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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 October 1935

3 M n. 11 'rft. raio WW yfeWJm m 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 Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE BOB L ENGLISH WOODROW SMITH LINDSAY DUBLIN A. C. GARVIN HENRY WILSON and SCOTT Y TRUETT PARKER JOE McDONOUGH JAMES R. SAUNDERS Freshmen Coppinger and Connor. Truett Parker and Lois Mercer OH WHERE. OH WHERE IS THAT SPIRIT GONE? For years around this campus we have heard that the How ard Payne Spirit is greater than that on any other campus in the world. The opponents realized this fact and feared ever more than they did they team the spirit that they knew would be pump- ed into that team. And now what do we have? A big bunch of lolligogers who don't give a darn whether we win or not. You don't believe it huh? Well just look around and see how many uppers are com- ing out to the pep ra...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 October 1935

'91 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Karl H. Moore Pastor (ADJOINING HOWARD PAYNE CAMPU8) A Church Home for All College Students Sunday School . 9:45 a.m. Church Worship 10:50a. m. B. T. U . 6:30 p.m. Church Worship 7:30 p.m. Church Night Hour Wednesday. 7 :30 p. m. Choir Practice Wednesday 8: 1 5 p. m. Orchestra Practice Tuesday . 6 :00 p. m. Prof. G. A. Brooks Supt. Religious Activities 1 Life Service Band meets every Mon- J day night. You are invited to come 4 to the meetings and enjoy the splen- ydid programs. A If you have not found a place where 'it you can work then Join the Service fBand for there is a place for evcry- 1 '!one to work. i The Band put on a splendid pro- i "gram at Calvary Baptist Church last j ' Sunday. This group of young people jjjvislt the shut-ins every Sunday even- ting bringing cheer and comfort to j .those who are not ableto go to other . services. . Our aim Is to have one hundred .boys in the college class next Sunday. j jn the class we believe that you will I re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 October 1935

n lrt. . "it r m M IT-' Ik! "J 3 rt 0 ir-t w w 1 li a la v M M New Arrivals in Ladies1 Footwear HERE IS A HOT SHOE ALU OVER BROWN PATENT The new buckle style In blown patent is the newest novelty shoe. Patent kid soft and easy to cai. Price $4.95 BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. HOBNOB (Continued from page 1) dents. The only thing wiong with that .sort of affair is that theie aie not enough of them Why we do not know but it looks as though it would be a simple mattei fot the diffeient classes to entertain themselves and others at various times dining the year. It would help the school spuit und would also help the students to become better acquainted with one another. Most of the othei schools have theii dances but as we heie in a Baptist institution do not believe in school dances we should at least tiy to furnish some type of enteitainment for the students. So we say hooray for Mary Pogue and Geitrude Gray for their efforts in gaining a doim paity for tonight. May theie be many moie of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 October 1935

GO GET TM JACKETS Ir1 . HOMIARD M- PAYNE j IL- " ? AmWB JHW . 2TS1 Phone i VOLUME XXII. No. 7T BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1935 Price 5 Cents JACKETS MEET AUSTIN FRIDAY THE HOBNOB Bob L. English ft.iii i.. ifc r-. rfA. Congiatulations to the Jackets on the lmpinemont that they showed In jlhcir tunning attack against the liicncs 'nits ween inc Australian Hoppcts arc due to be moie than tough and it is ijolng to take cveiy- thlng that the team the student body nnd the faculty has lo come out of the scrap with the long end of the Hcoie but still v.e'ie betting on the 'Jackets to do just that. 1 W It is time jImi that the students bc- Kln to think Feiiously of the special tain lot the A. C C. game on Novcm- fbet 1. The tialn has alieady been ob- tained and it is up lo jou the student &body to see that it becomes a leallt) Mfey putch.ising youi tickets us soon us ipossible. It has been iuite a while ?foince the Jackets have been accom- panied by a special and it should be tdo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 October 1935

ICi 5 m n I lr WjJi Wf If '4 wazLi i ig MKET SPORBlT Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year .$1.00 3r. j T v. y - 5r "Vi 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. T H E S T A F F 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 SHALL THE SENIOR RINGS BE STANDARDIZED? The problem of whethei or not the Senior class rings will be standardized tor the school generation that is now in the institu- tion is confronting us now. There are several arguments for and Last week Joe Che...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 October 1935

