ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Yellow Jacket, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 11,117 items from Yellow Jacket, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
11,117 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 October 1932

mS WEEK AT THE LYRIC "Igloo" Friday and 8turday October 7-8 The Lyric Is presenting this educa- tional picture entitled "Igloo" in order to give the public an educational pro- gram of the best type. The action of the story is not made In a studio but are the actual happenings of an expedition to the region inhabited by the Eskimo for the purpose of ex- ploration and hunting. The expedi- tion took pictures of hunts as they took place and made photographic records of the people In order that they might be seen in America. Students will enjoy this picture a treat deal and will derive a benefit from It outside of the recreation it gives. "Love Me Tonight" Monday and Tuesday October 10-11 Maurice Chevalier returns to Paris and gives the public an idea of life. Monmarte the scene of the noted French actor's activities is a well known cafe that stays open from mid- night until dawn and is the trying ground for many famous dancers. Chevalier takes you there in a few minutes and gives you a ...

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 — 6 October 1932

A WORD TO THE PEOPLE OUT OP SCHOOL WHO ARE RECEIVING THE YELLOW JACKET The Yellow Jacket has been sent to you for the last two issues In order that you might get an idea of what kind of paper will be published during the year. The paper will come out every week unless some thing happens that we are not aware of at present. We the editor and business manager take this chance to ask those who wish to have the paper sent them each issue to send in the subscription fee of $1.50 so that we may place your name on our mailing list for the whole year. If this is the first issue that you have received we will send the other two copies to you on receipt of your subscrip- tion fee. Howard Payne is facing one of her best years with the largest enrollment in over seven years and any grad or friend of the school can ill afford to miss a single issue of the Yellow Jacket because all the activities religious ath- letic and scholastic will receive much space. Thanking you very much for the patronage...

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 — 13 October 1932

YELLOWgJACKET ;- . VOL. XIX. No. 5 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1932 r Rice to JACKETS Prof. Winebrenner Bestows Badge On Captain I. Taylor CANADIANBY BIRTH Man of Much Interest to Boy Scouts and to the General Public. Prpfessor O. E. Winebrenner head of the Science Department and Dean of Men had the honor of bestowing the Tenderfoot Badge on Captain In- nes Taylor in a Court of Honor held in Mertzon Camp last week end. Cap- tain Taylor is a Canadian by birth and choice and was in charge of the huskies or sledge dogs of the Byrd Expedition to the South Pole. This honor bestowed upon Captain Taylor by the Boy Scouts of America with our teacher as the master of cere- monies made the Canadian the mem- ber of the American organization of Boy Scouts. He already holds badges from several foreign countries. The captain is a figure of much in- terest to the Boy Scout. He was one of the best known of the members of the Byrd Expedition and of several other trips to unexplored lands. He...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 October 1932

i ub! l JB Jl .ibbbbbbbbbbbV: w MP BVM H10Y(JACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $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. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC day and Saturday Oct. 14-15 Lionel Barrymore and Karen Mor- ley appear In the picture "The Wash- ington Masquerade" a picture of life in the capital. Lional Barrymore plays the part of a Senator and does it well if critics all over the United States know their business. The action tff the picture is the life of the Senator and the work done by hiin while in the legislative department of the gov- ernment. Playing with Barrymore are sev- eial well known actors. Karen Ilorley has had major parts in several hits including "Arsene Lupin" "The...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 October 1932

; ------------------- CHAPEL CHATS Lean days far days blue days bright days but chapel goes on and on. And what interesting programs we do have. Each is different from the other. Just to prove this state- ment here are the chapel programs written out day by day. Monday Oct. 3: Ten o'clock bell at last! Sweet essence of camphor! Walked over to chapel. Bailey For- enter led song service. Mr. Arthur Johnson read devotional. Regular an. nouncements. Mr. Winebrenner made announcement in regard to changing chapel roll. Tuesday Oct. 4: New chapel seats anything for a change. Joe Trus- nel ex-student led singing.' Mr. Live- say had charge of devotional. An nouncement was made in regard to "Ghost House" which will be pre- sented in college auditorium soon. Dismissed and everyone found his way back to Administration building. Wednesday Oct. 5: Another day another chapel program! "He will keep his promise to me" that was the theme song. Mr. Todd quoted scrip- ture several announcements made. F...

