS months at McCord Air Force Base, Washington, and F-105 training at Nellis Air Force Base, near Las Vegas, Nev. Military careers seem to rut in the family. The major's brother, Army Capt. Frank Kraft is on his way to Vietnam. Another brother, A1C Richard Krug, is stationed at Grand Forks, N. D., and a third brother, Louis Krug Jr., just retired from the Navy and livea in Key West, Fla. The major also has a brother, Holland, living at Whittemore, and two sisters, Mn. Alf (Mar* tha) Studer, Mallard, and Mrs. Gary (Eleanor) Cooper, 320 7th Ave. N., Fort Dodge. Eldora has three brothers — Richard, Donald and Eugene Hanselman, all of West Bend. FRIDAY MATINEE — DEC. 22 2 Complete Showings at 1 and 3 p.m Tall Paul's Free Show WEDNESDAY MATINEE — DEC. 27 HEINE SINK 2 Complete Showings at 1 and 3 p.m. Fenton Mra. Ray Uthof The Harold Eimers family were Sunday guests at Gus Krause's. Mrs. William Eimers, the Emil Eimers, Fairmont, and the Martin Meyers, Burt, spent the weekend at the John Eimers home at Summer. Saturday evening they attended the wedding of Roberta Meyer and Richard See at Cedar Falls. Sunday evening they visited the Gerald Eimers at Green. Douglas Gietzenauer is spending a two week leave with his parents, the Delbert Geitzenauers. Doug is stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited the John Hages at Thompson Wednesday. •' The , Merwin Priebes t Fair Oaks, Calif., were Wednesday supper and overnight guests of the Dale Weisbrods. Nadine Weisbrod, student at Morningside, Sioux City, is spending her Christmas va- , cation at Dale Weisbrod's. The Ervin Voettlers spent the weekend at Dave Engelman's at St. Paul. Mrs. Engelman and Mrs. Voettler are sisters. Thurs.-Fii.-Sat. Cjnt Complftt Shewing Sorting 4 t 7:30 Mjtiuft Sfturd«y 1:30 Adults—$1.?5 Children 5,Qc Continuous Showings From 1 p.m. on Sunday & Monday 2 Complftf Showing at 7 § 9. on Tu«»day 6 Admission — Adults $1.25 Mr*. Ray Uthof •*•••••••••»•••»»»•»»++ The Saturday bridge club met Saturday afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Jolley. Mrs. Edna Mueller and Mrs. Fred .lent/. were guests. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ella Newel. Mrs. Carl Beck, and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Mrs. E .C. Weisbrod left Friday from Minneapolis lot- Long Beach, Calif., to spend the winter. Stanley Munch. Whittier, Calif, met her al the airport. The Town and Country Womans Club met Tuesday evening at Mrs. Herbert Krause's. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt. Mrs. John Struecker and Mrs. Rex Spicer were co- hostesses. The program, the Christmas Story, "Light of the World", was given in reading and music by Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Arnold Hanson and Mrs. Charles Feye. The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Ernest Voettler. Mrs. Dora Schwarzenbach spent the weekend at William Schwarzenbach's at Storm Lake. Mrs. Howard Renfrew, Calvin, N. D., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Reinhold Laabs and friends and relatives. Mrs. Delond Bolte and Mrs. Howard Renfrew were Monday guests at Reinhold Laab's. 'Mrs. Arnold Laabs and Elizabeth spent Sunday afternoon with. Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. The Clair Bollihgers, Lone Rock, and Dale Weisbrods were Sunday guests of Mrs Charles Weisbrod. The Karl Siewerts, Minn* eapolis, spent the weekend at Wilfred Stoeber's. Mrs. Robert Sewell left for Long Beach, Calif., Saturday. Mrs. Sewell, a registered nurse, had gone directly to Rochester to be with her brother George, who at the time was critically ill. After his death she remained with his family for a week. Mn Sewell new by plane from Fairmont to Minneapolis arid by jet to Los Angeles. ' . Yu&tidejoy They're being good at gold 'cause San- fa's on his way. We wish you and yours the most this Christmas Day! As the season of good will comes to us once again, we take the opportunity to bid our friends a Merry Christmas! SJOGREN'S GROCERY Manager Dick Warded. DOUBLE FEATURE ALISTAR PICTURES HERTEUNDY SUNDAY Thra WEDNESDAY BOttVVfNAOKDt SHANNON ^PV™f™» ^HWw ^f^^f &, YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE You'll love the lightness of these silk scarves . . . unusual, original designs in hard-to-believe selection of colors. BRIGHT IDEA for last minute gift collectors. $1 up t skefl! SMART CHRISTMAS GIFT - DOLLARS go into ... •mart leather handbags! Smart, beautiful gloves . . . SURE OF A WARM RECEPTION CHRISTMAS MORN! up Graham's has A DOZEN WAYS TO SAY THE MERRIEST CHRISTMAS EVER . . . with the stockings she hopes Santa will bring! If you're known for the clever gifts you give ... U you want an unusual remen> brance ... our bright kerchiefs WjyL GIVE AS MUCH JOY AS A CHRISTMAS CAROL! 49c »

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