JLGoodman Death Notice

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JLGoodman Death Notice - Read The Democrat Ads THE HEARN 'VOLUME 48 J....
Read The Democrat Ads THE HEARN 'VOLUME 48 J. L. GOODMAN EXPIRES AFTER 1 SHORT ILLNESS Judge Jacob L. Goodman, 86, of Franklin, pioneer Central Texas lawyer and former veteran member of the Texas Legislature, died early Tuesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edgar Hall, at Waco, where he had been visaing for the last ten days. He became ill the day after reaching Waco. Born in Georgia, Judge Goodman located at Franklin in 1881 and had lived there for the last 57 years. He first was elected Representative from Robertson county to the Twenty- second Legislature. He had served as House member during the regular and special sessions of the Thirty-first, Foriy-secoml and Forty-third Legislatures. During his tenure of service in the Legislature, Judge Goodman wa.-: chairman of the House Judiciary committee and a member >jf other important committee groups. For four years Judge Goodman was County Judge of Robertson county. He was President of the Robertson County Bar Association, and was an outstanding leader in the Baptist denomination in Central Texas. He had been a member of the Masonic fraternity for many years, having affiliated with the Patrick Lodge at Franklin in 1881 as a charter member. He held a life membership in that body. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church in Franklin at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday with Rev. J. L. Wallace, pastor of the church officiating. jjudge W. C. Davis of Bryan, and Ju7ige J. Felton Lane of Hearne represented the Robertson County Bar Association in tributes paid to the veteran member of the Association. Masonic ceremonies were held at the Franklin cemetery, where interment took place. The body lay in state at the church from 11:30 a. m. until the hour of the funeral., , ,..•„..,...-,.... .. .. ; Members of Judge Goodman's immediate family who survive him are i^ix daughters and four sons, Mrs. ^i'aggie Griffin and Mrs. Amos Stone of Hearne, Mrs. Edgar Hall of Waco, Mrs. A. R. Brown of Temple, Mrs. F. S. Blue of Independence, and Mrs. Fred Gant of Thorndale Grady Goodman of Waco, Grover Goodman of Jewett, Albert Goodman of Bryan, and Tom Goodman of Austin; a nephew of this city, James W. Goodman; two brothers and two sisters, Wtfm Goodman of Franklin,"and Lafayette Goodman of Santa Anna, Mrs. George Stewardson of Santa Anna and Mrs. Mary Jane Lane of Temple. MANY ATTEND FLOWER SHOW The annual Shakespeare Club Flower Show which was held in the basement of the Methodist church Tuesday by large numbers of flower enthusiasts who were received by the members of the Executive Board of the Shakespeare Club, who acted as hostess throughout the afternoon and early evening. Mrs. C. W. Hairrell was blue ribbon winner having received stars for the greatest number of entries. The complete report submitted by the judges follows: First in mixed arrangement: Mrs. C. W. Hairrell; second, Mrs. J. W. Horlock; third, Mrs. Roy Henry. First in rose exhibit: Mrs. A. B. Brady; second, Mrs. J. W. Waltamn; third, Mrs. D. B. Carrington. First in bulbs: Miss Katie Curry; second, Mrs. C. W. Hairrell; third, Mrs. G. C. Chatmas. First in pot plants: Mrs. J. W. Waltmon; second, Mrs. Olen Wallace; third, Mrs. C. V. Eastefwood. First in annuals: Mrs. C. W. Hairrell; second, Mrs. R. M. Duffey; third, Mrs. Olen Wallace. First in white arrangement: Mrs. A. B. Brady; second, Mrs. C. V. Easterwood; third, Mrs. C. B. Thames. First in yellow arrangement: Mrs. R. M. Duffey; second, Mrs. C. B. Thames; third, Mrs. H. A. Young. First in floating arrangement: Mrs. R. 0. Ely; second, Mrs. D. B. Carrington; third, Mrs. 0. H. McCollum. First in bubble bowl arrangement: Mrs. Robert Moss; second, Janis Bo- guskic; third, Mrs. W. K. Waltmon. First in miniatures: Mrs. R. F. Williams; second, Miss Katie Curry; third, Mrs. L. W. Perkins. First in children's exhibit: Tim Thames, Jr.; second, Claudia Ann