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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1933

SAY IT TEAM! YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS Made to Order Suit Phone 61 Say What? Let's Go. MKET Pete Anderton'a Barber Shop Southern Hotel Bldg. )L. XX. No. 10 The Moving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor "The Moving Finger writes and havlna writ Move on; nor all your piety nor wit Shall lure It back to cancel half a line. slor all your tear wash out a word of It" The Rubalyat. The thing that' predominates in my ought this week is that the Jackets ally showed a lot of the cleanest srtsmanshlp that I have ever seen any body's field or anywhere else fit week-end. There were some un- easant things which happened he- Ire that game that should not have. be Howard Payne students were not Incemed in them though except as victims. IPS" One very childish thing happened at raised the ire of a group of boys much that they white-washed the car of a visitor in the city who iparently did not realize some of the lies that convention has placed on shoul...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1933

h two HOWARD PAYNE ELL0 j6p&. Vm Tyrant 1 a Ltfct4ulr ?B MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 7tf3S!EXv M( made by Lucy Barham one of the outstanding members of our Slime squad. Power to you Fish! You'll need It against St. Joseph's. You know Saints and Yellow Jackets don't exactly get along. We hear that "Bubbles" Carter took his girl to the show the other nlte on a family ticket! well? A 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 Firman Early Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1933

HOWARD PAYNE VELLOW JACKET THREE lackets Go Down In Glory ! & IMMONS HERE ish Play Today IONS MEET RANGER FRI. flth Coaches Taylor and Miller rklng their first team against Ran- plays and with one more night Anil's shoulder Lee's broken per to heal the Fighting Lions of Dwnwood are due to break the third in the Oil Belt this year when ly take the field against the Ranger ill Dogs. The Ranger lads are out I climb another step in the Oil Belt be but the Brownwood team looks pd enough to make them take a ck seat when they play football as ky did against Comanche and East- Id. IONS DISPOSE OF MAVERICKS FRIDAY 14-6 'he Fighting Lions of Brownwood rh School disposed of the second which has been following them ce the oilicials decided that thev cd Class A competition when they ned the Eastland Mavericks here It Filday afternoon 14 to 6. As in .otter games the Lions received no ife.ilis but this time through hard 9 lit and Miiatt football they outclass- the Eastland lads to the tune of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1933

l i roim ST. EDWARDS WINS (Continued from page 3) Second Quarter In the first play of the second quar- ter Schumann carried the ball around left end for 4 yards. Underwood tried a pass next but was smeared before he could get loose from the ball for a 10 yard loss. He tried another but It too was Incomplete and the ball went over to the St. Edwards men on the 38 yard line after a penalty of five yards for Incomplete passes. Cheatham carried the ball over the light tackle on the first play for 9 yards and on the net play canied it .1 yards through the center of the line lor the first' first down for the Tigers He passed on the next play but Little knocked it down. Romere carried the ball around left end for a gain of 4 yards Cheatham lost 6 on the next play when McQueen bioke through and smeared him. He punted out of bounds on the next play. Schumann carried the ball off i ight guard for 3 yards and tried the sec ond play around right end for no gain. On the third play he lost yard a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1933

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET FIVE Klrkk! senberg Tells Armistice Day on Western Front n..a t. Rosenberg representing bcal chapter of the American Le- whlrh J. A. Collins is com- Lr -na the speaker for the cha- Lrmistlce Day program neju m- nornlng November iu. waving thn front at the time the .tirp was agreed upon Mr. Ros b-r was able to give a graphic Ire of the scenes accompanying Lainn nf hostilities rne oui- Jlng features or his speecn are kllows: fcteen years ago sixty million men under arms engaged In a world llct which cost the lives of eight Ion men with an additional twen- ttllllon seriously wounded. Of the million men prepared by tne led States for service over iwo Ion reached France and nearly and one-half million saw active Bee on the front. Over one nun- f twentv thousand of this last Iber were killed and over two hun- thirty thousand wounded. Tne i of the war to the United States one million dollars per day. Armistice Signed November 8 there had been ru of an armistice b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1933

