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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 April 1941

H P TAKES TWO FIRSTS AT KANSAS RELAYS SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 PATRONIZE JACKET ADVERTISERS YELLO ACKET GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 21 1941 No. 25 Associated Student Officers For 1941-42 Nominated m V HBH I AtR kdndom... With BLACKIE SHERROD "Vote" he said and looked at me like he thought I was crazy "why I hadn't thought much about It. It won't matter whom wo elect and my vote won't make so much difference nnyway." Maybe the guy's right and maybe he's wiong but Itn going to vote Tuesday. Maybe my vote won't make any dltfeience one way or another but It's going to be counted along with everyone else's. And besides it gives me a sense of power to vote. To take a ballot and sneak off to mark It with eyes of candidates anxiously staling at me. There in that pencil lead I have the power of helping sninebody or hurting somebody. I ish I cou...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 April 1941

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday April 24 1941 YELLO ACKET J. BOSCO KRUD'S Slime's Letter to Pa 0?me CAMPI SIT 'N BULL The paper which obtains a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which is fit to print will steadily Increase its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. HATES: Subscription one dollar 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. EDITORIAL -STAFF liLACKlK SllKHHOU Editor John Uklsky Managing Editor Jours Howki.i. Associate Editor Sports Editor Column Editor Social Editor Feature Editor Religious Editor Music Editor Fete Owens .James Davis Lillie B. Landua Joyce Wheeler Truman Caldwell John Howell BUSINESS STAFF I'At'L Gt'lLt Business Manager Deal Puttier On my way down to see the track team work out I ian uetoss a little boy who was...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 April 1941

Thursday April 24 1941 YELLOW JACKET PacaS H P TRACKSTERS TO COMPETE IN DRAKE RELAYS YELLOW JACKETS Vol. XXVII. AMONG THE YANKEES Howard Payne Speedsters Take Two First Places At Kansas Relays A brink wind und a soggy track somewhut dimmed the brilliance of the perfotmunces of the Kansas Re- lays entries but Howatd Payne emerged from the big time meet with two first place medals and a second to add to the Jackets' ever-growing list of lumels so fur this spring. Captain Pete Owens justified the faith of West Texas backets who have been calling him the nation's best Inteicollegiate hurdler by win- ning hundily over a field of the countty's top competition with a time of 14.4 In the 120-yard steeplechase event. Owens' time was 2-10 of a sec- ond slower than Fied Wolcott's Kan- sas Relays tecord but the HPC speed- ster's failure to lower the mink was acci edited to a slow track. Chat lie Marshall Palmer King James Vuudetveer and Al Butcena battled the North Texas foursome ull the wuy ur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 April 1941

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday April 24 1941 John Howell's 0h e LIMELIGHT Students of HPC were privileged to hum- a Brownw ooil Music Associa- tion Monday night for the last time this school year. The association pre- sented the most outstanding violinist of present time. Albeit Spalding was presented to the association and stu- dents. We as students should be gtnteful that we aie privileged to hear such outstanding musicians with the mete piesentatlon of our blanket tax. One great lmpiovement noted at this performance was the better con- duct of students. While this columnist was bemoan- ing the fact that he could not hear Kay Kyser on his Southwest tour three of our students made a little journey up to a little city north of here Fort Worth to take In a little social gathering where Kyser and his orchestra w6rc the feature exhibit. If you want to hear of a good time you should have one of these lucky young men tell you of the trip. Kate Smith one of radio's most successful perfoi m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 May 1941

MILE QUARTET TIES DRAKE RECORD SATURDAY DETAILS PAGES YELLO ACKET PATRONIZE GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY JACKET ADVERTISERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 1 1911 No. 26 Ab J David Is Elected To Head 1941 At Random... With BLACKIE SHERROD There's something about an elec- tion. The column has seen football games won revivals staged gang fights celebrations and every other activity known to college campi but never have we witnesses an interest in stu- dent affairs as was evidenced in this week's elections. Where did all these signs come from? These flee clgurs? (I got one and after a couple of veiy nasty draws the candidate lost a vote.) This Intel est wasn't hete last year or the year before or the year be- lore that. And there was a pile of fingernail blttngs knee deep around the Minis building Tuesday alternoon as gioups of students waited for poll results to bu tel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 May 1941