TOWN TALK Just by means of opening the broad- cast there Is a very musical triangle strolling around on the campus. The Morrls-Harlow-(7) one that Is cer- Stalnly playing a tune. g Betty Wagnon must be starting a -ahonn rnnnh. nr nt lonst shfi in making A" v - contacts with a "sheepherder." I And Blanche Dabney has the ranch- ing Idea too. They are even looking 3 for material over at Simmons. a Too speaking of ranches Joe Wal- Ston must be starting a monkey ranch I from the looks of his collection In the parade. Nice work Joe. What does 3 Helen think of the Idea? 5 And there is an old adage about Show Slime Vandivcr would like fot f Bailey Foi ester to be her "Crosby." Ah now Mac West Bailey can't sing f very well on a fire escape. Boy oh boy did you see the How- aid Payne repiesentatlon in the "col- oicd" section at the Lyric Saturday night? Sounded funny for White sis- ters to be there. Fish" Robertson certainly grum- bles a lot or is It Cy Blackstock who does the most of the grum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 October 1935

4 n i 11 i Hi r SI fl 11 I ims l.-tf m m I New Arrivals Today . . . THE NEW SCARFS ALSO SCARF AND BLLT SETS They are really different that is what has revolutionized Scarfs. Just unpacked Twin Sweater Sets More Colorful than evor. Brushed Wool Sets Leading. All weather Trench Coats smarter and newer than ever. Cravanette process keep you dry when it rains . . . Good to wear when it's dry or wet. Come and see whether you wish to purchase or not. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes THESE JACKETS ARE OUT TO BREAK THAT KANGAROO JINX TOMORROW LINCOLN SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR FROSH MEET SHINS CARETS TOITE IN TILT By Stanley Coppinger The lhalty between Hv;nd Pajno ami Simmons will be lenewed tonight as Coach Hale sends his fiosli against the strong Yeai lings at Abilene This only opens the tue wotks against the two schools this season. GAME SUPPOSED (Continued fiom page 1) the Austin College boys plenty of ttouble The Jackets will moie than l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 October 1935

i tw" rf-v Y t HOWARD 4 J k PAYNEjT1! ! Tjr VT!T T IARKT A TZ"CTl .6 scalp those I Ld III lMilllr I l B m I I Southern Hotel f! I 1 III I If If WnOfUltA I I Fk I II Cleaners -i Indians W h -Tin lTkA I M ill I II c j !( - " is I VOLUME XXII. No. 7. cMURRY INDIANS OUT FOR JACKETS' BLOOD FRIDAY THE HOBNOB 5 Bob L. English 7 Another week another football game. During football season the only thing of any Importance that seems to happen around here Is the football. The game last week was a good game even though the Jackets Were unable to take the strong Kan- garoos Into camp. Both teams looked ltrong and would have been a shade tough for any of the Texas Confer- ence teams. Taken all in all It was a hard fought game from beginning to nd and as Pat Cagle coach of the Lions said in pep meeting Tuesday fight a let up by either team on any play would have meant defeat for the weakened team. i I The McMurry Indians are going to be out for blood tomorrow night and are due to be plenty hard for...

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

I- I1. 1 in Lis i ftj ftl yello mmMrjL ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 a mH &e 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 LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers TRUETT PARKER Religious Reporter JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters STANLEY COPPINGER Asst. Business Manager OVA LEE FARMER Columnist the sponsors fail to let the student members take the initiative. After all. this is the time for every pupil to learn to preside over groups to direct policies and to understand just how an activity is managed. His should be the real work of the club ; the sponsor should ...

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

KANGAROO-JACKET PLAY BY PLAY i The game opened with Austin Col- liege kicking off to H. P. C. with Ar- cher receiving on his own S yard line jjand returning to the H. P. C. 30. Ar- Ivcher picked up 2 yards stopped by Harper. Rogers picked up 2 yards 'topped by Johnson. Nunnally punting 'from his own 34 kicked to the Austin JL7 where the ball was taken by St. John where he was downed by Wede- aian. Buchanan on a reverse made seven Vyards around end being run out of bounds by Rogers. H. P. C. penalized ve yards on the play. St. John wide round end made 25 yards with Nun- nally finally bring him down. Johnson tnade 2 through the line. Stopped by Crane. Buchanan around end made 2. 'Stopped by Nunnally and Rogers. Bteen was thrown for a yard loss by Galloway. Steen punting from the 60 kicked out of bounds on the H. P. C. five yard line. 1 Nunnally punting from the five kicked to the fifty where the ball was taken by Steen who returned to the 84 where he was brought down by Rogers. Buchan...