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET PAGE SIX W 1 riff CTfwgiBr& M 1 maid u t .rifo vM ViA wV WF2TnKyvm vv Mm i atiTBlNr- r'tlir inkgig SS When families and friends gather you'll want to make a good impression. To be suse your shoes are righl wear OEiwo 5f"rT3ta v Broun ' Hk- 3-95 $3.45 li0?F TWILIGHT TEA GIVEN FRIDAY One of the most prominent of re- cent social affnlrs was the twilight seated tea from 5 until 7 Friday No- vember 10 given by Mrs. L. M. Bus- hy and Mrs. V. D. McCulley nt the home of Mrs Busby 509 Booker hon- oring Mrs Robert Hutchinson for- mally Mls Elinor Spratt. Miss Mavis Douglas of Los Angelc Calif. who has been studying In Italy was guest artist for the occasion Mrs. Douglas favored the group with several Italian numbers through- out' the evening. The reception rooms were color- fully decorated with yellow chrysan- themums A color scheme of jellow and bron?e predominated further in the decorations and refreshments -eied from a table laid with a beau- tiful Chinese la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1933

LY IT TEAM! Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS Made to Order Sulti Phone 61 YELLO Say What? MKET Let' Go. rte Anderson's Barber Shop louthcrn Hotel Bldg. XX. No. 11 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23 1933 PRICE So bM ssVsTsW U NkrcLH M BB SBBBsTsW HHktwCSCIBBBHBV BH The oving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor he Moving Finger writes and kravina writ. Lves on; nor all your piety nor wit all lure it back to cancel half line. Er all your tears wash out a word of It" The Rubalyat. ie most disgusting thing that I flunk of off-hand is the back- r class. There are two divisions ie class and which is the worst l hnvc to decide. The back-patter pat-; the back and tells false- : to your face is one type nut tne obnoxious to me is the guy that Ito have his fur patted just right be he can function either properly npiopctly. he pei son who Is always expect- la lot of glory for every simple lliat they do could be classed with back-patters. They are all putrid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1933

. W TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET m m y 4M ?.. T r .iJWl ; 3M s nv M i 3 r"1 t & tVl I 1: m 11 1 & KJ ! YELLO MKEI Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 r Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published Ly and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Hrownwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Firman Early Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English I The Howard Payne Players with theii iirst production Dcnina tnem arc now looking forward to some ical work In preparation for the one-act play tournaments In the spring. How- cve'i they would first like to cxpicss their appteclatlon of the good attend- anc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1933

HOWARD PAYN VELLOW JACKET THREE JACKETS-SIMMONS SATURDAY N FUTURE JACKETS SHOW PLENTY THURSDAY fti -- i M '' lrl' VrtWAWAWWWAWJVAW SPORTS HOME and ABROAD viawwawawwwvwwwtfLi The Jackets will play one of the hardest games of the season Satur- day afternoon when they meet the Cow Punchers. Both teams may have mediocre ability but when they meet each other they play inspired foot- ball. The best football that has been .seen m the conference during the last vears has been between the teams. With Taylor back in the Jacket line up there is something that is going tw tear loose. He is the most able passer on the squad and has made more yardage than any other during the season. Taylor is not the only one that will be back in the game Saturday. Lit- tle will be filling his own position at center. Well do I remember the games that he has played against the Cow- boys before any many of the Cow- boys need little to make them re- member the playing. Schumann playing his last time against the Cow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1933

rOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET HO'S AFRAID 0 THE EVi 3 iJ&l :3 i IS. 3 f-.j r Fi El m e -" i-j t Ri Fwi cfc w CM NFJ ?! 5 m m &4 i.l I2S9 tea W1 I I PliJ RAD Jflii mill Dfivc v9 LUIIUUIJ! f-- tfj" 4V) NOT THE E8 yieBCT?yi fl&saasj hTTTIwilfTTiW TrMl I xT'v vBSmmfWP pP' " Ha' a""""- YELiOW JACKETS THEY ARE LIKE THE THIRD LITTLE PIG- PREPARED We Think So Too-- A. Chance to Get 22-piece Silver Set Given Away at 8:00 Saturday Night ARMSTRONG'S JEWELRY STORE WEATHERBY MOTOR COMPANY DAN L. GARRETT & CO. Insurance CHARLES DAY'S GARAGE WHITE & LONDON FUNERAL HOME "Sting 'Em Jackets" PA AND MA Opposite Postoffice JAMES H. TRONE CANDY CO. "The Best for Less" W. A. BELL & CO. Insurance McLEAN'S STUDIOS For Photographs J. C. PENNEY COMPANY ROY BYRD BROWN-BILT SHOE STORE 207 Center Avenue FRANKE'S CANDY FACTORY Insist on Franke's Candies HOLLEY-LANGFORD CHEVROLET COMPANY ECONOMY STORE DR. D. R. SCOTT Physician and Surgeon EH We're For You Jackets! HO'CWj Byml II iMijlWWW...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1933

