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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 November 1932

Religious Activities Dr. M. K. Davis preached at the First Baptist Church of Oranbury last Sunday. In the years gone by the Bible teacher was pastor of the church. A. L. Shaw A. D. Bruton and Ar- thur Johnson report a good Workers' Conference at Mercury last Monday. Clarence E. Bouse announces that he had a good service at Cedar Point Sunday. He also states that the street services will be held as usual this week. Judson Prince spoke at Rocky Creek Sunday. L. A. Shaw filled his appointment at Scallorn Saturday night and Sun- day. Bill Kirkpatrlck spoke In the ser- vices at Center City Sunday. Bradlev Allison is back in school after holding a meeting in the church at Mullin last week. He was assist- ed in the meeting by Rev. C. A. Mor- ton pastor of the First Baptist Church at Gatesville. Twelve addi- tions to the church are reported. The Life Service Band conducted services at the morning and evening hours at the Grosvenor Baptist Church. Rev. Willie Prultt is doing some fine work i...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 November 1932

Steak Fry Given By Las Amiga Ciertas Tuesday Lab Amlgas Ciertas Sunday school class entertained last Tuesday night with a steak fry at the City Park. The girls of the club invited their friends from the gentleman portion of the school and took them to the park. After some time spent in gathering fuel and allowing the Are to burn down some parts of a poor defense- less cow were burned at the stake. Following the culinary work the club president called the group to order and announced that the Sunday school lesson would not be taught as previ- ously planned because of a misun- derstanding. Every person present quoted some verse of Scripture. Fol- lowing the Scripture one of the vis- itors Gerald Smith led the group in a prayer. After the president finished her work the steak burned at the stake became a thing of the past along with' several pounds of bread potato chips doughnuts cookies and other things edible. The visiting men were amply filled according to the report filed in the of...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 November 1932

1 (fwj&j- m YELLO MKET VOL. XIX. No. 10. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 1932 PRICE Be m JACKETS Simmons 1 4th Armistice Marks Another Jacket Victory BOTH TEAMS FIGHT Jackets Outplay the Cowboys from Start to Finish. As Armistice fourteen years ago showed the supremacy of the Allied Nations over Germany the celebra- tion of Armistice this yea showed the supremacy of Howard Payne over Simmons for another year. In a very hard fought game last Friday night In Abilene the Yellow Jackets sound- ly thrashed their traditional rivals the Simmons University Cowboys by a score of 13-0. Prom the opening whistle to the final gun the Jackets were complete masters of the situation. Only once did the Cowhands threaten the Jack- ets goal. In the second period Sim- mons advanced the ball to Howard Payne's 22 yard line due to some ex- cellent ground gaining by Carl Pee the Simmons illuminary. From the fifty yard line Pee slipped thru cen- ter for 18 yards on the Jacket 32 yard marker. He aga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 November 1932

EEiO Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a THE Gerald N. Smith J. C. Wilson Bud Canady Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager A HINT Students there is one thing that you must remember where- ever you are and whatever work or play that you may be inter- ested in. You must always remember that you are representa- tives of the school. If all this talk that is heard concerning the love that you bear for the school is true then why do some peo- ple figuratively speaking drag the colors of the school in the dust. If another school should do such a thing you would be ready to fight until you felt that you had been vindicated. Then you would go away feeling that you had done a great thing in bat- tling for your school. Some persons do not realize that they are the ones that are literally dragging the school down....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 November 1932

