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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1934

Dressed Have Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. It's the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Prcst Made to Order Suits Phone 81 YELLO ir Hair Cut at ACKET ANDERSON'S IRBER SHOP In rn Hotel Building No. 31. ROWNWOOD TKXAt THUR8DAY APRIL 26 1934 PRICE 0 The fving Finger Writes erald N. Smith Editor loving Finger writes and rig writ on; nor all your piety nor lure It back to cancel half ie ill your tears wash out a of It." The Rubalyat. B.S.U. OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1934-35 JACKETS TAKE SECOND PLACE IN TEXAS MEET fcpapor falls to get out on time ; I am sure that the amateur of the campus are the rJJcvcr have I heard so much Dm any six or seven cusses bg angles stnrs and various lings that pertain to difficult that probably even George ton could not work. ten Senilis aie the ptedominiiting rht now. The other morning iry I noticed that out of nine ' In the class thete were six nd thtee whites . . . which piove that spiing is still in sand for two whole dnjs it has en so...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1934

i t-A 1 m I .t TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET mio aCKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 1$0 is? Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College ai crownwooa Texas as a part or tne student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr. Business Manager Firman Early . . Woodrow Smith Blair Morris . . . Alice Mae Fitzgetald . . J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Jodie Caldwell Bob English . .. . Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Special Reporter . - . . Society Editor ... Columnists Reporters STUDENT ELECTIONS Student ell t linn .ire scheduled for the second week in May. Few -tudints iimIizu iln- jinpoi lance of the elections to the student body in the eai to nine. The utcc-.s of the school )ear depends upon wise woik (luiing the (lection week. The success of the goternment depends on the I'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THREE istory Of Howard Payne" Continued from last week addition was that of Cam- ill to the college of Fine Marshall was educated In verslty. He was an excel- fcp of voice. The Treble Clef he organized at Howard known all over the State wellent talent and type of Ich they presented. Bual college revival meeting acted by Dr. W. R. Horn- pastor of the Coggin Ave. burch of Brownwood. It was est revival up to that date In the college. tool year of 1920-21 saw the lion of the growth and build- i college. bet wmcn naa Deen uiscon nee 1913 was resumed wun Fvigor; a Dramatic Club was under the direction or Miss During the same year I Payne entertained the first Iptist Student Union Conven- J. Mims" or Fine Arts was completed at a hand- it. Chapel services were mov ie new auditorium. The cor- ie of this building was laid inressive ceremonies. The if the senior class were writ- ie corner stone. C. Yantis delivered the ad- which he reviewed the hls- the school. The h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1934

1 Vm - It I' Ai FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET The Streets Were Deserted Last Night Oh! Yes Exams CRAMMING PA AND HA Opposite Post Office COME TO SEE US AT 109 E. ANDERSON NEXT DOOR TO TELEPHONE OFFICE. We Will Appreciate Your Business CHARLEY GILLIAM BARBER SHOP m & Your Clothes If Regularly Cleaned by our process will be free from dirt and grit that shorten their lives. The small cost of our service is attractive. All Work Guaranteed ELITE TAILORS Center Avenue Wear Jim Foster Clothes $14.95 to $23.50 Tailored to Individual Measure THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIG Thurtday and Friday April 26-27 "Design for Living." And so It came to pass that the little lady loved two handsome men and they lived happily ever after. Sounds like adult entertainment and It is. Ifs Noel Coward's "Design for Living" which Paramount trans- ferred to the screen with Fredrlc March Gary Cooper Miriam Hop- kins and Edward Everett Horton in the cast brilliantly directed by Ernst Lubitsch. The film is an adaptati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1934

Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. It'a the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Pratt Made to Order Suits Phone 61 Dressed Have f'Hmlr Cut at mLo MffiT ANDERSON' IBER SHOP In Hotel Building No. 32 ROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 3 1934 PRICK So The ring Finger Writes ELECTION OF STUDENT OFFICERS TUESDAY aid N. Smith Editor loving Finger writes and writ ton; nor all your piety nor lire It back to eanoel half your tears wash out a of It." The Rubalyat. nous looks better than it has urlng my four years of col- i Between Marshall and the the campus and the weather it is about as desiraoie as it That move about the paths : all bad. A person will pay tention to wading than to a ng not to walK across we tr Irake's drammer of the Ken- fountains located in Hell 'n Jon Holler was a rare bit of i Never have I seen a more heroine than little Nellie with curves and other maidenly Then came the hero a bony lever there was such an anl- Btill further along that suck Ivllllan Simon S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1934

