The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1966 · Page 7
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AlfMM, (la.) Up*** DM Mohm T*Ml«y, A*** 1, ttt* MBMMriMaMaM«nHliiWHHHI^)i^i^ B M MHHMMM ^g Bl i MM ^ | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ft/fa Hendrickson Bride At Bancroft July 23 St. John, The Baptist Catholic church at Bancroft was the setting July 23 for the wedding of Rita Susan Hendrickson and Gilbert Frank Wenzel. Msgr. Joseph H. Schultes performed the double ring ceremony at 11 a.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chipman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenzel, all of Bancroft. One hundred guests were entertained at the reception in the church hall. Rosemary Schwankl was maid of honor and Siegfried Wenzel, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were David Skarie and Dean Hendrickson. Steven Hendrickson, a nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride's plain gold wedding band, a family heirloom, had been worn by her maternal grandmother, the late Rose Donn- delinger, on her wedding day in 1906. The bride made her own wedding gown and lace mantilla. Mr. and Mrs. Wenzel will make their home in Minneapolis, where she will practice-teaching this fall. After completion of practice teaching,- Mrs. Wenzel will receive her bachelor of science degree in home economics at Mankato State College. Wenzel, a graduate of TiISC in March, is employed as personnel technician at the Federal Cartridge Co. in New Brighton. (Guckeen Photo) Discuss $65,000 Set-Up For Translator TV Here A group of Algona citizens appeared before the city council at its regular session Wednesday evening to request installation of CATV (Citizens' Antenna Television). Spokesman for the delegation was Richard Godfredson, chairman, who explained that for many Algona residents television reception is most unfavorable, and that the translator system would make good reception accessible. There are 150 such translator systems now in use in a 6- state area. The are operated at Blue Earth, Mankato, Spencer, Fairmont, Carroll, Windom, Des Moines and Iowa City. He introduced Dan Schulte and Bob Turner, representatives of K and M Electronics of Minneapolis. Mr. Schulte presented brochures on the translator system and explained installation and operation, with emphasis on UHF. He answered a number of questions from the floor. Several channels, 3-5-10, would become available to local residents through a tax levy, ac- cording to Mr. Schulte. Suggested was a 400-foot tower, with estimate of total costs ai about $68,000. Erection estimate was $59,000, exclusive of land and building. An estimate . of $3,000 was placed on the land needed, and $63,000 would include filing the necessary information with the Federal Communications Commission and labor. Maintenance, including power and insurance, was estimated at approximatley $5,000 per year. Cost to the average home owner for the first year would be $40.50, with approximatley $2.83 to be assessed during the ensuing years. The group has in mind three sites on where the tower might be located. None has been definitely chosen. One requisite is that the tower be located four miles from the airport. Charge would be $4,000 to submit patterns and applications to the FCC. Contributions for the system would not be voluntary, but would be assessed to each resident of Algona. Russell Buchanan, city attorney, was of the opinion that at present, council has no bonding authority... He stated that pub- lishment of intent and notices preclude action at present. Mr. Buchanan was authorized to contact James Carpenter, Des Moines bonding attorney, with regard to floating a bond and to establish if it is possible to authorize such a bond. - Mayor William J. Finn and members of the council were invited to view a similar installation at Fairmont and compare reception there, where both color and black and white TV are available. The citizens' group was formally organized at a meeting July 5. Co-chairmen with Mr. Godredson are Dr. J. B. Harris and Albert Van Buren. Others of the committee all of whom were riot present at the council meeting, include DonClapsaddle, Harold Nelson, Al Sage, Tom Rich, Robert Russell, Clayton Pittman, Kenneth Harris, Dewey Skilling, Harvey Reid, Leighton Misbach, Leo Cassel, Paul Haverly, Lyle R. (Bud) Anderson, James Modrell, Dr. William Clegg, Orville Duncan, Ray Gilbert, Glen Graham, Wes Bartlett and Dr. LeRoy Strohman. In other action, authorized was the sale of property and approval of a quit claim deed, regarding a request from Bennie Wibben to purchase one block of West street north of Call street at the west city limits. John Schimmel appeared before council with regard to a storm sewer behind the Good Samaritan Home. Class "C" beer permits were authorized for the Diagonal Grocery, Ron and Jack's and Sjogren Grocery. A cigarette permit was authorized for the