McCollum; third, Virginia McCollum. First specimens: Mrs. Abe Hensarling; second, Mrs. Ed Brady; third, Mrs. C. W. Hairrell. HEARNE, ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEJXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938 Right Beauty; Wrong College WILL GIVE PROGRAM Under the direction of Mr. Harold T. Moore, the Hearne High School Choral Club will present a program Thursday night, May 12th, at 8 p. m. All patrons of the school are cordially invited to attend. Arrangements have been made as follows: "Chiribiribin" and "Glow Worm"— By Choral Club. "Roses and You"—By Jack Miller. Chosen as "the only beaulii'u 1 girl" at the University of Chica go, Miss Joy Hawley, gradual and former beauty of Texas Star- College for Women, turned ou. to be enrolled in Northwestern University, where she has already been named a 1938 beauty., The mix-up began when a Chi cago U. magazine stated, "There hasn't been a really beautiful woman around here since Little Egypt reared her skirts on the World's Fair midway in 1893." To debunk the article, Chicago U. boys went down to the photogra phers and with the help of three prominent judges selected what they thought was the picture of a Chicago co-ed. Great was the chagrin of the C. U. student body when their triumphant choice turned out to be a Northwestern girl. Miss Hawley is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Hawley of Denton, Texas. Mumford Association Will Have Program On Cotton Insects The Mumford Agricultural Association will meet Monday, May 9th, and according to Mr. Read Wipprecht, Ihe program will consist of a discussion on "Cotton Insects and Their Control," which will be conducted by either Dr. Gaines or Dr. Thomas, of the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Hearne Athletic Stars For Longhorn Nine A large group of Hearne sport i'ans journeyed to College Station Tuesday afternoon and saw "Cotton" Evans PODEO WILL BE HELD MAY 8 ^Thundering hoofs, yelling cowhands and the, smell of leather will break the lazy spring silence in the fttpmford Rodeo arena Sunday aftfr- nofait when dozens of cattlemen and skilled riders \vill gather to determine champions in the art of calf roping, steer riding, bulldogging and many other events typical to a cowboy's lift;.3 The rollicking entertainment is "Riled to begin at one p. m., anil me with fast moving excitement on into the afternoon. Managers Horace White and Lewis OrlflHder, who recently constructed the i^rena announced their intentions of ' Conducting a series of rodeos throughout the spring and summer with the hope of encouraging more cattle" raising in Kobetson county. Another feature of the show is the exhibition of high bred horses, cattle and. ^heep selected from the finest herds* in. this section of the state. D $ ication Of Nashville Park Draws 2,000 Tjjie two thousand or more citizens of 'Central Texas gathered at Old Nashville Sunday when the roadside park on highway J3 was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies, heard stirrihg speeches, patriotic music and historical reminiscences. Speakers who paid tribute to the founders of the Nashville Colony were Judge Graham Gillis, Judge Jeff Kemjj and Mrs. ,1. C. Culpeppor of Cameron and others who were called to the platform for extemporaneous expressions. Mrs. Jud Collier of Mumford spoke on the "Nashville Park of the Future," and Dr. Alex Dienst of Temple exhibited .diuf .explained historic documents. Music was furnished by the Yoe High School band of Cameron. Frank Loria of the Builders Supply Company of Hearne arranged seats for the crowd, and employees of the State. Highway Department of Hearne headquarters prepared the grounds for the celebration. Sarah McCalla Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution of Cameron collaborated with Milam county Commissioners in arranging dedicatory ceremonies. Hearne Scouts To Hold Camporee

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 06 May 1938, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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