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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 January 1935

--sr""" ' raio acket Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 3ggSSiy 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. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Ray Doyle Lindsey Dublin. Joe MacDonald Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurine Lockwood Society Editor knowledge and experiences of others. The difference between our conceptions and the conception of those we have mentioned is one dealing with broad and narrow-mindedness. It is true that some of the things we learn in science tend to make us wonder about the literal validity of the Scriptures. But because these studies do stimulate 'thought in other direct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 January 1935

INSIST ON rk Franke's for Fresh Home Made Candies FRANKE'S CANDY FACTORY ilmpus Comments Not much to talk about this week ejikety-blank Either you'se guys id .you'se gals don't do anything at I or you keep It way under cover else what you do Is not fit to print. by don't you try to co-operate with poor column wi Iters. Of course you are all well aware the fact that a new term is start- j but have you noticed what the W term has brought besides more attaches from deep concentration d study. Look around boys look ound. That old flame of Bob English is ck. Three cheers. Two and a half r Bummy Lee and a half for Bob. rhen we have the famous Moore and oore gals back in our midst. When e you going to let the first siren 11 go Winnie Mae? Who will bo e first foitunate (?) male to fall to the clutches of the powerful Win- a Mae ? Again who will be the fltst succumb to the seemingly quiet but tremely efficient' Vivian? Go to it Js. There are a number of others we ive glimpsed but haven't bee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 January 1935

) ) i - ! 'J i ; s v.. NEW SPRING MILLINERY AND FOOTWEAR White Pastels Navy Brown Black BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes THE BRAIN STORM Lots of things have transpired since this rag was last issued. There has been several marriages quite a few noteworthy deeds and even (for the lower minded) a few choice bits of scandal. We have not made up our minds yet whether to dish it out a little at a time or wait for the April Fool edition. The inquiring photogra- pher is on the job now catching peo- ple in off moments. His findings good or bad will be published in that memorable edition. The Jacket cagers have had hard luck up to this week they dropped two games to A. C. C. and McMurry by small margins after leading thru- out most of both games. They will journey south to Georgetown and Aus- tin this week and should have better luck against the Pirates and Tigers. It is certainly going to be a task signing up for this last semester. If they gave credit on every...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 January 1935

YELLO ACKET L.XXI. No. 17. forty-Seven Make fall Semester Honor Roll Toe honor roll was announced this sek and sixty-seven students of the liege made the coveted list in the II Mmestcr. Twelve of those listed are seniors urteen are juniors twenty-one arc phomores and twenty are freshmen. Following is the official list': 30 Honor Points- Frances Hester .; Edythe Home So.; and Glen Me- rit Fr. 38 Honor Points: Lottie Belle Cog- n Jri and Ova Lee Farmer So. 37 Honor Points: Louise Robbins i. 36 Honor Points: Ed Clark So.; Jlda Clements Sr.; Mary Lou Dunn .; Verena King Fr.; Loyed Sim- 3U So. and Vanlta Yates Sr. 35 Honor Points: LIHie Moon So.; air Morris Sr.; Ruth Nlall Fr.; urllne Parker Jr.; Mrs. F. H. Por- r Jr.; Mrs. Tcssie Shirley Jr.; Ed- i Taylor Sr.; and Louis Townsenu 34 Honor Point's: Jodie Caldwell .; Mayo Cleveland Fr.; Mrs. W. L. raper Sr.; Hardie Jones Fr.; Max itbam Fr.; Burley Richmond Fr.; ada Sparks So. and Juanita Wil- x Pr.. 38 Honor Points: Doris Adams So.; yra Fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 January 1935

k i 'J I J1 .1 J. yeuo ACKO Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 O'tjnaa' 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. obediently become introverts to try to discover amongst a maze of disgrunted human oddities the touchstone to a charming per- sonality. But again perhaps we are being misled. Would not common sense tell us that the emphasis should be placed upon an interpretation of others' personalities and after- ward the according adjustment of our own? Humanity opens its heart to the person who considers it all-important not to him who expects to find the answer within himself. The Prairie. THE COLUMNIST'S RIGHT There has been a flood of criticism as well as commendation come to the Yellow Jacket directly and in around about ways since the last issue of the pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 January 1935