Religious Activities Rev. Duke D. Shaw preached Sun- day In Santa Rita Texas a mission point In Concho Valley association. There is a work for every minis- terial student in Howard Payne col- lege to perform and no one can per- form that duty as well as you. There is on every hand some one that you can help along life's rugged highway of time. Here is the sick the afflict- ed the poor the needy and the sin- ful without God. And no one cares for their soul. God help us to care. A. D. Bruton reports a very fine day with the First Baptist (jhurch of Nix Texas Sunday Nov. 13. Every one seemed to be in the spirit on the Lord's day and ready to hear the gos- pel of Jesus Christ. After the morn- ing services a little group of workers with the preacher visited in the home of two that were on their bed of af- fliction and administered to them spiritually reading the Scriptures and in prayer. Melvin Livesay took up the work as pastor of the Grosvenor Baptist Church Sunday. Bible study was don...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 November 1932

mSmtWFWfJm&M&J&M'Mli ! "Nature in the Raw" Wm''" J inspired I aj por artist' N. C. 1 the infamous Captain Kidd't fierce raid on (he gold-laden Spanish galleons (1696) which made him the scourge of the Spanish Main. "Nature in the Haw is Seldom Mild" and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes. tm ?m ..vV ' ifjHna iff mS. vL.. SSVffl53S?W cer.. imj. ll3glBjBJM&gj3gMsa to Amnrtew 1HHHu' Tobtcco Co. BBn05 No raw tobaccos in Luckies that's why they're so mild "VVTE 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 line 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. Irs toasted" That package of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 November 1932

GIVE US ANOTHER TEXAS CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP YFFin VOL. XIX. No. 11. ALUMNI JACKETS Jackets Score In First Half of Saint Game SAINTS POWERFUL Saints Threatened in Sec- ond Half; Outplay the Jackets in Last Part. Scoring counters in the first and second periods the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets advanced another notch nearer their fourth Texas Con- ference title when they defeated the St. Edwards University eleven by a score of 14-0 in Brownwood Friday afternoon. The Jacket counters came as a re- sult of passes and a blocked punt. About the middle of the first quarter the Jackets advanced the ball to the Saint 25 yard line where Worley passed to Masur for 11 yards and af- ter a running play that gained three yards he again passed this time to Taylor over the goal for the touch- down. It was a beautiful catch on the part of Taylor. In the second period after Jake Edwards had block- ed a Saint punt on their own ten yard the Jackets rushed over another coun- ter when Hutchinson passed to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 November 1932

YELLO V mrajp! ACKET 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. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager THANKSGIVING American people come once more to the Thanksgiving Holi- days. Few stop to recall the first Thanksgiving that was held in 1921 at the order of Governor Bradford head of the first colo- nies that were settled in America. The occasion was one of great joy for the Pilgrim Fathers had landed and were saved from star- vation by the kindness of the Indians of the vicinity who gave them that famous Indian grain maize. These early Americans had lost all their food in the voyage across and on arriving there was not more than enough food to last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 November 1932

I m I DRINK I In Sterilized Bottles COME TO SEE US AT 109 E. ANDERSON Next Door to Telephone Office We Will Appreciate Your Business. CHARLEY GILLIAM BARBER SHOP BEAT SOUTHWESTERN that Is All BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. plllllllllllllllllll g J. A. COLLINS 1 1 TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 211 EAST BAKER STREET j Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllll illlllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllil!llllllllllllllllllllll!!illilll!llilllllllllll!llllilll PIGGLYWIGGLY STORES H Everything to Eat Hj Produce Meats and Groceries s E5 Make Our Store Your Headquarters s You are Welcome illllllllllM Twelve-Man Teams New Football Idea Pasadena Nov. 16. Coaches and football fans who last week-end saw what was believed to be the first 24- man grid contest ever held this week were undecided and to some extent unenthusiastic about the idea of foot ball battles with twelve men on each side. The historic contest here was play- ed on Friday night in the Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 November 1932

