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4-Alflono (la.) Upper Det MeinM Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 DEMOCRATIC SHAKEUP As often happens when business slumps, or a political party loses, the state Democratic party is undergoing a shokeup. A new state chairman has been selected. Duke Norberg, former Albia newspaperman, is being replaced by Lex Hawkins, Des Moines attorney. The state Democratic party has its weaknesses, but they are not all Norberg's fault. There was an unfortunate division of effort in the last election in fund-raising, and in candidate support. The duplications of effort hurt in the fund raising, and they weakened the state ticket on the campaign trail. But the fault was certainly not that of the state chairman to a complete degree. Each of several strong candidates built his own organization, independent of others. The coordination of effort between groups was lost, and the party as a whole suffered. In most counties of the state the courthouse level, strongly Republican, gave that party o solid springboard of support. None of us can deny, either, that the Democratic party faced a considerable amount of whispering opposition, all based on one subject. No state chairman could do much to cope with this type of opposition. We" suspect the Democratic party, despite its defeat in Iowa, is here to stay. Those of us with Democratic leanings would of course have liked to win; but we lost on the state level, and we accept defeat graciously. The,,party would also do well to not let opposition papers involve it in a "let's you and him fight" situation. There will, we hope, always be other el- Dctions. and the wine of victory is always more pleasant after tasting defeat. Two-party government is the backbone of our democracy, the balance wheel of a republic. Iowa needs the. two-party system badly, and it is up to present and future Democratic leadership to see that lowans always have a choice on the ballot. * * * NOW TO MAKE GOOD Grundy Register — The winning candidates and the winning party now have their job cut out out for them to live up to the promises that were made during the campaign. The voters are used to taking these promises at a small discount dnd they will be satisfied if from 80 to 90% of the promises are carried put. ; , €TRICTLX BUSINESS MAKE THE BEST OF IT The Eagle Grove Eagle had some comments, last week, on the recent suggestion that Webster City high school go find itself another conference in which to comp-ste, allowing the present North Central Conference group to acquire a new member closer to the population size of the remaining seven — and presumably easier to cope with in athletics. The Eagle thinks the idea is all wet. They grant that Webster City has been riding the crest of a victory wave, but they foresee changes in the future. The Eagle suggests that the other schools just get down to business and produce better teams. The only really surprising thing about the discussion is the discovery that Algona ranks sixth out of eight in the conference in average daily high school attendance in 1959. A great many Algonans were undoubtedly under the impression that Algona was one of the schools with larger attendance in the conference. Such is not the case. Here is the breakdown of average daily attendance for 1959 in the conference high high schools: Webster City, 681 (3-year-class); Clear Lake, 429; Iowa Falls, 423; Humboldt, 418; Eagle Grove, 411; Algona, 355; Clarion, 319; Hampton, 298. The Webster City total includes only sophomores, juniors and seniors. The rest include all four school classes. It must be granted that Webster City's enroljment far exceeds that of its conference opponents. And whereas Algona used to be the second largest school in the conference, it is now sixth in attendance. Yes, substituting someone else for Webster City would perhaps help the won and lost column, but there is np indication from any official source that such will happen, unless Webster City of its own accord should desire a change. * * * TRYING TO HELP THE ALCOHOLIC Sac City Sun — The alcoholic individual is suffering from a disease that is difficult to cure. It is an economic, a moral and a social problem which has never yet been solved. There are between 45,000 and 5b,000 alcoholics within the state of Iowa who are receiving no care whatsoever. It is estimated that at least five times this number are effected directly by this condition, most of whom are members of the imme- 'diate family. And the edst to the state of Iowa can never really be known what Mrs A, M. Anderson, Mrs Marion 1 recently celebrated her 94th the real total is. . , • Hennesy. and Mrs Wilbur Hold- birthday. Eight guests were with ,T ' -L-IJ^. ' ' ren, with the latter named as her. The group of nine has the JOfc SECURITY •-<- In tad 100 president for 1961. An article by average ago of 83, a total of 748 years since the founding, of the Xclda Reid, "Things to Remem- yca ,. s Republican party the GOP has ber for 1960" wns read by Miss . . .'