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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1935

Hi :;i '- TfELLO WW S-jjMf I ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 Jaw STT iT-.M LIT nT fiSA 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 BOB L. ENGLISH Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter Truett Parker Weita Richmond Reporters. GOING HOME Going home; those two words after the nine months that have been spent away from the old homestead interrupted occa- sionally perhaps by a trip of short duration to spend a week-end at home with the family are sweet music to the college student s ears. Going home for three long months but what are you going to do during that time? There are perhaps quite a few things wait- ing around the house that may or must be done as soon as the first day or two of g...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1935

JMJ wwmz (hZ .iHaB.asHB (y wt(v- ;k$4 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1935 jN w v Juniors Sophs and Freshmen We Wish You a Nice Vacation 3e3Mp9HhHPSHHmmmH rl -And n?e hope to have privelege of serving you again in '35-36 Compliments of the following: THE JACKET'S NEST BOOK EXCHANGE "Where You Meet Your Friends" " I wish to take this opportunity to thanlc you for your fine support and patronage. I have enjoyed your friendship and the pleasure of serving you. Seniors may you meet with the greatest of success. Jun- iors Sophomores and Freshmen I wish you a pleasant vaca- tion and back next Fall full of pep with that old school spirit. Sincerely E. E. TERRELL. GILLIAM RADIO SHOP for Radio Service Lock Key Work PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR RENT Phone 110 603 Center J. L. BROWN & SON JEWELERS See Our Prices Before You Decide on Your GRADUATING GIFTS 222 Center Ave. Phone 464 " "" . SENIORS We wish you lots of success in all that you do. LEVERIDGE BROWNBILT SHOE STORE Shoe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1935

Hi I rr-T. J. . PLAN NOW . . . TO COME BACK AND BRING OR BE THE CAUSE OF AT LEAST ONE MORE COMING TO H. P. C. You Have Learned to Love H. P. C. and We Like You a Lot Too. Wishing You a Pleasant Summer Good Bye Until We See You Again BETTIS& GIBBS Inc HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES THE RESPONSIBILITY OF YOUTH (Ed. Note: The following article was written by "Uncle Bud" Russell chief transfer agent of the Texas Pri- son System. It was read in chapel by Albert McChristy and was received with much enthusiasm by the entire student body. Since that time there has been quite a demand for a copy of the speech and the administrative office has received permission from Mr. Russell for its publication and therefore we give it to you in print. ) Life stretches its glamorous way befoie your eager feet. The distant scene possesses an allure that is irre- sistible. The mysteries of the future promise glorious adventure golden hours success and ecstacies which fill the veins with fire. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 September 1935

- "V V. FRESHMEN THRONG CAMPUS TODAY f "v. HOWARD PAYNE h Attend Pep K TTTT mw" AW A TjBB T A W T' THTl HelpTho8e Rallies and Get IX Ld I Iff llAflSW I V M lt mW I I Jackets Win 'the Spirit If i1 IWWilpHA I AAI II r I I Another VOLUME XXII. No. 1 NEW BOENICKE MUSEUM DONATED TO HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ADDITIONAL COLLECTIONS MADE The Boenicke Museum which was recently donated to the college by Mr. Boenicke of Coleman county on the old gentleman's eightieth birthday is one of the most valuable and rare col- lections of its kind according to Pro- fessor of Science O. E. Winebrenner. The collection is valued at $15000 and the school is planning to con- struct a building on the vacant lot ad- joining the Science Hall -to house the treasure. The materials from which the building will be made have not yet been decided upon but' the ad- ministration has been thinking about making the outside of rock venire with the inside being composed of sheet rock. The work will probably be done in the early...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 September 1935

v te m. 'I Vs!. fcff r.' s? ffl m 5 3 . T l Stl r l-V' Iv'V. If li - ' Ir I I'. r fc 4 3 5$ f?3 1 tu2 t9 hi 'tfs V'Ji m ?T m IKS IX ; mLo Entered at the Post Office at Browmvood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year Charter Member-. Texa- Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Bro'wnwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. T II E S T A V V BOB L ENGLISH Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter LINDSAY DUBLIN Special Reporter JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist BUY YOUR FRESHMAN CAP The frosh caps aie now on sale! Get yours now and avoid the rush. You will never be sorry that you invested the mere seventy-five cents that one will cost you and the cap will be an insignia that will allow you to really act your age during your first year in the old institution. Every freshman in the class of ':'!) should be proud of the fact that h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 September 1935