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 December 1932

ACKET m Mm m m m to WktJlt -sBB. m m O 9 m EmfM SSMa m I I B 9 W W IjfeiffiiMW 8 VOL. XIX. No. 12. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 1 1932 PRICK to JACKETS 0 . HOME CO Homecoming Day Brings Many Old Students Home PROGRAMG I V E N Former Students Are Recognized ; They Are Main Speakers. Many of the foremost students of former days were present at the an- nual homecoming last Thursday. Only seventy persons signed the register but it is estimated that there woie several hundred graduates and for- mer students in Brownwood to see the Yellow Jackets win another Tex- as Conference championship. There was a program at the Mlms auditoiium for the giaduates and the students Thursday morning at ten o'clock. Sevpral of the alumni spoke in the chapel. Students from the time that the school was organized were recogniud by the master of ceremo- nies Pi rfessor T. R. Having. The program pioper was on the theme "What Howard Payne Means to Me." The welcome address was made by Miss Annie Shelton hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 December 1932

THIS WEEK AT THEl TEIO VunJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 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 Editoi J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager LYRIC Friday December 2 One Day Only "Night After Night" "Night After Night" Is the romance between a young speak easy operator and the girl whose parentis lived in the mansion where he conducts his business. The girl In the picture is Constance Cummlngs. She has been seen in many of the pictures that have been presented at the Lyric in the last few weeks. George Raft plays the part of the operator and owner of the speakeasy. Raft is the son of gold miners from away back but he gets his Callfornlan gold from the pictures rather than from the mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 December 1932

COME TO SEE US AT 109 E. ANDERSON Next Door to Telephone Office We Will Appreciate Your Business. CHARLEY GILLIAM BARBER SHOP lllllilllllllllllliillillllllllilliisiiiHiSllHilliSiiillSlliliiilllllllllllillllllillllliiH g J. A. COLLINS 1 1 TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 55 211 EAST BAKER STREET Il!illllllllllll!!i!ll!llllllllll!ll!l!l!iW !llllllllllll!llillll!lllllllllll!il!lillll!ilH PIGGLYW1GGLY STORES j H Everything to Eat 55 Produce Meals and Groceries Make Our Store Your Headquarters 55 You are Welcome ef llllllllllllllllllJIIIIIIM DORM NOTES Prof. T. R. Havtns spoke at the or- ganization of a Parent-Teachers' As- sociation In the Prlddy School last week. Joel Grimland a former How- ard Payne student is superintendent of the school. cal hospital early in the week. Jeff la reported doing nicely. He Is ac- tive In all debating clubs and public speaking. He also is a minister of the Methodist Church. Jeff Thomas Wilks a freshman was operated on for appendicitis at a lo- We cannot successfully ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 December 1932

WHAT ARE THEY SINGING? By Kendall Emerson M. D. Managing Director National Tuber- culosis Association. The apearance of the cherry little Christmas seals on Thanksgiving Day marks the beginning of the second quarter century of the organized fight against tuberculosis in the Uni- ted States. The design this year shows a little boy and girl dressed in the costume of the Middle Ages standing in the snow and lustily sing- ing a carol in the warm red glow of a nearby window. It is expected that during the cam- paign many persons will ask "What are they singing?" The answer may very well be "A hymn of thanks for the protection Christmas seals have given In the past and a plea for the continuance of that protection." The picture is especially appro- priate because a large proportion of the funds raised by the sale of these seals is used by tuberculosis asso- ciations throughout the United States for discovering the disease among children and guarding them from it. Why do children need such...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1932

ACKET VOL. XIX. No. 13. BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY DECEMBER 20 1932 PRICE So YELLO m sw mHBtsSsiLt I Howard Payne to Sponsor Baptist Training Service SECOND SCHOOL San Antonio Association Invites Students Hold B. T. S. Train. School January 8-15. Plans were made Monday morning after chapel for Howard Payne students to conduct a Baptist Train- ing Service School in the San An- tonio Association of Churches. The plan was broached by T. C. Gardiner state B. T. S. secretary. Several ministers of the association were pre- sent and were eager for the students to take the task. Rev. J. M. Riddell President of the San Antonio Asso- ciational B. T. S. was present and spoke a few yords in chapel in be- half of the school. The main plan seems to be to have some thirty-five Howard Payne students go into the association dur- ing the week of January 8-15 and teach training schools in the various churches of the organization. Ap- parently the churches need some new ideas and practices and the people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1932

