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Brief Historical Sketch of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association .:. This SoU\'enir Book contains a cHrefully drawn up progTam whi c h t o serve as the official program of this ~4th annual sangerfest g-i\,l:.~ n by th e Pacifie Coast Norwegian Sing"ers' Association. rI'h e pro.grams, as outlined, are the embodiment of those things whi c h th e association stl'h-es to foster and perpetuate, 11amely, the apprec i a ti on of goon musi c and singing.

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ageneles in the mental development of nations and individu a ls, 'Vh ere there is a lack of appreciation on the part of th ese potent age nc[,' s there w e will ine\'itably find that they are out o f Ilarmony with natuI'e and th e inllerent capability of mankind, Tile instrument wllicll is n o t u se d, no matter Ilow good, will soon be out of tune and contribut es n o part to tile scattering of sunslline and cll eer a nd mlll{ing tile world brigllter 'lnd better, ,Ve belie\'e it a duty o f every individu a l to c ulti va te tllese uplifting agencies to tile fullest extent. A singing n a ti on is a prosperous and happy nation and the s a m e appl i es to hom es, organ izations a s v..· ell as individuals. So ng and musi c is a birtllright wllicll Ilas been entrusted t o a ll nations in a grea t er 0 1' lesser degrE'e, In wllat more f orce ful wa y ca n the feelin gs o f the h. -art be uttNed than throu g h the unh'ersa l lan g-uag'e of th e soul, singing! It is the \'ehicle ," hi ch the inn €' rmost fee lings of th e h ea rt aI'" voiced and which ca nnot h 1'lp b ut find r esp o nsiv e c hords in the h earts of others, "What else C<1 n so eas il y stir our' h eart s trin gs t o v ibrate into a I'ead y respons e of th a t w hi c h i s b ea utiful and enn ob ling in life a s through the f aculty o f Sing ing, 'l'hroug-h thi s m eclium '" '1' the l)one1s of 10~'a lt y a nd patriotism f or God a nd cc untr~' m or e Rt'(, ul't'ly s tre n g th en ed than scarce ly throug"h

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.:. a n~r o th er agency, it is the unifying medium, the one gr ea t f a ctor o f which harmony must be the soul, it i~ tile hig'hes t form of (',()()l)er;;:j 1i on .

'Th a t such a birthright Ilas been entrusted a.lso to the Norwegi a n "The L<1nd of The 'Midnight Sun" h as n a ti on is a known fact. alway~ bee n a singing nation, Surrounded as tlley are by the m os t m an' 1'lou s scene ry of majestiC mountains and laughing w a t erf all s th ey h a \' e caught tile spirit of these impre~si\'e sceneries, and exp e ­ dences. and p ut them for til in music and song, But, hundr eds of th ousa nd s of its sons a nd daughters have come to America, th e l an d o f th 1'il' c h o ice, and as such have contribu ted there in the pion ee r bu ilding o f th e lan d of their adoption, The history of tll ese sturdy sons a nd daughters is prominently entwined into the thr eads o f Anl er i ca n history and. as American citizens, have always prov en t11 ems~" 'es loya l and patriotiC for America. Iler flag and its in s titu­ ti ons of whi c h they a l'e a valuable part in our co smopolit an na ti on, But th er e i s one tr a it which they ha \'e not ceased to c ulth'at e and fo. t er, a nd th a t is s inging, Organized singing societies a r e to be found in great numbers throughout the 1.:nited Sta tE's, The P acifi c Coa s t Norw eghll1 Singers' Associa tion was alread y ()rga nized in ] 902 c hi e fl ,v thl'ough th e e ff orts of F, A, Tomte of Portland , Orego n , Sangerfests h ave been h eld almos t every yea r sincc its organi z>l ti on in th e differe nt c iti es Oil th e coas t. This i s th e third sangerr e~ t h eld in thi s c ity , th e 24th annual ~a ngerfest of the P aci fic C oast Norw eg ia n ~in ge rs' A ssociation . \ Ve f ee l H a distinc t priYil €' g-e to h ave y ou as nur gu ests during thi s ann ual conyocation and bid you a ll a lTI Ost h ",u rt~· wel co m e to th e sanger C""t c it~',

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FR.IDAY, AUGUS T :30 Aft ernoon-AlTiv al of singers, and as~il-tnlllpnt of hotel aCCOllllll odations. 6 :00 P. :JI.-Registration of singen;. at hea dq uarters. 8 :00 P. JL-Reception of singers, th eir lad ;es a ll(l yi sitor"

at the 1. O. O. F. hall. Refreshul(>nts.

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1:2 :00 ;'\oon- Luncheon at Elks T elllple for singers and th eir ladi es. 1 :30 P. i'lr.-Rehearsal at High School auditorium.

:2 :00 P. ~r.-Rec ep tion for yisiting ladies at headquarters. Light r efre"hlll ent'i. 8 :15 P. :JI. - Granc1 Con cert 11t Hi gh S chool auditoriulll. 10 ::30 P. i\r.- E ntertainment (1t the 1. O. O. F. hall.

