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Askov American (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Askov, MinnesotaA family newspaper dare to do our duty let us have Faith that right makes might and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our duty As we understand Abraham Lincoln. Sep tip Prin $2.00 Job printing we Are equipped to do your Job printing at the right Price. Call and see Sample. Our Type is of the latest design and the printing is up to Date. Volume news am0n6 scandinavians Askov Pine county Minnesota thursday september 28. 1920. Number 3. Interesting items Tom far Ami new about a wite from the North. Christiania dispatches last week contained the announce ment that Bjorn Bjurnson oldest son of the late Bjorr Stjerne Bjornson is planning a tour of the United states some time Dur ing the autumn. Or. Bjurnson is Mcnown All Over Scandinavia and Germany As a stage instructor actor and playwright. X Diamond wedding. Or. And mrs. David Fahlstrom of Waco tex., a few Davs ago celebrated their Diamond wed Ding. More than three Hundred relatives and friends gathered in the knights of pythias Hall to at tend a banquet Given in Honor of Hje aged couple. Or. Fahlstrom is a native of Stockholm and mrs. Fahlstrom was born in Philadelphia of swedish parents. Dedication yesterday. The new danish memorial hos Pital in Omaha neb., was formally declared opened yesterday afternoon at 2 o clock in the pres ence of a Large number of City officials and citizens generally. Among the speakers were Rev. G. B. Christiansen president of the United danish lutheran evangelical Church and Rev. N. P. Gravengaard president of the danish lutheran evangelical Church. Killed by Accident Robert Amundsen in year old son of Andy Amundsen at Loman minn., was accidentally killed last week when a Shotgun he was carrying discharged itself Pierc ing his body with bullets. The Amundsen family is Well known among the norwegians in the District. To study shipbuilding. Professor j. Rosengren of the Chalmers technological Institute at Gothenburg Sweden has arrived in this country for the Pur pose of studying modern Amer ican ship construction. Professor Rosengren has been sent to America by the swedish govern ment and intends to remain in the United states for several months. Here on vacation. A fount Carl Moltke. Danish ambassador at Berlin Germany and formerly danish minister plenipotentiary at Washington d. C., has arrived in this country accompanied by countess Moltke who is an american woman. Count and countess Moltke in tend to spend a leave of absence in this country the count Inci dentally consulting american specialists in regard to a disease which has attacked one of i legs. To Stig plays. Varden Lodge in grand Forks n. A. Affiliated with the National sons of Norway order is making plans for a Seri a of dramatic entertainments to be arranged by Amateur Talent with in the Lodge. So far seven plays have been selected for the sea son which will open Early in october. Chives banquet. David Edstrom. The famous swedish sculptor in new York last we a gave a banquet in Hon or of mrs. Ida Clyde Clarke Edi Tor of the pictorial review who left a couple of Days later for Sweden where she will interview Selma Lagerlof Ellen key and other famous swedish women mrs. Clarke also intends to at tend the Wom aft Congress at Christiania. Half a Century. We Danes in Many parts of the country Are planning to observe next sunday the fiftieth birth Day anniversary of King Chris Tian the tenth Tindall consulates and vice consulates throughout the United states will display the danish colors in Honor of the Natal Day of the King. King Christian has always manifested a Lively interest in danish Amer ican affairs. Daren dip in English. One of the latest books writ ten Fly Johan Boxer the norwegian writer who visited this country earlier in the summer is to be translated into English during the fall. The Book selected for the coming season is Dyrendahl and will be the fourth to Jer Book to be made accessible to the English Reading put us. K to Start shipyard. A. W. Carlson of Seattle Wash who recently returned from a visit to Sweden his native country is preparing to open a Large shipyard in Seattle some time during october. He will build new vessels and also will maintain a repairs depart ment which can take eare. Of deep sea steamers. Hahelrli4 a writer. H. W. Hasselriis erstwhile general Secretary of the danish american association now in the employ of a new York Export House has just published a Juve Nile Book entitled stories from the Day of love. The Book is made up of Short sketches mainly about animals. Visiting Norway. R. A. Nestos of i not n. D. Who last Spring was prominently mentioned As candidate for governor of North Dakota has arrived in Norway on a visit with his relatives there. Or. Nestos made the trip via England anal France and writes to friends in his Home state that he is amazed at the anti american sentiment he hears expressed especially among the British. Memorial concert. � in new York elaborate plans Are being made for celebrating on october 6 the Centennial of the birth of Jenny Lind the fam Ous swedish Nightingale. A memorial concert will be Given at Carnegie Hall where mme. Frieda Hempel will sing and where the accompaniments will be played on the very same Pia no that was used for Jenny Lind s first concert in this country Sev Enty years ago. It had been expected that John Forsell the