H RELIGIOUS M iVilflDELIS CLASS MEETING roaclM indells Class of the College De- i)pmMt of the First Baptist Church in tftmday night nt the home of Dr. ltn. Karl Moore for their regu- 'ntjMoathly business and social mcet- 'te'.lBBtallatlon services were held of it tlM following officers were in- jur ltad$. feleen Marshall president; Verena if 'lit vice president; Myra Fish- ert.'2nd vice president; Mary Beth leWltOB 3rd vice president; Winnie r' cMinhall secretary; Eddie Lake etteffWteral club chairman; Dorothy coxplanlst; Ruth Voyles chorls- rfor MTtflWelta Richmond reporter. -oleVUldwlng' the business meeting re- qu.ltaneBts of hot tea sandwiches led J cookies were served to about thlr- oa glrlfl. After adjourning Dr. Moore ' ete iviryone a hamburger. Hjt T - CAREFREE COLLEGE DAYS Aiaw Alec the other day Alec who ar'l senior at the same college I nt- 11 'tied in the dim distant past. "You ky dog" I said to him barely re- filling sentimental tears at the flight of the good old days ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 January 1935

s 1 . ' i . J. I i i ; "ti"" Campus Comments And a great time was had by all last night even though the entertain- ment Is not approved by everyone the spirit and cause should be recognized as good. Say this Micky is getting to be a problem. He takes a certain date to a party and falls in love with another girl and forgetting about this date and the lovely Jessie Mae. Then he does a right good (goo-goo) job of escort- ing too. Sonny Boy is again In the spot- light this time with the famous Mary Pogue. It didn't take Jewell long to swing into action after he came back to the fold. How do you like little Gray Jewell ? We wonder what girls will be wear- ing those keen new football sweaters as an emblem of something or other? Former Student Leaves Hawaii In World Tour Miss Genevieve Abney former Howard Payne student who left at the end of the first semester on a trip around the world was to have left the Hawaiian Islands today for Yokahama. From this city she will make a thorough tour o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 February 1935

m YELLO ACKET L. XXI. No. 18. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1935 PRICK JHLETIC RELATIONS RESUMED WITH SIMMONS IRCHER TO CAPTAIN '35 F in MIEN ELECTED Former H. P. C. Star Two Collection CO-CAPTAIN J35 SQUAD -BWH-fsl lK&JBEuiy'u9 TO CAPTAIN 35-11 To Coach 8. H. S. 3ervice Archer three-year football n and Yellow Jacket backfield star 8 elected to captain the 1035 How- I Payne foot ball team. Ray O'Brien o a Junior was named co-captaln the 1935 squad. rhe election of the captains did not ce place as it usually does at the aual football banquet but the squad m this year handed their vote in to ach Cheaney when they received )lr 1986 football sweaters in chapel t week. Archer was one of the mainstays the Jacket grid machine the past ison and showed a marvelously cool ad in handling the team from the Id general position. It has his shif- bips and tricky passing that pick- up many yards as well as scores the Jackets the past season. O'Brien was like a brick wall in the e. Althoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 February 1935

dents With Cold i4fTreated on New 1 1 Vaccine i.'BJhtJreley Calif. Students suffer- Bf&aVom common colds at the Unl- taatty of California now are treated fc U University hospital with a vac- 4iV:Mveloped during the past three NAN' by Berkeley scientists it was HVSalid recently. r;W4Robt. T. Legge university phy- MlikVsald the treatment was devel- fStfl.Vy Dr. A. P. Krueger associate WafMlhar of bacteriology and conslst- (d' hypodermic injections of a vac- 4aa known as "cold antigen." UK"' vaccine is assertedly made by IlHhdtlng unmodified proteins and HWiydrates from the cells of bac- &tf hlch are the "secondary invad- rtyi common cold cases. ' flS'new development is not only MtAcial in treatment of colds Dr. Jagf1 stated but is also effective as flfWentatlve. iffesfwOMENIN I EXCAVATION : TOSYRIA Wdlesley Mass. Two young Wel- 'tbbjfj graduates are the first women o' bo1' Included in the archaeological kpedftion to Antioch-on-the-Orontes .bOUf to begin its fourth season of xc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 February 1935

si kr-tjar" i N 4 I i ' J yeuo acket Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: SuBscription per school year $1.00 mffK 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. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager .Toe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Lindsey Dublin and Joe McDonough Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurlne Lockwood Society Editor Peace Ballot 973965 voted in favor of England's remaining in the League. The all-round abolition of naval and military aircraft by international agreement was advocated by 87 per cent of the voters. Nearly 93 per cent of the voters in the English Peace Ballot advocated an international agreement for the prohibition of the manufacture and sale of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 February 1935

I 4 i K'wr" 'i s l!"li 1 Join the Navy Navy Dresses Shoes Hats and Accessories may be found in abundance at 8ETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Navy with White Shoes and Accessories Learn about other popular new Spring shades and the clever new styles by paying a visit to your favorite Ladies' Store Bettis & Gibbs Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes THE BRAIN STORM Well we work this week but we will get to lay back and rest (?) next week when the Slime edition comes out. Let us say here that we hope that you will not be offended by any thing that the slimes say for it is after all in fun and every one else will laueh at the trap on you if you do frnvLTi .Top nnd some of the other journalistically inclined slimes have already started writing but all contri butions sane or otherwise will be welcomed by the staff. Signing up for the new semester reminds us of a variation of that an- cient classic "Into the valley of debt rode the five hundred." SLIMES LETTER TO PA Deer Pappy: This impu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 February 1935

