Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 20, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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lenience in a case of crime. These
boys were both of equal chance but
one of them proved his worth and the
other is a hunted criminal.
Mr. Johnson gave a definition of
success which embodied the facts that
follow. A man must be happy do his
best and live the life he should to be
a great success. In closing the speak-
er advised that as you go and pre-
pare yourself think seriously of what
you want to do. Do not fail because
of lack of preparation.
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position and one arrangement' in the
The program started with congre
gational singing and was followed by
the invocation by Dr. A. E. Prince
pastor of the First Baptist Church.
"Oh for the Wings of a Dove" by
Mendelssohn was sung by the club.
The first number of the Four Leaf
Clover Ensemble was "Faith Hope
and Love" by Shelley.
Miss Elva Scott was presented in
a solo "The Good Shepherd." The club
followed Miss Scott with a number
that was second in popularity of the
whole program "How Beautiful the
Mountains" by Mrs. Underwood.
Dr. Prince read the Scripture and
the offertory was played by Miss Beu-
lah Doerr organist and educational
director of the church. Miss Aleene
Tate sang Handel's composition "I
Know that My Redeemer Liveth" in
a very beautiful way.
What was considered the best en-
semble number of the whole program
was presented by the club when they
sang "Listen to the Lambs" by Dett.
The Four Leaf Clover sang "Lift
Thine Eyes" by Mendelssohn.
The two closing numbers of the
program previous to the benediction
by the pastor were arranged by the
club. They were "Oh Divine Redeem-
er" and a special arrangement by Mrs.
Underwood of "Jesus Saviour Pilot
Me." The arrangement was consider-
ed the most beautiful music offering
of the evening.
The club has been asked to present
another concert soon and they have
agreed to comply with the request
May 5. Mrs. Underwood is due much
credit for the training and the teach-
ing of her students. She has done
much to make Howard Payne what it
is and has advertised it far and near
by her association with the institu
THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC
Friday and Saturday April 2122
"Twenty Thousand Years In Sing
The story of the inside of the prison
life is supposed to be the most truth-
ful ever filmed. The story of a young
man and his love for a girl make the
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The modern husband may find the
safety pin okey as a substitute for a
button but it is not so good for clos-
ing up the hole in the toe of the sock.
This Is ZAK ZEK'S twin
Zak states with pleasure that
he Is going to be present on next
Thursday night the 20th In the
Mlms Auditorium to see "GIRL
Monday and Tuesday April 24-25
"So This Is Africa."
Wheeler and Woolsey act the fool
again for your pleasure. They appear
in "So This Is Africa' as a pair of
looney explorers who by chance get
into a group of Amazons. Their ad-
ventures form a series of the most
comical incidents that movie goers
have ever seen.
Raquel Torres plays the lead part
with the goofy pair and furnishes the
audience with many opportunities to
seejthe boys act as usual.
Bill: Well Leap Year Is over. Did
you receive any proposals?
Sandv: Oh. ves. but none of the
girls could support me in the style ia
wnicn i nave accustomed myseu.
Doctor: Well my good woman why
didn't you send for me sooner?
Patient's Wife: Well air we
thought we'd wait a while and give
him a chance to get over it.
He (cautiously): If I should pro
pose would you say yes?
She (still more cautiously) : If you
knew I would say 'yes' would you
story all that one could want with all
the various twists that fate put into
the life of a man.
Spencer Tracy plays the part of the
convicted man in the picture and
Bette Davis is the girl who loves him
and almost dies for him. In the end
he shows his heroism by going on to
the chair when there was a chance
for escape of the supreme penalty by
The picture shows all the greatness
in the life of the prisoner and gives
the audience heart throbs and sym-
pathy for the fate that awaited the
lad as he bravely marched in to the
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