Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 20, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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on the guitar. Ht presented "Kitty
Brown" and "Dreaming of You" In
the true yodeller'a style.
Freabman Moser played "The Sall-
ora Hornpipe" and aa two encores
presented two other numbers with all
the pep in the world in them. The
last number was "St. Louis Blues"
The concluding- numbers on the pro-
tram were presented by the Golden
Voices from the Barn. "She'll Be Coming-
Round the Mountain" and "Hand
Me Down My Walking Cane" com-
posed their part of the program.
Public opinion ran high for the
slimes and their program was gener-
ally accepted aa one of the best of the
JACKETS TO MEET
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so far. At night the wind seldom
blows and they will not be bothered
along these lines. Taken as a whole
the meet should be a very interesting
Due to the showing made by the
Bobcats at the meet in Austin last
week end the Jackets are favored to
win the encounter without any too
much trouble. In Scott the Bobcats
have a man that has pole vaulted 18
feet. He accomplished this feat at
Austin last week. Wheeler finished
behind the Bobcat half miler last week
end. Underwood Injured an ankle in
the meet in Austin last week and his
condition is not known at this time.
With the exception of the Jacket hur-
dler the team Is in fair condition.
ELECTION TO IE
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ward and Ernest (Micky Allen are
For editorship of The Yellow Jacket
the present editor Gerald N. Smith
was the only nominee.
The candidates for the business
manager are Ernest Allen Jean Bur-
leson and Jack Adams.
The nominees for the head yell lead-
er are Marcus Murphy Sammy Cox
Dick Austin Edmund Gaines and Jack
The election will be held May 2 on
the campus under the direction of the
president and other officers not inter-
ested in the election.
Rev. Richardson preached at North
Bennet Sunday April 16. He also fill-
ed an appointment at McGirk Sunday
Rev. Cochran filled an appointment
at South Bennet.
Rev. Hart preached at Liberty.
Duke Shaw filled his appointment
at Live Oak church Sunday.
Rev. R. Starnes preached at Gros-
vernor last week-end.
Rev. Alvin Johnson preached at the
East Cisco Baptist Church last Sun-
day. Marce Perdue filled an appointment
at Cottonwood Sunday. He was or-
dained to the full work of the ministry
April 12 at Milton Avenue Baptist
This Is ZEKE ZAK'S twin
ZEKE states with great pleas-
ure that he will attend the play
given by the Howard Payne Play-
ers He also tells us that any
person who is In any way attach-
ed to Howard Payne and who
doesn't show a little of this "Good
Old Howard Payne Spirit" by see-
ing "GIRL SHY" Is a piker.
WHAT DO YOU THINK . . .
A husband and wife were driving
along a lovely country road. They
had had a spat. A mule brayed.
"One of your relatives?" he asked.
"Yes by marriage" was her reply.
"If I'm unable to get home this
evening" he said "I'll send you a
"Never mind" his wife replied "I
found it last night in your pocket."
Watch for "Girl Shy."
Winning for the seventh time the
banner given the most efficient Fidelis
Sunday School Class in the state the
college girl's class has an enviable
record. The score of the class was
954 out of a possible 1000 points.
Miss Annie Shelton superintendent
of the College Department; Miss T.
Marchbanks teacher of the class;
Estelle Davis president of the class;
Nancle Mae Winebrenner secretary;
Sammie Gault third president; Elva
Scott Mavoureen Gray and Mary
Kirk were the representatives of the
class at the Sunday School Conven-
tion. The Fidelis Class is one of the best
in the whole Southland. There are no
other classes in the whole country
that has the same record. The class
is another instance where Howard
Payne is supreme.
YEARBOOK PLANS IN
In all the other schools besides How.
ard Payne and Daniel Baker that at-
lenaea tne msfa convention mere is
a definite tax for the Yearbook. In
Louisiana State University there is a
iax oi six dollars for every student.
Why in Howard Payne could we
not levy an additional tax of two dol-
lars every term? The tax could be
placed on the regular blanket tax and
the book would be assured of an In-
come. There would be pictures of
every student in the book. The book
would be larger and more complete.
Think this over and when the time
comes to decide remember that a year
book is an asset to any school and to
any person. Your yearbook will mean
much to you in the future. Make the
most of your opportunities.
to all College students on
We guarantee to please you.
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WHEN we started to make Granger
Rough Cut we knew that fine tobac-
co burnt hot because it burnt so fast. It
kept your pipe hot. You could hardly
hold your pipe in your hand it got so
hot at times.
Then we remembered that some folks
back yonder used to "whittle" their to-
bacco. So we made GRANGER just like
"whittle" tobacco "Rough Cut." It
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also you'll find it never gums the pipe.
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process cut right. It was a question of
how to do it for the price.
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foil pouch instead of an expensive package
knowing that a man can't smoke a package.
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tobacco in a common-sense pouch for 10c.
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long but it has grown to be a popular
smoke. And there is this much about it
we have yet to know of a man who
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