7 "V" The Following Business Men Welcome You to THE JACKETS NEST Student Owned and Operated "LET'S GET ACQUAINTED" USED BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES HOWARD PAYNE STICKERS Sandwiches Hamburgers Coney Islands Cigarettes Candies and Cold Drinks TRY OUR PLATE LUNCHES IN BROWNWOOD IT'S EZH5S Five Rexall Drug Stores "It's Smart to Save Shop at RENFRO'S" WELCOME STUDENTS VISIT US SOUTHERN HOTEL CLEANERS Sandy M.'King "Master of the Tape" Southern Hotel Bldg. Phon 6 1 Howard Payne STUDENTS AND FACULTY We Welcome You Back for ANOTHER SCHOOL YEAR When We Can Serve You Call Us DUBLIN & CANON ROY BYRD Dyeing and Cleaning Hatters - Pleating Men's Furnishings Phone 867 4 1 2 Center Ave. SANITARY BARBER SHOP WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINES8 106 Center Avenue All Kinds of Shoe Repairing CHAS. L. FAULKINBERRY "THE SHOE MAN" 906 Center Avenue WELCOME TO OUR STORE YOU WILL BE GLAD YOU VISITED US GILLIAM RADIO SHOP THE Phone HO 603 Center TO HER HEART School and Social Stationery sc $1.00 McLellan's 5c $1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 September 1935

ry Sl CS -V ft h'fJH it - ' L?i k.- ' Iffi I3 IJ ir l"x It f Hlft ir 1 IT & tv RH 3 n r ' -3 & S B ? M HELLO! HELLO! WELCOME NEW STUDENTS! WELCOME OLD STUDENTS! We Are Very Happy to Have Every One of You in Howard Payne College PAY US A VISIT AS SOON AS YOU HAVE A FEW MINUTES TO SPARE We Want You to Make This Store Your Store Bettis & Gibbs Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRATION 1. All .students will fust inteniew Mi Shelton. who will issue charge cards for the semester's work. 2. Freshmen will then present charge cards to Mts. Can oil in the main office and secure fiom hc-i a status card Fieshmen finin unaffili- ated high schools must make arrange- ments for taking entrance examina tions which will be in char e of Miss Shelton. 3. Sophomores Juniors and Seniors will present chirge caids to Mr Ha- any class by any teacher unless these vins in the Main Office who will ' class tickets are presented by the stu- issue status cards. Juniors ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 September 1935

! -Ttf - r" HOWARD 4 j A PAYNE h southern K ttT T AVfAEiK Ti AYIVTll ATrEND Hotel Cleaner. l mlAftBlt I A I 'IX Lj I I PEP VOLUME XXI No. 2 JACKETS FIRST PEP MEETING OF BAKER ELECTED HEAD YELL LEADER PARKER FAILS TO RETURN Greenlee and Ward Assistants Brooks Baker junior In the college and two years experienced man as yell leader was elected head yell lead- er over J. Elton Greenlee senior Mon- day morning after Frank McCreary had been eliminated Friday in the preliminary race. It was necessary to elect a head yell leader this late in the season be- cause of the fact that Melvin Parker who was elected to the position last spring was unable to return to school this year and his resignation was not received until Thursday. Parker has a job in his home town Goose Creek and did not feel that he should give It up to come back to school as he is able to continue with his education at night at Robert E. Lee Junior College. Baker has been in school for the past two years and has been one of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 September 1935

