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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 March 1934

THIUHB tOVy of Howard Payne" Continued from iast week HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET KtJM turn fctJMffC fcWHI rER FOUR ition of Dr. J. D. Rob- he First Graduate 03-1896. bn with most great it was with Howard a retrenchment. of 1893 was perilous. carce and everything I April 1893 Dr. Rob- presldcnt of the col- in the dual capacity Ed field agent for the salary. J. H. Grove . Due to financial con- dent body was greatly the term 1893-94. But ate of the college the Us no less worthy col- lege would have closed Robnett Jr. received ree. it was mc nrsi by the college. J. D. a son of the founder nett Sr. and what a Bch a matchless father. distinction he has as ate of the college the It timely to briefly re- Morto 1900: J. D. Rob- ln SC. USN. ht Cutvre near Mexico 9 1874. Father: Rev. obnett D. D. Elemen- and Westminister Col- (o. and William Jewell ty. Mo. and Doctor of IWIlllam Jewell College. ounty Mo. 16 April Dallas Texas 1898. President College De- Ulan Robinet French came with his family...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 March 1934

C5 rm Vfl Foxm HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET GEE' JACKETS! SPRING IS HERE LET'S GO FISHIN' PA AND HA Opposite Post Office Campus Comments We notice that the Yellow Jacket has been devoid of its numerous an- onymous columns for the past two or three issues so we decided to give Gerald a surpiisc. And what a surprise! Hnl W.W M. w Mm. w A w M BI Outside sources of information in- form us that Rupert Baker is not en- tirely in sympathy with the dorm rules. And who else has heard about the letter Mattte Ella Estes received ? It was address to Mrs. Rupert Baker. Gee another one! After returning from their wedding trip slightly belated because of the current madness of secrecy Mr. and Mrs. (nee. X) Tim Ellis are at home at 1701 Coggin Avenue. Maybe all these recent marriages are encourag- ed by the many ministers here on the campus. Does Glenn Woodruff know his psychology? Yeah man! There he is again up on the center front in Mrs. McDavld's class. bf Helena Rubinstein thud Deatify Authority ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 March 1934

jressed Have YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Mgr. tt'a the well-dretsed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Prest Made to Order Suits Phone 01 4alr Cut at ACKET ANDERSON'S IER SHOP In Hotel Building to. 27. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 29 1934 PRICK St d PI KAPPA DELTA MEMBERS GO TO KENTUCKY The tng Finger rrites Id N. Smith Editor rtg Finger writes and Vrlt nor all your piety nor lit back to cancel half kur tears wash out a It" The Rubalyat. L SHAM' TO ENTER Band Presents friend Irresistible has The other day he was e walk with a young mpted to hold her hand well her hand met his lellnesr muttered "Well et his match." kers continue to talk on . "The Last Round- . . The Boy Scouts ipus resent being called hey prefer to be called cation Students . . . ome and went . . . And . . . Examinations are fthat I have little respect iloved Dr. J. W. Hunt of dead ... He was foun- aldent of the college in is to be the main subject liege newspapers at pres- fchat a commonplace thing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 March 1934

isa IL iS m m IW Ivw iwr IV I ia 'J m m m t3 m m iei K& . ' I ;'up turn mm mm TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET wis JodzASSK myrMw i ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 r ' 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 Firman Early Assistant Editor Woodrow Smith .. . - Assistant Business Manager Blair Morris . Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald .. Society Editor J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists Jodie Caldwell Bob English Reporters THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Mnilirp Evans. Conway Tcarle Morkel. Stuart Erwin Spanky Mc- Rogers Farland and otheis. Una cnt in anything connected with Will Monday and Tuesday April 2-3 'David Harum." Thursday and Friday March 29-30 "The Kennel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THREE IStory Of Howard Payne" Continued from last week IPTER FIVE Expansion 1896-1908 vas elected to the pres- oltege in 1806 to All the Bant by the resignation He "had been a teach- re from us Beginning. well qualified for lead- one hundred and seven- ed the first year of his Tuition was Increased rear and board In Rob- $5.50 per week. The Ired ten and the Board Ktecn. Dr. A. E. Ba- to the Bible chair. i department was add- ear. ting to notice the num- res taught: English Hebrew Sanskrit Ger- Spanish Italian and htt another son of the j. C. Stone were the In 1897. re was a population of wood six churches and apers. Irs. J. t. Harris naa pnett Hall. Young wo in the Hall were re' alsh linens wash bowl lamp. Wood and coal shed by the institution. contained important bn Encyclopedias Stan ley etc. lycar that Howard Payne from the ownersnip or Jley Association into the (Baptist General Convcn- In name at least the grown in seven years Institution to a State nt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 March 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET I I n JACKETS MAKE THOSE CINDERS FOR PA AND MA Opposite Post Office FLY I J g' "7l-jl.7s;j5?ijyci-ftj-'uijir Brief Flashes The sun Is shining and the sky Is dark Countless raindrops are trying to park. The streets are dusty and birds are singing. Such funny weather the spring Is bringing. Top-coats and sport clothes within an hour Leave without your boots and you gioct n shower u think "That guy is crazier every day!" But that's how 'tis so what can I say?" I give up. Every time I even think of commenting on the warm sunshiny days and the giandeur of Spring the mercury tuns down the glass like a monkey on a string. ROY BYRD Dyeing and Cleaning HATTERS PLEATING MEN'S FURNISHINGS Phone 807 412 Center Avenue VvWlWWlMWWWWWA At the time of this writing the wind is howling as though a gate to the ;reat frozen north had been left open. It is .so cold that even the evergreens md frcsh-alr hounds are contemplat- ing hibernation while only ten min- utes ago the sun ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1934

