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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 February 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET nvB A inn M oy4XPQWwWH CLUB urns AMcnia -Antarctica 'i c wkrJnB 9 U J NA.. ' 1Y NEW JOB IE CAMP Somewhere In ! Feb. 8 (via Mackay Ua- bye good old Jacob Rup- ; grand old steel nagsnip fled for pounding tnrougn miles of Ice cakes as big Iklyn Bridge and bergs as of Boston is leaving us year. I hate to see her 111 yell like a fool v. hen she sight again next uccem- ary. She has been a grand Ito us noisy smelly un- but we've felt safe on comparatively safe. At fever showed any tendency pen and spill us all Into I way this whole landscape i Is doing. Dre Gjertson and Captain a magnificent job bring- tough those hundreds of baling tumbling threaten- tany times a false move sent us to the bottom of coldest ocean. But' those men don't make false e Jake's going back to think or Port Chalmeis nd to be laid up foi a we've staying on the Ice. What will she find when s 7 well we ii ue in coin- by ladio with her and the world all the time and Gjettscn our troubles oven...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 February 1934

n 8 S3 ? g S i 1 I !. i?S PAGE 8IX HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET . csss. ammmiaak. I' M A... 'f fc jmm Th ore's ROMANCE In Shoes Like This! Black Kid Perforated Pump Grey Piping VAfB-EfcLv- At i a'. 'A $3.95 CE33DS&l$ gli-omnrwrja Dark Beige Mnnclmdo Print Tie $3.90 BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for college girl's clothes Dear Mr. Sheep Company: I have your literature concerning your sheep company and I am quite interested; inasmuch as I am think- ing I would like to get a sheep and go info the sheep business this sum- mer. I wonder if you have any sample sheep you give away. Even a small one would be all light as I have to keep it in my office until I can get ! some pastute for it where I can put it' out and have it pasteurized. I would like a nice medium weight all wool sheep In stripes if you have them one I can skin and make a Pendelton Jacket out of later on. When you skin a sheep once Is that the end of It? Or can they be skinned legularly like a human be- ing? I have ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 March 1934

Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS Made to Order Suits Phone 61 Dressed Have YELLO MKET ur Hair Cut at ANDERSON'S kRBER SHOP In irn Hotel Building No. 23 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY MARCH 1 1934 PRICK U I'MiH m 'mm. m9p N;e The ving Finger Writes RACKETS DOWN COWBOYS BY SCORE 34-33 erald N. Smith Editor loving Finger writes and (in writ Eon; nor all your piety nor j re It back to cancel half i I your tears wash out a of It." The Rubalyat. last four years I have seen Payne and Simmons play II with the Cowboys coming he heavy end of the score. toward Payne has defeated boys by one point 'mat's of a lead but it is a win. oudness It happened before 3P M. Wright has about the ! quoting ability of any man ver heard speak. He is ex- pleasant and brought some est points I ever heard when Monday. Sunday he made bent that was very true knity is more than a confes- Emake. It is a life to live." lie thing that Howard Payne DISTRICT BASKETBALL TOURNEY TAKEN BY BROWNWOOD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 March 1934

Cf l1 A m i i - fit lt"Y I& ? RSI PAGE TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET YELLOWJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 'My- 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 X. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Firman Early Assistant Editor ft'oodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor Roy Ramsour Feature Writer J. Wnddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English I mo WEEK AT THE LYRIC Wednesday February 28 "Let's laid against the background of a gl- Fall in Love." gantic motion picture studio. Aim Southern musiral comedy ac-1 "Let's Fall in Love" is Columbia's tre?. and Edmund Lowe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THREE Mm OTPffiBM ivg?yy 1 . sjLiJ-.iti TXTIONMd tXPI CLU r a f UTTUAMIMUrANIAnCIICA hCMteMfi!jntkaidHt IOZEN BOOT8! (AMERICA Antarctica IMackay Radio.) Believe are still hauling sup- le scattered caches on the He America and accord- oss Commander Novllle at it for a total of three pre. I am actually living at out by Pressure Camp king forward to getting E those warm snow-buried in Little America that rer of being blown away of wind we've got plenty ey tell me this is only a re are reaching the end Der season down here and me it is nice and balmy. growing so fast. They tell me that high school teachers in history sci- ence and geography are enrolling their entire classes and studying the stories with the working maps every week. That's swell! The morn the merrier. We welcome as memhnrs without any cost whatever all people interested in aviation adventure and exploration who send in a self-addressed stamped envelope to C. A. Abele Jr. president Little Ameil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 March 1934

FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET 3 ?ci 5l IS K i-cn is l.S )-M I T 54 Si t ' -f 1 1 THANKS JACKETS FOR Tumbling those haughty Cowhands off their broncs for PA AND MA Opposite Post Office KEEP YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL In the Spiirrp time a College gill's fancy lightly turn to thought'! or LOVE . . . and CLOTHES. Hon-rs-tly the new Spilng collections of Ladles' appatel is .simply a dream "walking." Silks for Spring 1934 The sllhs that are considered out- standing styles for Spring and South- ern wear oi either vciy stiff or very soft in texture vrry shiny or very dull of surface very bright or very muted in color . . . Taffeta Is one of the outstanding fabtlcs emphasized in Kiench Spring Collections . . . Taffeta for evening dres-.es Taffeta for evening jackets Taffeta ruffles and f i ills on ciepes for all occasions. Navy Taffeta Dresses with white lin- en coats. Vivid Taffeta Dresses with large jabots . . . Taffeta Jackets with woolen skiits Taffeta gloves bags hats accessories even Taffe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 March 1934

Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. It's the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Prest Made to Order Suits Phone 61 Iressed Have TfELLO mn air Cut at JDERSON'S ER SHOP In Hotel Building BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 8 1934 PRIOB 24 The Ing Fingei rntes lid N. Smith Editor Ing Finger writes and writ nor all your piety nor It back to cancel half our tears wash out a It" The Rubalyat. 1 MARCH 5 MARKED OPENING SPRING TERM MBti -Np- s arm Is here and the Sen- Iping around In a lot of bcir last menu naa pass- Id thev were next. Per- i powerful glad and pow- Former Student Awarded Highest Honors in Texas ENFORCEMENT iU'l &W Ethc old students or per- prefer the term former back in school. . . kcll and a darn good mu- ack. Helen Queen who Rrst term here is back. dford who was taken out or an operation is duck. from Weslaco in South returned for the last term ithers that I cannot recall tfllna Pruet. from Putnam Bthe rest of the citizenry in Howard Payne Sue 1931. &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET PAGE TWO c l2 Isa 5 he i YELLO -JGcSSSV Kmyrv(M i VvVy ACKET Carillon Tower Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 f Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Tress 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 VVoodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor Roy Ramsour Feature Writer J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English i-.wl.....w EXCHANGES m....nnmn . "A little powder and a little paint Will make a lady what she alnt." How many times have we heard that? And as many times as a girl has heard it she doubts it and ques- tions it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET istory Of Howard Payne" Continued from page 1. THREE 14 atlng as the First National Brownwood. mt nost office was located nnt of where the Scott Boot Company was later located. oved two or tnree times un- esent location and building led upon. knta Fe railroad was built ohout 1888 and the Fort pd Rio Grande was complet- 1892. CHAPTER ONE Ration for Christian Educa- Pecan Valley Association the Coming of Dr. J. D. Robnett. Valley Baptist Association snlzed Sept. 9 1876 at New Baptist Church seventeen fcrthwest of Brownwood In ounty. Rev. John May acted Irator and Rev. J. D. Cook as Seven churches were repre- The church at Brownwood organized Feb. 19th of the ir. At tms lime mere was aptist Sunday School in any fchurches and only two union schools. Mission collections years had nmountcd to only Missionaries labored the first ficc-will contributions. econd session of tne Assocla- held Sept. 1887. Fifteen i were represented. Rev. B:n was pastor of the church at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET I rotm m 1 !' THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday and Friday March 8-9 "Matquerader." him and her presence bespeaks a per- fect selection. Itonald Colman and Elissa Landi w'The Masquerader Two men who so closely resembled each other that one stepped Into the fighting political career and love of the other man's wife provide the fa mous dual roles of "The Masquera der" for Ronald Colman at the Lyric Theatre. Involved In the puzzled affections and loves of Colman's two loles are Elissa Landi and Juliette Compton and a big cast headed by David Tor rence Helen Jerome Eddy Cielghton Hale and Hallivvell Hobbes. As a background for Colman and the strange human problem of "The Masquerader" Samuel Goldwyn has provided a production that gives new life and a bright modern touch to the famous English melodrama. Political turmoil riot und the threat of rcvo lutlon financial and government crises taken from today's headlines are the storm clouds that drive one man from his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET HVB f UTIU AMERICA TANtARCTICA wHBtbc&c&tt 0 u mm Jim 1MB LC?.76dkk NO WORDI Fcbiuaiy 26. For ten tub has received no direct Atthur Abele In Little The Interruption Is due to sgs. One of these is the be engineers are changing qulpment at Little Amerl- alling directional antennae lure messages stories and will come through per- essages are now being re- admiral Byrd and his men Ibut they are unable to send out. We should be recclv- lorics In another few days (re bet they will be exciting lots going on down in Lit- ia. Tne last ot cne supplies rougbt In from the various the ice and the winter quar- ing made as comfortable . Captain Allan Innes- charge of Admiral Byrd's ment has left with three for a 300 mile journey back rmen Land to establish a as part of the scientific f the expedition. A crack levcloping In the ice In back "America Is causing the Ad- ie concern and he is taking early and wise precautions. hut's stories start coming gain we hope he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE. YELLOW JACKET AK SIX I i m mwt m lS. I s 'Km M I4! fcLH n II ' 15 CURVES OF MAE WEST OK D BY INSURANCE MEN Approve Return to Bux om Figures Replacing Starvation Slims. Dallas March 8. When Mae West popularized feminine curves she also opened the road to health and long: life to millions of women. Saucy naughty Mae did more than bring puff sleeves of a by-gone day and substitute feminine curves for straight lines and angles for sic also brought the glow of good health to the cheeks of her girl and women fans. This Is not the propaganda extend- d by her press agent but is opinion baaed on cold dry statistics from the actuarial department of one of the large Texas Insurance organizations. Insurance companies have always looked with suspicion and even disap- proval upon excess fat according to Z. E. Martin president of The Gulf States Security Life Company. But when women decided they wanted those willowy figures at any cost and began the reducing craze with their eighteen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1934