p& til 'J m tV S M !- tf .i u -i J l4r l f1 '.?' ii ' . F- ?. F f &: IS s5 .M Jt &-J J Ft J PB la t YELLO Entered at the Post Office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year 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. T H E K BOB L ENGLISH WOODROW SMITH A. C. GARVIN LINDSAY DUBLIN HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY TRUETT PARKER JOE McDONOUGH JAMES R. SAUNDERS DO YOU HAVE A GUIDE? The following wa found in southern institution after his Midden death. He was a young preacher. He wa.- from the home of a prosperous oil man a boy ot nineteen tion moth est funerals ever known in the remark-able ability and cnaracier ami iieo aooui me age oi same the person who has to put out real labor for the sake ot brilliant conecrated and loyal to Uirist. I his quota-; an education is sure to jrain certain insights into life that those found in hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 September 1935

Pa's Letter to Slime Dear Son Eblnever: I was pretty nigh glad to get your letter tellln me all about schul and such only there is a few things t would like to have explained to me. Furst what Is this upperclass stuff? If you are being classed below your level In that schul the best thing for you to do is to come home and help me juice these heffers. Ill have those people in Howard Pain Colledge know that the honerable name of.Finkel- steln is not only a replacate of the higher type of things but is also a barnyard world. We .are people of the old south and our people came over in a barge before the Maylllly ever was built. What is this about you fallin for one of them codads. If you calnt be true to Armldlllo while you are away you had better quit schul and ill pun- ish you by sendin you to Daniel Bug- ger. Thet should be a fair to middlin torture. They tell me that you cut a pretty good head of hair and we should have sent you to a tonlllatory institution to start with. These dadg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 September 1935

lii.i 17 IV. ' t . r h- r.- W US I Is I I- I I s W" it -M 4 E3 HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES EVERYTHING YOU WEAR FROM HEAD TO FOOT BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. The Ladies' Store T. C. U. ROSTER H. P. C. VARSITY ROSTER Name and Position Llnne Tackle Brown Quarterback Walker Tackle McClure Halfback Stokes End Lawrence Halfback Kellow Guard Groseclose Tackle Cowan Tackle Needham End House Quartet back Ellis Guard Montgomery Quarteib. James Guaul Seybold Guard Harrcll Halfback Dlggs End Lester (C) Center Roberts Fullback Godwin Tackle Roach End Phares Center Kline Halfback Walls End Manton Fullback Fulenwider Halfback Rogers Guatd McCall Halfback Peavy Guard Harrison Guard Meyer End Dunlap End Holt Tackle Mayne Guard Baugh Quaiteiback Nelson Tackle Snow End McClanahan Fullback Tittle Center Clark Halfback Blackmon Halfback Wt 205 1G0 100 180 173 185 175 215 190 1510 1G0 200 ISO ISO 1S5 175 ISO 210 170 220 175 190 190 190 185 1G5 180 ISO ISO 190 175 180 195 180 180 190 185 175 185 IS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 September 1935

WAR DECLARED! ON CHEANEYMEN niifUA.n Bar "W"m "V b" .mssjwv k ymssr mwr A akiMr" "wr" "vpv aavn Its the nest southern M W W T A jBpjR A k m f w p . Hotel Cleaners 1 L I I llAlfSIf' I V BX K I I Anderson's sandy king I W III llflf Pfl'w I Z.1 lk I I I Barber Shop phone 61 m W W W 0n bH wNiL Ill ill I ' II Southern Hotel VOLUME XXI No. 3. JACKETS JACKETS ARE OVERWHELMED BY BIG FROGS IN FORT WORTH SAT. With a very disheartening loss of 41-0 to the powerful T. C. U. Horned Frogs the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets opened the 1935 season in Fort Worth last Saturday. This was the first defeat suffered by Howard Payne since November 11 1933 when St. Edwards eked out a 7-0 win over them. The loss although was not nearly as bad as it sounds for the Frogs did not run over the Jackets gbut on the other hand the Jackets K? practically gave them all of their touchdowns. The Jackets had a hard time keeping their hands on the plg- nkln and thev fumbled four times $i within their own twenty yaid line S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 September 1935

