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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 April 1942

Jackets Go to Boulder for BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS Vol. XXVIII NOMINATIONS FOR BANTERINGS By BELSEY One of the best chapel programs ever presented was given last week by some of the Todd Hall boys. Our I congratulations go to the boys who put on the program. Comments - heard on the campus indicate that'"0 Lllc kcivicc Banu aionuay nigni. the pi or ram was enjoyed more by1 Speaking on the subject Light (bona fide students of Howard Payne have at least one course in journalism the students than any that has been j Mrs. Mathis emphasized the message The piesldcnt of tho student council 'nnu- snau c selected from the soph- presented here this year. Pet Imps If of Chi 1st as the only solution to the must bc a junior when he is elected ' 0more or junior classes. moio of the houses in which students I would enjoy chapel more. 'biought to the light but that the 'year. He must be eligible In school ""'" ".'" ""'" " u . r mi Z The program presented Friday was 'light must bc taken to the w...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 April 1942

April 23 1942 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLO ACKET The paper which obtalnt. a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Androw Carnegie. Rnterod at the Postofflcc at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. RATF.S: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter membeis Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Pane College Senior Baptist College at Btownwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF John Uklsey Editor SIT 'N BULL .spoils Kdilor --ik ialo Kditoi Ni's Lditoi 1'iMtmo r.ditoi Music Editor Religion Editor Societj Editor Student Opinion Kditoi HuthY CutLDrtKss douglas estes Maxim: Faui.kinheuhy Tessica Mahtin Alvrcd Gray Uimxi. Smith . JUANITA MaKLETTE Oi.ivek Pitts Meditations REl'ORTORIAL STATE Janice Soircls Muxine Eaulkinboiry Tes- sica Martin Bill .Nelson. Maitlia Mai shall Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt irginia Field Ilaidy Childless Helen A...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 April 1942

YELLOW JACKET Page 3 Track Team to Enter Colorado Relays April 23 1942 YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Track Captain Vol. XXVIII. Brownwood Texas April 23 1912 No. 2(5 r vVH I KM B&iffifcwl ' ime Out With HARDY CHILDRESS With all baseball fans getting start- ed off In tho full swing of the sea- sons first week of actual playing we would not forget to pause and feel thankful that one of the game's greatest players Babe Ruth won an- other game tho other day. This time he was winning the battle over pneu- monia which he hus been battling for Uic past several weeks. He is now able to bo out of bed for a few minutes each day. Although tho first few weeks of baseball don't tell us much as to how tho season will end It does This weekend will find Cap Shclton and tho Howard Payne trnclcstors running in the Colorado Hclay events. This Is the fiist out-of-state appear- ance for the team this year. The meet is to bo held In Boulder Colo- mdo. The team will be lead in this meet by bcspectactcd Pete Ow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 April 1942

Page 4 YKLLOW JACKET April 23 1942 Passing Parade War or no war spring Is still won- derful. And it In still the time for new clothes. Spring and new clothes ;irg like bread and butter strawber- ries and cream fish and chips hat and coat house nnd lot nnd he and she. They belong together. This particular spring might be different. There may bo less new clothes In your waidrobe and more new defense bonds In your posses- sion and you may not be buying as many new things this spring as you would like to or you may be con- eenliatlng on clothes that are not up to your usual standards. War being you-know-what this certainly the right spirit but we do not think It ically necessary. You sec we know of a way to have one's cake and share it with the government . . . WHY DON'T YOU MAKK YOUIl CLOTHK5! YOUUSRLK? Up comes that old moth-eaten alibi "I can't sew" . . . clothes are growing simp- ler and simpler nnd making them thercfoto becomes easier and easier . . . start out on a simple little c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1942

ACKET BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGEONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 30 1942 No. 27 Student Elections Will be Held Next Tuesday YELLO m Mm. HflRH I antering jjTodd Speaks at ..hJOIINHELSEY Nothing fascinates me more than politics no matter what kind. Poll- tics at Howard Payne are very mild compared to some schools where enthusiastic campaigns are carried on and sometimes bitter feelings result. Politics arc Interesting they absorb a person's Interest as nothing else can. The excitement of It all the arguments which ensue and finally the tense air which prevails on elec- tion day arc all a part of campus politics but they make It interesting and fascinating. That is politics at Howard Payne. I am not asking students to vote for any particular candidate but mainly that they vote. Who they vote for Is not my concern but every stu- dent has ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1942