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET F1VK IS WEEK AT HE LYRIC day and Friday Nov. 23-24 Weakness." . Bcntley beauiuui young new '.i(. triri. without one day of Lional stage or screen experl- lehlnd her has tne important ..tnnn Holman." the second .. ..iv Weakness." B. G. De- 's musical picture for Fox which ito the Lyilc Tneatre. . rjtiv. although without ii evnprlence herself comes . .'in naturally since she Is a of Harry B. Smith playwright uthor of a hundred successful Bl productions one nas per- j in nmnteur and school thea- I but "My Weakness" will mark ofessional ueout. her initial appearance before meiican lens Miss Harvey nas the most popular stars of the as her leading man Lew u was selected after a ttoor- Bearch among the stars of Hol- j .i hr final choice was made Hiss Harvey's own approval. .tt hoasts some of the out ing performers on ttoe stage ana I among wnora mc " r'worth and Harry Langdon co- .. irt silvers the world's most is "stooge"; Irene Bentley fllnv latest "find"; Henr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1933

laar I 1 ? t?1 1 a ' Si 1 1 w ViSi Si i &3 m w ) ZLZ 1 m I-: I -i PAGE SIX HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET Religious Activities chinch at Cottonwood last Sunday. He icpoits good sci vices. LIFE SERVICE BAND One of the most Interesting pro- grams of the year was presented in Life Service Band meeting Monday night. "Mountain School Work" was the theme for the night and was pie- rented in the form of a one act play In the play the teacher from a Bap. tist Mountain School visited in the home of an old mountaineer and told him of the merits of the school U- though the .nounuineei was at ill t 1'nwllling to send his daughtei tn the Khool after learning of the ihool he resohed to send her there. Aftei the play Mis Hattie BAer who is a membet of the band to! ot a few of hei experiences while ti ach- ing In Baptist Mount lin Sclnol Mr-. Baker said that the most wcnckiful spirit in the world prevail" in the schools Boys and girls aie bems. ihangcd entitely and many aie be- ing won to Christ. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 November 1933

N AY IT TEAM! Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. WI8HES H. P. C. A HAPPY VICTORIOUS THANKSGIVING yello Say What? Let's Go. ACKET fete Andenon's Barber shop Southern Hotel Bldg. XX. No. 12. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 30 1933 PRICE Be The loving Finger Writes By Gerald N. Smith Editor rhe Moving Finger writes and h-.ulnn writ. Iloves on; nor all your piety nor lhall lure It back to cancel half 3 line. lor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubaiyat. Jackets Beat Cowboys f. t( FALL TERM CLOSES TODAY Laminations are about over and hy of the students will have gone L this afternoon. Every student hill see the folks at home this week if possible. Most of them will be ki to see vou and the reason Is Ecthing that can't be figured out easily. lunday morning I met one of the hil'eis of the staff of "The sun ns nrand." She was certainly at- ttivc and to quote her "Newspa- woik is all I live for." She was Is Gairett and still Is. saw fins newspaper racket really draws Hints ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 November 1933

TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKEf bl Ii v -M IW. Iffi! - i-w a Pel j 1 S3 ife? YELLO MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 Churl nr ATtunhprA Tpvaq Tnrnrpnllnrrloto Pina. Ai! 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 Firman Early . Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English TO THE JACKETS Their work Is almost over Their race Is almost run And they have no Idea Of how much good they've done. They're kept our spirit high; When all of us were blue We gladdened when we saw them Our Jackets tried and true. Although you've won not all the ganies Howard Payne Is proud of you. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 November 1933

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET PAGE THREE kETS BEAT (Continued from page 1) 5 yard line to Simmons 28 yard On the next three plays Mc- carried the nail uirougn cen- 3 yard left guard for 4 yards 6 .ards and was stopped by en and Page. Pee tried ngnt but was stopped oy mawatas ngc for no gain. Pee took the and gave it to ureignion wno 1 8 vards at left end with Qll- nnd Edwards stopping him. Mc- m took the ball through center yards and the second first down. made Hie lacme. tree nit rigm for 7 yards and was stopped vlor and Little. McCollum went igh center for 3 yards and a first Page and uurien maae ine MiCollum attempted to pass ikes and Morrow crowded him he foicing him to pass Incom- McCollum made 4 yards at with Edwards and Page stop- hlm. Winters tried an end nil but Underwood threw him for aul loss. Pee punted 9 yards Gilliam covered the ball on Jac- 1. j aid line. Sikes made 3 yards ntci. Aicher tried leit guard tor In Archer was hurt when Mc- aml Winters tackled him. Schu- took ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 November 1933

