The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 21, Ed. 1, Friday, March 17, 1939 Page: 3 of 4
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Dr. Sam L Joekel Will Speak In
Brownwood Next Tuesday Evening
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Dr. Sam L. Joekel who will be
in Brownwood to speak next Tues-
BHS Orchestra Is
Presented In Chapel
As their student program Wed-
nesday morning the Junior class
presented the Brownwood High
School Orchestra. The orchestra
opened the program with "Jeep-
era Creepers" with the vocal by
their popular girls trio. This num-
ber was followed by "Down South."
Harold Lockwood and John Fer-
ris gave a flute and clarinet duet
"Enchanted Island." "Please Come
Out Of Your Dream" with Marie
Penn as vocalist was the next num-
ber. The Washboard Swingers gave
their version of "Old Man Mose."
The orchestra concluded the pro-
gram with "Clarinet Marmalade."
Eva Wells substituted for. the reg-
ular pianist who was ill. E. P.
Thompson is the director of this
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Your life is not only
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is worth living suc-
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Weekdays 1:30 . M.
Services to Held at
First Presbyterian Chureh
Dr. Bam L. Joekel professor of
the Engliah Bible at the University
of Texas and a member of the
faculty of the Presbyterian Theo-
logical Seminary at Austin will be
in Brownwood next Tuesday even-
Ins; at which time he will speak
at the First Presbyterian church
Dr. Joekel is one of the outstand-
ing ministers of Texas and Is con-
sidered one of the most interesting
speakers of the state.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic and all students are invited to
hear this speaker.
Brother Reese Will
Speak Next Monday
Because of the series of meetings
conducted at the First Presbyterian
church this week by Dr. F. Cross-
ley Morgan there was no meeting
of the Student Christian Associa-
tion last Monday night. The pro-
gram however that was planned
for that time will be carried over
until next Monday evening. At
that time Brother Reese pastor of
the colored Methodist church of
Brownwood will speak to the stu-
dents. "The program will be largely a
musical program" said Brother
Reese. He plans to bring a quar-
tette with him to furnish the music.
The meeting will begin promptly
at 7:30 o'clock according to the re-
cent change in time schedule and
all members of the student body
are invited to attend.
SOS Club Presents
"Stuff" Next Thurs.
"Stuff" featuring the Bandana
Dames will be presented next
Thursday evening in the auditor-
ium of the Fine Arts building by
the SOS club of Daniel Baker. The
program is scheduled to begin at
8 o'clock. Admission will be ten
cents for students and fifteen
cents for adults.
Included on the program will be
many of the popular artists of the
campus and the favorite enter-
tainers from other schools of the
city. The program will be cli-
maxed by the presentation of the
Bandana Dames a new and dif-
ferent Negro minstrel.
Tickets ard now on sale and may
be secured from any member of
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Dr. Moore Speaks
On Law of Jehovah
Rev. Ben H. Moore spoke to
Daniel Baker students Tuesday
morning on the theme "God's Law"
or the "Law of Jevohah." The
Divine Law can be compared to
the ceaseless tide for the only time
when we can forget God's Law is
the time when we are asleep to the
The Rev. Moore quoted Dr. Cross-
ley by saying "In this modern time
the young men and women decided
the Law has too many restrictions
and they feel that they must kick
over all relations with it in order
to have freedom and enjoy life.
But the minute they break these
ties they are throwing their free-
dom away and are plunging into
the very depths of slavery. God's
Law is as a warning light for us
and we must not ignore it."
The Ten Commandments are the
very fundamentals of our life and
will be in existence when we are
again turned to dust; and for this
reason if we wish to sail safely
over the troubled waves of life we
must have faith in our God.
Juniors Will Picnic
This Evening at Lake
Members of the Junior class will
meet this afternoon at six o'clock
for the first class picnic this
spring. The definite place for the
affair has not yet been announc-
ed but tentative plans are to go to
Lake Brownwood to hold the affair.
No outside dates will be allowed on
the affair the group voted at the
meeting held following chapel last
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pain to look upon her who is a
good dancer and well educated.