TCLLO MHEI fOUTTXI. No. 19. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14 1935 PRICK I P. C. WINS SECOND OF WEEK FROM PIRATES j ! X x E E IACKETS NOSE OUT ST. EDS 46-43 SCORE Jackets Win 4440 In Extra Period Thriller t'lU- Tig iters Come Back Hard in Final Period ' Led In tlieir scoring by Gray and Whitmire the Howard Payne Yellow rackets romped to another victory wer'the St. Edwards' Tigers Monday light The Tigcis were a bit tougher than was expected especially in the art half but the Jacket's came thru urith the long end of the score as was sxpected. The win was by a 39 to 33 margin after about forty minutes of i nip and tuck race. The locals started stiong and for a few minutes it looked like it was go- ing to be a one-sided affair with the Some team scoring about as it pleas- ed. At the half the Jackets had amas- sed a 22 to 13 lead despite the fact that all of the starters were lemoved several minutes before the interim. After the half with the regulars in the game the Jackets were forc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 February 1935

mwr" T I ' T iWi i i muj . v .jr M ACKET Entered at the post office at Browmvood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 SprC Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Browmvood Texas as a part of the student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr VVOODROW SMITH Joe Drake Clinton Voyles and Bob English Lindsey Dublin and Joe McDonough Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Milton Ramsour Assistant Maurinc Lockwood Editor Business Manager . Associate Editor Sports Columnists Reporters Business Manager Society Editor IRREVERENCE There are those who go to Sunday School and church through a force of habit and at the same time congratulate themselves on their piety and righteousness. They do not stop to consider that their actions reactions and their irreverence defeat the primary purpose of church attendance. It is disgraceful even a display of vulgarity an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 February 1935

At the Theatres AT THE LYRIC Inmtay Friday Saturday Feb. 21 Si "Broadway Bill" with War- ' Baxter and Myrna Loy. ItlBday Monday Feb. 24 25 therine Hepburn in "Little Minte- i Mtday Wednesday Feb. 20 27 Ude Raines in "The Man Who Re- ims His Head." AT THE GEM Sunday Friday Feb. 21 22 udatia Colbert in "Cleopatra." laturday Feb. 23 Bill Cody in ostler Days." luaday Monday Feb. 24 25 Rich- Dtx and Irene Dunne in "Clmar- ii tecday Wednesday Feb. 26 27 i Tracy in the "Lemon Drop Kid." WHO'S WHO By Henry Mount ewel Daughety: A red hot mamma j la breaking out with loves early ama In several different places sre he can't scratch. The large oys- ln a amall shell that is as dizzy a run In a stocking because young thlnvar just rode west with a case idle stab fork in his hand. Should ke a success in the future doctor- owls and pollywags with the tum-ache. lonny Boy Winebrenner: A thin nked rolled sock pink headed boy t Is shaving watts off cucumbers I selling them for periods and com- s to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 February 1935

Tarzan Winner F " - ! "V 'f y . m - SMART CORRECT SPORTY ' THE VERY NEWEST SPORT PATTERNS - SPORT MODELS A SURE FIT SOUTHERN HOTEL CLEANERS SANDY KING. Master of the Tape The Voeuel 4' '2-' LADIES SMART APPAREL m. V 206 Center .V i t LYRIC V 1 t j 1 It! Jackets ife Hit I ."'CO TiTI BRAIN STORM Wk42 ; ri ; a. u 11 is j u v m rf r n ci t. n tr- HUt? lL3kliWt.iZ&W SUNDAY AND MONOAi nn V" - . '' 'i srv m 1 Mm Ii Fast M Howard r.iyne's Yellow Jackets made it two wins in a row Tuesday night bv scalping' the McMurrv Indi- ans by the score of 4 G to 11. Lit Grav who has boon out foi several weeks with a sprained ankle returned to ac- tion and led the scoring with sixteen points Whitehead stellar Jacket guai d tied with Meek of McMurry for second honots with eleven points. JIcMuuv led at the half bv the score or 22 to 19. At the beeinning of the second hilf the Yellow .tickets turned on the sieani in the leal snse of the woid. It ws not long until H ft u lesuor n uum ? a. Who founded Chi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1935

