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March 16, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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THURSDAY, MAHCH 1G, 1939 LUTHER BOOKS OSLO SINGERS Norwegian Student Group to Present Concert at Decorah DECORAH -- The Norwegian Student Singers' Society of the University of Oslo, Norway, directed by Sigurd Torkildsen, will present a concert in C. K. Preus auditorium of Luther college on May 8. This 75 year old organization MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE consists of academically trained men who form a permanent group of experienced singers. Both in Norway and abroad critics have unanimously acclaimed their many musical triumphs. The director, Sigurd Torkildsen, is a distinguished young musician who has won considerable .fame in this field. Since the age of seven he has studied music in one form or another, vocal, instrumental, theory and composition. Torkildsen was well prepared both in a practical and theoretical way when he accepted the position of instructor and director of the Student Singers in 1929. Previous to this time, he had been an active member since 1916, and had once served as president of the organization. Torkildsen has realized the great possibilities of present day Norwegian music, but at the same time he has not neglected the older and more traditional compositions. He has constantly striven to perfect the harmony, and he has met with enviable success in his efforts. He has been honored by being elected as a member of the Council of the Philharmonic Society and of the committee on arrangements for Norwegian participation in the New York World's Fair. Carl Ludvig Bommen is now president of the Student Singers and is the manager of the 1939 American tour. He has been an active member of the organization since 1920, both as a singer and manager. Few of the members have participated in as many tours as Bommen, and he is extremely popular because of his personality, and humor. Monthly Meeting of Goldfield Club Held GOLDF1ELD -- The Goldfield Businessmen's club held its monthly dinner at Carter's cafe on Monday evening with 30 members present. Following the dinner and the business meeting, \V. R. Boorman, a representative of the Wallace's Farmer, Des Moihes, gave a talk. Heart Disease Cause of Death of Elmer · Christen of Decorah DECORAH--An inquest held at Decorah Wednesday afternoon before Orrie Iverson, county coroner, upon the body of Elmer Christen, it was found that Christen died of heart disease. The coroner's jury was composed of Gust Haugen, Gilbert Anderson and Albert Anfinson. Testimony was given at the hearing by Dr. F. P. MeNamara of Dubuque, who made the postmortem examination of the body. Christen's body was exhumed after being buried in Cresco and several of the vital organs were sent to Iowa City for analysis. LADIES AID TO MEET OTRANTO--The Ladies Aid will serve dinner Friday noon at the church basement. 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