Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on February 10, 1972 · Page 6
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ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS., FEB. 10,1972 Page 5 Hospitality City 'Great hospitality" was expressed by overnight guests during the Estherville Winter Sports Festival weekend when many local residences opened up their homes to house the Old Gold Singers and college skiers. As one Wisconsin skier commented, "The friendliness of Estherville, in taking all of us into your homes, is the greatest we've ever known." In addition to local homes, the city of Estherville opened the auditorium of the city hall up for about 20 skiers who arrived late. Local persons responding to calls for housing included: Mrs. Don Hoye, Mrs. Leo Lenz, Mrs. Hugh Greig, Mrs. Bill Bennett, Mrs. H. C. Birchenbriter, Mrs. Leonard Anderson, Mrs. Harold Sawyer, Mrs. Leroy Merriott, Mrs. D. L. McAdams, Mrs. Bill Croudy, Mrs. Claude Timmins, Mrs. Russell Cox and Mrs. Rodney Brink. Mrs. Harold Shugart, Mrs. Richard Pentland, Mrs. Francis Shadle, Mrs. Ron mum NEWS Riedemann, Mrs. Cliff Hunt, Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf, Mrs. Richard Blacker, Mrs. Lyle Klinger, Mrs. Leo Fitzgibbons, Mrs. A. L Reed, Mrs. LeRoy Slingerland, Mrs. A. M. Guergens, and Tom Furgeson. Mrs. Bill Hell, Mrs. Wayne Hess, Mrs. Dick Sidles, Mrs. Tom Davies.Mrs. Harvey Lundy, Mrs. Jack Kruse, Mrs. Don Thornburg, Mrs. D. E. Wolters, Mrs. Francis Fitzgibbons, Delbert Bauman, Mrs. Carl Linster, Mrs. Doug Campbell, Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Mrs. Bob Hammond, Mrs. Carl Rosenau, Mrs. W. E. Coon, Mrs. 0. L. Burkgren, Mrs. George Dawson, Mrs. Jerry Stockdale, Mrs. Earl Van Driel, and Mrs. Dave Fitzgibbons. Letters to the Editor Old Golders Thank You Editor: Please include the following letter in your letters to the editor column of the Estherville Daily News sometime in the near future: To the People of Estherville: We want to express our deepest thanks to everyone in Estherville for a perfect weekend during the Estherville Win­ ter Sports Festival. Our stay there was one of the most enjoyable we have ever known. Our special thanks to Dr. and Mrs. Powers for arranging our concert and housing for the weekend, to DonSievers for letting us ski at Holiday Mountain, and to Jim Ricke and his friends for taking us snowmobiling. Our trip to Estherville will be one of the highlights of our year for everyone. We've never had such a great time and met such wonderful people. We hope our performance Saturday night helped to pay back your generosity. Estherville is truly "the Friendly City," and we will always be thankful that we got to be part of the Estherville Winter Sports Festival. Our Best to You All, THE OLD GOLD SINGERS Foskey Family Thanks You Dear Sir; From Dubbo in New South Wales, Australia, come greetings and warm feelings to the citizens of Estherville from the parents of Roslyn Foskey who has just returned to her homeland after the experience of her lifetime whilst living for the whole of 1971 in your friendly neighbor­ hood as a Rotary Exchange Student. How can we thank all the Estherville residents for their generosity and openheartedness which made Roslyn's stay so rewarding. We hope some of you can make it to Australia some time and perhaps join a BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , Today is Thursday, Feb. 10, the 41st day of 1972; There are 325 days left rill the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1763, France ceded Canada to England as the Treaty of Paris was signed, ending the French and Indian War. On this date: In 1828, the South American revolutionary, Simon Bolivar, became ruler of Colombia. In 1840, England's Queen Victoria married Prince Albert. In 1846, members of the Mormon Church began an exodus west from Nauvoo, 111. In 1939, Pope Pius XI died. In 1942, during World War n, production of cars for civilians was halted in the United States. Ten years ago: It was disclosed that the Soviets had released the U2 reconnaissance pilot, Francis Gary Powers, in exchange for the U.S. release of the Soviet spy, Co. Rudolf Abel. Five years ago: The 25th Amendment dealing with presidential disability and succession became part of the U.S. Constitution as Nevada.became the 38th state to ratify. One year ago: Cambodia's head of state, Lon Nol, suffered a stroke and was reported partly paralyzed. AILY NEWS Published by the Estherville Daily News, Division of Mid-America Publishing Corp., 10 N. 7th St., Estherville, Iowa 51334. Subscription rates: City of Estherville, Armstrong, Ringsted, T e r r i 1, Graettlnger and Superior, delivered by carrier, 60 cents per week; $7.80 for 3 months, $15.60 for 6 months, $29.70 year. By mail in Emmet and bordering counties: $14.00 year, Zones 1-8, $19.50 year. Fred E. Williams, Publisher; Stan Brotherton, Managing Editor; Richard Myers, Advertising Director; Gladys Streiff, Business Manager; Donald Stoffel, Production Manager; Randy Shierk, Shopper Manager. Member of Associated Press, Iowa Daily Press Association, Iowa Press Association. Photos submitted to this newspaper will not be returned by mail. However, they may be picked up at the Daily News Office. ARCHIE NOW, TO STARX^ OUR MEETING, LET'S ALL JOIN HANDS ANDTORNl OUT THE LIGHTS/ | Photo Album...of the Past... "Jolly Swagman" tour which comes through Dubbo which is in the western part of the State of New South Wales, amongst the irrigation crops as well as wool, sheep and wheat. We are sure that Iowans will find that they will be offered the same hospitality and warm acceptance in our district as Roslyn has received from you in Iowa. May International friendship and understanding ever expand and extend through exchanges similar to that of Roslyn. Yours sincerely, Helene & Neville Foskey parents of Roslyn. P.S. We have been so impressed with the kindness of Estherville people we would very much appreciate it if this let-ter could .'be published' in your paper. Incidentally our local newspaper in Dubbo is the "DAjJLY LIBERAL." Helene yiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu An independent newspaper published § "Monday through Friday," except prin- 5 cipal holidays, excluding February 22 and | Veterans Day. Second class postage paid I at Estherville, Iowa. | 1 ft! nillllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIMllllUMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIllI 1887 Advertising A look back to 1887, using persons and visual special dress and objects, at a "Carnival Bazaar," as a means of advertising. From the left, Minnie Carpenter Silge, dry goods; Eva Robinson Bradley, A. 0. Petersen Hardware, showing a large lock and hardware trinkets; Miss Sofa Petersen, Bank of Estherville, with fire and tornado insur­ ance ad painted on a triangular block; Lizzie Archer Root, Camel's Jewelry Store, with a stuffed camel on the stand and watches and jewelry on her dress; May Williams Doolittle, with shield and stars advertising the post office. The picture is furnished by the Emmet County Historical Society. 1 K-:S:SKSK55S8 By Hal Boyle Making Life Worth Living NEW YORK (AP) - Things that make life worth living: New belly laughs and old love songs. A cheering letter from home when rations are short, the top sergeant is in a bad mood, and the country you're in is far away and has a bad climate. Helping a baby learn to walk by letting it hold on to your fingers. The sun reflected back fromathousand- . windowed'' skyscraper, turning It into a .. tower ot dazzling light. Lying on a beach in August and feeling plucked at by tentacles of foam and surf. The taste of sardines and crackers when you're really starved. Listening to the woes of a millionaire and discovering it is really true that money alone can't always buy happiness. The thrill of being able to read all by yourself the story of Jack, the beanstalk and the giant. The joy of having the prettiest girl in the First Grade stick her tongue out at you during recess, but then relenting and letting you carry her books home after school let out. Carving her initials on a tree so deep in the woods that you are sure no one else will ever see it and guess your secret passion. When you go back years later, you find that the letters are undecipherable and the tree is only 25 feet from a main highway. RIP KIRBY As a small boy in the long black stocking era, rubbing mud all over your kneecap so that the hole you wore in the stocking playing marbles hopefully wouldn't be seen by your mother. Glumly learning"e *aW *nlife that you never get something for nothing— for example, that if a grownup gave you a glass of orange juice, it was only to get you to drink the castor oil mixed with it. The smell of ralnwet lilacs on an April morning. V • J . R Visiting your cousins in the country the small society and sleeping on a real old-fashioned feather bed. Feeling better after throwing up your first dinner of pig knuckles, sauerkraut and navy beans, The glory of finding out that a dog your father brought home likes you better that anyone else in the whole family. Wondering if God ever took a nap or had a full night' B sleep. It 1 B by such small things as these that our lives are greatly enriched. by Brickman MILLION'S OP NEW / How I KNoW WHAT THAT NE=W / Wo«h)»«l*n Otor Syndicate. Inc. ) King Fe»tur« Syndicate, Inc., 1972. World ifghti referred. 'You're not listening to a word I'm saying, Harold!" "Psst!'Happy wedding anniversary, Dad!" Esther Maid Grade A Dairy Products "I'^'Z.:

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