. placed 14 candidates in the .White Bilsborough. House as against only four by the The next meeting will be Nov. Democrats. But Democratic Pre- 29 at the home of Miss Ila Bils- sidents have stayed in office Ion- borough, a Thanksgiving meet- get. The average length of ser- j ng wit h n Thanksgiving lunch- vice or the 14 Republican Presi- con LOWEST PRICES INTENYEAKS! dents has been approximately Polll>w i nB (he Nov. 15 meeting n half years. Dem6cralic flnd busim , S8i ,- lImmy W . H p | nyc d - havb average, nine w| , h pr|z(<s gomR ((J Mrs Hjju . bach and Mrs Johnson. I'OSI Presidents vcars. Last spring TALL CORN the . Vocational TOUGH ASSIGNMENT — On Jan. 6 Congress will meet in joint session^ and count electoral votes to determine officially the Agriculture class of English Val- identity of the new President. It leys high school planted a nurn- will, of course, be Kennedy. Two ber of varieties of cbrn, in ex- senators and two representatives perimenlal plots. Among the will count the votes of the varieties of corn was some aeed Electoral College. The man of Mexican corn. Without further whose voice will announce the cultivation after planting, these winner will' be that of the man stalks grew to a height of IB who lost the election, Vice Pro- feet. The cars were 14 feet front sidenl Nixon. The Constitution the ground, provides that the Vice President handle years. this chore every four 94TH Mrs Mary Minard of Clarincla ADDING MACHINES Prcciaion-built Victor Champions... 10 key or full keyboard ns low na -~m -~m p!u1 • 18 new models. '" • New streamlined case. e Electrlcmodolsaslowas$171.00. UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA "Trouble • I never know whether they'ra wr playing I* Washington * * A Weekly Report from thflVation't Cmpital &y Jbjr F< Mrs Holdren To Be '61 President Townsend Club The Wilbur Holdrens were hosts to the Algona Townsend Club, Nov. 15. Election of officers was held, with Mrs Helen Johnson and Mrs William Carney as tellers. Elected to the council were ct Haubach, Ilia Bilsborough, Mrs William Carney. Mrs Rose as are the above figures. So it Hanson. Mrs Ted Fisher Mr and Professional Directory i ighlights You Can Address Questions To Him At BOX 66 KALISPELL, MONTANA Under 21 MOMENTOUS DECISIONS — that was spent by the,two par- More than 33,000,000 Americans IJ L . S . Many contributions at the supported Sen. John F. Kennedy ] oca i \ cvc \ arc no t required by in his race for the Presidency. ,.. w tf) b(? Disclosed to Congress But he will be the loneliest man in the world when he takes over the reins of Government on Jan. 20. True, he will be surrounded by expert advisers. But all the big decisions will be his to make. The task facing the new President is awesome. On his shoulders rests the responsibility for trying to maintain peace in the • world. One wrong move and the entire globe could be enflamed in a nuclear war. Fortunately, American voters had the choice Dear Dan: One of my classes in high school is taught by a meek, of selecting either of two able non-aggressive, rather shy male teacher. There are several girl and intelligent men each of students in this class who show a considerable amount of disrespect whom was well qualified to lead by talking out loud, laughing loudly, talking back, mimicking and the country in these critical, degrading this man in front of the entire class. It makes me feel times. We 'believe we can take about two inches high just to be in the room while all this is going INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs ITospitalization Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail Personal Claim Service 2 E. State - CY 4-4529 Chiropractor I Dr. D.' D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Siirety Bonds — All Lines * of Insurance 206 East State St. Phone CY 4-3176 \ column for U'i'ii- By Don Holligon BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone CY 4-2735 The new National administration"rac«;yery «• --•-,,.,.,. -...-. .,,*. ~~, .