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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1933

GET ACQUAINTED FRIENDS MAKE THE SCHOOL A SUCCESS. YELLO MKET VOL. XX. No. 1 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY 8EPTEMBER 14 1933 PRICK So ATTEND PEP MEETINGS and GETTHE SPIRIT aw aW lSS85R3r3H H r The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tear wash our a word of It." The Rubalyat. Well the column is In a new place this year. Perhaps it will be read oc- casionally by some of the freshmen who will be more or less surprised at seeing; a new name for a column. Just about the time the editor thought he was getting fairly well known along comes something to burst a perfectly beautiful bubble. Sunday morning among other students who joined the First Bap- tist Church were the editor and his younger brothers. Several people spoke but finally a lady came by who sweetly said to one of the younger Smith's "I am so glad to see you twin boys back and we are glad you ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1933

YELLO MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 3SIl 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 Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager LOYALTY Students are often heard to state that they are loyal to the old school and that for the teams they will do anything in their power. Teams make up a large part of school but there are other things that are just as important when loyalty is being discussed. In the halls of the school one can see walls that survive the first term in fairly good condition. By the time the second term is over there are enough signs initials and other figures to stock a good sized scratch book covering about two acres. Show your loyalty by treating the walls a little kinder. There is another feature that coul...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1933

sy TAYLOR BEFORE EXECUTIVE COM. OBTAINS $8500.00 Dr. Thomas H. Taylor has been ab sent for the last few days attending; a meeting; of the State Executive Com- mittee of the Texas Baptist Conven- tion in Dallas. The main duty of Dr. Taylor while in the meeting; was to get the support of the Baptists of Texas for Howard Payne. He was able to get something; like $8500.00 pledged for the year beginning the first of November. Other work of the convention was an agreement that only definite Bap- tist work would be considered at all in the collection or pledging cam- paigns. Dr. Taylor will be in chapel Friday morning according to an announce- ment made by Professor O. E. Wlne- brenner early today. CONCERNING THE VIRGINIAN Many of the students in Howard Payne have read the book called "The Virginian" but few of them know that the hero of the book lived in Rochelle until his death a few years ago and not many of them realize that the action of the book is based In and around Rochelle Brady ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1933

-irr f "oa-i CLASS ELECTIONS EARLY NEXT WEEK Class elections will be held the early part of next week according to an announcement made by Wilburn Underwood president of the Howard Payne student body. The officers to be eltcted will be president vice-president secretary-treasurer B. S. U. representative and reporter to the Yellow Jacket. Underwood asked that new students and old be thinking of the election nnd trv to elect the persons most able to fill the various offices. m N.R.A.CODEFOR UPPERCLASSMEN FISH COMPLETED In compliance with the National Recovery Act the Upper Classes of Howard Payne have drawn up a code In which they agree not to chastise Freshmen more than four hours each day. Many good results are expected from this move. Instead of working one man for twenty-four hours the new plan will enable six men to do the work of one. Such a plan meets with the hearty approval of the fresh- men for they assured the jwporter that they did not like to have one man work himself com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 September 1933

Howdy Folks Glad to meet You Pete Anderaon's Barber Shop YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. Alterations and Repairing Phone 61 107 W.Anderton MKET ?. VOL. XX. No. 2 r The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit 8hall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. According to an announcement by Mrs. Baker several girls In the col- lege may be able to get in the primary education class. The Instructor also announces that some of the children may be able to get off their first grade work while others may be able to finish only half a year. All girls Interested in entering the public schools next year as a first year pupil see her. Several persons have subscribed to the Jacket this week. They are all old students or friends of H. P. C. They were: Fields Hines Brooke Ramey &'. A. Sheppard Felton Underwood Mrs. L. C. Gray Capt. John D. Rob- net...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 September 1933

1 wti itS :-s CX 5 tgggggBgggg!giggBgagaa ' "!l mLO JKSlsAsX IlTlwt 1 WSK' ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 AJ 5S&C 9 FANCY THAT 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 Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager GET THE SPIRIT Students are hearing the admonition "Get the Spirit" every da now. If the school year is to mean anything to the student in Howard Payne he or she must get what we call the spirit. It cannot be described nor can it be defined. It is the thing that makes the school go over where larger and lesser institutions have tailed completely. We must not fail in 1933-34. We have a huge student body this year. As one of the hapel speakers said recently: "The soul must grow in propor- tion with the mind....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 September 1933

