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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1932

' traid vjt dfath was a ran er uld be Shocked . "TTFS rather a bossy old darling XX and I didn't know how hed like the idea of my smoking. "The first time I lit a Chesterfield in front of him he sniffed like an old war-horse.. .and I braced myself for trouble. But all he said was That's good tobacco Chickabiddy.' "You know Grandfather raised tobacco in his younger days so he knows what's what. I don't of course but I do know that Chesterfields are milder. It's wonderful to be able to smoke whenever you want with no fear you'll smoke too many. "And it doesn't take a tobacco expert to prove that Chesterfield tobaccos are better. They taste bet ter... that's proof enough. Never too sweet. No matter when I smoke them ... or how many I smoke . . . they always taste exactly right. "They must be absolutely pure... even to the paper which doesn't taste at all. In fact... as the ads say... 'They Satisfy!' HIbbbbbbbbKhbbbbbY a3&8&fcfch. KtKmKf HHF 'Jii?9ttttBBBBBBBBBBBBBH? mmmmm xMmms...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1932

Howard Payne First Joined Society in 1925 Howard Payne is one of a group of southern colleges that .has the Scholarship Society in its list of ac tivities. The following statements are taken from a letter written to the Society here by Alfred H. Nolle secretary-treasurer of the Scholarship Societies of the South: "Howard Payne College is mention- ed for the first -time in the minutes of the Societies 'covering the fourth annual meeting of the Council of the Societies held at the Sam Houston State Teachers College Huntsville February 21 1925 on which occasion J. A. Tibbetts officially represented Howard Payne College. I note from the minutes in question: "The presence of representatives from 'Simmons and 'Howard Payne' with informal applications for char ters caused some confusion. They were very welcome but the Constitu tion requires that applications for new charters be made two months in ad- vance of the regular annual meeting. The petitioning representatives hav- ing withdrawn fr...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1932

X v YELLO mxh VOL. XVIII. NO. 14 ROWNWOOD TEXAS FEBRUARY 251931 !f2t PRICE U Ir-r' . BASKETEERS TO Yellow Jacket Quintet Cinches Second Place For 1932 Season JACKETS SHOW IMPROVEMENT IN SU. GAME Little Was High Point Man Scoring Twelve Points. BRAGG PLAYS WELL Results of Game Places Jackets in Cinch for Runners-Up. Howard Payne defeated the South western Pirates Wednesday night with a score of 31-20. The game was rath er fast and was close in several in stances. The Jackets assumed the lead in the first half and maintained it throughout the rest of the game. The score was 17-10 at the end of the half and although the visiting quintet played the better game the last half the Howard Payne basket- eers increased the lead by four points. Truett Little Jacket guard was the high point man with 12 points. Spec- tators give Loften Bragg the palm for the best floor work but there was no fault to be found with any of the men's work. The Southwestern team was without any special star but the e...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1932

T(niaVJACKET Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year 2 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 ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor LAST MINUTES OF AUSTIN-HOW-ARD PAYNE GAME The score was tied Five minutes to play Each team vied To win the day. Pivoting passing trying to win Shooting at the loop again Running dodging and dribbling thru Then loosing the ball for the Gold and Blue But Oh the ball Is out of bounds. The Blue throws it In. It goes the rounds The boys back up under opposite goal Fighting to win and pull out of the hole. A rush is made. The ball goes true It hits the board And passes thru. The Gold and Blue are a point ahead. Up In the center the tip's to Red He dribbles. He stumbles He's going to fall. But No he's up. He shoots the ball. The ball ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1932

"S B aste etter they 1 gmBBPBjB & 4 LIKE TO HEAR A REALLY GOOD RADIO PROGRAM? Tonight . . . tune in on the Chesterfield broadcast at 10:30 Eaitern Standard Time and listen to music by Nat Shilkret'a Orchestra and Alex Gray popu- lar baritone. It's on the Colum- bia Network every night except Sunday. T m sort of restless . . . always on the look- out for something that hits the old taste spot . . and clicks! But I've noticed that I never get tired of Chesterfields. They always taste better to me. "That can't be an accident. It stands to reason ... a cigarette that always tastes better ... has got to be made better. Tou know what I mean . . . purer materials more up-to-date ways of working. I'm will- ing to bet that's why my last Chesterfield of the day is as mild and satisfying as the firstl" siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHSS?' ?a&tc!!!!HsIbbbbbbbbbb ft 'wU$'4' fflS&Sfe. ''SbsTCrHH mm 4:.-;:' ? .. -- MmMv'- Wm-wM & mmmmk. - -''...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1932

