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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 April 1937

HI I H Dial Lights Nick Nax Nutuially enough the first thing to talk about Is the chapel piogram of last Monday. The two lads who per- formed "done themselves proud". In case you didn't gather as much fiom the piogiam Itself the Singer Lonnle Jnckson is a Brownwood boy the pianist a Big Spting boy. And anyone who could listen to them and say that swing is not an ait is a pure ciackpot Nick knows both of them personally i.nd is "In the know" when he sa.vs that both know their music Lonnle has studied extensively and so has Thomas Brooks yet both can unbend and put out' some real swing when -wing is in otder. On the othei hand either of the boys can do classical music as it should be done The sec- ond chorus of Brooks' solo "Sophisti- cated Lady" was done with only the left hand and yet it sounded like and was full haimony The reason is sim- ple Brooks can span twelve notes with one hand and better than that tan leach out and grab a choul that (.ontains notes twelve apait in eithei ha...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1937

VQl"WtXH No. gf. " mm m nrtftwrmrnnn 1 1 . NOMINATIONS TUESDAY Sunn June 3-Aug. 4; MUSINGS By Bob Havins Well. Well. onlV 20 mora tn.M on. - .... JO uu arhonl la nut ur ...in .. . .. -- ". c Will HUUH D Hit going our respective ways many of u never to meet again. Pardon us s for being sentimental but it's true just the same The Senior Class is to be commend- ed on their ability to "Pick 'em". The program rendered by the Southwest- ern University Band under the aus- pices of the Senior Class was about "tops". No foolln'. those who missed that show missed a treat in our way or thinking. Speaking of programs reminds us that the Junior Class is presenting "Sputter's Weakness" Thursday night Apru xv. Tms is one or the runniest plays that It has ever been our pleas ure 10 witness a part or (We saw part of one of the rehearsals the other night). We heartily recommend that you all see it. The Muser wishes that the person who left the poem signed "Skipper" under his door some time ago would ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1937

f: l' ! K H H YHiOWiJACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 3 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 ROBERT HAVINS Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager MRS. CLARK COURSE Y Associate Editor ALTON CALDWELL and C. L. KERBY . . Assts. to Business Mgr. JACK CRANE ELBERT WHITEHEAD HAL BRIDGES. .Sports LOUISE BISHOP and G. ROYALTY HOPSON Features ORV1LLE PRATT CLIFTON DRINKARD MARY STEAKLEY. and LEAL SCHURMAN . . . .Columnists BILL BAGWELL. RALPH RICHMOND ROY WATSON AND MEMBERS OF THE JOURNALISM CLASS. .Reporters im15)J!fflatiR. 0& f '" mZ. JK V JTfc jr SsE "Books are keys to wisdom's treasure Books are nates (o lands of pleasure .Books are paths that upward lead Uooks are friends: come let us read." There is a certain satisfaction in reading ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1937

n SPORTS KJt-ritv. HK- .If vl l - ...t. at-1-t-w-M-w-w-w-w-w-).(j '"'" ''' -'- ! I.H !! ! . fa Jacket Tracksters Defeat A. C. C. ! i yy ?faf& Reviewl By Elbert Whitehead Here we go again people! The echo of the deeds of valor on the field of sports Is about to be heard once more so hold your hats because as the an- cient Captain of long ago once said "We're off!" . Last Saturday afternoon In Abilene the Jackets stuck out their stingers and in the language of some sports followers really "let the Wildcats from A. C. C. have it". Just what "it" refers to Is a bit uncertain but what we are trying to tell you In so many words Is that the Jackets gave the Wildcats a good old-fashioned drub- bing on the cinders to the tune of 66 points to 61. Even at that though the Jackets failed to register points in certain events where points were con- sidered as good as 'in the bag before the meet. All of which goes to show that you can never be too sure in the world of sports. We hardly think th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1937

im p i.i :?i I I Dial Lights Nick Nax Nick broke out in the fit si bow tic he has worn since he functioned us a theatre usher last week and nothing but scorn has been heaped upon him .since. Can it be that there is some thing despicable about one who wears one of these new bow ties ? It appeals that the bass horn is coming back Into use in dance orchestras. Can it be that the slap ihythm of the bull fiddle Is losing ground to the old smoothie stuff which accompanied the bass horn? It is doubtful but possible. The music of Ace Bllgwle which has been accused in the past of being lorny has gieatly improved of late and now can take a deserved place where he has been lated only more 01 lesh rightfully for a long time. Congrats to W. R. Parker Mr. Parker has done wonders with his band since he came to this fair city a few short years ago as band leader at the high school not only at high school bur with the Howard Payne and Junior High school bands as well. When he took over the band at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 April 1937