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 — 13 October 1932

ssMssssK'iSfi reKasmJsssW. . BsLsKfe LHsHsHHa 7 Ibbbbbbbbbbbh:- BbbmbFS V?Y bbbbbbBBbBF -' $$. bbbbbW "viPmI Religious Activities Rev. Bradley Allison preached Sun- day at Blue Ridge in Hamilton county. Rev. Tommy Thompson preached Sunday at Mt. Pleasant in Comanche county. jlou call it America pipe tobacco!" AND HERE'S WHY: Granger is made of White Burley Tobacco the type between the kind used for chewing and the kind used for cigarettes. In other words it's pipe tobacco and if you're smok- ing a pipe you want tobacco made for pipes not tobacco made for something else it matters not how good it is. W. D. Kirkpatrick preached Sun- day at Rbckwood in Coleman county. Bro. Kirkpatrick reports that the Coleman county B. Y. P. U. met with his church Sunday afternoon and Rockwood won the B. Y. P. U. banner. Rev. C. W. McCullough preached Sunday at Whlteland in McCulloch county. SBflBBKEBMBMBHI BROWNWOOD HI LIONS RUN OVER G. EAGLES 78.0 Judson Prince preached Sunday at Blanket. Sunday even...

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 — 20 October 1932

f- ' N YELLOAj MKET VOL. XIX. No. 6 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY OCTOBER 20 1932 PRICK Bo HOWARD Dr. Davis Speaks To W. C. T. U. State Meeting of Women's Or- ganization Friday QUOTES NOTED MEN Subject Taken: The Ed- ucator's View of Pro- hibition. Dr. M. E. Davis spoke before the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Abilene last Friday. Taking as his subject "The Educator's View of Pro- hibition" the head of the Bible de- partment spoke for forty-five min- utes. "Prohibitionists are not on the de- fensive but on the offensive because they have a cause that is just holy and good and because the issue is in- telligent moral and social. We are building for the teaming millions so our eyes must stay on the future gen- eration" said the educator as he open- ed the speech. He continued along the line for a few minutes and dur- ing the time summarized the causes of the present condition. Using the Latin phrase "Mens sana in carpore sano" or "Sound minds are in sound bodies" the speaker told o...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 October 1932

1 rc lei - YELLO f 1r a4flKr 1 mn Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas a3 second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 &e ner and in so doing made or committed a breach in the laws governing each. The slogan quoted above "Obedience to Law Gives Free- dom" is true to a great extent. We must as students obey the laws of our schools. As citizens we must obey the laws of our country. The man who sells his bootleg liquor is a sinner against society and will sooner or later see that without obedience to the law there is no freedom. TC....U A.laaMl m n4 nMMMnVinMlnrl $- tits 11snn 1 4-fl V a n flflAM AT W s: s wis f poSto T.wa uj jBTtoSsrs? the ii-k-sbs man wnose uuty lb is w Aecp uie (iuuhk nee xiuiu imioouw. There is no freedom without obedience to laws . . . laws of liv ing .. . laws of society . . . laws of moral living. Religious Activities Aaron Shaw preached at Indian Gap Sunday. A B. T. S. was organ- ized in the evening. T. J. Sparkman filled his regula...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 October 1932

rj; THE MOVING FINGER -WRITES "The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Moves on; nor all your piety not wit Shall lure It back to cancel a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubylat. The shirt tall parade last Friday night was plenty good. There were several hundred students .and young friends of the college In the show of spirit. Many students have remark- ed that after' all we may get going pretty soon. Anyway I think that the parade showed more spirit than any thing else that has happened since school started with the excep- tion of one or two real honest to good- ness pep meetings. The press club has organized and made plans to have its first meeting in the near future. The club will have a regular meeting every month where there will be discussions on the things that interest students of journalism. The announcement of the first meet- ing will appear soon. The dramatic club tryout the other night really proved itself to be some- thing. There are now about si...

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 — 20 October 1932

Qtt4f iHE tobacco that is cut best for pipes might be termed "whittle cut" or "rough cut" like Granger. It requires a type of tobacco different from the tobacco used for chewing tobacco or cigarettes. Then again Granger is made by Well- man's Method. Granger has a pleasing aroma. It is slow burning and cool. Just try it! 't nux&Ga (friJW f acco Todd summarized the question. Clyde Dean president of the stu- dent body took the floor and spoke of the feeling; that perhaps he was the cause for the lack of spirit. Me mentioned that the meeting was the thing that was needed by the stu- dents. "I am glad to see the school have more pep and want each of you to help the freshmen to get the resur- rected spirit as we have it" The trio sang the Howard Payne battle song "That Good Old Howard Payne Line" as the closing number of the program. Freshman Class Not In Chapel The freshmen were instructed in the use of the library and its equip- ment during the regular hour. The academy had their o...