ill Dressed Have Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. It'a the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Pratt Made to Order Suits Phone 81 YELLO lir Hair Cut at MKET ANDERSON'S iRBER SHOP In rn Hotel Building No. 25. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 15 1934 The king Finger Writes erald N. Smith Editor loving Finger writes and kg writ Ion; nor all your piety nor lire it back to cancel half r your tears wash out a of It" The Rubalyat. King is more or less a feml- of fellow. Ask him where other day when the uppers ir him. Of course an upper Jeman and cannot go after when .... m negro the other day with one new sailor or skimmer hats the girls are raving about. nade it from a common felt the crown outside and the ut half-way up and half way Style is a hard master you 'reshman Day Idea is a good ere can be little doubt that King is not the best thing in f&r the students and espe- it for one clique. ite Pat Morse: "It's kind of to get up before an audi- Kf anyone doubts tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1934

I'ACJE TWd HOWARD PAYNE VELLOW JACKET m m m fi a a FN 1- in toio MXEI Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 c-fF 5V.i mrsi Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Publiahed 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 yVoodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Horace Trout Cartoonist Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor Roy Ramsour Feature Writer J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists REPORTERS Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English COLLEGE EDUCATION VS. REALISM "People ivoultl be your slaves if only you'll say something pood to them" There must be something more to success than mere education and ability. A college education truly is "only the beginning" as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1934

THfUOD istory Of Howard Payne" --Continued from last week HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET CHAPTER TWO re the Founding and Founded has been made to the Bird meeting In January the resolutions passed by A special session was the Pecan Valley Associa ted at Indian Creek June Readers are left to Imagine e feeling on the part of rested In Christian educa- the deep anxiety In the r. Ronneix as iney wartea iry until June to learn the arlstlan education In West special session Rev. J. C. pas elected moaeraior ana ing resolution offered by J. was adopted: "Resolved i Valley Baptist Association found a college within her ' subject to her control as practicable the location of ge to be selected at mis llf possible." button providing that a ma- fall the votes cast would be for the location of the col- adopted. Then came the Dn ol places tour places kgested: Brownwood Santa pieman and Balllnger. Dr. poke for Brownwood J. W. fcr Santa Anna Moss Martin nan and W. S. Maddox for Each of these men did his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1934

