Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 28, 1972 · Page 4
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 4

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Friday, January 28, 1972
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, FBI, JAN. 28, 1972 P ^gC 4 Readying 'iJeddy' Shown with 'Redely Kilowatt' being constructed at the D.E.K. offices for the snow sculpturing contest is from left, Larry Anderson, Alan 'Spike'Johnson, Pauline Myers, and Connie Anderson. Who's Got the Button? Randall Shierk laboriously displays Winter Sports Festival button which is good for one dollar toward admission to the snowmobile races Sunday, Feb. 6. Shierk is co-chairman of button sales with Clair Houge. Tfce Scene Will Change This picture will change immensely next weekend when hundreds of skiers of all Governor's Cup, plus youngsters from six to 60 going for the many other awards ages will converge on Iowa's outstanding ski hill to compete for a host of trophies. offered Saturday and Sunday. Holiday Mountain will have college skiers from a wide area competing for the (Daily News photos by Chuck Ostheimer) Estherville Festiville Snow sculptures are beginning to appear, windows are beginning to be decorated, and Estherville in general is beginning to buzz with activities preparing for the fourth AnnualEstherville Winter Sports Festival Feb. 4-6. The numerous activities of the festival are designed to entertain from the youngest to the oldest, farthest to the closest, the competitor and the spectator. And, judging from festivals of the past three years and programs scheduled this year, Estherville will again be jumping with all. Events are slated to get underway Friday night with dances for both youngsters and adults, plus a basketball game, continue Saturday with skiing, ice skating, trapshooting and more entertainment, and wind up the first weekend Sunday with more skiing and snowmobile racing. Action this year also continues into the following weekend with the first All Iowa Sled Dog Races scheduled with entries from a number of clubs in the Northland planning to attend. A Competitor's Hopes Some of the more than 100 trophies which will be awarded during the Estherville Sports Festival. Project in Process Heidi Hoye is Pictured with part of a snow sculpture which the Hoyes plantoenter layout dictated by available time. Entry forms for sculpturing contest can still be in competition. The Hoye's sculpture will be a family project with complexity of the obtained from the Chamber of Commerce. P ^

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