Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Proctor Photos




These photos were found in an envelope labled "Proctor".

They are related somehow to the Seeleys and the Peels and 
maybe the Ericksens.

The last two photos do have names attached.
Hope someone can identify them all.





 


 

















Monday, May 5, 2014

Friday, October 11, 2013

Successful Hunt


Left to Right:
O.K. Fotheringham, Mobe Kueseff, Boyd Hafen, Shel Monsen, Hirschel Jensen

Sunday, May 12, 2013

To Nourish and Strengthen Our Bodies



At the age of 92, Alice Peel Hafen (my sweet mother-in-law), wrote this cookbook as requested by family and friends who had enjoyed the many tasty dishes she had prepared over the years.  With the help of Marc Smith, a nephew she was able to put this collection together.  It not only contains her treasured recipes, but also a wealth of photos and memories she wished to share.  This blog has already shared some of these with you.   Here I will include the Introduction to her book, her personal history and a few of the pictures contained in the first few pages of  her book.  





More to come..........

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

222 Field Artillery In Practice at San Luis Obispo March 1941

This was a postcard sent to Neil and Alice Hafen from Neil's brother Bert
who served in WWII after training in San Luis Obispo.

The button below is an insignia representing the 
222 Field Artillery Utah  National Guard

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Valentines From the Past

Oh how I wish I could scan these in 3D.  I love old Valentines


 This little girl with a guitar has movable parts.  If you
pull downward on her extended red bow, she strums
the guitar.
On the back it says "To Alice from Louise".  


1925




This 3 D Valentine was given to JoAnn Hafen  (Granger) from
Mary Louise Madsen (Seamons)
It pulls from the bottom revealing a mirror on the inside of the trunk 
that says "My Valentine, I Love You Best"
On each side are honeycomb hearts.
Just lovely.



You can see on this one the white envelope pulls open the message inside "Be My Valentine".
When the envelope pushes back, it reveals a little guy that says " Say You'll be Mine Won't You Please".






You Probably guessed.  The fan moves up and down on this cute little Kitty.



This one is so beautiful.  
It opens up in many layers.
On the back 
"To Alice Peel from Chariton"
1922



Friday, December 21, 2012

Peter Azel Peel Descendants ~~~ Family Reunion 1999

Back Row L to R:  Ralph Childs, Ross Childs (sons of Margaret and Lon Childs), Marc Smith (son of Lois and Eldon Smith), Tami Lowry and Tyler Tuttle (children of Barbara and Clair Tuttle)

Front Row L to R:  Peter and Donald Hafen (sons of  Alice and Neil Hafen), Alice Peel Hafen, 
Tom Tuttle (son of Barbara and Clair Tuttle)   

Photo was taken in July of 1999

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

1900 Photo from Alice Hafen Collection





Here are the names as I read them:  Ethel Seely, Zella Seely, Maggie Reynolds, George and Mable Borg, Winnie Candland, Eloise Anderson, Fannie Candland, Vanetta Proctor, Hannah L. Frandsen, Bertha Nielsen, Bertie Madsen, Mary Miranda Seely, Etha Nielsen, Jennie Jorgensen, Botilda Madsen, Eliza Swensen, Mina Hasler, Marie Peterson, Maggie Ericksen, Blenda Matson, Annetta ???, Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Thompson, Alfred Nielsen, Emil Hafen, J.E. Jorgensen, Hyrum Nielsen, Jon Woodring, George Candland, Leo Candland, Arthur Nielsen, Walt Lund, Don  Omen, Azel Peel, Frank and Daniel Jorgensen, Byron Carter, Chris Beck, James Fechser.