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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 February 1936

lu.' JACKETS TRY FOR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE VICTORY HERE FRIDAY 4 M M HI I y a a n a h i iy 1 Ka JACKETS - INDIANS TANGLE FRIDAY Saturday night the Jackets will swing back into action again after being Idle for ten days to take on the McMurry Indians in the game that will decide whether or not the Jack- ets will remain on top in the confer- ence chase. At the piesent the Jack- ets top the list with two games won and none lost the remaining teams in the loop have played more games than the local team with every member having lost at least one. The Indians have a great team but so far this season have not been able to get in swing but are liable to hit theit stride most any time and when they do it will be plenty tough on the opposition. Saturday night is likely to be the night that they go into ac- tion and if they do the Jackets will have their hands full but if they dis- play the brand of ball that they did on their recent road trip they should have little trouble in scalping the In- d...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 February 1936

0 IP HOWARD Mr PAYNE J ' 4ABC 8EA80N H H H HI A U V M pMx tlMv) aaV Ll I I Ll I II Q A V "-X1ll No - BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1936 PricaTcenta W; - - i ACKETS WIN TWO AND LOSE ONE DURING PAST WEEK THE HOBNOB L. English Mt ttam efcas again rolled around very few are prepared Gone are those many reso- aw .that were made at the first of Mm eeacerning the great amount tudy aad the good grades that iflf to be sent home for the l-to eee However there is some ao ter so little material being .ared m ao much time was given ftr participation in the revival It la good that a school will a period of ten days or two ta oaee a year for a spiritual re- I regardless of the little loss that ' be made in the academic work r all tka development of the spir- al atdaxrf the character is the most rtaat factor In life and should be i much more consideration than are la vary little news on and ad tha campus this week as you ably already know and we are ln- fortuaate If thte issue of the pa- ave...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 February 1936

gjlfciiBMtMMy'ue"ir-'UMWuiy-" ;! -v. m I' H ri m Itl V i H I'j) II I? JpMJN -j 4- mLO a M mm a i A 1 WW irtf& I MXET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 Charter Members Texas Intel collegiate 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 ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTT Y JACKSON Sports Writers JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist HAL CHERRY Columnist ED CLARK Religious Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters A BOUQUET FOR GEORGE WASHINGTON The student body of every school and college in the country should give laurels to their very go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 February 1936

m nZcjf i m V-'V nnnnnnnrrrBTinnnrfl b'8 b a a rmnnnnnrB 5 a s terms SCREEN AND RADIO by '.Jim Jg$r the the fjtudio Stooge and Knob-Twister 00000000000 BQ00QQ0 0 0 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fl B B B Q B B B 0 ? fji U. tfiilch will be opposite RfJiUfturn In her latest pic- mtjfit Scotland." Picture to iMMUon this week with MtiiwWng the megaphone. MMajar "Romeo and Juliet" HMSBfiWlll make "Pride and &3WK:Bcript Is now in prep- M u;.: IMHMMthlB week that Eliza- ipeftaj? current oppus "As HlHto nearlng completion NlrlflH Bergner Is mentioned tufa Mat of possible Academy Reinhardt Warner Brothers' ia producer of "Midsummer Dream" wants to change the i to make "Tales of Hoffman" of "Twelfth Night" as at of possible winners of the y Award has been compiled. tUtM.-chbsen are: "Alice Ad- Sroadway Melody of 1936" 1 Blood" "David Copperfleld" ifomar" "Les Mlserables" .Bea(al Lancer" "A Mid- Nlgfct'a Dream" Mutiny on inty "Naughty Marietta" of Red Gap" and"Top Hat." idemy Will vote on them on i. Un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 February 1936

-i2SSSB3Staj re . 4 8 U P! r. r a !( H 0 rj i irt i 4hh ( IN MILLINERY THE HOMBURG - THE DERBY While you have been trying to keep from freez- ing perhaps stowing away a little informa- tion regards to the text books you are sup- posed to be mastering. We have been look- ing out for your new Spring Bonnet the Homburg and the Derby that is the two newest versions in millinery. These are extremely flattering softer and will say "mannish look" with the feminine touch. Veils Flowers Fruits Vegetables these trims are really taking in a big way. Hats like these are causing a sensation right now in our Millinery Department. What is more the GIBSON GIRL SAILORS and you can thank the Gibson Girl influence for the flowers that bloom on these new hats. Come Down and Let Us Show You. Yours BETTIS& GIBBS Inc. College Girls Clothes HOBNOB (Continued from page 1) road trips. They're still in the run- ning for the conference flag and here is hoping they bring home the bacon this year for the nis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 February 1936

