The Howard Payne College Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, February 23, 1968

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JACKET
Volume 55
Brownwood, Texas, February 23, 1968
Number 17
BEST DRESSED COED—Debbie Crissman was selected by
judges Maurine Stewart of the Art Department; and Don
Goldhorn, assistant dean of students, after being nomina-
ted by the student body. Debbie is a special education
major and minors in art: From Lancaster, this 19-year-old
transfer sophomore will be entered in the nationwide com-
petition of Glamour magazine, in which will be selected
the Top Ten Best-Dressed Coeds of the United States.
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Editors Headline
PR Conference
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Two distinguished Texas edi-
tors will headline the program
of the annual meeting of the
Texas Baptist Public Relations
Association which will he hos-
ted here next week by Howard
Payne College.
They will be Dr. John J. Hurt,
editor of the "Baptist Standard"
of Dallas, and Ed N. Wishcam-
per, editor of the "Abilene Re-
porter-News" of Abilene.
Dr. Hurt will be the main
speaker at a dinner at River-
side Motel Tuesday evening,
Feb. 27. Wishcamper will ad-
dress a luncheon meeting the
same day, at the Howard Payne
cafeteria.
The annual meeting will see
a number of prominent Baptist
staffers in Brownwood as it gets
under way Monday afternoon
with Registration at the River-
side from 1-5 p. m.
First event on the three-day
program will be a barbecue at
5:30 p. m. at the Howard Payne
Lodge on Lake Brownwood. Dr.
Guy D. Newman, president of
HflPC will officially welcome the
group to Brownwood.
Russell Clem, director of
public relations at Baylor Uni-
versity Medical School, Hous-
ton, who is president of the as-
STUDENTS NAMED TO
HPC HONOR LISTS
sociation, will preside at the
first meeting Tuesday, which
will feature two panel discus-
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Candidates File
For SA Offices
Candidates for Student Asso-
ciation Offices at Yellow Jack-
et deadline time Tuesday, were
announced by Tommy Haitian,
president, and Skip Blancett,
elections chairman of the stu-
dent body association.
Student Association candi-
dates are president, Lanny Voss,
junior; vice-president, Roy
Fewell, Junior, and Burt Pur-
vis, junior; treasurer, Larry
Sims, sophomore. No one had
filed for the office of secretary
by the Tuesday, Feb. 20 dead-
line, Bastian said.
Elections are scheduled Fri-
day, March 1.
The Student Association con-
sists of every regularly-enrolled
student of Howard Payne. The
philosophy of the organiza-
tion is based upon cooperation,
mutual interests and the wel-
fare of the entire campus com-
munity.
Names of students making
the Presidents and Dean's lists
and the honor roll for the fall
semester have been released by
Mrs. Dora Mae Herring, reg-
istrar.
Twenty two students made
the President's list. Require-
ments for the list are based on
work with a minimum of twelve
semester hours and a grade
point average of 3.0. Students
making the list include sen-
iors Carol Clarke, Linda Jones,
Paula Jordan, Margaret La-
ttham, Sharon Lohse, Julia
Lee Morgan, Yvonne Pierce, Ra-
mon Rivera, Mary Alice Ru-
ane, Vernie Shores, David Wal-
ters, Meredith Wootton and Al-
vin Weatherman.
Also juniors Judy Graves,
Sandra Gray, Marilyn Griffin,
Focus Week Ends
In Chapel
Howard Payne College Chris-
tian Focus Week, which has
featured ten prominent Baptists
from several different fields of
endeavor, ended today in cha-
pel.
Thus ended a week of
thoughts, talks, prayer and dis-
cussions of the many and vari-
ed problems which face young
people today. Through the dis-
cussion of the "Exploding
World," students were led in
their search for, their own ans-
wers to these questions.
S. L. Harris, administration
consultant, student department
of the Baptist Sunday School
Board, served as team coordi-
nator, while Robert G. Camp-
bell, director of religious activi-
ties at HPC, served as the gen-
eral coordinator.
Campbell said that "Christian
Focus Week was designed to
bring to our campus a team of
capable leaders from various
walks of life to serve as
resource program personnel,
and to remind us all that real
living is found only in a vital
relationship to the living God."
Other members of the team
included Scott Edlward Grin-
stead, Sr., national BSTJ di-
rector for all Negro Colleges
since 1953; Mrs. James A.
Wray, wife of the BSU director
at Lamar Tech and who travel-
ed in the Holy Land with the
Baptist Youth World Alliance
group in 1963.
Lt David L. Holmes, a gradu-
ate of HPC, and who served as
the staff intelligence officer,
Naval HQ, Vietnam, from Oc-
tober 1966 until April 1967; Dr.
Clifton S. Harris Jr., chairman,
division of education and psy-
chology, Houston Baptist Col-
lege; Rev. Larry Baker, pastor
First Baptist' Church, Hamil-
ton. v
Mrs.' Lena Faye Alford, coun-
selor and assistant dean of stu-
dents, Wayland Baptist Colllege.
Coach Bob Wright, assistant
to executive vice president of
Texas High School Coaches As-
sociation at Austin; Arnold
Maeker, partner in firm of
Maeker-Stephens and Sessions,
Architects, Lubbock; Dr. Dan
English, surgeon from Tyler.