- •••- -;v • •-••heavy -and somewhat critical- responsibilities. '" ccmngior arrests,'crimes tomm.ttetj;.and other ncuvjr uiiw .awMit r . tnrmc i-*f /luulaeenoce w/hirh rO«nlt frnnVthi<; num- comfort in the fact that we will have able leadership under Mr on everyday. The teacher hasn't ever warned these girls. Since he hasn't, I'm Kennedy as we also would have sure they don't respect him and that's why they carry on as they do. — BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE N. Dodge St. . Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 had under Mr Nixon. NUMBERS GAME — Here's one to ponder over. Was the real Still, he is a human being and deserves as much respect and cotv t'ideratiun as anyone else. Can you offer some advice? — Two Inches High. Dear High: If the situation is as bad as you say, your principal eventually will hear of it and if he's in charge of the school, he'll There has not often been a time when war Was pvaded when we were as close to war as we have been in recent years and at this time. We can't be assured of peace in our country as long as one-half of our federal taxes are needed for our defense. The new administration is going to need the good will and the co-operation from all of us. Let's get together and boost for the new team. Upper PCS (jEoincB 1L1 E. Call Street—Ph. CY 4-3535—Algona, Iowa Entered as second class matter at the postoffice ••t Algona, Iowa, under Act o( CongreM "f March 3. 1879. Issued Tuesday in 1960 By THE UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising Mgr. GEQ. M. SMITH, Foreman NATIONAL EDITORIAL forms of lawlessness, which result fronvthis number of alcoholics, amounts to more than twenty five million dollars each »year in Iowa alone. These are facts known to those who care. More than 100 people most of whom are members of the Governor's Commission on Alcoholism in Iowa gathered at the state capital building to discuss what should be done about this important matter. The delegates represented practically every walk of life, including numerous boards on the state level, organizations and individuals who are interested. The Governor introduced the subject and declared that doctors and peace officials regard it as one of the major problems which confront the state in maintaining law and order. Various plans were suggested and numerous suggestions were made, and it is possible that from this discussion, some action will be taken. It is likely that a committee will be named to draw up recommendations which will be presented to the Legislature for action when it convenes next year. Everyone agrees that something should be done to help these unfortunates who are suffering from this disease which has them in its grip. The time has come to cease shunning the alcoholic, and instead to offer him a helping hand. It is hoped that this Commission will accomplish .its goal. *' * * Secy, of Agriculture Benson, kept pretty wejl in the background and even out of the country in pre-election days, bounced right back into the news Wednesday. He said "support for than Nixon? Since 1916 every victorious Presidential candidate of these girls, they're the ones who are acually suffering. They're not nearly as smart as they think and certainly won't ever be accused of being ladies. Maybe if this letter is drawn to , , , . * 1 • L> • 1 *-Vtl tj^ CIV-U Ui3*-l.l Wl Ul,lll£ 1«U»*-LJ. A1AQJ U\. ii I.4IJ had more letters in his family ,. leachei .- s attention, he'll take some action, name than his opponent s. Hard- ; * * * * ing, for example, defeated Cox. Daar Dan: I've known this boy all through high school and have Coolidge won over Davis. Then a ' iWays i nlc i a mac i cru sh on him. The trouble is that he's going steady Hoover beat Smith. Roosevelt dc- v/ jth'my best friend and I really don't think she cares for him as i'cated Hoover, Landon, Willkic much as she pretends. I think the only reason she's going out with and Dewcy. Along came Truman him is in hopes of getting married so she can get away from home. and he whipped Dewey. And At times this boy seems very interested in me and I'd like to Eisenhower twice won out over know if you can give me any pointers on winning him. — H.P. Stevenson. Finally, Kennedy cle- • Dear H. P.: Let's hope this boy is only dating the girl because Phone CY 4-3351 Don Stark, Mgr. feated Nixon. If this follows in he likes .her and isn't considering marriage. Your friend must be KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. '• Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham. Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household H'tods, and Many Other Forrn Phone CY 4-3733 Ted S. Herbsl Farm Bureau Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. Stale St. Hours: 9:00 — 6:00 thru Sat 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Hos. CY 4-34B1 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE. M. D. