This Dayton label was owned by Arvey L. Webster. Sonny Flaharty and Shad O'Shea were involved as well. Initially the label was known as Falcon but renamed to Alco after #1001, presumably to avoid conflict with the NYC label.
|1001||Sonny Flaharty and his Young Americans||Hurricane / Joann|
|1002||Sonny Flaharty and his Young Americans||Mickey Monkeyed / Walking At Midnight|
|1003||Sonny Flaharty and his Young Americans||Whole Lotta Shakin' / Please Be Real|
|1004||Tom and the Tempests||It's Over Now! / Play It Cool (PS)|
|1005||unknown - see note below|
|1006||the Jaguars||The Metropolitan / Wanda, Why (PS)|
|1006||the Fabulous Penetrations||Shoreline / The King's Palace Introduction|
|1009||Janie Fulmer||Everything is Here (But You) / A Few Days More|
|1010||Paul Hopkins, Jr and the Sheiks||Hoppy at the World's Fair / Hypnotized Lady|
|1014||Janie Fulmer||Wild and Free / You've Started to Care Less||Apr '66|
|No #||Pvt. Eddie Lloyd||Red, White, and Blue / Walk It Off (PS)||May '66|
|2187||the Angeles Simeon||Soul Mission / Fisherman's Wharf|
Two records were assigned #1006. The assumption is that one should be 1005 or 1007 - currently no found records have those numbers. #1001 issued as Falcon - all others as Alco.