HO WAR D tet PAYNEp I'm Qolng to R Ma Anderson's BL g I W t f W arier shop m Bj M m Southern Hotel Bldg. I W V III You? Ill M W Volume XXIII No-jlT. -)1 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR8DAY APRIL 29 1937 Price 5 Cents ' ' BT"" M11 NOMINATIONS ARE MADE MUSINGS By Bob Havlnt Well well the time draws nlgher and ntgher for the close of school and with It comes the annual spring elec tions some of the races this year promise to develop into rather hot ones with little competition offered In some of the others. We wish to heartily congratulate and compliment Vergel Perry Har- vey Morris and all of the rest of the Lasso Staff who made possible the autograph party that was held in the Library last evening. Everyone who attended had a very good time and it is the opinion of the Muser that such a party should be held each year. Speaking of the autograph party reminds us that the social life of dear old Howard Payne is really livening up in the past few weeks. It seems that here of late there is hardly a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 April 1937

I f r vt I 'I yello 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. T HE STAF F ROBERT HAVINS Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business. Manager MRS. CLARK COURSE Y Associate Editor ALTON CALDWELL and C. L. KERBY . . Assts. to Business Mgr. JACK CRANE ELBERT WHITEHEAD HAL BRIDGES. .Sports LOUISE BISHOP and G. ROYALTY HOPSON Features ORVILLE PRATT CLIFTON DRINKARD. MARY STEAKLEY and LEAL SCHURMAN . . . .Columnists BILL BAGWELL. RALPH RICHMOND ROY WATSON AND MEMBERS OF THE JOURNALISM CLASS. .Reporters There comes a time eacli year in the early part of May when the Junior Class of Howard Payne entertains the Senior Class of this institution with a prom. This year the Juniois plan to give the biggest and best prom that has ever been given in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 April 1937

POUTICAL STATEMENTS Presidents. Body Treasurers. Body I Bus Jgr. Jacket PITT8 To the Student Body: I wish to take this opportunity to ask. you for your support in the com- tag elections. If elected to the office of President of the Student Body I will do my best to serve you in a most democartic manner and do everything that is possible for the advancement of How- ard Payne College. Signed Charles Pitts Vice-Pres. S. Body KNUDSON As a candidate for vice-president I thoughtfully make these following statements as an evidence of my atti- tude and policy. It is my conviction that our campus should be dominated by a spirit of democracy. All Interests should be allowed expression. It is my purpose to encourage cooperation and promote all progressive movements. One Interest should not advance at the expense of another. We should try to understand the ideas and desires of our fellow students. If you choose me for your vice-preS' ident I will assure you the best of co operation possible. Si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 April 1937

m i Dial Lights Nick Nax No doubt some of you are baffled at the way your favoiitc radio pro- grams are turning up In the missing column when you tune them In. If you ate among the unletteted ones it is because daylight saving time has tak- en over our urbun centers tor another summer. You'll find most of the pro- grams from the webs aie simply one hour earlier than befoie. The ones to watch are the local progiams which have had to make way foi the web features. Now there will be available some nifty orchestra piogiams at houis which give those besides the old stayer-uppers a chance to hear them. Nick can now listen to Shep Fields on Sunday nltes twice be able to go to church and get In bed at a decent hour too. Some of you probably will be able to hear youi favorites twice too. Seniors Give Programfor Ministers By Roy Watson The entile program of the Minister lal Council Tuesday evening was given by the Senior members. The program was one that will inspire us through the days to co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1937

WELCOME SENIORS ITIiW I M um B. -?;: fti!& gfn&fr YKS3IRS v-i ;.rr; Iv LI I I lU ftfRf I Af L In II southerHoi southern Hotel Bidg. W L III I MfMf lfl' I m m LV Cleaners Volume XXIII No. 7A. 4 V BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8PAY MAY 8 1937 rie ?g MUSINGS By Bob Havlns OUR DEAR OLD ALMA MATER Tho rnmnns ia flooded with Seniors from the neighboring high schools and we hope that each and every one of the feels that he Is as welcome as the flowers In May (or whatever month It is that the flowers are welcome In I because really Seniors you are welcome. There are many towns represented here today. They come from the east from the west from the south and from the north and we are glad to see each and every one of them. The Miwfir sincerely hones that each per son who Is a guest of Howard Payne today will catch some of that good old Howard Payne spirit duiing his short stay on our campus. Seniors it is that good old Howaid Payne Spirit that makes tilings go around on Howard Payne campus. No ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1937

YELLOVJACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 r 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 ROBERT HAVINS Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager MRS. CLARK COURSE Y Associate Editor ALTON CALDWELL and C. L. KERBY . . Assts. to Business Mgr. JACK CRANE ELBERT WHITEHEAD HAL BRIDGES. .Sports LOUISE BISHOP and G. ROYALTY HOPSON Features ORVILLE PRATT CLIFTON DRINKARD MARY STEAKLEY and LEAL SCHURMAN . . . .Columnists BILL BAGWELL RALPH RICHMOND ROY WATSON AND MEMBERS OF THE JOURNALISM CLASS. .Reporters )Bww?mK iif r ' - y "- WSL WELCO.MS SENIORS! In behalf of the Junior Class the District 10 W. M. U. the faculty the staff of the Yellow Jacket and in fact in behalf of all of those connected with Howard Payne we wish to welcome to our campus of the Senio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1937

n SPORTS IiSfc m i ifx-rij-u-nj-unrL YELLOW JACKETS MEET A. C. C. THIS AFTERNOON ChOto CIReview Well boys and gals today the Yel- low Jacket tracksters will have a chance to give the A. C. C. boys an- other Hcklng like they did on April 17 The Jackets are favored to win by a larger margin today than they did on the day mentioned above. Sev- eral of the Howard Payne boys weie badly off form at the time of the other meet and did not win their re- spective events as they have done In almost every meet so far this year. These boys however are now In the best of shape and are out for revenge. It might be fitting If we take time out here and say to the Seniors of the visiting high schools of this vi- cinity Welcomel We are all glad (or you to be our guests here on Howard Payne Campus today and hope that your stay here will be a pleasant one. You are urged one and all to attend the track meet this afternoon between Howard Payne and A. C. C. and see the Jackets give A. C. C. another licking...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1937

ALLEN A HOSIERY Make Dependable Gifts 79to$l For Mother and the Girl Graduate 0 VW''' nyArn-nVi k ijt.'i1'-' 1 Ye' N.1 V''"' w h! Kg ksK 1 uiai ugnis Nick Nax In every shade and weight from the finest 2 thread chiffon to the four thread for long wear. It costs no more to buy Allen A nationally known quality. fete "THE LADIES STORE" COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES The most important news of the week at least as far as Nick Is con- cerned is that Judy Canova is going on her vacation and we won't have to listen to her any longer. Sponsor Is being very coy about it all only giv- ing out the news that the new comic is one of the brightest young stars of the radio stage and screen. It ap peals that the long troubled waters over Woodbury way are going to have some first class oil poured on. The new comic being a single ought to eliminate the menace of Frank Park- er's crummy emcee-lng and thus elim- inate the serious drawwaybacks of the Rippling Rhythm Revue at one fell swoop. That's a swell swoop. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1937

HO WAR D Jfcr iPA'VNrL I'm Doing to . Pate Anderson's IL kl BARBER SHOP m B j M W Southern Hotel Bldg. I W P III You? I Volume XXIII No. af. COMMENCEMENT MUSINGS By Bob Havlnt Only one more day and the school term of 1936-37 will be a thing of the past. For the Seniors this Is the last day. It' will soon be over but we imagine that It will not soon be for- gotten. Today will be a glad day for some and for others not so glad for today we will see perhaps for the last time some of our friends. Many of our ft lends are graduating. They will take their respective places in the different parte of the country. Some will attend graduate schools others will endeavor to teach school othem will wotk in various other capacities. Some will return to Howard Payne in the future for various reasons and others will probably never return at least they will not all probably letutn at the same time with the rest' of us. .Sentimental rot you say. This prob- ably is but nevertheless it is true. Today Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1937

miOWIACKET Entered at the Poat 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 ROBERT HAVINS Editor MRS. CLARK COURSE Y Associate Editor BOB SMITH Business Manager A. C. WHITE Assistant Business Manager JACK CRANE ELBERT WHITEHEAD HAL BRIDGES. .Sports LOUISE BISHOP and G. ROYALTY HOPSON Features ORVILLE PRATT CLIFTON DRINKARD MARY STEAKLEY. and LEAL SCHURMAN . . . .Columnists BILL BAGWELL RALPH RICHMOND ROY WATSON AND MEMBERS OF THE JOURNALISM CLASS. .Reporters FORTY-SEVEN YEARS OF SERVICE Today the annual Commencement Exercises of Howard Payne are being held. And with commencement Howard Payne will have rendered to the Baptist denomination of Texas forty-seven years of service. Howard Payne was established in 1890 and has served the people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1937