WHP jjf-Tj'ypimprR'' m c5 Hi m 1 in I 1 r otm HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET UNOPENED DOORS reihnps n do?en times a day each nf v.a id ronfrnntod with the problem ot making some choice: the selection of a comrade for the afternoon the evaluation of an hour of study versus the snmo amount of time In rest the selection of one among several books to toad. Mlnot. frivlal choices they seem (it the moment but In accuma- irtir.n they make up our lives for the futuie. We add something to our- rolvrs fn m every epeilence every r.rqi "Irt-un e relatively nunc important and yet .-t the time thev do not seem Im portant ate such choices as which Fiiliin.t we slvilt study In school. It may be that We have a equal liking and an equal ability for law anci meu- iclne foi business and teaching. Whcthei to take courses which will prepare va for one of these profes- sions or whether other courses which equip us fot life In another field Is a choice difficult to make and it Is the ci cam of the jest that no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET rxvm wmwmm OiAJl wmHMral kVLWItl v vmdic z.w r m r CLU 6yCMrf6W$Athah&M TRAIL WORK1 nerica Antarctica Feb. 25: ! (via Mackay Radio) Trail unds like a leaf from the Boy Scout. Well so it is. Ve memoers ot mis group South Polar Ice got their ct with the rugged outdoors ly scout organization DacK herefore they know what it m trail work of the season . And what an elaborate It is! And what an enor- of transportatlonal equip- ire using for it. The main Ich will go out 300 miles to food and supply base con- ee dog teams of nine dogs ken each. Behind this there importing party of two dog Dd behind this group there He tractor party using me ch Citroen and one Amerl- ac tractors. These three 111 be kept in constant touch naln base at Little America and by three of our air be conaor wmcn nas neon name William Horlick one lief sponsors of the Expos! Fokker and the Pilgrim. limply up to my eyebrows in connected with this inter- ice of the Expedition. One am issuin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1934

PAGE SIX HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET & K m m m m i Did Yeu Know? In Our College Library Helii vlr.r that a great number of the st tlrnts in our college do not I'-nv ib itt our College Library I h..o revised the sheet hanging In the llbinry which you do not read and in jroint to mint rome Information In the Yellow Jarkot which most of vou do toad. I hope that you will toad this for your own information. 1. The li'N.irv is a busy workshop s'obcdv ih wanted who does not de- slit? to wrk In older that the work nny be famed on with the greatest dor: ce of satisfaction it is necessary th.it absolute quiet be maintained at all times Students are requested to refrain fiom talking In the library a:id In the his of the administration bulldn.g. 2 'ihe main libiary is open morn- ing from 7 45 to 12'30 and after- noons fum 1 30 U 5 00 on school davv and f:o:n S to 12 00 on Satur- (i y On the i pen shelves in the main I'brary will be found the general ref- erence sets and other material of a j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 March 1934

Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. It's the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Prest Made to Order Suits Phone 61 Jretted Have YELLO MKET flair Cut at INOERSON'8 iER SHOP In Hotel Building BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 22 1934 PRICB Se Lk asAT AW BSSSBvaVaVaVaB. 1 ht At JMSflP The I Uig Finger 'rites U lid N. Smith Editor ng Finger writes and rlt nor all your plsty nor It back to cancel half our tears wash out a It" The Rubalyat. CLASS OFFICERS FOR SPRING TERM ELECTED erm . . . it means a 101 lie older students who are ilr last months here . . it many fellows will fall le permanently and some the teacners win oe for a few days at the end ad they certainly deserve would you like to try to bmethlng when you study . besides all these the Lasso will come out dllly . . anything bu can think of you can mentally. Put as much Spring i whatever you are doing. jtssr box is especially full of nlles and smiling. Here favorite poem on every- eral: were a turtle zy turtle Di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 March 1934

lM Y& ri isa . .jq E3 u?r? i two HOWARD PAVNE YELLOW JACKET wlo JK&24SX iiriw m P y ACKET ' 'rocks are being followed by aspir- ing young P.omeos whose hearts are j pinned iand rather loosely too on their sleeves. ! lease Is a daringly and realistic ex- pose of the dignified debutante rack-i el. jesse u. lihiv j.uu...... 1 gone to the poclety pages for his ma- Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 I Guess I'll always wonder what they land to talk about hour after hour while strolling about on the lawns or ' sitting on those renowned "iron pipe I benches" out front. 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. I THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor ; Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager Firman Early Assistant Editor . Wbodrow Smith Assistant Business Manage...

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