XXII. No. 21. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1936 Price S Cento IKETS HOLD CONFERENCE LEAD WITH 6 WINS 1 LOSS I0MARKHAM NOTED POET TO LECTURE FRIDAY MORNING HE HOBNOB L. English again with little more to say. r this (air weather that we iff at this goes to press is not ill and we could stand quite a I Of It dulng the next two or wnai ao you winter rackets popped back at the y Indians with a bang Mon- et to take them Into camp In It seems as though the Jac- i to beat these teams on their tmrts more than they do at Three teams have licked the iatet hare in Brownwood and ktta kave traveled back and each of the three decisive de- Aad to top that off the only ante that has been won was aat week on the Daniel Baker I has come. All of the ten- ck and government men are e. Ins tennis squad is work- deny the track team is shap- ntcety; and the government 'working on the campus for Mas. All in all it looks like '-'asjasn aad we all feel like i la the breeze. As we write U beautiful but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 February 1936

IV h It ; 1 3 IM 3 'i s fe ''W J I 1 ' I ' mLo aCKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 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 BOB L ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist HAL CHERRY Columnist ED CLARK Religious Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters attempt headed by a group of competent men in the scientific world to show how much progress the world has made in science. The guide book quoted Whittier: "And step by step since time began I se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 February 1936

w i. . 1 Wv rrd5 8 8Tm8aainr'85d5gTa''55Tdd8a5ddaB SCREEN AND RADIO by MStudio Stooge and Knob-Twister IBBBBflBOOflBBOBBBBBOOOOOOOOOOOOOBBBOBBnafi q ft i&Mr Twrtw ?kjiWMltra contest is waxing rniffsJMsMo and Oarber are see- forth to first and .With Wayne King's ark it In third nlArp. The imiSSmg for King but their JlNttMirMavy enough to balance J'BtftzfiitifrbT for the sons of the MK.yu"ftt the tightness of the )4MMtki Interesting outcome. the final decision until '"tJSAIagvaf the Qarber-Lombardo M cav our wn campus another is "ha cttag. We won't mention Yfai4mi of those fellows says kMtailng the Lombardos. A Jjfi4Ballat'to the effect that Gar- MMMll a fabulous sum for his EtMt'4-kdrew Kansas because kudo.wwf soon to come to the Ph network with Garber and Gar- Mclid not with to allow an "odious ' toMrlaon.H Their sax players have W Monacal ideas of technique Pike difference In rhythm makes " styles two distinct ideas in or .raua we 'believe. tot r' e Magic Key of R.C.A. is an in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 February 1936

"H v fl I ! f lil!l i ri 'i - : i A STEP AHEAD IN STYLE FOOTWEAR That ts what the younger set are telling round and round. That Is one of several reasons why we say we have done a good job In assembling our new Spring and Summer foot- wear. Other Reasons Many of these new styles have gone over In a tremendous way for exam- ple: Saturday morning we received a smart red patent shoe square heels and square toe white buck trim cus- tomers went wild with enthusiasm seven pairs were sold In a few hours of this shoe alone. Many other styles ate creating town talk It Isn't what we think about the shoes- it Is what you think that concerns us but when the entire town starts talking about the smart footwear at Bettls & Gibbs we are enthusiastic too. Because of the growth of our shoe department we have found it neces- sary to remodel and enlarge this de- partment to almost twice Its former size pay this depaitment a visit and see what all this talk is about. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 March 1936

la? l HOWARD Mr PAY WE i f""1 II. No. 22. BROWNWOOO TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 5 1936 Price 5 Cents MATEUR PROGRAM HELD TONIGHT MTS NEAR CONFERENCE CROWN WITH 2 VICTORIES PAST WEEK EOTNOB L. English Jackets at last champions saa-Conference In basket- dent know yet but Satur- wlU tell the tale. If Trlni- iked in the last game the ill have done something that Howard Payne basketball rvet done won the loop. Be igame Saturday and give all' the support that Is due la true that they got off to t but when the Conference ifaa the Jackets started ad have lost only one game you haven't seen them in a far this season come out at tilt and show them that shind them. e given a very rare treat ten we were given the priv- eelng and hearing Edwin America's most renowned t time.' Mr. Markham made erecting lecture to the large that was gathered for the all Who came returned with Idea' of the modern poetry had formerly had. We are I ia this paper this week a the elderly poet so kindly Blanche Dabney and Pau-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 March 1936