SLIME EDITION pressed Have felr cut at lNDERSON'8 bERSHOP In (Hotel Building YELLO ACKFJ 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 (No. 28. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY APRIL 5 1934 PRICK So The ing Finger rrites tld N. Smith Editor Ing Finger writes and vrlt nor all your piety nor It back to cancel half your tears wash out a It." The Rubalyat. slimes are editing this er and Bob English has job. He has a parody on that will probably make ay head In shame at bis in is written in unusual ces. The fish are putting kper and this column ap- years ago in a slime edl- edited. That was the last edition that was truly efore this one. it" tand that Mickey and I In the freshman staff so er is any good at all give 3it. The boys have done i ads and other parts of the eclally the green part. &3T rs from BrecKenriugc are y good. That auburn halr- a rare comedian and if know something he is far a slouch at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1934

' r I 4 i j ' I i 'j I :) TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET raio W MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Tex as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION SATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 f 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 Firman Early Woodrow Smith . Blair Morris Alice Mae Fitzgerald ... J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Jodie Caldwell Bob English .. .. . Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager ... . .. . Special Reporter . . Society Editor . Columnists Reporters SLIME STAFF BOB ENGLISH .Editor WOODROW SMITH....Business Manager Lindsey Dublin Associate Editor Barton Dailey Assist. Business Manager A. C. Garvin Special Reporter Ray Doyle Lois Wilson " Hickman Moseley f Helen Queen J Gerald N. Smith Printer's Devil Schnozzle Allen Assist. Pencil Sharpener HOPE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THREE J. L. BROWN & SON 222 Center Avenue Gruen Watches - Diamonds and Jewelry "Let Us Repair Your Sick Watch" mw'w'mmw t v m STUDENTS! Your Candies Cold Drinks Ice Cream and School Supplies at HAMBURGERS AND PIES THE LINDBERG Hot Wells Swimming Pool and Bath House POOL READY FOR SWIMMING NOW MITCHAM FUNERAL HOME ilKES THE UY WAY McCollum & Mclnnis Service Station 700 Center Avenue MOBILGAS - MOBILOIL Phone 777 Brownwood Dry Cleaners 5 1 2 Center Avenue Phone 700 EVERY B in Y WEAKLEY -WATSON HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS Thorp's Grocery and Filling Station 26 1 3 Austin Avenue STOP AND SHOP AT EMISON'S For the Best in Everything USE MARATHON TIMED GASOLINE and ENDURANCE MOTOR OILS BOULDIN&GILMORE Distributors OUT IN s FRONT and the FISH are Leadin' l tSoRSHOP W P The College Barber Shop ff 1 5 (s9l Across Fisk from Campus Under New Management I Lurar (Slick) Holcomb Mgr. bI" R M' McGinnis' Prop' I - You. Slimes SINK : ; Mead's UEHI -JUMB0 L0AF au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET ?'il ! "H GENTLEMAN FOUND ON 2 FOUR H- H- 1 Man Chased From Dorm By Irate Matron Jake Edwards Suspected Caught While Roaming About in Hall but Es- capes Identification. Brief Flashes Ray A. Doyle "A few of the Freshmen went out to lla.V. Uppeis thought it the joke of the day. So they followed along hut to thclt sutpiise Were not gteeted with "wondeting ecs." Everything is swimming along in great fashion now- summer is testily on the way the grass Is regaining its gteen colors and the Freshmen have lost theirs. Freshmen are usually "impressed" with the importance of the uppers (by the uppers i Continually they (the uppers) ale boasting of their great deeds (both on the Held of hon- or and In the class room.) It seems they (the tippets) could hardly 'blow' ftom September until June but the teal reason they (the uppeis) do is because they (the tippets) fear (well based fears too) that no one will ask them (the tippets) to .slat t again. and proof that even th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET iiva owboys and Jackets Not to Play IONS WANTS RACT FOR iOLD MINE LR "FISH" CROP It Win a Few Games They Do Not Play ie Jackets. hse the officials of Simmons want to become rich off of football game with the Jac- ere will be in all probability test between the two ancient The Cowboys wished to re- l guarantee of $500 and an of BO per cent of the gate Of course Cap Shelton the 8 business manager couiu nut hem this much so the 1934 off. vav. it seems mat oimmuna elded that it has had enough Jackets for awhile. It is not i exactly why they refused to to an agreement with Cap but :annot be blamed. It does oe- monotonous being beaten year 1 year out. r after year Simmons has gone lie game with high Hopes trem- nccs. ana mue expeciauuua. nc- ess of their hopes and living up lhat they expected tney nave I beaten again and again one hardly blame the poor fellows for f discouraged ana giving up an of beating Howard Payne. Al- eh thev had years ago given up cal hope...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1934