She must also be a very good
James Hampton: "I'm not look-
ing for a perfect someone like the
females said because I never saw
one and don't expect to. I pre-
fer someone who is intelligent not
beautiful but dumb who is a good
cook and not always primping and
above all who is in love with me."
Prof. Holoway: "She must love
me above all things. Be a good
cook know how to wear her cloth-
es and which ones to wear like to
do the things I like to do and have
a suitable education."
John Arthur Thomason: "She
must love me! she must be virtu-
ous. She must be neat and attrac-
tive have personality and a sense
Jim Snodgrass: "She must love
me first of all; she must hold my
respect. She must be attractive;
neat housekeeper and a good
cook. She must have a high re-
gard for cHristian ideals."
J. A. COLLINS
111 last Baker SL
TRY THI SIST
204 last Andersen
... WHERE FRIENDS MEET
Jim Snodgrass Gene Kennedy
Margaret Cole and George Allcorn
will leave Brownwood next week-
end to attend the annual conven-
tion on student government to be
held at Southwestern University in
Georgetown Friday and Saturday
March 24th and 25th.
The convention which is an an-
nual affair is meeting in George-
town this year to discuss the prob-
lems of student government. Del-
egates being sent from Daniel
Baker to register at the confer-
ence are the student body pres-
ident Snodgrass; Miss Kennedy
who is secretary of the student
association; Miss Cole secretary
of the Junior class and Allcorn
who is president of the Juniors.
One-Act Plays at
HPC Tuesday Night
Three one-acts plays will be pre-
sented next Tuesday night March
21 by The Thespians dramatic
club of Howard Payne in the Mints
building. Admission will be fif-
teen cents for students and twenty-
five cents for adults.
The plays which are under the
direction of Mrs. Leta Newby Shel-
ton will be "St. Agnes Eve"
"Strange Road" and "Quiet
A company of sixteen carefully
chosen actors and actresses has
been in rehearsals for the past
three weeks. Because of the range
of situations and interpretations
the plays should all be of special
interest to students.
Pledges Honor Big
Sisters at Social
Tho they thought it might"Ce
it wasn't the Cult of Foo at work
nor was there a wild goose at the
end of the chase when members
of the SOS began following the di-
rections found on notes delivered
to them last Wednesday evening at
the regular meeting time.
Notes had been left at various
places on the campus and within
its vicinity which led finally to the
home of Mrs. W. R. Logan on
Vincent St. Here the pledges were
awaiting the arrival of their big
sisters with an informal party.
Carrying out the St. Patrick
motif individual shamrocks and
clay pipes were presented to each
guests as favors.
Following the social the girls
adjourned to go to church.
Pres. James L. McConaughy of
Wesleyan University has been
elected lieutenant governor of Connecticut.
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Featuring the Bandana Dames and Other
8:00 P.M. MARCH 23rd
Daniel Baker Auditorium
Letter From Bible
Sam McLaughlin student ef
Daniel Baker who was Injured la
the football workouts three weeks
ago received Wednesday an en-
couraging letter from D. X. Bible
athletic head of the University of
Sam's condition Is slightly Im-
proved attending physicians said.
He Is In the Medical Arte hospital
recovering. Students may visit
him and sign his book If It la
impossible to see him at any time.
The letter which was sent to
him from Bible follows:
Mr. Bam McLaughlin
X certainly enjoyed my visit to
Brownwood a few days ago. Of
course I was sorry to learn of your
accident but I was delighted to
find you still In a fine frame of
Sam I think you are a thorough-
bred In every sense of the word.
You have a spirit that nothing can
break down and I am sure that
it will not be long now until you
will be feeling like a "three-year-old"
again. I know how keenly
interested you are in football. You
told me you were just getting start-
ed. While your start may have
been a little slow I just know you
are going to make a fine finish
and after all it is the finish that
makes a champion.
I know you have received a lot
of good wishes but I want you to
know there are none more sincere
Yours very cordially
(Signed) D. X. Bible.
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Sweden where they will be used in
Giant Milk Shake
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