Clipped From The Herald
Sarprised On 25th Anniversary The home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Handrock on Oriole Trail was taken as it by storm fcur.day afternoon when a number of friends and rela tives gathered there to honor Mr. and Mrs. Albert Handrock on their 25th wedding anniversary. Social chat occupied the afternoon hours, and at six o'clock a delicious supper, prepared by the guests, was served at tables attractively laid, and centered with beautifully decorated cakes and silver flowers. In the evening pinochle and five hundred were played, and at a late hour all departed for their homes wishing Mr. and Mrs. Handrock manyr many more happy years together. Mr. and Mrs. Handrock were pre sented with many lovely gifts in the rerrembrance of the occasion. Guests were: Dr. and Mrs. Fred Oakes and family, Mrs. Dora Oakes, Mrs. Hazel Falvev and daughter Frances, Mr. and Mrs. William Con-ley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ches. Money, Mr. and Mrs. E. Black, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Petrier, Mr. and Mrs. B. William and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. E"il Hand- rork and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berkley. Miss Eleanor Parchir. Olive and Marshal Flemmine, An nette. Helen and Roy Handrock. Later in the evening Sir. A bra ha r. a former teacher of the Immanuel Lutheran School, called to c.mgratu- late them as well as many other friends.