Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 5, 1973 · Page 7
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Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, January 5, 1973
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RELAX AND READ THE WANT ADS AILY NEWS Help WwfriWUtf Farm 7 For Sole 10 Lost And Found 16 63 FRIDAY, p » JAN. 5, 1973 ra 8 e ' 1 or 2 days 10c per word Three days 13c per word Four days 16c per word Five days 19c per word Each added day ... 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are for consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. Bookkeeping charge of 50c for credit. $1 service charge if replies are taken by Daily News office. Display: 1 day per inch $1.50; each additional day, per inch $1.25; minimum display 2 inches. Classified ad users should check their advertisements the first issue they appear, and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first issue. Babysitter to live in. 859-3694. 61 -5X -2 Jobs Wanted Need your driveways' plowed, call 362-3459. John Deere Snowmobile Headquarters. Sales and Service. Snowmobile Trailers, clothing and accessories. Now on display. J.D. WEBB, IMPL. 63-1-7 62 -5X -3 JOB WANTED: Need work driving straight truck. Licensed, age 21. Call Rod Gaghercole, 362-2503. 63-5-3 Personal Entertainment 1 Gay Paree Ball Room (Formerly Hands Park) Saturday, Jan. 6th HOBO'S Country Western & Old Time Sunday, Jan. 7th BATTLE of BANDS JACK SCHULTZ JOE SCHULTZ 62-2-1 DANCE TO Eddie Miller Band Sat., Jan. 6,1973 No Cover Charge Kitchen Open 6-12:30 ORDER FROM MENU Your choice of 5 Kinds of Steak, plus Lobsters, Shrimp, Frog Legs, Chicken and Hamburger. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS V.F.W. POST 3388 Estherville, Iowa 63-1-1 Help |U M _A . J Male andO wranrea Female * TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs good person over 40 for short trips surrounding Estherville. Contact customers. We train. Air mail B. H. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. 61-4-2 HELP WANTED: Check-out person. Write Box 57KB In care of Estherville Daily News giving sales experience. 61-3-2 Student wanted for waitress or water work 5:30 a.m.-8 a.m. Mon. thru Friday. 5:30 a.m.-l p.m. Saturday. Apply in person mornings at Stafford's Hamburger Shop. 60-4-2 Couple to assist with monument sales. 3 Bedroom Home can be included in fob arrangement. Call 362-5576 63-2-2 Large National manufacturer now hiring in Estherville, man or woman willing to work, to replace one who wouldn't. Sales and service. Steady work-, better than average income including bonus, pension, hospitalization, stock purchase and life insurance when you qualify. For complete information write: Post Office Box 431, Spencer, Iowa 51301 to arrange for interview. An equal opportunity employer. 63-1-2 Our sincere thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives for gifts, visits, cards and kindnesses during Einer's stay at Holy Family Hospital and Sioux Valley Hospital and since his return home. Also our thanks to Dr. Dawson and Dr. Montgomery and the hospital employees. Einer & Mary Jo Jensen 63-1-4 For Rent FOR RENT: 362-4386. 3 bedroom house. 61-3x-5 FOR RENT: Basement apartment completely furnished. Cooking facilities, private entrance. Single working person perferred. 362-2360. 61-3-5 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment Jan. 1st. One or two adults. First floor, close in. 362-4335 or 362-2466. 61-2-5 FOR RENT: Nice 3 bedroom home. $125.00 per month. Starting Jan. 15th. Near hospital. RID OUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph. 2-4723 2-2494 2-3137 2-4820 2-5274 60-4-5 USED TRACTORS IH 1206 D w-cab and heater IH 806 D w-wide frt. IH 706 D E'VILLE IMPL. CO., INC. 63-1-7 FOR SALE: 30 black & Hereford cows. Home for Charolois Bull for six months. 867-2080, Dale Young. 63-3x-7 FOR SALE: 60-Feeder pigs about 50 pounds. Kenneth Haisman 3622048. 1 62-3x-7 FOR SALE: Schwartz hydraulic front end loader with universal mountings; 80" snow bucket and 42" material bucket. Set of tractor chains - fit 16.9 x 34 or 15.5 x 38. Excellent condition. 865-2152 Dolliver. 58-5x-7 Straw for sale: Duane Soucek, Alpha, 2643 Call after 5. 61 -5X -7 FOR SALE: 80 feeder pigs, 30 lbs. Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake, 336-2659. 57-7-7 FOR SALE: 1800 bales alfalfa hay inside. 336-2659 — Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake. 57-7-7 Real Estate 8 FOR RENT: Nice house at edge of Call 362-5576. FOR RENT: Apartment, partly furnished. Skyline Motel. 3629026. 