I K I)1! IIW w Hi TWO HOWARD PAYNK YELLOW JACKET muj ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 m tf Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr. Business Manager Firman Early . Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists Jodie Caldwell Bob English Reporter THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday and Friday May 3-4 "Eskimo." I"v-v m irgaf iHbbH ! - jIbLLbHI smiiiiH n HUH s Hudson Patricia Ellis and Guy Kib- ble. Harold is a small-town newspaper reporter and In his jams the char- acters Llllums and Mlnni play the lead parts. Guy Kibbee Is up to his usual form in the part of the infatu- ated old m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THRSS "History Of Howard Payne" --Continued from last week 1929; souri 1929. War He Tne Administration of Dr. Edgar Goaooia iiiim-ikij Dr. Edgar Godbold was elected as president of Howard Payne College In 1923. He was born at Auburn Franklin county Mississippi December 2 1879. Son of Thomas R. and Mary S. God- bold. Graduated Auburn High School B S. Mississippi College Clinton Mis- sissippi 1905; M. A. 1910; student University of Chicago 1906-1907; LL. D. Howard Payne College 1923 Mis- sissippi College 1929. Married Irene Coleman Roblnsonvllle Mississippi. Principal Lawrence County High School Mississippi 1905-1908; Profes- sor of Biology Mississippi College 1906-1912 Louisiana College 1913- 1918; Secretary Louisiana Baptist Education Commission 1912 1918; corresponding Secretary Louisiana Baptist State Board 1919-1923; Pres Idcnt. Howard Payne College 1923 General superintendent Mis- Baptist General Association Overseas war work World 1918-1919. spent the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1934

FOUR THK DANIKL IAKKR COLLIQIAN J !i r- 1 JUNIORS HAVE THE GREATEST I PROM OF THE SEASON 1 FOF I I PA AND MA I Opposite Post Office 1 HISTORY OF (Continued from page 3) class. He had a brother in the col- lege at the same time. His body was sent back by the student body of Howard Payne to the Orphans' Home for burial. Oren C. Reid ac- companied the suiviving bi other and the body of the deceased to Dallas. There were twenty-thiee who ic- celved the A. B. degree in the Spring of 1928. There were 14 men and 9 women graduating. Of the 14 men 8 were preachers 3 teachers 2 foot- ball stars and one medical student. Of the 5 women 2 weie the wives of preachers. The abowe sounds as If Dr. Thos. H. Taylor's saying is not largely tiue "We preach the gospel and play foot- ball and If we have any time left we put It on our studies." Among the favorites of '28 we And Franklin Etheridge all Howard Payne boy; Miss Olene George college beau- ty; Jack Agee most popular boy and Miss Faye Moreman foot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1934

YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. It's the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Preit Made to Order Suite Phone 61 ACKET '.-VS fcVu1T -iL3. - -mm VOL. XX. No. 33. i fcsa-s BROWNWOOO TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 10 1934 PRICE 50 Be Well Dressed Have Your Hair Cut at PETE ANDERSON'S BARBER SHOP In Southern Hotel Building ViTflBBmA 1 bb bbbbTbT E?9o!vbbbbbb Lfl I Th Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit Shalt lure It baok to cancel half a line. Nor all your tears wash out a word of It" The Rubalyat. Of all the things that I detest in a theatre it is a pair of extremely silly girls or women that act like drunks. Last week I had the misfortune to sit behind the silliest pair that I have ever seen or heard either for that mutter. When I wanted to hear their blooming' cackle rang out and on like a spring creek. Deliver me. After hearing John McGuire speak the other morning I got to think...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1934

TW6 HOWARD PAYNK YELLOW JACKET ELL0 jB3x V vlf'BKA l KHrm MMI Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION SATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 f Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith . Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr. Business Manager Firman Early -. Woodrow Smith . - - ... Blair Morris Alice Mac Fitzgerald J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Jodie Caldwell Bob English . Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager . Special Reporter Society Editor . Columnists Reporters THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday and Friday May 10-11 "Good Dame." 'Good Dame" co-statrini; Sylvia Sldrey and Fredrlc Murcl' can be market' down in your "dato ' book as picture that must be seen. You'll be sorry if you don t see chis If presents Sylvia in a new type of role. She's cast as the stranded cho- rus girl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1934