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 — 27 October 1932

. ""H - ? 1.i T-rf ) Gl KJ K uL lf YELLO aCKET VOL. XIX. No. 7 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 27 1932 PRICK Be '-' 13th B.S.U. CONVENTION HERE OCTOBER 28-30 YELLOW JACKETS PLAY j ackets To Meet Trinity Tigers At Waxahachie Friday TIGERS "DEFEATED Howard Payne Has Been Victorious for the Last Seven Years. After an idle week end the Jackets resume their regular schedule Friday night when they encounter Trinity University in Waxahachie. The Tigers has lost only one game this season that being to Simmons Uni- versity in Abilene last Friday night. The Tigers boast of one of the strongest teams that has represent- ed their school since 1925. In that year they handed the Jackets a 6-0 defeat the only victory they have gained over the Jackets in the past seven years. The following year they were defeated by the Jacket's by a score of 7-6 in Waxahachie. In 1927 the Jackets handed them another pasting in Brownwood by a 7-0 score. The next four years the Jackets have had little trouble in di...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 October 1932

YE(WJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.60 &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. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer B. S. U. CONVENTION The Baptist Students Union is to meet with Howard Payne this year for the second time in the history of the organization in Texas. The students from all over the state will be here. A great responsibility rests on every Howard Payne student. We must meet these visitors more than half way and make them feel that they are welcome to our school and to our city. Some of them will come from schools that know of that symbol of our school's greatness "That Good -Howard Payne Spirit." We must as members of the school give the students that come the very best of that spirit. Give them som...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 October 1932

CONCERNING THE SPEAKERS ON THE PROGRAM OF THE 13THB.S.U. CONVENTION The program for the Thirteenth Annual Session of the Texas Baptist Students' convention has the names of some of. the most outstanding of the platform speakers of America. 1. E. Reynolds who is to have charge of all the music in the conven- tion is Professor of Voice and head of the Music Department of The Southwestern Theological Seminary Fort Worth Texas. He has been a member of the Seminary faculty for the last fifteen years. Dr. H. E. Dana leader and speak- er in several of the devotional ser- vices is an old classmaste of Dr. M. E. Davis head of the Bible Depart- ment of Howard Payne. Dr. Dana is head of the New Testament Greek department of the Seminary at Fort Worth. He is author of a New Testa- ment Greek Grammar and of New Testament Criticism. Dr. W. R. (Billie) White is a grad- uate of Howard Payne of The South- western Seminary and a pastor of renown. He taught in the depart- ment of Missions at the Semin...

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 — 27 October 1932

rriEaEMIMH.iMMHMMaMa9t9aBHa Jjjz xfraa fnL '' vir Ba. if? 'jiy Jl . ' jEb jBaBaBaa 'i IBBaaaaaaaaaaaaY ' '' vaaaaaaaaanaaat ' b aaaaaaaaai T '' KB'IKi ij BBaaaBBBBBBF . aaalPSaK SBPBBBBHaaaBBBBBaBaaK X BaaaaaaaaaaY && & ' jTfc. s kBSSaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaS' wor JBtv vi ''k?LFJKvU' ' s pppppppppppppmBBpp 9AVAVAVJRHB. -s jav.a 87 . . nHBw MgaJjMtfTV v !BVBVBVBVBVBVBVMBvBTVBVMkuBVS'TtaMK r '' laSsxSu "TWh 4tvdEBVmVBVBVBVBVZS'' v P VAVAVAVAVmwAvAhvSVXlBVAhVAVKjS9AvAVV. ws'.mk WjBBHAvan4HvBPHHtvvs x L SBvAvflSAVAvHVAVAvAvkJBBvAvAFJmP- VAvflBk .V ' '-w.-. THE MOVING HNGER WRITES 'The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Move on; nor all your piety not wit hall lure It back to cancel a line Nor all ydur tears wash out a word of it." The Rubalyat. iT coi.. tin. IMH1 and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes They are not present in Luckies . . . the mildest cigarette you ever smoked WE buy the finest the very finest tobaccos in all the world but that does not explain why folks...

