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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1966
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Notes Of Servicemei vide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Paulsen was graduated from Lakota Con. High School in 1965. Art Show Church of the Good Shepherd, 8th and Moore Streets, Blue Earth, Minn., will sponsor an art show showing the work of Mrs. Milt Wilson of Elmore Saturday and Sunday, August 6 7, beginning at 2 p.m. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman Robert A. Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius J. Thilges of R. R. 1, Algona, Iowa, has been selected for technical training at Lowry AFB, Colo., as a U. S. Air Force munitions specialist. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to provide technically trained personnel for the nation's aerospace force. Airman Thilges was graduated from Garrigan High School in 1964. - o- USS CONSTELLATION (CVA- 64) (FHTNC) July 26 - - Com- missaryman Third Class Paul D. Miller, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Miller of Wesley, is on station in the South China Sea aboard the U. S. Seventh Fleet attack aircraft carrier U SS Constellation. Operating off ' the shores of Vietnam, Constellation's aircraft daily strike selected military targets in support of U. S. and Vietnamese forces. During the Constellation's first month in Vietnamese waters, her aircraft have downed a North Vietnamese "MIG-17" fighter, destroyed or damaged more than 600 structures, 47 bunkers, 32 railroad cars, 21 vehicles, five FT boats, and three missile sites. In the first nine days off Vietnam, Constellation aircraft participated in raids on petroleum storage areas, went to the aid of U, S. destroyers in the Gulf of Tonkin, and sunk or damaged 117 water vehicles. - o- I Council Minutes I The City Council met July 27, 1966 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Elbert, Cook, Miller & Pelrce. Absent: Muckey and •Andreasen. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Mr. Schimmel, 509 W. College, came before the council concerning storm sewer in the southwest part of city. Class C beer permits were granted to the Diagonal Grocery, SJogren's Grocery and Ron & Jack's Grocery. Cigarette permit was approved for Diagonal Grocery. Council adjourned to an executive session for 30 minutes after which it reconvened. Several interested residents of Algona presented to the council a proposal for a TV Translator System for the city and surrounding area. This proposal was made by the K & M Electronics Co. of Minneapolis, Minn. After considerable discussion it was moved and seconded that the Council further Investigate the proposal presented. Algona Municipal Utilities quarterly report was accepted and placed on file in the clerk's office. Approved the sale of West street, from Call street to the city limits, to B. Wibben. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Salary. 135.00 Smith, Salary. 238.13 Sands, Salary 120.39 la. State Bank, Wholdlng.. State Comm., Wholdlng.. Buchanan & McClure, Legal Fees. Callaghan & Co., Book.. . W. Finn, Expenses. N. W. Bell, Phone P. Schneider, Refunds.... Shey & Gotten, Services.. STREET Burrls, Salary. Hurt is, Salary Frambach, Salary. . . . . . Helmers, Salary Lashbrook, Salary. ... . Pergande, Salary Wibben, Salary Sifert, Salary. Boldridge, Jr., Labor. . . Nitchals, Labor Smith, Labor la. State Bank, Wholding State Comm., Wholdlng. . C. Fraser, Sidewalk. . . ., N. W. Bell, Phone , .60.60 . 6.81 325.00 22.50 . 20.50 33.78 .81.25 . 25.00 Alflona, (la.) Upp*r D« Mointt Timday, AwfliMt 9, 1964 174.29 151.70 154.06 142.54 47.89 192.06 137.63 147.91 . 78.00 98.07 . 75.83 105.00 . 11.93 . 5.40 11.85 Midwest Culvert, Pipe. . .. 83.20 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 150.84 Lemkee, Salary. 205.13 la. State Bank, Wholdlng... 18.70 State Comm., Wholding. . .. 3.76 Cargill, Refund. 27.74 Homellte, Blower 227.95 N. W. Bell, Phone 12.60 D. Smith, Mileage 28.40 RECREATION Cooper, Salary 138.45 Barr, Salary 85.59 Bartlett, Salary 93.28 Erpelding, Salary 70.11 Johnson, Salary 85.59 Henderson, Salary 70.11 Schutter, Salary 93.28 Bruch, Salary 70.11 Parrott, Salary. 62.26 Olson, Salary 123.00 Sigsbee, Labor 98.17 Boldridge, Sr., Salary.... 139.50 ROAD USE TAX H. M. Brown, Repairs 17.10 Eco Machine, Repairs. .... 4.30 Everds Bros., Road Mix. 13,431.68 Laird's Body Shop, Services 45.00 Sankey Sand & Gravel, Asphalt 320.40 Swaney Equip., Light 60.19 UBC, Inc., Glass 1.84 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 227.47 Day, Salary. 