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St Office phone CY 4-2349 Resident phone C? 4-2277 jTN. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614 CAROL L. PLOTT. M.D. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4HG4 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence 19fi4, and if Gov. Nelson Rocke- pretty desperate to leave home if that's her only reason for dating feller of New York is the Rcpub- him and it just may not be. It could be that she does like him and lican nominee, he could be the that you're a little jealous. Regardless of what the facts are, they are going steady and about all you can do is wait on the sidelines and hope for the best. As long as you continue being extra friendly to the boy and always have a smile for him, he'll at least consider you as a special girl and may odds on favorite with 11 letters in his last name. HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing , /. State Farm Ins. Co. 706 So. Phillips St. ilgona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL STOP THE PRESSES — will never be necessary, of com- eventually get your message. se, but the new chief executive and his First Lady could put out a newsp if they Dear Teen-Agers: Many of you have been asking me in the past week or so exactly what a steady would like as a Christmas present. ,| VIM •! TT V> VtTIV Ul ^1U CAClUlly WlUtl d al^llUV WVJUJk.1 111\ *J US U \_/111 lo n 1 I (.10 IJ I \-o V, I I t., m . :.wspapcr ui the White House.. w „ fj t f „ * rcmcmbci . ^re only a junioi . O1 . a scn ' lor and Ihe icy SO Chose. Both President- vrm ,' „ , fin;inr , i:lllv inr)( , 'rlr.nt K^ n vm.p nrPsonts at. SS.OO or Bult ' IOWd elect, Kennedy and his attractive j g wife, the former Jacqueline Bou- you're not financially independent. Keep your presents at $5.00 or DALE W. LOCKWOOD Representative The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of United States Phone 201 JOSEPH M. ROONEY . Physician & Surgeon i.; 114 N. Moore .Office phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232 You teen-agers who are out of school ma-y want to spend more vier, have had professional news- than $5 Q0 Qn you( . gjrl friencls and boy f,-i en d s but just because you paper experience. Kennedy have gl . a d ua ted. that doesn't mean you have to buy something as worked for International News expens j ve as a wristwalch. Service after World War II, cov- : O ne of the most practical and personal gifts of all for any boy ering such major stories as the or g j r j (o ret . e i v e is a portrait. Servicemen will especially appreciate organizational meeting of the this gift. Girls can also consider wallets, tie and cuff links sets, United Nations, the Labor glove, I.D. braclets and other such gifts which can be found in any Party's victory in England, and rne n's clothing store. the historic Potsdam Conference. j n place of a portrait of himself, a boy can give his steady And. as is well ki\own, he won cologne, and I.D. braclet, a music box, costume jewelry, a scarf and NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. the Nixon-Lodge ticket in the farm belt indicated the Pulitizer Prize for /his book mitten set for cold weather areas and other presents of that type American farmers can only favor the principles i "Profiles in Courage." Mrs Ken- usually found in a department store or a ladies shop. of the present administration." 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That's so they don't get a knife slipped in their bock during the greeting. — Sheldon Mail. * * * If you have a post office box, you may hove noticed that you can turn the combination dial and unlock the bov with your eyes shut, but did you ever try to tell someone else how to unlock it? — Lake City Grgphic, IF THE GIRL SAID "YES"... Chance* Are You Were Persfettnt, That's Tha Way It Is With Cutl«nitr». They Mb*. T* |e Courted - To 0e Invited 10 Your P|<Ht Of Bmliifsf, And There Is No Easier, More Acceptable, And More Economical Way To Do M, With Prestige, Than In Your Local Area Newspaper. UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. 111 E. Call St. Algona, Iowa Iff CQOP IV5INIS5 TO A COSTLY BUSINESS — The Nov. U elections cost Di'iuowats and Republicans at least $11 mil- lii<n. The Republican National Committee collected $6,H15,754 and spent $5,042,627 und tlio Demot-rat it 1 Cunimittee took in $4,279,655 and spent $4,206,810. 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