V TOM PAVATEA (Continued from page 1) pened the Indians who did not have a supply of corn stored away were forced to depend upon wild game roots and herbs for food. There was little game in that semi-desert plateau in the most favorable seasons and much less in times of droutbj It was not so bad in summer .as it was in the long cold winter when clothing as well as food was scarce orten a few rabbit skins or a shirt was the only clothing Tom possessed. Father Died Early To make matters worse his foster father died when he was a small boy and left to him the task of getting food and carrying wood and water "Fetching wood and water" in a Hopl village does not mean transporting a load over a horizontal) path but it means lifting a load several hundreds of feet from the valley below-by. way of a steep foot path up the cliff-like walls of the mesa. Many of the men seem to be busy most of their i time driving one or two patient donkeys loaded with water Jars or wood mp this difficult highw...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 April 1932

YELLO MKEI VOL. XVIII. No. 15 BROWN WOOD TEXAS APRIL 14 1932 MICE Be u Five Cornered Meet r fr V r P "H r V V V r V X V V V v V V V V V VOICE DEPARTMENT GIVES CHURCH PROGRAM WEDNESDAY "f ! v r " V V P V v V V V V r r V H. P. Orchestra Plays at Coggin Avenue Voice Department Entertains First Christian Church Under the direction of Mrs. Char- lene B. Underwood the Girls' Glee Club Mixed Chorus and Girls' Trio assisted by the Peanut Band gave a well received program at the First Christian Church Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. A silver offering was taken for the benefit of the church fund. Outstanding numbers on the even- ing's program included those given by the Trio and Mrs. Underwood's special arrangement of "Trees" by Rasbach with Trio furnishing a very striking background for her on the solo. The numbers sung by the Mixed Chorus were well received as were those given by the Glee Club itslf. The following numbers were in- cluded on the program: Peanut Band. Bonnie Doon My Morning -...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 April 1932

YELLOW! Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year c 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 ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK MRS. JACK TAYLOR STUDENT As the time approaches for the annual student body elections there always approaches with it the old problem of students elect- ing those whom they particularity like in preference to somebody else who is more capable. According to all outstanding thinkers of the age each and every person has a place but many times these places are filled by the wrong persons. In other words it is a person's duty to help each individual in finding his right place. It is extremely hard to vote for a person for a position when there is another who happens to be your friend but after all one would be doing that friend a bigger injustice by placing him in a position where he show...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 April 1932

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 April 1932

DR. HORN 64 TEXAS TECH HEAD DIES Dr. Paul Whitfield Horn president of Texas Theological College at Lub- bock since Its opening In the Fall of 1925 died suddenly at 9:10 o'clock Wednesday morning at his home from the results of a sudden heart attack. He was sixty-four years of age and had been In ill health for nearly three months. The first indication of the preai dent's failing health was noticed in January when he submitted himself to a Lubbock sanitarium for exami- nation. Physicians operated upon him at that time for acute appendicitis and he showed rapid recovery assum- ing his former duties in less than three weeks. During the latter part of February Dr. Horn attended a meeting of Tech College regents In Dallas and while en route home he became ill on the train. He entered the sanitarium again on March 10 suffering from kidney disorder also being threaten- f with a nervous breakdown but again rallied and last Monday left the hospital although remaining under the physician's ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1932

raio ACKET VOL. XVIII. No. 16 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 APRIL 21 1932 PRICK - SIMMONS f P Lasso Presents Minstrel Friday. 29 H.P. PLACES SECOND Underwood Nabs Two First Places In the Hurdles By Dutch Schuhman Howard Payne track men did them- selves up proud last week when they engaged in the Six Cornered meet at Austin April 16 with the University of Texas San Marcos Daniel Baker and Southwstern. The Jackets nab- ed on to second place. Texas eased into first place in the meet by cornering 111 points while Howard Payne automatically stepped into second place with 39. San Mar- cos was third with 15 Daniel Baker fourth with 9 and Southwestern plac- ed fifth with 2 points. Saint Edwards was to have been the sixth entry in the meet but failed to show up with one entry. In the first event of the meet the 440 yard dash Earl Schuhman the only man entered in the race for How- ard Payne copped fourth place after being set back a yard for jumping the gun. This little incident caused the Dutchman to jam ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1932

