The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 9
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ONE SOLID TRUCKLOAD FLORIDA s CHARLESTON GRAYS r VAN CAMPS 300 TALL CANS PORK n' BEANS 8 "" I.OO Stockton CATSUP 2 LARGE *^ Jl^^ BOTTLES 29C \IUMPTY-DUMPTY 1-PbUND CAN PINK SALMON 49C SWIFTNING 79<S 3-LB. CAN THiificOffniigl FIAVORITE Cookies Sandwich Cookies Van. Sugar Wafers Oatmeal Cookies I Van. Sandwiches Sugar Cookies Butterscotch Sand. Coconut Taffy Bars Chocolate Cremes mix 'em up or take ail one kind SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER Marigold Ice Cream Buy ]£-Gailon Marigold Van. Ice Cream And Get '/2-Gal Low Calorie Dessert For 49c Vi - GALLON ICE CREAM 95c all p | MM V4 - GALLON LOW CALORIE DESSERT __ 49c All TOf J/14 REALEMON SUMMER DRINK SALE I REALEMON ORANGE DRINK REALEMON LEMON & ORANGE Big 46 oz. Cans DOLE'S SUMMER DRINK 46-OZ. CAN Pineapple • Grapefruit RED DOT POTATO CHIPS ONE - POUND TWIN PACK 59C Strawber'i BIGGEST, MOST LUSCIOUS BERRIES YOU'VE SEEN BEEF ROAST Well Trimmed 37 Ib. 30-Lb. Tin FROZEN CALIFORNIA BERRIES Sugar-Added Armour's 'Star' Whole or Half Ib SKINLESS - DEFATTED SHANKLESS Frozen Food Specials! For Frying or Broiling, NORTH STATE Club Steaks PORK STEAK, - Ib. 49c ii>. FROZEN STRAWBERRIES pkg. 19c JUST ARRIVED ! SPECIAL TRUCKLOAD STOKELEY'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 cans SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE ...Scans 55c Crisp Radishes • • bch. ALL GRADES ALL WEIGHTS Red Tomatoes Tube Of 4 25' This is something special in the way of Beef Qua rters - cpme in and lopk these quarters pver right here - select just the one ypu want - we will carefully cut and wrap and mark at no extra charge. A SPECIAL TRUCKLOAD -* HERE NOW I Pontiac Potatoes 50 Lb, 1.19 GOLD COIN Oleo 4£79* HORMELS THICK U. 5. NO. 1 ALABAMA Red Potatoes'-; 39* SLICED BACON 2 Ib. box L29 REGULAR CAN BABO 10 Visit Our DIETETIC DEPT Complete of iug0r*fr0e and salt-free foodi * in en exceptionally lame variety. •••••••••^^^^^^••^^•^^^H "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^^M^BPMHWBHIBHI^^^^^^^^PPIWIIBBMWWBBBBBWIWPIIPIWP ^^B ^^B ^^IP^^ ^^H^^ •W^^ fuuusrenti PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES m- , 1L —^ - ^ , m-.T-Tn-'n—- , r - - .. ._ ._,,_,.,., ^ ...i. .. . . „ . . .^ -._..'. /T tlrf AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 60% of Academy Seniors Plan To Attend College Graduation from high school following )2 years of formal education has po.sed no real problem for- 26 graduates of St. Cecelia Academy. A recent poll showed at Jeast 60 percent of the group will enter schools of higher learning by the time next fall rolls around. Besides those sure of enrolling in post-high school work, several others may seek college degrees, and there is plenty of variety in the goals being shot at. The following thumb-nail sketches of each of St. Cecelia's 1957 graduates give a close look into the past and future aims. Warren Thomas Bebo, 17, son of Mr and Mrs Milton Bebo, plans to take up business administration at Creighton U., Omaha. He was active in baseball, basketball, singing groups, Sodality and the junior class play during high school days; favorite subject was social studies and enjoys dancing and sports. Bettie Beisch, 19, daughter of Mrs Suzann Beisch, is undecided on the future; she was in Sodality three years, liked bookkeeping class in high school, and ein- joys reading, dancing and musfic. Emilie E. Bode, 18, daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvin Bode, will work at Hood's Super-Valu; was in D.Y.O., singing, girls basketball and on the Ripples and ytear- book staffs; favorite subject iwas bookkeeping and enjoys dancing, singing, playing the piano, listening to the radio and collecting salt shakers as hobbies. < Ronald James Briggs, 18, is the son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Briggs; wants to study radib announcing at Minneapolis; played baseball and basketball and was active in speech, D.Y.O. and.' music in school; government Was his favorite subject and hobbies include reading and dancirig. Ronald Jerome Buschex, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs : Joseph Buscher, and will work on dad's farm; played baseball, was an, altar boy, in Sodality and class plays and liked physics as a subject in high school; likes to dance and is interested in electrical experiments. Joan Kay Byam, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Byam, plans to take up elementary teaching at Iowa Teachers, Cedar Falls; jjlayed girls basketball, was in singing groups and,on Ripples staff and liked government'In high school; hobbies include dancing,- reading and, collecting salt- shakers. Mary Ilia Erpelding, 17, is daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Erpelding, and plans to work in a local office; was in singing groups' and intramurals and on staff of Ripfcles in high school; bookkeeping