greatest present Day Singer of Sweden would take part in the program but he has changed his plans about coming to America this year. On lightning trip l. Larson Ledet. Editor of the danish prohibition paper re form arrived in this country a few Days ago and will remain Here Only two weeks. He will be one of the speakers at a prohibition Congress in Washington and will deliver a couple of lectures at Points in new York state. Or. Tarson Ledet has been in this country twice before. I i he does t hanker for an automobile r the Minnesota Cox Roosevelt clubs will not be affiliated with the democratic state Cantril committee. Any voter Man or woman i entitled to member ship throne and fish Ute. My of the Folk in Tow Var Unity of Olen full. N. Y., he 111 Nutoni Ohli a. Inh Thi Farmer pro a his old of on it Iii i Ruie to town now nud their for mall and provision. Pine county farm news edited by Fred s. Idesa manager pipe county farm Bureau. 1931 potato show. The following is a Premium list for the 1920 potato show to be held at Duluth on november of 9. 10. Digging time is the time to select your show potatoes and it is hoped that a Good exhibit from Pine county can be sent up to the show this year. County competitive display �300. Each county display dial con Sist of twelve samples each Sam ple by a separate grower and consisting of thirty two potatoes these to be arranged in two Lay ers Twenty potatoes in the Bot Tom layer and twelve potatoes on top. None but Standard varieties will be recognised and not More than four varieties shall be included in any county display. A Bronze cup appropriately engraved will be awarded the county display that wins first honors and winners will be awarded the winners of second third fourth and fifth places. Ribbons will be awarded the twelve contributors to each win Ning county display. The sum of $200 i l be pro rated among the county displays according to their scores. One Hiildred found exhibits of seed Point for seed plot purikkcsw0. Seed potatoes should be Tri form in size and Type True to the Correct varietal Type free from disease in sound condition for shipment or storage any one Sie being equally Good Between the limits of five to eight ounces. 100 pounds of seed potatoes $15, $12, $10, $8, $5. The people of Duluth Are net Only providing All the above Premium Money but to encourage a Large number of exhibits from visiting counties they Are offering the sum of $200 to be pro rated among the counties outside of St. Louis county one Point to be allowed for each exhibit made and one Point additional for each Dollar won in prise Money. Xon competitive in a Syfel a titled a tvs potatoes. Space will be allowed Ami bins provided for the display of ten Bushel lots of certified seed potatoes. These displays Are non competitive and must be of. Bin run seed Stock just As it will be furnished by the grower to the seed Trade. Locals of the Minnesota potato Exchange As Well As co operative seed potato grow ers associations Are invited to urge their individual members thus to use the state potato show As an advertising medium. Where an association wishes these displays by its members to he grouped in one Section space will be reserved accordingly. Boys Aad irl a state dab Content. The state potato show will be the final wind up of the boys and girls potato club contest of the state. Premiums regulations and awards for this of Elia Competition Are under direction of t. A. Erickson. University farm St. Paul m Minnesota. Cei Aad Roosevelt clubs. Sweer Tak it #. A sweepstakes prize of $50 and Banner will be awarded the Best Peck of potatoes in the show All prize winners competing. Or iraqi Tward for visiting counties 30. In appreciation of the visit by the potato growers of Minnesota Cox and Roosevelt clubs i l be formed in every City county and township in Minnesota with in the next two weeks according to Robert w. Hargadine state director who has completed his organization for formation of Ruch groups. The organization of such Del is to work for the Best Inte is of the democratic National candidates said or. Argadine county chairman and women Aro being named to operate directly under his supervision in each of the 86 counties of the state. The Minnesota organization is affiliated with the National Cox and Roosevelt club and each member of the several local organizations will be Given a Voi making a such Cage of cd open Tim enterprises. T of a Happy land farm Noli we h. Barnick sold his Hap v i x a i cd Pine county Public health ass a me Tieg. The annual meeting of the Pine Gunty Public health association will be held in the pres hater Ian Church in Hinckley on thursday sept. .10, commencing at 1 o clock p. M. The officers wish to extend a cordial invitation to be present to everyone interested in this Pyland farm 160 acres South of town tuesday to we. Trapp who has had charge of the or. Switzer farm at Grindstone Lake the past five years. Kill has owned this farm about eighteen years and has developed it a that it is now practically Allun Der cultivation. He also sold the old Cramer farm last week Ruf he says All he has left now in the White he in tends to give his entire time to auction ering and real estate Fin Jayson Register sept. 16. If yen have something you want to dispose of yen com very soon find out if there in for it by using american want 1 i. 4 % v of i.4 i.1 is. I i Al jct Tifesi Lac a. A Kuisell s � 4 i y

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