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 — 3 November 1932

i YELLO ACKET VOL. XIX. Nf 8 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 1932 PRICE Bo A Miff aaas2RLLLL aaH v aw BBRL I FIRST HOME GAME TO BE PLAYED FRIDAY NIGHT CONVENTION GREAT SUCCESS; TWENTY SCHOOLS HERE Second Meeting In Howard Payne Contrasts First HILL NEFF SPEAK Approximately Five hun- dred Visitors Here for the Convention. The Thirteenth Annual Convention of the Baptist Student Union of Tex- as met in Howard Payne College for the second time during October 28 29 and 30. The program started Fri- day night October 28 with Robert Fling president of the organization in charge. The convention continued until Sunday when the key addresses of the meetings were made by Dr. Pat M. Neff president of Baylor Univer- sity and Dr. John L. Hill member of the Baptist Sunday School Board spoke. The convention was attended by students from about twenty schools. Approximately five hundred visitors were here from all over the state. The visitors were cared for after the Harvard Plan. The program of t...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 November 1932

TfELLO VtWilACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $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. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady . Sports Writer ADVERTISING IN THE YELLOW JACKET Advertisers in Brownwood have acquired the idea from some source that they are making a donation when they advertise in The Yellow Jacket. They do not realize that advertising in the college publication gets them contact with about five hundred students. They do not realize that the students read the ads and profit by the facts in these messages. Students we are asking that you make them Yellow Jacket conscious. Tell them that they are really getting something from their ads by mentioning the Yellow Jacket when you buy some- thing. If a man does not advertis...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 November 1932

THE MOVING FINGER WRITES '( "Q Wa gftv?iRWBl BK "fftyKPffi raW The B. S. U. Convention is over and we are going Into something else that has the attention of the whole student body and a good part of the town. Our first football game at home will be played Friday night against Abi- lene Christian College. The boys from Abilene are plenty good and this pep and spirit that has been lacking should run high during the day be- fore us. Every student must get the spirit. We cannot get along with just our books or just our clubs we must have a part of every thing that is in the school. Get yours and make things go for the Jackets. These chapel politicians remind me of several things. Our friend Peaden seems to take me back to the old home town where an old man with much prejudice and no learning blames everything on our president Herbert Hoover. Peaden claim that Hoover is the cause of all the troubles since the depression started. If he is then he deserves to be elected again. What a man ...

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 — 3 November 1932

mL. S1J vV WjK .TaWS w. Mi' -1 u fgSm Oopr..liS2. MmBEBbBS ThtAmittctn HHEV Tobacco Co. VVB THE STRIPED TIGER "Nature In the Raw" u portrayed by the great animal artist Paul Bransom . . . inspired by the savage ferocity of the striped tiger known throughout the world as the terror of the jungle. "Nature in the Raw is Seldom Mild"-and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes. No raw tobaccos in Luckies that's why they're so mild "VSTTE buy the finest the very finest tobaccos in all the world but that does not explain why folks everywhere regard Lucky Strike as the mildest ciga- rette. The fact is we never overlook the truth that "Nature in the Raw is Seldom Mild" so these fine tobaccos after proper aging and mellowing are then given the benefit of that Lucky Strike purify- ing process described by the words "It's toasted." That's why folks in every city town and hamlet say that Luckies are such mild cigarettes. It's toasted That package of mild Luckies CONVENTION (Continued from page...

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 — 10 November 1932

tF H'H ssH 1 Ynm VOL. XIX. No. 9. JACKETS JACKETS SLIDE TO VICTORY OVER ABILENE CHRISTIAN WILDCATS First Home Game Played On A Wet Field Friday Night TIGHTPLAYING Abilene Christian Punt- ed Constantly ; Jack- ets Score in Last Part. After slipping and sliding around for three quarters in mud and water sometimes up to their shoe-tops the Jackets completed a pass that was good for forty yards and a touch- down in the fourth quarter to defeat Abilene Christian College 6-0. The Christians held the Jackets in check very well during the game de- spite the fact that they were out- weighed around twenty pounds to the man. Most any team could have held another no matter how much better to a low score in the sea of mud that is called Howard Payne gridiron. If the Jackets had not of had bright yellow helmets a spectator would have had a very hard time distinguishing a Jacket from a Wildcat. In fact they all looked like Wildcats or mud- dobbers before the game came to a close. The game from beg...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 November 1932

A PART OF A LETTER TO EDITOR FROM A GRAD If It is possible will try and make It to Abilene for the 11th to see Simmons get their "annual beating." Certainly hope I can get there because it will be my tenth Simmons game and I am looking forward to another unde- feated Texas Conference Football championship this year. Tell all the gang hello and I'll try and see you Friday. Remem- ber beat Simmons. George Ehinger. Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 . oeueve you wove that old pipe better than you do met BJJJJJu JJJpKjt f v . M. Mr 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 Gerald N. Smith J. C. Wilson .... Bud Canady . . . . Editor Business Manager Sports Writer "Have you any education Mose?" asked the prospective employer. "Yes suh suttinly" says Mose. "Well can you write...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x