SPORTS w JACKETS WIN TEXAS CONF. TRACK AND FIELD MEET . J Cs Review By Elbert Whitehead K's I think as we come to the close of anoiner scnooi year mat. we are justi- fied in looking back at the athletic accomplishments of the Jackets dur- EA ing mis year wun a great aeal or 'J pride. Last fall as we all know King Football reigned the sports world. After a very hectic campaign the Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne as has been the case with almost mo- notonous regularity during the past eight or nine years copped the dia- dem. Our neighbors across the tracks Daniel Bakei had a strong club and figured in two upsets that had a great deal of bearing on the championship. First the Blllels upset the powerful McMurry Indians who had previously tied the Jackets in Abilene on a muddy field 0-0. This put Baker out in front and they became strong fav- orites to win the conference. A week or two later however the Billies were defeated by the Abilene Christian College Wildcats in the biggest upset o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1937

Buy Allen-A Swim Suits ?0te Where Quality Costs; No More Clever and Smart at Popular prices $1.95 to $7.50 Settis 60U3nc. THE LADIES bTOML" ari Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes 1 Dial Lights Nick Nax Nick and his roommate are con- tinually arguing over the income tax in the United States Why I couldn't tell ou because neither of us hae an income tax but we do argue One reason foi an aigument on the mat- ter was a bit of O O Mclntjre's column last week stating that Bing Ciosby paid thiee cents out of every dollar he was "unfortunate" enough to make for income tax and he has lour first class exemptions in a wife and three sons' Preston Foster in a jubilant mood remarked to Jimmy Fiddler recently that in two more payments his 1934 income tax would be his And still the "pec-pull" shout "Soak the tich". While we're in a heckling mood it might be well to point out that it is a 'ad situation when a group of college men supposedly having reached adult- hood and been educated annoj a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 September 1937

iOWAIIP "vf pay we f Ik rm "W" sWL''5S t... vtudi:nts Tif'-je Trade With You;-Advertisers 9 - mert -tj "iJSlSS' r.-.i - g A Volu np XXIV No 1 iPTSC? I H vJtc w H '1 fm f & jl j II A Jf w .'. '"JPJ I f WV . 1 All r A (4 l i . i . i i vw tf2rt ki ?ui j s v !W mW M tL M M Eta t-r -m . k "W -jrEnrww3' -j Jsr PK8r BROWNWOOD TrXAS CHtUfT Phone 61 Southern Hotel Cleaners Sanely ivn.y r- BfcBB&.tf1 .1 PlfMBCP lb 1137 5 Cents i h II L W si P 111 ' Hill! f wHll H fc.T" ft a if" o ft Sxr f J fil " MUSIKGS By Bob Havins i li t 1 ii c Til Ml I1CCI Tl fn r genl ' !V ill a T' e muc frr sc ir i bi P Ei r oots of Howinl Pa; nc College mp open to n i ciray s on Jlon- ptcmbcr 13 Hinilip's of ttll- hions lio ampus Old cItss rtfuin see c ich other and px- Uio warn st rf tcct'iiKs eie not cspt tt 1 to r turn but injc ba K Rti 1 rthi r- that v. ere (' ti icLuru d not -Jew frees "i Tnc' im 'ioiis nf "Gcsh i luscious m i -i I1" .jid Who j'j.'7 ' ate ho a. u r tlio boys 1 he ft out of Ihr Ad Building...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 September 1937

r TfEHO 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. Bob Havins . Editor Bob Smith - Business Manager A. C. White Asst. Bus. Mgr. Elbert Whitehead Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society Editor Mary Steakley and Leal Schurman Columnists WELCOME In behalf of the staff of the Yellow Jacket and the faculty of Howard Payne College we take this means of extending to each and every one of the readers of this the annual ''Homesick Edi- tion" of the Yellow Jacket the heartiest of welcomes. To the freshmen we especially extend the glad hand and hope that your four years in Howard Payne will be the happiest four years of your life. We feel sure that they will be. To the sophomores juniors and seniors we are glad to see each of you back with us thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 September 1937

vte 4&a SPORTS JACKET "B" TEAM PLAYS ALTUS OKU. JUNIOR COLLEGE FRIDAY NIGHT ' 1 ' i l lea nt4 k ! VA K R I I ' 1 VE n 1 In - i Texas Conference Football Play Gets Under Way on September 17 Scoutin Around with ELBERT WHITEHEAD -ix cry hearty and cordial greeting A .....mt 1 unmmi ritvuon Tf a .-' - m cvciyuiiut OUlllliiCl VCo fcv 3 close the tang of autumn fills the ft ar aw! once morc tne Noughts of ;.v Tf la largo per cent of the population of these unuea mates 01 our turns cu the sport of the Inflated hog-hlde. So mns the trend of thought on our cam- pus. Football workouts started last week and thoughts of football fill the minds of most of our students. The question of the day seems to be con- cerned with the strength of the forth- coming squad to represent the Jack- ets the coming season. The answer to V that one would at this time be dlffl- cult to arrive at' but one thing can be counted on Coaches Keaton and McCarver will place a squad on the I field that will give an acco...

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