m u PA6E 61 HOWARD PAYNE VfcLLOW JACKET TRUETT LITTLE and his bright curly locks. Ain't he cute girls? (Ed. Note This Is a paid adv.) WIGGLING THUMB (Continued from page 1) upon your feeble mind gentle reader that the bull In the following sheets Is merely bull and If you can't take t you will never be able to take any- thing. With these words of warning I will say that-1 hope you like it. Seems as though the Freshmen girls are kind of popular around the campus. Is there any upper who icgularly dates an upper? If so come to the office sometime and re- ceive a prize. The only one who Is eligible to receive the award of one stick of chewing gum is our friend Slaughter because we already know of his Infatuation. Mr. Edward Johnson who spoke in chapel last Thursday morning was plenty good If you ask me. Happi- ness is the main thing in life and we should try to get mote of the right 1-ind of happiness. Ever since he spoke I keep thinking of that in- cense pot and It makes me feel more c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 April 1934

YELLO Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King. Mgr. It's the well-dressed that get the breaka. Keep Cleaned and Pratt Made to Order Suite Phone 61 kur Hair Cut at MMi rE ANDER80N'8 kARBER SHOP In hern Hotel Building Ill Dressed Have sa aaamasf ar LvDOLiaaaaaaaaV m H IX. No. 29. The ving Finger Writes Gerald N. Smith Editor Moving Finger wrltee and vlng writ on; nor all your piety nor lure It back to cancel half Mine all your teara waeh out a ord of It." The Rubalyat the slimes finally got that at sheet out and proved that vere green In more ways than ob did put out a good paper and sure his grandmamma Is proud even If she did not get a If ever I have to put up with eshmen telling me how to throw er together again well I'll just irlly be no more. . JET. fese Spanish authors write some balmiest books. Take that one "The Arithmetic of Love." It have better been the sub- Ion of love. I remember some- I that I saw an arithmetical set of concerning love that ran prac thusly: Love adds to one's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 April 1934

W6 HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET 9 L Lm IWn pap B .? t i It 5 ILLOWPJACKET Entered at the poet office at Brownwood Texas as aecond-clati mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 3c Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College ai urownwooa Texas as a part or the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr. Business Manager Firman Early Woodrow Smith Blair Morris . Alice Mae Fitzgerald J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle. Jodie Caldwell Bob English Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Special Reporter Society Editor Columnists Reporters THE AFTERWHILES What do the afterwhiles reveal For you sadness or sunshine still? Where they stay I do not know Some scars and footprints do they show. One is signs of human races Careworn lines on people's faces All the deeds done and left undone Kindness to old and little ones Faithfulness to our church and home Loyalty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 April 1934

HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET istory Of Howard Payne" -Continued from last week SHAPTER SIX kr to Leader the Advance nlor College 1908-1914. rlef period Is Included the Ion or mree presidents. all good men and capable. is rapid and cbangea ire- 1p. ove resigned in 1908 after successful administration. tumphreys was made tern- ilrman of the faculty ana in was elected to the Bible mld-wlnter Bible Institute such men as E. Y. Mulllns r. M. T. Andrews C. B. J. B. Gambrell and B. H. ictured. re 375 students enrolled in of 1908 and 1909. rary dormitory for girls ted. A Foreign Mission W. C. A. and Student'! Association were organized. Payne won the athletic the West Texas lntercol ntests that year. y ZG loua roe nowara lumni Association was organ- J. H. Baugh as its first Its purpose was two fold: ual banquet and second to students. was 293 students enrolled in of 1909-1910 and the follow- rovements were made: fire were added to the main bulld- 00 library equipment and slcs equipment. tallow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 April 1934