Ynin ACKET OL.XXI. No. 20. IACKETS TO ?Hflfl Willi filAin KM HKIIIA ON GRIDIRON y jilavlng stayed in their own back- lM aad played only the schools in 'a aaialler conferences since 1930 nea they battled the S. M. U. Mus- jagie to a 13-13 draw the Jackets uTagaln step up against some of the Mlg-ttate" boys next fall when they teat the T. C. U. Frogs in Fort Worth "r the first game of the season on yptamber 24 according to J. Horace dJapr-JKielton athletic director flhe contract which was completed iA signed Tuesday calls for two RaMeVtthe first of which will be play- jJltf'FOrt Worth on September 24 JB5 and the second of which will tthe two teams pitted against each irtn Brownwood on September 19 86. "The Jackets have always been C(to to hold their own against any of v.9 le&ms irom me aouinwesi uoiuer- jbe and the two games should be a Hf "drawing card. When the Jackets meet the Frogs Fort Worth next fall they will meet eh men as Darrell Lester an All- jMrlcan center Jimmy Lawren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1935

A sfu I ' tw"" ' '. V t ' " J YELLO ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 Of 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. SPECIAL EDITION STAFF (On Account of Editor's Vacation) BOB ENGLISH Editor A. C. GARVIN Associate Editor LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor JOE McDONOUGH Assistant Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager CLARK ROBERDS Reporter DR. DAUGHETY We hear a great deal of praise and congratulations being showered on our faculty members and other school authorities every day but there is one man who is connected with the insti- tution in an unofficial way who receives a very little part of the recognition that he is due. He has done as much or more for the school as any one man has ever done and should in my way of thinking be given due credit for his he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1935

E2eE Byrd Motors Went 30000 Miles COMPLIMENTS OF PA and MA Opposite Post Office 3 I f Sunaiaary of Automotive JO j TPrijw at South Pole Shows ; Alaazing Performance. ' ty ttat. Comdr. George O. Neville BtttltUe Officer and Futl Engineer I Bfr4' Antarctic Expedition Engineer' kt' Oifetr on Byrd't TrantatiantUt FUtktt 'Second in Command Byrd V Yor Pof BipeJio ITTLB AMERICA ANTARC- TtOA Feb. 6: (via Mackay !U4t) The second Byrd Antarctic KxMtttlon left Little America to- 1$ aay bringing most of IU automotive i eflulpmnt with It the big Condor plaaa William Horllck which has data wieh magnificent work In long s ttMa. under the skilled guidance lot Marald June; the useful Ueneral MaA JfBgrlm planes; the Fokker Wraaaai five years ago 400 miles Mt 'brought In and repaired by jOoauaander Schlossbach; the Fok- ker asi autogyro wrecked on this expedition; the big three-motored Ford plane Just dug up after five "" yoara onder the snow here one ot tkt two little Citroen tractors and the big Cle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1935

!il!l i ? wr- .1. t 1 r ' l . JOE McDONOUGH Sells Shoes Every Day After Four o'Clock Afternoons Joe invites all his friends to come in and see the New Spring and Summer styles NEW WHITE AND SPRING SHOES $1.98 to $8.50 NEW SANDALS $1 and $1.95 Bettis & Gibbs Inc. Headquarters for College Girls WE OFFER YOU THE HIGHE3T QUALITY SERVICE Cash and Carry CITY DRY CLEANERS 100 Center Ave. BROWNWOOD HI (Continued from page 1) made seven points to two for the champions. Early in the final period the Coleman quintet took a one point lead at 21-20 but the Lions spurted to score two field goals in a hurry and regain the advantage. Another Coleman field goal reduced the lead to one point but a gratis shot by Cof- fey put the Brownwood boys two points to the good the winning mar- gin. The game was fast and well played and featured the fast breaking plays of the Lions against the sensational distance shooting of the Coleman team. The Brownwood plays worked to fair advantage in the first half bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1935

Ksfev VET n irLLU .T No. 21 ROWNWOOD TEXA8 FRIDAY MARCH 15 1935 PRICK BO w n 'its t m fm jtwomrw iHBu AIM: 1 ortance of I Earnest" Here March 26 testation of the "Import- llBf .Earnest" has been def- it for Tuesday Hatch 26 Let N. Shelton Dramatic etor. oportancc of Being Earnest" i-act English comedy by the aedy playwright Oscar Wil- CMt of characters is as fol- a Worthing J. P. Mike Bet- Bettis; Algetnon Moncrief lleo Jr.; Rev. Canon Chasu- .( Gerald Riddell; Merriman bona; Lane David Morris; acknell Lauster McDonald; ne Fairfax Blanche Dabney; rdew Vanita Yates and Miss ine Page. ay had begun property re- the first of the week and un- trectlon of Mrs. Shelton this S6 performance of the How ie Players should be above Keeks Honor toll Announced onor roll for the first six the spring semester was an- from the office the first of :. The roll lists the name of dents.. Fifteen of this nura- freshmen eleven are sopho- Ixteen arc juniors and eight rs. oor-Points: J. M. Bradford s. Morris...

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