Aunt Lizzie Goins
the (Sran5 Prairie Thursday, Aptil 1,1954 PAGE II Aunt Lizzie Goins -lonored Sunday On 82nd Anniversary Friends, neighbors and relatives f Aunt Lizzie Goins of Corn Valley toad assembled in her homo Sun- lay to help celebrate her 82nd birthday. One of the highlights of the an- iual event was the serving of a luge three-tiered cake. The cnke as topped with a doll wearing an Id-fashioned dress made entirely f icing. Musical entertainment was pro- ided by Bobbie and Sue Barber, children of Mr. and Mrs, Elvin Bar- icr of Dallas. Those attending the party were: Lloyd Green, Mr. and Mrs. Harey Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Barber and children, David and aula, Jerry Price, Mrs. Virgie Tarrant and daughter, Melva June, and Vtrs. Josie Bailey, all of Grand Prai- •ie, and, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Goins, Gladc- vater; Mr. and Mrs, John S. Miller, VIr. and Mrs. Allen Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Bill rones, all of Hutchins; Mr, and Mrs, r oe Barber of Lancaster, and, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cole, Mr. and Vtrs. Odis Stephens and children, rarry and Kathy, all of Pleasant. Irove; Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Minor, Mrs. Mary Francis Minor and children, Earl and Kathy, all of Cop- Dell, and, i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gragg, Mr. ind Mrs Barry Dacon, all of Arl- ngton; Mt. and Mrs. Sam Malone, Richardson, Mrs. Annie Bell, Fort Worth, and, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Barber and son, Weldon, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, and children, Sherry and Buddy, Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan. Dr. Horace Duncan, Mrs. Inna ITa- h-a, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Richburg, and Jimmie Barber, all of Dallas.