24-tf-5 FOR RENT: Downtown unfurnished apartment Call 362-2295. 60-4-5 FOR RENT: Nice 5 room apartment in downtown Estherville. Available Jan. 15. Phone 3625489 or 336-1229. 62-tf-5 Hotices INCOME TAX PREPARATION. Personal $5 and up; farm, business. Day and evening appointments, Dean Higgins, Acct, Call 362-5277. 57-tf-6 Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 BEAUTIFUL 1973 IOWA ENGAGEMENT CALENDARS with breath-taking Full color Pictures from the Iowan Magazine. $2.00 Available at DAILY NEWS 61-tf-6 JANUARY Clearance Sale Monday & Tuesday Jan. 8th & 9th FREE CoH»« C Cooklas Register for Door Prix* FABRICS t VINYLS REDUCED 3 Pillowed ft Plain Fool Stools for Sal*. Also Cotton, Dacron Foam Rubber, Springs and Buttons mad* for Seomtreti. Krenn's Upholstery 409 South 15th Phone 362-3866 63-2-6 FIRST TIME OFFERED This smart and roomy, Cape Cod style home is a real beauty. You'll see 2 wood-burning fireplaces; a 25%' LR with new, plush carpet. Fully finished basement rec-room. 2% baths. 3 bedroom 3 big BRs and a den (or 4th BR). Estherville. There's so much more to see in this stylish, north Estherville 60-3-5 home, you should call us today! TIMMINS AGENCY Office Phone: 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 2-4783 63-3-8 NEW LISTING 2 bedroom home. North location. Priced under $17,000. Finished basement apartment. Immediate possession. CLAIR CLARK REAL ESTATE 1737 Central Ave. 362-4844 61-3-8 TAKE A LOOK Has carpeted living room, dining room, 3 bedrooms. Spacious family room, large kitchen, many closets and built-ins, garage, north location, priced in the teens. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 2-2123 Vernon Clark Res. 2-2346 G. Tostenson H. Croner 60-3-8 NEW LISTING Two bedroom, living'room, din- ingroom, kitchen, bath and garage. North Sixth Street Close in. Priced to sell. $8,750. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph. 2-4723 2-2494 2-3137 2-4820 2-5274 60-4-8 Newer large 3 bedroon home. Located on extra large lot. 3rd bedroom is large upstairs dorm type. Kitchen with loads of birch cupboards and good size eating area. Large carpeted living room. Exceptionally nice and dry rec. room in basement. This house has had excellent care and reasonably priced. Contact Tex for more details. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eves. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 61-3-8 FHA — G.L LOANS You pick the home, we arrange the loan: G.L Nothing down, long term. FHA — $100.00 down, long term. CONVENTIONAL — 5per­ cent down long term. There is plenty of money available. Let us help you start the New Year right with a home of your own. Call today. BAKER REAL ESTATE Office 362-3230 2-2763 2-4414 2-3862 2-3490 61-3-8 HALL'S DECORATING CENTER 17 N. 6th St 362-4664 Protect your carpet from winter dirt & mud get a self griping, clear, vinyl carpet runner. Don't forget our Craft Cellar 63-3-10 NEW Books For Winter Reading "THE HIDING PLACE" by Corrie ten Boom "TWO FROM GALILEE" by Marjorie Holmer "COOL IT OR LOSE IT" by Dale Evans "THE THIRD DIMENSION" by Rex Humbard GOSPEL BOOK STORE 63-1-10 CHRETENSEN'S storewlde January clearance sale. Savings from 20 percent to 50 percent in all departments. Shop now and save. CHRETENSEN'S 63-1-10 FOR SALE: Natural gas 3 room heater. 30,000 BTU. Excellent condition. Phone 362-4743. 63-2-10 BIG SAVINGS NOW at McCLEARY'S Winter Clearance Sale Save 40 percent to 60 percent and more McCLEARY'S 63-1-10 Geese for Sale: Live or Dressed. Call David Synder 362-5682 or 362-4939. 61 -3X -10 FOR SALE: 1972 Ford Custom Pick-up. 903 N. 14th St. afternoons. 61-3x-10 8 Track Stereo Tapes, top artists. 100 per cent Guaranteed. $3.99. GAMBLES in Estherville 17-tf-10 FOR SALE: Washer and Dryer, excellent condition. Curtains, man and woman's bowling balls. 1309 Central. 61-3x-10 FOR SALE: 362-5676. 8 ft. toboggan. Phone 60-5x-10 FOR SALE: Fender Bassman amplifier and Fender precision Bass guitar. 262-7108 Spencer. 59-5x-10 WANT COPIES IN A HURRY? Get 8 1/2 x 11 or 11 x 17 inch copies at the Daily News. 1st Size Copy 8% x 11 25c x 11 11 x 17 50c Add Copies 20c 35c AILY Automotive NEWS 63-1-10 11 FOR SALE: 2 Used G78xl5 Pathfinder Snowtires. BL, w-stud. All position tires. Like new Tread only $15.00 each. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 63-1-11 BRADSHAW & SHORT INC. BUICK & CHEVROLET FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS 362-2657. 246-tf-ll FOR SALE; 2 ONLY 8.75x14 white wall Remington studded snow- tires. Premium grade. $65.00for pr. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 62-2-11 Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Complete electric wiring and repair. Industrial, residential, farming and institutional. Phone 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 63-1-12 We're experts in modern wiring methods. Call us for a free checkup and rewiring estimate. MEYER ELECTRIC CO., INC. 62-2-12 Lost Aid found 16 Lost a pair of brown glasses. REWARD. On Central Ave. downtown. Call 632-4446. 62-2x-16 Sporting Goods 18 New snowmobiles for the BEST DEAL in town see Firestone. Just arrived 2 NEW SST Super Sports models. FIRESTONE 2-3557 63-1-18 FOR SALE: Snowmobile 1972 Po- loris. Good condition, $625.00. 362-5569. $625.00. 61-5-18 Wont To Buy 20 Wanted 1963 or 64 Chev. Impla, 2 dr. hardtop in reasonable condition. With or without engine. 362-5471. 61-3x-20 WANT TO BUY: Used belt exerciser vibrator. In good condition, must have good motor. 3622427. 62-2-20 Mobile Homes 24 Just arrived 2 NEW 14' x 70' 3 bedroom mobile homes. Burrell Oil Co., Inc., 362-4238 or 362-5545. 59-10-24 Special End of Year Sale: No down payment 1972 models. Only 2 left. 1 -New 1972 Riviera 14' x 65' 2 bedroom, front living- room. Big Discount. 1 — New 1972 Star 12' x 64' 2 bedroom, front den. A good bargain now. Burrell Oil Co., Inc., 362-4238 or 362-5545. 59-10-24 Beauty Aids 26 Lose weight safely & fast with X-ll Diet Plan $3.00. Reduce Excess Fluids with X-Pel $3.00. Money Back Guarantee. Estherville Drug. Farm FOR SALE: 40 feeder pigs, 40 to 45 lbs. 336-2659, Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake. 57-7-7 Who Does It Why not let us be your "press agent?" CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 63-1-9 Formica countertops and cabinets. Phone 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 49-tf-9 LOST: 7 month old Norwegian Elk Hound Jan. 3rd in snowstorm. Answers to name of Petra. John Vaubel, 362-2750. 63-2-16 LOST AND FOUND Crisis and Referral Center Inc. Estherville, Iowa 7 Days a Week— 8p.m. to 2 a.m. Free and Confidential '' Problems Carry No Age Lim it'' Call 362-5897 For Someone Who Cares and Listens 17-tf-16 Pet & Supply 30 Will give away cat to good home. Phone 362-2848. 63-2x-30 Ringsted Wisemans Entertain Daughter Joleen Wiseman of St. James, Minn., spent several days at the parental Dwight Wiseman home. She went to Clovis, N.M., to visit her sister, Mrs. James Rosenberg, and family. Dwight Wiseman was a holiday guest of his sister, Mrs. Arthur White, at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanftner and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Wiskus and family of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer and family were recent guests at the parental William Wiskus home at Bancroft. The Wiskuses were to have a farm sale Wednesday and planned to move to Algona. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Don Hungate were Mrs. Hungate's mother, Mrs. Tillie Steinman of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Salisbury of Waukee, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Steinman of Maryville, Mo., and Sheri Cornelius of Armstrong. Julie Hungate was home for the holidays from Iowa State University where she is a senior in home economics and nutrition. Bill Cronk of Spencer visited at the parental Burton Cronk home. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Underwood and Darien of Brookings, S.D., are guests in the parental Robert Reed home here and the parental Derel Underwood home at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen of Fenton visited at the home of his brother, Irvin Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hewett, Mark and Matthew, visited at the parental T. G. Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fliehler were guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Don Peterson, at Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krus entertained for New Year's Day dinner Lela Boyer of Forest Lake, Minn., Lowell Fessler of Fenton, Colleen Kruse of Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lee and girls, Mrs. Elmer Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moffitt and grandchildren, all of Estherville. Armstrong William Mitchells Vacation in Indiana Mr. and Mrs. William B. Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and family spent the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitchell of Goshen, Ind. The William Mitchells will continue on to Florida to spend the winter months. Holiday guests in the Henry Irmiter home were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pfegghaar and family, Marge Irmiter, and George Longacre of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, Waterloo; Kathy Irmiter, Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Irmiter and family, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Irmiter and family, Richard and Larry Irmiter. Pat, Debbie, Kevin and Bonnie Guerdet of Willow Lake, S.D., are guests in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet and with Dennis and Dwight Guerdet families of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth were honored Saturday evening at their home on their 37th wedding anniversary. Those present were Mrs. Bernita VanDer- werf, Dean, Kevin, and Lyle of Sleepy Eye, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Cummins and Terri, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dickman and Joyce, of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis of Dunnell, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Norval Gochanour and Gwen, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hennemen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElwee and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fothergill. The Clifford Steinbergers were recent guests at the Gerald Steinberger home, Blue Earth. The Rev. and Mrs. Travis Cannaday and John visited with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Carina day in Sioux City. Holiday guests of the Lester Halversons were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Halverson of North Mankato, Mrs. Clara Lynch of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Denis Foster of Lone Tree, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tirevold and Mrs. Alma Halverson. Albert Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Valdon Eckholm were holiday guests at the Leo Walders home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bradley of Sioux City and Mrs. Art Bradley and Michelle were recent guests at the home of Mrs. Mildred Bradley. Houseguests at the Hill is Duitsman home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kliegl of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Duitsman of Gruver, Carlene Levers of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Duitsman and sons of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rose and family of Fairmont, Minn., William and Dick Duitsman of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gettler and son and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duitsman and son, of Waverly. Guests at the Delbert Hardecopf home were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gr us sing and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jessen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richmond and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nuebel and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Jongberg joined Mrs. Mary Johnson of Swea City for a family dinner at the Arthur Johnson home of rural Swea City. Barbara Clark spent the holidays with her grandparents at Apache Junction, Ariz. The Carl Anderson family were entertained Sunday at the Ron Graettinger home at Graettinger. Navy Seaman Stephen L. Clabaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin F. Clabaugh of Dolliver graduated recently from recruit training at the Naval Training Center at the Great Lakes. Mrs. Harriet Rovn spent the holidays at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. O. Oviatt and family at Magnolia. William Paris of the Rowley Masonic Memorial Home in Perry spent the holidays with his daughter, Mrs. Lyle England at Fenton and with his daughter, Mrs. Arnold Cheever. Holiday guests at the home of Mrs. Berneta Theesfield and son, Dennis were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miles and family of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cassem, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Grabinoski and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Grabinoski and Lorae. LeRoy Cheever was honored on his 6th birthday at the Arnold Cheever home by his parents, the Clarence Cheevers. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kinnander and family and Clarence Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blietz and sons of Marietta, Ga., left after a visit in the parental Arthur Cassem home. Holiday guests at the Dick Boyken home were Mr. and Mrs. Donavon Parker of Northfield, Minn., and Barbara Redhead of Rochester, Minn. The Douglas Whitesells entertained Mr. and Mrs. Howard Woolery and Wendy of Everly, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pierce, Roberta King, and Mr. and Mrs. John Whitesell. Mrs. Emme Gran entertained family members recently in her home. Those present were Mrs. Anna Stoner of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gram of Maple Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Ormel Guinn and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kesler and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kesler and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Simon of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris and Deanne Johnson of Denison, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gram of Welcome, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Barton Evans and family of Estherville, Andrew Gram, Mr. and Mrs. Karnes Feeley and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gram, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gram and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gram of Swea City. The Arden Jongbergs entertained Dr. Roy Turner, Scott and Marlene and Mr. and Mrs. James Pfeil and Heidi. Mrs. Inez Lytle of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lytle recently visited at the Elmer Schaefer home. Holiday guests at the Raymond Picht home were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Miller of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Spahl and Lorna of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Elward Picht, Robyn, Randy and Ricky. Holiday guests in the Russell Frick home were Dwight Frick and Nancy, Candy and Penny McKerman of Darlington, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fries, Mike, and Lois and Mrs. Hana Nissen of Graettinger, Eileen and Ranae Peter and Don Sidles of Wallingford, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nissen, Jim, John, and Jerry of Terril.' The Orville Maynes entertained Joe Trenary of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trenary and family of Hampton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne. Saturday supper guests at the Willis Teeter home in Fairmont, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pape, Kim and Kevin and Mrs. Libbie Hakeman. Holiday guests in the Ted Kaminski home were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Whitehead of Winnebago, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. James Whitehead and Jamy of Easton, Minn. Nellie Kaminski and Mr. and Mrs. Lietje, Sheri, John and Mark of Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barrett of Wallingford. Cattle Are Up Today; Hogs Down 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $4.04 Feb. Corn $1.31 Jan. Corn $1.31 Oats 80c CATTLE (By John Morrell & Company) Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable $39.50-^40.00 Choice Steers .... $39.00-$39.50 Good Steers $36.00-$37.00 Prime Heifers Quotable $38.25-$38.75 Choice Heifers .. $35.75-$38.00 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $30.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $31.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs .... $31.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $30.00 Sows $25.00 (—Quotations STOCK MARKET . . . FROM FIRST CALIFORNIA COMPANY 113 N. 6, ESTHERVILLE 10:30 A.M. AVERAGES REPRESENTATIVE STOCKS AT&T 53% American Motors 8% Chrysler 42% Firestone 25% Ford ....79% Gamble Skog 35 General Motors 82 1 /4 Goodyear 30% Int. Funeral 5% Iowa Beef Packers 34% IEL&P 18% IP&L 24% MMM 85 3 /4 Martin-Marietta 19% Mobil Oil 74% North. Nat. Gas 42% J. C. Penney 93% Pepsi Co 85% Rexall Drug 47% Sears 117% Texaco 39 United Brands 11% U. S. Steel 32% White Motor 15% Winnebago 24% OVER THE COUNTER Artsway 16%-17 Cont. Western Inc. .. 11%-12% General Growth 22%-23% Huck Finn 9-9% mini Beef 6-6% Kayot 8%-9 Life Invest 26%-27% Minerals Tech 7-9 Olix 2%-2% Payless Cashway .... 37%-38V2 Pennzoil Off. Gas 8%-9% Spencer Foods 7%-8% Truck-O-Matic 7%-7% Dow Jones Avgs., up, 7.90 Transportation, off, .70 Utilities, off, .03 Volume, 7,160,000 The first signs of measles infection are cold-like symptoms; running nose; red, watery eyes; harsh cough; sore throat. Then, in about four days, a blotchy red rash appears and on or near the first day of rash, fever often shoots up to 104 degrees. According to the National Geographic Society, gum chewing is an ancient habit. Thousands of years ago Greeks, Mayans, Arabians and Africans chewed natural gums. Greek women hopefully cleaned their teeth and sweetened their breath masticating a tree bark resin they called mastiche. 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