HOWARD PAYNK YELLOW JACKET "History Of Howard Payne" -Continued from last week puf Tlllnnl r em rvHTrim.l -"".. THRBB THE 8TRUQQLE FOR EXISTENCE (1Z-1833) In the Fall of 1D29 Dr. Edgar God- bold resigned to become General Sec- retary of Missions In Missouri. Dr. Thos. H. Taylor was elected as his successor. Dr. Thos. H. Taylor was born July 5 188S at May Brown county Texas. Father: Henry Percy Taylor. Mother: Frances M. Lester. Attended Brown County Rural Schools and Brownwood High School. Entered Howard Payne Academy January 1896. Re-entered In September 1901. Finished Howard Payne Junior College 1905 as honor graduate. Received first honor schol- arship to Baylor University. Worked two years at odd times for Spauldlng Buggy Company of Grlnnell Iowa. Secretary to Dr. B. H. Carroll Senior. A. B. Baylor University 1907. Teach- er and secretary of faculty of Howard Payne College 1907-1913. Registrar 1913-1917; Dean of the faculty 1917- 1929. Elected president October 1st 1929. Deacon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1934

FOUR HOWARD PAYNt YKLLOW JACKET C TRACK TEAM DIG IN I LET'S WIN I paIndma I Opposite Post Office 1 KNOBLER'S AFFORDS YOU ... . ....dozens of exclusively styled dresses hats and shoes In distinctive fashions for the College Campus the Prom evening wear etc. A personal Interest is taken In helping you select what you want and at a price you can easily afford. See the new things visit Knobler's KNOBLER'S STYLE SHOP S QUALITY STYLE PRICC racsaJEJcsti&FaiHFamsHBBaaHsaciHPBa3i SEND MOTHER A MOTHER'S DAY GREETING Select your Greetings and Mother's Day Gifts from our big stock DUBLIN & CANON C.L Scott Makes Arrangement of "Old Gray Mare" C. L. Scott trumpet player In the Howard Payne Band and composer of several band numbers with instru- mentation has completed an arrange- ment of the song "The Old Gray Mare" which was once the theme song for the Old Gray Mare Band of this city. C. L. Is due plenty of credit for his wotk. Earlier In the year he compos- ed a .march called "The Howard...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1934

Be Well Dretted Have Your Hair Cut at PETE ANDERSON'8 BARBER 8HOP In Southern Hotel Building KH Southern Hotel Cleaners Snndv Klntr. Mcr. TELEPHONE YELLO MMJ & 3ft .. V - & 61 "Ti -. Made to Order Suits JfeKC VOL. XX. No. 34. -t -Vr BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 17 1934 PRICE 8o TT I Tli Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor alt your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It" The Rubalyat. Well folks this is next to the last time that you'll see this column in the Yellow Jacket. It has appeared off and on for four years and in every issue for the last two. I guess next year Mickey will have something very different. If he doesn't I'll be the worst surprised duck In the U. S. A. I am glad he has the job for next year. It will take a lot of that blai- ney out of his system . . . that is unless he has me fooled. Sorry that Bob did not get the job but if Is a cin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1934

TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET xelioymj ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Subscription per school year $1-00 51l Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr. Business Manager Firman Early - -- Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith - - Assistant Business Manager Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor J. Waddy Bullion Bay A. Doyle Columnists Jodie Caldwell Bob English - - Reporters THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday Friday and Saturday May 17-19 "Wonder Bar." ESMMMkaj' - take its place among the better pho' togt'aphs of the new season. Wednesday May 23 "Beloved." SjIHL -s -isMiCnL &illKNilHL EliiiiinAiiBiiiHc.w 2 Tonight's the night of the grand opening of the First National mam- moth musical and dramatic spectac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1934

HOWAUD PAYNK YELLOW JACKET "History Of Howard Payne '-Continued from last week THRBB Professor Horace (Cap) Shelton was transferred from the Academy to the college. He replaced Professor E. C. Cole (resigned) aa professor of Mathematics. Professor Shelton has also acted as bursar since the arrest of Miss Casey Professor Shelton was born near Brownwood and received his college training In Howard Payne. He Is a brother of Dr. Ben M. Shelton of Brownwood and Miss Annie Shelton of the History department of Howard Payne. He is one of the best known and best liked members of the faculty. Piofessor Shelton la stern but friend- ly progressive but not to excess. At the present he is manager of athletics professor of Mathematics and college bursar. Miss Francis Camp was elected as teacher of the Art department. Mrs. W. D. McCully was elected as teacher of piano; and Mrs. Under- wood as teacher of voice. Both of these were wise selections. When Miss Sparks resigned as pro- fessor of Public Spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1934