:JIOi'mAY, SEPTEi\[BER. 2 9 :00 A. i'lL - All aboard f or Seaside. Busses 'will be at

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12 :00 Noon-,-Luncheon.

:2 :00 P . .:'II.-Singing at Seasid e Hotel.

4 :00 P. M.-Retul'I1 to Astoria. '{ :00 P. :'IT. - Banquet at h eadquartf> rs. 10 :00 P. :Jr.-Entertainm ent at th e 1. O. O. F. hall.

Cars will be at heaclqnllrters to t ake visitors to __'Lstori a. Co lmllll at an y tilll(' of t.he day. I-IEADl~lTA.RTERS,

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K B. Hauk e , Pres id .' nt Paul Hauke. Sec l' e:a l' Y R. John son, T'reaslire r E. C. Olson E. L. Anderso n T. P. Hall e " Adolph Hauke A. G. Ba c klund Hans Lovvold

/I' in 1!1l(:e : Adolph Hauke, Ch a irm a n E. C. Olson Paul Hauk e R . John"on Hans Lov\'old Ole B e rg· A. G. Bacl{)und

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SOllt'! E. A. H. K O.

B. G. )1. M. O.

Ha uk e. Chairman Hac l<lund Bue Quam Sletten

Pnblicity: Paul Hauk e, Chairman M. A. C hriste n s en T. P. Haller E. Forness F. A. Tomte

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Gust Johnson A. B. Thorsn es J'Tan s T,o\'\'o ld Carl K\'istad Alfre d Hauke

Hcce ,n il:Oil wnd Ellte-riaiIIlJl ent: E. L. Anderson, Chairma n

Adolph Hauk e Gust P eterson E. C. Ol s on T. P. Halle ,' E. B. Hauke

LARKENETTES SANGERFEST COMMITIEES

O/licers IIf til e LarkClldt e8: Mrs. A. KVi s tad, Pres id e nt )irs. Herman O. P ed erse n, Vice Pres id e nt )Irs. E. Forn ess, S ecre t ary Mrs. Carl K\' istad, Treas ure r

Reception B (UI(/lIet: R. Johnson, Cha irm a n

Paul Haul{e Gust Peterson H. B. Rasmu ssen

A.llriitOI ill III ([nd Siage: A. G. Backlund, Chail'man Paul Hauke A. K\'istad .J. N. J org-ensen Andrew Ras mu ssen Hen ry JOI·g·e nse n

Heqisirativn: Paul H a uk e, Ch a irma n John Sand\' (> n E. L. And e r so n

Transportation and Sigh ise ei llg: Hans LovYold. Chair-mc.111 Gust Johnson Ole Grottin g A. R. Thol'snes Ad olph Hauke E. C. Olson

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Mrs. E. Knuts e n, C h ai rman lIIrs. Adolph H 'a uke Mrs. R. John son Yfrs. E. L. And e r son Mrs. John Dahl

Ll£ncheon Satnrcla)J Noon: Mrs. )Irs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs.

A. Ra s musse n, Chairm <,n H. D. Rasmussen "\. Ind e r gaard E. C. Olson C. Nass Ol e Be rge A. G. Backlund A. Remmen J\Irs. J. J org ense n ;\1.1'5. Ann a Hendri c k $o n

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MR . K . ANDERSON Baritone

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Second Grand Concert Sunday Afternoon

MR. K. ANDERSON Baritone

September 1, 1929

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T. P. HALLER Director of Orchestra

HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

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Saga and Fanitul Dance............ ...... .......... ... Ole Olsen

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I see you sti ll bey ond the sea, f a r€ w~1I my native shore'

Now I sh a ll know you no more.

SAMLINGSSANG

The words a r~ w,·itten by Oscar Thompson of Knappa, Oregon ,

and dedic ated to the Larken Singing Society of this city. The music is written by Rudolph "loller, directol· in chief of the Pacific Coast Norw egian Singers' Association. It -i s a get -tog ethe)' so ng. and giyes

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VIKINGARNE

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Solo by the Viking· CI,ief: O ut from this we akling· life NAAR

FJORDENE

urges my Viking- spjrit.

BLAANER

Neede th th e men that a re brave dw e ll like the peaceful slaves . No' Seize then the shi e lds of glory

'Vhen fjords are like v io lets blue, <:l nd glaci ers in brillian cy glitter,

'Vith the mountain strea ms dan cing and the b irds a ll a sin ging, I on ly ca n whisper: God bless you my Norway, m y wonderful land .

(This is one of the mo~t beautiiul of Alfred Pau lsen·s many com ­ positions, and has been accepted as the national so ng of Norway.

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un sheath the swords ungol'y and on ou r enem y's shore glory and v ic tory win,

The c horu s (T he Viking \-\Tarriol·8) th en t ake up the st r ain and continues the story of their embarkation , the sailing over th e stormy seas spying for booty, the entering of the enemy's s hips, the fight, the victory and the g·J.o riou s return home. HELD DIG MIT NORGE

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your woods and lofty mountains Ollr c hildhood playgTounds were.

