Frode and Niels Strandskov

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Frode and Niels Strandskov - Auto Injuries Keep Guests from Reunion RINGSTED...
Auto Injuries Keep Guests from Reunion RINGSTED —Guests of honor at a family reunion Sunday at the Fagre cottage on Spirit Lake were not present because of injuries received in an automobile accident in South Sioux City en route to Ringsted. Frede Strandskov and h i s younger son, Niels, were hospitalized after the accident and another son, Rodger, was unhurt. Mr. Strandskov was badly bruised and is staying at the Shareton Hotel in Sioux City Niels is hospitalized at St. Vincents hospital with a broken jaw. The Strandskovs are residents of New Jersey and had been touring the Midwest the last 10 days, visiting relatives and Strandskov's childhood homes at Rosenborg and Kronberg, Neb. They had visited Grandview College at Des Moines and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln where he had been a student as a young man. He is a bacteriologist for the Shaejer Brewing Co. of New York. Saturday, when the accident occurred, they were en route to Ringsted to visit his sister, Mrs. Thyra Sorensen, and the Leo Sorensens. Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Chris tiansen, of Tyler, Minn., brother-in-law and sister of Strand­ skov, went to Sioux City Sunday morning and brought Rodger with them to the reunion at Spirit Lake. OIHers atteod'ng the reunion at the Fagre cottage besides the Christiansens and Sorensens were Mrs. Thorvald Strandskov and Barbara, and Mrs. Arnold Lee Strandskov cf KimfoaHton; Mr. and Mrs. John Haas and children, and Mrs. Irma Ped-

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  1. Estherville Daily News,
  2. 13 Aug 1966, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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