THISWEEEKAT THE LXKUJ ....--u Preview aturday Night Miomy".- -.. 11:15 "Ladies m " . ..( Ime" In ore-release "Lames " .- ---- -- j i- niontv irnw and enter- Eg. The main feature of the pic taming' . . -j alnirlnir. ture is music - .-0-o. Ten stars apyau ------- with two hundred dancers and sin- gers appearing In the production. The mam consieuauou is ntu noui- nii rvNRil. June Knleht. Mary ..u.i unri Dorothy Burgess. The nlcture will start promptly and the P'" i mo flint U will Vw management !""" - -- - real nonesi. w B --- -- of music dancing and singing done by the best penuruicio iu v u groups. Saturday ept. 23 "The Nuisance." i.pp Tracv's fast-talking comedy has u remarkable new medium In "The Nuisance" wherein he plays a debo- nair shvster lawyer an ambulance- chasing charlatan who harries a street car company wira damage suits on cleverly raked evidence ana injuries dodges the traps of the Bar Associa- tion and Incidentally gives his audi- ence an amazing inside on one of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 September 1933

'. -Jd m w 3ri i-l TO W Ay') r 23 m fi rw -fl f--Ti a J5i' & .1 rJi Sl &.J LS Wr it MJil l-V Jtti L - i It Is True We Are Moving About October 1st We had rather sell it than move it SALE PRICES. CASH ONLY. Regular prices now are far below replacement costs and therefore are values at regular prices. Look out for advertising in Bulletin. Sale starts at 9 o'clock Saturday Morning. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Dr. Jewel Daughety Chapel Speaker Thursday "What have you In your hand?" was the subject of the first B. S. U. program conducted last Thursday morning by Dr. Jewel Daughety one of the best friends of students in Brownwood and teacher of the Berean Sunday School class of the First Bap- tist Church. As an introduction Dr. Daughety used the Scripture with which the Lord called Moses as he herded sheep "And the Lord said 'What have you in your hand?' And Moses answered 'A rod.' " The speaker reviewed the things that cause most of the trouble that students have when trying to go to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1933

Howdy Folk Glad to meet You Pete Anderson's Barber Shop YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners MM Sandy King Mgr. Alterations and Repairing Phone 61 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1933 PRICE Be lOL. XX. No. 3 1 I The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor -The Moving Finger writes and Uttf1rm writ. Moves on; nor all your piety nor Shall lure it back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. Th" Yellow Jackets have a ball nut; coming up that will show the uilent body the coaches and the iitiHr a lot ot tilings ji win simw he student body whether they know h-it Howaid Payne Spirit is and tne o.ithes will find out what the boys i e vv Ming to do for them. The public 111 get ideas concerning tne 1U33 uket teams that will be hard to liunse. The last gioup that will get a view a lot f things will be the squad. they'll find out just how far the stu- t nt body will go in suppott ot mem. lact. there are a lot of things that upend on Friday night. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1933

M5 YELLO ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 J 5 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 Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist-Assoc. hditor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS A LITTLE LIFE It is a mistake to let life become complicated. Life is really very simple and only by thinking of it in simple terms can it be mastered. Do you want to be successful? Then work and save. Be fair and temperate. Most of us get into trouble when we try to break the simple rules. We seek short-cuts new formulas new religions new standards. We write fat books proposing new theories and new philosophies but with all our wisdom and big words we cannot escape the simpliciti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1933