1 I IV 1-1 '! 7 i I u 13 U J 14 yello Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year 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 BOB L ENGLISFI Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN A. C. GARVIN HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY TRUETT PARKER joe Mcdonough JAMES R. SAUNDERS Freshmen Coppinger and Connor Truett Parker and Lois Mercer FOR HOWARD PAYNE MY ALL Stanley Coppinger Since the beginning of the school term what have the Fresh- men had drilled upon their minds? What do we hear on the foot ball field? In town? Every place My All." From the Freshman who paused to salute it to his fellow class mate who is looking for it; why not help us find it? The large blue and gold bill Yes key word to Howard Payne is totally lost from the wonder- ing eyes of everyone. Seats...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 September 1935

v-3 WILL ROGERS WAS DRESSED UP ONCE IN HIS TIME-AT KEMPER Although he masked it behind a rlchly-hued vocabulary of barbarisms taught him by cow-punchers the late Will Rogers had more schooling than was the lot of his boyhood companions In Oolagah Indian Territory where he was born in 1879. He recited out of McQuffey's Readers in the Willie Hassell school In Neosha Missouri. Af ter he had written seven books and a million words he still Insisted that McGuffey's Readers were mighty puz- zling volumes. A mother's desire to make him a Methodist minister took him out of the corral and enrolled him In Kemper Military Academy at Boonevllle Mis- souri. This was toney and starchy business; but his prosperous ranching father was busy drafting the consti- tution of Oklahoma and he wanted his son to be able to read it. At Kemper there was much emphasis on horses. So far as reading was con- cerned Will didn't have to buy glasses until many years after Kemper days. He won a cadet horseman's prize...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 September 1935

i I ii-rr H iU I SI a I & H I I? l'i 'A ft 15 i & Style News from Headquarters for COLLEGE GIRLS1 CLOTHES THE MILITARY MODE is the new thing in the fashion world. Many striking examples of this dramatic new fashion trend may be found here. The military trend is due for tre- mendous popularity in Dresses Coats Suits Millinery and Accessories. Football Fashions. New Arrivals. See Them Today BETTIS & GIBBS INC. Across the Street from the Citizens Bank PLAY BY PLAY (Continued from page li long pass Into the end zone incom- nlptp N'unnallv failed at tackle. The Frogs drew five yards for offside. Nunnally got two at me rrog ngui tackle. Archer failed. Nunnally added two at tackle. Nunnally attempted tc punt but was smothered by Holt and the ball went over to the Frogs on the Jacket 26. Baugh got three on a fake pass. Manton ripped six yards at tac- kle then lateral passed to Baugh who raced over for a touchdown. Manton kicked the goal. T. C. U. 7. Howard Payne 0. Meyer kicked ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 October 1935

rJ HOWARD k jr . A'V' M ETVTTi Southern fe Tpy "W" fiTfif "W A W Z TX GTo Hotel Cleaners I L III mAflHIf I V IX j I I PETE ( sandy kino I W III lW I ffi BM I iA I lk B I I Anderson's Phone 61 m W W Til Htl RL lmm ill I II BarberShop VOLUME XXII. No. 4. JACKETS BOBCATS LICKED IN FIRST BOBCATS BOW BEFORE STUB- BORN JACKET ATTACK 13-6 THE HOBNOB Bob L. English School has now begun in eat nest we suppose as the teachers are beginning to inflict the punishment that always follows the school work; the tests. Great will be the moaning and loud will be the gnashing of teeth when some of the grades are sent home to the proud and doting parents but it's all in the year's work. Everything on the campus has quieted down and seems to be work- ing on the old routine scale. Even the girls have chosen for themselves one man who will be their hero and stooge. The duties of the male mem- bers of the war party consist of carry- ing books buying the drinks and eats running errands and various and sun- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 October 1935