"- 'f-r flui-arw . ?o g S3 S W ai is hi J I- A ft fid FOUR HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET CONGRATULATIONS ON A SUCCESS FUL TRIP PI KAPPA DELTA && PA AND MA Opposite Post Office : ' v. ;;;wssii SSfS!yMyW0!SWRtJPPCTXBJ?g3.T4 This Week at the Lyric Thursday and Friday April 12-13 "House On 56th Street." "The Home on 5ith Stieit" stain Kay FtancK Gene K-unnnil anil Hi-1 cardo Corter The production was i shown heiu some tiii.e ago as a pre- view and was ncclainiid a gioat pic- ture. I .woh iuojj poomXhoh tl ajnoj us job HUD puoi punoq.Cojo ivax3 uo aatiid making: an exciting cross-country trip. Monday and Tuesday April 16-17 "The Trumpet Blows." Saturday April 14 "Fugitive Lov- ers." With plctim-s liko "Punitive Lov- ers" to the movie cmie -nto theli own. The now melodrama a tluillti from beginning fo end. is the kind of a story to which ml' th inrm coitu do justice and In this rase they do more than justice. The cast each member uipib in his or her part was wisilj chosen. Robert Mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1934

Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King Itgr. It's the well-dressed that get the breaks. Keep Cleaned and Prest Made to Order Suits Phone 61 mio Hair Cut at ACKET ANDERSON'S IRBER SHOP In rn Hotel Building No. 30. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 19 1934 PRICK le Dressed Have BB BBF CBBSSkK I The fving Finger Writes erald N. Smith Editor Sovlng Finger writes and a writ. Fon; nor all your piety nor lire It back to cancel half e. II your tears wash out a or it" The Rubalyat. rounder's Day Program was I for one think it should nnunl affair and should be for about the birthday of Dr. ERobnett. Hearing Prof. Rob- I other morning reminded me lings I used to hear before to Howard Payne. other went to Robnett Hall to nd then to the Administration Many times she has told he laying of the cornerstone sr things that happened in the ptys of the school. She lived Dme of Dr. Robnett during the efore the first days of the She has told me many times ing him pray far Into the br the school. m ttnen as Dr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1934

TWO HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET llW m 1 yello m acm Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 &e Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press AssnrlarJnn 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 Assistant Editor Firman Earlv .... Woodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager Blair Morris Special Reporter Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists Jodie Caldwell Bob English Reporters THIS WEE ATM LYRIC Thursday and Friday April 19-20 "Convention City." More love tangles than have ever been seen in one picture before will be unfolded on the screen of the Lyric Theatre when the latest First Na- tional comedy "Convention City" opens. The many love affairs are said to lead to the maddest merriest situ- ations imaginable...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1934

tombs ristory Of Howard Paiine" Continued from last week HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET APTER 8EVEN litratlon of Dr. A. E. Ba- . ten 1815-17. Dr. J. M. Carroll resigned it and Dr. A. E. Baten was his place. Dr. Baten was labama and educated at verslty. He was pastor at Fort Worth and Brown- as. He was the recording of the Baptist General Con- Texas for twenty years. charter member of the Tex- on Board; a trustee of the E-n Baptist Tneoiogicai organized the State B. Y. xas; professor of Bible In Payne from 1907-1911 and of Oklahoma Baptist Unl- etlc Council had done much King athletics In Howard lege. T. A. Copas was head his football squad was at lr success. tint system was Instituted ovtded that no individual more that twelve points a umber of points being given event. une of the football team had ie Baptists." But since there ier Baptist schools the name team became too general ons were called for relative tr name for the team. The on of Miss Carrie Camp Jackets" was adopted. And lam ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1934

tfotm HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET Isit lv-- j wj I IA ;s ( . i TEXANS STOOD FOR TEXAS AT THE ALAMO We Stand for Jackets at PA AND MA Opposite Post Office FIRST FOUNDERS (Continued from Page One) "Doctot Robnutt was sorely disap- pointed In n relative Howard Payne who had led him to believe that he would make an endowment or large donation if the college was named for him. Ho sent very little to the founder-president. However In later yeais Dr. Robnett said 'I admire Howard Payne who wrote "Home Sweet Home." Let us leave the name as It is in honot of the immortal com- poser." During' the last years of the life of the president and founder of the col- lege theie were many trials but the strength that had held the man In his life guided him thiough. Letters which he wrote in the last years show his gieat faith. Men Who Carried On PiofesMit Robnett said "The work of Dr Robnett is not finished . Man's work Is never done. . . . Many have can led the load and their names should be placed al...

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