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

W& I" K 11 13 m rTT p p ra rfi ii 1 1 ' v . NEW THINGS ARRIVING DAILY Trench Coats All Weather Coats Gaberdine Suedes Etc. See them in our window. 8ETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College Girls Clothes HOBNOB (Continued from page 1) a pel son is for him to get into a list- less attitude and merely loaf while the valuable time goes by. We are here for the main purpose of educating our- selves so that we might be able to make a better showing in the after- school life and if we do not take ad- vantage of our many opportunities at the present it will mean that we are Just losing something that Is very im- portant for us out there in the future. Let us do the things that we know we should and do our best to aid human- ity in the most efficient manner pos- sible. One of the most important factors in the education of a person should be cultivation of friends. The gaining and keeping of friends is one of the most simple things that one can do and will mean more perhaps than any other thing that...

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

-e: ip. I " HOWARD r k PAY N Ejj-" I HELP THOSE fiL TM TT TT W A ijBilLv Y A I J r I 1 6I I jacket. m Bj miir?H6f7 I B W4 I I Southern Hotel I stinq a wildcat WS I IvWlllffi I A ! I II Cleaners f olume XXII. No. 8. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 31 1935 PrlcTsGentT IACKETS 't mmm'm'm THE HOBNOB Bob L. English '-4 L . The McMurry game has again come and gone and the Jackets are again Winners over the gamest and hardest unch of fighters that it is usually f their lot to meet each year. Person- ally we are glad the game has already been won and we don't have to tangle i 'with the Indians every week. Coach Medley has a bunch of men that never 'jsjit fighting until the final whistle and ao matter how far behind they may I hf they never lag but are in there I (Bracking their men on every play. i ; i 'The A. C. C. game tonight is due to j'be a touch one. It is hoped that as I Many of the students as possible will follow the team to Abilene to see and back the Jackets. This is the shortes...

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

13 li t"n In mus "RK ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 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 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 Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters STANLEY COPPINGER Asst. Business Manager OVA LEE FARMER Columnist LOOKING TO THE FUTURE We who are now here in school are meeting and often pass- ing some of the most valuable opportunities with which we will be confronted during one lifetime. We have the chance every day to do a great deal in preparing ourselves to cope with the situations that will soon appear on ...

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

S" YRIC SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY llY WERE PENNY-WISE 4$. . LOVE FOOLISH) $ ' '; VMN '" lor remance " couple f i4iK' MMm Mf Zvt.f p'.itaii YfandL achoi. A ftrain.iir Pftlvr wllk CAROLE LOMBARD FRED MacMURRAY tfJ ul ClrtcttJ r Mlrtk.ll Uli Hull' DORM NOTES iWedding bells rang out merrily for Lura ("Love) Barnett who be- the blushing bride of Mr. Mar- (In Bloom) White Sunday at !fMV a'clock P. M. (After quiet hour let" neither death nor marriage can ftldM place between two and four on iSuMay afternoon in Howard Payne HalL) The couple was married at tlM home of Dr. Davis. The dormitory glrllcare sure to miss them having no Inspiration for their crooning: )"fn in Bloom." However they take .tssmeans of wishing them well with itbe heartiest congratulations. May Melr story have the proper ending "Jtiit they lived happily ever after." Another sidelight on this Barnett- sltuatlon: Mr. White was the abject of a publicity dart wherein he enuusiy repremanueu xur uui the Howard Payne s...

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

't 1 IV Pi t n ft ;! u pi f .S h n Is! I H H a kSl p If I J IH ttf TODAY'S EXPRESS BROUGHT Dozens of new Coats and Suits Everything about them denotes newness. Words won't describe them. Won't you come down and see them for yourself? You are always welcome at Bettis & Gibbs whether you come to see or come to buy. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES HOBNOB (Continued from page 1) Let us all go to Abilene and back the Jackets. We still have a chance to come out on top of the heap but to do so all of the remaining: games must be won and even that is not enough unless the fast moving Kangaioos ate not stopped in conference competition. This game must be taken and If you will do your part It can be taken Turn out in a body and let's show the Wild- cats that that good old Howai d Pa ne Spirit will not go down in defeat tonight. The honor roll fot the first six weeks is out and is run in this issue. There are not near as many student's listed on this loll as there should be. ...