V"S7! IX II. I I 3d ill m I. 4j ' 1 j & YELLO MKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 f TOWN TALK First a few errors from last week's column must be corrected (by demand of the offended.) Archer claims that It was Klrken- dal who was to be scandalised with Busby. Sally .said that she was out at the tennis court for only a few minutes. But she really spends her social hours with Havlns. 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 ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTT Y JACKSON Sports Writers joe Mcdonough columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 March 1936

iiiii r i h SLXaiaBL 4i ( tjrManehe Dabney ta'btjat Jaahed to writ "My Opine- of Markham" I looked for "flfialon" In the dictionary k aeant an estimation of en valvar importance of an object. 'liar Ttrjr incompetent of judging 4 a augaetic personality as Mr. hf Z teak the liberty to change 9'My Impression of Ed- fc ;ed the ooDortunltv to Trie Ifcv Markham to obtain the jr yo rasf. an this paper but there ! ajuasatea of no little importance Uy mind Just how I would receive MpeiataMKi for an Interview with i naiotatae'personage. I knew he Met;feiallintll noon so I pati- fcVnsftal.amtll about one o'clock ueaeM; the hotel where he '""Mirtlfi'Wot having made up my :cJHMJrV.jMst what I would say QWWmKjMcno:' I was half-way laitl5tfHd not answer but I B! Uaapolnted when after rlV.SfiBtshe failed to answer. 'loartavftlaie I called the hotel -ntc:Mjimid me Mr. Markham TbafMtr fpKh in the coffee shop f.TrjIaXpsobably be through in bxfisalautes. I then decided doai'asunediately hoping to see ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 March 1936

I IU 1 1 a I . A u l ffrh'ii)iH j NEW ACCESSORIES Among the new arrivals today are the smartest new Bags in white pink blue grey as well as other popular new shades. These are in patent leather as well as other popular materials. Also Gloves especially the new wash- able doeskins in lovely pastel shades as well as white in accessories this really is a color- ful season. Come to see us. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College Girls Clothes tlflcate but in three years I received my second grade certificate. The Normal was moved to San Josio Cali- fornia where it Is still. I was a mem- ber of the first graduating class in 1872 and I had the happiness to be the salutarlan of my class and had the humble and simple title for my ora- tion "Genius in Ruins." On the outside of the Normal build- ing in San Jose is carved in bronze my name the date and a quatrain I wrote called "Outwitted." "He drew a circle that shut me out- Heretic rebel a thing to flout. But love and I had the wit to win: We drew a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1936

m PHOWARD PAYNETp in the I 1j III mifnif I law tH I I Southern Hotel and save W F III IVV j!fSBPWf aB r I I I Cleaners XII. No. 23. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY MARCH 12 1936 Price 5 Cents CKETS WIN FIRST TEXAS CONFERENCE CAGE TITLE E HOBNOB L. English 11 Mason Is over and what It has been. The Jackets ome their first Texas Con- Shampionshlp won on the by the Howard Payne squad at championship of any loop Mice since 1914. The final were made only Saturday d the Jacket-Tiger game re the deciding factor. Had ta lost to the Trinity team 1 Baker Hill Billies would a tight hold on the first po- it. fortunately as all of you i Jackets did not drop the I ai though one Bruce Fran i editor for the Brownwood a once more sorely chapped ted because of the fact that at college of a certain city 'exaa Conference. All of the orable scribe's predictions j the outcome of the loop eem to have vanished into race more and the Jackets p to fool htm again. But the same happens so often are beginning to make ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1936

" "" T53grS' I v - M l 1jiHjllKii1.1l I 'ji t'J I YELLO mn Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 a 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 ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist HAL CHERRY Columnist ED CLARK Religious Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters 1J3L HONEST(?) During the past few days and nights there have been several thefts on and around the campus that reflect only bad breeding and dishonesty on the part of someone who cares nothing for the rights and p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1936