April 30 1942 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLO ACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentlo news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflcc at Btownwood Texas aa second class mall matter. UATES: 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 John 13ki.sey Editor Sports Editor ll.uuiY Cllll.ullESS v.iinic Editor - - . Douclas Estes News Editor - ... Maxi.ne Faui.kiNHERUY Feature Editor . Tessica Mahtin Music Editor Alfred Gray Religious Editor - - Udell Smith Society Editor . . JUAN1TA Marlette Student Opinion Editor . . . OLIVER PlTTS REI'OHTOIUAL STAFF Janice Sorrels. Maxine Faulkinbcrry Tes- sica Mat tin Bill Nelson Martha Marshall Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt irginia Fields Hardy Childless Helen Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1942

YELLOW JACKET Pace 3 JACKETS TO MEET EAGLES AND LIONS AT CO April 30 1942 HRCE YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Vol. XXVIII. Hrownwood Texas April 30 1942 No. 27 B-'tJI I KM """P-a" ime Out Joe Calvlt subing for Hardy Childress One of the famous Dean brothers Paul sometimes known as Daffy la trying to make a come back In the I baseball world with Houston of the Texas League and thus far this sea- J son he has been doing very good. Paul was with the Canllnals of St. Louis for a number of years and later sold to the New Yotk Giants where he appeared In a number of games but not showing up well in any of them. Manager Bill Terry of the Giant front office decided that Mr. Paul Dean had seen most of his better pitching days so he sold him to a Pacific Coast League team where he refused to report. After laying out of base- ball for a year Paul has decided to try for a comeback here In the Texas League "the league of warm sun- shine." Maybe a little prestige has left him. Everybody is pulling for Daff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET April 30 1942 Passing Parade Lights Camera action ... oh yes Indies anil gentlemen the scene is ltild at Hotel Biowmvood the oc- casion being the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. And here comes lovely Miss Jean Cash with a rainbow colored scarf of chiffon on her blonde half to keep the misty dampness from her cutis. Now I see Anelle Shields wearing white waffle weave pique evening dress trimmed with red braid in a French design . . . she too looks very smart. Janice Sorrells is wearing white net with black velvet top and to my way of thinking she is a picture of the well dressed college girl. Ah now Lucille Locks steps In my line of vision . . . look! She has on a black skirt and red blouse ... I bet "Glam- or" would like to copy her idea: I see another flash of red . . . why It's MVixinc Fnulkcnbcrry in a red jeiscy evening dress made with a long bas- que nnd gathered skirt . . . and she looks stunning. Clydcnc Johnson selected a dress of dotted Swiss white with r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1942

BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS YELLO ACKET BUY DEFENSE! BONDS AND STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 7 1942 Hinton and Lewis Remain in Race for Student Prexy m vm H l I SDANTERING J-r ...hJOIINTiCLSLY Campus activities have been mov- ing at an increased tempo for the past two or three weeks what with the junior-senior banquet election time and anticipation of the 1012 Lasso which by the way is due to bo issued some time catly next week. Some students have been asking if the sophomore class will sponsor the annual Howard Payne Day for high school students of this vicinity. Stu- dents from high schools in the ter- ritory surrounding Biownwood arc invited to spend n day at Howard Payne and a queen for the day's activities Is picked from among the local beauties. The day has annually been spon- soted by the sophomore class. As summer nears thoughts turn more and more ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1942

May 7 1942 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLO ACKET The paper which obtains n reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce al Brownwood Tcxns as second claaa mail matter. HATES: Subscription ono dollar per school year. Chat tor members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by nnd for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF John Belsey Editor SIT 'N BULL "When In spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love" was the statement of Tennyson many years ago but as the snoopln snoop has gazed upon some of the lads and lassies of dear ole HPC he has noticed that that statement still holds true today na much as ever. Especially is this true In the case Spoils IMilor AsMieinli' Editor News Editor Kentute Editor Hauiiy Childress Douglas Estes MAXtNE FaUMCINBERRY - Tessica Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1942