.nl s.t j FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET rm A PLACE WHERE FRIENDS MEET AT PA AND MA Opposite Post Office National Music Week Program In Chapel Thursday As a special feature of National Music Week the regular B. S. U. cha- pel period Thursday was devoted to a program of vocal and whistling solos. Miss Lee Ray Chandler student in Daniel Baker and sponsor for Na- tional Music Week programs In Brownwood gave three whistling se- lections representing a wide variety and Including "The Rosary" "When Day Is Done" and "Puddin' head Jones." Mrs. Norman Locks offered a vocal solo "The Second Minuet;" and Mrs. Lightfoot sang "Who'll Buy My Lav- ender" and an encore "April Fool." The college has given special promi- nence to music dining this week endeavoring to have as many outside representatives as possible to appear. ADVANCED (Continued from page 1) (Tosti) by Genevieve Mclnroe; and "Over the Hills to You" by John Wester. Speech: "The Monastery" (Marjorle Keenan) by Genevieve Abney and "Anc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 September 1934

WELCOME HPC INJECT INTO THE SLIMES THAT HOWARD PAYNE SPIRIT VOL. XXI. No. 1. COACHES BEGIN THE BRAIN STORM The preliminaries and semi-finals will be held this week as well as next week wherein the upperclassmcn will piovo in their bouts with the lowly slimes the suptemacy of the former and the degeneracy of the latter. All of the lowly classmen are signed up and are trying to get their classes ananged. Mr. W. F. Adams made a decided hit with all of the slimes who signed up for his classes. When they hand him their form 19 he reads their name and says "Oh yes you are Mr. Jones' boy I know you." The slime thinks "My goodness where did he get to know my paw." The old band will be led by a innb of slimes who will have to be taught through the prescriptions consisting of H. P. Spirit ye old paddle and the Line the art of smearing and blasting some spirit Into the student body. Yea! A magnificent collection of mo- rons these band fish. Taking it all in all we've come to the following conc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 September 1934

TUP HOWARD PAYNE WILLOW JACKET I) Page Two o5n. YCT t m Enteral at the post office as Kt'cond-davs SUBSCRIPTION HATES : Subscription per school year & Wit Charter Membeis Tea Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for How aid Pane College Senior Baptist College at Hrownwood Teas as a part of the .student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) A IXEN' Jr WOOD-ROW SMITH PATRONIZE .1 CKET ADVERTISERS Students if you would like to see this feeble effoil come out every week please patronize .Jacket adcrliseis. Do not onlv patronize them but mention the Yellow Jacket when you purchase anything at their establishment. Ye old menhant might ieceie you with open arm- thin again ho might stai t tin owing thing- we hardlv think how u or. that he will ic-oit to the latter. So In it at least one time anywav. The Jacket wdl hae to dop nd n- tiroly this ear on the suppoit ot the local mei chants since the administration h:i - mug the death knell ot cig.uette aduti-e-ments. Hence een with the Mip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 September 1934

Page Three Students! We Welcome You to Brown wood! THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THE LINDBERG CAFE Welocme Old and New Students SANDWICHES - COLD DRINKS We Appreciate Your Business Across Fisk Ave. from Campus THINGS ARE LOOKING GOOD FOR HOWARD PAYNE We Hope You Will Have a Great Year CITIES SERVICE STATION Across the street from your College Wants and Will Appreciate Your Business MALLOW & WHATLEY Operators Football Schedule Howard Payne - - September 28 Sun Marcos Teachers at San Marcos October 5 Trinity University at Hrownwood October 12 Terrell Military College at Hrownwood October 15) Austin CoIIckc Sherman at Sherman October 20 McMurry College Abilene at Abilene Novmber .'5 Abilene Christian College at Hrownwood November 10 St. Edwards University at Austin November lfi Schreiner Institute Keerville at Hrownwood November 2.'1 Westmoreland (tenative) November 2!) Southwestern University at Hrownwood H. P. C. Sudents Welcome! To our City. The first day Howard Payne opened ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 September 1934

Page Tour THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET Campus Comments Well boys and girls ladles and gen- tlemen and flsh here we are back again for another nine months grind. How do you freshmen like the looks of our deah ole Alma Mater. ( Just a tip: It better look mighty good when you are talking to uppers.) It sho' Is swell to be back on the campus of the ole Bastllo and see so many familiar faces exposing themselves to the pub- lic eye. Right now I feel like break- ing down and singing that "Good Old Howard Payne Line." You freshmen may not understand that but you will before the year is over. Just mark my words. But enough of this sob stuff; let us get down to business. It is still a lit- tle early to attempt to write this sort of line. No one Is settled down enough yet to have thoughts about the little birdies and bees the moon- light nights you and the O. A. O. (One and Only to you freshmen.) Anything said In the column for the next few weeks will not be definite and will be subject to r...

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