n-tranrr - Campus Comments rwiri . .. It cnnmq l.q nillHnc n Coacn iveuw". - . --------- - . - .1 m no crotllncr hlnnn. Uack Lawrence "" o -o tolsonlng just before the toughest F . . i-- to the nnpntn? crnmp RrorKOUls piw '" ..-- -o - .1.1 n thniicrh. Kenton. ve sympa"" ...--.. . rv.mitnrv Slimes are Ki-hlll- ng me- send them down during the loctutnal scrimmage iu give ... .i ii.hnf rin thev do? Merelv pens Hii "- - heer for the Fieshman squad! Can ou feature such audacity among the newcomers t Shall we extend our sympathy or kecp? General Austin tor souinern Methodist famei is no longer wun us. 3eah me HOW we snail miss mm. THISWEEEKAT THE LYRIC How about saying "Beat Simmons lilniverslty" for a while? There's a Itransfer aiound that really becomes nervous at the well-meant snout "Beat Simmons! And do day Dude Dunn uv dat big ved "Bymuff!" Ooh ooh! Nice Pep-rally we had Tuesday nlte even though it was just a shade dim- inutive compared with our first. Stu dents we need you NOW. Rem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1933

1 F- H 1 --.j . SSTT"" .. . ... . U1t rt ftin ntiplpnt and copper and appears to be wen preserved. There is an eye fixed on the edge which shows it to have beta worn as a charm. The rim 0f ; candidate being initiated into "The Society of the Rising Sun" the urn of ashes near him Indicating that he swears he may be burned to ashes .should bo break his obligation. This might indicate the Egyptian emblem to be very ancient since the "Society of the Rising Sun" is thought to have originated about 7000 B. C and con- tinued to 1500 A. D. And was tlictc- re the oldest fraternal society in the world that wo have record of. But the pyramids Sphinx and Ramses "Son of Ra" readily indicate that the emblem belongs to the ISth or 19th dynasty of Egvpt. Probably around 1200 B. C. What Does the Emblem Mean Mrs. Kidd says tint hundreds of iM-onle hive seen it dining the past s that 11 is an uniuiciu u ""- tellgkm of Egypt. We know the two principles In the "Amen" religion were lustlcc and truth and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 October 1933

Be a Winner in school and in looks. Let ut cut your hair. Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Bldfl. mro Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. Alteration! and Repairing Phone 1 Mxn VOL. XX. No. 4. '.. .... The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. The Yellow Jackets lost a game last Friday night. It looks like the group af students should get some of the Spirit soon. If you have any desire to help the Jackets come to pep meet- ings every time they are called. One thing that we noticed at the ;ame was the number of blue shirts n the grandstand. Many people came n tneir smri sieeves ana mere weie easily twice as many blue shirts in the group as all other colors combln- d. Wear blue my boy wear blue. Another thing. Look at the stands. If the lighting of many cigarettes joes not remind you of a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 October 1933

irp" e TELLO csax mm7iJv V K Qt ijfY -"?g3V MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year Si-OO & ?3Sl 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 Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist-Assoc. Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Firman Early Special Reporter Blair Morris Special Reporter Clinton Voyles Sports Reporter Alumni Corner Guy Allen '21 la coaching athletics at the North Dallas High School. Bradley Allison of the class of 1933 has iccciitly moved to Fort Worth and is pursuing work in the Southwestern ti.iptlst Theological Seminary. Elbcit D. Bailey '31 Is employed In the ofllces of the Jean Lafitte Hotel In G.ilveston Texas. GET THE SPIRIT Either the Yellow Jackets are going to win o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 October 1933

jfTriw 4 y2&- ElSWEEEKAT THE Lxki ! I H .bbbbbbbbbbbbi jHpv &? f v 1b ursday and Friday Oct. 5-6. "The Stranger's Return." The author of "State Fair" has kitten a new novel. It is so thrill- so packed with the passions iDCS. tears UUU muguiei ui luins Ise to the soil that it has been made pictuie before it appears in book Brm. The girl Miriam Hopkins flees lorn the city and runs into worse lings in the country. Vicious gossip lis her every step until a grand old Ian paves her road to happiness. onel Barrymore will grip your Heart m his performance. TODD 8PEAK8 IN IRELAND Professor W. A. Todd spoke Satur- day night in a school ooenlnir at Tre. land and on Sunday preached twice. LET YOUR LIGHT 80 8HINE turday Oct. 7 "No Marriage Ties" Kichard Dix leams that you can't ol all the women all of the time en he crosses his amours between Uzabeth Allan his mistress and oris Kenyon his fiancee in "No larriage Ties." In this gripping KRO-Radio melo- karaa Dix portrays Bruce Foster o be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 October 1933