'? iwa4 ifj 1KCT im IV lV &a 5A1 74 . i-j Isiv. If'tar :?. 4& AW ij rM m m FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET y22SL "Gold In the Htlls W the Dead Sis- ter's Secret" to be presented by the local chapter of the American Asso- ciation of University Women Tues- day night December 5 In the Howard Payne Auditorium Is the second dra- matic production for this season in Drownwood. The play Is a nineteenth century melodrama and has all the accessories of the shiny bar and whale bone undercarriage which so appro- priately set off the pure heroine's sob and the villain's bristling mustache. The cast has been selected from some of Brownwood's well known ac- tors the leads being taken by Mary Bess Sawyer Jack Broad and Tom Duly. This type of production will at least give the public a charige of setting. Whether the heart throbs carry just the right speed to be stim- ulating or so much speed as to make the audience hard hearted in response lemains the task of director and cast. Encouragement...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1933

LY IT TEAM! Let Us Order that CHRISTMAS SUIT " NOWI A 8ure Fit Assured Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. YELLO ISay What? ACKET Let' Go. te Anderion'i Barber onop outhern Hotel Bldg. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUSBDAY DECEMBER 7 1933 PRICK Be The oving Finger Writes Gerald N. Smith Editor Le Movlno Finger writes and ivina writ. Ires on; nor all your piety nor kit II lure It back to cancel half line all your tears wash out a lord of It" The Rubalyat. ngs are happening again and ' I forget It U A steno win Kinci- Dlv to me in person I will tell that happened to her letter. It In very handy and conveyed a aessage. Moving Finger will continue to the first verse as always seen although It might some times ry wise to try anything over. If le mquiies way me r-iigriuis in a black border It is because are more Uian likely dead and re to be mourned. training school at the First st Church Is well underway and 1 of interest. Here are a few le uaroner-isms caugni in une 's school: "Doing the usual t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1933

TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET !? ' 3 - PS ItiS I 't f IPs 3 I YELLO MMi Entered at the post office at Brown wood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 fF3$2&t V ft r t.?1J.ar.t?r 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 Firman Early Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Spedal Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor . REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English PLEA FOR ACTIVITY Initiative in political activity has been and is characteristic of college and university students in other countries especially in Europe and the Latin-American nations. The spirit of social justice has pervaded the academic field; and action frequently in the form ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1933

-Tcmjl w p T- - S WEEK AT HE LYRIC bday and Friday December 7- Bowery." Carrie Nation that ardent tionlst of the gay nineties call- hen of Iniquity" is the scene of of the excitement that takes "The Bowery" which is one most refreshingly amusing dramas to be screened in a ne. In fact its fun gets htlari- its melodrama riotous. ace Beery Georjc Raft and Cooper are starred in this 20th Picture their first by the nd an achievement t'o be proud kjing at the Lyric Theatre. Star is provided with an equal unity by a story that deals with baractcrs who made the Bow- "llvcst mile on the face of the In Its heyday. day was the period of the ng door saloon the honky tonk slavers volunteer Are brigades Ich "hot"' song numbers as "Ta- 3oom De-Ay." And It was the bustles bangs and raffled suits for women. It was also ' of John L. Sullivan and bare- ring battles and Carrie Na- Saturday Dec. 9 "Ace of Aces." HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET RMP&nMBHMBHMMMBMOTMKIMmmHI xaatifinri iir arm mm rge Raft Fay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1933

1.' FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET 13 ) p. l?' R sy T r ( ..! 2S IN 0. HE 5 to KB 3 f. IJ It Do Your Christmas Shopping ! EARLY j See our Windows for Suggestions Hosiery Sale this week end SATURDAY 55c Full fashioned cnirrons BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. letting In the Press Club. The t'ea members who icccivcd letters this year and Inst will get their sweaters in a rhnpel program soon on oi il'out the sixteenth of December. These sweaters arc very attractive and should icceive notice on the cam- t Ms due to the fact that they aie the ?t in four jears. Students in the .lomnalism class should get In t: I es Club and make the class count in more than one way. NOTICE1 reminding toward the pel son from hom you purchase your needs and lu.xuiies. A man may take the hills In high eail lu life but there comes a time when low gear is necessary. Son e men are so busy beginning things that' they have no time to ' sh anything. STATE B. T. S. THANKS TO THE JACKET STAFF The Howard Payne Players will h...

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