Karen Petross, Frances Steak-
ley, and Donald Wigley. Also
Wayne Williams, sophomore,
and freshmen, Dick Garrett and
David Pratt.
Thirty nine students were
listed on the Dean's list with
no grade less than a B on
work of a minimum 12 semes-
ter hours and a grade point
average of 2.75-2.99. Included
are seniors James Filyaw, Janet
Goldhorn, Richard Hodges, Bil-
lie Kibler, Shirley Knott, Da-
vid Lowe, Charles M. Miller,
Roy Ragsdale, Thomas Ruane
and Bruce Wells.
Also juniors Lana Archer,
Mark Edwards, Linda Geeslin,
James McGlothlin, Nancy Ann
Perez, William Rammage, Wil-
liam Stone, William C. Storms
and Mary Louise Young. And
sophomores Sandra C'alhoon,"
Carolyn Cross, Kathy McCaleb,
Stewart McChesney, Maurice J.
Meek, Sherry Moore Seal, Rox-
anne Ratliff, i Greg Rodman,
Mary Helen Rodriquez, Gaynell
Tipps and Ellen Tucker.
Also freshmen Etta Briscoe,
Joe Errington, Jeanne Grim-
shaw, Brenda Hightower, Ste-
phen Langford, Patricia Living-
ston, Sherian Pitman, Thell
Pruett, and Nancy Ruth Walker.
Fifty - one students met the
requirements for the honor
roll. This list is based on no
grade less than C with a min-
imum of twelve semester hours
work and a grade point aver-
age of 2.50-2.74.
Seniors listed are Kay Atker-
son, Kenneth Benson, Melba
Benson, Beverly Bunte, Freddie
Cullins, Ronald Dowefll, Char-
lotte Duke, James Heath, Don
Henderson, Melvin Hogan, Mary
Beth Morris, Viictor Nichols,
Annalee Perkins, Harry Sockol,
Carol Spivey, JoAnn Stewart,
Charlotte Strasner, Linda Wads-
worth and Carole Ann Wood.
Also, juniors Jody Cate, Ste-
phen F. Daughety, Jack N. Da-
vis, Roy Fewell, Marian Ken-
nedy, Adella Maddalun, Gary
Manning, Weida Spannagal,
Jean Spies, Norma Jean Tay-
lor, Rhonda Turner and Lanny
Voss. And sophomores Linda
Akins, Helen Brown, Jerol V.
Daniel, Patsy Dunn,, Margaret
Eppright, Pamela Lively, Travis
J. Phifer, Jessie Richmond, Car-
olyn Earl Wall, Lawrence Law-
son, Ernest Storm and Pam
Sutterfield.
Also, freshmen Gerald Benta,
Judy Charlton, Paulette Cun-
ningham, Carolyn Drain, Con-
suelo Garza, Gayla McMillion
and Melvin Reus.
Top Notch
Deadline
Deadline for entries for the
publication "Top Notch," lit-
erary magazine of Howard
Payne, is March 15, announc-
ed editor Cathy Land last
week.
Students are asked to con-
tribute "all types of material
with lots of different views,"
the editor commented.
Any regularly enrolled stu-
dent of this college is eligible
to submit literary entries. In-
cluded in the publication will
be short stories, one-act plays,
poetry, essays, feature stories
and similar works.
Material for publication
should be turned in to Miss
Tessica Martin, Journalism De-
Magazine
March 15
partment; Miss Bob Ricks, Eng-
lish Department; or to any Top
Notch staff member.
Staff members will compile
the magizine, which will be
distributed sometime t h i si
spring. Publication of "Top
Notch" is an annual service
project of Pi Chi, the press
club.
James Filyaw recently was
announced as assistant editor
of the magazine. Other staff
members include editor Cathy
Land and business manager
Lana Archer.
Positions as artists for the
magazine are open. Anyone
interested should contact Jamea
Filyaw or Cathy Land for fur-
ther details.
TEACHER EXAMS
SET APRIL 6
Less than two weeks remain
for prospective teachers who
plan to take the National
Teacher Examinations at How-
ard Payne April 6 to submit
their registration for these
tests to Educational Testing
Service, Princeton, N. J., Mrs.
Grace N. Elsey, dean of stu-
dents, announced.
College seniors preparing to
teach and telachers applying
for positions in school systems
which encourage or require ap-
plicants to submit their scores
on the National Teacher Ex-
aminations along with other
credentials are eligible to take
the tests. ,
"Bulletins of Information"
describing registration proced-
ures and containing registra-
tion forms may be obtained
from Mrs. Elsey in the dean
of students' office or from Na-
tional Teacher Examinations,
Educational Testing Service,
Box 911, Princeton, N. J. 08540.
At the one-day test session
a candidate may take the Com-
mon Examinations, which in-
clude tests in professional ajnd
general education, and one of
the thirteen teaching area ex-
aminations which are designed
to evaluate his understanding
of the subject mlatter and meth-
ods applicable tor the area he
may be assigned to teach.
Each candidate will receive
an admission ticket advising
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