May 7 1942 YELLOjy JACKET Pace 3 m ANNUAL TC TRACK MEET HERE THIS WEEK YELLOW JACKET SPORTS I Jackets Win Second Place Jackets arePre- ln 1 rack Meet at Uommerce Meet favorites Vol. XXVIII. Hrownwood Texas May 7 1912 No. 28 JSlTi me Out with HARDY CHILDRESS This weekend when the Texas Con- ference schools gather for their spring spoits competition there should be some real performers In other fields than that of track. Texas Wcslcyan College who dropped foot- ball last winter and took up minor sports is supposed to have some good material on the golf links. Another event Which Abilene Christian has always excelled In Is tennis. These events will bo held Saturday along with the track and field meet. Down in the Southwest Conference the baseball race has come to a cli- max leaving only Texas and A&M in the pennant race. When these two schools meet this weekend the title will be decided and another baseball year will be ended in the Confer- ence. While on the subject of baseball wc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 May 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET May 7 1942 i l "I' Urbanite Dinner Is Held Here Sat. Nite A Visit to the Allied Nations was the theme of the progressive dinner an annual social of the Urbanite Club an organization for Brown- wood girls attending Howard Payne. It was held Saturday May 2 at 8 o'clock. Guests met at the home of Jennie Lou Moote for a Pan American cock- tuil. Programs in the form of steamer tickets for the five courses were dis- tributed and Mrs. Moore entertained with Spanish numbeis on her ac- cordlan. The second couise was seived at the homo of Mickey Bradford. Hawaiian salad was served In a toom decorated with palms. Each guest wus given an artificial lcls as she entered. Entcitalnment consisted of Hawaiian dances by Patsy Lane who came here from Hawaii four years ago. Mrs. Cap Shelton was hostess for the main course. Chinese chow and tea was served to the girls as they sat on cushions. Chop sticks were used Instead of forks. The walls were coveted with Chinese scrolls that we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 May 1942

XCKET BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND YELLO BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 14 1942 No. 29 rDANTERING ...hJOHN'BELSEY This week a group of boys on the campus were in a bad "spot" and one of Howard Payne's best friends came to the rescue as soon as he heard about the situation. Tho boys living in Todd Hall owe Dr. Karl Moore a vote of thanks for his generous aid and I am taking the privilege of ex- tending to him their deepest apprec- iation through this column. Thanks Dr. Moore. All expectations of the students were fulfilled Monday when the new 1942 Lasso was issued. It measured up to all standards and is in my opinion one of the best yet. It is different from the ordinary run of year books. The pictures are larger color adds much to the variety of the book and the number of snapshots provide a composite picture of life on and off the camp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 May 1942

May 14 1942 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLO ACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentlo news and only that which It fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas aa second class mall matter. RATES: Subscription ono 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 John Belsey Editor Sports Editor Hardy Childress Associate Editor - . - Douclas Estes News Editor - - - Maxine Faulkinberry Feature Editor Tessica Martin Music Editor Alfred Gray Religious Editor -- Udell Smith Society Editor .. Juanita Marlette Student Opinion Editor . - OLIVER PlTTS REI'OHTOIUAL STAFF Janice Sorrels Maxine Faulkinberry Tes- sica Martin Hill .Nelson Martha Marshall Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt Virginia Fields Hardy Childress Helen Albcrtson. BUSINE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 May 1942

May 14 1942 YELLOW JACKET Page3 OWENS STOKES STAR AS HP WINS TRACK MEET YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Vol. XXVIII. Brownwood Texas May 14 1942 No. 29 A&M Wins SW Baseball Contest The Texas A&M baseball team won tho Southwest Conference baseball competition this year. It was the first time In five years that the Long- horns had not won the baseball cham- pionship in the circuit. Player School Position Scoggin A&M Catcher Barrow Rice Catcher Stevenson A&M Pitcher Dumko Texas Pitcher Garcia Baylor Pitcher Rogers A&M Left Field Hagcrman SMU Center Field Alford TCU Right Field Porter A&M First Base Stone Texas Second Base Hatton Texas Short Stop Pcden A&M Third Base " krB m L Jl wfojffcyi ime Out with HARDY CHILDRESS Snappy Styles Popular Prices SHOES HOSE MILLINERY SULLIVAN'S In this week's sport parade we would not forget to mention "Pete" Owens who was not only high point man of the Texas Conference Track Meet but also paced the Jackets with 27.4 points. However Owe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 May 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET May 14 1942 BUY W mv9tfBfllllBBEHMlHHBlBVIB!flflBlBBBa Martin Holter Is New Howard Payne Student Vice-President Banterings (Continued From Page 1) their name. We are attempting to compile a new list of cx-studenta now In the service nnd will publish It In the Inst Issue of the paper ns a record for the summer. Wc have been making' ad- ditions to this list fiom time to time but we realize that It Is far from complete. Prospects for football games next year seem to be as bright as ever although every once In a while we hear rumors to the effect that there won't be any games or that this or that school has dropped football. We hardly believe however that foot- ball will be given up without a strug- gle and apparently none of the small colleges seem to be worried as yet. Most of them arc going right ahead with preparations for teams next year. Jean Cash Recital Will Be Given Tuesday Miss Jean Cash senior student will be presented In a piano recital Tuesday evening M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 May 1942

BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND YELLO ACKET BUY DEFENSE! BONDS AND STAMPS STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS i Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 21 1942 No. 30 t Graduation Exercises Wednesday SftANTERING JD ...b JOHN 'BELSEY This Is the last time this column will be written this year as this is the last edition of the Yellow Jacket. For the past nine months we have been writing tills column from week to week and occasionally we have received comments on it. Wc are grateful for those suggestions and words of encouragement. They help- ed when it seemed as though writing every week was just a bore or a task to be performed rather than a real pleasure as it most assuredly has been. In editing the Yellow Jacket this year I have tried to give the stu- dents the kind of paper they would enjoy and appreciate. I have tried to put Howard Payne in the Yellow Jacket. Perhaps I have not always been successful. Next y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 May 1942

Pages May 21 1942 Yellow Jacket Editorial Pae 1 YELLO Ths papar which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic newt ana1 only that which la fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influanoe. Andrew Carnegie. EnverH at tsm Postoffice at Brownwood Texas as second class triail matter. RATM: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist CoUsfe at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF John Deuky Editor Sports Editor Hardy Childress Associate Editor Douglas Estes News Editor Maxine Faulkinberry Feature Editor Tessica MARTIN Music Editor Alfrxd Gray Religious Editor Udell Smith Society Editor JUANITA Marlette Student Opinion Editor OLIVER PlTTS REPORTOIUAL STAFF Janice Sorrels Maxine Faulkinberry Tes- sica Martin Bill Nelson Martha Marshall Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt Virginia Fields Hardy Childress Helen Albcrtson. BUSINESS STAFF Tony Pay Ion Business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 May 1942

May 21 1942 fKLLOjV JAOKlf Pactt Stokes And Samuels To Head Grid Team YELLOW JACKET SPORTS ime Out B" lBl I i y f r j -- Vol. XXVIII. Pete Owens Finishes Last week one of the famous cin- der pounders to ever wear the Blue and .Gold turned In his final perfor- mance for his school. Pete Owens the tall bespectacled lad with a knack for piling: up records that has not been equalled anywhere participated In his last Texas Conference Track and Field Meet and turned in a top performance. The curly haired hurdler took four first places and shared two others. He also took third in still another event. This versatile youth can run the hurdles 100-yard dash high jump and broad jump. He la a nat- ural athlete and seems to be a per- fectly built specimen of a track man. Since Pete has been at Howard Payne he has been piling up records and has participated in some of the largest track meets ever held In this WEAKLEY-WATSON A Complete Hardware Store in all respects since 1876 SHOP CURRy'S HOWARD ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 May 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET May 21 1942 - BUY fii Miss Estelle Smith Is Genteel And Cultured Howard Payne Instructor To bo a student while teaching Is the desire of Miss Estelle Smith HPC faculty member. Miss Smith was born in Indiana- polls Indiana but she moved to Tex- as while small. She attended two pil- vate schools In San Antonio. Miss Smith got her B. A. degree from Wcllsly College and her M. A. from Columbia University and she plans to continue working on her Ph. D. degree at Columbia Univer- sity this summer. In 1033 Miss Smith staited teach- ing In HPC. She teaches history English and government. Reading is just one hobby of Miss Smith's. Shakespeare is one of her favorite authors and she has seen many of his plays. Miss Smith also likes music conceits lectures good conversation inteiestlng people art travel museums and opera. Because of her interest in the stu- dents in HPC her ever willingness to assist them with any problems that may confront them her desire to promote the hig...

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