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday May 1 1941 SIT N BULL YELLONXIACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflcc at Brownwood Texaa as second class mall matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar 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. EDITORIAL STAFF Olackie Sherkou Editor John Bllsey Managing Editor Sports Editor Column Editor .. Social Editor . Feature Editor ... . Religious Editor Music Editor BUSINESS STAFF Paim. Guii.i Business Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennlson Reglnal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith Daphlne Cox Stella Smith O. T. Smith Frances Levlaay Herman Bobbins John Betsey Billy Ben David and Joe Albertson. CIRCULATIO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 May 1941

YELLOW JACKET JSKj MILE RELAY TEAM COPS FIRST PLACE AT DRAKE Thursduy May 1 1941 I t Howard Payne Exes Announce Weddings The marriage of Miss Mozcllc Thlgpen to Philip J. O'Connell of Ft. Worth cm April 10 at the home of Rev. J. M. Cooper pnstor of the Re- hoboth Baptist Church and officiat- ing minister has been announced by Mr. and Mis. C. S. Thlgpen parents of the bride. Mts Council has attended Howatd Payne for the past two years and the groom was a student at Texas Wesleyan and Is now stationed at Camp Bowie. Thomas W. Bynum Jr. former Howard Payne student was mauled on April 5 to Miss Dorothy Mae Og- den according to announcements re- ceived hcie. Mrs. Bynum is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ogden of Fostorla and is employed at the Peden Company In Houston. Private Bynum was employed at the Pcden Company before being stationed at Camp Bowie with the Texas National Guard at Camp Bowie. YELLOW JACKETS SPORTS Vol. XXVII. JJrownwood Texas Thursday May 1 1941 No. 26 Quartet Equ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 May 1941

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday Mnj 1 1911 John Howell's Ik e LIMELIGHT Despite the work she Is doing to gain her Bachelor of Science degree ut Northwestern University Klolse Kummer Is busily engaged In radio work In Chicago. She Is the girl that illJJJJJJJJJJJjj '"NfJVJI' i - - - each week to the lellef fund . . . More than 150 lettets arilved iceently at CBS headquaitcis addressed to the "Gold If You Kind It" program each containing a five leal clover . . The postman always rings twice when ho at rives at CBS hcaduaiteis In New Yotk Some days he has as many as 70000 letters to deliver . . One ot the moat popular programs on the air Is the chlldiens progiam. Let's Pietend This radio featute uramatizes the favorite lairy tides of the youngsters. One radio orchestra has met it's Waterloo. Shep Fields has finally given up his Rippling Uliytlun style of music l-'iclds ami his otgauization were the tops In the nation a few years ago with his new unique pie- sentatlons and arrangements of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1941

YELLO ACKET PATRONIZE GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY JACKET ADVERTISERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 8 1941 No. 27 Juniors Will Honor Seniors Friday Night At Random... With BLACKIE 8HERROD A mother is a mother stilt the holiest thing alive Coler- idge. Sunday Is Mothers Day. And If we may the column would like to take a rest from the usual attempt to pierce the armored shell of college students' sense of humor to pay tribute to a worthy occasion. Sometimes it seems useless to have a day set aside for our mothers. Be- cause never should a man use just one day to honor his mother. Thirty days out of every month 365 days out of every year should be set aside as Mother's Day. But there must be a special day on the calendar on which to show our love for one of our most treasured possessions Just as there Is a special place for our mothers in our hearts. It has been said ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1941

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday May 8 1941 SIT N BULL YELLOVIACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brown wood. Texas as second class mail matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar 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. EDITORIAL STAFF Blackie Sherrod Editor John Bklsey John Howell Managing Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor .. . . Pete Owens Column Editor .. ..James Davis Social Editor Lillie B. Landua Feature Editor . Joyce Wheeler Religious Editor . Truman Caldwell Music Editor ... . .... JOHN HOWELL BUSINESS STAFF Paul Guill Business Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennlson Reglnal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1941

Thursday May 8 1941 YELLOW JACKET Page 3 t- i y . Candidate To the Student Body: I would like to take this means of expressing my appreciation to you for electing me Business Manager of the Yellow Jacket for 1041-42 Having worked at this post for the past few months I have become deep- ly Interested in this type of work and I value the position above all others. 1 am deeply Indebted to you who voted for me and 1 promise to exe- cute the duties of the office to the best of my ability throughout the next school year Aguln "Thanks" to you who sup- ported uiul elected me to this office. Sincerely PAUL GUILL. To the Student Body of Howard Payne : Thanks to every voter who sup- ported me in the race for the office of Secretary of the Student Body. Your vote and Influence was appre- ciated more than I can say. 1 pledge myself to fill this respon- sible position to the best of my ability. Sincerely RUBYE LEE PETERS. To the Students: I was veiy pleasantly surprised at the honor I wus elected...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 May 1941