favorite subject; dancing and sewing are her hobbies. Thomas Arthur Fandel, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Fandel, might join armed forces; played baseball and basketball and was in music groups; liked speech real well and considers bowling and singing his hobbies. * for use between permanents iOTH VERY GINTL5 REGULAR „ SUPER LOTIONS Donald Raymond Froehllch, I 1 ?, son of Mr and Mrs Francis Froeh* lich, plans to take liberal arts course at Loras, Dubuque; played basketball and baseball and Was in choir and Sodality; physics favorite course and baseball is his hobby. Donald A. Olasef, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Qlaser; may also go into service; music and basketball were activities and physics and bookkeeping favorite subjects; dancing, roller skating, skiing and bowling are his hobbies. Joan Lee Henry, 18, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Henry, will take up elementary teaching at Iowa Teachers; active in High school, was in singing groups, intramurals, student council, speech and plays and on Ripples staff; English Literature favorite subject; enjoys dancing, reading and sewing. John Lee Henry, 18, son of Mf and Mrs Simon Henry, Will work on father's farm; was active 4 in basketball and music and enjoyed bookkeeping as favorite subject; dancing, reading and sports are his hobbies.' Donna Marie King, 18, if daughter of Mrs Marie King, plans to get job; was in Q.A..A., and intramurals; bookkeeping favorite subject; dancing and movies are her hobbies. Virginia M. Klein, 18, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Klein, plans to take elementary .teaching at Iowa Teachers; was in glee club, G. A. A. and Sodality and especially liked English Literature; dancing and kittenball are favorite hobbies. James Joseph Lichter. 18, is son of Mr and Mrs Joe Lichter; has $200 scholarship •which he will use at Loras"; was active in speech, music, Sodality and was •altar boy; all math courses and physics his favorites in school; favorite hobby is amateur radip. Arleen M. Ludyrig, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Ludwig, would like to attend a beau-, tician school; was cheerleader and active 'jn music; office practice favorite subject; dancing, skating and drawing are hobbles. Monte Carl Pearson, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Pearson, has a $100' scholarship at Loras; plans to go into the priesthood; was altar boy, in .baseball, basketball and on Ripples staff., in Sodality and music; physics favorite subject; sports 'serve as hAbby,< J ^ -Richard Duwayne Rutau, -18, son of Mr. and'Mrs ,Art JUstau, plans to work'on the railroad; was in Sodality,' baseball, basketball, music and was * altar boy; science and physics favorite subjects; hobbies -include, dancing, roller skating, William James Robinson, 17, is son of Mr find Mrs Biid Robm- son and plans to attend Creighton for pre-veterinary ; medicine' work; was altar boy, on Ripples staff, In plays and out for baseball and basketball; government his favorite subject and reading and' bowling are hobbies. Cecil John Schilmoeller, 18, son of Mr and Mrs RayJSchilrnoel- ler, will begin pre-law course at Creighton; outstanding athlete, active in speech, music, on student council and class president; government favorite, course; dancing, ^bowling and movies are hobbies. Cyrilla Kay Schmidt. 17, daughter of Mrs Ray Wessel, plans to, go to college, possibly at Sioux* City; was active in girls sports and -liked literature; hobbies ar ( §i dancing and sports. Bunnie Sheridan, 17, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Sheridan, will take nurses training at St. Vincent's, Sioux. City; was a cheerleader and active in niusie; liked English and enjoys singing, dancing, hiking, s>wimmin| anTa boating. v >. Bernefce Mwy SmlJh, 18, Is daughter of Mrs Bridget Smith, plans to work in an office; was in mixed chorus and girls basketball;. liked bookkeeping r a n d considers dancing and Softball favorite hobbies. Henry Thttges, 17, is son of Mr and Mrs Herman Thilges, arid plans to attend , Creighton for liberal arts; was active in; gports, speech, class plays and Sodality and on annual staff; physics favorite subject and cars, rock and roll and bop are-hobbies , hobbies. j Layonne Mary Winkel_ daughter of Mr and Mrs rence Winkel, will take nurses training; was in mjxed chorus and girls 'basketball and book* keeping favorite subject; dancing and softball her lobbies. E«a Jane Woodcock, 17, <teugh« ter of F. A. Woodowk, plans to take up elementary teaching at college of Mount St, &MXQ . at Clinton; was active in singing groups and G.A.A-; biology fav« orite subject an4 dancing, read* ing, records and watching ba&e* ball games are her hobbies. Gravasjd* Rlt« Held For Infant were held Wednesda} at 3 »•*», at §t« etery for Steveft f eld M day old .600 one toother wwi ft

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