Kr58a5p a aa aaa- vtvwnwn r .. r: . w a' a 5"t'b a 5 a mra-ura 6 n btto'o 5 a 5 swrrrrrn SCREEN AND RADIO by the the 'Studio Stooge and Knob-Twister Utaaaaaao 00 000 0 000000 000 00000 00 000 nooooooo boo aqpj Knob Twitter in Browa'a winning of the Junior rf uutiur contest should be a ' . aiffB of tlM passing of the quar- t bctarooB Brownwood's colleges. wu accompanied by one of our ABdlfif students and two of the aa Btaoh la our school I They saw .alM-watVtty nice looking danc- Kceediagly well and got an ex- h jdiaary hand and she received the 3xpv It l our-belief that It Is pure mf lu tlMn rt.rw1a Ih tha on.A j !-t0 dtatSta ach other simply be- k one named Howard Payne u i mmwf asbuii; Denver ui uc i of acane musty grudge rotting T axckevea Of memory! Here's to ..TIMf between theml .H above ia a little off our field 10 keat.to get it off our chest. Our nine ia right we admit about the ilea ifaVr flm1g finds for urns Wo were only expressing a per- reactton. However we do be- lthia....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1936

'i-mTmtv3!rn.m J IV in I t ir h If li it" The College Girl Likes Her Spring Fashions Scrambled Call them "Jacketeers" garments which can be set ambled and will prove harmonious In composing at- tractively colorful outfits. These gar- ments all fall Into the sport category so that we find jackets skirts and blouses of primary importance. In scrambling you arrive at striking ef- fects such as solid jackets with the checked skirts or checked coat and solid skirt so that with one jacket two skirts one sweater and one blouse a girl will hae a complete sport wardrobe at little cost. See these new ones just ariived today you will get a thrill out of assembling your own. BETTIS & GIBB Inc. College Girls Clothes HOBNOB (Continued from page 1) work will be placed in the students' hands about May 1. There are only eleven more weeks left in the present school year and if we aie to accomplish anything by which we can remember this era in our career we must begin that thing as soon as possibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1936

I Howard k j 4 pywNEy- s gTHE ads ME J "W" "W" A T" jBhT "W A "W" JF" HTHsT Phone und in the m B j I I llAMffii I k m ' Ix j I I W VH llJIf ''IKnVV m m m M Southern Hotel save III f WWMIFmI I " r i I I Cleane thWo. 24. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 19 1938 Prico6'canta' WARD PAYNE PLAYERS GIVE THREE PLAYS FRIDAY UET GIVEN TO HONOR MR. AND MRS. JENNINGS SAT. ; HOBNOB L. English la and with little to say. At has been the case al- time the column has ap- naybe there will be no epearance and content of :alL la a very valuable essen- ndividual who wishes to issfUl life but friendship lost because of the state- truth can not be valued o thank Fred Bell one of tlve members of the Ex- club for the kind Invlta- given this humble scribe Jackson sportswrlter to lanquet given by the or- a honor of the Jackets completion of one of the iful basketball seasons In f the institution. The feed i speeches even better and tlon was bestowed upon : basketball team that ne has had since 1914. na to be mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1936

f 9 I ; .j i si a fi ij :J I I -I '! ri I I . it l S I i. 1 . jfJhuH ww WW vTTSmf I ACKET on some one else but does it come so easy when the joke is re- i served? That is an unmistakable character index. Brand. Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 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 BOB L ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager C. L. KERBY Assist. Business Manager j J. ELTON GREENLEE Feature Writer A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers i JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist! HAL CHERRY Columnist ED CLARK Religious' Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters jggg5& FRESHMAN DAY APRIL FIRST On April 1 which is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1936

flBBBBBBBB ynrmYa 85'jb s a t s a b a grrTB''g'BTBTnnnr8 I- yVr The Novelty Shop SCREEN AND RADIO by Slimes Letter To Pa ( the the l x Studio Stooge and Knob-Twitter AAtJJUUU.ua 9 9 a 9 p 9 ajULB.Bj.ajuii a a t 9 0 mjlb a b t p b b oojl9juuJ? 1 Kiwk Twitter 'may fet that the Knob Twister 'I milted aa to the seriousness of icddeat watch happened to Jack arc-en. W do hear tell as how stead a eouale of platters last : with seats sort of swing combo. i dlff way down Into the scrap aad And out why he wasn't with eman teat -week or a tleast if ""rolnj to fee back from now on. pastor la Macon Georgia has DUitted all Chase & Sanborn prod- for Ma flock until Major Bowes s to put his program on at a which' wan't Interfere with a hour. On the other extreme tor ia our own state has put a la ate eaafeh and lets his con- ation Uatea to Major Bowes be- The latter minister practice highly and (-M a.teif and attentive audience fltalCat.anlshes! 1 eui Wariaf la already beginning "M tha ktek-feack...

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