MR. FARMER! CALL OR SEE US NOW FOR YOUR GRAIN DRYING EQUIPMENT WIRING ... WHILE THERE IS TIME TO DO SO, AND WHILE MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE. EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR LAYOUT UTT ELECTRIC ALGONA 295-2223 Diagonal Grocery. Council met in executive session with members of the airport commission, with no announcement made as to results of the discussion. A report of the Algona Municipal Utilities was approved. Open hearing on the city budget was set for August 10. J. Harold Brandt, 54, Dies In Fla. J. Harold Brandt, a former Algona resident and business man, died July 21 at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., friends we re informed last week. He had been making his home in Florida for some years. He was 54 years old. He succumbed to a sudden heart attack. Prior to going to Florida, Mr. Brandt operated the Brandt Buick firm here for a number of years. Services were held at a funeral chapel in Fort Lauderdale and burial was in Lauderdale Memorial Gardens. Fred Diekmann At Bank School MADISON, WISC. - Fred A. Diekmann, Jr., Security State Bank of Algona, is among 489 banker-students from 46 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, who are attending the 14th summer session of the three-year School for Bank Audit, Control, and Operation being held July 31-Aug. 13 at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The school is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin and the National Association for Bank Audit and Control (NABAC), and is one of the more than 500 short courses and conferences held on the Wisconsin campus COME JOIN THE FUN OUR EXPLORER HERITAGE AUGUST 19-28 DE5MOMES THE BIGGEST, MOST EXCITING SHOW OF THE YEAR!! Lawrence Kelt AND THE ENTIRE "LAWRENCE WELK SHOW" THE LENNON SISTERS * THE BLENDERS * JOANN CASTLE ARTHUR DUNCAN * MYRON FLOREN * JACK IMEL * BUDDY MERRILL * BOB RALSTON * ALLADIN * BARBARA AND BOBBY * DICK DALE * JOE FEENEY * LARRY HOOPER BOB LIDO * NA1ALIE NEVINS * JIM ROBERTS * THE CHAMPAGNE MUSIC MAKERS NIGHTS, AUG. 23-27; AFTERNOON, AUG. 26 I CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST RODEO Afternoons: Aug. 22, 23; Night, Aug. 22 Officially Sanctioned by Rodeo Cowboys of America. Top rowljoys haltlinc it out on finest bucking slock for big pri/e money. Saddle and barcbark bronc ndinr. steer wrestling, Brahma bull riding, calf toping for points that count in National Championships. Real hell-for-lcalher rodeo. Don't miss it! NEW! MIDGET CAR RACES Evening, Aug. 21 BIG CAR RACES Afternoons: Aug. 21, 27 SEMI MODIFIED CAR RACES Evening, Aug. 19 SUPER MODIFIED CAR RACES Evening, Aug. 20; Afternoon, Aug. 28 LATE MODEL STOCK CAR RACES Afternoon, Aug. 20; Night, Aug. 28 JOIE CHITWOOD THRILL SHOW Afternoon, Aug. 19 HARNESS RACES Afternoons: Aug. 24, 25 WESTERN HORSE SHOW SOCIETY HORSE SHOW Nights: Aug. 26-28; Matinee, Aug. 28 Nights: Aug. 19-25; Matinee, Aug. 21 IOWA STATE FAIR TALENT CHAMPIONSHIPS * FESTIVAL OF BANDS WOMEN'S BUILDING * BEST FROM THE SCIENCE FAIRS * HALL OF BETTER LIVING * TRAVEL VILLAGE * IOWA BATON TWIRLING CHAMPIONSHIPS * WESTERN SQUARE DANCING * WILDLIFE EXHIBIT WOMAN'S WORLD * IOWA COOKOUT KING CONTEST * FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW * ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW * COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING * BABY BARNYARD * OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST * STATE CHECKER CHAMPIONSHIPS * ARMED FORCES EXHIBITS * AND, SO MUCH, MUCH MORE! SEE IT ALL! IOWA'S GREAT IOWA'S FINEST FARM MACHINERY SHOW * GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 4-H BABY BEEF SHOW * NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW * FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW it IOWA QUALITY BEEF CONTEST * POULTRY SHOW * RABBIT SHOW * TEAM AND PONY PULLING CONTEST * STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TRACTOR PULL * FARM GADGET SHOW it AGRICULTURAL HALL * BUTTER COW * CORN AND GRAIN SHOW it RURAL FAMILY LIVING * CHAMPIONSHIP HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT * HALL OF CHAMPIONS * PARADE OF CHAMPIONS * BLUE RIBBON ROAD BROUGHT TO LIFE! Now, an authentic, lull slie blockhouse to commemorate our explorer heritage joins the real Indian Village in a growing outdoor museum of Iowa history. CHILDREN'S DAY Friday, Aug. 19 TEEN TOWN MAGNIFICENT MIDWAY NIGHTLY FIREWORKS NEW GATES ... NEW PARKING PLAN CAMP AT THE FAIR ORDER RESERVED SEATS NOW! Afternoon grandstand performances Fri.. Aug. 19. and Mon., Aug. 22 thru Thurs.. Aug. 25; Gold Circle, 12.50; Blue Chip Section, $2.00; Green Section, $1.50. ^ ,j ,-• , . A " olner grandstand performances: Gold Circle, $3.00; Blue Chip Section, $2.50; Green Section, >2.00. Send check or money order to: Secretary, Iowa State Fair, Des Moines. CHILDREN UNDER 12 ADMITTED FREE TO FAIRGROUNDS THROUGHOUT THE FAIR

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