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

HOWARD f PAYNE yt S 'aaaw m Vw A w hHT F k. i-v -w- HBP" "VP"a rnone I I m 11 A mJHLs I A m m W Ar I 1 6I MM I I llAf fflfilfv1 m aW ls. LVBasl I I Southern Hotel !! tmWTJaTl B m fB m ' rinnA 1P aW sT kT LWlTI l"'MiM jf" B lto"Cia "PrT J I I MiMJs llliSiBJ mm. Vl 1 J I V I l Sandy Ring ?VM .4 HELP THOSE jm JACKETS '&. STING A WILDCAT Vstajne XXII. No. 9. BROWNWOOD TEKAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 1935 Price 5 Cents ACKETS AND ST. EDWARDS TANGLE TOMORROW NIGHT ii j. j. j A.C.C. WILDCATS ARE TAKEN 20-0 IN ABILENE THURSDAY f ifflE HOBNOB Ji x Bob L. English i ' Armistice Day! Just what does that 'ntim to you? Those of you who are oH?enough to remember the terror isarel horror of the Great War can well (appreciate the meaning of peace and 3 what it has meant to the world and tOVjUle nation during the past few "ye. Those of us who can remem- thSCV.Uttle of the menace that we 'toMSfht in the last war can only Msaaflne through the experience ot 1 others just how awful and terrible zthtW.rtfe ...

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

r & i3 CJ ' Ifc t w pi C! i .i PJ jjj i 7J II t& yello ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 9r 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 LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager STANLEY COPPINGER Asst. Business Manager A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTT Y JACKSON Sports Writers TRUETT PARKER Religious Reporter joe Mcdonough columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters School? It is easy to get into the habit of sleeping late or doing other things that at the time seem easier to do than to get up and come to the church each Sunday morning after attending eight o'clock classes each ...

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

VDTr IDAY and SATURDAY Hi-. .-V ! --- -f'fffcv IP J& & f ..a " l . 1 . Ti ' . .t"vV- WAP riV V' 10 V KmAi:m i fUDILMDRIUDr MADGE EVANS ' -Iraaa Ovanaan i Bavlel Hall ' fiki Wtay 6C. Naiial lalla raalaa 'WtiCp .v ' SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY Stockyard Shavings I( there a little cuspidor in your -Us room? Have you thought about lia.jvKal Issue? Look about' you I Bplore and let the astounding facts ak 1b. No! You may search each Mwty owner and the answer will till be no cuspidors! i What is the cause for this gross ce? Is it lack of sufficient "or Is it just carelessness? Who Jitbblame and what should be done lMt It? Let us stop and consider. 1 1tet a cuspilor is MM of furniture as as standard a as a chair is an oaapUd fact. Does your father ex- Mterafie on the floor at home? Cer- IkUjr not he tilts carefully back in la chair and alms exactiugly at that right shining brass oval that moth- tv baa' freshly polished. (And the MMmn can always bet on whether t wiU hit It or not.) Then do...

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

J IN I m Ilfc i 1 1' EXTRA SPECIAL SILK STOCKINGS 69 Pair A Famous Mill Sold Us Nationally Advertised Stockings AT FAR BELOW REGULAR PRICKS Twenty dozen new fall shades. that is all we have to sell at this "buy it yourself price." Sheer - Ringless - Full Fashioned Silk from Top to Toe 8ETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes HOBNOB- ( Continued from page 1) championship that Howard Payne has had in quite a while Is held In the hands of two juniors Albert Mc- Chrlsty and Llndsey Dublin. These two boys have been debating for the college for the past two years and have made quite a record for them- selves They were beaten in the last national tournament at Lexington year befoie last when they were fieshmen but all teams that defeated the boys have giaduated and the team Is pi lining for this year's national meet which will be held In Houston. Heie's wishing them the best luck in the world and boy oh boy would we like to .see them be national champs! Few letters h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1935

id. BWT TWEE COWBOYS rjpiHOWARD jfcf PAYMETpi li 'W'. YOU I I I H H JA 78fi AU I k fW 1 LL4 I I Smith H r 1 WMWXX''- No. 10. JACKETS IX-STUDENTS THRONG Ion I tot! Till; iewt HOMECOMING sere: ne li PROGRAM ndi PLANNED Is a P. Plans have been made for be the the bels. pmeeoming Saturday to tin C 'Vl'SMflt of fa It tViaf haa nitat Viaam Iia11 t Howard Payne. Over seven hun- "r4 invitations have been sent out to ter ct-til4ents graduates and friends of r'owmrd Payne to be present at the Muoomlng exercises Saturday Anting and the game between the ownrd Payne "Yellow Jackets" and MT Hardln-Simmons "Cowboys" ( iturday afternoon. It Is expected it the graduates and exes will be- to. throng the campus Friday af- raoon and be here for the pen rally rtlday'nlght. .azrTb6 actual homecoming exercises I gin open at ten o'clock Saturday .ornlng with a concert by the How- tins . r "" """ """" " """""" Mr. W. R. Parker. After the con- jw !" irt Dr. Homer B. Allen President ' .'.thft Kx. students As....

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