K I H U n Id I- 2 H w it 1 la in l'i h ELLOVJACKET Entered at the Post Office nt Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 a M ')-$? r3wm e n Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne Colleye Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB L ENGLISH Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTT Y JACKSON Sports Writers TRUETT PARKER Religious Reporter JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist Freshmen Coppinger and Connor Assistant Business Managers Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters LIFE AS COMPARED WITH FOOTBALL The game of life which we are all playing may well be liken- ed unto the popular game of football. Just as in the game the going in life is sometimes easy and at others it is so hard that it .seems practically impossible to snatch victo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 October 1935

J JACKET-BOBCAT PLAY BY PLAY JACKETS "Pepper Uppers" Start New Radio Series Opening a new radio series at a new time the "Pepper Uppers' will go on the air at 5:30 p. m. Sunday Sept. 29 presenting the Southwest's own and only comedy-musical show. Broadcast before an audience of 1500 persons in the Crystal Ballroom of the Baker Hotel Dallas the show will be carried by the Texas Quality Net- work including WFAA Dallas; WBAP Port Worth; WOAI San An- tonio and KPRC Houston. Started as an experiment six months ago the "Pepper Uppers" have proved a distinct success al- though in competition with many big network broadcasts. On the new series which start's this Sunday will be the familiar Pepper Uppers' com- edy stars Sugah Pep Annie and the "sound effects" lmpresatio Butch in comedy adventures designed to out- rove the Rover Boys. The first of the seties will be col- legiately "Sugah and Her Boy Friends on the Gridiron" or "A Pig- skin In the Hand is Worth Two on the Hoof." Later comedy s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 October 1935

m r'-? i wm m. si i a !) a A j'' k i la STORE NEWS Arrivals Today NEW TWIN SWEATERS NEW NOVELTY SKIRTS ALL OVER BROWN PATENT RID SHOES WITH BUCKLES THE NEW SKIN TITE (panties l NEW BAGS NEW DRESSES NEW COATS NEW SUITS NEW FLOWERS FOR COATS AND DRFSSES NEW COLLEGIATE MILLINERY This Is some of the new things that have ai lived by express to- day. Come und see fot you! self . . . you ure always welcome to come and see whether you wish to pur- chase or not. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquaiters for College Gills Clothes BOBCATS BOW (Continued from page 1) was uneventful with H. P. C. taking to the defense and San Ma: cos tiying to score but the punting of Nunnally and the defensive play of the Jacket forward wall would let them get no- where. The Bobcats scoted their only touchdown in the thiid quartet. Aftei getting the ball on the H. P. C. 30 after blocking a punt the San Mai cos Bobcats fumbled and Thomas tecov- ered. On an exchange of punts the. Bobcats legalned the ball on the H. P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 October 1935

VM flli howard 4 jtr k paynet; h VOLUME XXII. No. 5. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1935 Price S Cents BRONCOS MEET JACKETS FOR SECOND TIME TOMORROW JACKETS TIGERS He JACKETS TO SCORELESS TIE IN WAX AHACHIE Last Friday evening the Howard! Payne Yellow Jackets opened the Conference season in Waxahachie by playing the powerful Trinity Tigers to a scoreless tie. The Jackets push- ed the Tigers all over the field and were within their twenty yard line Ave times but were never able to put over that scoring punch. The Jacekt offense both running and aetlal click- ed well in mldfield but when close to pay It seemed to bog down. The Jack- et defense was good with the Trinity bunch gathering only scant yardage from scrimmage. The Tigers gained only 86 yards from scrimmage as compared to the Jackets 226 yards. The play of Jimmy Marshall in the Jacket backfield was outstanding; with his accurate passing and good punting the Jackets were able to gain i much yardage. The play of Brady ' Tho...

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