Beik Kemp Hook families
£ dMBOCHERS NOTE 1 ANNIVERSARY DATE AT DINNER PARTY Grandview—Dr.. and Mrs. Murray Murray Limbocker, former 'residents of Wapello, celebrated their 25th "wedding anniversary at their lome in Burlington on Sunday, Aug. 6. The marriage of Bertha Beik and Murray Limbocker took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beik, south of Grandview, in 1919. The anniversary dinner was served at noon, a large three-tier cake forming the centerpiece at the table. At a short program in. the afternoon, featured by a'mock wedding, Joan . Limbocker acted as bride, dressed in her mother's wedding dress, while Donna Jean Limbocker acted as bridegroom. Janice Kemp was maid of honor and Mary Walter acted as flower girl. Farrell Smylie acted as minister minister and Clayton Beik served as ring, fearer. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kemp and Janice, Mr. anil Mrs. Donald Walters, Mary and Donna -Kay of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Smylie and John of Ccjumbus Junction, Aut Kam- eier, Mrs. Mollie Beik, Mr, and MUSCATINE JOURNAL 'AND Mrs. Marcus Beik and family, Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Beik, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beik and Mrs. Amelia Hook of Grandview vicinity and Dr. and Mrs.' Limbocker, Ninita, Donna Jean and. Joan. VIRGINIA SMITH IS GUEST AT. MEETING OF FOITR-H CLUB Miss Virginia Smith, of the Farm Bureau staff, was a special guest when the Green Valley Hustlers Four-H club held a meeting meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Marie and Lucille Johnson Johnson and the leader, Mrs. H. C. Johnson. The members told one new vegetable they had planted this year in answer to roll call. Jean McFadden spoke on hosiery care, Marilyn Essex discussed daily food needs and Effie Martin demonstrated demonstrated padding the ironing board. Plans for exhibits at the West Liberty fair were discussed and a practice was -held for the demonstration team. Magnesium is the lightest of structural metals, being one-third lighter than aluminum.