The ocean wa\'es will g e ntly roc k,

we knew th at what we had in words a nd so ngs and gallant deeds

the storms will sooth my burning heart Farewell, farew e ll !

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Norw egian histol'Y relates how internal dissension and unrest ren足 dered conditions in the country unsafe-how Astrid with her infant son, O l af Tryg\"asson, fled to Gardarike, Russia , where Olaf grew up. After attaining mRnhood, he harried as Viking in France, G ermany and the Briti. l, Isles. In Seilly Islands h e was converted to Chris足 tianity tJ)' a hermit, and his marauding expeditions c eased. After some ~"ears spent in England and Ireland, he set sail for Norway, fired by the report of the unpopularity of its ruler, Haakon .rarl. Arriving in l\,Torway in the year of 995 . he was unanimously accepted as king, and at once set about the conversion of the country to Christian ity. He thus became Norwa~"s first Christ i an king. The arrh'a l of Olaf Tr'ygyasson on Norw egian soil is for this r eason an epochal event in Norwegian history. Founded on these facts. Bjornstjeme Bjornson w"ote his poem "Landkj ending" to the words of which Grieg has set his glo"';ous musica l composition.

It concerns Olaf' s voyage to Norway-his fatherland-the l and w hich he had not seen since he fled from it a s a ch ild, and which he now, at th e age of twenty -seven, was a bout to behold aga in , or r a ther actua ll y behold for the firs t time, The history tells h ow he kneeled in p,'ayer afte,' his s hips and army had landed. Grieg h as clot h ed the king's prayer. which constitutes the 1<010, in a vestme nt of sacred garb most profound. Finally th e chorus, as king's mighty host, intona.tes the prayer in unison.

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He ..., is th e good plac e to rest. Let us si n g to th e p"aise of our c r eatl)r. OUf thanks to Him in Hea ,"en! S2e the great universe a round us as a proof of his power. 'Vith the gentle sound of the wind through th e trees, the song of the birds and the roaming of waterfa lls w e sing t o thee.

DEN STORE HVIDE FLOK (THE VAST UNNUMBERED THRONG)

This beautiful poem was written by H"ns Adolph Brorson, an eminent di\'ine in the Danish church, who died in 1764. It lifts our thoughts from earth, and a rC\'elation, so to speak, is gh'en us of the Ransomed Host in Heaven. It Is a vast unnumbered throng, all robed in white "Like thousand mountain craigs of snow." There they are with their God and worship Him in one eternal Sabbath Day, 'mid all the angels' song of praise. This chorus as arranged by Grieg is an old folk tune and is parti c ularly a dapte d for religious services.

HAV (OCEAN)

This song interpre t s the feelings of a yo ung man, wishing himself o ut on the great ocean with it s broad expanse, its billows below and the bl"e sky above. He would like to go as th e seagull , sailing over the wa tel's, care free a nd Cull of life. A good interpretation of the del<ire of mogt boys in Norway .


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E. B. HAUKE

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O. O. SlJET'l'EN

1st Vice i>r esident PORTLAND

NICOlJAY CHRISTIANSEN 2d V ice President SEATTLE

C. HEXBERG :3d Vice Presidl? !!t SAN FRANCISCO


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:M. O. S YLLIAASEN Marshal SEATTLE

'1'. P. HALLER Dir ector Festival Orchestra Di rec tor Astoria Chorus

KONRAD ANDERSON Baritone Direc tor San Francisco Chorus Asst. Director P. C. N. Singers' Assn.


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"Meet Me in Your Stocking Feet"

"Enna Jettick' Shoes for Women

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"The House of Greeting Cards"

Shoes for Men

Books, Stationery and

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Shingles and Mouldings

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E.ugene Loan & Sa"ings The American Bank... .. Farm e rs & Merchant~ Rank .. First National B::1n l( .... . . Ba n k of Myrtif' Point ..

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A. S.HAPIRO, Manager

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COLIJMBIA HOSPITAL Modernly Equipped and Fire.Proof C. K. Andeen, Gen. Supt.

Ann Honkanen, Supt. of Nurses

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ASTORIA BOX CO.

Manufacturers

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MAIN OFFICE AND SAWMILL 171

FIR, SPRUCE, CEDAR AND HEMLOCK

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Chamberlin Motor Co. Dodge Brothers . Chrysler Plymouth Motor Vehicles

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SUNFREZE ICE CREAM

Cornel' Twelfth and Commel'cial

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Over Owl Drug Store

Astoria, Ore.

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The Western Dairy Products Co. Greets You

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Urtited Investors Corp. 14th and Commet'cial Sts,

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ASTORIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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Seattle, Washington

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Scandinavjan Western Importing Co., Ltd. Established 1894 107-109 Lafayette Street New York, N. Y.

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Made at Tl'ettell Station, Gudbralldsdalen, Norway

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WICO BRAND SWEDISH SCYTHES FINNISH FLA.L\HACKOR OBERG'S FILES P ANSAR FILES

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