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday May 8 1941 John Howell's 0h e LIMELIGHT Good news to those of our readers who are slightly on the plump will be the living example portrayed by this week's singer. Blonde Wynn Murray the thrush who is heard giving out with the sweet as well as hot licks each week on Fred Allen's program. In the last year this lovely specimen of humanity has lost 85 pounds. She was also selected as Miss American- SBBBBBBBBasrifilBBiM2' i KiLLbBbBbBbI BBBBbBbHf ' "" BbSbSbVSbBBhIbS PIbbKujSmKJK 'iBBSil " 'JbbHbIbBP?' ' fitsLaHLflBTLV bbbbbHHbBbIbIbIESbIbbVbBbI bbbbbbbbHbVb1bPSbWbbbbh!I "" PLbbbbbbHubIbbbSbv BUurl? iiaBBBBBBBJJ gram. The set-up requires sound ef- fect technicians studio engineers program typists production men and many other helpers besides the stars of the program. It's impossible to as- sign a set amount of importance to anyone. It's just like one big ma- chine with a lot of cogs. It seems that the only musical representatives that the college has is the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 May 1941

YELLO ACKET EDITOR BELSEY COMING IN EDITOR SHERROD GOING OUT PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 15 1941 No. 28 1941 Yearbook Will Be Issued Friday Morning At Random... With BLACKIE SHERROD Dern this rifle Is getting heavyl) I wonder how much longer we're gonna have to march down this dusty road. This time last year where was I? Oh yeah I was piobably down at the football field watching Keaton put his charges through the opening workouts. We would be sitting up in the shade of the press box with our shoes off and discussing the possi- bilities of new freshmen both grld- dets and gals. There would be a bat- tered tight-roll and a back of Dukes going the rounds and maybe one or two of the boys would be chewing tobacco. And after wotkout we would walk up to the College Inn and bum some- one out of an ice cream cone or stretch a weather-beaten credit for the same. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 May 1941

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday May IS 1941 YELLOVACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentio new and only that which it fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar 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. EDITORIAL STAFF Blackie Sherrod Editor John Belsev John Howell Managing Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Pete Owens Column Editor. James Davis Social Editor- - Lilue B. Landua Feature Editor Joyce Wheeler Religious Editor . ..Truman Caldwell Music Editor John Howell BUSINESS STAFF I'Al'L Guill Business Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennison Reginal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith Daphlne Cox Stella Smith O. T. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 May 1941

YELLOW JACKET Page 3 0WEN8 RECEIVES BID TO LOS ANGELES MEET i-M Thursday May 15 1941 1 T j i t '. -' 9 1 Farewell To HP Sports ;v) BY BLACKIE SHERROD "With but two track meets left for i! lone Howard Payne athlete the V&rts calendar 1b down to Its last page and the writer who has long leaned strongly toward scrlbllngs of the athletic hue has transcribed his lost line of Howard Payne sports copy. And as we reluctantly relinquish th reins of the editorial duties to next eut's editor the highlights of sport pages down through this year's three-sport schedule stand out in the memories of on erstwhile would-be sports scribe. Follows a few high- lights both good and bad of the 1040-41 uthletic contests according to Uic writer's opinion. MOST GLORIOUS VICTORY: The last moment 14-10 gridiron victory over Texas Wesleyan before a thrill- packed crowd of 15 000. MOST DISAPPOINTING MO- MENT: Immediately after the Abi- lene Christian football tilt when the Jackets after fighting gamely for 6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 May 1941

i ajjai ir rew lapel every Thu impossible and irr osite college opinir d Payne fights bu w we're turning in hopes that isfaction out of gave to the sti k for more. 5TIN MILL & GF ' j Page 4 John Howell's 0 e LIMELIGHT Lovely Paula Kelly never went to (throat has taken charge of the latter college but college hus played an' of this swlngy group causing prnc- Important part In her caicer. She tlce sessions to be temporarily sus- made her radio debut on the Grove ipended. I suiely will be glad when City College radio station near Pitts- the ailing one recovers so that I can tjr: . '; -!V?3.". ''. 11 ' &c&Vbx. $" i:Y. SS? & ft mmcmM S&&WTW CtfiKS Ij .skjjl i;v 45.VS m&$F0i? &&' vw KKv&wi V bmgh and her populailty with col- lege swing fans has mude her one of the country's leading band vocul- ifets. Cunently Paula is swinging out with Glenn Miller's otchestra on CBS. " At last the HPC band has some- thing to work for. The band was gianted the pilvi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1941

