j afternoon. Doctors describe his | condition as satisfactory. Bobby Photo) front— shown Photo) Goodman Rites Held Thursday Funeral services for Albert Goodman were held in Bryan last Friday at 4 p. m. with the Rev. Morris House and the Rev. Burns Willis, pastor and associate pastor of the First Methodist •Church in Bryan, as the officiating ministers. Burial followed in the Bryan cemetery with the following serving as pallbearers: Calvin Pigg, C. E. Gray, Elsey Williams, Fred Jones, Ed%vard Schroeder and Ed Blazek. MR. GOODMAN succumbed in a Hearne hospital Thursday afternoon. He was born in New Baden but had been a resident of Bryan since 1916. He had been employed at Central Hardware Co. in Bryan since the business was founded in 1938. Mr. Goodman was a Veteran of World War I and a member of First Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife of Bryan; a daughter, Mrs. Jack. Glover, of Abilene; five sitters, Mrs. Odel Stone and Mrs. Maggie Griffin of Hearne, Mrs. Daisy Brown of Rockdale, Mrs. Mary Blue of Independence and Mr*. Verna Hall of KUlacn; throe brothers, H. O Goodman of Waco, Tom and Grover Goodman of Franklin; and thwt grandchildren.