Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 30, 1973 · Page 22
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January 30, 1973

Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 22

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ESTHERVILLE, IOWA, 51334, TUES., JAN. 30. 1973 Page 13 Winter Sports Festival Continues Expansion Estfaerville's Winter Sports Festival, looking forward to its fiftta consecutive year in 1973, has grown by leaps and bounds since the inauguaral event in 1969. With additon of toe Governor's Cup in skiing and Sled Dog races in 1972, the twin weekend festival now offers something for everyone regardless of age. And still another addition will be made to the growing festival this year when Hot Air Bal­ loon Competition will be held on Feb. 4 attheEstherville Airport, providing favorable weather conditions prevail. On tap again is the second annual Governor's skiing competition for college skiers, the Iowa Junior Ski Championships and the Iowa Senior Ski Championships. All totaled, there will be two full days of skiing at Holiday Mountain just south of the Estherville City Limits. Also scheduled for the second consecutive year is the second annual All-Iowa Sled Dog Championships for Feb. 10 and 11 with a guaranteed purse of $2,000. The races again will be sanctioned by the North Star Sled Dog Club and the International Sled Dog Racing Association, Inc. Local youths also get into the act with Mutt Races held at the same time. Always a highlight of the Sports Festival is the Many snow sculp- Coveted Governor's Cup for College Skiers THURS., FRI., SAT. 1st-2nd-3rd FLOWERS TO THE FIRST 30 LADIES EACH DAY OF OUR CELEBRATI0H OUR SHOW ROOM IS BLOOMIN' •FRESH FLOWER •GREEK PLANTS .NOVELTIES CENTERPIECES •CORSAGES •ARTIFICIAL PLANTS t FLOWERS f fy CDCPIAI I ESTHERVILLE WINTER $4 A A OlEwlMLl SPORTS FESTIVAL CORSAGE I 190 Valentine Creations 99 ON DISPLAY FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE 'Flowers ArenH Fattening J 4% FLOWER SHED 1521 CENTRAL - ESTHERVILLE PHONE 362-5818 —WE WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE— tures scattered throughout the city. In past years sculptures have been built featuring Disneyland, Sesame-Street, Dinosaurs, Noah's Ark, Paul Bunyan, Snoopy, plus several which have been connected to events held during the festival. Entertainment has always been tops for the festival. The Fifth Annual festival will feature Woody Herman and bis Herd in a concert while the outh will dance to 'Rural'. Also, Esther­ ville Bowling Association will bold a dance with the Floyd Warren Orchestra playing. Entertainment in the past has included Dave Major and the Minors, the Young Americans, Old Gold Singers, Spurrlows and New Christy Minstrels. Also on the agenda for the first weekend of the festival is Ice Skating competition with figure skating for the first year, snowmobile races on Feb. 4, and traps hooting. 9.98 SNOWMOBILE SUITS AND ACCESSORIES 29.95 I MOW Ml PAIR 9.49 A. Snowmobile helmet for safe enjoyment of this winter sport. 612-3145 thru 612-3238 B. Men's oxford nylon snowmobile suit is .coated for greater water repellency. 6.6-oz. Oacron 88 insulation, nylon lined. On* chest patch pocket and two leg patch pockets. 2-ply nylon zip-in hood. Heavy duty nylon leg zippers, wide knit collar. Color, black. Sizes S, M. L. XL. 610-7346 to 610-7379 Ladies suit has same features in black color. Sizes S. M, L. 610-6843 ttiru 610-6868 $29.95 Teen suit comes black. Sizes S, M, L, XL. 6104348 thru 6106371 S2&95 C. Men's snowmobile gloves. Black vinyl with warm pile lining, trimmed with colorful racing stripes. 612-1792 % O. Eagle Sno-Go gas can. 6-gallon. 3%-pint capacity. Ideal for cold weather conditions. 638-5280 8.98 5.77 I ADULT |SNOWMOBILE BOOTS I Snowmobile boots. Uppers of tough water repellent nylon twill with side zip openings. | Bottoms are waterproof rubber with non-slip tread. Removable thick felt liners. Sizes JJto 13.614-7219 to 614-7318 j I CHILDREN'S I SNOWMOBILE BOOTSl Children's snowmobile boots. Uppers of tough water repellent nylon twill with front zipper. Bottoms are waterproof rubber with non-slip tread. Removable thick felt liners. Child I sizes 8 to 12. 614-7136 to , ,614-7201 I etui n ciunmn | • 18 South 6th Street, EsthotvilU. Iowa

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