V3 PATRONIZE GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY JACKET ADVERTISERS BW PUULISIIED WKHKLY ItY OF HOW iUD PAYNE COLLEGEONLY SKMR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS 'oh XVII. HUOWNWOol) TEN vH THURSDAY MAY 122 1911 No. 29 tffcKi ft ffl ffess S?3 9 BV4T AH x HIM f5??3 B rf! Ift IS M&ipK a&b. ;a h 4$2k OK rb iSftt c va & tssm n m mm a em. i m m si aiti kib 3?. s h m s pa as h a a ra t-i k s a n w m s ar w tr a ra IIM UUA I IUK i U bMJdC UULkUL I UK J W l"-' IB HRS"' IK 5 &&;v "m1 beitSy w m C3 et tsj n- s D Proposed Bc 's Dormitory BANTERaJNGS By U8I.SEY to? lei u'f ln on- ilm ir ;jnk to .vim! jur he'. ) mil AUHCrtX AlA. VTfC-fKmtfP J.IAhILTta A4 Wr ting a column is out of my lino thin will have t. be fulfil oni'o a next year so I might as well Vt USI'd to It 11 would like to say n few things goidim? !. policy mid alms of the jj'llow Jacket. his papci la the stu- ;'int.'.s voice on oml off the campus. ': want Ui' papet to have tneorpor- ;'jeil in it K-ct.v ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1941

' t Yellow jacket Editorial Page Pae2 Thursday May 22. 194 ( i'Af. YELLONXfOACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentio news and only that which It fit to print will steadily Inorease Ita Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas as second class mail matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar 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. EDITORIAL STAFF Blackie Sherrod Editor John Belsey John Howell Managing Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Pete Owens Column Editor James Davis Social Editor Lillie B. Landua Feature Editor Joyce Wheeler Religious Editor Truman Caldwell Music Editor John Howell BUSINESS STAFF Paul Guill Business Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennlson Reginal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith Daphlne Cox Stella Smith O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1941

m 'VV3&& &&&' fis&sS9S "Jiti- tliuraday. May 22 1941 YELLOW JACKET Chills And Thrills In Year Of HP Ci'&BlS i zmB:.iim. xw. vJCFi'aTtsiiiMmX'-iffj'-ir.j vf:-ui' Thrills galore aplne-tliigling action itwI last-minute victories have thick. j dotted tho athletic schedule of the I port-famed Howard Payne Yellow ackctH tlila piuH school year. Always cnendable for some halr-ialscrs tho o kcti huvo made goose pimp! oh a i.ng or common among uic uuie ana ild backcis. 20-7. Oct. 11 The Sherman gridiron was converted Into a racetrack as How- ard Payne roared Into Its vunfoienco schedule with 'i 51-0 triumph over Austin Collage. Oct HJ- Continuing their picnic this time on ltcMurrya field the Jhc ctj scalped tho Braves with a A quick review of the highlight'.! top-heuvy score of r2-0 pasting tho the past seasons In the three npotts. worst defeat on the Indiana In their ids Sept. 20 Southwest Texas Teach- played havnc "iP.h curly season les of tlowatd Payne when w'lh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1941

YELLOW JACKET Thursday May 22 1941 r vr- : L L V i e- a: rw DELIGHT That lovely little dlah whom we hear giving out on those hot swing licks when we listen to Will Bradley's 01 ch Is Lynn Gardner. Bradley gave Lynn her big start when he discover- ed her singing In a night club in her native Union City N. J. She Is SK y. . 3BBBBB mmmmWkSSmmlBMSSWmm mmmmV'-lmmjKm' 'rlmwmmmm A V'wv'f' ky -i ml ley's combo. This organization not only feutures Will on the sliding slush pump but It has the tops In drumming with Ray McKlnnley on the hides. Guy Lombardo's orch is planning to make a tour of the countiy In the near futuie. He plans to visit most of the major colleges and give his few fans a chance to not only hear his .combo but also to sec what goes on while his orch gives out with a little schmaltz. I think that It would be to the best interest of the band to leave Its mush mouthed singer Car- men Lombardo brother to the leader at its home port and make Its up- pearances without him. Actor ...

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