WHO'S WHO AND HOW OR INTERVIEWS WITH THE FAMOUS OF HOWARD PAYNE mmwmmmmmBixm.mMSXEr. YELLO ACKET OH! YEAH Entered at tlie post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 &e nhnwini. Mnmliara Tovns Tntprrnllpirint.p Prpss Assnnmtinn Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part 01 me stuuunt activity. THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor SIMMONS AGAIN From reliable sources the information comes that the Jacket thinly clads are to again meet their ancient rivals (worthy rivals) in a duel meet this week Friday afternoon. And once again both teams will be out for revenge Simmons for her defeat last Fall and Howard Payne oh we'll just say general principles. Several have been heard to say :"Oh well we'll win another track championship. Let Simmons beat us in the court sport we'll trim 'em in track." That philosophy is 0. K. but n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1932

. t . 4L. f . a 4 193 J boom Mrai Tobacco DISTRICT MEET WILL BE HELD ON WEEK-END After being aet ahead one week the district meet of the Interscholas- tlc League District Thirteen will be held here at Howard Payne through April 22nd to the 23rd. The date has been set up one week on account of conflicts. District 13 is composed of the following ten coun- ties: Brown Coleman Comanche Me- nard Hamilton McCullocb Mason Mills Kimble and San Saba. This year for the first time Brownwood High School has been set up as a city district. The district meet will be held at Howard Payne College. Rooms will be provided for visiting contest- ants and their coaches. The following is the program of the District Meet: Friday April 22 10:00 a. m. How- ard Payne Auditorium Opening Ex- ercises; music by Howard Payne or- chestra Prof. J. P. Bohlin director; introduction of League officers and contestants; announcements. Friday April 22 10:30 a. m How- ard Payne Auditorium Senior Decla- mations begin Supt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1932

NOMINATIONS OPENED FOR OFFICERS WED. Nominations were opened Wednes- day morning during the chapel hour for the student body officers election which is to take place on the campus next Wednesday week. A widespread interest was demonstrated by the number nominated at the chapel hour. Officials in charge were expecting sev- eral more before the day was over. Election will be held on the campus in charge of an election committee with the voting being done by the secret ballot system. Officers to be elected according to the constitution of the student body are: President of the Student Body vice president of the Student Body secretary of the Student Body editor of The Lasso business manager of The Lasso editor of the Yellow Jack- et business manager of the Yellow Jacket and Heal Yell Leader. Nominations made in chapel include the following: President Student Body: 1. Clyde Dean 2. Dutch Schubinann 3. Bob Worley 4. C. T. Aley Vice President Student Body: 1. Bob Hutchison 2. Hoot Maaur Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1932

JUNIOR miOmJACKET VOL. XVIII. No. 18 Student Officers Elected Tuesday Secret Ballot Student body officers were partially determined last Tuesday when the an- nual elections were held for the vari- ous positions to be filled next year. Clyde Dean was elected president of the Student Body by a large major- ity while Hoot Masur was chosen to fill the place of vice president. Ben Arvin will be next year's head yell leader. The editor of The Lasso will be Orville Walker and Gerald Smith was elected to the place of Yellow Jacket editor. Apples Wilson will be business manager of the weekly. Two run-offs are scheduled in the near future these being in the choices of student body secretary and busi- ness manager of the Lasso. In the run-off for- the secretary position Esther Prince and Alyne Newton will fight it out. Glynn Raley and W. D. Kirkpatrick will be in the run-off for the business manager of the Lasso position. A list of each candidate and his position with the election returns foll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1932

mOYJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 &e mnnn n!mn1t itiaiimiiil Mia wnannnaihtliv nf nilfftticr thitlfffl mtO readiness for your entertainment and enjoyment. Accordingly as tne oiiiciai puDiication on ine campus including me u Class the Yellow Jacket is exceedingly glad to extend to you whomever you may be and from wherever you may have come the heartiest welcome that can possibly be accorded anyone and the earnest desire and hope that you each and every one have had one of the best times of your lives while here tonight. No little trouble was overcome in preparing this night for you and the Junior Class has been looking forward to your little wiaif with TTnwnrri Pnvne. Tf vnu did nnt feel welcome after be ing here a while it is because the Junior Class just did not know how to make you know it. Again we repeat Welcome to Howard Payne tonight and all times visiting Seniors. We hope you had a rattl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1932

of "Harvest Moon" fame. PMk ! k Now a regular Chesterfield K&kmJt' Radio feature B iBr B r JHJr .saLLLLLw LLLLHBaLLLLLLLLLLi r iSsLilLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLaLT '( LLLLLLEaaLLLLtLLLLLH m y ..j.iiiHit am f B Every Wednesday and Saturday 1 night at 10 o'clock E.D.T. Columbia 1 :f. "W Coast-to -Coast Network F I aK f " - i2v I jflLpS '' ' .-'" i-epeP The Cigarette that's MILDER -that TASTES BETTER 0 19)2 Liocxtt Mnu Tobacco Co. LINES WRITTEN FOR SENIOR PARTY MAY 3 1932 Good people all of every clime Give ear unto my rhyme And if to me you'll give your time I will not charge a dime. Now there is in the county Brown A settlement yea it is a town ; Known by all both far and near as Brownwood Which through the years has stood. Now in that town a school was found Though many schools do there abound But not any there it is so plain Are good as dear old Howard Payne. We have a faculty both small and fine That I think do merit from us a line I have a question I want to ask you Have you ever seen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1932

LympingFrom The 'Olympics DO YOU I N HALE ? y Leonard Horwin "Fnctng to my mind is an artistry almost more than a sport. "Some of Its masters such as the 70-year old Hungarian Italo Santelll grand old man of fencing who is said to possess even yet the world's fast- est dueling hand have spent lifetimes in perfecting It." And H. O. Peraud lanky ruddy- faced fencing mentor of the L. A. A. C. and one of the three members of the Dlrectoir Technique managing the bouts of the Xth Olympiad paused to wave his hand toward the pictures of those who had made good looking down from the walls of his office. The elderly master of the cold steel art added laughingly "Perhaps also because of the great technicality of the game a high type of intelligence Is required. At any rate technicali- ties have made possible some very un- sportsmanlike acts and even unfair play especially in the heated Olympic struggle." There are times when the ultimate end of sportsmanship will be lost sight of in the ultima...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1932

YELL(ffl(KJACKET VOL. XVIII. No. 19 ROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 12 1132 PRICK Be CONFERENCE MEET THREE HUNDRED ATTEND ANNUAL PROMINADE State By Many To One of Best in Years Be Nearly three hundred high school seniors from the high schools sur- rounding the territory of Howard Payne attended the Junior Prom held in the gym last Friday evening at 8:30 p. m. The gymnasium was one of the most beautiful decorated scenes for a Prom ever seen on the campus according to many who attended the affair. By using live shrubbery plants ferns and flowers the gym wore the appearance of an indoor rose garden which effect was greatly enhanced by the presence of an aquarium in the center -of the floor surrounded with large rocks and ferns. Pink and white paper finished the blend of col- ors throughout the large room. The tables upon which the refreshments were served were decorated in the college colors each being furnished with an attractive table lamp. The orchestra was seated on an elevated stage formed by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1932

YELLO wan Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 &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. WOMAN THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor ARE YOU TO BLAME? As school approaches a close many things jump before one's mind for attention among them the situation of some students in regards to The Lasso Howard Payne's yearbook. There still is a big BIG chance that the book will not be published after all the work that has been done on it. Reason: simple enough. A certain few students who had money to pay on what they owed the staff of the book spent it for something else. Consequence: they still owe it and will be the biggest gripers when the book does not come out. Yes there is a big possibility that it won't come out. . N...

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