HBMMMBSIMIBKiaiaKfaJHBiaSBraiE13EfELrBai3fiS Saturday October 7th We shall be most happy to have our college friends visit us and inspect what we believe will be the most up-to-date Ladies' Store in this section of Texas. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. (Across Center Avenue from Citizens National Bank SlEfSOEtSaiSPSSlBfS&lSESaiEf&lBESfBJSBlERSfEBS&lE DR.E.LLAURENCElPendery Appears DIES FRIDAY AT THORNDALE Word was received here last Friday that Dr. E. L. Laurence father of two Howard Payne graduates and a senior of this year had died. Dr. Laurence was the T. P. railroad surgeon and for twenty-seven years had practiced in Thomdale Texas. Dr. Laurence was a friend of Howard Payne and a factor for edu- cation in his own city having served many terms on the school boards ot the city. Eloise Laurence better known on the campus as "Doc" received hei degree in 1931. Reed received his de- gree in the summer session of 1932. The remaining son Tolbert is a senior in Howard Payne this yea...

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

kAY IT TEAM! YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners 8andy King Mgr. Alterations and Repairing Say What? Let's Go. MKET Pete Anderson Barber ohop Southern Hotel Bldg. Phone 61 lou. XX. No. 5 The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and having writ Moves on; nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. tiipio ate different ways of serving he Lord. The other day I saw a fel- Lw carrying a cowbell. He was ther loud In his pratse. men mere tc those that praise Him when every- ting is O. K. and those who praise lim when they want something. About the most Incongrous thing pat I can think of Is a wrist watch on he wiist of a real honest-to-good-less cowpuncher like there still are some parts of Texas. Saw a huge circus crowd the other tay. People :rom an over me cuuu- y saw the parade. Reminded me V the Richland Springs Menagerie. Did the stands go wild the other tglit when our friend...

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

pwifH:- r5cn raid mn. Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 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 Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist-Assoc. Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Firman Early Special Reporter Blair Morris Special Reporter ORIGINALITY Originality is a thing that few people have. The man with the original thought is of many times more value to humanity than the man with the instincts of a monkey. Followers are easy to find if a man has something new or different from the general trend. College .students have many opportunities to be different even though there is not a great deal of opportunity for originality around a campus. The field is about as crowded as the S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 October 1933

SPORTS HOME and ABROAD .t.l.-ifnnrl WHS OUt Otl the wiiwr.n... w his best with that fZoT oldoT and arm bound to injureu .. happens he will tain condition for the game with Mc. Muiiy " ta t0 bt played here- tm Howard Payne indl- a noic hiu ... . .i...f tosiie Terry brother of Alton member of local fish squad 11 tiv to A" the shoes of the aU confe.ence Yellow Jacket quarter- ?on ' i Wnrlev. That will be a tough assignment for any pfcyer al- ihoueh Terry was u. ayecu uc..w. ... ..... .i.i Mnnv has been the time the conductor of this column has tried to cleat a path for me uraay icriui only to be run over before getting stalled. Piobably next season the two brothers will collide on the grid- iron when things will really start popping. -Simmons Brand. Let-lie says that next year when ...-. .nt he is really going to li ounce the little brother or die In the attempt. Leslie piayea a iair .r.mo niralnst the Tarleton Plow- bs the other night. iik McQueen caotaln of the Jacket squad Is due to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 October 1933

a ' praBSTCSTCPKlBfSrafi n EX-STUDENTS ATTEND GAME EVERYTHING NEW... New store home new dresses coats suits millinery and acces- sories. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE You are always wel- come to come and see whether you wish to purchase or not. The new shoe stock is arriving daily. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes Several former students attended the game with Tarleton the other night. Geneva McCullough football sponsor in 1928 was present. She is teaching in Coleman now. Opal Ja- mison also of Coleman attended the tilt. J. C. Apples Wilson former man- ager of the Jacket was at the game. Chasley Wilson of San Angelo came to the game. He seemed pleased with the results at the end of the third quarter. Beat the Miners. "Is there hot water in your house " aked one small boy of another. I ' There is." replied the other "and I am always in it." JACKETS BEAT- Kellogg Speaks Before Students In Full Regalia i J C Kellogg well known evange- list lecturer and author ...

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