mm Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 j? 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 Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager he has. He reareth sons and daughters and educateth them to smoke cigarettes and wear a white collar and lo they have soft hands and neither labor in the fields nor anywnere under tne sun. ms children are onery and one of them becometh a lawyer and an- other sticketh up a filling station and maketh whoopee with the substance thereof. He goeth forth in the morning on the road that leadetn to the city and a jitney smitheth him so that his ribs project through his epidermis. He drinketh a drink of whoopee juice to forget his sorrows and it burneth out the lining from his li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1932

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC The management of the Lyric Is indeed fortunate in announcing to the patrons the pictures that will be here during the Christmas Holidays. Two of the best pictures that have been made in many years will appear. Ma- rie Dressier and Polly Moran appear in "Prosperity" in the early part of next week while the two best known sweethearts of the silver screen ap- pear Thursday and Friday Decem- ber 29-30. The picture is "Tess of the Storm Country" and the actors are Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell. Other good pictures of the week are "Winner Take All" starring James Cagney and Marian Nixon; "Hold 'Em Jail" with Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey playing the parts of the jail birds. On Saturday Walter Huston and Virginia Bruce appear in "Kongo" a picture well adapted to the acting of these two stars. Monday and Tues- day will see "Prosperity" featuring Marie Dressier and Polly Moran. "Most Dangerous Game" Wednesday full of thrills and the ?cod acting of Fay Rae and Joe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1932

SIR HARRY LAUDER NOTED ENTERTAINER TO BE HERE Sir Harry Lauder's engagement In this city at the Howard Payne Audi- torium revives interest in the career of this remarkable international en- tertainer. Lauder's origin was humble. His father an Edinburgh man trained professionals and amateurs for foot races. His mother came from the Black Isle Roseshire. They set up their unpretentious home in Porto- bello a seaside suburb of Scotland's capital. There Harry was born in the early seventies. At the age of eleven after his mother had become a widow he went to work in a flax mill at Arboath Forefareshire where he received two shillings the week for working half time. In odd hours he was taught the rudiments of an edu- cation by a pedagogue he always re- fers to as "Stumpy Bell." Then he became a pit boy In a coal mine at Hamilton and soon attracted attention by singing to the pit boys during the noonday "bite." Oc- casionally he earned a few shillings by apearlng at a local concert or won...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1933

YELLO VJACKET VOL. XIX. No. 14. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 12 1933 PRICK BO JACKETS MEET AUSTIN KANGAROOS FRIDAY HOWARD PAYNE RECEIVES FIRST TEXAS CONFERENCE AWARD Trophy Presented By Dr. J. C Godby Southwestern Univ. FIRST F.ITtROPHY Sweaters Given Eighteen Letter Men; Five Sen- iors in Group. The first football trophy ever pre- sented by the Texas Conference was given to the victorious Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne College by Dr. J. C. Godby of Southwestern University and secretary of the Texas Conference last Wednesday morning January 6 in a program in chapel. Dr. Godby head of the science de- partment of Southwestern made the presentation speech and presented the football letter men with sweaters. Taking as the subject for his address "Lony Distances' the noted educator tcld Ihc stoiics of men that had to face long distances in achieving their life tasks. The three things that are necessary for success according to Dr. Godby are perseverance hard work and vis- ion. Concer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1933

Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per 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. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager PRETENSE The play presented by the Daniel Baker Players the other night has caused a little thinking to be done by some people. The play as a play was plenty good but as something to show people up it was better. How many people act as they think? How many people are honest in what they do and say? We think that they are not honest. Of course we think we are. In about ninety cases out of a hundred a person acts no more like they think than a river runs uphill. Perhaps we might go further and say that the actions what his real friends know him all the wit of Will Rogers but melancholy. The depression shows what man...

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