47.02 Bulten, Salary 175.49 Hutchison, Salary 173.77 Jorgenson, Salary 187.30 Rasmussen, Salary 165.96 Elbert, Salary 47.90 Voigt, Salary 163.02 Willey, Salary 15.00 la. State Bank, Wholding... 87.85 State Comm., Wholding.... 13.91 Trust & Agency, Pension.. 13.11 Charles Day, Uniform Allowance 75.00 N. W. Bell, Phone 24.46 Heiman Fire Equip., Adapter. 7.65 Algona Fire Dept., Services 303.00 SANITATION Gade, Salary 93.15 Courtney, Salary. 103.38 Boldridge, Spraying 17.05 Lemkee, Spraying 109.90 Helmers, Labor 10.54 D. Mittleider, Labor 9.54 la. State Bank, Wholding. . . 2.00 UBC, Inc., Supplies 1.99 With Hogs, Concrete Pays! la. Stale Bank, Wholding... 95.00 State Comm., Wholdlng..... 5.86 B. Cooper, Swim. Instruction. 650.00 Directory Service, Ribbons 3.00 McKesson & Bobbins, Cellte 75.00 N. W. Bell, Phone 1.00 UBC., Inc., Supplies. . . . 11.33 B. LaBarre, Golf Instruction. 23.00 Cowan's, Labor 21.00 DEBT SERVICE la. State Bank, Interest. . . 77.50 Security State, Interest. . . 31.00 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 197.73 Nauholz, Salary 61.11 la. State Bank, Wholding... 30.70 State Comm., Wholding. . . 3.80 Trust & Agency, Pension. .. 2.34 R. Groen, Painting 30.00 COME JOIN THE FUN OUR EXPLORER HERITAGE AUGUST 19-28 DESMOKS ' A A 4*.mL mm FAIR Lawrence Kelt THE BIGGEST, MOST EXCITING SHOW OF THE YEAR!! In Person AND THE ENTIRE "LAWRENCE WELK SHOW" THE LENNON SISTERS * THE BLENDERS * JOANN CASTLE ARTHUR DUNCAN * MYRON ROREN * JACK IMEL * BUDDY MERRILL * BOB RALSTON * ALLADIN * BARBARA AND BOBBY * DICK DALE * 10E FEENEY * LARRY HOOPER BOB LIDO * NATALIE NEVINS * JIM ROBERTS * THE CHAMPAGNE MUSIC MAKERS | NIGHTS. AUG. 23-27; AFTERNOON. AUG. 26 | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMMMMMMMMMHJMi BMHMBBPBBiwBBBMiwBBiwPiB^BWi^i^^^B^B^B^i^i^^^'^^'^'^^"^^^'^*^'^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^*' CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST RODEO Afternoons: Aug. 22, 23; Night, Aug. 22 Officially Sanctioned by Rodeo Cowboys of America. Top cowboys battling It out on finest bucking stock tor big prize money. Saddle and bareback bronc riding, steer wrestling, Brahma bull riding, calf roping for points that count In National Championships. Real hell-tor-leather 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; Afteraoin, 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 Nithts: Aiif. 26-26; Matiice, Aiif.2S NifMt: Att(. 1S-25; Matinee, Aug. 21 SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Airman Richard E. Paulsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M. Paulsen of R. R. 1, Lakota, Iowa, has been selected for technical training at Lowry AFB, Colo., as a U. S. Ai r Force munitions specialist. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His new school is part of the Air Training Command which conducts hundreds of specialized courses to pro- Hogs like concrete feed floors! And they prove it with weight gains. Your farm operation will be easier, your labor costs lower with concrete feed floors for hogs. Ask us for the details. Our ready mixed concrete makes the job quick and easy. It is an investment that pays off in farm profits. COWAN CORP. SINCE 1869 295-5266 ALGONA 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 BUILDING1 * BABY BARNYARD * OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST * STATE CHECKER CHAMPIONSHIPS * ARMED FORCES EXHIBITS * AND, SO MUCH, MUCH MORE! SEE IT ALL! ___ I IOWA'S GREAT ffltl BROUGHT TO LIFE! IOWA'S FINEST FARM MACHINERY SHOW * GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 4-H BABY BEEF SHOW * NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW * FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW * IOWA QUALITY BEEF CONTEST * POULTRY SHOW * RABBIT SHOW * TEAM AND PONY PULLING CONTEST * STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TRACTOR PULL * FARM GADGET SHOW * AGRICULTURAL HALL * BUTTER COW * CORN AND GRAIN SHOW it RURAL FAMILY LIVING * CHAMPIONSHIP HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT * HALL OF CHAMPIONS * PARADE OF CHAMPIONS * BLUE RIBBON ROAD Now, an authentic, full site blockhouse to commemorate our eiplorer heritage loins 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.. AUK. 19, and Mon.. Aug. 22 thru Thurs., Aug. 25; Gold Circle, t£SD; Blue Chip Section, 12.00; Green Section, tl.50. All other grandstand performances: ...„,*. Gold Circle, (3.00; Blue Chip Section, U.50; Green Section, *2-0*» Send check or money order to: Secretary, Iowa State Fair, Des^lomes. CHILDREN UNDE T . H U A0 6 «,TJED TH FRE F E A| TO FAIRGROUND

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