The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1965
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4-Algeno (In.) Upper Det MelnM Thursday, Oetob«r 7, 196$ GENE 7.ENDER : Comp on Bears, give us a top Quality victory ! RAY BETTS : Koep that scorekeepor busy in your column. CEC McGINNIS : Turn on the hot, blue flame, Garrigan. JOHN HOPKINS : Step on (he gas, Garrigan (J«lil arin black. WAYNE MEYER : Clobber 'Em good, and bring in for repairs. JOE DOWNEY : CHUCK BEHR : JIM ESSER . DON FREDERICK : You Bears are hardwearing, just like us. BRAIL WRIGHT : Trim (he socks off 'cm, Golden Bears. PHIL DIAMOND : Let's put a jacket and handcuffs on them. MAYNARD MILLER : Our gang is backing you all the way. CLAYTON PERCIVAL : We're all 100% for you, Garrigan Bears. ROR DREYER : Make it a good one, Bears, and best ol luck to vou. BOB BOMGAARS : Give it the old Garrigan try, Bears. WES BARTLETT: We'll furnish the carpet to lay 'em out on. IGAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 HIGH DICK COOK : Let's weld our way to victory, Bears ! ROY STOFFEL: Give 'em the old Viking treatment, Garrigan, CHUCK HINKEN : Give the visitors me full treatment. nil I. CONN : Vuii can always bank on ••i.v Golden Bears. DICK BUSCHER : Now's the time to get a big win. BOB WILLIAMS : Let's trim 'em down to proper size, Bears. HOWARD MILLER : Soften 'em up and give 'em the works. JOHN ELBERT: There's a tiger in your tank, Garrigan ! RAY KELLY : Don't forget you have our solid support. HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES FRIDAY - 2.-30 P. M. - PEP RALLY SATURDAY, 8 P.M., FOOTBALL GAME Crowning of Queen at Half Time Homecoming Dance immediately following game WALLY HILL : We'll clean & press that Wahlert team, Bears. RON FACTOR : Hit 'em high, hit 'em low — Let's go ! ERV WII.TGEN : They'll need a rebuilding job too, after Saturday. KINK WILLEY : Give Wahlert a modern cleaning, Garrigan. WALT HALL : Hun 'em thru the sprcadci ;uul plow 'em under. Thursday, October 7, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Da* Moine»-5 FRANK MOULTON : - The town backs you. CHUCK BENSON Hit ' em hard - w all the pieces. CHUCK PAXSON : A Victory will be a fine "credit" to you, Bears. JIM MILDER : Gas 'em good, Golden Bears — Win this one. WES SCHULTZ : <Ine 'cm a lull pm\iT I'.irkaue. Garri^an. In -• I-'" ARN1E RICKLEFS : We're taking no bets on Wahlert Saturday. RUSS MEDIN : Cream Wahlert good, give us a great victory. RUSS WALLER : Steak out those Wahlert fellows, Garrigan Bears. LLOYD PRATT : Let's electrify Wahlert here Saturday night. GENE HOOD : We'll insure anything but the Wahlert ashes. Ml 1,1, I)AU. JR. : Hnnible nn, Garrigan, to a big Homecoming win. WARREN NELSON : DUANE CARSON : Style, pep and power to We hope you decorate the * ._ » . <n ••!. .;*-.».« t.ilil. *l**«nnl- you, Golden Bears. visitors with defeat. CHALMER READ : Let's knock Dubuque Wahlert off their rockers. LLOYD BOHANNON : Betting on Wahlert is a risk we won't take. JOHN SHAW : Lay 'em out right, Bears — we'll furnish the sheets. P.M. GARRIGAN FIELD ED GILMORE : BOB SHILLINGTON : Loan 'em anything but We'll lend clippers for a yardage, Bears. good trimming. RAY LANGFITT : You can do it, Golden Bears — let's go ! CARL NELSON : Send 'em home Blue and White, Garrigan. VIC PERKINS : JIM UTT : ADOLPII OAKLAND : Make this a real Home- Plug in the juice and let Disconnect that Wahlert coming, Golden Bears, it rip, Bears. piping, Bears. GENE MULLER : Garrigan Golden Bears have this one coming. DOUG DIEKMAN : J OE BRADLEY : It's time (or a real Sharp £»re up, there, golden Garrigan victory. Bears. We want thjs one. JOHN HOOD : FHANK SAITER : A Super victory would be vv<> ' 1! help you pa»nt the *^ _ , • t'Vi'n rnsi mi n ( of great Value. tov/n red — win ! EVERETT BARR : Barr nothing — the Bear team deserves this one. DEAN TAYLOR : Let's tear loose like a flock of mustangs. ED WOLF : Come on you Bears, hit 'em for victory. NORM CHRISTIAN : It's no Gamble — we're all behind you here.

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