The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 9, 1962
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ALGONA vs. HAMPTON - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 7*45 GO! BULLDOGS! GO! PRESENTING THE 1962 ALGONA HIGH SCHOCt BUUDOGS Members of the squad who ar« in uniform for home games include Bob Pratt, Denny Miller, Mike Wickliff, Larry Helmers, Dave Skogstrom Tom Burtis, Bruce McCullough, Dick Pratt, Dave Hanselmor,, Tom Waller, Rich Hutchins, Bill Wetiel, Lance Johnson, Dave Martin, Doug Barr. Mike Kain, Paul Smith. Jack Williams. Bruce Sunder, Bob Martin, Bob Garms, Maynard Shackelford, Willie Steinman, Jim Abbott, Gary Kelley K Specht, Dennis Helmke, Tom Teeter and Bill Spe<hr. Head Coach is Jim Hershberger and Assistant Coaches are Champ Martin, Howie Stephenson and Keith Christie. Chuck Uinken of Harrison's knows the Bulldogs have a Variety of plays. Go! Go! Go! Blocker Gene Zender says: String 'cm up with one of our top quality ties. Charley of Logue's Tavern says: Let's polish off another one. Bulldogs. Bulldogs! Mrs. Dahl of Kossuth Radio & Record knows how Hit Records are made. Chuck Paxson says you got to give the Bulldogs a lot of Credit. Mow 'cm down like we do with a Toro Mower at Norton Machine Works. June Simpson at State Beauty Salon curls hair. Bulldogs . . . Curl Hampton's hair. Don Frederick's Hardware says: Those Bulldogs arc "hard-wearing" just like us. Bob Williams at the Hub hopes you hit 'em so hard they will fly right out of their Jockey underwear. knock Hampton off their rock- Fred says to tromp 'em good ers. Chalmer of Read's Fur- - and when vour cleats wear niture will supply the cheer out. sec Shilts Shoe for a re- and rockers. shod j ol) Doug Diekman at Sharp's would like to see you unwind Hampton's mainspring and really beat Iheir clocks. Bob ShJllington says if the storekeeper isn't becoming to you. then you should be coming to us. Old War Horse Frank of Sailer's Davis Paint says: Let's paint 'em and make th«ir front line "wall" paper. Tom Rich of Tom's Radio & TV knows your plays are set for the right Channels. Just stay on the beam. At the Security Stale Bank comes the advice of Bill Conn . . . you can bank on us, Bulldogs. Maynard Miller of Fareway wants you to grind Hampton into hamburger, slaughter their team and make 'em eat crow. Norm Christian likci, gambles but wants you to nlav it safe. Hit 'era low men, like our prices. Krv Uiltgen's Jewelry says: Our liming is riglil, the clock is set. now let's all spring out Ihis r'ridav. Gerry Bomgaars of Ben Franklin is betting that for every "live" Hampton gets, our Bulldogs will get "ten". Phil Diamond at his Jacket headquarters says: The Bulldogs are an" "Army" with a "Surplus" of top talent. John Hood of Hood's Super Value says: Skin Hampton alive, we'll let you hang 'em up on one of our meat hooks. Brail Wright of Grahams says: Tackle 'em low like our prices- and you'll be certain to win. Russ Waller says lo give Hampton u good Inking for the Upper DCS Aloincs gang. Lawrence HuUcll is behind {he Flulldog machine and will be adding up your score. Go! Go! John Shaw ol I'rnm-v s wants you to ia> 'em out this Friday on his sheets. The bovs al Hie Smoke Shop arc alna)s behind you. Bulldogs . . . und camera, shy! F'oslti- Furniture bus Hie carpet to lay 'em on Bulldogs, . . just ask We» IJartlett. Barr nothing team is tops . insurance. . . this Bulldog , . like Everett's Kd WoJf barks: Our Bulldog* hit harder than anyone from "COAST-TO-COAST". Al Agena at Iowa State Bank bus a "sale" place to bury Hampton, but send 'em home Bulldogs . . . They're not I Ionic Owned. Warren Nelson ol Kossuth Mo- lor says the Bulldogs arc full l pep and have plenty of s^li- • . . just like the 'lia Chcvys.

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